[Video] Added Korean drama 'Nail Shop Paris' episode 4
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More than half of married women in Korea do not believe that they must have children, and the traditional preference for male offspring is fading away, according to a study.
Kim Seung-kwon, a researcher at the Korea Institute for Health and Social Affairs carried out a survey of 4,536 married women between 15 and 44 in 2012, and 53.5 percent of the respondents said there is no absolute need to have children...More
Choi Kang-hee plays a single woman in her thirties in her new movie "Happiness for Sale", and many women who attended high school in Korea prior to 1996 will probably be able to relate to her character.
In the film, Choi takes on the role of a civil servant at a district office who returns to her hometown to sell the stationery shop that her father used to run before he was incapacitated by a sudden illness. The film is full of nostalgic images, such as those of children entertaining themselves with rubber bands and marbles, as opposed to the latest smartphones, and it ends with a cathartic reconciliation between father and daughter...More
Park Young-sook, former acting chairwoman of the Peace and Democracy Party, who is dubbed the Godmother of Koreas feminine movement, died Friday morning. She was 81.
Born in Pyongyang in 1932, she graduated from Chonnam Girls High School, and the English department of Ewha Womans University. In the 1960s, she started devoting her life to feminine movement. While serving as general affairs manager of YWCA and general secretary of the Korean National Council of Women, Park became a close acquaintance of Lee Hee-ho, former President Kim Dae-jungs wife who was also her senior alumnus of Ewha...More
Gamcheon Culture Village at Night
There's a saying that during the summer, parents in Seoul will ask their kids: "Would you like to go to Busan?" The kids will say: "No. Let's go to Haeundae".
The beach-front suburb is no doubt an iconic holiday spot that Koreans associate with summer vacation, not to mention the scenery that Busan conjures up for most.
But the truth is Korea's second-largest city, located 329 kilometers (204 miles) from the nation's capital, has so much more to offer than just its beaches.
Even with just one weekend, travelers are able to experience it all - from the sand to the turf - and get an overall perspective of the city's unique history and culture. Those who have visited Busan before may find the itinerary below refreshing as they tread where the locals do...More
Hugo Barra, vice president of product management for Android at Google, holds a Samsung Galaxy S4 GE at the Google I/O Annual Developers Conference in San Fransciso, California, on Wednesday.
Google has made Samsung Electronics' Galaxy S4 flagship phone into its latest "reference phone" and will start selling it for $649 through its Google Play online store June 26 in the United States.
The world's largest search engine operator and Android operating system developer announced its collaboration with the Korean tech king at Google's annual developer conference, I/O, in San Francisco Wednesday...More
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