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  • music is my girlfriend... indeed.

    Thursday, Apr 9, 2009 3:34PM / Standard Entry

    iTunes Servey


    How many songs total: 2,485
    How many hours or days of music: 7.4 days

    Sort by song title
    First Song: The A-Team - Tee Vee Toons
    Last Song: * - M83

    Sort by time
    Shortest Song: Alone Again With The Dawn Coming Up - The KLF
    Longest Song: Everything, All At Once Forever - Th' Faith Healers

    Sort by album
    First album: A2G EP - Blackalicious
    Last album: 5150 - Van Halen

    Sort by artist
    First: A-Ha
    Last: 45 King vs. Wale

    Top Five Most Played Songs
    1. Be My Baby – The Ronnetts
    2. Dancing with Myself – Nouvelle Vague
    3. Paper Planes – M.I.A
    4. Sister, Pt. 1 – M83
    5. The Desperate Kingdom of Love – PJ Harvey

    First song that comes up on Shuffle: Very First Lie by Material Issue

    • Funniest:

    • Scariest:

    • WTF(s)???!!!
    - this is from an 80's German heavy metal group called Accept.  the album is titled "Balls to the Wall".  enough said.

    • Ugliest:

    • Timeless:

    • Favorites:

    let me know if you do one.  i would love to see what you are listening too.



  • cute. simple. genius.

    Friday, Mar 27, 2009 7:33AM / Standard Entry

    you might have to live in New York to appreciate some of them.



  • 3rd Korean American Film Festival NY 2009

    Tuesday, Feb 24, 2009 12:55PM / Standard Entry

    hello everyone,

    i'll be showing a trailer for my feature doc "ultimate christian wrestling" this Sat and will have a little Q&A after the screening.  i'm in the first program which starts at 5pm.  the festival will be held at the beautiful New York Times building.  if you can't make it to the screening you should at least come to the after party.  it should be a fun night.  hope to see some of you there.

    3rd KAFFNY 2009 Tickets on Sale!

    Saturday, February 28th, at TheTimesCenter (41st btwn 7th and 8th). 

    Shorts and Feature clips from emerging and award-winning Korean and Korean American filmmakers, with Q&A.  Afterparty at Third Floor! 

    First Program starts at 5PM, Second Program starts at 8PM.  Scenes from Warner Bros.' "The Trouble with Romance" (cast includes Steve from Sex and the City, Drama's agent from Entourage) by Gene Rhee.  Scenes from "Make Yourself at Home," starring Song Hye-Gyo. 

    Full program descriptions at www.kaffny.com.

    Buy Tickets at TicketWeb:
    FIRST PROGRAM 5PM - 7PM, $15 ($12 students)
    SECOND PROGRAM 8PM - 10PM, $15 ($12 students)
    FIRST & SECOND PROGRAM , $25 ($20 students)

    More info available at:

    KAFFNY is made possible by the generous support of the Korean American Community Foundation, the Korean Cultural Service NY, the Korea Times, and New York University Tisch School of the Arts.


  • The March Of The Pure Mathematical Evil That Ends and Results in War*

    Monday, Dec 29, 2008 12:13PM / Standard Entry

    hi everyone,

    i've been in Georgia for the past week finishing up some filming for the doc.  spent Christmas with one of the wrestlers in his new home.  fun times.  will be heading to Jacksonville, FL for a couple of days and then back to GA until the 2nd of Jan.

    thank you everyone for the warm wishes.  i hope all of your have a very happy and healthy new year.  may all your wishes come true in 2009!!!


    * the title of this entry is totally random.  it's from a song by Add N to X.


  • free screening

    Tuesday, Dec 16, 2008 1:58PM / Standard Entry

    hello everyone,

    my little short will be part of the 'New Voices in Korean American Short Film' series screening this Thursday.  below is the info.  if you live in NYC stop by and say hello.  also, did i mention that the screening is free?




    December 15, 2008




    FREE SCREENING THURSDAY, December 18 at 6:30PM
    at Anthology Film Archives
    (Second Street and 2nd Avenue)

    The Korean Cultural Service presents EMERGING VISIONS : New Voices in Korean American Short Film at Anthology Film Archives, on December 18th. This program will launch a unique platform for the emerging voices of contemporary Korean American short filmmaking in New York City. The screening will be followed by a Q&A with filmmakers. Free admission to all screenings

    TRT: 61 min
    The Last Vacation (Narrative / DV / 11 min / Color / 2006)by Jae-Ho Chang
    Amidst wintry winds and crashing waterfalls, a mother and son contemplate their last remaining moments together on this final journey.

    The Last Mermaids (HD / 19 min / Color / 2008) by Liz Chae
    Mother to daughter. Generation after generation. The women of Jeju Island have survived by becoming Haenyos (women sea divers). THE LAST MERMAIDS is a short documentary showing these women, aged 45-85, as they dive deep into the ocean -- the refuge that has given them life, shielded them from war and allowed them to educate their daughters. For two thousand years, the Haenyos of Jeju have fought men, governments and armies to protect their right to make a living from the sea. Now they want the tradition to stop. These are The Last Mermaids.

    Sports and Diversions (Animation / DVD / 4 min / 2006)by Bum Lee
    When you close your eyes and listen to music, what do you see? These animations transform Erik Satie's 1914 classic compositions into their own varied interpretations of the music. Winner of 2006 Little Big Films, Short Film Competition Animation Award.

    Bbi (Animation / DVD / 10 min / 2002) by Do Hyung Kim
    As society enforces a standardization of everyday life, how do we assert our individuality and what are the consequences?

    UNRAVEL (16mm / 7 min / Color / 2006) by Susie Lim
    The traditional Korean dress--the hanbok--becomes the intermediary of lineage between young and old.

    ISAHN (Video / Color / 16 min / 2004) by Soon-Mi Yoo
    ISAHN tells stories of displacement. Images from the stereoscopes at Imjingak in South Korea are mixed with contemporary footage of Burmese refugee camps around Mae Sot, Thailand, in which inhabitants are forced to relocate to yet another anonymous site. For those who are not allowed to go back home, the sights of exile are just ersatz landscapes. Sometimes they may offer consolation. Oftentimes they work as hindrance. Many would say, "When I close my eyes, I can still see my hometown so vividly."

    This screening will be followed a discussion with film makers after the screening.


    RSVP suggested: (212) 759-9550. For more information or to confirm times, please visit the Korean Cultural Service New York website at www.koreanculture.org or call (212) 759-9550.


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  • Jae-Ho was born in Korea, and grew up in Seattle, Seoul, Virginia, and New Jersey. For his BFA he attended the Rhode Island School of Design where he studied Film/Video/Animation....


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