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A Letter from Greenland

''A Letter From Greenland'' is an album in 2000 by S.E.S.. This is S.E.S.' fourth Korean album. It sold approximately 650,000 copies. Singles include "감싸안으며 (Show Me Your Love)" (a Korean cover of Misia's "Tsutsumi Komu Youni...") and "Be Natural".==Track listing==# 나를 위한 이별 (Good-bye To My Love)# 그대 맘도 나와 같다면 (Melody) read more

H.I.T. (soundtrack)

''H.I.T.'' is the name of a soundtrack in 2007 for the MBC drama H.I.T. (히트), which stands for Homicide Investigation Unit.The Super Junior members featured in this soundtrack are Yesung, Kang-in, Sungmin, Donghae, Ryeowook, and Kyuhyun.==Track listing==# 마지막 사랑 - Kim Jung Min (김정민)# 그댈 위한 이별 - Lee Joon Kyung (이준경)==External links==Category:Soundtracks by South Korean artists read more

Wikipedia:Translation/The northwest school

'노스웨스트 스쿨' (The Northwest School of the Arts, Humanities, and Environment) 은 시애틀 워싱턴 First Hill 에 위치한 중,고등학교 이다. 1980년에 1905에 지어진 Summit School 건물에서 문을 열었다. 이 건물은 1979년,the National Register of Historic Places 에 등록 되었으며 시애틀의 공식적인 landmark 이다.1983년 Seattle Academy of Arts and Sciences (SAAS) 로부터 분리되었다. 요즘까지도 SAAS 와 라이벌관계가 유지되고있다.Northwest... read more

Minbyun

Minbyun(민변,民辯) is a South Korean social organization of progressive lawyers. The name "Minbyun" is the abbreviation of "Minjusahoereul wihan Byeonhosamoim(민주사회를 위한 변호사모임)", translated as "Lawyers for a Democratic Society" in English. Since the foundation in 1988, one year after the collapse of military government, member lawyers have engaged in activities for preserving human rights and democracy. Many famous human right attorneys have been members, and some of them... read more

Wikipedia:WikiProject Korea/Redlist

This is a general list of articles related to Korea which need to be created. Sine cab be translated from the Korean Wikipedia (if possible, they are linked). They are sorted by working group.==Architecture==예술로 구축사업을 위한 주관은 문화체육관광부(구 문화관광부)가 담당하였고 국립극장, 국립현대미술관, 공립미술관(6개관), 국립국악원, 한국문화예술위원회, 한국문화관광연구원, 예술의전당, 한국영상자료원, 한국미술협회,... read more

Yoon Jong-shin

Yoon Jong-shin (; born 15 October 1969 in Seoul) is a South Korean singer and songwriter.He married former professional tennis player Jeon Mi-ra in 2006 and have three children together.==History==Yoon Jong Shin entered Yonsei University after graduating from Daewon Highschool, joining a music club named ''Sochangsa'' (소창사) and nurturing his dream of becoming a singer. In 1990 he made his debut as a guest singer for 015B.In 1991, he announced his first album ''Like the first time we met'' (처음... read more

The Restless (2006 film)

''The Restless'' is a 2006 South Korean fantasy film directed by Jo Dong-oh, starring Kim Tae-hee and Jung Woo-sung. The film's Korean title, ''Joong-cheon'', is literally translated as "Midheaven".http://www.cine21.com/news/view/mag_id/37471 ''Demon Empire'' is an alternative English name for the film.==Plot summary==In fictional ancient Korea, Yi-gwak is a demon hunter who lost his lover, Yon-hwa, and colleagues of demon hunters in the past. He enters the Midheaven, a transitory place for spirits,... read more

Korean Teachers and Education Workers Union

The Korean Teachers and Education Workers Union (KTU, ), also known as Jeon(-)gyojo (; acronym for ''KTU'' in Korean language) is a labor union of teachers in labor unionSouth Korea . The organization has 77,000 members (down from 94,000) among the 360,000 public and private school teachers in the country.The KTU was founded in 1989 under opposition from the South Korean government. In response to its founding, several thousand members were subsequently fired by the education authorities. The... read more

Lee Ji-hoon

Lee Ji-hoon (; born March 27, 1979) is a South Korean singer and actor.== Biography ==Lee made his debut on 15 October 1996, while he was still in high school, with the single "Why the Heaven". He had not been able to release a solo album since his 4 album released in February 2001. Instead of performing on stage as a solo singer, he and Kangta formed a project group called the "S" with their close singer friend, Shin Hye-sung.In May 2004, Lee released a new album as a solo vocalist. The title song... read more

Yun I-hyeong

Yun I-hyeong (born in 1976) is a South Korean writer. 윤이형 (한국현대문학대사전, 2004. 2. 25.) http://terms.naver.com/entry.nhn?docId=2075573&cid=41708&categoryId=41737==Life==Her real name is Seul Lee and she was born in 1976 in Seoul, Korea. She is the daughter of the writer Lee Ze-ha. After graduating from Yonsei University though an English Language Major, she debuted as a writer in 2005 by winning the Joong Ang New Writer Award (중앙신인문학상) with her short novel “검은... read more

Wales Evangelical School of Theology

The Wales Evangelical School of Theology (formerly the Evangelical Theological College of Wales) is a Reformed Christian educational institution in Bryntirion in Bridgend, South Wales. Its doctrinal position is conservative evangelical.==History==The college was founded in 1936 as the Barry School of Evangelism (1936–1950) (also called Barry Bible College). It was renamed South Wales Bible College (1950–1985), and then the Evangelical Theological College of Wales (1985–2006).''Taught to Serve:... read more

European Union–South Korea Free Trade Agreement

The European Union–South Korea Free Trade Agreement is a free trade agreement between the European Union (EU), its member states and South Korea. The agreement was signed on 15 October 2009. The agreement has been provisionally applied since 1 July 2011. The ratification process was completed on 13 December 2015 when the Agreement entered into force completely, following pending ratification by Italy and Korea., Council of the European Union The agreement would be the second largest free trade... read more

Park Yoo-chun

Park Yoo-chun (born June 4, 1986), formerly known as Micky Yoochun and better known with the mononym Yoochun, is a South Korean singer-songwriter and actor. He is a member of the South Korean boy group JYJ and former member of TVXQ. He has starred in dramas ''Sungkyunkwan Scandal'' (2010), ''Miss Ripley'' (2011), ''Rooftop Prince'' (2012), ''Missing You'' (2012), ''Three Days'' (2014) and ''The Girl Who Sees Smells'' (2015).In June 2016, while in the middle of his two-year mandatory military service,... read more

Saejowi

Saejowi (hangul: 새조위), also known as The Organization for One Korea (hangul: 새롭고 하나된 조국을 위한 모임), operates in Seoul, South Korea, as a nongovernmental organization (NGO) that assists North Korean defectors with settlement in South Korea. Saejowi sponsors programs that provide medical support, job training, and other educational opportunities in order to aid with defector adjustment to South Korean society. Additionally, Saejowi works to encourage civil involvement in... read more

Taepyeongso

The ''taepyeongso'' (lit. "big peace wind instrument"; also called ''hojok'', ''hojeok'' 호적 胡笛, ''nallari'', or ''saenap'', 嗩吶) is a Korean double reed wind instrument in the shawm or oboe family, probably descended from the Persian zurna and closely related to the Chinese suona. It has a conical wooden body made from ''yuja'' (citron), ''daechu'' (jujube), or yellow mulberry wood, with a metal mouthpiece and cup-shaped metal bell. It came to Korea from China during the Goryeo period... read more

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