[HanCinema's Film Review] "Granny's Got Talent" 2015/04/11, Kim Soo-mi plays an old woman who, in everyday life, has to submit to the normal low-class indignities of being a maid, along with a small gamut of other familial problems. However, every so often, she does get to go out in the middle of nowhere and just cuss out every single person or thing in hearing distance. And that's pretty much the entire movie. There is something about a national swearing competition thrown in there, but don't expect too much emphasis on that front. The main serious rival doesn't even show up until the movie's almost over,...More
[HanCinema's Film News] New Korean Films Inbound... 2015/02/28, K-Films Coming Soon: ★★★ "Dog Eat Dog": Two vigilantes get bitten back by a gang that targets Koreans abroad. (03/05) ★★★ "Barracks": A group of friends are lured into a private camp with a mad instructor who's out to get them. (03/05) ★★ "Granny's Got Talent": A foul-mouthed granny takes part in a national cussing contest. (03/05) ★★★★ "Empire of Lust": A Joseon commander has to mind a scorned prince as well as a conniving gisaeng during a volatile time in the Kingdom's founding. (03/05),...More
[HanCinema's Drama Review] "The Prime Minister and I" Episode 14 2014/01/27,
The more vengeance related elements of the drama are starting to fizzle out. It really stinks for In-ho to have gone through all this trouble to try and set up this plan, only to find out now at the last minute that it was all for nothing. It's not that anything has actually happened to endanger the schemes or anything. There's just new information that's come up, pretty much out of nowhere, which calls the rationale of everything that's happened on the spy end of the plot into question.
Mind, there are still some unanswered questions. I can buy that Na-yeong (played by Jeong Ae-yeon) survived the accident, but why was everyone so sure she was dead when the body was never found? How has she been getting along this whole time?,...More
[HanCinema's Film Review] "Two Weddings and a Funeral" 2013/02/09,
Min-soo (played by Kim Dong-yoon-I) is a shy gay man who's very self-conscious of the way the world views him. Hyo-jin (played by Ryoo Hyeon-kyeong) is a woman who's worried about appearances more for the sake of social permissions- it's easier to process an adoption as a married couple than as a lesbian even in the context of a long-term relationship. Min-soo and Hyo-jin get married, as it serves both their purposes, and from their the story follows their daily gay life,...More
Kim Seong-min hugs a woman in "Can We Get Married?" 2012/10/08, Source,
Actor Kim Seong-min was seen hugging a woman.
Kim Seong-min has started making the new JTBC drama "Can We Can Married?". His role is a play boy plastic surgeon names Do-hyeon. In a recent shoot, he shot a scene where he met his girlfriend without his wife knowing. This scene was where she came all the way to his hospital and tried to win his heart over. Kim Seong-min seemed thrilled at the fact that this was his first drama in 2 years,...More
Gay-themed 'Weddings' picks fun over logic 2012/06/18, Source,
A musical sequence marks the finale of Kim Jho Kwang-soo's latest film "Two Weddings and a Funeral". It opens on June 21 in theaters nationwide. / Courtesy of Jinjin Pictures
By Kwaak Je-yup Whether he likes it or not, the films of Kim Jho Kwang-soo have come to embody more than just entertainment. For a country where the population is largely unfamiliar with homosexuality, the works of an openly gay director and his portrayals of life in the closet are often the only medium for the general heterosexual audience to grasp the concept of same-sex relationships. In his debut feature film "Two Weddings and a Funeral", which opens next week, KimJho seems to disregard this responsibility. Light on logic and heavy on cheap humor and melodrama - with cringeworthy amateurish music and sound effects - the movie portrays self-celebration and self-parody at the same time,...More
[ChanMi's movie news] "Killing Time" stars Lee Ji-hye-I! 2009/09/02, Source, Lee Ji-hye-I is a pop star, but now she is challenging herself as a movie star!
Lee Ji-hye-I has been casted for the independent film, "Killing Time" as Soojin. The filming has started last 29th.
This film is about a love triangle for which two ladies are brought to forgiving each,...More
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