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Today's Photo: August 18, 2017 [2]

Source | 2017/08/18 | | Permalink

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Women look at sales items in a department store in Seoul on Thursday...More

Today's Photo: August 18, 2017 [1]

Source | 2017/08/18 | | Permalink

/Newsis

Models pose with commemorative medals with the theme of Korea's national flower mugunghwa, or rose of Sharon, made by the Korea Minting and Security Printing Corporation in Seoul on Thursday...More

Korean drama of the week "Sly and Single Again"

Source | 2017/08/17 | | Permalink

Korean drama of the week "Sly and Single Again" (2014)

Directed by Ko Dong-seon

Written by Lee Ha-na-I

Network  : MBC

With Lee Min-jung, Joo Sang-wook, Kim Gyu-ri, Seo Kang-joon, L, Hwang Bo-ra,...

16 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00
Foermerly known as "Cunning Single Lady" on HanCinema
Synopsis
A comical, mellow drama about Na Ae-ra who dreams of meeting a white knight after getting divorced but ends up trying to start over with her ex-husband who becomes filthy rich...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Criminal Minds" Episode 8

2017/08/17 | | Permalink

As adapted storylines go, I must admit that insane office worker is among the more socially relevant that "Criminal Minds" could have adapted for a South Korean audience. Really, that particular psychosis is probably far more well-known in that culture than it was in the United States. This, naturally, proves to be the main overall thrust of the episode. It's less about the permanent cast and more about how Ki-tae (played by Jo Han-chul) slowly yet surely lost his marbles...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Man Who Dies to Live" Episodes 19-20

2017/08/17 | | Permalink

It's instructive how the other Ji-yeong sort of ruined things for the married Ji-yeong. Upon first meeting the other Ji-yeong, Count Said Faid Ali had assumed that his long lost daughter would be justifiedly resentful at having her father show up at such a late date. Instead, the other Ji-yeong was almost worshipful in his presence. So it is that the married Ji-yeong must now struggle with how Count Said Faid Ali is literally a jerk obsessed with money, but emotionally, can be a kind and caring older man...More

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