Ken Jeong Promotes ‘The Hangover Part II’ in Seoul
Ken Jeong, who plays ‘Mr. Chow’ in both Hangover films, arrived in Seoul earlier this week to promote the release of The Hangover Part II in South Korea.
Steven Yeun Speaks Out About Frank Darabont Leaving
Steven Yeun is the first cast member of AMC’s zombie TV show “The Walking Dead” to speak out about the departure of creator Frank Darabont.
Home is where the heart is for new Canadian
Jung Yeun Song finally became a full-fledged Canadian Tuesday, a wish her adoptive mom has been longing for, but a decision the Korean immigrant has struggled with for years.
At seven, the 31-year-old woman was separated from her Korean family to face 17 surgeries in a Montreal hospital.
Seoul to bring back women-only subway cars
Los Angeles Times
The South Korean plan aims to combat groping and other sexual crimes against female commuters. Because reaction to the proposal has been mixed, the restricted cars will run only late at night.
Korean-Chinese woman booked for smuggling N. Korean art
Seoul police said Wednesday that they have booked an ethnic Korean woman from China for allegedly smuggling North Korean paintings into South Korea, selling them to local consumers and sending some of the profits to the North.
The 46-year-old woman, surnamed Kim, was accused of bringing in about 1,300 paintings by some well-known North Korean artists in violation of a law regulating the flow of goods between the two Koreas, the Seoul Metropolitan Police Agency said.
27,000 South Koreans sue Apple over iOS privacy
As expected, Apple has been hit with a class-action lawsuit in South Korea.
About 27,000 South Koreans filed their class-action suit against Apple today, charging the Cupertino, Calif.-based company with privacy violations in its iOS-based devices, the Associated Press is reporting. The plaintiffs are requesting about 27 billion won ($25.3 million) in damages, which translates to about $936 per person.
Gerard Butler Sued: Ex-Workers Claim They’re Owed Overtime Pay
Apparently, Scottish actor Gerard Butler co-owns a Korean restaurant in Hollywood, along with some other notables. Oh yes, his workers are suing him for unpaid wages.
Chocolat Releases Debut Music Video “Syndrome”
Check out the video for the new K-pop girl group which features three biracial Korean Americans.