[Spoiler] "Producers" increases in percentage, Kim Soo-hyeon-I and IU's romance
"Producers" set a record. Cindy ("IU") started feeling strange towards Baek Seung-chan (Kim Soo-h,...More
'Comfort women' film hopes to highlight historical issue
Korean-Japanese teenager Kang Ha-na plays a girl forced into sex slavery by the Japanese Army duri,...More
The screams of teenage girls being dragged by men in uniform fill the entire hallway of a Japanese military brothel.
This scene is the most crucial from "Homecoming", which portrays "comfort women", a euphemistic term referring to the Asian women and girls - mostly Korean - who were sexually enslaved by the Imperial Japanese Army under its country's 1910-45 colonial rule of Korea and during World War II.
Ten actors and actresses gathered in Daejin University's gymnasium in Pocheon, Gyeonggi, last month to film the scene for the upcoming movie, portraying the women trying to flee...More
As expected, the Korean and Chinese military forces continue to butt heads over the question of proper military sovereignty. Mostly they don't actually get along that poorly except when they have mutually conflicting cross-purposes. There's not really any way to resolve the question of whether or not to execute a presumed traitor when there's just too much inherent dispute over whether or not the person in question really is a question. Of course, some form of trial would probably be more appropriate than just letting the highest ranked person around solve the problem...More
Kyeong-cheol has many flaws, but the worst of them has to be that the guy's just not that smart. Last cliffhanger he "discovered" that Deok-in was having an affair with Jin-woo. A more farsighted person might have realized that Deok-in finding a boyfriend is a good thing. It makes Deok-in less likely to try to cling to the marriage. Which, consequently, would make it easier for Kyeong-cheol to get a divorce and finally marry Jin-hee. So how does Kyeong-cheol use this information?...More
The penultimate episode of "Unkind Women" was undeniably fantastic. There was so much resolved and the reactions to those resolutions were emotion-packed. At the same time, there are still a few issues that will linger into the finale and tide us over to the end.
This show is about overcoming the past and this episode really proved that point...More
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2015 51st PaekSang Arts Awards