"Rain Effect" Rain hugs Lee Hyo-lee but is it adultery?
Singer "Rain" and Lee Hyo-lee hugged each other in enthusiasm. Mnet ""Rain" Effect" showed "Rain",...More
Kim Hye-soo, Hwang Jeong-eum, Ha Ji-won and Lee Bo-yeong, who's more likely to win?
Everyone is curious, who will win the award of the year? One thing is for sure and it's going to b,...More
It's finally time for the main cast to become adults, with all of the general unpleasantness that entails. Haitai gets the worst of it. Finally free from the rigors of mandatory military service, he returns to normal life. And even though everybody is now two years older...very little has actually changed about his dating situation. Sure, Haitai can meet ladies, but he inevitably ends up losing them in the saddest most comical of ways. I love the despondency on his face near the end of this plotline, when Haitai just can't make up his mind whether to even try anymore...More
From the very beginning, it's clear that leukemia patient Kyeong-Sook (played by Gi-kwang) probably doesn't have that much time to live. The way "Drama Special - My Friend's Still Alive" is always hovering right behind this sense of mortality is incredibly dark, especially considering how much of it is structured as a comedy. For the most part these are just normal high school antics dressed up with Kyeong-Sook's final desire as a framing device...More
Every single character in this movie is a naive idiot who is incapable of learning from past experiences. As "Daisy" opens there's some hope that maybe this is actually the point. Portrait artist Hye-Young (played by Jeon Ji-hyeon) openly notes her lack of romantic experience in the initial voiceover. Romance in the mind of hitman Park-Yi (played by Jeong Woo-seong) is kind of sweet and yet, well, also kind of incredibly creepy. It's hard to imagine these two having any kind of future when their initial expectations start out this bizarre.
Then we meet Interpol agent Jeong-Woo (played by Lee Seong-jae) and he has the same ridiculous ideas, even though this older presumably more normal man should have grown up out of this nonsense a long time ago...More
Well this certainly is a Korean movie about a submarine. I don't mean to sound flippant here but that's really all that can be meaningfully written about "Phantom the Submarine". If you've ever seen any movie about a submarine, "Phantom the Submarine" is that same movie. You've got a large cast of characters stuck in horribly cramped quarters, an unsettling mystery about what the submarine's actual mission is, and a mutiny.
Is that a spoiler? It takes some time for the mutiny to actually happen, and come to think of it I'm still not totally sure who was supposed to be mutinying against who there, since it's never totally clear what the original mission even was or whether even the characters themselves have any real idea what's going on...More
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