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From a discussion on the themes in K-pop to the elderly driving in Japan, Simon and Martina have a lot to talk about this week on Eat Your Kimchi!
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22 Nov 2016 - 10:51 AM  UPDATED 28 Nov 2016 - 4:48 PM

What do Simon and Martina have to chat about this week on Eat Your Kimchi?

  • One of Simon's favourite artists returns after 18 years - American hip-hop group A Tribe Called Quest, who are renowned for having political and social themes in their music
  • Due to current political climate in South Korea, where are these political and social themes in K-pop?
  • Korean indie scene probably more suited for heavier themes, but unfortunately, the scene is still struggling.
  • An entertaining visit to Japanese amusement part Fuhi-Q Highland!
  • Driving is a bit of an issue in Japan - government trying to get elderly drivers to "graduate"!

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