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Whenever news from the North makes headlines, the world is hit by a certain nervousness. Especially for those with an interest in Korea, they contact friends and acquaintances via landline or the Internet each time North Korea news breaks, with worries about peace on the Korean Peninsula.
Modern day South Koreans, however, are unexpectedly indifferent about these exchanges. Their somewhat uneager response is due not only to frequent reoccurrences. Also, time has taken away many of those with vivid memories of the Korean War (1950-1953). The younger generation has grown up amid material abundance and is busy living in the present. When asked about reunification, these young people may show no interest in the subject, or even worry about a possible negative aftermath...More
Billy Go runs the Korean language study channel "GO! Billy Korean" on YouTube.
A young American has published a Korean language textbook. He is 29-year-old Billy Go, who runs the YouTube channel "GO! Billy Korean", and gives online lectures about the Korean language.
Billy Go who resides in California recently published "Korean Made Simple" to help non-Koreans learn the Korean language and to answer questions people often ask about Korean. The book contains a grammar section and sample conversations that can assist both beginners and masters alike. The book also has explanations about Korean culture, as well as questions and answers to help readers practice what they've learnt. His friends helped him with editing and illustrations...More
Formats of 'Super Diva', 'Crazy Market', "Yellow Boots", and "Crazy Love" sold to countries in Europe and Latin America
Seoul, Korea (February 20, 2014) - Leading the globalization of Korean entertainment contents beyond Asia, CJ E&M [http://en.cjenm.com], Asia's No.1 Contents Company, announced today that it has sold formats of its audition program Super Diva, quiz program Crazy Market, revenge drama "Yellow Boots", and romance drama "Crazy Love" to partners in Europe and Latin America. The successful deals for formats of these shows reflect CJ E&M's leading and effective push to introduce Korean entertainment contents beyond Asia where they are already massively popular...More
G-Dragon and Taeyang
The friendship between G-Dragon and Taeyang, two members of the boy band Big Bang, has gotten the seal of approval by the popular American entertainment channel Fuse TV.
Fuse published a list of "Music's 17 Greatest Bromances" as part of an early Valentine's Day special, and the K-pop pair made the cut...More
The popular composer and producer known as Brave Brothers said he is going to release an album next year to mark the 10th anniversary of his debut.
The producer, whose real name is Kang Dong-chul, plans to record 10 songs featuring 10 singers, according to his agency, Brave Entertainment...More