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Down and out but happy
Following the recently ended drama "Secret Love Affair", where actors Kim Hee-ae and Yoo Ah-in depict corruption in the art industry's high-class circles, JTBC's Monday to Tuesday 9:50 p.m. time slot will be filled with a new drama based on a different social hierarchy. Written by famed scriptwriter Kim Woon-kyeong of "The Moon of Seoul" (1994) and produced by Lim Tae-woo, the follow-up drama "Yuna's Street" will trace the heartwarming story of people who fall under a far humbler class,...More
[HanCinema's Film News] New Korean Films Inbound...
K-Films Coming Soon:
★★★★ "School of Youth: The Corruption of Morals": Three troublemakers investigate an innocent at school and suspect the new female students that have just arrived for the spring term. (03/27)
★★★★ "Sketch": A struggling artist battles with rejection from the world but finds an empathetic partner to connect with. (03/27)
★★★★ "See, Beethoven": Three young woman gather at a coffee shop to gossip, but they each have their own secrets they don't mention. (03/27),...More
Lee close to choosing drama
Actress Lee Bo-yeong, the star of the KBS drama "My Daughter Seo-yeong" and the SBS drama "I Hear Your Voice", appears to be about to choose her next drama. Local media reports say she is considering taking part in another SBS drama, "God's Gift - 14 Days". If she does, it will be her first role since marrying fellow actor Ji Seong, of the KBS drama "Secret", in September,...More
Countries send officials to learn Korea's secrets
Myanmar officials learn how alternative energy is produced from waste at a resource recovery facility in Gangnam, southern Seoul, on July 13, as part of a 12-day public administration training program.
Catchy pop music and sentimental dramas have blown Hallyu fever far and wide, but countries are turning to Korea for a different reason - to share its development experience. Sixty years ago, Korea was a war-torn country. But after colonization, war and dictatorship, the South has emerged as the 12th-largest economy in the world. Korea is the only country to transition from an aid recipient to a donor nation. Developing countries are zoning in on the Korean example in various sectors including governance and agriculture, along with its successful entertainment industry, keen on learning the "Secret".,...More