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Kim Min-kyung's 'Camouflaged short cut hair + Black glasses'
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June 23, 2014

Running on its third year, the Korean Cultural Center in the Philippines launched the Philippine – Korea Contemporary Arts Exchange Exhibition on May 30. This year’s theme entitled “Coexistence in Asia”…

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A walk through history of Korean Music

June 20, 2014, No comments

I attended the 4th KPop Academy at the Korean Cultural Centre, UK. We looked at the evolution of Korean music through history at one of the sessions ...

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All About Korean Fashion By Sarah Kate Watson-Baik

June 9, 2014, No comments

“I really love the idea of two cultures coming together.” – Sarah Kate Watson-Baik Fashionista, photographer, stylist, fashion teacher, photog ...

Colourful paintings line the streets at Daegu's Bangcheon Market

Art in the Streets: Exploring Daegu’s Bangcheon Market

April 7, 2014, No comments

If you’re travelling in Korea, you’ve gotta get yourself to a traditional market! Filled with every snack and knick-knack you can imagine, the t ...

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    K-Fashion Odyssey Exhibition, London
    March 17, 2014, No comments

    K-Fashion Odyssey Location: Korean Cultural Centre UK Dates: 4 February – 15 March 2014 With London Fashion Week last month seeing Korean designers such as J.JS Lee and Eudon Choi becoming regulars at the biggest …

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    Mail Order Bride
    March 13, 2014, No comments

    Today I want to talk about one of my all time favorite graphic novels. Mail Order Bride by Mark Kalesniko. The story centers around the relationship between the Korean Kyung Seo and the Canadian Monty Wheeler. Monty…

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    Korean Webtoons Revisited 2014
    February 17, 2014, No comments

    Back in 2011, we looked at several of Korea’s most popular webtoons as fun tools to learn Korean. Of course, the continuously popular webtoons from that list are still around: Wara! Store, Interfering with Everyday…

  • The Shakespeare in Busan troupe performing Much Ado About Nothing.
    Guide to English-Language Live Theatre in Korea
    January 15, 2014, No comments

    I love drama. Not the “fight-with-your-best-friend” kind of drama. The other kind. The “sob-loudly-in-public” and the “slap-your-knee-funny” kind of drama. I’m talking theatre. Korea has a long…