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[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Beautiful Gong Shim" Episode 5

2016/05/29 | | Permalink

Episode 5 of "Beautiful Gong Shim" was all about Dan-tae and his massive crush on Gong Shim. A crush is nothing new, but his awkward, childlike crush and the uniqueness of Dan-tae as a person is what makes his endearingly sweet and great drama material. It counterbalances the usual dose of chaebol backstories, family strife, and evil unnis.

Speaking of evil unnis, Gong Mi gets a little taste of karma as she is framed and forced to resign...More

[Spoiler] "Five Children" Ahn Jae-wook proposes to So Yoo-jin

Source | 2016/05/29 | | Permalink

Ahn Jae-wook proposed to So Yoo-jin.

On the episode of "Five Children" on the 29th, Lee Sang-tae (Ahn Jae-wook) proposed to Ahn Mi-jeong (So Yoo-jin)...More

"Five Children" increases by 5% to 29.8%

Source | 2016/05/29 | | Permalink

The KBS 2TV weekend drama "Five Children" came in first this weekend.

According to Nielsen Korea, the episode of "Five Children" recorded an astounding 29.8%...More

Gap Between Regular and Non-Regular Workers Getting Worse

Source | 2016/05/29 | | Permalink

The average monthly wages of regular workers increased W123,000 a month over the past year, but those of the growing army of non-regular workers rose only W44,000 (US$1=W1,183).

The trend underscores a widening gap between regular and contract workers and bodes ill for hopes that more people will be able to land regular employment with proper benefits and job security...More

Young Koreans Are Happy to Go It Alone

Source | 2016/05/29 | | Permalink

A woman sing at a coin karaoke near Ewha Womans University in Seoul.

Young Koreans are increasingly happy to eat, drink and go to the movies alone.

Movie theater chain CJ CGV says 10.1 percent of all moviegoers last year watched films by themselves, and 37 percent of these solo moviegoers were in their 20s. According to Statistics Korea, 56.8 percent of Koreans enjoy their leisure activities on their own, up 13 percentage points from 2007...More

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