[Video] Third teaser video with English subtitles released for the Korean drama 'Please Come Back, Mister'
Third teaser video with English subtitles released for the upcoming Korean drama "Please Come Back,...More
Park Shin-hye, Kwon Yoo-ri and Choi Soo-young from Girl's Generation graduate Chung-Ang University
Actress Park Shin-hye and Kwon Yoo-ri and Choi Soo-young from the idol group Girl's Generation are,...More
Soo-hyeon's insistence on rationalizing all of his actions in context of the experiment is seeming less like anything resembling a pretense of science and more a weird psychological fixation. He gives Hye-rim a major passionate kiss, and when she finallys recovers enough of her senses to fight him off, right away Soo-hyeon is back in defensive mode. That means more lying, mixed in with barely enough truth to be persuasive in the face of of Hye-rim's immediate inquisition...More
Myeong-seok (played by Kam Woo-seong) and Myeong-gyoo (played by Kim Soo-ro) are a couple of brothers with the usual problems associated with middle age. Mostly it's a matter of money. As it happens, their father Joong-yeop (played by Sin Goo) has a decent amount of land, and is close to dying. But as a man whose hometown lies on the wrong side of the Korean border, Joong-yeop dreams of reunification, and meeting a daughter Joong-yeop has not seen since her infancy. So Myeong-seok and Myeong-gyoo do the natural thing in the situation, and concoct an elaborate scam to trick their father into thinking reunification is just around the corner...More
The opening scene of "Boy, Goes to Heaven" takes place in a house located high in the sky. A couple of kids decide to go out to play while the adults in the room are making out, and sprout wings for this purpose. This inexplicable scene makes slightly more sense once "Boy, Goes to Heaven" concludes having provided more context. Until then, though, the opener is a bit of misdirection as the action quickly settles upon Nae-mo (played by Kim Kwan-woo), a boy living in early eighties Busan with his mother...More
Han-i (played by Park Ji-bin) is the annoHan-ing younger brother to Han-byeol (played by Seo Dae-han). They live in typical sibling conflict, such that when Han-byeol expresses discomfort and apparent sickness, Han-i is dismissive and just decides to play video games rather than do anything useful. Unfortunately for the brothers and their parents, Han-byeol really is very sick. From there "Little Brother" quickly turns into a waiting game to see whether or not Han-byeol will die...More
Valentine's Day is right around the corner and for those of you who are still searching for the one and are in need an extra dose of romance this holiday, check out the webtoons below and you might just find the right guy for you...More
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