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[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People" Episode 6

2017/02/14 | | Permalink

As Gil-dong goes about his happy-go-lucky merchant life, Amogae soon finds himself on the wrong end of the deal. Which seemed sort of inevitable. Amogae is, after all, a con artist who has enemies, and really failed to appreciate the extent to which his act of mercy could backfire. Honestly, it was kind of a dumb move for Amogae to let the poor woman wander about on her own when only a single mistake on her completely amateurish part was necessary to bring about disaster...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Voice" Episode 3

2017/02/14 | | Permalink

"Voice" is still centered around the intrigue of the episode's case. Through the case Kwon-joo proves her acute hearing skills to Jin-hyeok, but he's still a tough man to convince. Not much screen time is spent on his difficulties digesting the connection between them and their tortuous past, but the cliffhanger jerk's the story forward....More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Voice" Episode 4

2017/02/14 | | Permalink

For the brave souls on the "Golden Time" emergency responder team, the time of standing safely in the emergency call room is over. Sometimes emergencies catch them while they're in the field or in transit, which puts them in the line of danger. Will the fledgling team be able to work together when one of their own is taken by a kid who is all kinds of crazy?...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People" Episode 5

2017/02/13 | | Permalink

Gil-dong has taken Amogae's precautions too much to heart. He's just goofing around like a secondary character rather than the hero. Amogae, oddly enough, seems to be trying to avoid being the main character, even though his decisions drove all the action for the first four episodes. That's how we get to the main dramatic climax and aftermath here, which is just Amogae getting involved in a gang war while Gil-dong watches on helplessly...More

[HanCinema's Box Office Review]

2017/02/13 | | Permalink

"Fabricated City" ends "Confidential Assignment"'s three-week run at the top...

After three weeks as Korea's number, Kim Seong-hoon-III's action film "Confidential Assignment" was supplanted at the top of the chart by a new local entry over the second weekend of February; Kim's sophomore feature added 543,401 admissions (22.9%) during its fourth week out, moving its total tally now to 7.2 million ($51.6 million), but it was not enough for country's highest-grossing film of the year to secure a fourth-straight weekend at the top of the pile...More

[HanCinema's Digest] Cinema Snippets

2017/02/12 | | Permalink

Arts Desk reviews the DVD version of Na Hong-jin's "The Wailing", discover the long-standing relationship between South Korea cinema and the Berlin International Film Festival, Pierce Conran shares his thoughts on Lee Joon-ik's tenth film about Korea under Japanese occupation, and KoBiz's latest infographic reveals the common thread running through three of Korea's most recent successes...More

[HanCinema's Digest] Food Lovers' Lane

2017/02/12 | | Permalink

10 Magazine explores Korea's ' real ' Chinatown with an eye on authenticity, My Korean Kitchen shows us how to make a popular fish-shaped snack, the Korean Times puts Korean fine dining in the spotlight, and these three side dishes will take just 15 minutes or less...More

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