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Nintendo announces Switch remake of “Legend of Zelda” series

Nintendo announces Switch remake of “Legend of Zelda” series

Irene Kim | April 29, 2021

In celebration of the 35th anniversary of the Legend of Zelda franchise, Nintendo announced that they will release a Nintendo Switch remake for classic Zelda games, including “Wind Waker,” “Twilight...

HSSC hosts another E-Sports Tournament

HSSC hosts another E-Sports Tournament

Irene Kim | April 12, 2021

The HSSC rehosted the E-Sports Tournament on March 26, after their successful online E-Sports Tournament last semester. The tournament was both held live and virtually, with the League of Legends Tournament...

Sia’s latest film “Music” sparks controversy

Sia’s latest film “Music” sparks controversy

Irene Kim | March 16, 2021

Sia’s recent release of her self-directed and written film titled “Music,” has caused multiple controversies and uproar from the public. The plot of “Music” revolves around the main character...

Electronic music duo Daft Punk announces break up

Electronic music duo Daft Punk announces break up

Irene Kim | March 16, 2021

Daft Punk, the worldwide famous French electronic music duo, announced their break up after 28 years of collaboration. Consisting of musicians Guy-Manuel de Homem Christo and Thomas Bangalter, the duo...

Deepfake controversy shocks the Korean entertainment industry

Deepfake controversy shocks the Korean entertainment industry

Irene Kim | February 14, 2021

In South Korea, the public has increasingly called for the punishment of producers and distributors for inappropriate deep fake videos, especially manipulated pornographic videos and photos involving female...

Disney and Pixar release new animation film “Soul”

Disney and Pixar release new animation film “Soul”

Irene Kim | February 14, 2021

Disney and Pixar’s latest film, “Soul,” was released on Jan. 20. “Soul” is an animated comedy-drama film about a jazz pianist who faces a near-death experience and gets caught in the afterlife,...

CGV and Lotte Cinemas change policy of screening Netflix movies

CGV and Lotte Cinemas change policy of screening Netflix movies

Irene Kim | December 4, 2020

The latest Netflix original film, “Hillbilly Elegy,” hit the cinemas of South Korea’s largest movie chains, CGV and Lotte Cinema, on Nov. 11. Multiplexes in Korea continued to boycott the screenings...

New e-scooter regulations concern the public

New e-scooter regulations concern the public

Irene Kim | December 4, 2020

Recently, loosened regulations on electric scooters have been bringing up safety concerns among the Korean public. During May, the National Assembly passed a new version of the Road Traffic Law in order...

KBO postseason excites baseball fans

KBO postseason excites baseball fans

Irene Kim | December 2, 2020

The postseason of the KBO (Korean Baseball Organization) officially began on Oct. 5,  as the NC Dinos defeated the SK Wyverns, picking up the Wild Card berth and earning a spot in the best of five...

Disney’s live action movie “Mulan” sparks controversy

Disney’s live action movie “Mulan” sparks controversy

Irene Kim | October 21, 2020

Disney’s live action movie “Mulan” has been embroiled in controversy  recently after its release in September. Although many were looking forward to this movie, the public was not satisfied...

Sports teams find other ways to entertain fans

Sports teams find other ways to entertain fans

Irene Kim | April 20, 2020

With the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, various well-known and significant sports events have been cancelled. Having multiple basketball players, like Rudy Gobert and Kevin Durant, tested positive...

News Briefs

News Briefs

Irene Kim | April 20, 2020

SIS officially announces to extend virtual learning until May  With the continued reported cases of the coronavirus in Korea, SIS officially announced that they will extend virtual learning until May...