Kim Soo-hyeon-I and IU to star in a drama together called "Producer"?
Singer "IU" and actor Kim Soo-hyeon-I could be starring together in the KBS 2TV entertainment dram,...More
K-pop boy group Big Bang enchanted an audience of about 30,000 during a recent concert in Tokyo, YG Entertainment, the agency of the five-member boy group, said on Sunday.
The group performed a finale for the Tokyo Girls Collection 2015 S/S, one of the largest fashion events in Japan, on Saturday and sang four of its hit songs including "Tonight", "Hands Up" and "Fantastic Baby"...More
No boy or girl group has been working as hard or for as long as Shinhwa, a first-generation boy group that broke into the music scene in 1998.
The six-member K-pop act has been performing for the past 17 years and has released 12 studio albums, including its latest "We", which was released on Thursday...More
We find out here that the ultimate point of "Snowy Road" was for Jong-boon to give Eun-soo the strength to move forward by reliving her own awful experience at the camps. In many ways the situation was so horrific as to be inexplicable, and Eun-soo raises an excellent question. Why should Jong-boon feel ashamed about what happened, when the whole situation was the fault of the Japanese? Jong-boon's dry replies soon demonstrate that Eun-soo was missing the point. The shame, and the cure for the shame, lies less in Jong-boon's situation as it does the nature of the human condition...More
The storyline is mostly simplified here. We have the core of the family unit generally arguing about the extent of Joon-hee's betrayal, and this is for a time interrupted by the marriage considerations of Dong-joo. While the advantage of this more streamlined storytelling is that it's fairly easy to figure out what's going on, it does lead into another rather awkward problem. I genuinely just really don't care...More
All right, it's not just my imagination. At one point this episode the repetitive political arguments get so boring they even manage to put another character to sleep. Is this what "Jing Bi-rok" is trying to do? Get me to sympathize with King Seonjo's inability to properly respond to the situation by pointing out that his ministers are describing what's happening in a completely uninteresting, unegaging way? Well, mission accomplished, I guess...More
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