july 2011 VOL.7 NO.07
Seo Kang-soo,Korean Culture and Information Service
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Korea’s shipbuilding industry rises once more.
pen & brush
Poet Kim Seung-hee writes of the pains of time.
Park Tae-hwan prepares for his comeback.
Meet Woo Jang-choon, Korea’s famed botanist.
Escape the frenzy of urban life at Nanji Camp.
Explore the history of Daegu via winding alleys.
Get down and dirty at Boryeong Mud Festival.
Revitalize with a bowl of
now in korea
Korea’s art scene expands with global exhibits.
Are TV audition programs here to stay?
Park Ji-sung hosts the first Asian Dream Cup.
The Korean wave hits Europe with a splash.
President Lee meets with China and Japan.
International students are on the rise in Korea.
A Canadian learns to keep cool in summer.