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[Interview] WTF Secretary General: taekwondo trains peo...
Feb 23, 2010
Taekwondo is Korea’s best known and most successful martial art form, with its roots in history and its organizational structure in the modern world. Most countries now have Taekwondo schools where the sport is taught and practiced, and it is an official Olympic sport. Korea.net ...

[Interview] WTF Secretary General: taekwondo trains peo...
Feb 23, 2010
Taekwondo is Korea’s best known and most successful martial art form, with its roots in history and its organizational structure in the modern world. Most countries now have Taekwondo schools where the sport is taught and practiced, and it is an official Olympic sport. Korea.net ...

New presentation from Seoul Players: A Night of Shakesp...
Feb 23, 2010
This March a new theater company, Actors Without Barders, in association with the long-established Seoul Players, is bringing a very special Shakespeare show to Seoul. A Night of Shakespeare is a diverse show of selected scenes and speeches from the Bard’s greatest plays, includi...

Interview: Korean Artists to Lead CG Blockbusters
Feb 15, 2010
Anyone who has been paying close attention to the end credits of Hollywood blockbusters for the past several years will have noticed the occasional Korean name scroll by. Today, there are actually quite a few Korean VFX artists working on some of Hollywood’s top productions and a...

[Contribution] US military historian reflects on Korean...
Feb 12, 2010
By Prof. Allan R. MillettKorea captured my imagination in 1986 and my heart in 1991. Among the captives were my wife, Martha, and my daughter, Eve.  Martha and I went to Seoul on our first visit for an international military history conference.  We stayed at the Sherato...

[Contribution] US military historian reflects on Korean...
Feb 12, 2010
By Prof. Allan R. MillettKorea captured my imagination in 1986 and my heart in 1991. Among the captives were my wife, Martha, and my daughter, Eve.  Martha and I went to Seoul on our first visit for an international military history conference.  We stayed at the Sherato...

[Contribution] Korea must utilize its e-government titl...
Feb 05, 2010
By Park Sung-ilHead, Informatization Strategy OfficeMinistry of Public Administration and SecurityAlongside the roar of the white tiger in celebration of 2010, South Korea has yet another reason to applaud the New Year: it has placed first in an e-government survey conducted...

[Contribution] Korea must utilize its e-government titl...
Feb 05, 2010
By Park Sung-ilHead, Informatization Strategy OfficeMinistry of Public Administration and SecurityAlongside the roar of the white tiger in celebration of 2010, South Korea has yet another reason to applaud the New Year: it has placed first in an e-government survey conducted...

[Contribution] The way to Dan's heart is through his st...
Feb 04, 2010
By Daniel GrayI am often asked the question, “How long have you been here?” Depending on your outlook, it might seem like a loaded question. Many people that only consider Korea a workplace answer the question with a grumble as if they were locked in a dark prison and they a...

[Contribution] "We Koreans do such-and-such"
Jan 28, 2010
My name is Mariya Maderich and my story of coming to Korea, I believe, is a bit different from other expats living here. My dad, a UN worker, was relocated for a year to Seoul (which turned into 4 full years) and me and my mom had to accompany him here. My parents have a policy ...