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'Princess Hours' or 'Goong' was so popular in 2006, it helped spark the Korean Wave.
South Korea’s Culture Ministry said it will focus on reviving the pandemic-hit culture and tourism industries here, as well as continue to support the spread of “hallyu” or the Korean Wave, around the world in 2021.
Instead of just looking at villains abroad, perhaps we should also take a hard look at the people who try to colonise, exploit, and mis-educate us from within.
SEOUL, Jan. 15 (Bernama): The popularity of "hallyu," or the Korean Wave, seems to have continued unabated across the world despite yearlong coronavirus restrictions, as the number of global hallyu fans topped the 100 million milestone last year, a public foundation said Friday.
KUALA LUMPUR: Seoul may be touted as the “soul of Asia”, but it is Kuala Lumpur that has caught the eye of South Korea’s travellers, says its top diplomat here.
For the brave souls who willingly take risks, unafraid of failure, the time of the coronavirus may be remembered as a time when a whole new world opened up.
Korean songs, dramas and TV programmes have faced allegations of racism recently. To prevent further racial discrimination controversies, entertainment agencies are taking steps to educate their artistes on other cultures.
HANOI (Vietnam News/ANN): South Korea’s exports of ice cream to Vietnam jumped 30% in 2019 from a year earlier on the back of the growing popularity of Korean culture in Southeast Asia, the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency (KOTRA) reported late last week.
The return of three A-list South Korean actors who finished their military duties has drawn wide attention from fans of Korean TV dramas at home and abroad.