366. The Three Tenors
Jose Carreras, one of the three most famous tenors in the world alongside Luciano Pavarotti and Placido Domingo, arrived in Korea for his final world tour. The tour ‘A Life in Music’ expresses gratitude to worldwide audiences who have shown great affection and support for him over the years. “Retirement? I have been singing for 47 years… [2017-05-13 14:00:27]
366. Overall Outlook of THAAD
On February28, 2017, the Ministry of National Defense made an agreement with the Lotte Corporation,which decided to offer land for the deployment of the Terminal High AltitudeArea Defense (THAAD). In response to this agreement, China has been takingvarious economic, diplomatic, and military measures against the Koreangovernment as w… [2017-05-12 00:17:24]
366. Nuclear Energy, Is It Really New and Clear?
Nuclearenergy has been utilized around the world, but the dangerous risks involvedhave come to light after nuclear accidents such as those in Fukushima andChernobyl. The two regions are still radioactively contaminated, and there havebeen many nuclear accidents in other countries as well. In the case of Korea,the danger is… [2017-05-12 00:15:07]
366. Reseller: Buy to Sell?
As seen in the disturbance of “2013 New Balance Cherry Blossom Product”,“2015 HM-Balmain Collaboration”, and “2016 Starbucks MD Product, CherryBlossom”, desire of consumers to purchase popular or rare items is tremendous.Reselling implies the act of abusing the consumer’s eagerness to buy products.‘Resellers’ sell their pro… [2017-05-11 15:39:49]
366. Let’s Win the Game with Korean Characters!
Nowadays, E-sports has become a part of the Korean wave, alongwith K-POP and Korean dramas. For most of the overseas game users, Korea isregarded as a powerful nation for video games. This is because Korean E-sportsteams have almost always won the world tournaments, and there are famouspro-gamers such as Lim, Yo-hw… [2017-05-11 15:35:55]
365. Imperishable Candlelight to Brighten the Dark
Shock and distrust pervaded the people of Korea when the corruption scandal emerged in 2016. Allegations surrounding the scandal have been continuously gushing out since then. Angered people filled the streets as a way of speaking up. The number of participants at the first candlelight vigil on October 29, 2016 was recorded as… [2017-03-03 19:07:58]
365. Looking Back, for a Better Future
What words could possibly describe the disappointment, outrage, and betrayal the South Korean government has bestowed on its people? Credibility has fallen to a new low. The Park, Geun-hye and Choi, Soon-sil Gate focuses on allegations that President Park, Geun-hye allowed Choi, Soon-sil to have unauthorized access to govern… [2017-03-03 19:02:39]
365. The Broken Dream
The Arab Springwas a series of anti-government protests and uprisings against dictatorshipsand political corruption. This revolutionary wave began on December 17, 2010 inTunisia and spread throughout much of the Middle East and North Africa. Sixyears after the Arab Spring, however, the situation has changed greatly. Manycountries… [2017-03-02 22:46:16]
365. The Youth Cry for Jobs!
Newly coined wordscan be good mirrors of society. For instance, Spec, which came from job specification, has been on everyone’slips since the mid-2000s. This term includes educational background, GPA, TOEICscore, and many experiences such as studying abroad, volunteering, winningcontests and working as an intern. This… [2017-03-02 20:30:20]
364. The Age of Kim, Young-ran Law
In Korea, when some people happen to havedifficulties with government agencies, they have been using theiracquaintanceships rather than following legal procedures. They have beenserving expensive meals or giving presents to people in power in order to gettheir support, even if it is hard to say that they received something inr… [2016-11-08 17:12:16]