In an era characterized by ceaseless connectivity, rapid technological advancements, and the relentless pursuit of productivity, Byung-Chul Han's groundbreaking essay, "The Burnout Society," emerges as a poignant exploration of the contemporary individual's struggle to cope with the demands of late-modern society. Han's work delves deep into the core of our hyperactive, performance-driven culture, shedding light on the distressing consequences of living in a world that celebrates positivity and convenience at the cost of genuine human experience.
|Pachinko the series is available in streaming on Apple TV|
I recently had the pleasure of delving into the mesmerizing world of Min Jin Lee's Pachinko (2017), a literary masterpiece that sweeps you off your feet and takes you on an unforgettable journey through time and generations. I’m now ready to watch the first season of the critically acclaimed TV series starring Korean actor Lee Minho among others and I eagerly anticipate the release of the second season. Now, I can't help but share my immense enthusiasm for this extraordinary family saga.