One of the biggest box-office hits this year "Ode to My Father" will be the first Korean film ever screened at the U.S. Congress.
The screening was organized by U.S. Congressmen Charles Rangel and Ed Royce along with Korean-American communities there and will be shown on June 3 ahead of President Park Geun-hye's visit to the U.S.
The film's director Yoon Je-kyoon will attend the screening...More
Singer and actor Yoo Seung-jun is seen kneeling to apologize at the start of an interview Tuesday night for evading military service in 2002. Serving in the Army for a period of time is mandatory in Korea. [Screen capture from AfreecaTV]
Singer Yoo Seung-jun's career was at its height in the late 1990s and early 2000s. He was seen as a passionate, wholesome and honest guy - until he became Korea's No. 1 enemy overnight in 2002.
That year, the Korean-American singer received U.S. citizenship and ended up avoiding military conscription in Korea. Many Koreans were furious, as Yoo had said publicly that he would serve his duty...More
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And so Jae-hee is down for the count...or is he? Normally I make a point of how proper set-up is important for effective delivery. Here's the problem with this episode's cliffhanger though. The fact that it was obviously foreshadowed only served to make me dread the end of this episode, as well as the next one, because it means that once more "The Girl Who Sees Smells" is going to insist on doing its stupid invincible serial killer shtick right to the end, when Jae-hee is once again foiled less because his opponents are competent and more because the writer turns off Jae-hee's omniscience superpower...More
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2015 51st PaekSang Arts Awards