Posted by: rbbadger | August 24, 2010

Driving Miss Daisy

The Myung-dong Theatre was newly renovated this past year.  Since then, they’ve put on a fairly adventurous season.  They’ve had Shakespeare plays translated into Korean, mostly recently with King Lear.  The latest offering is Driving Miss Daisy

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  1. Wow! I’d like to see it in Korean. Good stories are universal.

  2. It is a great story. I found it interesting, especially as it showed the lives of Jews in the South. I wonder if they use regional accents and 사투리 in the Korean translation. South Jeolla, perhaps?


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