Monthly Archives: February 2010


Alright. I’m obsessed with this sculpture. I was planning to write my MD’s disses on it, but apparently, I had no supervisor, so I had to change my plans. I see Ashūra even in my dreams. Hachi Bushū (Hachibushu, Hachibushuu) … Continue reading

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Korean culture tv program

  Munhwa sasaek 문화사섹 2009-02-24 Ha! My evil plan of flooding the world with Korean culture has started. I get my punishment later. The topic are different: musicals, theatre, street art, traditional art, movies, etc. here I have just one … Continue reading

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More… jdrama?

OK, as my obsession is growing, I’m going to post more links to jdrama torrents. First, Smile (2009). I can’t actually say anything yes, since today I’ve just seen first episode. I haven’t read the reviews ( I trust only … Continue reading

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Official Website For everyone interested in Korean culture. The magazine is in Korean and English. So far 8 issues, or I’m blind and I can’t find more. Downloadable, readable. For lazy persons:  Kozine April 2009  But please, go to the … Continue reading

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KBS2 Special – Korean Culture MU links

Yes, I decided to upload MU links to the files I posted on Korean culture.There will be more, but currently, I’m in the whirlpool of events and have no time for this. Gatbawi BuddhaDong Hwa GateSungnye GateQueen’s ChambersImjin WarGangneungBuseoksa TempleAn … Continue reading

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Our house is called hanok

Korean name depicting traditional houses. Date aired: 2010-02-13 Language: Korean, Japanese, English (different people living in Korea, or visiting Korea)Sub: noTorrent link:Our House Is Hanok 10-02-13 hdtv.avi.torrent

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Akutagawa Ryūnosuke – Rashōmon & In a Grove

  (post stamp with Akutagawa^^) OK, I lost my perspective. But to those who can read Japanese, or at least try to do so, I will post full texts of his works (well, some of it).Rashomon and In a Grove … Continue reading

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