10 Magazine puts eleven of Korea's ski resorts in the spotlight ahead of the upcoming Winter Games, Lonely Planet looks at LG's move to dispatch robots to Korea's airports, the Korea Herald lists various Christmas time promotions and packages, and GMA lists their must-visit places in the capital city, Seoul...More
Find out what passes for "cool" in North Korea, BBC explains why South Korea is the "ideal breeding ground for robots", "Becoming Korean" is a multi-volume work on the history and nature of Korean identity, and get a glimpse into the lives of South Korea's rich kids...More
Meet the photographer who captured Jeju's shamans, enjoy a stunning drone's-eye view of Korea's favourite island, see how a blind artist uses balloons to create unique works of art, and visit Korea's most 'deceptive' museum...More
The time has come for short dramas to shine and today I take a look at two premiering this very weekend. I also share casting news from two others as well as my hope for the future of these and perhaps full length dramas as well. I am also getting busy with dramas again, so bring on all I have time for, Dramaland...More
Get ready for the most exciting life in a cell and I am not being facetious here. "Prison Playbook" is slice-of-prison-life in and out, with its dangers, sorrows, joys, bonding and even a good bit of humor. I was not sure what I was signing myself up for with this, having had no experience with the creators aside from hearing of their OTP baiting in the "Answer Me" dramas. So let us take a look at how they tackle something like this...More
Santa Claus is not the only one coming to town this December, as our bad guys are arriving to clean it of the filth even they are too good for. "Bad Guys: City of Evil" is the spin-off-slash-sequel to OCN hit drama "Bad Guys" and as much as we may miss the old cast, perhaps the latest bad boys will have something good to show for.
Prosecutor Woo Je-moon (Park Joong-hoon) is a man who cares about results more than he does about the legality of the means. He and a team of criminals selected as a new form of law enforcers take on a powerful cartel...More
Ga-yeong (played by Song Ji-hyo) is a slowly aging career woman who spends her free time at a carnival style shooting gallery. Ga-yeong is not actually very good at gun based carnival games, yet keeps trying to win the big prizes anyway. So right away "Drama Stage - The B Manager and the Love Letter" has a pretty good metaphor for Ga-yeong's love life. She is very bad at finding romance, yet persists in trying to do so out of sheer desperation...More
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