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[Spoiler] 'Oh My Venus' So Ji-sub and Sin Min-ah accidentally kiss

Source | 2015/11/30 | | Permalink

On the 5th episode of KBS 2TV Monday & Tuesday drama, "Oh My Venus", Kim Yeong-ho (So Ji-sub) taught jiu-jitsu to Kang Joo-eun (Sin Min-ah).

After Kang Joo-eun was attacked by a stalker, Kim Yeong-ho wanted to teach Kang Joo-eun how to do jie-jitsu. Kim Yeong-ho said, "Jiu-jitsu may be the only martial art for a woman to use to protect herself against a man...More

Taetiseo to Release Christmas Album

Source | 2015/11/30 | | Permalink

Taetiseo, the unitgroup of Girls' Generation, will release a Christmas album on Friday.

The title track, "Dear Santa", is the group's first Christmas carol and features lyrics by group member Seohyun...More

[Photos] Added new stills for the upcoming Korean movie "A Dramatic Night"

Source | 2015/11/30 | | Permalink

Added new stills for the upcoming Korean movie "A Dramatic Night"...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Riders: Get Tomorrow" Episode 4

2015/11/29 | | Permalink

I swear that writer Park Sang-hee must have a bet with someone, somewhere to see how slowly she can pace this drama's writing. I can't come up with any other explanation for why it takes so long "Riders: Get Tomorrow" to set up the most rudimentary plot points. How is it possible that it's taken four episodes for Gi-joon to have anything resembling an actual conversation So-dam, his presumed love interest? What has the drama even been doing with itself up until this point?...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Awl" Episode 12

2015/11/29 | | Permalink

Try as it might with the expanded eighty-minute runtime, the final episode of "Awl" can't really overcome the fact that the most potentially interesting part of the entire drama (the strike) ends up being condensed into a single episode. What's more, most of this runtime is just Soo-in sulking about his apparent failure after he refuses to use the main dynamic storyline event to press for an advantage against management...More

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