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Korean traditional dancers tour India
A Korean dance troupe led by one of the country’s so-called “human treasures” has set off to share local traditions in India this week.
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[61st][Portrait] Yi Mun-yol: stranger than fiction
ICHEON, Gyeonggi Province — Yi Mun-yol had double-booked the interview.
[61st][Portrait] Hwang Byung-ki: keeper of time
He asked for a cigarette break before proceeding with the interview. As Hwang Byung-ki mulled meditatively ...
Films probe experimentalism, human rights
Korea has its fair share of thematic film festivals but a couple of upcoming events will offer moviegoers a unique opportunity to reflect on human rights in North Korea and the spirit of experimentalism in filmmaking.
Concerts, museums and theater
After debuting with his first recital in Korea in 2009 and releasing his first recorded album with Brahms’ Violin Sonatas, violinist Stefan Pi Jackiw is to hold his second recital with the four composer’s pieces of the 20th century. Additionally, he has had a series of engagements with the Chicago Symphony, Toronto Symphony and Rochester Philharmonic. Starting in Busan on Nov...
Marathoner Hwang to wed in December
Marathon runner Hwang Young-jo will tie the knot in early December, the 41-year-old announced to local media Monday.
[61st][Portrait] Hong Hei-kyung: beyond the Met
NEW YORK — Hong Hei-kyung could have walked out of a classic Hollywood film with her slim waistline and perfectly coifed hair — in fact the 52-year-old soprano
Busan to host indie art fest
An independent art festival featuring various performances and events will take place in Busan this weekend.
Jeon explores psychosexuality in ’Pink’
Art house favorite Jeon Soo-il brings yet another slow, stark drama that reveals the grit and beauty of ruins.
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