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Many would know Busan as the port city that plays home to the annual Busan Film Festival, but there is more to this unassuming South Korean jewel. Blessed with pristine beaches and dreamlike landscapes, there is a myriad of things to do here! From playtime on the beaches to visiting ancient temples, to even great shopping excursions and mouth-watering cuisines, there is always something for everyone in Busan. Amongst the many, let’s start with 5 things that you just simply cannot miss out!
Words & Photography: Irvin Hanni
South Korea is one of the highest digitally connected and technologically advanced countries in the world, yet it has struck a profound balance between modernity and cultural heritage. From age-old traditions that continue to thrive to a pop phenomenon called Gangnam-style that is sweeping the world, South Korea is a wild and wonderful world of contrasts.
Words: Efi Hafizah Hamzah Images: Korea Tourism Organization
Switch the channel to MTV nowadays, and you’ll find little introduction is needed for Jay Park. A boy wonder of K-Pop generation, this Korean-American superstar is a talented singer, dancer, and actor. With boyish good looks, explosive dance moves and the awe-inspiring ability to sing and rap, Jay Park is set to rock the K-Pop charts with his new album “New Breed”. Recently in Malaysia for the MTV World Stage, we managed to grab hold of him for a quick five minutes…to answer our questions!
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