A radical student activist turned outspoken conservative politician who has been repeatedly life-threatened by the alleged pro-North Koreans, Ha Ta
KOREANS IN AUSTRALIA
The worldwide round-the clock news channel ‘CNN’ has recently featured a special report on 10 things that South Korea does better than anywhere els
K-Pop frenzy is set to expand to Western Australia.
Korean-Australian YouTube star twin sisters, Jayesslee, were nominated for a prize at the inaugural YouTube music awards ceremony yesterday.
The Korean flag raising ceremonies took place in Sydney’s key suburbs which had an affiliation with a Korean local government throughout the week.
NSW Premier Barry O’Farrell and Korean Consul General Whie-jin Lee discussed NSW-Korea’s mutual interests in trade, investment in natural resource
A Korean Australian chef Bora Ahn of Galileo Langham Hotel has stirred, chopped and grilled her way to third place and $1,000 in the Cultural Culin
October 9 holds a very special place in the hearts of Koreans.
Northeast Asian countries of Korea, China and Japan have historically shared tradition and philosophy through vibrant cultural interchange each oth
Nationwide 16 young chefs will challenge for the prestigious title of 2013 ‘I’m a Chef Culinary Artist’ in the kitchens of the Northern Sydney Inst
The Korean Cultural Office Australia will hold the Korean Culture Night on 16th of October at its Arirang Hall to mark the Hangul Proclamation Day
Mr Song Suck-Joon(Luke), a candidate for the 29th presidentship for the Korean Society of Sydney, a peak Korean community organisation, has won the