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S.Korea Sends Gift of Tangerines to Kim Jong-un

Source | 2018/11/18 | Permalink

Boxes of tangerines are loaded on an Air Force cargo plane at Jeju International Airport on Sunday.

South Korea is sending 20,000 boxes of tangerines to North Korea in return for a gift of pine mushrooms from North Korean leader Kim Jong-un in September...More

1/4 of Teenagers Eat Junk Food Every Other Day

Source | 2018/11/18 | Permalink

One in four middle or high school students in Korea eats junk food in convenience stores three times a week or more...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Feel Good To Die" Episodes 7-8

2018/11/17 | Permalink

There is always a flow to an ebb, and several of the "Feel Good To Die" characters get to experience new consequences to their actions, while more trouble is brewing. If you thought we had enough antagonists, think again, because our fourth lead is here, and she brings terrible intentions with her. What is more exciting, however, is that another person finally joins Roo-da in her journey through finicky time...More

[Orion's Drama News] Love Doesn't Hurt, but Dramas Do

2018/11/17 | Permalink

Prepare for fear, love and sadness in all forms, because we need a good scare and a good cry once in a while. Or, in the case of this upcoming week, a good scare and a good cry several times in seven days. Join me in picking your poison, or splurge on several...More

[HanCinema's Film Review] "Rikidozan"

2018/11/17 | Permalink

Sin-rak (played by Sol Kyung-gu) was just a kid on a farm in Korea during the thirties, until circumstances conspire to send him to Japan during the forties and begin a career as a sumo wrestler. While Sin-rak had an excellent physique and a fair amount of talent, ultimately, he lacked discipline. Well, as an ethnically Korean man living in Japan Sin-rak also had to contend with racism. But in the end Sin-rak's personality, an odd mix of quick temper coupled with excessive theatricality, proved a better fit for a far more eccentric sort of athletic career...More

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