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Will Kim Tae-hee dodge the 'acting' controversy this time around with "Yong Pal?"
Actress Kim Tae-hee is very matter of fact. Even confronted by questions of the controversy regard,...More
The final epilogue to "Jing Bi-rok" is an extended speech made by Seong-ryong, not directed to anyone in particular except the viewer, where he exhorts us to continue the struggle. It's a fitting epilogue to a drama that doesn't really end. Yes, the war ends- with a final battle the Japanese threat to the Korean peninsula is eliminated once and for all. But anyone who's been paying attention so far knows that "Jing Bi-rok" was never about the war- it was about the dysfunction that made the war possible. And that dysfunction yet remains...More
As expected, the cliffhanger simply ends in another lack of confrontation with Jin-han. Don't worry- by the end of the episode serious progress is finally made to actually integrate the Jin-han character with everything else that's happening in the story. I just can't help but be a little annoyed at this point at the extent to which Jin-han doesn't really participate in a story that's pretty much all about him. Particularly since this plot point revolves around the rich family's business decisions...More
Will SBS drama "The Time I Loved You" ever show progress?
According to Nielsen Korea, the twelfth episode of the SBS weekend drama "The Time I Loved You" recorded 4.7%. This is 1.2% lower than the previous episode. Although it stars a high label star, the drama doesn't seem to be able to live up to its name...More
Everything in the action of episode 15 tells us that exciting things are afoot. There are trials, brothers at odds, secret identities uncovered, and romantic antics. A lot happens and yet very little is felt. It's action devoid of emotion. Action for action's sake. Action to attempt to salvage the drama.
The acting on the part of Eom Ki-joon and Joo Sang-wook is stellar...More
This is an episode of choices and realization that centers around Dae-cheol. The character arcs move in relation to his personal journey, which is lazy writing or perhaps desperate writing as we head into the final week of "Masked Prosecutor".
Dae-cheol is heart broken several times in this episode as his living family continue to disappoint him ...More
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