Explore the "strange and unfamiliar" world of North Korean children's cartoons, Hong Sang-soo's "On the Beach at Night Alone" reviewed on The Los Angeles Times, KoBiz's latest infographic tracks the most successful documentaries in Korea compared to the United States, and Pierce Conran thinks Ma Dong-seok's performance in the sleeper hit "The Outlaws" is his best yet...More
Food & Wine tracks Seoul's 'craft cocktail renaissance', learn how to make 15 Korean foods that will impress your guests with My Korean Kitchen, Korean cooking classes for foreigners are on the rise, and did UK celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay have 'beer goggles' on when he promoted Korea's number one brew?...More
Minty Clinch explores the charms of Pyeongchang ahead of the Winter Games, get a glimpse of an abandoned theme park in Seoul on Atlas Obscura, Jamsil residents support tourists with massive volunteer programme to help with translations, and a sci-fi themed promotional video for the upcoming 2018 Winter Games turns heads...More
Korean Manhwas invade North America, The New York Times explores the connection between weddings and watches in modern Korean culture, emeritus professor Kim Seong-kon reflects on the moral message in Yeon Sang-ho's "Train to Busan", and Raphael Rashid checks the pulse of Korea's LGBT community four years after a landmark ceremony...More
Photographer Han Youngsoo captured the country at the beginning of its 'age of prosperity', 10 Magazine looks at Seoul's cutest 'hype babies'/budding fashionistas, the poet Ko Un's library has been reproduced and is now on display in the capital, and browse 63 photographs of street art from all around Korea...More
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The puzzle of the past is slowly coming together in "Black" and with Man-ho nearly cornered, the true villain behind it all should be making their grand entrance soon. Ha-ram's fate is unknown, but new clues hint at more powers than seeing the shadows of death. Many different characters and clues come together in what may not be as coincidental a twist of fate as we imagined after all...More
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It has been a week filled with all manner of family as this year and the beginning of the next bring us different types of works on the theme. "Miracle That We Met" is a body-swapping story of a person with two families and I am intrigued by the premise. "The Most Beautiful Goodbye" is closing in and "Mother - Drama" has my attention...More
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