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'Handmaiden' Wins Best Foreign Film Award in U.S.

Source | 2016/12/06 | | Permalink

Park Chan-wook's film "The Handmaiden" won an award given to the best foreign film by the Los Angeles Film Critics Association on Sunday...More

Today's Photo: December 6, 2016 [3]

Source | 2016/12/06 | | Permalink

Kim Woo-bin smiles at a red carpet event for his new film "Master" in Seoul on Monday...More

Today's Photo: December 6, 2016 [2]

Source | 2016/12/06 | | Permalink

Models promote strawberry dessert menus in a café in Seoul on Monday...More

Today's Photo: December 6, 2016 [1]

Source | 2016/12/06 | | Permalink

Children look at a giant Christmas tree made with books in Seoul on Monday...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "The Man In My House" Episode 13

2016/12/05 | | Permalink

Having solved a problem with some fairly gratutitous violence, Nan-gil quickly goes back to...sulking. It's hard to believe that for the first half of "The Man In My House" Nan-gil was the guy with the ridiculous upbeat attitude, never much caring how much he irritated the people around him so long as it was in the name of love. Not just with Na-ri, but with every other character too Nan-gil is frustratingly non-communicative and generally incapable of participating in genuine large-scale collaborative efforts...More

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