'Grandpas Over Flowers' Lee Seo-jin says to Choi Ji-woo, "I didn't know you wore makeup"
'Grandpas Over Flowers' visited Meteora, the monastery "suspended in the air" in Greece, The Apri,...More
This mystery's format somewhat disappointedly takes the same overall thrust as the last one. We discover, as expected, that the apparent victim in this case isn't quite so innocent as he may have initially appeared. What's more, there's a lot of lateral thinking involved here to figure out just how far this conspiracy extends, and how many characters have hidden agendas and past crimes that they're making a point of covering up...More
Acquiring and maintaining stardom contain different necessities than acquiring and maintaining a stable career and prestige as an artist. Stardom often depends on starring in successful works and being very prolific. Audiences get easily impressed by new things and move on quickly unless thoroughly engaged and hooked. This is especially true for the Korean drama industry. Gong Yoo is an odd case of someone whose acquired fame has kept him relative despite the sparsity of his works. He is also someone who is now branching out...More
Ernie is a young boy who's a bit of a pest. He insists on narrating everything. Oh, and I guess he kind of sort causes unnecessary dangerous catatrophes for no real reason, but personally, it's the narration that really got to me. Stop acting like we're friends Ernie. You're an obnoxious brat who makes me long for the good old days when we used to beat disobedient children with rods. Unfortunately the good old days in "Dino Time" are rather a more romantic lot, featuring obviously carnivorous and obviously herbivorous dinosaurs living in apparent mutual harmony...More
"Twenty" makes it way to America, Fabien presents three new Korean releases for Modern Korean Cinema, CJ Entertainment reaches out to fans on Facebook with new initiative, and reservations for "Avengers: Age of Ultron" start flooding in...More
Sue and Holly have some delicious, and spicy, recipes for us, Seoul Eats reviews a new restaurant in Gangnum, and Stir-fried Fish Cake anyone?...More
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