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These Kinetic Sculptures Will Haunt My Dreams Tonight

Video: I know these kinetic sculptures by Korean artist Choe U-Ram will haunt me dreams tonight but, their soft movements and the dramatic lighting hypnotised me, and now I have to watch these videos over and over again. More »     ...

Anthony B. Herbert, key figure in Vietnam war-crimes controversy, dies

Anthony B. Herbert, one of the most highly decorated enlisted men in the Korean War, who later charged his superior officers with covering up war crimes in Vietnam, then sued “60?Minutes” for libel after the CBS news program cast doubt on his story, died June?7, 2014, at a veterans facility in Florence, Colo. He was 84.Read full article >>

US House Committee Votes on Further Sanctions Against North Korea

The Act denies sanctioned North Koreans and those assisting the Pyongyang weapons programs access to the United States and its financial system, as well as targets banks and individuals who facilitate North Korean cyberattacks, proliferation, smuggling and money laundering.

2015 Hyundai Genesis 5.0 [w/video]

The original Hyundai Genesis was a valiant first effort from the Korean automaker. Now back for a second generation, we see how Hyundai worked to improve its efforts at making a well-appointed, good-driving luxury sedan. Continue reading...Show More Summary

Samsung's US division was so successful that the Korean bosses investigated and humiliated them

Driven by huge smartphone sales and clever marketing, Samsung's mobile division enjoyed a spectacular two-year run from the end of 2011 through 2013. But things changed last year. The company's profits started tanking, which it blamed on increased competition from other smartphone makers. Show More Summary

Adultery No Longer a Crime in South Korea

South Korea's Constitutional Court on Thursday struck down a 62-year-old law that made adultery an offense punishable by up to two years in prison. An estimated 53,000 South Koreans have been indicted under the law since the authorities began keeping count in 1985. Show More Summary

After South Korea legalizes adultery, stock value of condom manufacturer spikes

yesterdayNews : BlogPost

For the last 62 years, South Koreans could face up to two years in prison if they were found guilty of adultery. On Thursday, the country's Constitutional Court finally struck down the ban on extramarital sex which dates back to 1953. “It should be left to the free will and love of people to decide whether to maintain […]

Flashback Friday: Backyard Banjo Buddies

From Pinterest: no other historical deets available. A Smedley spot. Welcome to Flashback Friday! Coming up shortly: a Talking Cat from The Big J (honest,) a South Korean Sheep Café (honest) and…the return of Nudibranchs!Filed under: Uncategorized Tagged: Flashback Friday

9 Secondary Anime Characters Who Save the Day More Often Than the Hero

yesterdayHumor : Topless Robot

So, you're a main character in a new anime. Fresh from the South Korean animation studios and swimming in an ocean of hype, you're ready for it all: the fame, the fortune, the fan fiction. You s...

South Korean Fish Harvest Increases As Radiation Fears Abate

Fish harvesting near the radioactive waters of Fukushima increased to 3.32 million tons in 2014, 190 thousand tons more than the previous year.

MUNCHIES Presents: Korean Spanish Opera

Berlin's Kochu Karu—a Spanish-Korean fusion restaurant—is host to a very special event: the "Singmahl," a multi-course meal where each dish is accompanied by live opera music.

Scandal at Microsoft: a $22,000 expenses bill in South Korean Hostess Bars and the now former managers who questioned it

Two managers say they were forced out of their jobs at Microsoft after they questioned a $22,000 expenses claim that they believed could have partly been to pay for sexual services at a hostess bars in South Korea, it was … Continue reading ?

Opera House Boss Resigns After 53 Days On The Job

Ye-jin (Regina) Han, a 44-year-old soprano, faced opposition from the day she was appointed general director of the Korean National Opera: local organizations argued that she lacked the experience and qualifications to lead the country’s flagship company. Han’s departure comes two months after the CEO of the Seoul Philharmonic was forced to resign following the […]

Watch These Korean Gals Get All Hot And Bothered While Watching ‘Magic Mike’

WebroughtyouanicelittleclipfeaturingsomeKoreangirlstryingoutAmericansnacks lastmonthandtheresponsewasfavorable.Ithadit’slulls,butreallyturneditaroundbytheend.Nowthey’rebacktogivetheirthoughtsonanotherAmericanexport:ChanningTatum.NamelyhisshowcaseinMagicMike anditsupcomingsequel.

Korean condom-maker's stocks get hard after national adultery ban lift.

yesterdayHumor / odd : Happy Place

Time to diversify your cock portfolio. Someone's excited. (It's this chart.) (via Google Finance) Earlier today, South Korea's highest court struck down the country's adultery ban, which had been on the books since 1953. The ruling is...Show More Summary

Design Indaba 2015: Day Two

Day two of Cape Town creative conference Design Indaba featured talks from Nando's founder Robbie Brozin, G-Star brand director Shubhankar Ray and Roy Choi, founder of Los Angeles-based Korean food truck, Kogi.

Distrust between US and Korean offices reportedly to blame for Samsung's mobile stumbles

According to a recent report out of Business Insider, the success of Samsung's "Next Big Thing" campaign caused distrust between the company's U.S. and Korean branches back in 2012, resulting in strained relations and slip-ups in the company's bid for success in regions outside of the United States.

Why a N. Korea Company Renamed 93% of Its Ships

A North Korean shipping company has renamed 13 of its 14 ships, and there's a devious reason why, according to a new UN report. Ocean Maritime Management was last year blacklisted by the UN Security Council following a 2013 discovery of two fighter jets (among other things) hidden under a...

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