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Kim So-hyeon-I shows off her long 16 year old legs
Teen Actress Kim So-hyeon-I (16) showed off her superior legs. She is getting attention because o,...More
"Three Meals a Day", Lee Seo-jin blurts out "If I marry Choi Ji-woo, not bringing her to Jeongseon County". Should we be making too much of it?
Actor Lee Seo-jin blurts some private affection towards Choi Ji-woo. In a Jeongseon County episod,...More
Will Kim Tae-hee dodge the 'acting' controversy this time around with "Yong Pal?"
Actress Kim Tae-hee is very matter of fact. Even confronted by questions of the controversy regard,...More
The Korean drama industry is at a time where productions desperately try to mix every element imaginable in order to cover as many needs as possible. With ratings having severely declined over the past few years, many shows end up a mix of genres, tone and ideas. Occasionally that works, but some just become convoluted beyond repair. "Yong Pal" might be in danger of this, but its premise does have potential...More
Before and during the Korean War, the South Korean government made a point of murdering people, often in large numbers, on the suspicion of their being Communists. Disturbingly, the elderly interviewees in "Red Tomb" have taken this as such a matter-of-fact detail of life that they barely even flinch when director Gu Jahywan or anyone else asks them where the bodies are buried. This is the face of successful government-sponsored mass-murder- No Regret, no anger, this was just a thing that happened...More
In "Sprout", seven-year-old Bo-ri (played by Kim Soo-an) goes on an epic quest to go find vegetables. Bo-ri isn't exactly mentally equipped for this journey, being only a small child who is easily distracted. Even so, Bo-ri makes a strike for independence and journeys on a miniature road trip guided only by her feet. "Sprout" is no thriller- Bo-ri's neighborhood is just, well, a typical Korean neighborhood. Or is it?...More
These actress, going against Korean and Hollywood blockbusters like "The Assassination" and "Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation", chose fresh genres not familiar to the Korea box office to do battle with.
Whether these actresses, who have proven their acting talents and ability to sell tickets in previous movies of theirs, will continue riding the wave of success they are on is of high interest...More
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