At Siggraph Asia, the sky is the limit 2010/12/13, Source,
Seoul in running to host annual 'Academy Awards' of computer graphics, which would be every other year
Computer graphics have come a long way in 30-plus years. It didn't grab all that much attention until "Star Wars Episode IV" made a big splash in 1977. Now, it is a multibillion dollar industry,...More
The changing reality of Korean TV 2010/11/16, Source, 'The public is growing tired of scripted TV. The younger generation craves rawness and interactivity'.
Nam Yong-sub was flipping through TV channels on a wintery day two years ago when supermodel Lee So-ra made him a life-changing offer. "I was eating alone at home. As soon as I saw the commercial for 'Project Runway Korea', I thought finally, this is my chance! I put my chopsticks down and submitted my resume immediately", said Nam, who placed second in the first season of the fashion reality show with Lee So-ra as its host. Project Runway Korea is the Korean version of the original American show, Project Runway, which airs on Bravo.
At the time, Nam, now 31, was an ordinary employee at local fashion brand On&On's development division and was aching to break out on his own and design women's clothing himself. During the show, he was praised for his craftsmanship and pattern-making skills by the show's celebrity judges, including editor in chief of Elle Korea Shin Yoo-jin and fashion designer Kim Seok-won,...More
Downloading the latest film online is so last season.
Korean moviegoers are returning to theaters in droves as 3D films are offering a cinematic experience that cannot be reenacted at home.
Cinema constantly evolves ― color films replaced black-and-whit,...More
Chae Rim in talks to star in Chinese TV series 2010/07/22, Source,
Korean actress Chae Rim [Asia Economic Daily]
Korean actress Chae Rim is highly likely to play the female lead in an upcoming Chinese TV series tentatively titled "Jie Zi Tui".
According to Chae's agency Sidus HQ on Thursday, the actress is currently in the final stage of negotiations to star in the drama, set to air on CCTV (China Central Television) at the end of this year,...More
A situation drama on students of Korea Advanced Science and Technology. The story of love, agony and endless research of the top brains in the field of science. It also presents a role model of a free, creative youth and their professors dictating what education should be. K.A.I.S.T stands for Korea Advanced Institute of Science & Technology.
Subscribe to HanCinema Pure to remove ads (not for episodes) for US$2.99 per month (you can cancel anytime).
The first step is to sign up as a member, please click here : Sign up, then a subscribe button will show.