South Korean R&B Singer Jung Yuri Brings Crowd on with "You can Do It" 2012/10/12, Source, By June Low Staff Writer
Singer Jung Yuri (left) engaging in a conversation with comedian Jeong Jong-Chul (center) and singer Mr. Hong Kyung-min, who serves as emcee for Yuri's concert held at Riverside Hotel in Seoul on Oct. 3, 2012.
South Korean R&B singer Ms. Jung Yuri ( in Korean) held a gala concert at the Riverside Hotel on Oct. 3, 2012 to launch a showcase on the Healing Collaboration program.
The gala concert was attended by distinguished guests, artistes, local singers and entertainers, and foreign envoys serving in Seoul,...More
Art and Culture 2012/10/03, Source, It's Wednesday, which means it's celebrity news time with our Michelle Kim and as always, she brings us all the latest from Hollywood and beyond. Hello Michelle [Reporter : ] Hello Conn-young So what are you going to tell us about first[Reporter : ] To start us off this Wednesday, I have the scoop on the next host for the Oscars, the latest James Bond theme song, Glamour U.K'.s Sexiest Men cover model, and more. Take a look. "Family Guy" creator Seth Macfarlane has been tapped to host the 85th annual Academy Awards, which will air on February 24th. This will be his first outing as the Oscar MC. Adele fans, listen up: After months of rumors, the singer confirmed on Monday that she had recorded the theme song for the new James Bond film "Skyfall". and posted a picture of the sheet music for the song on her Twitter page,...More
Art and Culture 2012/09/18, Source, It's now time for our daily arts and culture segment with Michelle Kim. Today, she'll introduce us to two performances currently on stage in Korea and give us some news about Angelina Jolie. Hello Michelle [Reporter : ] Hello Conn-young So let's start with the performances. What can you tell us about them
[Reporter : ] The National Dance Company of Korea is presenting an encore production of its popular show "Madame Domi", which won rave reviews from critics overseas when it was first staged 20 years ago. The other show is a musical about monks in the Silla Dynasty. Passion, jealousy and betrayal intertwine in a dance play called "Madame Domi" that is being presented at the National Theater of Korea until tomorrow, September 19th. The show, which mixes the traditional Korean dance style of salpuri with beautiful staging and elegant costumes. It was first performed in Los Angeles in 1984 during the Summer Olympics and has since been presented around 200 times,...More
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