[HanCinema's Drama Review] "God's Gift - 14 Days" 2014/04/26, Lee Bo-young's previous SBS hit is undoubtedly a great series. In a medium mostly about surface treatments, a series that respects its plot and characters like "I Hear Your Voice" did is rare. When the actress was cast in "God's Gift - 14 Days" , a series about a mother's fight to save her daughter, many fans saw another brilliant series in the making. Sadly, this industry's risk aversion, adoration of the male element and flawed filming system turned what could have been a masterpiece in its medium into just another entertaining, but not top quality series,...More
[Spoiler] Oh Tae-kyeong was not Kim Yoo-bin-I's kidnapper 2014/03/24, Source,
On the seventh episode of the SBS drama "God's Gift - 14 Days" Kim Soo-hyeon (Lee Bo-young) sneaked into the house of Jang Moon-soo (Oh Tae-kyeong), the owner of a stationary store who she suspected of being her daughter's kidnapper. There, she saved Set-byeol's friend who was kidnapped, too.
However, Ki Dong-chan (Jo Seung-woo) suspected the fact that no other dead women's items came out from that house. He investigated Jang Moon-soo's dead father and found out who he really was. Jang Moon-soo claimed he was the son of a murderer Kim Soo-hyeon's husband Han Ji-hoon (Kim Tae-woo) had been prosecuted to prison but it was actually Jang Moon-soo who committed the crime. His father had taken the blame for him,...More
[HanCinema's Drama Review] "God's Gift - 14 Days" Episode 1 2014/03/07,
SBS's "God's Gift - 14 Days" started with a strong first episode that provided mystery, solid characterization, and beautiful camera work. Although the premise has been clearly laid out in all of the previews and teaser materials, the show still managed to make the first intrigue exciting: when and how will a mother's child die. Lee Bo-young plays Kim Soo-hyeon, a happily married wife and mother of a precocious little girl played by Kim Yoo-bin-I. That little girl, Han Saet-byeol, is not strong in school, which is a sore point for her mother. Although their relationship is strained over the girl's weakness, small interactions make it obvious that Soo-hyeon loves her child,...More
[Hancinema's Box Office Review] 2013.03.08 ~ 2013.03.10 2013/03/11, HanCinema's Korean Box Office Review (2013.03.08 ~ 2013.03.10)Park Hoon-jeong-I's "The New World" enjoyed its third successive weekend as Korea's number one film. Park's action thriller added 508,889 (30.9%) stubs to move its total admissions count to 3.3 million. Park's second feature withstood the continuous pressure from Lee Hwan-gyeong's silver bullet hit "Miracle in Cell No.7", which itself is now standing in its eighth week. "Miracle in Cell No.7" has never slipped past second place, and its numbers continue to swell to record-breaking heights. Three other films came into the charts this past weekend that, although weren't able to cause much distress at the top of pile, did cause a shuffle in the upper echelons of Korea's top ten,...More
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