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[Photos] New Stills Added for the Upcoming Korean Movie "3 Sisters"

Source | 2021/01/18 | Permalink

New stills added for the upcoming Korean movie "3 Sisters"...More

Korean Drama Starting Today 2021/01/18

Source | 2021/01/18 | Permalink

Korean drama starting today 2021/01/18: "She Would Never Know"...More

[Ratings] "The Uncanny Counter" Replaced Writer, Ratings Stopped Rising

Source | 2021/01/17 | Permalink

"The Uncanny Counter" ratings slow down.

According to Nielsen Korea, OCN's weekend drama "The Uncanny Counter" which aired on the 17th, recorded a 9.926% (Ep.14) viewer rating based on paid platform households nationwide...More

[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Growing Season" Episodes 9-12

2021/01/17 | Permalink

Up until now I have been reasonably outspoken in praising "Growing Season" for its practical usefulness in its frank discussion of sexual health and safety in the context of realistically drawn college aged relationships. It is with regret that I must withdraw this endorsement, as "Growing Season" concludes with a rather critical plot point left entirely unresolved. I am referring, of course, to the chlamydia infection sustained by Ha-yeong despite her being in a monogamous four year relationship...More

[HanCinema's Film Review] "Josee"

2021/01/17 | Permalink

In one scene on a bus, we see college student Yeong-seok (played by Nam Joo-hyuk) sitting in the bleak night in front of an ad that promises learning English will grant him freedom. It's a bitterly ironic moment, but just one of many in "Josee" that uses the trappings of seeming romantic melodrama to ask what it really means to be free. Yet writer/director Kim Jong-kwan takes his time getting to this very moody point, ultimately starting the action off with Yeong-seok accidentally crashing into the wheelchair of the disabled Josee (Han Ji-min)...More

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