Long ago, on a farm far away, there lived a poor farmer who worked hard every day, digging, planting, plowing, harvesting and herding. Because he was poor, no woman wanted to marry him, and thus he continued living alone, working from sunrise to sunset. As the days wore on, his muscles grew tired and his soul ached for company.
"What's the point of harvesting all this food if I never have anyone to eat it with?" he grumbled one day.
"You can eat it with me!" a voice said. It was a radiant and cheerful voice-and it was feminine. Startled, the man stood still and looked around, but there was no sign of anyone...More
Rather than just generic hand-wringing about whether or not Woo-hyeon and Seul-bi will get together in the end, this episode "High School - Love On" finally comes up with a concrete conflict- memory loss. Not the best plot device but the quality of this drama has been so subpar lately that I'll take it. Obviously we know that they're going to get together by the end. The fun is just watching Woo-hyeon and Seul-bi interact together, being all fun and cute. Just like the earlier episodes of the drama, which as referenced here, sure were a lot more fun than the more recent stuff...More
Bombastic English title notwithstanding, "The Truth Shall Not Sink with Sewol" is actually a pretty standard technical documentary. In the wake of the Sewol ferry tragedy, a man arrives on the scene with a diving bell. He explains in pretty clear detail how the object works. Basically, it lets divers stay underwater longer- obviously a helpful thing to have around, given that poor weather conditions frequently frustrated the divers in their attempts to find any possible survivors. And yet, it takes quite some time for the diving bell to be used. Why?...More
Michael Moore (played by Lee Jong-yoon) comes to Korea to get an explanation as to how the Church is doing. He then proceeds runs around trying to ambush leadership personnel in Korea's churches into interviews because they're otherwise impossible to talk to. This in itself is not surprising. Scandals have rocked the larger megachurches in Korea as of late, and there's little in the way of apparent culpability or remorse among the leadership for these actions...More
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