KBFD will air a special two-part news documentary next Friday and Saturday at 6 p.m. titled “Korean Style in Honolulu.” Math teacher and coach of the math team at the Washington Intermediate School, Mr. Sung Man Park has taken his math team to a state championship title for eight consecutive years in Hawaii. Park dreams of taking his public school students to U.S. Nationals in Washington, D.C., and then onto the World Math competition held in Seoul, Korea.
KAILUA-KONA — Associated with sophisticated atmospheres and classical music, orchestra concerts can leave an impression of having a low-key approach to music and a night of entertainment.
KAILUA-KONA — With a smile on his face and surrounded by jovial family, friends and fans, it was hard to tell that just a short time ago, Keikilani Lindsey was fighting for his life.
The “finger heart” is often used by South Korean celebrities but now even main stream public and politicians also use the finger gesture as a sign of love. By crossing your thumb over the index finger, you create what looks like a heart. It’s one of those trends that caught on uniquely in South Korea. Recently, North Korean leader Kim Jong-un was seen in a photo with the South Korean president Moon Jae-in with Mountain Paekdu in the background making the finger heart. The history of the finger heart is unknown and many celebrities claim they started the finger trend. Celebrities such as G-Dragon claimed he started the trend while Kim He-soo also climes she started the trend several years ago.