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* Date : 2007-01-15

  

  

  

  

 






 

 

<Cinema Odyssey>
This special documentary consists of six segments focusing on the present and future of Asian movies, from Thailand, Iran, India, Central Asian and Korea. Tune in to this special edition to learn about their stories and the film’s unique formats as well as to take a look at the future prospects of Asian films.
* VOD service for the program cannot be available due to copyright concerns.

<Science and Technology Is the Future of Korea>
Science and technology can alter the world, as proven through history. The advancement of science has been a driving force to improve human life and to create better politics, society, and cultural systems. Compared to 30 years ago, the most significant changes affecting people’s lives today involve technologies such as the Internet, computers and cellular phones. Thanks to the Internet and wireless technology, our uniformed society has turned into one that describes commonality as well as individual diversity. This special program answers the question, “What does the near future hold with this technology evolution?” Will our daily lives, way of thoughts, and point of view be changed by the science and technology? Tune into our special program to find out the answers.

Part 1. The Ubiquitous Age Will Change the World
Part 2. Robot, the Dream of Human Evolution!
Part 3. Digital Convergence: The Cornerstone of the Ubiquitous Age

* VOD service for the program cannot be available due to copyright concerns.   

<Savory Korea>
Since Korean kimchi was thought to help prevent the SARS (Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome) virus, this and the continuing outbreaks of the bird flu has drawn the attention of health-conscious people from around the world to Korean cuisine.  As “food is medicine,” this special documentary looks at the effect natural ingredients have in preventing diseases. The program also introduces recipes from Korea’s traditional cuisine that have been passed down for centuries. One such type of Korean food is Royal Palace Cuisine (Gung-jung Eum-shik), which has already gained world-wide attention. Thanks to the Korean drama series, “Daejanggum,” the benefits from rich and magnificent palace and Buddhist temple cuisines (Sa-chal Eum-shik) to both body and soul were made known to a wider audience. Tune in to Arirang TV’ s special edition consisting of 2 parts entitled, “Romantic Palace Flavors, Gung-jung Eum-shik” (Part 1) and “Scents of a Mountain Temple, Sa-chal Eum-shik” (Part 2), which provides modern society with traditional Korean cuisine’s secrets for a healthy and joyful life.

<Mystery of Asia>
Westerners call the Asian culture “mysterious.” To Asians, however, it’s just a way of life that is scientific.
“Mystery of Asia” is a documentary showcasing the large and small elements that make up Asian culture. To foreigners, the topics may seem exotic -- Shamanism, Eastern medicine, martial arts and the Kama Sutra are some of the subjects touched upon in the series. But to residents in Asia, these themes are a part of history as well as modern life.
Tune in and discover the tradition, soul and wisdom behind the Asian lifestyle. That way, it won’t be a mystery anymore.

1. Ninja, A journey of finding the shadow
Ninjas thrived during the dark ages known as the Warrior Period. Everyone knew about them and their ideology. This episode covers one Westerner’s journey to understand the fact that ninjas were a very real part of Japanese history.

2. Erotica, It runs through the earth
The Kama is known to be the most important type of pleasure, one that takes precedence over even religious perfection. It also had little to do with status, academics and wealth. In fact, in India, sexuality is part of the Sage’s lineage. What are some of the things ancient Indians attained through sexuality? Find out on this episode of “Mystery of Asia.”

3. Judgement of Character
Humans have long read each other’s faces. Experts can even decipher one’s past and future just from looking at the visage. This episode poses seven questions about the face. A representative motto? “We can change our faces through effort, and the changed face can change destiny.”

4. Qi, the Universe in you
What exactly is ki-energy? And how does it serve as the basis for numerous unsolved phenomena? Tune in and explore the world of ki-energy. You’ll discover that the human body and spirit make up one very distinct microcosm.

5. Between
Ever wonder how a shaman in Korea leads a spiritual, active life amid the industrial and technology-driven climate of modern times? This episode takes viewers inside the private lives of Shamans, shedding light on how Shaman believes play a part in everyday Korean life.

6. Genghis Khan, the memory of the wind
Follow two artists as they journey to the hometown of Genghis Khan and re-experience the legend’s greatness. Through meeting intriguing people and visiting enlightening places, they learn the true meaning of this unforgettable figure and about the history of Mongolia.

7. Singing with spirits
Khoomy is a specific type of traditional vocal music sung with the throat. The song arises from the spirit, which adds to the art’s elusive and fascinating air. Unearth the mysteries of khoomy.

8. Sky burial, returning to life through death (Working title)
The setting is a temple in northern Tibet. The situation? Foreigners are prohibited from entering territory around the temple because a body, surrounded by eagles, is being carried. This is the venue for traditional Tibetan funerals, also known as sky burials. This film reveals the hidden philosophy of Tibetan life and death, a secret that has been sustained for  centuries.

9.  Elixir of Life 
The human race has dreamt about immortality since the beginning of its history. This episode zooms in on a herb for eternal youth – one that has been sought by generations of ancient doctors and royal cooks. Dive into the mysteries of Asian medicinal herbs.

10. Desire for Emptiness
Western countries have satiated the human desire to fly through science and mechanics. Asia, in contrast, has tried to transcend gravity by using “Kyungongsul” (flying skills). Re-discover the origin of Asian martial arts.

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