KOBIZ interviews Director Han Jun-hee and actress Kim Go-eun-I, Modern Cinema Cinema reviews two Korean films that made it to Cannes, and Fabien previews two local films set for release this week...More
Ever thought of adding kimchi to your pizza?, a Korean food tour for hipsters, Beyond Kimchi shares a cheap and hearty dish from the 40s, and the Korean Tourism Organization gives travels and locals some intel on seasonal delights...More
Are young Korean brides happy?, The Korean Herald explores Korea's luxury Fetish, Ha Jeong-woo's artworks on display in Seongnam, and Former U.S. Ambassador Donald Gregg shares his experiences from his time in Asia...More
Take a trip back through Korea's recent history through pictures of its people, see shots of Gangnum's last slums before they're demolished, Robert Koehler captures Gwanghwamun Gate, and Seoul State of Mind expires "Calmversation"...More
It would appear that "Orange Marmalade" has decided to take the more sensible route of having one normal-length episode instead of airing two somewhat shorter ones air right after the other. Well, good. The last two episodes only had about one episode worth of plot anyway, and this episode moves along quite zippily. By the end the particulars of the romance are clearly established, as well as countless other important, intriguing plot points...More
This episode doesn't have much in the way of interaction, be it direct or indirect, between Tae-woon and Ji-na. So I don't have much choice except to address the main weakness of "My Unfortunate Boyfriend"- its rather light storyline. Frequently I find myself forgetting what the conflict is even supposed to be. Aside from the lovelines this is just a corporate plot with little to no urgency. It's odd how even though the stakes are higher with Tae-woon and Hee-cheol, the relationship as a whole feels a lot less important than the one between Ji-na and Hye-m...More
This episode was as disjointed as the last episode was cohesive - it jumped around all over the place! It was a desperate attempt to heighten excitement that ended in a mishmash of badly intercut scenes. There were some good moments, but the sloppy editing detracted from the juicier character beats.
There was a montage of scenes that cut from Hyeon-jeong and Moon-hak to Mo-ran and Soon-ok that were so poorly planned that it severed the flow of the story and instead seemed spastic...More
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2015 51st PaekSang Arts Awards