Very touching illustrations by Jeehee Lee, Hongik University Advertisements
Source: The Uncomfortable Truth About ‘Comfort Women’ | YouTube
In the latest episode of the celebrity genealogy series, ‘Who Do You Think You Are?‘ Scottish comedian Billy Connolly explores a previously unknown Indian connection in his family tree. The programme reveals that the British military operated their own colonial ‘comfort stations’, sexually enslaving Indian women and girls. Horrifyingly educational. Source: Who Do You Think… Read More Who Do You Think You Are? Billy Connolly | BBC One
The film ‘Spirits’ Homecoming’ is based on the true story of Kang Il-chul , who was forced to become sex slave for the Imperial Japanese Army during the 1940s. Source: Spirits’ Homecoming – Trailer (귀향 예고편)
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Fun evening at Le Cordon Blue London learning how to cook rice and Namul, and assemble them as Bibimbap!
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In trendy, foody, ‘Deli X‘ in Deptford, Soth East London, about a dozen people have gathered on a Monday evening to attend a screening of a film, part of the 2015 New Cross and Deptford Free Film Festival. The film is ‘The Ghosts of Jeju’ made on a low budget…
Leonard Cohen 의 “Hallelujah” 개사해서 주례해주신 신부님! 감동이네요!
Last meal in Berlin Lunch at Kimchi Princess, a popular Korean restaurant/cafe in Berlin. Liked their ‘So so angry Chicken’ which supposedly spicy. Well, it was still fun to experience ‘Korean style fried Chicken with beer (‘Chi-mack’ in Korean) finally!
“Sympathy for Lady Vengeance (친절한 금자씨)” The third and final chapter in the Park Chan-wook Vengeance trilogy sees a beautiful but deadly woman, Geum-ja, seeking revenge against the man who framed her for murder. Free Screening 7pm, 10 April 2014 @ Korean Cultural Centre London To book your place: http://bit.ly/1jqDyJO