Olympics: The Korean Team 2012/07/14, Source,
Most Brits at the moment are probably getting a bit fed up of all the Olympic hype and dreading the overcrowding, the commuter hell and basically forgetting what the Olympics is really about. But don't lose interest just yet. The Olympics is a moment where all the world's eyes will be on our great country and it will see great athletes from all around the world gather together. Ever since the unexpected success of South Korea in the 2002 World cup and with Yuna Kim becoming an international house hold name as one of the top skaters in the world, South Korea has slowly yet gradually showed the world that their athletes are not to be underestimated. No doubt the London 2012 Olympics will be one of the most exciting events of the year. Let's take a look at some of the South Korean team members and find out a bit more about the South Korean Olympic team!,...More
Triumph at Last: a Korean-American Life 2012/06/17, Source,
The cover of "Triumph at Last: A Korean-American Life" by Steven Soo Hyun Kim
From hungry boy to respected businessman By Rachel Lee Everyone's journey through life is different. Some people find themselves going off the rails and heading in the wrong direction whether they want to or not. Despite the suffering caused by difficult circumstances, those who never give up and fight on against adversity eventually become successful,...More
U-KISS Sets New Milestone with Bogota Show 2012/05/14, Source,
On Saturday (local time), boy band U-Kiss became not just the first Korean but the first Asian band to perform at Los 40 Principales, Colombia's largest music festival, sending 50,000 spectators into a wild frenzy at Simon Bolivar Park in Bogota,...More
U-Kiss grows up after six months away in Japan 2012/05/01, Source, Back at home, seven members say increasing sex appeal is the next goal
The seven members of boy band U-Kiss had to adapt to new foods and a new language during their six-month stay in Japan, but the hard work paid off, as it often does for Korean performers there. U-Kiss' first album released in Japan, "A Shared Dream", and the EP "Forbidden Love" landed in the No. 2 and No. 5 spots on Oricon's weekly chart, respectively, and the band successfully completed their first tour of Japan in March. But in the fast-paced world of K-pop where dozens of groups come and go in a flash, six months can seem like a lifetime, and fans can grow impatient with their favorite stars,...More
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