Hyundai, Kia Plot to Reclaim Market Share 2015/08/30, Source,
Hyundai and affiliate Kia are trying to turn things around after sluggish sales at home and abroad this year. The automakers hope to reclaim a 70 percent slice of the domestic market by releasing new versions of its bestselling models while resorting to aggressive marketing strategies overseas,...More
[HanCinema's Film News] New Korean Films Inbound... 2014/01/11, K-Films Coming Soon:
★★★★★ "The Murderer": A killer is laying low until one day a girl who knows who he is appears in front of him and awakens his killer instinct. (01/16)
★★★★ "Marbling": A virgin professor takes advice from a nude painter on getting the man she desires. (01/16)
★★★ "Hype Nation 3D": A South Korean dance crew battle it out to prove who has what it takes to be the best. (01/16)
★★★ "Taste": A hotshot hunk loses his job and finds himself at home surrounded by four curious neighbours. (01/16),...More
[INTERVIEW] Actress Kim Ha-neul - Part 1 2010/08/06, Source, Kim Ha-neul [Chae Ki-won/10Asia]
10: At the last press conference for "Road No. 1", you had said you don't know whether you'd be able to pull off the role of your character Soo-yeon but once the drama started, it felt as if I was watching an angel.Kim Ha-neul: She's full of love. And she knows how to love. 10: It's to the extent that it seems transcendental. You embrace characters like Soo-hyuk (played by Kim Jin-woo) who is a nuisance and look after Myung-ho with whom you are not related in any way.Kim Ha-neul: I don't know. I myself fully understand and sympathize with her. The situation has been expressed in a slightly dramatic way but wouldn't anyone in her situation do what she is doing? And don't you feel sorry for Soo-hyuk? In how he is trapped inside an ideology,...More
A sneak peak into the set of "The Slave Hunters" 2010/02/11, Source,
Actor Jang Hyeok acts out a scene for KBS TV series "The Slave Hunters" at Unju Temple in the South Jeolla Province of South Korea on January 27, 2010. [Lee Jin-Hyeok/10Asia]
On a cold winter day in January, director Kwak Jung-hwan of KBS TV series "The Slave Hunters" was at Unju Temple in the South Jeolla Province. It is the place, mentioned in the tenth episode, which Dae-gil (played by Jang Hyeok) guessed correctly right away when told Tae-ha (Oh Ji-ho) went to where a statue of Buddha lies on its back facing the sky. "There is a statue of Buddha laid on the ground and facing the sky in the Unju Temple. It is said to contain the unfulfilled hopes of the commoners. I couldn't not go to shoot there after hearing that story", Kwak explained of his reason in choosing the temple as a location which would also symbolize Tae-ha's yet-to-be opened world and the dream of the slaves.,...More
- Stay on topic and do not spam.
- Emoticons are fun, but actual thoughts are appreciated.
- Refrain from abusive language.
- Post only in English, as this is an English language community.
- Do not share pages or media unrelated to the topic you are commenting on.
- Do not request or mention illegal download/streaming services.
- No graphic content allowed.
- Respect the right of other users to share their opinion. Arguments are welcome, fights are not.
Comments which break the rules will be erased. Repeated rule breaking will result in blacklisting.
To participate to HanCinema, you must sign up or log in. Sign up, Why ?
Subscribe to HanCinema Pure to remove ads from the website (not for episode and movie videos) for US$2.99 per month (you can cancel anytime).
The first step is to be a member, please click here : Sign up, then a subscribe button will show up.