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Mostly Phil embarks on Beethoven journey
The Mostly Philharmonic Orchestra (MPO), a privately-run ensemble that specializes in classical and pop pieces, started a three-part Beethoven series on Thursday.
| 2012-05-13 14:39
Traveling light, a cappella groups take songs to provinces
A cappella singers have a distinct advantage over fellow musicians when they tour. Performing without instruments, and therefore light on luggage, they can break into tune on any street corner or city plaza. They can also travel more easily to remote corners of the world.
| 2012-05-08 15:07
White club ‘monster‘ hits Asia
Organizers say it is like no other music festival or mega club. Along with world-famous DJs spinning the turntables, Cirque de Soleil-like theatrics with acrobatic dancers flying around on harnesses and larger-than-life stage props enliven the ecstatic partiers.
K-dramas & Shows
| 2012-05-06 16:32
Lee Eun-mi to emcee 2nd ‘I‘m a Singer‘
Female pop singer Lee Eun-mi will host the second season of MBC’s hit audition show “I’m a Singer,” the broadcaster announced Thursday.
SHINee keep changing for fans
When the five members of SHINee (pronounced SHY-nee) sat down for an interview with The Korea Times, Onew, Jonghyun, Key, Minho and Taemin sacrificed a much-need break before a live performance.
K-dramas & Shows
| 2012-05-01 16:10
Gaga‘s tour playful but not shocking
Thanks to the government’s controversial adult rating, Lady Gaga’s “Born This Way Ball” was expected to be substantially provocative. But nothing from the Friday evening seemed to justify the fuss.
| 2012-04-29 16:44
Define ‘good shoe‘
Towards the end of a lunch break, honest people in this country are often reduced to a circus-like activity. Huddled up in front of restaurant exits, they frantically search for their shoes on the floor or on the shelves and then battle for the few shoehorns of the house.
| 2012-04-26 16:06
‘G.I. Joe: Retaliation‘ bests original
For one of the country’s biggest stars, Lee Byung-hun was surprisingly — even excessively — modest.
| 2012-04-25 17:57
Speak out, Lady!
That parental discretion is necessary for children’s choice of entertainment is accepted worldwide, with differences in the level of enforcement.
| 2012-04-23 18:31
Choshinsung DVD tops Oricon weekly chart
Another Korean boy band is making inroads in the world’s second largest music market, Japan.
Owners of unregistered dogs to face fines from October
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