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[HanCinema's Drama Review] "The Man In My House" Episode 2

2016/10/25 | | Permalink

Nan-gil (played by Kim Yeong-kwang) is a restauranteur who is also Na-ri's...father? That can't be right. He's younger than she is. And also Na-ri has never met Nan-gil even though he claims to have been married to Na-ri's mother. Even more perplexing, Nan-gil is somehow privy to multiple in-jokes only known to Na-ri and her mother, which leaves the baffled Na-ri wondering whether Nan-gil is who he says he is or if this isn't just some sort of elaborate scam...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Drinking Alone" Episode 16 Final

2016/10/25 | | Permalink

It's rather fitting that the relationship between Jeong-seok and Ha-na ends in much the same way that it began- with the two alleged leads making little meaningful contact with each other. It's rather telling how the romantic callbacks for these two kept referring to the same small batch of scenes, many of which were only a couple of episodes ago. Their love story is one with rather little cause, which makes it difficult to celebrate...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Scarlet Heart: Ryeo" Episode 18

2016/10/25 | | Permalink

Apparently Goryeo is still in chaos even as Prince So has fully stepped in to his role as King Gwangjong. Yet rather than explore the potentially interesting political crisis "Scarlet Heart: Ryeo" instead devotes most of its runtime to the slow, agonizing death of two of its minor characters. Why does it take so long for anyone to die in this drama? I wouldn't generally mind this so much except that, as was the case with Prince Eun and Soon-deok, neither of these characters was all that well-developed in the first place...More

Joo Sang-wook, "Working with Kim Hyeon-joo was great"

Source | 2016/10/25 | | Permalink

Actor Joo Sang-wook talked about his co-stars Kim Hyeon-joo and Kim Tae-hoon in "Fantastic" during an interview last week.

In "Fantastic", he took on the role of Ryu Hae-seong, a terrible actor who has a girlfriend named Lee So-hye (Kim Hyeon-joo) with a terminal illness. His teamwork with Kim Hyeon-joo earned him lots of favorable comments from the public...More

[Photos] "Entourage Korea" Jo Jin-woong, Seo Kang-joon and others, 'bromance'

Source | 2016/10/25 | | Permalink

Jo Jin-woong, Seo Kang-joon, Lee Gwang-soo, Park Jeong-min-I and Lee Dong-hwi have come together. Speculations of whether or not they would make a good team washed away after they displayed 'bromance' at the premiere of the drama.

The premiere was held on the 25th in Seoul. Director Jang Yeong-woo, writers Seo Jae-won and Kwon So-ra, and the cast Jo Jin-woong, Seo Kang-joon, Lee Gwang-soo and Park Jeong-min-I were there...More

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