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'Concubine' transcends hype over nudity
Nude scenes in Jung Ji-woo’s “Eungyo” and Im Sang-soo’s “The Taste of Money” recently generated an obscene amount of media frenzy.
'Latin Passion' to be unleashed in Korea
It’s easy to group together the countries of Central and South America as “Latin America” and wrongly suggest that they all share the same culture.
Music galore at Green Plugged Festival
With the Seoul Jazz Festival having kicked off Saturday a truly crowded summer of music, this weekend will see two more outdoor music extravaganzas.
Little women of Korean cinema
No one can dispute that the Korean film industry is flourishing. Investment and return are both on the upside. The sheer number of productions is rising, spawning
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Jung-in (Im Su-jeong), an ideal type of a wife, is beautiful and excellent at doing house chores. However, she has one problem; she cannot stop nagging and complaining at her husband Doo-hyun (Lee Seon-gyun). So he tries to break up with her and eventually hires Sung-gi (Ryu Seong-ryong), a women seducer, to get her to ask for a divorce. Directed by Min Kyu-dong. Runs 121 min...
From child prodigy to virtuoso, no shortcuts
In this age of teenage pop idols, 20-something Silicon Valley millionaires and sports stars who retire before 30, early success and wealth tend to receive all the attention and respect.
Jazz to open summer festival season this weekend
The 2012 Seoul Jazz Festival this weekend kicks off the crowded summer festival season with American big-name artists filling the lineup.
Eric Benet longs to savor moment with audience
Among the most awaited performers at this year’s Seoul Jazz Festival is Eric Benet, the 47-year-old American R&B singer known for hits like “Last Time,” “Sometimes I Cry,” and most of all “Spend My Life with You” featuring Tamia that became a No. 1 hit on the U.S. Billboard R&B chart.
Jihyun named 2nd in command Jogye Order administration
Ven. Jihyun, a respected monk best known for his involvement with the templestay tourist program, was named the new deputy administrative director of the Jogye Order, the nation’s largest, Monday, after the members of the headquarters quit en masse Friday.
College student claims ‘The Voice of Korea‘ throne
Son Seung-yeon, an 18-year-old music student, beat out her competitors to win the first season of the cable TV audition show, “The Voice of Korea,” Friday.
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