The Woman and the Man
A play recommended for anyone from those who has been in love or is in love or is suffering from broken love. A play that most of us would easily be able to empathize with easily is led by four characters that grab the audience into their earnest and deep felt love story. One couple is formed by love at first sight but with long waited encounter with an excuse of picking up and giving one’s wallet that fell out on the bus. The other couple is drawn near each other but doesn’t take a quick move and ends it as it is with regret due to their different perspective on marriage. Behind their love, there comes many hardships, but through their story, the audience is touched and moved. The play is playing until October 31 at Arts Play Theater at DaeHakRo.
The book which has been sitting on the Amazon and New York Times best seller chart for over two years now is coming in film. Check them out both or either one you’re sure to meet three incredible women fighting and struggling during the times of African-American civil rights movement. It all starts with a twenty-two-year old, Skeeter, who had just returned home after graduating from Ole Miss. Unlike kids at her age, she decides to write a novel and become an author. She decides to write about the three African-American housekeepers working at a white family household. The story is about how they fight and struggle to try to overstep and overcome the limit that the time and place has set. You’re not too late to check out what’s been sitting on the chart for years. If you don’t have time to read, check out the film.
The Front Line (Go-Ji-Jun)
During the 37 months of Korean War, the armistice agreement was going back and forth on its agreement table for two years and two months. During that time, about 4 millions of lives were sacrificed. This film was dedicated to tell the story of about those 3 millions of lives sacrificed fighting the war for twenty-five months fifty-one years ago in June fighting without purpose, just hoping the war would end. Its intent of the film was clearly well drawn out in the film as many reviews were filled with comments “I couldn’t tell who or what they were fighting for.” Directed by Jang Hoon and great actors like Shin Ha Gyun, Go Su, Ryu Seong Su, Go Chang Suk, Lee Jae Hoon, Jo Jin Wong, Jung In Gi, Lee David and more are the cast for this great work.
Indian Café at KangNam “Flower Water”
Located around exit 6 of the KangNam Station, you can find a place where you can make a romantic atmosphere for your date, or a place that you can find peace in the central Kangnam. Interior designed with flowers and candles floating on water give an impression of India like atmosphere. Price range of drinks is from 6,000~8,000 Won and 5,000 Won for a glass of house wine. For an unlimited course food set, it’s only 15,000 Won. All drinks are served with basic bread with curry.
Sub-Zero (Ice bar) at HongDae
Behind the playground of HongDae, there’s a more fun and unordinary place to go, called ‘sub-zero.’ Everything is made of ice and even the chairs, cocktail bar, and glass are made of ice. Ice is maintained at -5~10 degrees, and they go through a renovation once every 6 months because they melt in long run. You can even take the ice glass as a souvenir! To cool off your worries, go check out this igloo like place. It is located behind the playground of HongDae, across from “Dduk Sam Si Dae” and next to “Cha Oh King” B2 floor.
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