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Whether South Korean boy band Super Junior is coming back?

Whether South Korean boy band Super Junior is coming back?

As the new Super Junior’s image was posted, Super Junior’s fans have  raised the question if their idols are coming back.
The picture was posted via Shindong’s SNS on October 10th with a simple caption “#MV”. The viewers are impressed by the artistic in the image, where Super Junior’s members are holding a drum stick between their fingers.
It is reported that Super Junior is preparing for their 7th album titled “MAMACITA”, which will be released by the end of October....

South Korean Star Yeon Junghoon Joins Jackie Chan, Fan Bingbing  in "Skiptrace"

South Korean Star Yeon Junghoon Joins Jackie Chan, Fan Bingbing in "Skiptrace"

Yeon Jung Hoon officially claimed to participate in the famous director Renny Harlin’s upcoming film named “Skiptrace”.

Skiptrace has the participation of the legend Jackie Chan. In this film, Yeon Jung Hoon will be starring as Willy, who is one the biggest antagonist in the film.

Yeon Jung Hoon is focusing on reading the script and accomplished in the English language. He hopes that this role will built him a firm base which helps him to go further into Hollywood’s film market....

 LiNK facilitates the resettlement of North Korean in South Korea and the US

LiNK facilitates the resettlement of North Korean in South Korea and the US

The famous LiNK (also known as: Liberty in North Korea) is a organization that seeks to empower North Koreans and assists them with the challenges they face in their journey to freedom.

The organization is currently raising the fund to assist 200 North Korean refugees. The campaign is expected to earn $600,000 dollars. For the first $200,000 they make, a donor has agreed to match the price, so donations leading to that will be doubled.

In their inspiring video, LiNK indicates 3 refugees who share their stories. There are currently about 30,000-50,000 refugees hiding in China, whose lives are constantly in danger and are vulnerable to labor exploitation and sex trafficking....

“I Don’t Need Hugo, Already a Boss”? South Korean ‘Nazi Chic’

“I Don’t Need Hugo, Already a Boss”? South Korean ‘Nazi Chic’

“I Don’t Need Hugo, Already a Boss”? South Korean ‘Nazi Chic’ Written by Laura On September 22, 2014

A few days ago, CéCi magazine announced that they would release a special photo spread of BTS in honor of the publication’s 20th anniversary. The preview pictures looked great, but the costs for the magazine were unreasonable, and adding onto that the costs for shipping … suffice to say I was thankful when the first pictures of the shoot started appearing on the internet. Well, I was at first. ...

7 Idols Breaking The South Korean Mold With Tattoos

7 Idols Breaking The South Korean Mold With Tattoos

South Korea is not well known for tattoos, as a conservative country overall. However, there’s a growing scene amongst idols as well as the younger generation in Korea to get tattoos. Check out our list of 7 Idols Breaking The South Korean Mold With Tattoos!

1. Taeyang

2. G-Dragon

3. Hyuna

4. BoA

5. Jay Park...

37 South Korean English teachers arrested and booked on charges for selling and using marijuana

37 South Korean English teachers arrested and booked on charges for selling and using marijuana

37 English teachers in South Korea, many of them foreigners, were arrested and booked on charges of smuggling, selling, and taking marijuana.

Included in the arrests were a South Korean nationals with U.S. residence and a Korean American. The two are accused of bringing 2 kilograms of hemp into South Korea through the U.S. military mail and selling them to 32 different buyers for a profit of $107,716.

Police reported that the buyers were mostly foreigners teaching English in local colleges, elementary schools, private insinuations and even kindergartens. ...

South Korean Bar Sign: “Due To Ebola Virus, We Are Not Accepting Africans At The Moment”

South Korean Bar Sign: “Due To Ebola Virus, We Are Not Accepting Africans At The Moment”

A bar in South Korea has been going viral for all the wrong reasons: being racist and bigoted.

The sign, displayed at JR’s Pub in Itaewon, a famous pub for foreigners and Koreans alike, caused outrage online in the foreigner community. The bar is owned by an American and Korean, and has not had a history of problems in the past. 

When asked about the signs, the owner of the restaurant immediately apologized and replaced the signs with another notice.

In a message to all his customers, the owner of the pub also posted in a group chat message saying, “On behalf of JR Pub, I would like to personally apologize for a message that was posted in our pub. We accept full responsibility for the mistake and I assure you we are taking the necessary steps to prevent it from happening in the future. We value all of our friends for enjoying our pub and look forward to continuing serving you as a valued customer. Thank you for your invaluable support.” ...

A South Korean Bar Put Up A Sign That Read: “Due To Ebola Virus, We Are Not Accepting Africans At The Moment”

A South Korean Bar Put Up A Sign That Read: “Due To Ebola Virus, We Are Not Accepting Africans At The Moment”

A bar in South Korea has been going viral for all the wrong reasons: being racist and bigoted.

The sign, displayed at JR’s Pub in Itaewon, a famous pub for foreigners and Koreans alike, caused outrage online in the foreigner community. The bar is owned by an American and Korean, and has not had a history of problems in the past. 

When asked about the signs, the owner of the restaurant immediately apologized and replaced the signs with another notice.

In a message to all his customers, the owner of the pub also posted in a group chat message saying, “On behalf of JR Pub, I would like to personally apologize for a message that was posted in our pub. We accept full responsibility for the mistake and I assure you we are taking the necessary steps to prevent it from happening in the future. We value all of our friends for enjoying our pub and look forward to continuing serving you as a valued customer. Thank you for your invaluable support.” ...

A South Korean Bar Put Up A Sign That Reads: “Due to Ebola virus, we are not accepting Africans at the moment”

A South Korean Bar Put Up A Sign That Reads: “Due to Ebola virus, we are not accepting Africans at the moment”

A bar in South Korea has been going viral for all the wrong reasons: being racist and bigoted.

The sign, displayed at JR’s Pub in Itaewon, a famous pub for foreigners and Koreans alike, caused outrage online in the foreigner community. The bar is owned by an American and Korean, and has not had a history of problems in the past. 

When asked about the signs, the owner of the restaurant immediately apologized and replaced the signs with another notice.

In a message to all his customers, the owner of the pub also posted in a group chat message saying, “On behalf of JR Pub, I would like to personally apologize for a message that was posted in our pub. We accept full responsibility for the mistake and I assure you we are taking the necessary steps to prevent it from happening in the future. We value all of our friends for enjoying our pub and look forward to continuing serving you as a valued customer. Thank you for your invaluable support.” ...

Suzy and Kim Bo-seong take a picture with the South Korean Flag

Suzy and Kim Bo-seong take a picture with the South Korean Flag

Miss A”s Suzy and Kim Bo-seong took a picture with the South Korean Flag in celebration of Independence Day.

Hair straightening iron company Double S Shiny revealed pictures of Kim Bo-seong and Suzy together.

Suzy is holding up a straightener and is smiling in a dress while Kim Bo-seong is posing his unique pose with a flag, too.

Double S Shiny stated, “Our straightening irons are produced 100% in Korea and we have been gaining more popularity. We wanted to thank our independent warriors for making this possible”. ...