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Social commentary from barber's chair
According to Forrest Gump, the idiot-savant cum fully-fledged American hero, life was like a box of chocolates - you never knew what you were going to get. Yet if you happened to be the only barber who lived and worked within walking distance of Cheong Wa Dae (the Blue House) during the political,...More
Im Looks at 'Low Class Life'
Acclaimed local director Im Kwon-taek says everyone who lived from the 1950s to the 1970s will find that his newest film "Haryu Insaeng (Low Class Life)" rings true.
"It's a story about whoever lived through that era," Im said after the press screening of the film, his 99th, last week in Seoul.
The art of the comeback
Famous for his charismatic roles in historic dramas, actor Lee Kwang-ki, 35, became famous as Do Won-goon, the royal prince of the Joseon Dynasty, in the KBS miniseries "The First Emperor" from 1995 to 1998. It was the longest-running hit miniseries in Korea.
After a roller coaster of career hi,...More
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