[HanCinema's Drama Preview] "The Girl Who Sees Smells"
From mental illnesses to senses, 'The Girl Who Sees Smells' is here with a premise which is at the,...More
[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Missing Noir M" Episode 1
Soo-hyeon (played by Kim Kang-woo) is a US-trained investigator who's very good at math puzzles. D,...More
KT&G hosted Electric Samulnori, a special collaboration between Korea's traditional samulnori percussion troupe, led by Kim Duk-soo, third from left in the back row, and an independent rock band in February 2014. Provided by KT&G
Korea's film and music industries appear to be enjoying a sort of renaissance, perhaps best evidenced in the vigorous expansion of the K-pop business and record-breaking performances by domestic blockbusters.
But flashy idol singers and star-studded movies aren't all there is to Korea's local culture...More
Jinusean, one of the country's first ever hip-hop duos, will release a new digital single in April - their first in 11 years.
According to YG Entertainment, the duo's agency, Jinusean are adding their final touches to the upcoming record...More
Soo-hyeon (played by Kim Kang-woo) is a US-trained investigator who's very good at math puzzles. Dae-yeong (played by Park Hee-son) is a mostly standard grizzled street cop. Together they...well, they solve mysteries more than they fight crime. The whole reason Soo-hyeon's been dragged out to the field in the first place is because he's implicated in a bizarre crime. The perpetrator of these criminal actions (played by Kang Ha-neul) is apparently interested in matching wits with Soo-hyeon. I guess because in prison he has nothing better to do...More
From mental illnesses to senses, 'The Girl Who Sees Smells' is here with a premise which is at the very least fresh. Not everything is as sugary as its promotional material, however, and it is very difficult to really get a feel for the actual work due to how its marketing and probable story tone will differ. Even so, there is promise here at the moment...More
I've come around to the portrayal of Hideyoshi as being a crazy madman mostly because the more I think about it, the more applicable this depiction is to anybody who tries to declare war on another country. A person pretty much has to be deranged on some level to think that it's possible to bend an entirely different culture to his personal will. To some extent it's certainly possible to accomplish this via force, but time and again history has shown such efforts to be inevitably doomed to failure...More
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