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This film about South Korea's 1997 financial crisis showcases strong storytelling and impressive performances from the cast.
South Korea’s toast sandwich chain Isaac Toast will be opening its first outlet in Singapore on 15 July in basement two of Plaza Singapura mall, the brand announced on Tuesday (26 June). Popular in Seoul, Isaac Toast specialises in breakfast toasted sandwiches with fillings such as bacon, ham, cheese, shrimp and bulgogi (grilled beef slices). Customers will be given a free cup of Americano coffee on the outlet’s opening day if they are able to say the Isaac Toast slogan in Korean.
Famous Korean toast chain Isaac Toast is coming to Singapore, and its first outlet will open in July at Plaza Singapura mall.
In South Korea’s Jeju Island, therein lies a community of women divers who would scour the ocean bed for harvests such as abalones, conches and octopuses.
Maressa Zahirah was 22 years old when she got through the Singapore audition for the first season of TV program ‘K-pop Star Hunt’ in South Korea in 2011– and she was the oldest contestant in the competition. Maressa said the agents hinted that her age (she was 23 by then) was an issue.
The musical features Hayley and Jayley Woo taking turns to play Cutie Chef in different months. Other stars include Ko Eun Hee (Sexy Chef), Woo Young Wook (Green Chef), and Lee Sung Min (Iron Chef). Adapted from the Korean production “CHEF”, the performance sees two groups of chefs racing against each other to create a dish — chilli crab and bibimbap.
It stars Kang Ye-won (Jang Young-sil), Han Chae-a (Na Jung-an), Jo Jae-yun (Deputy Park), Kim Min-kyo (Mr Yang), and Namkoong Min (Choi Min-suk). Don’t be fooled by the posters for “Part-time Spy” — in the film, Jang Young-sil (Kang Ye-won) looks nothing like what she does in the posters.
To celebrate the launch of their mini e-shop on Lazada, shoppers can apply the discount code MAMLAZ5 to get $5 off all Mamonde items. The popular South Korean beauty brand is known for using flowers in their products, specifically the hibiscus, camellia, magnolia, honeysuckle and lotus. Mamonde is best known for the use of flowers in their products.
The shows may be over in New York, London, Milan, and Paris. But that’s hardly the end of the street style story. Now that Fashion Week has become a global affair, there’s always one happening somewhere.Just last week, South Korean capital Seoul held its biannual Fashion Week in Dongdaemun Design Plaza, and local and international fashionistas were all in attendance. While Korea’s neighbors China and Japan have already made their marks in fashion, the country known for kimchi and K-pop has recently become the one to watch, with homegrown style stars bringing an edgy, streetwear sensibility not usually seen in the European capitals. Ahead, we show you how to get the look of your favorite Korean personality.Follow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Charlotte Cho, founder of Soko Glam, has released a guide to Korean beauty. Charlotte Cho, founder of online Korean beauty destination Soko Glam, is releasing her first book and it’s officially the new K-Beauty bible. In The Little Book of Skin Care ($15), Cho talks about the journey that led her to launch Soko Glam in 2012, from her do-nothing attitude about skin care as a teen in California (“I was determined to blaze my own trail, and going to sleep without moisturizing my face — or even (gasp!) washing it — was my forte.”) to diving deep into the world of K-beauty after moving to Seoul after college.