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Today's Photo: March 29, 2017 [4]

Source | 2017/03/29 | | Permalink

Actress Sung Yu-ri poses at a promotional event for a shoes brand at a department store in Seoul on Tuesday...More

Today's Photo: March 29, 2017 [3]

Source | 2017/03/29 | | Permalink

Bora of girl group Sistar attends a fashion show at Dongdaemun Design Plaza in Seoul on Tuesday...More

Today's Photo: March 29, 2017 [2]

Source | 2017/03/29 | | Permalink

A model promotes air-purifying plants at a store at COEX in Seoul on Tuesday...More

Today's Photo: March 29, 2017 [1]

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Employees at Lotte plant trees on Mt. Nam in Seoul on Tuesday...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People" Episode 18

2017/03/28 | | Permalink

So apparently...Moley was Gil-dong's true rival this entire time? That's the main revelation which surprised me here. It does admittedly explain things like why Moley's outfit is just a black version of what Gil-dong is always wearing, and Gil-dong does need someone to stand up to him the feats of strength department. All the same, Moley was just a random side character who really didn't seem all that important. Until this episode I don't think I noticed he even had a backstory...More

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