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The Manifesto of an Optimistic Nihilist
A simple yet daring idea to make the world a better place
“DECIDING WHETHER or not life is worth living is to answer the fundamental question in philosophy,” said French philosopher and writer Albert Camus*. Discovering the meaning of life has been the greatest challenge to humanity. To quench our thirst for purpose, countless schools of thoughts and religious doctrines have provided their own understanding of life and the world. Ironically, these ideas that give life a deeper meaning were used to take lives. By invoking their beliefs and ideologies, zealots and fanatics have justified wars, genocides, and other acts of terror throughout history. Tho
The Pub of our Twenties
Welcoming the innovators of Sinchon Pubs: the owners of Maek ju ba da
“MAEK JU BA DA FIRST opened in 2011 and we are nearly reaching our tenth anniversary. Back then, beer pubs around Sinchon just solddrinks over the counter, but we wanted to try something newadding chairs and tables to the equation. At first, our friends and acquaintances tried to stop us, saying that our idea wasn’t so innovative. However, to this day, we have no regrets in starting this business, as many other shops are now following our footsteps. Nowadays we have many young customers who are informed about different types of beer and know how to appreciate the tastesand we thi