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Ron....may you RIP.....
and other stuff.......
The Bosingak Belfry drummers mark the last few minutes of 2010...
Since about a decade ago, Korea’s domestic pre-wedding photography industry has slowly transformed to occur inside of studios in part for reasons of maintaining lighting and picture quality consistency. Over the years, the art of indoor wedding photography has been gradually perfected, and is currently the choice of shoot for most Korean couples. Korean indoor wedding photography has longed be recognized as one of the best in the industry.
With the ability to maintain lighting consistency and to control environmental characteristics such as weather, Korean photographers can better focus on the angle of the shoot to capture the perfect blissful moment without compromise. Korean indoor shoots focus on a couple’s expression to portray the ultimate joy of union, with a set of warm and personalized high-quality pictures as the end result.
In line with the latest wedding photography trends, backdrops of studios are also updated on an annual basis in collaboration with seasoned interior designers specialized in wedding backdrops. There will typically be over 15 – 20 backdrops throughout one shoot session to create a seamless storyline for the wedding album.
JYJ concert ending stage - empty remix
Expect Labs is the creator of the iPad app called MindMeld, which is the first voice and video calling app that can actually understand conversations in real-time to make it easy to find and share related information as you talk.
Robert Downey Jr. Makes an appearance at the South Korean Iron Man 3 event
T-Mac Asia tour day 2 in Seoul, Korea.
a synchronized performance of sound and pictures of the Han River in Seoul
Watch rare 8mm footage of Grandmaster Dr. Joo Bange Lee, performing basic offensive joint- manipulation techniques in Seoul, Korea 1960s.
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So this is a common game that Korean boys play. Very odd to foreigners - Totally. Borderline gay - most likely. We just ran into this walking down the street in Gyeongu (outside Seoul). Apparently the purpose of the jumping on each other is to try to knock the train down. I dunno.
Max Crew [Tino Rock & Mars](Pusan,Korea) VS Drifterz Crew [Trickx & Coma](Seoul,Korea)