Once upon a time in a distant land, there lived an honest logger. His axe was not particularly valuable, for it was old, made of impure metal and was partly rusted, but it served its purpose well. On a regular day just like any other, the logger went up to the mountains and, after finding a nice spot next to a lake, began splitting logs.
A Serendipitous Day
The work must have been strenuous, for the diligent logger quickly tired. "Just a little while longer and I'll take a break", he thought, as his technique began to falter. Fatigue got the better of him, and the logger's hand slipped, sending his tool spiraling into the nearby pond...More
A collection of poetry, "Brother Enemy - Poems of the Korean War", with entries spanning professional writers enlisted into the army through to common soldiers yet all writing about the Korean War, was translated and published in English in 2002.
Sometimes somber, morale-boosting or even showing compassion for the enemy, the poetry tells of the moments just before the war, its start and then its conclusion, all with different perspectives and writing styles...More
Tenor Lim Hyung-joo will host the "Finally & New Start" concert on November 26, the government's officially-declared "culture day" for the month, at the Sejong Center for the Performing Arts in downtown Seoul.
His fifth album, "Finally", was launched in December 2013, his first in eight years. It drew huge amounts of attention, topping both the classical album sales charts and the total sales charts, proving the singer's 17-year long popularity...More
Until the early 20th century, many Korean aristocrats often wrote poetry in classical Chinese characters, including many sijo, a standardized form of poetry.
Chinese versification was regarded as an important discipline for Confucian scholars and it was a channel of communication for academic information and opinions...More
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It took me a moment to realize what the purpose of the writing on the wall was given that Tae-hee and Geum-ran aren't actually aware of the main significant cause of the rift between Kang-joon and Chae-yeon. "Birth of a Beauty" manages to close most of the important information gaps by the end of the episode, so this isn't that big a deal, and for the most part, the plan remains intact. But fractures do appear, which means that the general humiliation of the villains probably isn't going to go on indefinitely...More
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