So I...guess this is just a romantic comedy now? That's about the only way I can interpret the events of this episode. Chang-min appears to have just about completely forgotten the events that led up to his divorce. Jin-hee seems to have some vague memory of what happened, and is certainly putting up more resistance to the idea. But no matter how I try to cut it, "Emergency Couple" is definitely trying to make a case that these two works together as a couple...More
I think I've finally figured out why "Mimi" is so weird- it's not a drama, it's a music video. You know how most music videos use visuals that tell a story which kind of sort of has something to do with the lyrics- but not really? That's what "Mimi" is. It's why the drama spends so much time in Min-woo's dreamworld, and often doesn't bother telling us the difference between what's real and what's fantasy. The story is not the point- it's background noise to the music and visuals.
All of this works to put Eun-hye in a pretty strange place, because as far as I can tell she's the only character with motivations that make sense. I mean that relatively speaking...More
SBS's "God's Gift - 14 Days" started with a strong first episode that provided mystery, solid characterization, and beautiful camera work. Although the premise has been clearly laid out in all of the previews and teaser materials, the show still managed to make the first intrigue exciting: when and how will a mother's child die.
Lee Bo-yeong plays Kim Soo-hyeon, a happily married wife and mother of a precocious little girl played by Kim Yoo-bin. That little girl, Han Saet-byeol, is not strong in school, which is a sore point for her mother. Although their relationship is strained over the girl's weakness, small interactions make it obvious that Soo-hyeon loves her child...More
VIP premiere for the upcoming Korean movie "Monster - Movie" (2013)
Directed by Hwang In-ho
With Lee Min-ki, Kim Go-eun-I, Kim Roi-ha, Ahn Seo-hyeon, Kim Boo-seon, Nam Kyeong-eup,...
Bok-Soon (Kim Go-eun-I) runs a street stall while taking care of her younger sister. Bok-Soon may not be the brightest girl but what she lacks in intelligence, she makes up for in uncontrollable rage. She's infamously known as the "psycho bitch" in her neighborhood. Bok-Soon's relatively peaceful life with her sister is disrupted when they cross paths with a serial killer named Tae-Soo (Lee Min-ki)...More
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