Sometime last summer Jennifer Kim told me she was keenly interested in collaborating with Nariba Shepherd for a proposed Monday Night Foodball, the Reader’s ongoing weekly guest chef pop-up series […]
A solo show by artist Hyun Jung Jun at Goldfinch Gallery in East Garfield Park.
Chung Ha’s unmistakable ferocity is palpable immediately upon hearing her music or watching her videos. She’s among the biggest K-pop artists of the moment, and her rise to stardom wasn’t […]
South Korean producer Park Hye Jin makes evocative house music for late nights. On her new EP, How Can I (Ninja Tune), her vocal delivery and production are poised and […]
A vacation sounds pretty good right about now, doesn’t it? Or it would in a world without COVID-19, large-scale lockdowns, and an overabundance of existential dread. Seoul-based Korean/Japanese duo Tengger […]
Shopping at K-Pop of Chinatown is as close as you can get to Shinee and BTS without a concert ticket.
Your guide to visual arts in the city this weekend.
A new study examines just how early Asian-American children start outperforming their peers, and ponders why it happens.
Why do North and South Korea want to exchange trains?