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[HanCinema's Drama Preview] "Missing 9"

2017/01/14 | | Permalink

"How about we take a few pampered celebrities with big egos and put them in the same group", thought the production of "Missing 9". "Now how about we throw them and regular folks into one of the toughest survival environments", they continued. Well, what we get is hopefully an original story full of raw humanity and suspense.

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The only witness of a terrible incident describes her story. She and eight other people from the same entertainment agency went through a plane crash and became stranded on an island. The witness and one mysterious corpse are all that is left to help untangle the mystery of everyone's fate...More

[Funcurve Review] "Mirror of the Witch"

2017/01/14 | | Permalink

Bewitched

Personally, I find it harder to get into more serious historical dramas compared to a playful rom-com. However, I was instantly drawn to "Mirror of the Witch"'s premise: a cursed princess is hidden away in the forest, and she must overcome the evil shaman to lift the curse and change her fate. This fairytale-like concept and the bewitching fantasy vibe instantly caught my interest...More

[HanCinema's Film Review] "Flying Boys" + DVD Giveaway

2017/01/14 | | Permalink

Min-jae (played by Yoon Kye-sang), Chang-seob (played by On Joo-wan), and Dong-wan (played by Lee Joon-ki) are three high school students who struggle with normal high school problems, like the desire not to get beat up every day, get into a good school, and have fun in general. As movie protagonists go they're actually relatively nebbish. Min-jae in particular is a giant weenie, yet he is also the main character, always struggling to find the courage to talk to local cool girl Soo-jin (played by Kim Min-jeong)...More

[HanCinema's Film Review] "Mission Possible: Kidnapping Granny K" + DVD Giveaway

2017/01/14 | | Permalink

For various morbid reasons, Do-beom (played by Kang Sung-jin), Geun-yeong (played by Yoo Hae-jin) and Jong-man (played by Yoo Gun) have been unable to make anything of themselves in life. They have to resort to petty crime in the meager hopes of recovering from their misfortunes. It is from here that they arbitrarily decide to kidnap famed restaurant personality Soon-boon (played by Nah Moon-hee) who has her own problems in life, mainly centering around ungrateful children. "Mission Possible: Kidnapping Granny K" is the story of their unlikely team-up...More

[HanCinema's Film Review] "Cracked Eggs and Noodles" + DVD Giveaway

2017/01/14 | | Permalink

When we're first introduced to Dae-gyoo (played by Im Chang-jeong), the man is rather...uncouth. As in, Dae-gyoo is telling a woman about how the person he hates more than anyone else in the world is his father, as implicit justification for his handing over a small sum of money to be used for, well, presumably some sort of procedure that would prevent Dae-gyoo from becoming a father. Then he meets In-kwon (played by Lee In-seong), a generally obnoxious child who soon proves to be Dae-gyoo's nemesis as they travel Jeolla province, somewhat inconveniently, without a car...More

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