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Artist finds a treasure trove in trash

Source | 2015/02/28 | | Permalink

Oh Dae-ho, a junk artist, works on a robot 3 meters (10 feet) tall at his junk art gallery in Eumseong County, North Chungcheong. The robot is made out of industrial waste such as old motorcycle parts. By PARK SANG-MOON

EUMSEONG, North Chungcheong - In this place, every kind of creature exists: Children are created with screws and ball-bearings, a dog is brought to life with welding spikes, a snail is made by layering winnowing fans.

Heungbu and Nolbu, the protagonists of a famous Korean folk tale, and a mantis made from circuit boards are installed on its back. But among the best sculptures in this workshop, the robots - those tiny and huge - are most eye-catching...More

Gov't to verify whether movable type is oldest in the world

Source | 2015/02/28 | | Permalink

Antique dealer Kim Jong-chun has claimed that Jeungdogaja is the world's oldest form of movable metal type. [JoongAng Ilbo]

A debate that emerged several years ago among Korean historians has been thrust into the spotlight again recently...More

Palace museum's Joseon-era kings get upgrade

Source | 2015/02/28 | | Permalink

At the renovated National Palace Museum of Korea, visitors can get a glimpse into the inside of Seonwonjeon in Changdeok Palace where ancestral portraits are kept. Provided by the museum

Where do you go in Korea if you want to see a real royal throne, an official portrait of a king, a queen's palanquin and a pot containing a king's placenta and umbilical cord?...More

From cartoonist to amateur TV cook

Source | 2015/02/28 | | Permalink

Web cartoonist Kim Poong majored in animation. By Kwon Hyuk-jae

Koreans love food. They are so passionate about it that one of the most well-known idioms in the country is, "A loaf of bread is better than the song of many birds".

Amid the numerous cooking- and dining-centered TV programs, the relatively new "Please Take Care of My Refrigerator" from JTBC has stood out for being fresh and interesting. In each episode, the six chefs on the show literally bring a refrigerator from a guest's house into the studio then compete to create a dish using only the ingredients in the refrigerator in 15 minutes...More

Recipes for you and your fridge: "Ohsundosun"

Source | 2015/02/28 | | Permalink

For anyone who's tired of eating leftovers from the Lunar New Year holidays, here are some quick and easy recipes by chefs starring on JTBC's "Please Take Care of My Refrigerator", which have received great reviews from many followers of the program...More

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