[Orion's Drama News] All the Dramas 2016/07/30,
My partner in not-crime, Lisa is busy over at KCON and I am here feeling lonely with a plethora of drama news. So I figure, what better therapy to loneliness is there than to share them all with you? I usually focus on specific noteworthy happenings and news, but today I switch it up. I feature three upcoming dramas and their news before piling on even more drama-ness with the usual upcoming drama goodies section. Let me pamper you,...More
Kim Hye-seon to Wed for 3rd Time 2016/05/03, Source, Kim Hye-seon will marry a businessman in Seoul on Friday.
The actress, who is twice divorced and has two children, said, "After going through many ups and downs, I met a good man. I have decided to start again to live happily with him",...More
[HanCinema's Film Review] "Perfect Partner": Sexual Taboos that Playfully Please. 2012/03/31,
Director Park Heon-soo has constructed a watertight film that shines where any good film should. He tastefully and playfully handles the film's numerous sex scenes as he teases and pleases till the lights come on. This raunchy sex comedy caught me off guard, but aside from the scrupulously edited sex scenes, of which there are a plenty, this provocative piece offers a well constructed story jammed with plenty of good humour within a solid and entertaining narrative,...More
Shin Kyung-sook, the future of Korean literature 2012/01/11, Source,
There is a novelist in Korea who has commanded the international spotlight by selling publishing rights to her book in 31 countries in just one year. Fans jam into bookstores to get her autograph wherever she goes.
[Interview : Kim Jeong-oh, Visitor] "Shin Kyung-sook is like a candle. She communicates through warm emotion".
[Interview : Kang Seul-gi, Visitor] "Shin Kyung-sook is like a comma, a pause in life. Her words reach to your soul",...More
Korean romantic comedies crash 2011/11/20, Source,
The results of recent Korean romantic comedy movies are not that good.
After the craze for "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon" and "The Crucible" passed by this summer, there was a spill of romantic comedies, showing the sweet affection between lovers. Despite the fact that October and November is off-season for theaters, these films threw their hat into the ring with the excuse that the cold weather would give a reason for lovers to spend their time watching movies,...More
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