The Seoul Arts Center is known for hosting prized musicians and presenting some of the finest musical performances in Korea. This time, the one that piqued my curiosity was Marc Chagall, a Jewish artist of Russian and French descent born in Belarus.
The Korean War is a fresh piece of history for Koreans that only adds a chapter each day. As such, this 65-year-old frozen conflict has been the subject of various forms of media, with the film industry carving out an entire genre for itself.
Cinematic universes are like mankind’s search for a maritime route to India. People just found the amazing spice of cinematic universes, and now producers and directors are racing to find the sea route that will be their Cape Route.
The Miracles of the Namiya General Store revolves around the concept of “guidance”. In the novel, there is no protagonist, antagonist, or a deus ex machina. All the characters rely on others to guide them through their paths.
Imagine a life without any light — nothing but darkness. It is a reality that most of us will never experience, but it is something that we can experience through an exhibition — Dialogue in the Dark.
During this winter, the streets were full of black, caterpillar-shaped coats, a trend that presumably started from the sale of the affordable yet extremely warm coats by Lotte Department stores as Olympic souvenirs.
An unprecedented music show premiered on JTBC this time last year, calling for singers of a different type as compared to those of existing shows. Named Phantom Singer, the show was the first to feature the crossover genre.
The 17th addition to the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU), Thor: Ragnarok, which is also the third of its series, was released a few weeks ago but is still showing in theaters. As moviegoers of all ages have flooded the cinemas to celebrate the latest attachment to the franchise, it is obvious that the popularity of Marvel heroes has yet to recede in Korea.