The Hawaii Korean Cultural School is starting up their Summer Semester, beginning June 8!
All those who’d like to learn Korean (aka not have to read subtitles when they watch their dramas), raise your hand. The semester will last 6 weeks, each Saturday.
Video of Kim Ji Hun’s arrival into HNL airport Hawaii
After a four hour plane delay in Las Vegas, Wish Upon a Star Korean-drama star, Kim Ji Hun finally arrived into Honolulu Airport and was greeted by fans, with leis and gifts.
If you’re a fan of K-drama actor, Kim Jihoon, then here’s your chance to meet him and take pictures with him in person!
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These days, it seems that HIFF is bringing in more Korean films to satiate Hawaii’s love for Asian films and to feed the growing enthusiasm towards Korean films.
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Hawaii’s 11th Annual Korean Festival was hot yet so coooool.
Aside from the Hawaiian heat making its way into summer, there were a lot of really good performances and events on the festival grounds.
I know all you Seo Ji-Seok fans wanna know if the man arrived.
Keeaumoku Supermarket on 835 Keeaumoku is tucked away in a small mall plaza next to Red House Honolulu so it may not be apparent to the passing drivers. It’s noteworthy to mention because the market is probably as big as the Palama Market store near Don Quixote.