ⅰ) Life of Casanova
ⅱ) Women of Casanova
ⅲ) Words of Casanova
ⅳ) Casanova in Korea
Have you ever heard or read the article about ‘Myung Dong Casanova’? ‘Myung Dong Casanova’ was a married man who made love with more than 200 hundreds women. He had two luxurious cafeterias in Myung Dong which is one of the thriving towns in Seoul, and he met a lot of women who visited his cafeteria. At last, he was traced by his wife and her family, so they required to him to divorce and enormous consolation money; 1billion won.
By the way, the thing that I was interested in this article, he was called to ‘Casanova’. I found ‘Casanova’ in the English-English dictionary. The definition was ‘Casanova: n infml, often derog a man who has(or claims to have) a lot of female lovers(from Giacomo Casanova(1725-1798), an Italian man famous because he claimed to have had sex with very many women)’ . Just like these cases, when we called someone as Casanova, we only focused to his character like playboy.
1)『감각의 순례자 카사노바』, 김준목 지음, 시공사, (2002)
2)『카사노바의 맛있는 유혹』, Ruth Bombosch, 디자인 하우스 (2000)