Major Players will Participate at The CJ Cup from October 18 – 21

Major players such as Brooks Koepka, who won two majors this season, and Jason Day, who made a glorious comeback by winning multiple times this season, announced their participation in THE CJ CUP, in addition to ‘defending champion’ Justin Thomas.   View Article

Major Players will Participate at The CJ Cup from October 18 – 21

Major players such as Brooks Koepka, who won two majors this season, and Jason Day, who made a glorious comeback by winning multiple times this season, announced their participation in THE CJ CUP, in addition to ‘defending champion’ Justin Thomas.   View Article

CJ CUP Tees Off for a Second Year on Jeju Island

The second edition of the CJ CUP @ NINE BRIDGES kicks off in Jeju tomorrow and players will once again tee off for Korea’s only PGA Tour event at the Club at Nine Bridges. The 78-player field looks tougher than last year as it includes 12 major champions competing in the tournament this weekend. All 78 participants will play through the weekend with a total prize money pot of $9.5 million and 500 FedEx Cup points.

Prepare to Brave SoCal’s Spookiest Cinema Lobby

Ghoulies shall lurk near the concessions counter at the CGV Cinemas Buena Park 8 during select October hours. CGV Cinemas Buena Park 8 will once again invite a cadre of creepy characters to haunt its lobby, concession counter, and theater-lined hallways over several spooky October nights. Those creepy characters — think zombie types, frightful moaners, and shambling figures — will call upon the movie-loving destination every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday night in October. The undead begin their reign after 7 in the evening on those days, so best not show for a matinee if you'd like to experience some of the light mayhem, or at least giggles and stares, that the eerie visitors will bring to the cinematic scene.

South Korea eSports Network OGN to Invest at Least $100 Million in North America, Plans Big Partnership with Battle Royale Giant PUBG

Electronic sports producer and network OGN is making its way across the Pacific, announcing on Wednesday it plans to launch in the U.S. — and will spend upward of $100 million to produce live events and other esports content. As part of the new expansion, OGN, whose parent company is based in South Korea, will partner with PUBG Corp — the publisher of the hit title PlayerUnknown Battlegrounds — and will pour vast sums nto the North American market. OGN has also produced over 500 global esports leagues and events in over 150 countries since launching in 2000. To this day, the broadcaster and producer still creates over 3,000 hours per year of esports and gaming-related content, which generate about 200 million total live stream views annually.

Fast-Casual Korean Eatery Expanding to Fashion Valley

Currently on track to open 50 new branches in the next 5 years, Bibigo is building an outpost in Fashion Valley Mall. The stand-alone Fashion Valley eatery will be part of the River Plaza section of the mall and will have a more upmarket and elevated feel. Scheduled to debut in early 2019, it’ll still serve the hot stone bibimbap bowls that it’s known for, but the Bibigo 2.0 menu will be enhanced with more grilled meat options, small plates, and other chef-created dishes as well as a new mandu (Korean dumpling) bar.