* Date : 2017-09-21
4 Angles Ep.187
The Great Kanto Earthquake and Massacre of Ethnic Koreans in Japan
In 1923, some 6,000 ethnic Koreans were brutally massacred in the aftermath of the magnitude 7.9-earthquake that devastated Kanto in Japan. The massacre began as the Japanese government spread rumors of a planned riot by Koreans in a scheme to divert public attention from social unrest. 94 years have passed. Instead of trying to reveal the truth and soothe the souls who died the horrible death, the Japanese government is trying to hide the past. 4Angles zooms in on the massacre and asks what should be done from now on.
Changing Society – The Big Issue
The Big Issue" was founded in the United Kingdom in 1991 to offer homeless people the opportunity to earn a legitimate income and help them reintegrate into mainstream society. A total of 800 homeless people have worked for the magazine and about 70 former homeless individuals have moved into public housing. Learn more about The Big Issue Korea and how it changed the lives of people.
Changing Role of Cafes - "Coffice"
A café is a type of restaurant serving various refreshments. However, its role has been changing in recent years as more people are choosing to study and work there. With Wi-Fi access, multiple outlets near every chair and comfortable seating, cafes are often the best option to power through all timely projects while getting a dose of caffeine. Let's zoom in on this trend and how today's cafes are satisfying the changing demands of customers.
Youth Yun I-sang Ensemble
Yun I-sang enjoyed a worldwide stature throughout his prolific career, yet he barely received the recognition he deserved in his homeland due to political prosecution. In celebration of the centennial year of the composer's birth, The Youth Yun I-sang Ensemble sheds new light on the music and life of Yun I-sang.