The 13th World Festival of Youth and Students was held from 1–8 July 1989 in Pyongyang, the capital of North Korea. It was the largest international event staged in North Korea up until then.The event took four years of preparation by the North Korean government, which effectively spent a quarter of the country's yearly budget (US$4.5 billion) on it. Ultimately declared as the largest ever World Festival of Youth and Student with about 22,000 people from 177 countries attending.This event was the last festival held during the Cold War era as waves of unrest began to occur throughout Central and Eastern Europe later on in the year.Greg Elmer has directed the film “The Canadian Delegation” which features long time activist Chris Frazer who was handed the task of assembling a Canadian delegation to North Korea. The film follows Frazer and a number of other delegates as they recount their participation in the Festival as world events continued to unfold around them.Cold War history is disappearing; however, a simple monthly donation will keep this podcast on the air. You'll get a sought after CWC coaster as a thank you and you'll bask in the warm glow of knowing you are helping to preserve Cold War history. Just go to https://coldwarconversations.com/donate/If a financial contribution is not your cup of tea, then you can still help us by leaving written reviews wherever you listen to us as well as sharing us on social media. It really helps us get new guests on the show.Today's episode is hosted by co-host Peter Ryan. I am delighted to welcome Greg Elmer to our Cold War conversation…Watch the film hereThere's further information and videos here. https://coldwarconversations.com/episode235/If you can't wait for next week's episode do visit our Facebook discussion group where guests and listeners continue the Cold War Conversation. Just search Cold War Conversations in Facebook.Thank you very much for listening. It is really appreciated.Support the show
Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/j4Edp9gBp-IAs Issac prepares to marry Sun Ja, he meets Han Su who sizes him up. The Korean landowner gets cold feet and has a heart-to-heart talk with Solomon. Sun Ja and her mother have a tearful departing, while Han Su looks on from the docks.
James, Anna, Andrew and special guest Lucy Porter discuss Korean aging, Chinese quizzing, Dot Wordsworth and Dot Cotton. Visit nosuchthingasafish.com for news about live shows, merchandise and more episodes.
In this episode, you'll learn about the dark history of abortion in South Korea. And you'll practice a very long line from a teen romance series, Take My Heart (2021) and learn about an easy gimbap recipe. Check out my new Korean exercise book, Not Studying Korean, Just Filling in the Blanks, to support my podcast! It's available Amazon (full, paperback) and my online shop (digest, e-book). This podcast is a narrated version of my weekly email newsletter, The Legit Korean. Read this week's newsletter, send me your Korean voice message (by Wednesday 6pm, May 18th), leave a comment, and watch this week's Korean food cooking video on the latest newsletter. Weekly virtual Korean McDonald's is open from (UPDATE) 5:00 to 6:00 pm, Sunday ET. Join my Twitter Space (audio chat), make a request to join to order in Korean. It'll make a good Korean speaking practice! Follow my Twitter to join :D Subscribe to The Legit Korean email newsletter and get it delivered to your inbox!
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Hey film buds,Filmmaking is perhaps the only art form one can say is predominately American in origin. Though it is an amalgamation of many arts and it has had contributions made to the form from around the world, its form and functions were largely formed in America. In fact, for a long time, America was the world provider of film. That's precisely why it is so important to highlight the vast range of Americans that have contributed to our collective cinematic history.AAPI people have been involved in film since the birth of the industry, but like all non-white groups, have suffered to truly find inclusion in the space. During the month of May, we're highlighting those achievements and how AAPI people have been contributing to film. This week is all about Family Drama, particularly in the home of recent immigrants to the country.Introduction - 00:00Opening ChatFamily Drama MoviesAAPI Pop History (Bruce Lee's Death to the 1990s) - 11:56Background/History on Amy Tan - 18:05First is considered the first film to ever feature an all-Asian cast, 1993's The Joy Luck Club. Adapted from a novel of the same name, the film is a narration heavy story about the trials and tribulations of eight Asian women, four mothers and their daughters. We'll review the film, discuss the structure of the story, Disney's involvement in production, and the life of author Amy Tan.The Joy Luck Club - 21:56Production History/BackgroundReview and DiscussionSecond is the recent pseudo-memoir from 2021, Minari. Though about people in America, the film is spoken almost entirely in Korean. We review the film, as well as compare and contrast it with Joy Luck, discuss the language controversy of the film, talk about autobiography, and more.Minari - 49:12Production History/BackgroundReview and DiscussionEnding the show, we'll have a brief discussion. Lauren and Paul will share some life updates, and we'll talk What We're Watching, Scream 6 news, and more. If you haven't already, be sure to listen to last week's episode.End of Show - 01:13:48What We're WatchingWestworld Season 4The New Doctor WhoScream 6 NewsThanks y'all,The BudsTotal Runtime - 01:29:51Be a Friend to the Film Buds:thefilmbuds.comThe Buds on PatreonThe Buds on bandcamp@filmbuds on Twitter@thefilmbudspodcast on InstagramPaul's Letterboxd
Welcome to SEASON 2 episode 11! Want to learn some more daily Korean? Take a listen here! Today we will cover “What do I call you?” What do I call you? (Formal) – 뭘로 불러요? What should I call you? (Formal) – 뭘로 불릴까요? What should I call you? (Formal) – 어떻게 불러요? Subscribe to our Youtube channel: https://www.youtube.com/koreanwithdavid Have questions? Send me an email: email@example.com Check out “Better Korean in 4 Weeks”: https://www.amazon.com/Better-Korean-Conversation-Weeks-Level/dp/B09NGVLNWK/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=better+korean+in+4+weeks&qid=1644838769&sprefix=better+korean+in+%2Caps%2C285&sr=8-1 Check out the writing practice workbook: Korean with David Hangul Practice Notebook: 원고지 Wongoji Korean Writing Practice Notebook - https://amzn.to/2U4SyYi Looking for friends to practice together? Join our discord server! https://discord.gg/zD3Nm8V Check out our instagram: instagram.com/learnkoreanwithdavidig Twitter: @KoreanwithDT Facebook: facebook.com/koreanwithdavid Thanks to my patreons! Rachel John Uy Diya Sophie Dionne Nikki Katz Veronique Moreta Marylin Minos Chelsea Damon Christina Yu Samantha Garcia Wanna support me? https://www.patreon.com/dtrettel Special thanks goes to Vivian for making the amazing podcast logo art! Check her out! instagram.com/vxvx.wx Also, this podcast is sponsored!
Irene Kang '11 has lived multiple lives. In her first she worked in the field of environmentalism and sustainability. In her second, she's the founder of Spark Collection—bilingual books for families to learn language in a fun and meaningful way. Throughout the course of these lives, the most important decisions she made were by trusting her intuition when something felt right: choosing Northwestern, pursuing environmentalism, and meeting her husband (and fellow alumni) Chris, and creating Spark Collection. Kang shares how she realized during the pandemic that there were very few accessible resources for teaching Asian languages to children. And that this was issue many Asian and multicultural families struggled with themselves. Kang decided to create Spark Collection, and published her first book with the incredible community support of Kickstarter: My Favorite Gift. Available in Mandarin, Hindi, and recently, Korean. She previews the second book in the collection, My Beautiful Earth coming out in September of 2022, and her third book Pay It Forward, which we will see in 2023. Kang tells how the books in Spark Collection reflect the values that she wants to share with her child: the importance of family, environmentalism, kindness, and resilience. On this episode of Northwestern Intersections, Kang talks about the inspiration behind Spark Collection and the incredible impact of the first book, My Favorite Gift through feedback she's received from families. And how Spark Collection is contributing to increased Asian representation and access to Asian languages in children's literature. And finally, Kang shares her insights on making significant career transitions and asks us: what would we try if we couldn't fail? For her, the answer was Spark Collection. Visit the website or follow them on Instagram to learn more and get the latest updates on Spark Collection!
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This week the guys are back in action and talking fusion bbq! What exactly is fusion bbq? Tune in and find out! In the first segment we talk chuck roast on the pit barrel smoker, a fancy butcher shop called Mitch's Meat Market, and a turkey burger learning moment. BBQ Question of the week is, “What's the best temp to smoke steak filet mignons at, 225 or 250?” Check out this week's #grillcoachrecommendation at TheGrillCoach.com! In the second segment we dive into fusion bbq! What comes to mind when you think fusion bbq? We share some fusion bbq recipes to try at home, including Jamaican Jerk Spiced Ribs, smoked lamb chops with homemade mole, and a Korean inspired pork roulade! Follow us on Instagram, Facebook and Youtube @TheGrillCoach. And don't forget to share!Support the show
Coming in hot with episodes 5 and 6 of ‘My Country: The New Age' this week! Watch the episodes, then join us here as we give awards for Most and Least Improved characters, sort out some plot points and the timeline, and fangirl over Hui-Jae.Leave a comment or sign up for our newsletter on our website (playonk.com), give us a hey by email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or on Twitter (@playonk) or Instagram (@playonkpodcast), or leave a rating and review on iTunes to boost the podcast!
We're going back in time to explore a central text for the Treviños. We cover the 2004 Korean classic A Moment to Remember. We're crying, we're reading letters dramatically, we're building dream homes that will never be dreamt and chasing the love of our lives through the haze of fading memories.
Lose your eyes, find your eyes, lose your eyes, and then turn into a big demon smoke, because this week on the show Evie is chatting about the 2021 fantasy romance kdrama RED SKY LOVERS. Starring the beautiful Kim Yoo-jung, Ahn Hyo-sep and Gong Myung, with a fun villain played by Kwak Si Yang, this historical Korean drama started with a bang (so charming, so fun, so swoony!) and then (in Evie's opinion) sort of ended with a small whimper. Buckle up and be warned, Evie didn't adore the end of this one.
Almost dying by stairs, to slapping Hitler, we dive into the enigma known none other as Tony Mangucci. We discus his love of skate boarding, Pokemon, and Liquid Death. Under The Influence is hosted by Barchemistry & Nectar Hard Seltzer Text “Youtube” to our number 310-564-7899 to automatically be entered to win $50 every week Listen on Spotify: https://spoti.fi/3qqjUaN Listen on Apple Music: https://apple.co/34IO1lr Search “Under The Influence Show” for all other audio listening platforms Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZM8C4nc4U/ Instagram: https://instagram.com/undertheinfluence.show https://undertheinfluence.show/ Follow Tony Mangucci Instagram: instagram.com/fuckintony/ TikTok: tiktok.com/@antisteezy YouTube: youtube.com/c/TonyMangucci Follow Barchemistry Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZM8C4msk7/ IG: https://instagram.com/barchemistry YouTube: https://youtube.com/channel/UCDfX41sMJRIeG8kqAGTz6mg Drink Nectar Hard Seltzer (Must be 21+) Find a store near you: https://nectarhardseltzer.com/pages/find We deliver online to 25+ states, type your zip code here: https://nectarhardseltzer.com Please drink responsibly. Tik Tok: https://vm.tiktok.com/ZM8C47veE/ IG: https://instagram.com/nectarhardseltzer Intro song by Killagraham https://twitter.com/killagraham https://soundcloud.com/killagraham
The administration of newly elected South Korean President Yoon Suk-yeol has confirmed that the age of all South Koreans might soon be changed by a year. South Korea follows a unique age-determination system, there are three ways to calculate the age of a South Korean and Newstalk's Simon Tierney joined Anton to explain the ins and the outs of Korean age. Listen and subscribe to The Hard Shoulder on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts and Spotify. Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App. You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.
In contemporary American culture, the Korean War is often referred to as the “Forgotten War,” but according to Korean American novelist Marie Myung-Ok Lee, the war is still very much alive for those who lived through it—and their descendants. In her new novel, "The Evening Hero," Lee examines the forgotten history of the Korean War and the ensuing displacement and loss that so many Korean families were forced to endure. Weaving together an exploration of Korean religious traditions, contemporary political commentary, and a critique of the commercialization of healthcare, the book follows the story of a middle-aged Korean American obstetrician, Yungman Kwak, as he navigates a changing world. In this episode of Tricycle Talks, Tricycle editor-in-chief James Shaheen sits down with Lee to discuss Korean rituals of honoring one's ancestors, the generational impact of wartime trauma, and her own journey through diverse spiritual traditions.
Vacations are always exciting (someone pls implement summer vacations for adults!!!) but part of the fun lies in the prepping & packing process ;-) From packing cubes to travel size toiletries, nothing is sexier than a perfectly planned capsule wardrobe organized neatly inside the perfect size suitcase. Today we discuss all of the hard work that goes into pre-vacation prep work, and discuss how our detailed packing & mental prep can make the actual vacation itself more exciting!Support the show
Dee and Carol talk about Spigelia, blackberries, a new book, Grow Now, by Emily Murphy, another Lost Lady of Garden Writing and more on this week's podcast episode.Today's bird song is from Dee's garden!Links:Wild Geese Bookshop, where Carol will be on the porch answering gardening questions on May 21st from 1:00 - 2:00 pmDee's Korean hand hoe (and Amazon affiliate link)Indian Pink Spigelia marilandicaGregg's Mistflower Eupatorium greggii“Raspberries and blackberries both produce a fruit made up of many individual sections, or drupelets.” Oregon State University. Good info from Oklahoma State Extension that applies to almost everywhere.On the Bookshelf: Grow Now by Emily Murphy. Go Beyond Organic, Rewild Your Land, Sequester Carbon, Support Biodiversity. From TimberPress. Her Instagram feed. The quiz we took is in her book. (Amazon link)Carol's articles on lilacs on Family Handyman: This one, and this other one.Dee's articles on containers from Oklahoma Living, May 2021Affiliate link to Botanical Interest Seeds. (If you buy something from them after using this link, we earn a small commission at no cost to you. This helps us continue to bring this podcast to you ad-free!) Book links are also affiliate links.Email us at TheGardenangelists@gmail.com For more info on Carol and her books, visit her website. Visit her blog May Dreams Gardens.For more info on Dee and her book, visit her website. Visit her blog Red Dirt Ramblings.Don't forget to sign up for our newsletters, via our websites!
Previewing a critical game 5 for the Suns as they take on the Mavericks at the FootPrint Center, Monty Williams wins NBA Coach of the Year, A new Korean president wants to changing birthdays, Julian Edlow on NBA Playoff betting, DBacks are (16-14)!
Korea24 – 2022.05.10. (Tuesday) News Briefing: President Yoon Suk Yeol pledged to rebuild the nation to one that truly belongs to the people, based on a liberal democracy and the market economy. He made the remarks in his inauguration address after he was sworn into office. (Eunice KIM) In-Depth News Analysis: President Yoon Suk Yeol takes office with a KBS poll showing 52.2% of respondents expect him to manage state affairs well, which is the lowest among recent presidents in comparative polls. With that in mind, we discuss the challenges that lie ahead for the Yoon administration and ask ‘What do the Korean people want from a Yoon Presidency?’ with Karl Friedhoff, the Marshall M. Bouton Fellow for Asia Studies at the Chicago Council on Global Affairs. Special Inauguration Day Segment with Jenny Suh: To mark Inauguration Day, instead of Korea Trending today, we take a look back at the inauguration speeches of past South Korean presidents, from Rhee Syng-man to Moon Jae-in, and see how they reflect the spirit of the times, as well as offer a glimpse into a president’s vision for his five years in office. Touch Base In Seoul: Korean-American violinist Jennifer Koh joins us via video for this week, to talk about her Grammy Award winning work, “Alone Together”, created in response to the hardships faced by artists during pandemic. She also tells us about how she started her journey in music, what motivates her, and her latest project, “Everything Rises”, with bass-baritone Davone Tines that explores their experiences in classical music as people of color. Morning Edition Preview with Richard Larkin: - In tomorrow’s Korea Herald, Park Ga-young reports on how two Grammy-winning artists, violist Richard Yongjae O’Neill and violinist Hilary Hahn, are scheduled to perform in South Korea in the next couple of months.
Happy Monday guys and girls, today I'm reacting to a debate between “non-binary transracial” influencer Oli London who is British but identifies as Korean and a woke activist who believes Oli is committing cultural appropriation. This is only a five minute debate but I have a LOT of thoughts. Let's get into it!
Our guest for this episode is Hellena Jang. Hellena is an improviser, instructor and agile coach in Seoul, Korea, as well as the founder of Imfrog - likely the first Korean language improv troupe on the Korean peninsula. She was introduced to improv through Seoul City Improv, an English language troupe established by ex-pats in the city. That experience led to perhaps one of the most intense deep dives into improv - a couple of extended, immersive journeys that Hellena took to learn about a great many of the North American improv schools, traditions and communities - that helped shape the force of improv that is Hellena Jang. In this episode, we talk about that journey, a bit about the European and Asian festival scene, leading in improv, her pioneering work, and the Korean language and culture and improv. And Hellena is just fun to talk with! You may recall Hellena from her contributions to the Covid-19 Improv Summit in the following two episodes: COVID-19 Improv Summit — The Globalization of Improv Part 1 COVID-19 Improv Summit — The Globalization of Improv Part 2 You can connect with Hellena in a number of ways: hellenajang.com Facebook Instagram
Mark and Jana are joined by two guests and the show starts with all four snacking on Korean sweet corn soup chips, or,... maybe they're crackers,... or cereal nuggets. Once the unusual snack is mowed down, the show takes a turn to the serious: Homelessness. Joell, an insider with years of experience, brings the facts and lays down the friggin' truth hammer. Ileana, a return guest, is a dispatcher for an ambulance co., what kind of calls does she get from or about homeless individuals? Fueled by carbs, Mark, Jana, Joell and Ileana dive deep into the good, the bad and the ugly side of homelessness.
Korea24 – 2022.05.09. (Monday) News Briefing: President Moon Jae-in delivered his final televised address, where he expressed hope that the nation will carry on its history of reaping success. He characterized the last five years as a period where the nation came out of historical crises stronger and more advanced. (Eunice KIM) In-Depth News Analysis (Korean Politics Digest): President Moon Jae-in left the presidential office of Cheong Wa Dae for the last time on Monday, bringing to an end his five years in office. In this special edition of Korean Politics Digest, we invite our regular expert guests, Affiliate Professor Kim Byoung-joo from the Hankuk University of Foreign Studies and Law Professor Cho Hee-kyung from Hongik University, to look back at his presidency, assess his successes and failures and on how he will be remembered in history. Korea Trending with Walter Lee: 1. A new report has found that 52.4% of people in their 20’s do not believe it is necessary to have children after marriage. (20대 절반 이상 “결혼한 뒤 자녀 없어도 돼”…저출생 심화) 2. Renowned poet and pro-democracy activist Kim Ji-ha passed away on Sunday aged 81 years old. (타는 목마름으로’ 시인 김지하 별세) 3. John Lee, the former police chief who oversaw the crackdown on pro-democracy protesters in 2019, has become Hong Kong’s new leader. (시위대에 고무탄 쏜 경찰 출신 행정장관 탄생...中 입김 더 세진다) Monday Sports Round-up: It was announced last Friday that the 19th Asian Games in Hangzhou had been postponed due to the spread of COVID-19 in China, with no new date set. Sports reporter Yoo Jee-ho from Yonhap News joins us on the line to tell us how this affects Korean athletes. He also updates us on another milestone reached by footballer Son Heung-min, and the latest from the Korean Basketball League finals. Morning Edition Preview with Richard Larkin: - Tomorrow’s Korea Times features a report by Park Han-sol on how a collaborative international research project on "Jikji (직지)”, Buddhist scripture from the Goryeo (고려) era, is going to receive funding. - In tomorrow’s Korea Herald, Jie Ye-eun writes about the indie music festival, Beautiful Mint Life 2022, taking place from Friday in Seoul.
We're excited to celebrate Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage month with this sweet interview with Evelyn Cho. Evelyn is studying patisserie and boulangerie in South Korea. G and Akina learn about how this born and raised Guam girl has taken her pandemic hobby to the next level and how she's connecting even more to her Korean roots. Through their discussion of language angst, they're surprised by Evelyn's sweet definition of what home truly means.
Please check out our membership on the website, essentialkorean.com. Become a premier member and enjoy the classes and all EK resources, including full transcripts of our episodes! In this episode, we will learn our very first verb conjunctive, the 고 conjunctive! When we add the verbal conjunctive -고 to a verb stem (VS), the conjugated verb carries the meaning of the verb in the present tense and the meaning of ‘and'. As always, we'll learn this conjunctive and practice speaking with situational examples. In Korean, different meanings can be marked and expressed right in the verbs with different verbal conjunctives and we'll learn them one at a time, starting with the -고 conjunctive today. As you start using different verb conjuncitves, your Korean will leap from a novice level and start to flow better. Are you ready to take the leap? I know you are; let's get right to it :)** The sentences used in the situational examples in the lesson ** My husband speaks Korean to me. And I speak English to my husband.남편은 나한테 한국말 해요. 그리고 나는 나는 남편한테 영어 해요. → 남편은 나한테 한국말 하고 나는 남편한테 영어 해요.I watch dramas. And I listen to the EK Podcast.저는 드라마 봐요. 그리고 EK 팟캐스트 들어요. → 저는 드라마 보고 EK 팟캐스트 들어요.I listen to the EK Podcast. And I practice with study buddies. 저는 EK 팟캐스트 들어요. 그리고 스터디버디하고 연습해요. → 저는 EK 팟캐스트 듣고 스터디버디하고 연습해요. I practice with study buddies. And I write emails to my Korean friends. And I also text with the friends. 저는 스터디버디하고 연습해요. 그리고 한국 친구들한테 이메일 써요. 그리고 친구들하고 문자도 해요. → 저는 스터디버디하고 연습하고 한국 친구들한테 이메일 쓰고 친구들하고 문자도 해요
"Escape from Mogadishu" is a movie that is based on real-life events that took place in 1991. In 1991, South Korea and North Korea were lobbying UN General Assembly member states to vote for their respective bids to be accepted as UN member states. One of those countries that the two Korean governments lobbied was Somalia in the same year when Somalia was about to be engulfed in a vicious sectarian civil war. As conflict breaks out, the two Korean groups work together to escape from Mogadishu.Show Notes:● Stream "Escape from Mogadishu" on Netflix● Music: Nine Lives by Unicorn Heads (YouTube Audio Library License)Follow me on other social media sites at:● Twitter● Facebook● YouTubeSupport the show
Another episode of the Independent Thinking Show for @FifthWrist Radio. This is a place dedicate to showcasing the great people doing interesting and cool things in the world of horology. In this episode, hosts Roman (@TimesRomanAU) and Michael (@woodswatchmaking) sit down for a chat with Korean independent watchmaker Minhoon Yoo (@minhoon_yoo) and horological commentator Mike from a terrific website we all like here - The Open Caseback (@theopencaseback). Join us as for an open and honest conversation about independent watchmaking; Asian watchmaking culture; discovering your voice and design language as a new watchmaker, and the importance of cultivating collector communities (particularly when it comes to independent watchmaking). As Minhoon is just beginning to make his watches (and Mike is one of his early customers), this episode should help inspire both makers and collectors to connect and collaborate. If you are into collecting or learning more about independent horology and watchmaking - you will find this discussion interesting. Make sure to check out Minhoon Yoo on Instagram at @minhoon_yoo and Mike at @theopencaseback and www.theopencaseback.com Shoutouts: @Sarpanevawatches; @MB&F; @Masahiro_Kikuno; @JamesLambWatches and @Rexhep.Rexhepi And a Special Shoutout and love for the People of Ukraine. #WeStandWithUkraine. #NoWar New Theme Music for 2022: The Wrong Time by Silent Partner (via YouTube Free Music Channel) Follow us on Instagram: @FifthWrist To join our crew group chat then please email us at email@example.com and if you have time please leave us a review wherever you listen to our podcast. We hope you enjoy listening to this episode as much as we enjoyed making it! Stay On Time
We are back! On today’s episode, Jon, Megs, and special guest Patrick discuss Madison Cawthorn, Roe V Wade, and someone you least expect has a yeast infection? Additional discussion includes Korean travel and beauty standards. This episode’s featured song is … Continue reading →
In honor of Mother's Day, host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello share some thoughtful mom-centric conversations: musician Michelle Zauner, a.k.a. Japanese Breakfast, discusses her memoir Crying in H Mart, in which she reconnects with her late mother and their Korean heritage through a love of food; Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Quiara Alegría Hudes (In the Heights) reflects on how her mother's use of language informed her writing career; and singer-songwriter Moorea Masa performs her soulful single "Honey," a tribute to her complex relationship with the woman who raised her.
Hunnyb3ee joins The Steebee Weebee Show for the 1st time!!! We talk about: Steebee's horrible Korean, Amber Heard's poo, the popularity of STIIIZY vape pens, Beondegi: Korean street food made with silkworm pupae, her experience attending John Marshall High School, being "bullied" by other students, how she got into modeling, the different "issues" with modeling agencies, the movie: Mean Girls, the book: Crying in H Mart by Michelle Zauner, Kim Chi squatting, the best hidden food places in Koreatown, how she met Rekstizzy, and much much more!!! !Go to: https://www.youtube.com/steebeeweebee to watch. *Go to: Nutrafol.com and use code: STEEBEE to save $15 off your first month's subscription...Stand up for your strands and get Nutrafol!!! More: Hunnyb3ee https://www.instagram.com/hunnyb3ee Scissor Bros YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/scissorbros ** Now on iTunes: https://goo.gl/CdSwyV ** Subscribe: https://goo.gl/d239PO Little Ray promises a Karma Boost if you join our Patreon: https://goo.gl/aiOi7J Or, click here for a one time Karma Boost. https://www.paypal.me/steebeeweebeeshow/2 More Steven: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/quangou Bandcamp: https://steebeeweebee.bandcamp.com/ Itunes: https://goo.gl/PSooa0 WEBSITE: https://www.steebeeweebeeshow.com Send stuff to: 1425 N. Cherokee Ave P.O. Box 1391 Los Angeles, CA 90093
[EP 7. COVID, THE KOREAN ENTERTAINMENT INDUSTRY, AND HOW IT AFFECTED US] This week, hosts Aaron and Joel talk about a *slightly* unaddressed topic in the Korean Entertainment Industry, Covid-19 - specifically on how it affects artists. 이번 주에는 한국 엔터테인먼트에서 *많이* 다루어지지 않은 주제, 특히 아티스트의 입장에서 코로나가 어떤 영향을 미치는지에 대해 이야기합니다.--• Find all of our Links Here: www.linktr.ee/koreancowboys• Watch Korean Cowboys Podcast on: YouTube (Video Exclusive): www.youtube.com/koreancowboys• Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/3PZOQuN...• Korean Cowboys website: https://www.koreancowboys.com• Korean Cowboys Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/koreancowbo...• Korean Cowboys Twitter: https://twitter.com/Korean_Cowboys• Aaron's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theaaronkwak/• Joel's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/joeljaylane/
A live audience interviews Dr. Victor Cha of CSIS on the future of the Korean peninsula, U.S.-Korean relations, and other topics.Find more (including how to join us live) at PM101.live or on Twitter at @PoliticsNMedia.Subscribe, rate, and review if you like what you hear.Join our e-mail list for "best of" delivered directly to your inbox, twice per month, at PM101.live
In this episode, co-translators Suhyun J. Ahn and Archana Madhavan discuss their Korean-to-English translation of Glory Hole by Kim Hyun (Seagull Books, 2022). Released as part of The Pride List from The University of Chicago Press, Glory Hole is a fantastical collection of queer poems that are uncomfortable, bodily, fluid-filled, and delightfully puzzling to read. Across fifty-one bewildering poems, Kim both engages and confuses readers with puns, distorted retellings of American popular culture, dystopian landscapes, robots, and more, all to a relentlessly queer backdrop of longing and sexual desire. Tune in to hear Suhyun and Archana read some of their favorite translations from this collection, talk about their own journeys to translation and translating Glory Hole, and share the challenges and joys of bringing this work into the English language: the Korean wordplay that they reimagine in English; their collaborative process of making sense of these poems in both Korean and English; some favorite (and most frustrating) parts of the translation process, and more! Suhyun J. Ahn is a Korean-English translator who is pursuing a PhD in East Asian Studies at Princeton University. Archana Madhavan is a Korean-English translator who works a day job in tech. Jennifer Gayoung Lee is a writer and data analyst based in New York City. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network
Every weekend growing up, Christine watched her mom and grandma go to the Korean bathhouses, rubbing things like tea and spoiled milk on their skin. And she's been hooked on skincare ever since. Now, she's the co-founder and co-CEO of the skincare brand, Glow Recipe. But before leading this new venture, she actually worked her way up the corporate ladder at L'Oreal. In this episode, Christine gives her advice on how to make the jump from corporate to startup, and what she learned at her desk job that she still uses today. In this episode, Christine shares: How she learned to lean on colleagues and mentors How having a co-founder eases the growing pains of a new business How her corporate experience helped in the startup mindset Why she and her co-founder turned down an offer from Shark Tank investors The important role that emerging technology like TikTok has played in her business
It all started when a woman jumped from her bathroom window. The police questioned whether or not it was a suicide. The whole nation did. Why did the seemingly happy wife and mother take her own life? Maybe someone pushed her? Why was her entire back filled with sexually derogatory tattoos? Just weeks later her father-in-law took his own life, and a 14-year-old girl's body was found stuffed in a suitcase. How were they all connected? To make things more puzzling - the person at the center of the web was someone that is loved by the entire nation... Full Source Notes: rottenmangopodcast.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices