Kim Soo-hyeon-I No Alien to Success After Hit TV Soap
Kim Soo-hyeon-I is taking another step further in his career as an actor with his latest mega-hit ,...More
[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Emergency Couple" Episode 13
...And now it would seem "Emergency Couple" has moved on to boilerplate romantic drama territory. ,...More
There is a new piece of literature being much read by French audiences these days: the full-length novel "No Matter Where You Are" (unofficial translation), penned by Lee Seung-u.
The novel was first published in French by Paris-based publisher Editions Zulma in 2012. Last year, the novel was also included in the prestigious Folio series, a collection of world-class literary works by Editions Gallimard, another leading French publisher.
With that inclusion, the writer has now become the first Korean to have two of his many works placed in the honorable series, the other being his 2000 novel "The Private Life of Plants"...More
...And now it would seem "Emergency Couple" has moved on to boilerplate romantic drama territory. There's not really much in the way of jokes anymore. The only particularly funny one this time around is a bit of simple wordplay. I actually really wanted to know more about that guy who was brought into the hospital. How many job-related accidents can a person in that profession have that necessitate going to the emergency room?
But no, the doctoring this time around is terribly casual, almost blase really...More
It's another typical day in the "She Gets Married Thrice" universe. More stony silent dinners contrasted with bright and cheerful ones. At least for the first few minutes. Then Eun-soo is tossed into crisis mode and, with more energy than I can ever remember her seeing to date, rushes to her daughter and demands an explanation for everything that's been going on in her ex-husband's household since the matter of child custody was resolved.
I like Tae-won's resigned reaction to the whole situation. He reacts to Eun-soo the same way that he used to react to his family. Just a resigned sort of acceptance of whatever she's saying...More
Bok-soon (played by Kim Go-eun-I) is mentally challenged. She's intelligent enough to make a living as a street peddler, but that's the full extent of her abilities. The young woman has trouble keeping track of anything but the most simple short-term reasoning, although she does easily understand the concept of love. Ironically, the titular monster of this film, Tae-soo (played by Lee Min-ki) shares almost the exact same basic personality traits. It's just that where a bad day for Bok-soon means screaming like a crazy person and conking people on the head, a bad day for Tae-soo means brutally and violently murdering everyone in the room...More
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