Studying Korean is a little bit different for everyone, but there are some common experiences that you may encounter when learning Korean as a Canadian. Here are some ways that you can represent your Canadian side when speaking Korean!
feat. a Korean-Canadian is a blog series highlighting Korean-Canadians and their experiences, perspectives and thoughts on their identity as Korean-Canadians. This blog features Christine Park, who is a Development Producer at a production company that produces factual, documentary, and lifestyle television. Her goal is to contribute to making […]
Hello everyone! I spend a lot of time talking with others about why they watch Korean dramas, but until recently, it never really occurred to me that I, also, have my own viewing story. It’s certainly not as interesting as my previous, very generous interviewees, but I hope […]
Part of the magic of filmmaking is the careful choice of sets and scenery, which can be the difference between a story that falls flat and one that comes alive. When you visit Korea, it’s only natural to be excited about the chance to see those same places in person – but first, you have to find them!
feat. a Korean-Canadian is a blog series highlighting Korean-Canadians and their experiences, perspectives and thoughts on their identity as Korean-Canadians. This blog features Grace Sohn, a flight attendant for eleven years and a mother to an adorable 19-months old son. She currently lives in Toronto but she was […]
feat. a Korean-Canadian is a blog series highlighting Korean-Canadians and their experiences, perspectives and thoughts on their identity as Korean-Canadians. Back in June, I had the wonderful opportunity to feature Glen Choi, who teaches humanities and social sciences-related subjects at Seneca College in Toronto. At the time of […]
Kpop groups showcase their talent and style through MVs that dazzle and delight, but sometimes these videos include elements that may surprise you. Whether it’s something that you never expected to see or a trend that is strangely popular, here are a few unusual items to keep an eye out for.
feat. a Korean-Canadian is a blog series highlighting Korean-Canadians and their experiences, perspectives and thoughts on their identity as Korean-Canadians. This blog features Dongwoo Kim, who is a Post-Graduate Research Fellow at Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada, a public policy research organization in Vancouver. He is working on […]
As you learn Korean, you will often start to recognize familiar phrases or wonder about certain conversations that you hear. Even when you sit down to watch your favorite KDrama, you may find yourself paying more attention to the way sentences are formed, or noting which word was used when.
With the strong fan bases and dedicated following Kpop artists receive from fans all over the world, some Canadian Kpop fans may wonder why they don’t hear more of their favourite Korean artists played on Canadian radio. After some research and asking around, here are some of the […]
*I took this video months back with my campers and have been very hesitant to put it up because of the quality of it- I’m quite a dunce when it comes to video editing. However I think it was a fun venture […]
While BTS has been busy making history with their soaring popularity and expansion into the Western market, they have also been crafting a story for their fans called LOVE YOURSELF. Naturally, this detailed and captivating concept is the theme of their current world tour, which features songs from the LOVE YOURSELF albums (Her, Tear, Answer) and short film Wonder. Two of our KCB writers – Jennifer and Kelsey – had the chance to attend the tour, and are here to share their reflections on various aspects of their experience.
88Rising is bringing Seoul rapper Keith Ape along for their inaugural 16-stop North American ’88 Degrees and Rising Tour’, produced by LiveNation. The tour will come to Toronto next weekend at RBC Echo Beach (909 Lakeshore Avenue W). Keith Ape will be joined by a Pan-Asian crew including […]
Kpop idols are always using cute gestures called aegyo to play around and today I am going to tell you when they started and who created those.
When you start to like a group, it’s natural to want to learn more about them, but if they have 18 members and four subunits it can prove more difficult than usual. Welcome to the world of NCT – an SM Entertainment-designed group with the innovative concept of rotating members and fluid boundaries.
Happy Fall, All! Today, I have an interview with Diane, who I met *get ready for it* via this blog!!! Diane is super knowledgeable about K-Dramas (especially historical Sageuk dramas) and she’s made some fab recommendations. I’m very lucky to have met her!! :) Below is my interview […]
Hip-hop legend Dumbfoundead (actual name Jonathan Park) played to an enthusiastic crowd on June 27th at his regular haunt The MOD Club in Toronto. This came after his original Toronto show was postponed due to illness. He could have cancelled the show completely, but he showed up. This […]
Calgary is a diverse city, with a number of options for Asian markets and grocery stores. Although many of these stores have a lot of good items in stock, sometimes they just don’t have the specific ingredient or brand you are looking for. When it comes to Korean cooking, your best bet for an authentic taste is to visit a Korean grocery store – and lucky for you, there are several in Calgary.
South Korean worldwide phenoms BTS (formerly Bangtan Boys) will bring their third world tour to Hamilton, Ontario next week with three (yes, that’s THREE) stadium shows at FirstOntario Centre (101 York Blvd) on September 20th, 22nd and 23rd. These are the only Canadian dates on the seven-member pop […]
feat. a Korean-Canadian is a blog series highlighting Korean-Canadians and their experiences, perspectives and thoughts on their identity as Korean-Canadians. This blog features Andrea Bang, an actor/writer based out of Vancouver. She is best known as Janet from CBC’s Kim’s Convenience. She also makes short videos called Inanimate […]