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[Orion's Drama News] Hands-On Romances and Selfish Authors

2017/04/29 | | Permalink

Today I bring you courtroom love and violent bickering with "Suspicious Partner" a.k.a "Ji Chang-wook's first romantic comedy". I also take a turn for the selfish and fawn over all the upcoming dramas I have my eye on, which have released new material. May the Dramagods grace us all with fun spring and summer dramas...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Voice"

2017/04/29 | | Permalink

The crime genre has had its ups and downs in Dramaland, but it seems that more and more creators re starting to get where the appeal lies. Crime needs either a good investigative element to pique curiosity or a solid emotional core to appeal to feelings. When one does both, we have a truly good series. "Voice" is not perfect, but it is another step in the right direction...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Radiant Office" Episode 3

2017/04/29 | | Permalink

The plight of the newbie worker continues as Ho-won, Gi-taek, and Kang-ho struggle through office life, illness, ex-girlfriends, and mountainous societal and family expectations. Not only are the newbs suffering, but those at the top claw and scrape to keep their positions and one up each other. As represented in the first couple of episodes, the work place is a battlefield and people fight to survive, only in suits rather than fatigues....More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Man to Man" Episode 2

2017/04/29 | | Permalink

Although "Man to Man" doesn't have too much substance yet, I can genuinely say that I'm having a blast watching it. Park Hae-jin is winning; Park Seong-woong has wry comedy down pat; and Kim Min-jeong, despite her annoying character, has impeccable delivery. Of course, the quality of the production is high and the writing is witty. I'm looking forward to how this show rolls out....More

[Guest Film Review] "Why Has Bodhi-Dharma Left For The East?"

2017/04/29 | | Permalink

Bae Yong-kyun, a professor at Dogguk University spent ten years as screenwriter, director, cinematographer, and editor of this film, with only the music composed by someone else: Chin Kyn-yong. The result is a unique film for the Korean industry, which was part of the Official Selection of "Un Certain Regard" at the 1989 Cannes Film Festival and winner of the Golden Leopard at the Locarno Film Festival at the same year. Thus, it marked the first director's award in the history of Korean cinema...More

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