[Photos] Added new stills for the upcoming Korean movie "The Last Princess"
Added new stills for the upcoming Korean movie "The Last Princess",...More
[USA] Lee Min-ho coming to KCON 2016 LA @KCONUSA #KCON16LA
KCON 2016 LA Presented by Toyota revealed today that Lee Min-ho ("Boys Over Flowers", "City Hunter,...More
[Photos] Added new Gong Yoo stills for the upcoming Korean movie "The Age of Shadows"
Added new Gong Yoo stills for the upcoming Korean movie "The Age of Shadows",...More
Korean Air and Asiana Airlines are taking different approaches to deal with changes in industry conditions due to the growth of low-cost carriers...More
Today I talk about the always sad, always frustrating episode cutting and its latest victim, "Beautiful Mind". Ha Seok-jin is a busy man and he has two upcoming romantic dramas, so I share some media from those. Those looking for some romantic works between 35+ folks of similar age have three new dramas arriving soon which might interest them. Miscellaneous news are here, as usual and while I have been too busy to keep up with my own dramas, I can guarantee you it is because we have good things coming up at HanCinema...More
"The Good Wife" smacks us with a big twist in episode five, which changes a great deal about what we have known so far. It personally worries me in regards to the future, but perhaps it will be a good thing. The legal case this time involves Hye-kyeong's past social circle and with Tae-joon home, it just brings more sad memories to the surface. Meanwhile, Joong-won steps up his game and faces Tae-joon...More
Coming off of the popularity of the original "Mrs. Cop", "Mrs. Cop 2" quickly brings back the thrilling story of yet another ahjumma cop, this time, one with FBI training. Our heroine Go Yoon-jeong (Kim Seong-ryeong) returns to South Korea from the U.S. and is asked to fill in the spot left behind by our original squad chief Choi Yeong-jin (Kim Hee-ae), who is taking a break from police work...More
Situated a bit to the north of Jeonju with its very own rail station, Samrye appears to be, from my cursory analysis of Naver maps, a random college town. Admittedly, I've never been there. In "Night Song", though, Samrye appears to be something else entirely- an all-encompassing void lacking in both loud sparkle and quiet contemplation. It is here that aspiring film director Seung-woo (played by Lee Seon-ho) meets waitress Hee-in (played by Kim Bo-ra) and they set off in search of...something...More
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