[KS] 50 Korean Dramas on www.hulu.com

Tracy L. Stober tracys2 at uw.edu
Wed Jun 15 14:31:29 EDT 2011

Good Morning Korea Studies listserv,
I thought some of you may want to know (if you don't know already) that Korean dramas are available on Hulu.com, one of the most popular American TV internet sites. Over 50 Korean dramas are available to view for free. 
Visit www.hulu.com and search for "Korean Dramas".  They are all subtitled (not dubbed).  

Korean dramas are the only foreign language programs available on hulu. I found it interesting that there are commericals for the Korean dramas on other shows (i.e. CSI).

They are also listed as their own genre under drama (between crime and courtroom and medical)

Tracy L. Stober
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Today's Topics:

   1. Article on Confucianism (Mag. Mercedes Susana Giuffr?)
   2. Re: Comedy in Translation (Kwang On Yoo)


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Date: Wed, 15 Jun 2011 08:03:45 -0300
From: Mag. Mercedes Susana Giuffr? <mgiuffre at mdp.edu.ar>
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Subject: [KS] Article on Confucianism
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I am very interested in this article (link below) , but my University is not associated to Project Muse. I wonder if somebody could send me the article.
Thank You.

Prof. Mercedes Giuffre
Mar del Plata National University


Mercedes Susana Giuffr?
Mag?ster en Filosof?a y Ciencias Pol?ticas
TRADUCTORA P?blica Nacional
Universidad Nacional de Mar del Plata

(7600) Mar del Plata
Email: mgiuffre at mdp.edu.ar


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Date: Tue, 14 Jun 2011 21:18:27 -0500
From: Kwang On Yoo <lovehankook at gmail.com>
To: Korean Studies Discussion List <koreanstudies at koreaweb.ws>
Subject: Re: [KS] Comedy in Translation
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Dear Dr,  Tommy Vorst,

I hope your student will appreciate this....

I like Hong Kong.  ?? ?? ?(Red Bean)? ?? ??. Hong-?{?} - Red. Kong-?-Bean

Yes. I can. ??. ?? ?? ??. Can-??-Empty Headed-??

I under-stand. ?? ???? ? ????. ???? ??-Hand-Standing

See you again. ? ? ?? ??. Be careful, I will watch you.

I can see. ?? ??? ??? ??.


Kwang-On Yoo

On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 3:55 PM, Tommy <tommychevorst at gmail.com> wrote:

> This is one I've always enjoyed for its cross-cultural qualities:
> A ??? and a foreigner are waiting at the same bus stop in downtown Busan.
> The elderly local spots the bus coming and says: "??."
> Replies the foreigner: "Monday."
> Answers the granny: "?? ?."
> To which the foreigner says: "Happy birthday!"
> The following Monty Python riddle works in Korean, given the similar sound
> of the punchlines in the two languages:
> What's brown and sounds like a bell?
> Dung.
> A Google search for the Murakami joke ending in "I am 150." proved
> fruitless. Would you be kind enough to repost it here?
> Peace,
> Tommy Vorst
> Ph.D. Researcher in TESOL, University of Auckland
> tommychevorst at gmail.com
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