Seong Man faces arrest; Woo-jin is confused

KFEST, a Korean pop-up event, will be happening April 22 at the Pomaika‘i Ballroom from 11 a.m. Korean food, dancing, ramen-eating contest and special performances are scheduled to benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities of Hawaii. Nicki Lee and Stephanie Fujita are putting the event together through Kidz For A Cause, a local nonprofit founded by Lee.

A blame game starts among princes

K-pop made history when Seo-hyun for Girl’s Generation, Red Velvet, Baek Ji-young and veteran singers Lee Sun-hee and Cho Yong-pil held a concert in Pyonyang, North Korea, on April 1. Up to 1,500 North Korean fans, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un, his wife Ri Sol-ju and sister Kim Yo-jong, who previously attended the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics, were all in attendance.

Do-hee is attacked; Tae-suk schemes

Gaon is a 3 Michelin star restaurant in Seoul serving upscale Korean cuisine. Bicena is a 1 Michelin star restaurant in Seoul, also serving high-end Korean cuisine.

Dok-go feels danger closing in

Supermarkets in South Korea are reinventing themselves into “Grocerants.” In a convenient world where we can buy nearly anything with a few clicks online, brick and motor stores need to adapt to the changing consumer trends.

Eun Cheon is furious; Pil Joo is ousted

Daesung, member of iconic K-pop group “Big Bang,” will be enlisting in the mandatory military service in Korea. Military service of two years is mandatory for South Korean males.

Pil Joo schemes; Mo Hyun calls

The Pyeongchang Winter Olympics closed last weekend with a festive ceremony which included performances by K-pop group EXO and CL, a former member of the disbanded girl group 2NE1.

Kyung-tae falls in love; Mo Hyun is impressed

All the South Korean broadcasters and production companies were busy with the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics TV coverage and have pre-empted all their prime time shows from entertainment programming to dramas.