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Today's Photo: July 28, 2017 [2]

Source | 2017/07/28 | | Permalink

Girl group Dream Catcher pose at a showcase for their new album in Seoul on Thursday...More

Today's Photo: July 28, 2017 [1]

Source | 2017/07/28 | | Permalink

Young activists perform at a water festival in Seoul on Thursday...More

Korean movie of the week "Red Family"

Source | 2017/07/27 | | Permalink

Korean movie of the week "Red Family" (2012)

Directed by Lee Ju-hyoung

With Kim Yoo-mi, Jung Woo, Son Byeong-ho, Park So-young, Park Byung-eun, Kang Eun-jin,...

Synopsis
An outwardly happy family is actually a covert unit tasked with a dangerous mission... A moving drama that vividly evokes the Korean dilemma, written and produced by provocateur Kim Ki-duk. Its superb balance of serious subject matter and humor is guaranteed to elicit tears from viewers...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Criminal Minds" Episode 2

2017/07/27 | | Permalink

Unfortunately, Seon-woo ends up being saved by dumb luck. This ends up being a decent predictor for the remainder of "Criminal Minds", which is less about characterization and more about sticking closely to the crime procedural format of the original American drama. Any ambiguity Hyeon-joon previously expressed about criminal profiling is largely glossed over, since by the end he's just a normal uncritical team member...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Man Who Dies to Live" Episodes 7-8

2017/07/27 | | Permalink

So you know that trope, that comes up in dramas where a character is searching for their lost parents/child, where they run into each other by accident and talk about family issues? Yet somehow, the conversation is always just vague enough that they don't make the obvious connections? "Man Who Dies to Live", to my great relief, does not fall into this bad writing trap. The other Ji-yeong quickly realizes she is not Count Said Faid Ali's daughter, and the conflict continues from there...More

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