In an old pension house, a ghost (Kim Ki-beom) wanders around waiting for his dead lover. One day, a curious girl Jini (Hwang Bo-ra) decides to reopen the pension and meets the ghost. As Jini slowly f... More
Tourists Flock to East Sea Fisheries for Fresh Seafood 2011/10/17, Source, As one of the major harbors on the east coast, Jumunjin, located in the northeastern city of Gangneung in Gangwon Province is home to more than 3-hundred fishing vessels. Fishing boats return to port every morning to have their catch put up for auction upon arrival before being shipped directly to restaurants and retailers across Korea. The eastern fishery boasts a wide range of fish from mackerel to crab and octopus,...More
Actor joins effort to find missing Japanese 2011/01/21, Source, Ryoo Si-won has taken a personal interest in the search for a Japanese woman who disappeared after coming to Korea last year. By Kang Jun-hyun
When actor-singer Ryoo Si-won learned of the disappearance of Eriko Tanahashi, a Japanese woman who disappeared without a trace in Korea more than a year ago, he was as struck as if she were a member of his family,...More
Japanese disappears in Korean Wave 2010/12/30, Source, After Eriko Tanahashi's husband died in 2005, the 58-year-old mother of three got swept up in the Korean hallyu, or wave, of television soap operas and other cultural exports.
Avatar leads domestic box office for seventh week 2010/02/01, Source, Scene from No. 1 movie "Avatar" [20th Century Fox]
Worldwide box office champ "Avatar" continued to set new highs on Korea's box office, becoming the highest grossing film ever released in the country as it topped the tally for the seventh weekend in a row.
According to estimates by the Korean Box Office Information System (KOBIS) on Monday, "Avatar" sold 545,323 tickets between January 29 and 31 to accumulate nearly 11.27 million admissions since its release mid-December.
In cash terms, the sci-fi epic grossed about 101.2 billion won, or about 86.2 million dollars, to become the first film released on the domestic box office to breach the 100 billion won mark.,...More
In an old pension house, a ghost (Kim Ki-beom) wanders around waiting for his dead lover. One day, a curious girl Jini (Hwang Bo-ra) decides to reopen the pension and meets the ghost. As Jini slowly falls in love, she tries to help the ghost let go of his old lover.
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