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Today's Photo: February 8, 2016

Source | 2016/02/08 | | Permalink

Girl group GFriend in hanbok or traditional Korean dress pose for a picture on Sunday ahead of the Lunar New Year's Day...More

Young Illustrator Who Defied the Odds

Source | 2016/02/08 | | Permalink

Wooh Na-young

Wooh Na-young, better known by her pen name Obsidian, has established herself as a well-regarded illustrator with creative interpretations of classics with a modern and Korean twist...More

Traditional Soups for the Lunar New Year

Source | 2016/02/08 | | Permalink

The tradition in Korea is to eat tteokguk or rice cake soup, and manduguk or dumpling soup on Lunar New Year's Day. Eating them is thought to bring good fortune for the following year.

Records of seasonal customs from the 19th century say that to make tteoguk, rice cakes are cut into the shape of coins and put in meat broth. The coin symbolizes prosperity, and the white color of the rice alludes to cleansing...More

[HanCinema's Concert Review] Infinite in New York City

2016/02/07 | | Permalink

A K-pop concert is a very unique concert-going experience. Unlike the many rock, R&B, and classical concerts that I have attended, K-pop concerts have a certain sense of unity amongst fans that is unparalleled. At the Infinite concert at New York City's Playstation Theatre on January 19, 2016 the sense of unity was awesome. It was the last leg of the North American tour and fans had waited for hours and hours in the 17°F weather to make sure that they got up close and personal with their idols.

Infinite is one of the top K-pop acts in Korea and in the world...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Moorim School" Episode 8

2016/02/07 | | Permalink

"Moorim School" is getting heavy into the mystery of who Si-woo and Seon-ah and why they are important to the bad guys. Moreover, it is purposefully vague on who those bad guys may be. Is it the kindly Dean Hwang who watches over his students? Is it the blatantly obvious father of Chi-ang? Maybe it's a combination thereof. In any case, the drama is much more stimulating than it was for the first six episodes. Perhaps it is because the drama was cut down by four episodes and the action needs to be pushed along. This is the pace the drama should've been moving at.

The main intrigue is the building question of what the Chintamani is, why people want it, and what the main characters have to do with it and its retrieval...More

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