[Video] Second teaser video released for the Korean drama 'Pied Piper'
Second teaser video released for the upcoming Korean drama "Pied Piper",...More
[Photos] Added new posters for the Korean drama 'Yeah, That's How It Is'
Added new posters for the upcoming Korean drama "Yeah, That's How It Is",...More
[Spoiler] Added episode 15 captures for the Korean drama 'Remember'
Added episode 15 captures for the Korean drama "Remember",...More
When Joo Mi-hye was offered a job as a court interpreter during the infamous Itaewon murder trial in 1997, she turned it down. The crime, in which two young men with American backgrounds were accused of stabbing a Korean college student in a fast-food joint, seemed simply too grisly.
But in the retrial that started last October, Joo (60) felt sufficiently weathered to accept the job...More
Yoo-rim (played by Hwang Seung-eon) is Hye-rim's younger sister and I'm spotlighting her this time because she's the main character who tries to do something different this episode by being sneaky like a normal person instead of a psychic / psychological genius. It's lucky for her that Ji-ho is so fantastically ignorant he'll entertain any ridiculous proposal she comes up with just for the sake of science. Personally I suspect someone put pressure on the production team to work more kisses into the story somehow...More
After a large scale and mostly unnecessary swordfight the Chinese portion of "Jang Yeong-sil - Drama" concludes, as usual leaving me asking the wrong kind of questions. Is anybody else noticing the irony here? Song Il-gook is in an action-heavy drama, as a guy who logically does not know how to fight and spends most his time in the action sequences chronically dodging hits? When even the token woman picks up a sword and starts hacking away I have to wonder whether "Jang Yeong-sil - Drama" would make more sense if it just ignored logic entirely and made Yeong-sil a kung fu scientist. For all we know, he might have been one...More
Crime shows are no longer something new in Korean drama, but they still largely follow a formulaic approach, such as any other genre. Placing style over substance is a common issue and especially some of the episodic dramas of the type seem repetitive. It is therefore fortunate that tvN's "Signal" not only seems to have a strong main plot, but that it is off to a great start with its two main features...More
One of South Korea's biggest cultural exports is K-pop. But that's not all, it's also a phenomenon within the country itself. All over the country there are festivals, concerts, collaborations, and music shows. For international fans like myself, such ready access to Korean musical acts is rare indeed. A trip to Korea allows for the kind of musical exposure international fans would have to spend years gathering...More
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