[Interview] Lee Jong-suk, "I was fearful when I first encountered "Pinocchio""
Lee Jong-suk claims he was afraid after "Doctor Stranger". He could've had a break in his career b,...More
Nam Sang-mi's wedding ceremony took place as the way she hoped
The January 24th show of KBS 2TV, "Entertainment Weekly" delivered news about Nam Sang-mi's weddin,...More
Actress Nam Sang-mi married on Saturday at a small church in Yangpyeong, Gyeonggi.
The wedding was restricted to family and close friends for the sake of her husband, who is an ordinary man running his own business...More
One overly dramatic ends, then another one begins, and just as quickly ends. I doubt any of these plot points are gone forever, but the rapidity with which these characters depart really emphasizes how "Family Outing" utilizes the revolving door style of storytelling. While this can work for a sitcom, and particularly for jokes, in the context of criminal domestic behavior the effect is rather poor. I mostly just feel awkward watching these people bumble through awful emotional turmoil...More
In a word, this episode is perfunctory. "Doctor Frost" is setting up the finale, and so is deliberately putting all the various long-term fragments of the previous episodes into proper order. The woman from the last cliffhanger ends up not being a plot point except to the extent of motive. Remember the episode about false memories, the one where the true culprit got away? That's what's really going on here- psychoanalysis of a person we can't actually see just yet because it would ruin the surprise. Even if you've probably already guessed who it is...More
Lee Jong-suk claims he was afraid after "Doctor Stranger". He could've had a break in his career but writer Park Hye-ryeon and doctor Jo Soo-won called him and he overcame the slump he was in. Their reunion was an issue from the beginning and "Pinocchio" successfully closed curtains in first place.
"Pinocchio" is a youth drama about the real-time events of social reporters' lives starring Lee Jong-suk, Park Shin-hye, Kim Yeong-kwang, Lee Yoo-bi, Lee Pil-mo, Kang Shin-il, Jin Kyeong, Kim Kwang-gyoo, Byeon Hee-bong and more...More
War has made "The King's Face" much more interesting. The characters in this seem more like cardboard cutouts than people. They have goals and go through the motions, but rarely do we see the motivating through processes or emotions behind the action. Crown Prince Gwanghae's story is riveting in its natural form and that gives this story more weight than the fictionalized plot.
The life is leaving "The King's Face" despite the intrigue of war and the heroics of Gwanghae...More
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