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Reporter : Park Jin-hai
Mon, February 26, 2024 | 21:06
'Dune: Part Two' actors wear Korean designer Juun.J’s jumpsuits
Two of Hollywood’s fashion icons Zendaya and Timothée Chalamet, wore matching slick leather jumpsuits, gaining a large amount of publicity as part of their promotional activities in Seoul for the blockbuster “Dune: Part Two.”
Jeon Do-yeon returns to stage after 27 years
After a 27-year hiatus from the theater, Cannes-winning actor Jeon Do-yeon will return to the stage, starring in Anton Chekhov's play 'The Cherry Orchard' in June.
Veteran actors draw sold-out crowds for stage plays
Veteran actors aged 80 and over are making waves in the Korean theatrical circle, with their performances drawing sold-out crowds. The enduring appeal and talent of these seasoned performers, who seamlessly transition between the small screen and the stage, have brought plays to new heights of popularity here.
8 overlooked temple gates to be designated as national treasures
A total of eight entry gates, built between the 17th and 18th centuries, to Korea's Buddhist temples, which have been largely overlooked despite their cultural value, will be designated as national treasures, the Cultural Heritage Administration (CHA) said Friday.
Bolshoi ballerina Svetlana Zakharova to dance in Seoul wearing Chanel costumes
Svetlana Zakharova, the Ukrainian-born Russian principal dancer of the Bolshoi Ballet, is set to grace Seoul in Chanel costumes in April.
Son of prolific Korean conductor to lead Italian orchestra
Conductor Chung Min, son of prolific Korean conductor and pianist Chung Myung-whun, who has been following in his father's footsteps, will take the helm of a prestigious Italian orchestra in February.
Pianist Lim Yun-chan invited to Carnegie Hall for 2nd straight year
Pianist Lim Yun-chan, 20, will perform at the prestigious Carnegie Hall in New York City for the second consecutive year, following his highly-anticipated debut on Feb. 21.
'EXIT' tells of hilarious escape from city engulfed by toxic gas
Blockbuster disaster films targeting the peak summer season mostly focus on the tragic, life-threatening moments. However, director Lee Sang-geun's new disaster action film “EXIT” says he strived to inject humor into the genre, allowing audiences to enjoy amusing scenes along with the human moments.
Young YouTuber says she is happiest cancer patient
Cho Yoon-ju, a 30-year-old ovarian cancer patient, says she has had “life or death” surgery twice already. In December, 2011, four months after Cho started working as a lecturer on customer services, she felt excruciating pain in her abdominal area and collapsed several times on the subway. At the hospital for what she thought would be a “minor” procedure, she went through an...
Korean films ready for summer blockbuster season
Upcoming Korean films are fully loaded with diverse genres and star casts, targeting audiences for the summer peak season. From classic period dramas and disaster movies to films about the occult and thrillers, Korean films hiring veteran actors and rising stars will vie fiercely for viewers' attention in the most lucrative season of the year. Traditionally, cinema admissions...
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