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FutureStarrOne to Watch: Korean Multi-Instrumentalist Jung Jaeil
Korean multi-instrumentalist Jung Jaeil is an expert at fusing melody with edge. His compositions have been featured in major motion pictures and TV series, and his work has gained global recognition recently with two Oscar-winning films under his belt.
Jung also composed the score for Squid Game, which has become one of Netflix's biggest hits ever. He seamlessly blended classical melodies into both films' soundtracks, and now Decca Records is releasing a new album by the musician.
Parasites are organisms that live inside or on another organism, such as worms, arthropods like lice and ticks, and protozoa.
Parasites come in all sizes and shapes, some easily visible with the naked eye while others may be invisible or hard to spot. Some live on or beneath the skin while others reside inside of us.
These parasites can cause a range of illnesses, from digestive issues to intestinal bacterial infection - and in some cases, even death.
Additionally, they can negatively impact the health of other animals and humans by interfering with their digestion processes and weakening their immunity. Furthermore, they have the potential to spread infectious disease via bite or by transferring infected feces.
Some parasites are obligate parasites, meaning they require a host to complete their life cycle. These types of parasites are known as zoonotic parasites.
Another type of parasite is a facultative parasite. This type requires no host to complete its life cycle and is commonly found in the intestines where they may be difficult to spot due to their small size and inconspicuous characteristics.
Parasites can be a serious health threat, so it's essential to be aware of your risks. One easy way to get a parasite is through contaminated food or water; when traveling especially, make sure your drinks only clean drinking water and eat only properly cooked meals.
If you have a parasite infection, you may experience symptoms such as skin rashes, abdominal pain, diarrhea, nausea or weight loss. Your doctor can diagnose the parasite and provide treatment options.
Avoid parasite infections by eating a nutritious diet and washing your hands after handling raw vegetables or other food items. Furthermore, steer clear of outdoor activities which could expose you to various parasites, such as swimming in polluted water.
Parasites play a central role in director Bong Joon-ho's latest film. It offers an intriguing and thought-provoking take on class that's packed with nuanced, powerful and resonant themes. It's one of the year's best-made films, making it definitely one to watch.
Jung Jaeil is a South Korean composer and multi-instrumentalist who has collaborated with some of K-pop's biggest names. His compositions for Squid Game and Parasite have garnered widespread international acclaim.
Squid Game's soundtrack is especially noteworthy, incorporating quotes from the Bible book of Psalms into its songs. This makes for an engaging and emotional piece of music, with lyrics exploring life and death.
Musically, it's not overly harsh or fast-paced; this helps keep things from feeling too repetitive or disjointed.
Squid Game invites 456 people who are facing financial ruin to join in a deadly competition based on children's games such as Red Light, Green Light, the candy-stabbing Dalgona challenge and marbles. The victor takes home an impressive sum of money.
At first, the competition was meant to be enjoyable. But soon enough, players realized they must win a series of challenges which proved bloody and deadly.
People often copy games from television shows in real life. At a Korean cultural center in Abu Dhabi, two teams of 15 played Red Light, Green Light and other titles from the show.
While the contest was intended to be enjoyable, it quickly devolved into a brutal fight, with kids beating up those who lost. As a result, school authorities have informed parents and promised to take steps to curb violence in the future.
Creator Hwang Dong-hyuk set out to create spaces and visuals unlike anything in his homeland, offering viewers a unique perspective through the characters' lives. What ensued was an international sensation that captured millions of viewers across the globe.
Netflix's show has rapidly built a devoted following, boasting more than 142 million subscribers in its first month of streaming. It is one of the most successful shows on the platform, ranking number one in 94 countries.
Listening, as the name implies, involves paying attention to what's going on around you. It's a valuable skill both at work and outside of work for those who interact regularly with humans. By practicing listening skills, you may be able to recognize trends or potential issues early on and avoid costly errors later down the line.
One popular use for listening is eavesdropping, or more precisely, "listening in." Unfortunately, this handy little trick may prove somewhat annoying to those whose home has a noisy family room.
You can tell a lot about someone by their posture and facial expression, so take time to observe who's speaking. The most attentive men usually lean forward or show some interest in the speaker - an indication that they are paying attention. This type of behaviour should be rewarded with either a pat on the back or well-aimed handshake.
The primary disadvantage to this form of communication is it can be difficult to detect when someone isn't paying attention. That's where extra effort pays off, particularly when it comes to developing and maintaining positive working relationships with customers and colleagues.
Jung Jaeil is an accomplished musician, composer and director who's quickly gained notoriety in the music industry. He's collaborated with some of Korea's biggest names as well as international artists like IU (IU).
Although he didn't attend a traditional music conservatory, that didn't stop him from developing his musical talent. By combining an innate knack for melody with the determination to explore sounds beyond themselves, he was able to craft some of Korea's biggest number one hits.
He's an accomplished musician with a diverse background, drawing from both classical and popular influences to create his work. Additionally, he incorporates famous musical quotations from classic composers such as Bach, Brahms, Schubert and Arvo Part into his soundtracks for an elegant touch that blends classical music with contemporary sensibilities.
His latest album, Listen, is a piano-driven work featuring cinematic strings. It's an enchantingly tender and beautiful album full of emotion.
His music has an experimental dance performance feel, intentionally stagger over itself to paint vivid pictures in your mind. It's captivating and addictive - the kind of music that will have you wanting to listen again and again.
He recently signed with Decca Records and will release his new album, Psalms, in July. Originally released in Korea, this collection commemorates the 40th anniversary of the Gwangju Democratic Uprising by incorporating verses from the Bible book of Psalms into each song.
It's an a capella work of stunning effect, resembling both medieval chants and Arvo Part. He did a delightful subtitled interview for Universal Music about the album and other unexpected aspects of his life which you can read below.
Jung Jaeil's career as a musician and composer extends beyond music; he collaborates with Hyundai Motor Group on their sound systems for vehicles such as the Kia K7 ('Sound of Nature 2').