[New Drama] Choi Jin-hyuk to take on doctor role for "Devilish Happiness"
In my mind, Choi Jin-hyuk is that actor who always leaps out and surprises us with his scene-steal,...More
[riversky's Take] Kang Ha-neul is officially a military police officer
Korean actor Kang Ha-neul is officially a member of the Republic of Korea Military P,...More
Lee Min-ho, Suzy Part Ways After Constant Breakup Rumors
Lee Min-ho (left) and 'Suzy' Two of the hottest young stars, Lee Min-ho and 'Suzy', have gone the,...More
Love is in their air and so is the bickering that comes with it, as "Jugglers" makes some giggle-worthy and endearingly embarrassing first impressions. Where would Dramaland be without its mixed genres lately, however. Today I take a little look at dramas about to premiere and offer the usual goodies. I also have some very exciting and fun news for those who enjoy the weekly ramblings of yours truly...More
It takes all kinds of communities to make our world and a prison one is not the kind we often imagine when hearing the word. "Prison Playbook" is brought to us by the creators of the "Answer Me/Reply" series and it is time we get acquainted to such a community through a baseball star turned criminal overnight.
Kim Je-hyeok (Park Hae-soo) is a baseball superstar who has it made. In a surprising twist, the celebrity becomes a convicted criminal and has to adjust to prison life. The series follows him as he experiences his new home and new network behind bars...More
Go-hee (played by Kim Hyang-gi) is a teenage girl just starting high school. That's pretty bad on its own, but a lot of factors are working against her. In the first place she has a horribly goofy name- because her surname is Ho, anytime anyone addresses Go-hee by her full name, it sounds like they're calling her a loser (Hogu). Go-hee's family is poor enough that she has to help at their fried chicken business to make ends meet. Then, just to make matters, Go-hee's boyfriend breaks up with her...More
Doo-sik (played by Shin Ha-kyun) owns a DVD room in a generic shopping district. Business is passable, but Doo-sik is in his forties and painfully aware that he has already wasted far too much of his life there and wants to sell. Doo-sik's employee Tae-jeong (played by Doh Kyung-soo) also suffers from financial issues and is desperate for some kind of solution. Only the new guy, Chinese immigrant Han-wook (played by Kim Dong-young) is at all happy with life in South Korea...More
Most of you have probably at least heard stories about reincarnated Buddhist monks, and how their past lives can be identified quite early in childhood. What's never really discussed, though, is what being a child reincarnation of of a major spiritual leader is actually like. In "Becoming Who I Was", we see in documentary form the daily life of one such child in a small village in Northern India. Directly, we see the contradiction of this child being incredibly wise and yet obviously...still just a child...More
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