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These unlawful tattoos are the newest style for Korean youth

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Due to the rule of thumb in South Korea that bestqualified doctors are allowed to give tattoos, this act used to bethought to be illegal. However, this wave of revolt is an strivefor kids to lend a hand legalize tattoos in South Korea.

Sol Tattoo is simplyone of the illegal tattoo parlors in South Korea. Whilstthey don't only ink cats for customers, it has changed intothe picturethat they're known for.

Staff Picks: Korean style Male edition

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Korea is leading the style in all of the trends and the fadisn't any joke! The daring, attention-grabbing outfits you notice on idols don't appear to beonly for the degree anymore! Retail outlets like Dahong make it simple for you to master that impeccable sense of Korean fashion. Two of our dashingly smartly dressed personnelparticipants paired up to positionin combination their best outfits encouragedby way of Korean fashion!

I like dressing like a gentleman, but person who also has a classy side! I suspect this tastedisplays off the 'Flower Boy' like in a more masculine way that folks adore maximum around K-Pop idols. I'm told I glancejust right in many colours but gentle blue is my cup of tea.

It is a cat shirt. WHAT Isn't TO LIKE? Wear it to work, your first date, a marriage even! I can beready to do the entire lot in my energy to face up topronouncing IT is purr-fect!

Which Non-Korean Idol has the maximum efficient sense of style?
Which Non-Korean Idol Has The Maximum Efficient Sense Of Style?

Which Non-Korean Idol has the maximum efficient sense of style?

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There are somewhatnumerous idols from other countries selling equally K-Pop singers! Seems like eve more of them will continue to come as the days pass. You'll tell even through the expandingchoice of global auditions held by increasingly entertainment labels.

Below are one of the crucial non-Korean idols who don't appear to bemost effective known for their crowd pleasing individuality and fascinating looks yet also for their wonderfultype sense!

HanCinema's movie Review Revenge: Korean Style!
Hancinema's Movie Review Revenge: Korean Style!
The Producers, Ep. 1-3: Dry Humor Korean Style
The Producers, Ep. 1-3: Dry Humor Korean Style

The Producers, Ep. 1-3: Dry Humor Korean Style

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Although I enjoy most of the characters, IU’s acting sticks out because it was a pleasant surprise for me. This is the first drama I’ve seen with her, and based on past experiences, I wasn’t expecting much from an idol. But her interpretation of a diva singer is pretty unique. Rather than the loud, obnoxious and bossy image we’re used to seeing, Cindy is quiet and just beyond annoyed to even bother caring. Her lack of emotion is just hilarious to watch, especially in scenes like the first episode where fans are so eager to steal a selfie with her. Rather than the constantly peppy and smiling robots we’re used to seeing, Cindy is just worn out and tired. Through her we can see hints of the ugly side of K-pop: adolescent trainees who are put on extreme diets, resentful group members who are left behind when one goes solo, netizens setting up hateful anti-fan cafés. She’s so accustomed to being used that apathy is her only emotional defense. I’m looking forward to seeing her change and open up.

Overall, The Producers is a nice break from the typical drama formula. Although it had a few stumbles in the beginning, the show seems to have reconciled the dry humor it wanted to use with the expectations of the audience. The unpredictable nature of the show makes it that much more enjoyable, and it will be fun to see who else pops up in the next episodes!

Korean researchers develop smart shoes designed to help correct walking style
Korean Researchers Develop Smart Shoes Designed To Help Correct Walking Style

Korean researchers develop smart shoes designed to help correct walking style

News via hancinema.net

Previous smart shoes, which had been composed of one acceleration sensor and one LED, did not have the capacity to monitor different individuals diverse styles of walking. The research team deployed thin tactile sensors in the form of film that are capable of measuring the pressure level at the front, middle and rear sections of the shoe, linking them with LEDs emitting different colors. The sensors and LEDs have been designed to present red, blue and green colors, respectively, when the heel, the center of the sole, or the front section of the shoe hits the floor.

In order to enhance user convenience, the researchers also installed Bluetooth function in the shoes to enable the user to check in real time his or her walking style through a smartphone application. The user can also check the number of steps or turn off LED lighting by using supplementary functions of the application. The rechargeable battery can last for up to 24 hours.

Patients with diabetes sometimes are forced to amputate the ankle due to decaying of the foot, if and when pressure is not evenly spread on the foot, and if more sensors are installed in the shoes, the shoes could be also used to prevent such a problem, researcher Kim said. We have acquired patents in Korea and the U.S.

“Daddy, Where Are We Going” Will Invite a Foreign Family for a Korean-Style Homestay Special
“daddy, Where Are We Going” Will Invite A Foreign Family For A Korean-Style Homestay Special

“Daddy, Where Are We Going” Will Invite a Foreign Family for a Korean-Style Homestay Special

News via soompi.com

According to a representative, the team will be inviting a foreign family who came to Korea on tour and spend some fun time with them while showing some traditional Korean tourist attractions.

The foreign family will be picked using various interviews and while the shooting dates have not been set yet. Filming will be conducted in accordance with the familys schedule.

The Daddy, Where Are We Going? team has already experienced their own home-stay experiences during the New Zealand special episodes that were aired during the shows first season.

Girls' Generation Lyrics Slammed By Eat Your Kimchi: SM Entertainment To Blame For 'Mr.Mr.' Korean Verses?

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(Photo : Twitter) As Girls" Generation makes their long-awaited return with "Mr.Mr.", popular YouTube channel Eat Your Kimchi is taking a stand against its Korean lyrics.

In a recent Music Monday video, the Eat Your Kimchi crew dissected and opined on the latest Girls" Generation single and music video. During the segment, they also evaluate the English or Korean used within the song.

As expected, the song shot to the top of MelOn music charts as soon as it was released, but it was quickly taken over by SISTAR Soyou and Junggigo"s collaboration song "Some."

2013 Style Icon Awards To Honor Top 10 Giants Of The Korean Fashion World That Express Theme Of Otherness
2013 Style Icon Awards To Honor Top 10 Giants Of The Korean Fashion World That Express Theme Of Otherness

2013 Style Icon Awards To Honor Top 10 Giants Of The Korean Fashion World That Express Theme Of Otherness

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2012 Style Icon of the Year Award winner Jang Dong Gun Fashionistas from far and wide will be descending on Seoul later this month, for the 2013 Style Icon Awards. Fashionistas from far and wide will be descending on Seoul later this month, for the 2013 Style Icon Awards (SIA).

The annual event, to be broadcast on MNet America in the US, will be held at the Seoul Arts Center on October 22, 23 and 24 entertainment company CJ EM announced on Monday.

"Entering its sixth year, SIA is the only style icon awards in Korea and has played a key role in K-Culture's expansion overseas since 2008," said Sung Mi Han, general manager of CJ EM's Style Business Division.

Relax Korean style overseas
Relax Korean Style Overseas

Relax Korean style overseas

News via hancinema.net

The city previously built a 2.1 kilometer-long Seoul Street in central Ulaanbaatar in 1996. Seoul Forest is the second project carried out by Seoul in Ulaanbaatar. Located in southeastern Ulaanbaatar, the forest contains a Korean pavilion, a pond, flower gardens, traditional stone walls, and two statues of the symbol of Seoul, Haechi, a legendary creature that prevents fire. About 2,000 trees, including bridal wreath and birch, and more than 2,500 plants can be found inside the forest.