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A newly discovered tomb in South Korea indicates that the country was an early practitioner of gender equality, as a male was sacrificed to be entombed with a noblewoman.
SEOUL, South Korea, Dec.
Korean Cultural Industry Recognizes Outstanding Achievement for Growing New Korean and American Business Relationships New York, NY (PRWEB) December 24, 2010 The Korea Creative Content Agency (KOCCA), a branch of the Korean Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism, in conjunction with the Korean Cultural Center of Los Angeles (KCCLA) awarded DramaFever.com with the prestigious â€œ2010 Best Business Awardâ€ as part of the annual 2010 DARI Awards.
The center of Korean commerce, Gyeonggi province, is launching an investment fund and comprehensive production support program to promote joint ventures between the Hollywood and Korean entertainment communities.
The Jindo, or more specifically the Korean Jindo, is a hunting breed which originated in Korea and is relatively unknown elsewhere. There is no written record of the origin of the breed, but the breed is important enough in its supposed native country that it is a national monument. The breed is known for its hunting ability; it has been known to hunt dangerous animals such as Siberian Tigers, as well as dear and boar. Traditional Korean hunting is done without guns, so a pack of Jindos is...
- A serpent whose bite was fabled to produce intense thirst.