You can never really prepare yourself for some surprises, but "Black" has at least been kind enough to set so much up for itself that anyone would see the inevitable cutting of corners happen. We confirm a lot of things in this episode and some are great to find out, but we also learn of possible truths that do not seem to fit quite as imagined. The same goes for the romance, which never stood a chance...More
No foreseeable change to Korea's male-centric thriller formula, Marvel's "Thor: Ragnarok" and DC's "Justice League" go head to head in KoBiz's latest infographic, Pierce Conran reviews Hwang Dong-hyuk's "The Fortress" on Modern Korean Cinema, and Christopher Weatherspoon previews four of the biggest films hitting Korea's screens this month...More
Sue's latest recipe for My Korean Kitchen is coleslaw with a spicy kicker, Cheat Sheet researches the foods you won't find in stores nationwide in North Korea, Rappler has a quick guide to eating out and about in Seoul, and find out what South Korean prisoners eat for breakfast, lunch and dinner...More
A team of journalists list their favourite places to visit in Seoul, CBS puts Gangwon in the spotlight ahead of the Winter Games, Korea Expose reports on a more authentic travel experience, and 10 Magazine features information about the medical tourism company Medihealy...More
Benjamin Haas explores Korea's sexual revolution for The Guardian, a hand-illustrated children's book brings kimchi into the family, Korea Expose looks at Korea's anti-graft laws one year on, and find out what topics Koreans were rushing to read about in 2017...More
Soyoun Kim has some innovative ideas about a communal space for both North and South Koreans along the DMZ, the Blind Date art fair downplays authorship for appreciation, Vogue delights at the Couture Korea exhibition at San Francisco Asian Art Museum, and see what the new memorial and monumental park in Samcheok could look like if these winning designers get their wish...More
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We are officially in Christmas month and this means that we can consider everything a present and feel so very coddled. Today I look at the lovely selection of diverse dramas coming out next week and share new goodies from dramas we will be seeing shortly. I am ready for my drama presents and I hope we get a lot of good shows...More
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