Staff members of "It's Okay, That's Love" threw a surprise birthday party during filming for the ongoing SBS drama's lead actor, Jo In-Seong.
For the actor, whose birthday fell on July 28, the set's staff prepared a video put together with footage from the drama and played it right at midnight in celebration...More
Bernard Park, winner of survival audition program "K-Pop Star 3" on broadcaster SBS, will hold a performance in Seoul.
He will be a special guest in "2014 JYP Nation-One Mic", a concert that will host performances by many K-pop stars affiliated with the music agency JYP Entertainment...More
SM Entertainment, home to many popular K-pop groups such as Girls' Generation, Super Junior and Exo, is introducing a new girl group named Red Velvet.
Red Velvet will have four members: Seul-ki, Irene, Wendy and Joy...More
From left to right: Jeong Jae-yeob, Ahn Oh-jun and Tak Eui-seong in their furniture cafe in Cheongdam-dong, southern Seoul. By Kim Kyeong-rok
Middle-aged Korean women may single-handedly be contributing to the success of multiple retailers and fashion lines. This demographic has a reputation for being savvy shoppers as well as avid fans of dramas.
They are quick to find out what kind of handbag their favorite character was carrying or what type of table the most popular fictional family had in their dining room...More
A researcher at the National Library of Korea, right, points on Monday to a Haeyu document from the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). The paper, made in 1784, lists the inventory from the military base in North Hamgyeong, which includes weaponry, food and other items. [JoongAng Ilbo]
Just as outgoing government officials and corporate employees leave an itemized document for their replacements listing their responsibilities, so too did workers during the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910).
On Monday, the National Library of Korea released an original copy of a haeyu document, a record made by an outgoing worker to a newcomer to ensure a smooth transition...More