Shawols around the world have come together (and are still planning events in their countries and cities as we speak), to honour and remember SHINee’s 샤이니 Kim Jonghyun 김종현. Although this is a shocking and emotional time, fans are coming together globally to pay homage to the fallen star who has touched many of our hearts."Fans From Around The World Pay Tribute to Kim Jonghyun After His Sudden Passing (Event Information)"
The 9th October is Hangul Day in South Korea. This day celebrates the creation of the Korean alphabet, which is known as Hangul. In Korean, this day is referred to as 한글날 (Hangulnal). So where does this day originate from, and who is to thank for the creation of the Korean alphabet?"An Insight to Hangul Day"
In the west and other parts of the world, Christmas, Ramadan, Diwali and Hanukkah (just to name a few), are the most celebrated holidays. A time for togetherness and celebration, due to religion and/or cultural beliefs. But what about Korea?"Chuseok: South Korea’s Most Celebrated Public Holiday"
Are you an avid fan of Korean films? Or maybe you’re interested but don’t know where to start? If the answer is yes to either of those questions, then you’re in for a treat! Back to back Korean films on your doorstep, for a duration of almost one month! UK, get ready!"The London Korean Film Festival 2017"
Any K-Drama fans? This up and coming drama excites me! Lee Jong Suk is the ultimate protagonist and heart throb!"Romantic First Images of Lee Jong Suk and Suzy Revealed By “While You Were Sleeping”"