Actor couple Jung Woo and Kim Yoo Mi welcomed their first child on Thursday, December 15. On Thursday night, Kim Yoo Mi gave birth to a baby daughter at a hospital in Cheongdam-dong, Seoul. Both the actress and the baby turned out healthy, according to his agency FNC Entertainment.
Japanese religious beliefs and customs are very unique. For example, Shinto customs are followed when babies are born, couples get married in Catholic churches AND in Shinto shrines, and most everybody gets cremated then buried on Buddhist temple grounds. It's all a big mashup when it comes to rituals and ceremonies, which is why these new and stunning kimono/wedding dresses are the prefect gowns for Japanese brides-to-be.
With more and more interracial romances and marriages occurring everywhere, it makes sense that there's a rise in the number of mixed-race children coming into the world. But despite it becoming a lot more common than in the past, some countries are still adjusting to this phenomenon, while others are more used to it than others. So what is it like to be mixed race in Korea? A video showing some bicultural Koreans getting interviewed about what it's like is sure to not only entertain you, but give you a little peek into their daily lives.
Korean cabbage kimchi is not always smothered in tons of Korean chili flakes and spices. Here is cabbage kimchi that doesn't have any chili flakes except a very little amount of chili as a garnish. We call it Bak-kimchi (백김치). "Bak" means white and so we can call it "white cabbage kimchi."
In the new drama Stay With Me, Chen Qiao-En (aka Joe Chen) from Fated to Love You wakes up with amnesia after an accident, setting her back mentally to the age of 23. She tries to find out what's happened since then, while coming across her ex-love Wang Kai, the hottest Chinese leading man from When a Snail Falls in Love. Would you like to find out some interesting facts about the new drama?