[Lily's Take] Gang Dong-won Shares His Insights Into his Career
Actor Gang Dong-won has successfully won the title of "National Actor" for his 15-year acting care,...More
[HanCinema's Drama Review] "A Korean Odyssey" Episode 15
If episode fourteen of "A Korean Odyssey" was shaky, episode fifteen is floundering, as one basele,...More
[Lily's Take] Namgoong Min Is a Master of Facial Expression
Actor Namgoong Min shared his daily life,...More
Women shop in a flower market in Seoul on Monday...More
I've seen overly busy premises before, but actress Kang So-ra is being courted for one heck of a potentially enraging head-scratcher. The actress is currently reviewing an offer by romantic fantasy drama "Gyeryong Fairy Tale", which is based on a webtoon about a 699-year-old being waiting for a loved one. Now that's some ridiculous dedication. Wait until you read whom it's for...More
"Let's Watch the Sunset" does not beat around the bush with its melodramatic value, because you don't get much more melodramatic than having consecutive grand statements made to the tunes of A Great Big World's "Say Something". The drama's first teaser is sombre and very informative, as it sets the basic conflicts and introduces the characters who go through them...More
Right away there's some badly needed continuity - Yoon-ah is still really depressed that her job interview was actually just a pretext for the guy in charge of hiring to creepily hit on young women who want jobs. So in turn, the other residents of the Waikiki Guest House try to cheer her up. All they do is repeat the same proverb at her with different examples in freezing weather. Which is funny enough on its own, but then they keep suffering from bizarre elaborate failure...More
As we know, Ho-yeong and Eun-ho are motivated to win largely through spite, or in their more sympathetic moments, as a kind of ploy to maybe impress Ji-na. While those do not seem like very good reasons to be on the national short track team, Hoon manages to come up with an even worse one. He wants Eun-ho to win for the sole sake of family honor. Which in addition to being arrogant, is also strategically questionable. You can't just assume that Korean short track athletes are the best...More
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