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Reporter : Dong Sun-hwa
Tue, March 28, 2023 | 07:38
Dreams come true: TXT mesmerizes 21,000 fans at KSPO Dome
For the members of the K-pop boy group Tomorrow X Together (TXT), it was a dream come true for them to perform at the KSPO Dome in Olympic Park. Located in southern Seoul, the KSPO dome is one of the largest concert venues in Korea, accommodating up to 15,000 spectators.
[INTERVIEW] How ATEEZ achieved worldwide success
K-pop boy group ATEEZ had a hectic time last year. The octet - consisting of Hongjoong, Seonghwa, Yunho, Yeosang, San, Mingi, Wooyoung and Jongho - did two world tours, performing in front of 430,000 fans around the globe.
Ambassadors, dignitaries gather at Korea Times' concert to promote Busan's World Expo bid
More than 2,100 people, including diplomats and dignitaries, attended The Korea Times' annual spring concert at the Seoul Arts Center Concert Hall, Thursday, which was held to support Busan's bid to host World Expo 2030.
[INTERVIEW] 'Welcome to world of art therapy'
Messages are woven into every painting. So when a painting captures your eye, you have to listen to your inner voice and work out what this attraction is telling you about your current emotional state. It might be the color or structure that appeals to you, or perhaps it evokes childhood memories. Regardless of the reason, it is a form of self-discovery that can lead to inner...
[INTERVIEW] 'The Flag': Kwon Jin-ah's love letter to people chasing their dreams
Love is one of the most universal themes in music, but it is not the only subject that singer-songwriter Kwon Jin-ah wants to address. The 25-year-old, who has a thirst for self-exploration and self-improvement, always seeks to craft songs about diverse issues that reflect her own journey and ...
Competition among rookie boy groups to gain momentum
Teaser for xikers' upcoming mini-album, “HOUSE OF TRICKY: Doorbell Ringing” / Courtesy of KQ EntertainmentBy Dong Sun-hwaIn hindsight, 2022 was the year of K-pop girl groups. A host of rookie female acts like NewJeans, IVE and Le Sserafim took the music scene by storm shortly after their debut and competed fiercely against each other to become the next K-pop queen...
Violinist Han Soo-jin to perform at Korea Times Spring Concert
Award-winning violinist Han Soo-jin will perform classical works by Shostakovich, Tchaikovsky and Beethoven at The Korea Times' annual Spring Concert, which is scheduled for March 23.
'NCT 127: Limitless': first K-pop graphic novel to hit shelves in July
“NCT 127: Limitless,” the first graphic novel utilizing K-pop intellectual property (IP), will be released in July.
'Chat GPT is fast, but doesn't provide accurate information', Flitto CEO
AI chatbot Chat GPT is fast but does not always provide accurate information, according to Simon Lee, CEO of translation service provider, Flitto.
From 'Red Book' to 'Spring, Again,' women-centered theatrical shows take center stage
A poster for the upcoming musical, “Red Book” / Courtesy of ATEODBy Dong Sun-hwaThree musicals that either began or will soon start their runs in March ― “Red Book,” “Spring, Again” and “Hope” ― have one thing in common. They all illuminate the lives of women, who boldly walk their own paths against all odds. Set in the 1820-191...
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