Kubbra Sait talks about becoming an author with ‘Open Book: Not Quite A Memoir’

The actress talks about the challenges of reliving some of the darkest moments in her life while writing the book | Kubbra Sait talks about becoming a writer with ‘Open Book: Not Quite A Memoir’ OR In 2020, as her circle engaged in lockdown trends, from brewing dalgona coffee to baking banana bread, the actress … Read more

Book Review: Hegemonic Mimicry: Korean Popular Culture of the Twenty-First Century by Kyung Hyun Kim

IN Hegemonic mimicry: Korean popular culture in the 21st century, Kyung Hyun Kim explores the global emergence of Korean popular culture by using the term ‘hegemonic mimicry’ to examine how it has adapted American sensitivities and genres. This is a valuable and significant contribution to the study of Korean popular culture with an interdisciplinary approach … Read more