A Jewel in the Korean Drama Scene Another drama from 2003, Dae Jang Geum is a historical classic that had been sitting on the “To Be Watched” list long enough. Tackling a 54-episode drama may sound daunting, but some dramas need to be seen for their historical significance. Although based on a true historical… Read More Friday Drama Review – “Dae Jang Geum”
Is Money the Root of the 7 Deadly Sins? The eternal battle – winning at all costs verses leading a righteous life. A story of the redemption of some, for others, the inability to redeem one’s self. And money. Lots of money. BIG money. The kind of money that incites enormous greed and induces people to… Read More Friday Drama Review: “Incarnation of Money”
Coming up soon in celebration of Asian Cultural Month will be the 9th annual San Diego Dragon Boat Festival Saturday May 4th from 9am — 5pm at the Playa Pacifica in Mission Bay Park. Along with the race, this free event will include a festival featuring performers, artists, and potters of SD’s Potters’ Guild. Also, San… Read More ‘Asian Pacific Heritage Month’ Events in San Diego
Holy Hotteok! It’s Honey Hotcakes at H-Mart!!! Let’s start this post off with something controversial, I am not keen on Korean Sweets. Colorful Jellys or glutinous rice cakes do not seem appetizing for a person raised on glazed doughnuts, a plethora of pies, and 31 flavors of Ice-Cream. Perhaps I do not have a… Read More Holy Hotteok! It’s Honey Hotcakes at H-Mart!!!
It comes to earth, removes its robe, and bathes in the water. If you hide its robe, it follows you home; if you care for it, it loves you; and as long as you keep its robe, it will never leave you. Presented this week by the Pacific Arts Movement Spring Showcase in San… Read More Soju DramaQueen Movie Review: “Abigail Harm”
May is Asian Pacific American Heritage month and has been celebrated as a month long event since 1992 to commemorate Asians and Pacific Islanders in the United States. In 1978, a joint congressional resolution established Asian/Pacific American Heritage Week. The first 10 days of May were chosen to coincide with two important milestones in Asian/Pacific… Read More May is Asian Pacific American Heritage month
Inspired by Korean variety shows such as Running Man, XMan, and Infinity Challenge, filmmaker Mark Gadia releases part one of this project! Also featured in the cast is current Korea Daily intern Natalie Cisneros and cover model from last October’s issue, Eunyee Kim. Stay tuned for the next part of this show. Mission… COMPLETE!
The Linda Vista Multi-Cultural Fair & Parade will be held next Saturday April 27,2013 from 10am to 5 pm. Ethnic Food! Entertainment! Taiko Drummers! Pungmul Dancers! And other things that require exclamation points! The event is also free to the public. website:lindavistafair.org