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Go back in time at Edo Wonder Night

Danny Kichi on Tue, Sep 23, 2014

Edo Wonderland Nikko is a historical theme park in Tochigi Prefecture. It is known for recreating life in the city of Edo (present day Tokyo) during the Edo Period, also known as the Tokugawa Period, which lasted from 1603-1868. For the first time, they are keeping the park open after dark, letting visitors experience the Tokyo nightlife of over three hundred years ago.


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Japanese video game high school offers real degrees

Danny Kichi on Tue, Sep 23, 2014

A new type of high school is about to open its doors in 2015. The big difference with this school and others is that your whole high school career can actually take place as a game from the comfort of your own room. Your school ID? An avatar!


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12 Fun-filled K-drama households we would love to join

Vivi on Tue, Sep 23, 2014

We know that many of the best Korean dramas don't just build the main couple, but they also create  side characters  we grow to love. One of the best ways to showcase the minor characters in a series is to toss them all together in one big house! Trapping opposites into a confined living space is a great recipe for both humor and emotional connection. In watching the hilarious K-drama roommates out there, we sometimes wish we could move in and join the fun. Here are 12 K-drama households we would love to join:


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VIDEO: Hyun Bin at Incheon Asian Games

Nancy Z on Tue, Sep 23, 2014

Hyun Bin is looking more handsome than ever, and we have proof. The 17th Asian Games opened in Incheon, South Korea, on September 19 to great fanfare. Athletes and dignitaries from many countries were there as South Korean President Park Geun Hye presided over the opening ceremony. But, being a K-drama fan, my eyes were glued on one dashing figure in white, actor Hyun Bin, as he was one of eight flag bearers of the South Korean flag entering the stadium. And we have the video.


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