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[Photos] Added new stills for the upcoming Korean movie "Tunnel 3D"

Source | 2014/08/20 | | Permalink

Added new stills for the upcoming Korean movie "Tunnel 3D"...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "The Night Watchman's Journal" Episode 6

2014/08/19 | | Permalink

Do-ha is treated rudely by nearly every single person she meets. This isn't for any rational reason, like her ridiculous outfit. On multiple occasions this episode she saves other characters for practically no reason at all. Yes, Do-ha does have the sort of distant hope that maybe they'll help her out, but for the most part it's just, Do-ha acts nice and helpful, and the other person responds by telling her to bugger off. Sadam was more thoughtful and considerate to Do-ha than any of the people she's actually supposed to be working with.

"The Night Watchman's Journal" is really taking this whole bit about stalling the plot way too far...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "My Secret Hotel" Episode 2

2014/08/19 | | Permalink

Well, we've finally got a good hook on what's motivating Hae-yeong- petty spite. This episode makes it clear that the guy doesn't even particularly like his girlfriend that much. Eun-joo (played by Lee Young-eun) is the very definition of fun, playful, and happy. And Hae-yeong refuses to notice unless she literally throws it in his face. And even then he just awkwardly turns away. It's obvious that he's only doing this marriage thing to watch Sang-hyo squirm.

"My Secret Hotel" actually comes up with a pretty good justification why the drama started two weeks ahead in the first and went into flashback here...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Fated to Love You" Episode 12

2014/08/19 | | Permalink

"Fated to Love You" has taken a complete turn into darkness. The intensity of the turn was shocking, but very well executed. The episode could have been overworked and overly dramatic. Instead it was timed with finesse that maximized the major events as well as the smaller moments.

The pacing and cinematography of the episode were its strengths...More

SBS drama foreshadows, 'Kiss'

Source | 2014/08/19 | | Permalink

SBS dramas kiss scenes are being called the must-see points.

The affectionate and kiss scenes from the drama "It's Okay, That's Love" starring Jo In-Seong and Kong Hyo-jin draw attention first. They have become the most affectionate couple these days with 8 kisses and elegant actions of love. Now that they've started dating the level has gone up and intimacy has become part of their daily lives. Even after arguing on a trip to Okinawa, they forgot about it soon and shared a kiss so deep and tingling that even the audience felt it...More

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