JERUSALEM - Israel's 60th anniversary has come and gone. So, too, has President George W. Bush's final visit to the Middle East. Amidst the celebrations and the soul-searching, no meaningful breakthrough in the deadlocked Israeli-Palestinian negotiations is visible.
There are immediate reasons why this is so: Israeli [Read more]
Beef was a rare commodity in early-1970s Korea -- rare and expensive as precious metal! Even though my parents were then part of the middle class, they couldn't easily afford beef for their three boys. Still, our family was fortunate. Every Saturday evening, my mother would cook a meager 600 grams of bulgogi for our [Read more]