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[Reporter’s Sketch] May Hall: a Small but Unique Cultural Place
What is the first image that comes to your mind when you think of May? Many people think of the May 18 Gwangju Democratic Uprising in which
이다혜 기자   2014-05-15
[Review] Asian Week New York and Korean Art
This is really momentous year for Koreans art to be acknowledged throughout the United States. Following Silla Kingdom exhibition at the Met
장보람 해외통신원   2014-03-28
[Reporter’s Sketch] Do You Have Your Own Healing Place?
Have you heard about Uijae-ro, the so called the second Art Street in Gwangju? Recently, a lot of art galleries and culture complexes on the
오희수   2014-03-11
[Culture & Life] Keep Your Dreams Alive
Most students enter university because they want to pursue their dreams and have many expectations for their campus life. When they are fres
임선영 기자   2014-03-11
[Culture & Life] Unique Style from Vintage Shops
Vintage fashion means faded or crumpled used clothes, or a trend to like to wear those clothes. In Korea in 2000 or so, vintage fashion gain
김성영 기자   2013-12-09
[Reporter’s Sketch] Yeongsanpo Hongeo: The Attraction of Fermented Food
What comes across your mind when you think of Jeollanamdo? Maybe you will conjure up the image of delicious food. This region is famous for
이수정 기자   2013-12-09
[Reporter’s Sketch] Beolgyo Cockles
As the cold wind blows, cockles are getting better tasting because they fatten over the winter and bear eggs. It is the best time to eat coc
김성영 기자   2013-11-12
[Reporter’s Sketch] Yeonggwang Gulbi: the Taste of Sea Breezes
Korea has a tradition to share gifts on national holidays such as Chuseok and Lunar New Year. Salted and dried yellow corvina,”gulbi” in Kor
황재형 기자   2013-10-04
[Reporter’s Sketch] Soft but Fruitful Bamboo Shoots in Damyang
From this issue, the Chonnam Tribune will introduce several folk foods in the South Jeolla region as part of the Namdo Food Culture series.
조세현 기자   2013-09-09
[The Road to Namdo] Onggi: Leading an Introspective Life
A piece of earthenware present in any Korean household, onggi has survived the passage of time. Through the years, the special characteristi
Rigoberto Banta Jr. 기자   2013-07-01
[The Road to Namdo] Jakseolcha: Korean Wild Tea from Mt. Jogye
How often do you drink tea? Tea has been one of the most popular beverages in human history. Tea is well known as an effective beverage. The
김해인 기자   2013-06-03
[The Road to Namdo] Jindo Hongju: Falling in Love with Fascinating Red Liquor
Usually when we think about red-colored alcohol, we associate it with red wine made from plump grapes imported from the West. In Korea, we h
임선영 기자   2013-05-13
[The Road to Namdo] Uiryeeumsik: Korean Ceremonial Food
Uiryeeumsik: Korean Ceremonial Food By Jo Hye-min, Tribune Reporter What food do you eat when you have a special celebration in your life? N
조혜민 기자   2013-04-06
[The Road to Namdo] Hangwa: a Taste of History
Hangwa: a Taste of History By Kim Su-yeon, Tribune Reporter At supermarkets in Korea, it is not easy to find hangwa, Korean traditional snac
김수연 기자   2013-03-11
[The Road to Namdo] Onggi: a Hidden Treasure for Everyday Use
The standard Korean diet is mainly built around kimchi. If it’s great, we would be reminded of onggi, which is a Korean traditional clay pot
장보람 객원기자   2012-12-19
[Culture & Life] Winner’s Remarks & Essay
High School Division Pursuing My Dreams with Essays By Noh Eun-young, Second Grade, Gwangju Jungang Girl’s High School My heart races when
Chonnam Tribune   2012-12-19
[Culture & Life] Remarks from Judges
Remarks from Judges By Na Yun-hee & Nah Hee-kyung, Professors, Department of English Language and Literature We are happy to report that th
Chonnam Tribune   2012-12-19
[Culture & Life] Winners’ List
2012 English Essay Contest The Chonnam Tribune hosted the 2012 English Essay Contest over a period of four hours on November 10th, 2012. Th
Chonnam Tribune   2012-12-19
[The Road to Namdo] Nakjuk: Searing the Artisans's Phiolosopy of Life on Bamboo
What comes into your head when you hear the word ‘artworks’? Picasso’s paintings? Rodin’s “The Thinker”? Many kinds of artworks may come to
황인식 기자   2012-11-19
[The Road to Namdo] Infinite challenge to make Korean Wooden Furniture Worldwide
Infinite challenge to make Korea Wooden Furniture worldwide By Kim Hyun kyung, Tribune Reporter Most people would probably think that the wo
김현경 기자   2012-10-05
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