Chen (played by Park Ki-woong) is a Chinese eel farmer who smuggles himself into South Korea to get his eels tested, in an effort to figure out the transnational reasons behind familial business failures. Incidentally, Chen looks very hot with his shirt off and is surprisingly good at fighting people as long as he's not blindsided. There's just one problem. Try as he might, Chen will forever be marked by the fact that he was "Made In China"...More
While no high school student has an especially strong positive attitude toward school the students in "School Riot" have it particularly rough. Their campus literally appears to be falling apart. It also metaphorically appears to be falling apart, in that students frequently openly disrespect teachers. Alas, the title is a bit misleading. There is no riot in "School Riot". In actuality this is just the story of how Lee Hyuk became a teacher at this school and taught the students about music...More
South Korea's catchy cuisine takes to the screen in a new festival starting in July, Korean Bapsang has another hot recipe for your Summer BBQ, My Korean Kitchen shares its secret for a tangy dipping sauce, and would you try a jellyfish salad?...More
There is still time to sign up for a free online course on South Korean history, Tragedy strikes young actress, South Korea's 'comfort woman' weekly protests continue, and do North Koreans love K-pop, too?...More
Top tips for travel from expats, the Korean Herald sniffs out Bangsan Market, what to do in Korea in Summer, and MERS outbreak information...More
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The first half of "Prince of Prince" certainly had its charms, what with moving so outrageously quickly that I could barely keep track of what was happening. Here though, the story goes the more traditional route of having good guys and villains. And in this regard the lack of serious buildup is a much more serious problem. For all practical intents and purposes these story points come out of nowhere, and the flashbacks don't offer much of a convincing reminder as to who these basically crazy people are...More
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