[HanCinema's Film Review] "Seoul Searching" 2016/07/24, "Seoul Searching" is a John Hughes-esque teenage romcom that evolves through its one hour and forty-five minute runtime. Director and writer Benson Lee, who based the story on his own experiences in a 1986 Korean summer camp, serves up characters in the forms of teenage stereotypes that gradually take on individual personalities. The cast is made up of fresh-faced ethnic Korean actors from all over the world such as Korean-German Teo Yoo as Klaus and Korean-Spanish Esteban Ahn as Sergio. Joining them are Korean-American Justin Chon (Twilight, "Dramaworld"), Korean veteran actor Cha In-pyo, budding actress Kang Byul ("God's Gift - 14 Days", "The Rooftop Prince"), and Korean-American Jessika Van (MTV's Awkward). The disparate cast, although all of Korean heritage, reflects the core theme of the film, which is self-discovery. It is their mutual Korean heritage that brings them together, but their experiences that keep them that way. Welcome a film that sends a universal message of teenage loneliness via culture clash that results in human growth and understanding,...More
"Ugly Alert" Kim Hyeon-woo's drunk act 2013/05/30, Source,
Actor Kim Hyeon-woo has mesmerized viewers with his lame cuteness. He appears in the SBS drama "Ugly Alert" as a pretty boy and recently took a scene where he acted drunk.
Kim Hyeon-woo takes on the role of Kang Cheol-soo, senior to Gong Hyeon-seok (Choi Tae-joon) and a long term public exam student. He will be in romance with Gong Jin-joo (Kang Byul) in the future. On the eighth episode of this drama, Cheol-soo became so drunk he couldn't even walk and Jin-joo had to come and get him at the police station,...More
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