Jalja means goodnight. Jalja – you can say goodnight to those younger to you but if you are saying goodnight to someone older, you are usually using honorifics. *Gwenchana – means it is okay. Have you ever made a mistake … Continue reading A Korean Good Night! (cartoon)
Korea’s unique history has had a deep long lasting influence on the country’s literature. Whether these literary works reflect and explore such themes as; history & memory; family and love. It is through these subjects that they convey their stories … Continue reading Korean Literature in the UK : Director Kabsoo Kim Interview
Patbingsu is a very popular dessert in Korea typically had in the summer time. It is made up of shaved ice with sweet toppings such as chopped fruit and served with condensed milk, fruit syrup, ice cream and more importantly … Continue reading It is always Patbingsu time! ( Cartoon)
In Shoreditch, there currently sits a boxed metal construction made of stripped and refitted shipping containers housing a host of pop up stores. From a mix of fashion & lifestyle shopping brands, to galleries, cafes and restaurants, you will find … Continue reading Do you like it hot at Korrito Boxpark?
Do you love Kimchi so much that you wonder at every moment of every day how you can you can incoporate this amazing fermented cabbage into your daily meal? Well this post is for you! I will look to explore … Continue reading Different ways of eating Kimchi!
So I am going to Korea soon and I can’t wait.. but I have not started packing and I am not sure if you are someone who does last minute packing or you start putting things away as soon as … Continue reading One week to go…
Tiled Axis Press launches its first Korean novel but second publication this October, One Hundred Shadows, by Hwang Jungeun, translated by Jung Yewon. The book is said to be reminiscent of Haruki Murakami at his best and is told from … Continue reading Author Hwang Jungeun comes to London for publication launch of One Hundred Shadows
The much anticipated film, The Hand Maiden, directed by Park Chan-Wook, will receive its London premier at the 60th British Film Institute festival. The festival which begins from the 5th October and runs through till the 16th, released its full … Continue reading Films to watch at the BFI London Film Festival includes The Handmaiden premiere
The Indie band Patients that hail from Seoul were recently in London for their UK tour. The 3 member band that orignally started out in 2005 began the first leg of their UK tour in Chester on the 25th May … Continue reading Examining PATiENTS -An interview with the Korean Indie Band
Neon Bunny’s music video of Its You. Feeling blue that bank holiday Monday is nearly over? Well it is a short week and what better way to celebrate the four day week than popping along to see Im Yujin, or … Continue reading Neon Bunny comes to London