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Closure of a local burger place loved by Korea University students
There is an unforgettable place for Park Sang-hyeok, who graduated from Korea University in ,...More
Will Kim Tae-hee dodge the 'acting' controversy this time around with "Yong Pal?"
Actress Kim Tae-hee is very matter of fact. Even confronted by questions of the controversy regard,...More
There is an unforgettable place for Park Sang-hyeok, who graduated from Korea University in 2012, which reminds him of memories from college. It is "Yeongcheol Burger", a local burger house at the back gate of the school of politics and economy at Korea University in Anam-dong, Seoul. The 29-year-old, who had lived close to the school for two years, had Yeongcheol burgers at least once a day. Even after graduation...More
The war starts to come to an end, not with a bang, but a whimper. Really, the entirity of the Myeongnyang battle is completed within about ten minutes. Lee Soon-shin shows up, reassures the men that they're not all completely doomed, then they come up with a plan, they execute the plan, and just like that the Japanese invasion plan is once again completely tattered. With no fallback options the Japanese just fall back into complete despair...More
The story is still just about completely centered around Jin-han- although we're still not that much closer to his actually participating. From Deok-in, we do get an explanation that indicates her icy attitude toward Eun-soo wasn't just a function of the latter woman's terrible personality. There's an excellent logistical reason why Eun-soo shouldn't be the one to confront Jin-han, at least not in the immediate sense. And also Jin-woo is working at the company now...More
The Korean drama industry is at a time where productions desperately try to mix every element imaginable in order to cover as many needs as possible. With ratings having severely declined over the past few years, many shows end up a mix of genres, tone and ideas. Occasionally that works, but some just become convoluted beyond repair. "Yong Pal" might be in danger of this, but its premise does have potential...More
Breakups are not exactly a fun time for most people, yet they become the topic of romantic comedy very frequently in fiction. This approach in a rom-com context might not be so frequent in Korean drama, but there have been works which went there, such as 'Sly and Single Again' and 'Emergency Couple'. TvN's 'Ex-Girlfriends' Club' handles the consequences of breakups in the present. The approach has potential, but this particular series, while entertaining, does not make the best of it...More
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