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'Salt Tour' penalized for gender insensitivity
Cable channel tvN's reality travel show “Salt Tour” has been heavily penalized by the communications watchdog for gender insensitivity.
American Lindblom named Korea's best pitcher of 2018
Doosan Bears' American pitcher Josh Lindblom was voted Korea's best pitcher of the year, Tuesday, the first foreigner to receive the award.
JYJ member Kim Jun-su discharged from military
K-pop and musical icon Kim Jun-su, 31, also known by his stage name Junsu, was discharged from mandatory military service, Monday. The member of K-pop trio JYJ was discharged from Gyeonggi Nambu Provincial Police Agency, where he served as a public worker in substitution for his military service.
Godfather of Korean film Shin dies of lung cancer
Actor Shin Sung-il died of lung cancer Sunday. He was 81. Widely regarded as the “godfather” of Korea film, he was considered a legendary figure in the Korean film industry as he witnessed the rise of the industry and played a key role in it. He also served as a national legislator in the early 2000s, in his efforts to support the Korean movie industry.
'K-fashion can go global with K-pop'
Global fashion houses have one thing in common -- they do have a fashion statement.
Korean-American artisan's enthusiasm for gourmet cheese never wears thin
Korean-American cheesemaker Soyoung Scanlan, better known in Korea by her maiden name Kim So-young, is one of the top-notch cheese artisans in the United States.
Era of digital content creators
Digital content creators from 30 countries and industry experts in beauty, food and beverages will gather in the Songdo Convensia exhibition hall near the port city of Incheon this weekend.
Baek ends month-long makgeolli controversy
Celebrity chef and eatery franchise owner Baek Jong-won opened up about a controversy over makgeolli that erupted earlier in October after food columnist Hwang Kyo-ik raised questions about Baek's statements. In a radio interview Tuesday, Baek, 52, said he has no intention to argue with critics and rather would respect their views.
Late bloomer wins best actor award for spy film
Veteran actor Lee Sung-min, 49, won the Best Actor Award at the Grand Bells Awards - better known to the Korean public as Daejong Film Awards - on Monday for his performance in the critically acclaimed film “The Spy Gone North.”
Actor explains fascination with military gear
Actor Jung Chan, well-known for his rich yet sweet on-screen appearances, revealed his lesser-known expertise - he's an enthusiast of military goods.
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