2010
KoreAm
Author: KoreAm
Posted: May 6th, 2010
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December 2010

Jang Dong-gun goes Hollywood and our editor Kai Ma poses with the son of a gun PLUS a look at shelling of South Korea’s Yeonpyeong Island, a recipe for hobakjuk, insight into an “Excello” world, get up close & personal with ABC anchor, JuJu Chang, a Q&A with the newest star of AMC’s Walking Dead, a review of the midterm elections,  Randall Park gets to have his cake and eat it too and a wrap-up of our annual Unforgettable gala


November 2010

Angry Asian Man: How blogger Phil Yu created Asian America’s most influential site, and the top 10 Asian American blogs right now. PLUS a review of Guggenheim’s new education documentary, Waiting for “Superman”, a new twist on an old question, “What are you?” and meet the real John Doe.


October 2010

Far East Movement: How a Los Angeles hip-hop quartet went from recording in a basement to blowing up the charts. PLUS Helie Lee finds that passing as a man can be a drag, Jeremy Lin’s long-awaited shot at the NBA, a chat with Kollaboration Acoustic 4 winner Dawen, a new kind of mandu from CYR International, KA artists dish on his/her favorite Halloween costumes, makgeolli‘s comeback, Randall Park’s coming out story and an in-depth look at a brilliant rivalry between Korea experts Victor Cha and David Kang.


September 2010

Generation You: How YouTube Transformed the Asian American Arts Scene, plus the top Asian Americans on YouTube right now. PLUS fried rice, Dave’s way, APA jurists nominated to the federal bench, the ultimate care package for your KA scholar and a compelling Timepiece on Joseph Ileto’s mailbag,


August 2010

South Korean boy band 2pm shares about past scandals and its rise to the top of the K-pop scene. PLUS introducing our newest columnist, Randall Park, how WWE Diva Gail Kim is redefining the WWE stage,  Margaret Cho on her new album Cho Dependent, a chat with James Kyson Lee, a roundup of the best summer drinks, a book review of Lisa and Laura Ling’s book, Somewhere Inside and meet the K-Town reality show cast.


July 2010

Victor Cook has brought Spider-Man, Buzz Lightyear and Tarzan to life on the small screen – now he’s giving birth to his own: a comic book super hero who happens to be Korean American. PLUS Which Ajumma are you?, a look at the legacy of Jin and Sun from Lost, the star players in the 2010 FIFA World Cup, inside L.A.’s Asian Pacific Community Fund, a taste test of all the Korean fusion tacos, a conversation with the K-town Cowboys and jungle fever, Asian style.


June 2010

Cover girl Se Ri Pak shares how she feels about finally ending her three-year victory drought, while Simon Cho, U.S. Olympian, talks about life, being an undocumented immigrant and the Vancouver Olympics.  PLUS a list of the best Asian candy, what notable Korean Americans are reading, reflections on the Korean War, a look at the upcoming K-Town reality show, why Koreans aren’t participating in the 2010 census and an inside view of BJay Pak‘s bid for  a state representative seat.


May 2010

Generation 3: Raising the next crop of Korean Americans PLUS Priscilla Ahn tells us some of her favorite albums,  check out Il Lee’s paintings, learn about Asian Pacific Heritage Month, an interview with Kim Ji-woon, director of The Good, The Bad and The Weird, seven reasons Harold Koh should be the next Supreme Court justice, behind the scenes of Nathan Nowack’s cover shoot and Oliver Saria on how “the blonde is back.”


April 2010

In this issue, the carefully planned, meticulous Daniel Dae Kim (aside from a bad DUI mugshot). PLUS tired of tea, Annabel Lee brews up a coffee party manifesto, Team Umizoomi has found the magical formula for fun, the Oh sisters are thrilling and NOT a girl band (they’re all artists), talking personal with author Chang-rae Lee and the deeply psychiatric film-making aspirations of Bong Joon-ho, director of Mother.


March 2010

Commerce Secretary Gary Locke says it took his immigrant family 100 years to move one mile. Now he faces the challenge of counting millions of ethnically diverse residents for the 2010 census. PLUS a photo essay of Korea’s historic past, a jaunt through the slow city of Samjicheon, Robert Park returns to little fanfare after 43 days of custody in North Korea, dogs are getting bigger and smaller at the same time in Korea, and what about the funny racists?


February 2010

Grace Park of Battlestar Galactica nerd-fame played the first Asian teenage lesbian on North American television. She tries not to think too far ahead. PLUS Korean Americans in the Obama administration, a bit of art history, February love stories could tickle your heart, the top 10 Asian sex scenes of all time, Ronnie Cho works the Obama campaign, how we should help Haiti according to the president of Dartmouth College.


January 2010

Phillies relief pitcher Chan-Ho Park, who sports one of the finest beards we’ve seen, talks about L-O-V-E, military duty and catching a bad case of swine flu in the world series. PLUS what “gao-xing” means for a new generation of Asian-Americans, origins of the LA Artwalk, Kim Yu-Na skating the Olympic rink, the top-five stand-alone Asian museums in the US, Tiger Woods is just plain Blasian(?).

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