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Samsung Offers Trial Use of New Phone

Source | 2020/02/23 | Permalink

Samsung is offering smartphone delivery to potential customers for testing amid the coronavirus outbreak...More

Convenience Stores Gain at Expense of Supermarkets

Source | 2020/02/23 | Permalink

Convenience stores, which had been treated as minor players in the retail market, are rapidly increasing their clout as sales soar...More

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[HanCinema's Film Review] "Entangled"

2020/02/22 | Permalink

Soon-im (played by Kim Young-ae) is an older woman living with her daughter Yeong-hee (played by Do Ji-won), her son-in-law Sang-ho (played by Song Il-gook), and her high school daughter Flora (played by Kim So-eun). Their lifestyle under one roof in a big house located in the middle of nowhere is mostly functional- not entirely warm but not particularly hostile either. Then a series of unfortunate calamities takes its toll on the household testing everyone's sanity, with Soon-im bearing the brunt of the emotional whiplash...More

[HanCinema's Film Review] "School of Youth: The Corruption of Morals"

2020/02/22 | Permalink

While "School of Youth: The Corruption of Morals" isn't quite pornography I frequently felt while watching this movie like an explicitly soft-core take might have been an improvement over what the movie actually is- a Joseon era sex comedy where the premise is that college students are being kidnapped and raped. This doesn't real sound funny, nor does it come off as particularly amusing in execution. The goofy sitcom style sound effects are especially unhelpful, turning lewd comical contrasts into overly try-hard attempts to get a cheap laugh...More

[Interview] Shim HyeJung

2020/02/22 | Permalink

Shim HyeJung directed a number of experimental features, such as "Dancing Hunter & Rabbit" in 2014, "Searching for Nasi Goreng" and "Carnival "in 2016, "Lost Voices" in 2017. She also directed a documentary, "The Camel and The Arab", in 2013 and fiction features "Kimchi" in 2012, "Heels Over Head" in 2016 and "Camellias in Bloom" in 2016. All her movies have been selected in many Korean film festivals over the past years...More

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