Here we see "She Gets Married Thrice" take a vacation from itself. I really can't think of a better way to describe it. For the first time in a really, really long time, Seul-gi spends the entire episode smiling. There's no sense of fear or panic. She's just cute and happy being able to spend time with people who clearly appreciate having her around. Poor Seul-gi really needed this so bad, and it's wonderful that she's able to enjoy herself around people who aren't so pretentious and obsessed with manipulating each other.
Like Gwang-mo. I love the way this drama has rehabilitated his character from the impulsive, generally obnoxious guy he was at the beginning to man who here is really just heavily focused on the needs of other people...More
This episode opens up with a flashback to a rather essential series of events that involve the three main characters. Don't get your hopes up in terms of exposition- we're given the background but not any sense of how these events in the past relate to the present day. If the antagonistic presence is any relation to the current increase in ghost related mysteries, there's no obvious connection between these plot threads in this episode.
Though there is a definite change in tone. The vengeful presence this time is a migrant worker...More
Yeon-sim (played by Kim Yoo-jeong) is a young girl who becomes fixated on the idea of becoming a gisaeng. Gisaengs are traditional Korean courtesans, and while there are obvious reasons why a person living in Joseon times would want to get involved in the profession, at the same time, it's not exactly a respectable line of work to get into. Yeon-sim faces numerous setbacks from people who don't think she should be tossing away her life like this.
This movie is about a man's unforgettable first love and the classical guitar music played back in the days in a music class called C'est Si Bon...More
Chinese media Sina.Com introduced their list of daily activities starting off with their visit to the Gangnam of China. On Women's Day in China, both Lee Min-ho and Kim Soo-hyeon-I headed for Hangzhou and Nanjing. The media compared the two actors' guarantee, vehicles, flight and waiting rooms...More
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