We were all shocked and saddened a year ago when the MV Sewol ferry capsized at 9:07 AM (KST). 476 people were on board – mainly students from Danwon High School. There are about 172 survivors. We will take a moment to remember the victims and their families.
#WorldPraysforSouthKorea remembers victims of Sewol ferry at 9:07 AM (KST) on 4/16 & 7:07 PM 4/15/15 (CST) www.facebook.com/events/1441375606160511
This ‘event’ is an opportunity to take 5 minutes to remember the families and victims. (Tweeting is optional).
9:07 a.m. (KST) will mark the one-year anniversary of the Sewol ferry tragedy . To remember the victims, please pray at the corresponding time in your country.
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I am still looking to obtain a company of Camp – the short DVD by Jang Keun Suk – but the buzz is already there. Korean press is praising the cinematography for his directorial debut and his acting.
Hopefully, these accolades will lead to a nomination for him to get a Grand Bell award. This is South Korea’s equivalent of the Oscar.
Good luck, JKS!
I was on Twitter and saw the hashtag #Korea trending. Iconic images from North and South Korea were included but I did not see a particular celebrity that is an original hallyu star who helped the initial popularity of South Korea culture — Jang Keun Suk. Well, here’s my contribution to this hashtag.
The third November of the month traditionally marks the day people make a plan to quit smoking or stop for the day. This year, that was November 20, 2014. As an actress, I was pleased to participate in the Illinois Tobacco Quitline TV Commercial that was released just days before the event. What great timing! #GreatAmericanSmokeout
When I saw Mr. Brown and Ms. McFadden on the Today Show, my heart hurt for them.
Please continue to pray for St. Louis and Ferguson.
#PrayforSTL #Ferguson #PeaceinFerguson#RIPMikeBrown #iftheygunnedmedown #HandsUpDontShoot