Make your own gochujang in record time with Kimchimari, Beyond Kimchee has a stunning seafood dish to try at home, get an update about the state of Korea's "craft beer fever", and is one of Korea's top dog meat markets on its way out?...More
Take a walk on the wild side along the DMZ, discover Korea's golfing culture and its exclusive courses, 10 Magazine has some tips for souvenirs for friends and family back home, and take note of these exciting upcoming festivals and events with the Korea Herald...More
Go with Grace into the heart of Korea's underground beauty scene, K-pop stars feel the pressure from trying relationships with China, traditional Korean wrestling (ssireum) is fighting to stay standing, and is the hanbok underappreciated on the world stage?...More
Long-lost seals from Korea's Joseon era returned, nurture your creative nature in Korea with these 8 hands-on activities, see some beautiful tattoos where ink is still taboo, and Jeju's "woman of the sea" are beautiful living treasures...More
"Strong Woman Do Bong-soon" takes many a viewer's wish for stronger female leads and translates it very literally. Aside from the super-human strength possessed by our heroine and a criminal element, this plays out like a typical romantic comedy. We have crushes, jealousy, male territoriality and many familiar plot devices and character types. This is not a particularly feminist work yet, but it lightly touches upon some interesting topics...More
Dae-ho (played by Ko Soo) is a reporter with legal troubles who struggles to make time for family. Then, one day at the amusement park, Dae-ho loses something very precious to him and is haunted by nightmares, slowly being driven mad. That is, until he learns about neurology researcher So-hyeon (played by Kang Hye-jeong), who is working to unlock the power of the "Lucid Dream" to reconstruct in fuller detail the mysteries of the subconscious...More
In the first few scenes of "Recording", Yeon-hee (played by Kim Hye-yeon-I) introduces the basics of the premise. Some very stupid puns are made about Yeon-hee's aspirations in life, and also about the name of her boyfriend Min-cheol (played by Choi Hyun-woo-I). Then we meet the third wheel of their relationship, Min-cheol's best friend and aspiring film director Woo-seok (played by Seo Jin-won-III), who has questionable taste in t-shirts. Then, finally the premise hits you. Yeon-hee is dying and "Recording" is the last commemoration of her life...More
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