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Young entrepreneur bridges Korea, Azerbaijan with food
Jul 16, 2015
Khalilzade Nihat, a 25-year-old Azerbaijani, recently opened a restaurant specializing in traditional Azerbaijani cuisine, the first of its kind in Seoul. He smiles as he hold up a serving of lule kebab, a traditional Azerbaijani dish made of beef. A young Azerbaijani rec...


Gov't releases book of interviews with Koreaphiles
Jul 09, 2015
A government office in charge of overseas promotion of Korean culture on Thursday released a book of interviews with foreigners who have special bonds with the country and renowned Korean artists working abroad. "Beautiful Bonds" by the Korean Culture and Information Service ...


People who love Korea more than Koreans do (1)
Jul 07, 2015
Thirteen groups of university students from around the world were brought together in Korea for a series of presentations and discussions about Korean art, literature and history. The annual "Exploring Korean Humanities Together" competition is hosted by the Korean Culture and...


People who love Korea more than Koreans do (2)
Jul 07, 2015
This is a follow-up article to a series of interviews with the contestants in the 2015 “Exploring Korean Humanities Together” competition held in Jecheon, Chungcheongbuk-do Province, on July 4. Khalilzade Nihat, Azerbaijan, Hanyang University - In the competition, y...


Soybean master revives traditional flavors
Jul 02, 2015
Many dishes in traditional Korean cuisine cannot be completed without the addition of one specific seasoning. Doenjang is soybean paste, a fermented ingredient made from soybeans, salt and water. Soybeans, steamed and then mashed, are made into square-shaped blocks and th...


Dooly comes to life with dedicated museum
Jun 29, 2015
Kim Soo-jung, creator of 'Dooly, the Little Dinosaur,' poses for a photo in front of a larger-than-life caricature of himself at the Dooly Museum. Dooly and his friends fight against ghost pirates. They battle mummies inside an Egyptian pyramid and are chased by giant mantises ...


210 days at sea
May 20, 2015
On October 18, 2014, sailor Kim Seung-jin's one-man, non-stop, around-the-world circumnavigation began. Among his fellow countrymen, he was the first person to dream about taking on such a challenge. His boat, the 13-meter Arapani -- a Korean portmanteau word that combines the wo...

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Korean Literature in the UK : Director Kabsoo Kim Inter...
May 20, 2015
Korea Market Focus Logo 2014 Korea's history has had a deep, long-lasting influence on the country’s literature, whether these literary works reflect and explore such themes as history and memory, or family and love. It is through these subjects that they convey their ...


Skipper Kim Seung-jin returns home safely
May 19, 2015
"At many times, I just led a comfortable life, a life that is normally sought after by many ordinary people. However, I was not happy with that and I was plunged into a dilemma. I pondered whether a child could be proud of a father who has nothing but concerns about money, or ins...


Guidebook shows various facets of Korea
May 14, 2015
When thinking about Korea, many people come up with images such as royal palaces, Hanbok and other traditional outfits, kimchi or pop music. A newly published book, however, covers wider aspects of Korea from a broader perspective. This book is "Sketches of Korea," publish...