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Reporter : Kwak Yeon-soo
Sun, February 25, 2024 | 18:49
Celebrities provide donations to help flood victims
Celebrities donated hefty sums to help victims hit by the recent heavy rainfall that killed at least 40 people nationwide.
Veteran stage actor slams Son Suk-ku over likening stage acting to 'fake acting'
Veteran actor Nam Myeong-ryeol criticized actor Son Suk-ku for making controversial comments about stage directors instructing actors to do “fake acting” onstage.
Yoo Ji-tae to direct, star in short film 'Talk to Her'
Actor and filmmaker Yoo will direct and star in the short film “Talk to Her,” about an aspiring Korean-American filmmaker falling in love with a struggling actress.
Actors accused of school bullying return to small screen
Actors, who have suspended professional activity after being accused of school bullying as teenagers, are making their return to the small screen.
Park Hyung-sik to hold fan meeting tour across Asia
Actor Park Hyung-sik will embark on a fan meeting tour across Asia starting September, his agency P&Studio announced on Monday.
'Elemental' tops box office for third weekend in a row
Disney and Pixar's “Elemental” has stayed atop the weekend box office for the third time in a row, data showed Monday.
Jung Woo-sung's directorial debut to compete with Yoo Hae-jin's rom-com this August
Jung Woo-sung's directorial debut film “A Man of Reason” will be in direct competition with Yoo Hae-jin's romantic comedy film “Honey Sweet” as both movies will hit theaters on Aug. 15, Korea's Liberation Day.
Ryu Seung-ryong, Jin Sun-kyu reunite for comedy film 'Archers of Amazon'
Actors Ryu Seung-ryong and Jin Sun-kyu will reunite for the comedy film “Archers of Amazon” (working title) after the two starred in the 2019 mega-hit film “Extreme Job.”
Senior women find new lease of life through photography club, filmmaking
GANGNEUNG, Gangwon Province - Myeongju-dong is an old downtown area in Gangneung, Gangwon Province with cute little alleys, cultural spaces and trendy cafes.
Designer makes artifact-inspired gifts to help revive Korea's forgotten traditions
Traditional cultural products sold in museum stores were once considered tacky and old-fashioned, but now attract great interest from Korea's younger generations.
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