Go here for our live chat with Park Ji Woo, the author of the harrowing "How I Escaped North Korea." She'll be answering questions for the next hour. Read more...
Park Ji Woo was born in North Korea and escaped with her mother when she was 9 years old. Today Park is 24 and lives in New York City where she studies English. Her column about life as a North Korean defector living in New York City will appear on NKNews.org. Read more...
Check out what was tweeted out by Nintendo of Korea concerning TV personality Eun Ji Park... "She should have just stayed as a TV Meteorologist. Getting all the work done on her face like that. How come a brainless bitch like you gets...Show More Summary
Nintendo of Korea is in hot water after its Twitter account insulted TV weather reporter Eun Ji Park. A mystery representative of the company criticized Park's growing fame, suggesting her looks were responsible for her popularity and calling her a "brainless bitch." "She should have just stayed as a TV Meteorologist. Show More Summary
Daniel Tse spotted this sign in Seoul recently: The Korean says: juchageumji ???? = ???? = No Parking This is from Japanese: ch?sha kinshi ???? In Mandarin, for "No Parking", it would be more common to write one of the following: jìnzh? tíngch? ???? bùdé tíngch? ???? bù zh?n tíngch? ???? In Cantonese, this would be expressed as bat1 zeon2 paak3 [...]
For every overrated hack like Nani, there have been underrated, consummate professionals like Ji -Sung Park who go about their job quietly and with passion, giving nothing less than 100% in matches. Yet these individuals are constantly overlooked in favor of the more flamboyant players. Show More Summary
Queens Park Rangers are flying under the radar this summer in the transfer market, but they have already made a huge splash by signing six Premier League veterans. The latest of those six came to the club on Monday, as Park Ji -Sung signed from Manchester United. Show More Summary
Three Lung Park. For more on the man who invented incessant running, a three part documentary done by a South Korean broadcasting company. Here, here, and here. Turn CC on for the English translation....
An unsung gem and a trailblazer for Asian footballers The hardest working player in the business has a new home at Loftus Road. He will be missed at Old Trafford where for seven years he could be depended on...
Manchester United’s Park Ji Sung has admitted that Shinji Kagawa will be a success at the club and expects the midfielder to make an impact at the club from his very first day on the job. United went on to seal the transfer of the midfielder from Borussia Dortmund earlier in the transfer window. Show More Summary
• Trailer Park: GAME OF THRONES season 2. • May The Odds Be Forever In His Favor: CW selects 10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU STAR Ethan Peck. • WALKING DEAD Scoop: David Morrissey joins season 3 cast as [Spoiler Alert!] • Laugh Break: Jimmy Kimmel Unveils Star-Studded ‘Movie’ Trailer, Pitches Oprah Ideas For OWN [...]
The former South Korean national team captain says that the fans expectations are too high and due to the Red Devils exit from the F.A Cup and the UEFA Champions League, people think that United are on their way down at the moment... Park...Show More Summary
Park Ji Min, a 15-year-old contestant on the South Korean talent show K-Pop Star, wowed the judges with a note-perfect rendition of Adele’s 2011 smash hit Rolling in the Deep.
Looks can be deceiving... especially in the case of Park Ji Min, the 15-year-old Korean teen who left judges on the talent show 'K-Pop Star' speechless with her powerful rendition of Adele's 'Rolling in the Deep.'When Park first walks on stage in the video below, the soft-spoken teen giggles and sweetly introduces herself to the judges. Show More Summary
Fifteen-year-old Park Ji Min may come off as an unassuming wallflower, but don’t be fooled: she just knocked out the judges on Korean talent competition K-Pop Star with a soulful — and pitch-perfect — rendition of Adele’s world-beating “Rolling In The Deep”. Indeed, she nails it so well that you can see catch glimpses of... More »
Park Ji Min, a 15-year-old contestant on the Korean singing competition K-Pop Star, does Adele's "Rolling In The Deep" so well that none of her competitors can hide their contempt. Run for it, Min, because they look ready to kill someone like you. [buzzfeed] Read more posts by Sarah Bennett
Talented Teen of the Day: On the BoA-judged singing Korean competition K-Pop Star, 15-year-old Park Ji Min rolls over the competition with an adept cover of Adele’s “Rolling in the Deep.” J.Y. Park was so impressed, he told the teen, “If I had a big bag beside me, I think I would kidnap you and [...]
This isn’t all that wonderful, but we expect few of you will have seen this clip. Manchester United’s position as a global brand has been illustrated in a new commercial running in Vietnam. Whilst many in Blighty may consider Rooney, Ferdinand and Vidic to perhaps be the club’s best players, over in Asia it’s all [...]
Arsenal lost 8-2 in a demoralizing fashion to a brilliant Manchester United side. The goals were scored by Wayne Rooney (three goals), Ji sung Park, Ashley Young (two goals) and Nani, as well as the young Mancunian striker Danny Welbeck. Show More Summary
2010/2011 season summary – Chelsea (Part 6) Manchester United won the quarter final 3-1 on goal aggregate with Wayne Rooney, Ji Sung Park and Javier Hernandez scoring for them in both the legs. On the other hand, Didier Drogba was the...Show More Summary