Actress Jang Nara showed her special appreciation to her fans.
On her official website, a 'live time comment' event was held on the 8th. Jang Nara commented on her fans' posts in live time in celebration of the New Year. This allowed for communication with her fans...More
Lee Su-jin's "Han Gong-ju" @ 24fps...
There are so many films flashing furiously past our eyes nowadays that it's hard to remember some of the devilish details, moments, and ideas from our favourite features. Add to that all the music videos, T.V. series, news broadcasts, digital advertisements, YouTube playlists and gaming, and it might well start to feel like there's an insurmountable backlog of compelling content, and you'd be right (sooner or later). Our lifetime is slowly being replaced by digital dream streams that if we were to watch all the classics, the critically acclaimed, personal recommendations and cultural must-sees, our lives would no longer have a convincing anchor in reality, and screen-time would be our only time...More
K-pop star Jonghyun's "Crazy" music video earned the highest number of views on YouTube, the world's largest video streaming website, in January, according to his agency, SM Entertainment.
Jonghyun, a member of the boy group Shinee, released his first solo album "Base" on Jan. 12...More
Many palaces and folk villages often promise free entrance or discounted admission to people who wear hanbok, or traditional Korean clothing, during national holidays.
But even the promise of freebies can't seem to coax a large number of people to wear the old-style garments out in public.
"Admission is free on the day of Chuseok and Seollal if you wear hanbok, but I don't really see people in hanbok on those days", said a staff member in his 60s who collects tickets at the entrance of Deoksu Palace in Jung District, central Seoul...More
"The Sky" also by Lee. "Buncheong and Beyond" presents about 60 works by Lee Kang-hyo at the Crosspoint Craft Gallery in Yongsan District, central Seoul. Provided by Crosspoint
Korea's buncheong sagi, or buncheong ceramics, are not as famous or as graceful as the blue-green celadon from Goryeo (918-1392) or the milky-white porcelain from the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910)...More