by SHIM Kyu-sun from Dong-A Ilbo · 26 MIN READ
Q: How do you combine your own ideas with the audience’s preferences? A: “I don’t really feel the difference. Shakespeare’s plays are Bible for the theater, but they were popular during his time too. He edited and revised his plays based on the reactions of his audiences. So it’s not right to keep his plays exactly the same when we put them on now. Because it’s the audience of today that’s watching. Making the plays superficially interesting is accommodating the audience’s tastes, but taking into consideration what the audience enjoys today is respect.”
by Gorani from Nongaek · 7 MIN READ
“Our generation is used to the older generation criticizing us for our lack of patience because we were raised with warm food on the table and clothes on our backs. But that doesn’t mean that we only sit and take their criticism.”
by SHIM Kyu-sun from Dong-A Ilbo · 23 MIN READ
by YANG Doung from Kyosu Sinmun · 7 MIN READ
Views from a professor of history at Kyonggi University and a former president of the National Institute of Korean Language.
by KIM Hyeongson & PARK Junkyu from Naeil Sinmun · 9 MIN READ
An interview the co-CEO of the civic group behind the disclosures.