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The South Korean president's hot bodyguard is breaking the internet

Danny Kichi on Mon, May 15, 2017

What comes with a new president is a new security detail, and the just-elected Moon Jae In has a bodyguard that's breaking the internet. As we speak, 36-ear-old Choi Young Jae is protecting the most powerful man in South Korea, and when you see the photos of this real-life hero in action, you'll see why he's got so many ladies mesmerized with his movie-star good looks.


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Why is this K-pop legend banned from entering South Korea?

Danny Kichi on Mon, Feb 27, 2017

Steve Yoo, otherwise known as Yoo Seung Joon, has sold over 5 million albums in his career and is one of the biggest stars in the history of K-pop. But in 2002, the South Korean government deported him and banned him from re-entering the country; and now, after losing his final appeal appeal, Steve Yoo will never be able to set foot on his homeland again. What did he do that got him banished from his homeland for the rest of his life?


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New Chinese law allows the police to cut off the internet during times of national crisis

Danny Kichi on Mon, Dec 05, 2016

According to Freedom House, a non-partisan American think tank that advocates democracy, political freedom, and human rights, China has ranked dead last in the world when it comes to internet freedom. And now, the future looks even darker for the Chinese public, as a proposed law that would allow police agencies to completely cut off internet access whenever they felt it necessary, such as natural disasters, public health crises, and even social unrest.


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South Korean government announces a new national logo

Nancy Z on Wed, Mar 16, 2016

A logo gives an easily identified image for an organization or company, and it can affect the perception of the entire entity. So when the South Korean government announced a new national insignia, it's a big event, especially when it is the first time in 67 years that the nation has installed a new logo.


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