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Today's Photo: May 24, 2016 [3]

Source | 2016/05/24 | | Permalink

Jonghyun of boy band SHINee smiles at a showcase for his new solo album in Seoul on Monday...More

Today's Photo: May 24, 2016 [2]

Source | 2016/05/24 | | Permalink

Actress Kim Hye-soo takes a selfie with fans at a promotional event for her new film "Familyhood" in Seoul on Monday...More

Today's Photo: May 24, 2016 [1]

Source | 2016/05/24 | | Permalink

Models promote mango watermelons in a store in Seoul on Monday...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Jackpot" Episode 17

2016/05/23 | | Permalink

Yi In-jwa and his nine lives are quite tiresome. The character sticks around beyond all reason. Rather than focus on his ridiculous mechanizations, why can't the show take some real historical happenings and buff them out for this rendition of King Sukjong's and Yeoning's lives? In any case, In-jwa is still here and fluctuating between the maniacal and the serene. Scenes of his omnipotence are punctuated by a few good moments of brotherly love, a death, and some massive political plans that don't feel very massive.

Yeoning is in a pivotal position right now, learning the inner workings of palace politics, the molasses-like speed of the political machine, and the extent of his own power...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Oh Hae-Young Again" Episode 7

2016/05/23 | | Permalink

Jin-sang (played by Kim Ji-seok-I) is Do-kyeong's best friend, and symbolic of the greatest flaw in the love story between Do-kyeong and Hae-young. The foundation of their romance is a misunderstanding by Jin-sang that provoked an unnecessary and vindictive move on Do-kyeong's part, which neither Jin-sang nor Do-kyeong have been able to satisfactorily resolve. It's been easy to minimize that incident up until now. But with what we now know about Do-kyeong's mother Ji-ya (played by Nam Gi-ae), long-term psychological issues are becoming harder to ignore...More

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