TMZ is reporting Kim Jong-un’s mouthpiece called President Barack Obama a “monkey” for forcing Sony to release “The Interview” — and for pulling off a cyber counter attack on North Korea. A spokesperson reportedly belonging to NorthShow More Summary
Korean R&B artist Yoon Mi-Rae's management agency, Feel Ghood Music, announced Friday that it would take legal action against Sony for allegedly using one of her songs in The Interview without permission. The agency said that they only realized that the movie used Yoon's song, "Pay Day," which also features... More »
A Korean music label is unhappy with one of its artists' songs being featured in The Interview and is reportedly taking legal action against the filmmakers over the matter.
Ihaveabsolutelynoideawhat’sbeingsaidinYoonMiRae’ssong“PayDay,”butthecreativeteambehindTheInterviewlikeditsomuchtheydecidedtouseit.Problemis,YoonMiRaeallegesthefilmmakersdidn’tgetherpermissiontousethesong.AccordingtoAllkpop:ArepresenShow More Summary
Sony apparently used copyrighted music in its latest film, “The Interview,” without getting permission from the artist — and without compensating her, either — Torrent Freak reports. The artist's label "will be taking legal action against...Show More Summary
By Juan Cole | (Informed Comment)– North Korea lashed out at President Barack Obama on Saturday, blaming him for the Sony film, “The Interview,” and for the North Korean internet outage, adding…
Accusing the U.S. of shutting down its Internet and angry over the release of the movie The Interview, North Korean officials have resorted to racial stereotyping, comparing President Obama to a monkey, the Associated Press reports.
Hyundai Australia has had a boom 2014 in terms of sales, a year in which it has taken carryover full-importer champion Mazda down to the wire. The Korean company has a pretty sizeable sequence of new and upgraded models arriving in 2015 that it no doubt hopes will maintain the momentum. Hyundai Sonata – February [...]
South Korean hip-hop stars claim that a contract was never signed for their song "Pay Day" read more
Three South Korean workers died Friday after apparently inhaling toxic gas at a construction site for a nuclear plant.
The hermit state has tightened its borders to block the film, as North Koreans are reportedly becoming increasingly curious to watch it read more
More harsh rhetoric from Pyongyang tonight as the North Korean government pins blame for that country's Internet shutdown on the U.S., the Associated Press reports. The state-run Korean Central News Agency said that a spokesman for the...Show More Summary
Korean singer Yoon Mi-Rae has alleged that Sony Pictures Entertainment’s use of her song “Pay Day” in the controversial Seth Rogen comedy The Interview was done without permission. As a result, she will be taking legal action. In a report...Show More Summary
A government official allegedly leaked information about an investigation into former Korean Air Lines executive Cho Hyun-ah.
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Russia has slammed the United States over a raunchy comedy featuring a fictional plot to kill North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Un, saying Pyongyang’s anger was understandable. On Christmas Day, “The Interview” — which has become an unlikely symbol of free speech in the West...
More and more North Koreans are becoming aware of the North Korea-mocking movie “The Interview,” and the government is doing everything to block it from getting smuggled in to the country. According to Free North Korea Radio, an online radio network made by North Korean defectors, demand for “The Interview” has been shooting up among North Koreans. Show More Summary
Samsung and Sony may grab a larger share of the CES fanfare, but don't count LG out. It has quite the annual presence in Las Vegas, too. The Korean company uses the tech industry's January soiree as the backdrop for a wide selection of product reveal...
South Korean filmmakers have long believed that when it comes to depicting North Korea, it's best to use the utmost caution.
Taia Global's Chief Science Advisor Dr. Shlomo Argamon, one of the country's preeminent researchers in authorship analysis and stylometry, led a team that conducted native language identification (NLI) analysis on the 20 messages left by Sony's hackers. Show More Summary