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Today's Photo: May 26, 2017 [2]

Source | 2017/05/26 | | Permalink

Models promote fruit in a supermarket in Seoul on Thursday...More

Today's Photo: May 26, 2017 [1]

Source | 2017/05/26 | | Permalink

Visitors stroll in a wheat field in Gwangju on Thursday...More

Korean drama of the week "Blade Man"

Source | 2017/05/25 | | Permalink

Korean drama of the week "Blade Man" (2014)

Directed by Kim Jong-yeon, Kim Yong-soo-I

Written by Kim Gyoo-wan

Network  : KBS

With Lee Dong-wook, Sin Se-kyeong, Kim Kap-soo, Han Eun-jeong, Jeong Yoo-geun, Lee Mi-sook,...

18 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00
Also known as "Ironman"
Synopsis
A drama about a man who has knives standing upright all over his body because of the pain that his heart's been through and a woman who helps him grow...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Ruler: Master of the Mask" Episodes 11-12

2017/05/25 | | Permalink

The opening swordfight gives the impression that "Ruler: Master of the Mask" has decided to be an action swashbuckler about Prince Seon fighting for justice against a corrupt regime. Instead, we get a story arc about international trade with Japan. When I saw that Prince Seon had a whole gang of confederates I was sure he was going to, I don't know, steal the tax money or something. But no, he just approaches Hwa-goon to ask for a loan...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Man to Man" Episode 5

2017/05/25 | | Permalink

"Man to Man" may have a dark side, but it's really just a story about three people who are growing up. In between all of that are corrupt officials doing dirty deeds to acquire lofty positions, burgeoning love triangles, and bouts of situational humor. It is the last that surprises me most, especially with the dark subject matter that surrounds Seol-woo's life as a ghost agent.

The events that tied the episode together were the romantic happenings between Seol-woo and Do-ha...More

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