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Lee Young-ae Hints at Her Upcoming TV Series

Source | 2017/01/21 | | Permalink

Actress Lee Young-ae is making a comeback with the new TV series "Saimdang: Light's Diary" to be aired late this month.

The TV series is about one of the most famous women in Korean history, Shin Saimdang, a renowned artist and writer during the Chosun Dynasty...More

Today's Photo: January 21, 2017 [3]

Source | 2017/01/21 | | Permalink

Actress Park Shin-hye attends a promotional event for a handbag brand in Seoul on Friday...More

Today's Photo: January 21, 2017 [2]

Source | 2017/01/21 | | Permalink

Visitors pose with a wax figure of U.S. President Donald Trump at a museum in Seoul on Friday...More

Today's Photo: January 21, 2017 [1]

Source | 2017/01/21 | | Permalink

Staff shovel snow at a park in the administrative city of Sejong on Friday...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Goblin" Episode 14

2017/01/20 | | Permalink

So even though a really big point has been made about how the Goblin will die if the sword is ever pulled out, apparently by "die" what everyone actually meant was "get sent to icy purgatory for several years". This will end his suffering somehow. The logic of this rather escapes me, since being an immortal God in modern Seoul would seem to be a great deal more enjoyable than wandering the desert, and the Goblin ends up back there anyway except that no one remembers who he is...More

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