Korean liquor sommelier Dustin Wessa
Jinjoo Cho, Violinist and Assistant Professor at the Schulich School of Music at McGill University
#Sounds of Korea
Korean shaman rituals called “gut굿” were one of the most popular form of entertainment in the old days. Musicians and shamans played music and sang ...
Sounds of Korea
#Books on Demand
Seo Seong-ran’s “Ladies of No. 504 and No. 604,” published in 2015, is about two women who are neighbors, in apartments Nos. 504 and 604.Readers might ...
Books on Demand
String instruments from the west are largely played by drawing a bow across the strings, like the violin, viola or cello. Such instruments are called ...
Dish of the week : GimbapIn Korea, gimbap, or cooked rice with fillings rolled in laver, is well-known as a representative hansik dish that is usually ...
Dish of the week : SamgyetangSamgyetang is a health food: sam means ginseng while gye is chicken in Chinese characters. A whole young chicken cavity ...
Dish of the week : BulgogiBulgogi is a favorite dish among foreigners visiting Korea. Bulgogi literally means “to barbeque beef directly on fire.”The ...
#Key Business Issue
Korean Air Lines, the country’s largest carrier, will acquire its smaller domestic rival, Asiana Airlines, with support from a government-owned ...
#Power of Businesses
Now it’s time to take a look at a Korean business bringing about changes in the global economy with some new ideas. Today, we’re going to introduce ...
South Korean President Moon Jae-in signed the final agreement on the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership or RCEP at a virtual summit with ...
# Inside North Korea
Korea, Today and Tomorrow
#The Korea Travel Log
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