- You're on your own. Moffett, Sebastian; Oba, Satsuki // Time International (South Pacific Edition);08/04/97, Issue 31, p36
Looks at the decrease in the funding of the Chongryun, the pro-Pyongyang General Association of Korean Residents in Japan. Reasons for the decrease in funding; The amount of money sent to the organization by Koreans in Japan, according to estimates by intelligence agencies; The most pressing...
- Hottest Cuisine Of The Year. Martin, Brett // GQ: Gentlemen's Quarterly;Jan2010, Vol. 80 Issue 1, p76
The article reports that Korean food has become popular in the U.S., citing the appearance of Korean cook, David Chang on the Martha Stewart Show and the growing number of Korean restaurants and Korean-American fusion foods.
- EDITOR'S NOTE. // Acta Koreana;Jun2014, Vol. 17 Issue 1, pv
The article introduces the papers included in the current issue of "Acta Koreana" on the theme of sensibility and landscape in Korean literature and film, including an analysis of utopian yadam stories, a paper on image and narrative production during 1920s and 1930s colonial Korea and a paper...
- Hot Boxed. // Los Angeles Magazine;Jun2014, Vol. 59 Issue 6, p52
The article offers information on restaurants in California that offer korean classic recipes including Faith and Flower, Union, and Cast and Plow.
- A Chance for Freedom. McClure, Laura // Weekly Reader News - Edition 4;9/26/2003, Vol. 85 Issue 5, p2
Focuses on the two brothers Young Hoon and Young Jun in China who escaped from North Korea. Number of North Koreans hiding in China; Reason on the migration from North Korea to China; Difference between North Korea and South Korea.
- 15 Miles From Baltimore. Thompson, Annette // Southern Living;May2010, Vol. 45 Issue 5, pMAL20
The article discusses Korean restaurants, including Shin Chon, Kim Bob Na Ra, Bethany Seafood and Lotte Plaza, that are located in Ellicott City, Maryland.
- Land of opportunity. // Policy Review;Jan/Feb96, Issue 75, p60
Comments on the article `Why Koreans Succeed,' by Heather Mac Donald, which was published in the Spring 1995 issue of `City Journal'. Factors which contribute to the success of Korean-American grocers in New York; Hostility towards Korean entrepreneurship in the United States.
- Korean cuisine. // Travel Agent;3/14/94, Vol. 270 Issue 6, Korea p18
Features different native Korean dishes. Kimch'i, spicy marinated cabbage dish; Pulgogi, barbecues marinated slices of beef; Kalbi, broiled beef ribs; More.
- Seoul on fire. Duffy, Gillian // New York;06/29/98-07/06/98, Vol. 31 Issue 25, p54
Focuses on the Korean style of barbecue. A selection of Korean restaurants in New York City; Descriptions of a typical Korean barbecue; Recipes for marinades. INSET: Getting the goods.