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  • "Secret Boutique" Will Jang Mi-hee Replace Lee Mi-sook?

    2019/04/14, Source
    "Secret Boutique" let out a statement regarding the casting of Jang Mi-hee who was rumored to be replacing Lee Mi-sook. The statement said that it wasn't true that Jang Mi-hee was taking Lee Mi-sook's place,...More
  • [Hancinema Film Review] "Deep Blue Night"

    Based on the homonymous novel by Choi In-ho, and shot in Lon Angeles, "Deep Blue Sea" was one of the first local movies to portray the eagerness of Koreans to immigrate to the US, which was considered the "Absolute" country to live in. Despite the radically different setting than his previous films, "Deep Blue Sea" was another huge commercial success, attracting more than 600,000 viewers, breaking box office records, and receiving many awards on both domestic and international stages, including the Grand Bell Film Award, the Paeksang Arts Award and an Asia Pacific Screen Award,...More
  • [Hancinema Film Review] "Hwang Jin-ie" + Full Movie

    My exploration of Bae Chang-ho's cinema continues with a rather different film, since it takes place in the Joseon era, and focuses not on narrative, but on visuals, in a rather arthouse approach. Let us take things from the beginning though,...More

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