[Lily's Take] Kang Ha-neul #The Good Boy Image, Scandals and His Last Kiss
As I watched the actor Kang Ha-neul on the talk show "The Life Bar", I would describe him in one w,...More
Updated cast for the upcoming Korean drama "Mystery Queen"
Updated cast for the upcoming Korean drama "Mystery Queen",...More
[Hot Takes from the Noonas] Seo In-guk's agency confirms enlistment date
Bad news for the fans who were hoping he would squeeze in one more drama before his army service: ,...More
Watching "Fabricated City" is like watching a "Hackers" and "The Fast and The Furious" mash up studded with the biggest names in Korean entertainment. Director Park Kwang-hyeon ("Welcome to Dongmakgol", "No Comment") and his team create a world that mimics an fast-paced game, geared towards action and adventure more than depicting reality. Headlining this tale is Ji Chang-wook of "The K2" and "Healer". Ji is known for his work in action-packed dramas and that experience serves him well as Kwon Yoo, a genius gamer, a taekwondo master, and a man falsely accused of a grotesque murder...More
One factor about gay media in South Korea that reather fascinates me is how homosexuality never seems to be that big an issue. I mean, obviously the gay people themselves are aware of the larger stigmas, but this is always secondary to the work they produce which is a celebration of people rather than gayness. So it is with "Miracle on Jongno Street", a documentary which goes over four different gay lives who are united in their sense of overall community...More
Despite being a 2009 film based on the concept of the mobile phone, when smart phones were not the rule yet, "Hand Phone" seems to be even timelier today, since people seem more attached than ever to their phones...More
With a star studded cast boasting the small-screen return of both Kim Woo-bin and Suzy, I was excited to start watching "Uncontrollably Fond". Luckily, I was not disappointed. The drama kept me emotionally invested throughout its run and broke my heart along the way. It follows celebrity Sin Joon-yeong's (Kim Woo-bin) life closely as he learns that he only has a few months to live. Meanwhile his old love, Noh-eul (Suzy), happens to work as a producer on his documentary. Needless to say, their working relationship leads to rekindled romance as well as heart-wrenching scenes of coping with the brutal reality together...More
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