[Photos] Added new stills for the Korean movie 'Pirates'
Added new stills for the upcoming Korean movie "Pirates",...More
Broadcaster MBC has confirmed who will host its year-end award show honoring celebrities in entertainment.
Comedian Sin Dong-yup, entertainer Kim Won-hee and singer Krystal, of girl group f(x), were tapped to lead the "2013 SBS Entertainment Awards", which will air live on Dec. 30 from the SBS building in Sangam-dong, northwestern Seoul. Krystal, who has performed live on several music programs, is a good fit for the event, one of the show's producers acknowledged. The producer added that the pop star and the two veteran MCs made for an excellent lineup...More
There's lot of cuteness here as we get a bright cheery look at Kim Tan's birthday party, where all his friends have shown up and are having a gay old time taking pictures and doing basic teen stuff. Even the abrupt ending of Kim Tan confronting his father with Eun-Sang in tow is pretty fun. When the drama loses its pretensions and just lets its teen characters act like real teenagers, it can be fairly successful as light entertainment.
However, the more of this cute stuff that we see, the more the question comes up of how appropriate it is for the only apparent conflict in this drama to be deflated so close to the end...More
"Kind Words" is still very strongly in the introductory phase. Family members introduced in the first episode were given more screen time and assigned the roles of reducing marital stress. A bit of a mystery was introduced as well, but it isn't pleasant nor a venue that the show should have taken to create interest.
Eun-jin has been receiving threatening letters and physical threats. It is linked to her adultery and has her concerned for the welfare of her family. She may not get along well with her husband, but she cares for his well-being...More
"Kind Words" is a twenty-episode exploration of marriage and all the ways that it can go wrong. It reminds us that marriage isn't just an affair between two people, but between two families. This melodrama is directed by "Five Fingers"' Choi Hyeong-hun and penned by "Can We Get Married?"'s Ha Myeong-hee, both of whom manage to infuse some light-hearted moments into the dark subject material.
In its first episode, "Kind Words" is an exploration of Korean society's views on marriage, divorce, adultery and a man and woman's roles in the family...More
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