[k-web drama] 연플리

[k-web drama] 연플리

페이스북과 유튜브에서 엄청난 조회수와 댓글을 자아낸 웹드라마 시리즈~ [연플리]  🙂

요즘 썩 끌리는 드라마도 없고… 시간이 없어서 TV를 잘 보지 못했는데, TV보다 더 스토리가 재밌는 웹드라마를 발견했다. 🙂 이 짧은 영상안에 자신이 하고자 하는 이야기를 제대로 담아서 멋진 스토리를 담아낸 작가도 작가이지만… 남자 주인공, 여자 주인공 모두 너무도 매력적이라 자꾸 생각나게 되는 드라마. 거기에 감미로운 음악까지…  =) 순수한 학창시절의 풋풋한 사랑이 그대로 느껴지는… 수줍고 예쁜 사랑의 시작. 덕분에 함께 설레일 수 있어서 다음 에피소드가 기대된다. 곧 브라운관에서도 볼 수 있기를… 🙂

….라고 적고 구글을 검색해보니 6월 중순부터 JTBC에서도 방송을 시작~ JTBC 연플리 방송 뉴스

아..! 역시.., 좋은 스토리를 알아보는, JTBC. 🙂

기대되는 #웹드라마 의 시대~ =)

#사랑이다가오는순간 #설레임 #작가

 

 

[Documentary] Dancing with Jikji – /Jikji Code/ Gutenberg? Did he really exist? Was he really the first inventor of the movable metal press?

[Documentary] Dancing with Jikji – /Jikji Code/ Gutenberg? Did he really exist? Was he really the first inventor of the movable metal press?

I just finished watching this new documentary that just got released last month in Seoul. It’s by a Canadian scholar David Redman and explores the story of Jikji – the buddhist book that’s been printed by the world’s first movable metal press but remains almost unknown to the general public. It was very interesting to follow their indepth researches in and around Europe and Asia, and gave me a fresh perspective about ‘What is History’.

I was already aware of the existence of Jikji and its significance, so the stories about Jikji didn’t surprise me much. But what shocked me was that there were almost no records or evidences of Gutenberg ever existing or even the valid proof that he was the one who had printed the famous bible; and yet the entire world and the academia have firmly supported and stood by this belief without any doubts until today.

Would love to discover more about the Jikji story later on.

http://www.newworldencyclopedia.org/entry/Jikji

About the movie:  

Travelling to the French National Library (BnF) to see Jikji, the world’s oldest movable metal type book printed in Korea, a Canadian, David Redman discovers no one knows anything about the book printed in Korea in 1377! Realizing Eurocentrism is at play, David off sets off on a journey through Europe and Korea with Sarang Ness and the Jikji team to find how the print technology transferred from 13th Century Koryo to Europe. Dancing with Jikji, in theaters June 28th, 2017 (Republic of Korea)

 

About Jikji:

 

More on the topic:

[Gutenberg vs Jikji]

https://bangnangja.wordpress.com/2011/10/19/the-gutenberg-bible-vs-the-jikji/

 

[Who invented the Printing Press?] :

https://www.livescience.com/43639-who-invented-the-printing-press.html

 

[Biography also states there’s no evidence of Gutenberg]:

https://www.biography.com/people/johannes-gutenberg-9323828

Gutenberg carried on his printing activities for several more years, but little evidence exists of what he actually published because he didn’t put his name on any of his printings. 

Records of Johannes Gutenberg’s later years are as sketchy as his early life. Still living in Mainz, it is believed that he went blind in the last months of his life. 

 

 

“Audition, The Fools Who Dream” by Emma Stone, from the movie [La La Land]

“Audition, The Fools Who Dream” by Emma Stone, from the movie [La La Land]

 

Good morning, Monday. 🙂 Starting my week by listening to one of my favorite music, “Audition (The Fools Who Dream)” from the movie, La La Land.  I particularly liked this one because of its lyrics.

“The water was freezing
She spent a month sneezing
But said she would do it again”

How better could anyone narrate the experience of falling in love than with these simple lines…? Falling in love is such an absurd act of blindness… whether it’s with our dreams or with someone. We might fall a little too hard, and we might have to suffer a bit too long. But if you’re truly, madly in love…. You will still fall. Jump in. Without fear, without regrets… over, and over again. 🙂

#20170710

p.s.) Here’s to the ones who dream…. 🙂

 

LA LA LAND

“Audition (The Fools Who Dream)”
(performed by Emma Stone)

My aunt used to live in Paris.
I remember, she used to come home
and she would tell us these stories about being abroad.
And I remember,
she told us that
she jumped into the river once.
Barefoot.
She smiled…

. . .

Leapt without looking
And tumbled into the Seine
The water was freezing
She spent a month sneezing
But said she would do it again

Here’s to the ones who dream
Foolish as they may seem
Here’s to the hearts that ache
Here’s to the mess we make

She captured a feeling
Sky with no ceiling
The sunset inside a frame

She lived in her liquor
And died with a flicker
I’ll always remember the flame

Here’s to the ones who dream
Foolish as they may seem
Here’s to the hearts that ache
Here’s to the mess we make

She told me:
“A bit of madness is key
To give us new colors to see
Who knows where it will lead us?
And that’s why they need us”

So bring on the rebels
The ripples from pebbles
The painters, and poets, and plays

And here’s to the fools who dream
Crazy as they may seem
Here’s to the hearts that break
Here’s to the mess we make

I trace it all back to then
Her, and the snow, and the Seine
Smiling through it
She said she’d do it again