[Photos] Added poster for the upcoming Korean movie "Set Me Free"
Added poster for the upcoming Korean movie "Set Me Free",...More
KOREA ARTIST PRIZE 2014
MMCA Gwacheon, Gyeonggi
To Nov. 9: "Korea Artist Prize" features the four candidates - Koo Donghee, Kim Shinil, Noh Suntag and Chang Jia - of the Korea Artist Prize, which is co-sponsored by the MMCA and the SBS Foundation.
The museum announced that Noh was chosen as the prize winner last week. Noh presents photos of people taking photos amid street demonstrations, questioning photography's power and limitations as a tool to reflect and change society...More
Shin Sang-ho poses before his installation "Surface 'n Beyond", which is now on display at the Kumho Museum of Art in central Seoul as part of the ceramic artist's solo exhibition "Vicissitude of Things". Provided by the museum
In an ambitious feat, Shin Sang-ho, 67, a pioneer of Korea's fine-art ceramics scene for decades, is simultaneously holding three solo exhibitions - one in a museum and two in commercial galleries.
Ceramics are often described as the art of earth and fire. But for many people, the word merely conjures up images of containers...More
The Korean government is promoting Tourism Week, which runs from Sept. 25 to Oct. 5, in order to encourage a boost in the local tourism industry. Mount Mudeung in Gwangju, above, is one of the many destinations it recommends, along with the German Village, top right, in Namhae, South Gyeongsang, and the Park Soo Keun Museum in Yanggu, Gangwon, bottom right.Provided by the Korea Tourism Organization
With its breezy fall weather, changing leaves and two national holidays, October is the perfect time to take a trip in Korea.
The major discounts given by train and bus operators, hotels, resorts, restaurants and shops during this period will give travelers even more reason to go on a quick domestic getaway...More
Dangun Wanggeom Special Stamp issued in 2008 (Image courtesy of the Korea Post)
One of the first stories Korean children come across in life usually include the great founding myths of the ancient Korean nations of Gojoseon, Buyeo, Goguryeo, Balhae, Silla and Baekje, who's people once roamed across lands covering much of Manchuria and the Korean Peninsula.
Before the time of the commonly-called Three Kingdom's period of Goguryeo, Baekje and Silla (57 B.C.-A.D. 935), the first known country on the Korean Peninsula was Gojoseon (c. 2333 B.C.-108 B.C.). Continuing onward, while Buyeo, Gogurye, Baekje and Balhae share a common hereditary line, the standalone Silla has a founding story that is also well known among Korean history aficionados, individuals who might take an interest in a special series of stamps...More
Summer has arrived, and with it, thoughts of ice cream, ice-cold drinks and exulting under a spray of cool water. In Korea, however, locals embrace a more unorthodox approach: Food that makes you sweat away the hots. One American expat abandons her misgivings, heads off to a chicken broth restaurant and fights fire with fire.
All of the signs are here; long days, warm air and humid nights. Summer has, once again, found the Korean peninsula and as I sweat, live and struggle to breathe, I am searching for my own piece of siwonhada to ease the pains of summer. Siwonhada is a Korean term bearing similarity to the English expression "cool". That is, in a literal and figurative sense, as well as an internal feeling of revitalization and refreshment. So, on my quest for summer coolness I promised myself I would try anything at least once, in hopes of banishing the heat and reaching a new level of "cool"...More
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