[HanCinema's Film Review] "Death in Desert" 2016/03/19,
Do-kyeong (played by Kim Min-ki) is a doctor preparing to get married to the daughter of a colleague. Somewhat inconveniently, this happens simultaneously with his rekindling an old relationship with Ga-in (played by Ko Won). At the start of "Death in Desert", Do-kyeong passively aggressively calls the affair off after the extended opening sex scene while Ga-in increasingly pathetically begs for him to treat her like a partner rather than a sex toy. Rather tellingly, Do-kyeong manages to come off as the more sympathetic person in this situation even though he's the cheater,...More
[HanCinema's Film Review] "Total Messed Family" 2014/03/22,
Won-man (played by Son Byung-ho) makes a living filing frivolous lawsuits and bullying people into paying him to go away. He is hated by, well, pretty much everybody, especially his son Cheon-bong (played by Kim Min-ki), who straight up fled the household to avoid dealing with Won-man's abuse. But the time is reckoning at hand- having exhausted the patience of all his non-relatives, Cheon-bong returns home with his hugely pregnant girlfriend. By the way, they still have vigorous loud sex every night.
This is all very much to the consternation of Se-joo (played by Han Bo-bae), the daughter of Won-man and younger sister of Cheon-bong,...More
C'est Si Bon members wow LA fans 2011/07/25, Source,
Singers Cho Young-nam, center, Kim Se-hwan, left, and Yoon Hyung-ju - regular performers at C'est Si Bon, the legendary Korean live music cafe in the 1960s and 1970s - perform at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Saturday. / Korea Times
By Chung Ah-young
Singers Cho Young-nam, Yoon Hyung-ju and Kim Se-hwan ― regular performers at C'est Si Bon, the legendary Korean live music cafe in the 1960s and 1970s ― wowed their fans at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles, Saturday,...More
Hwang Jung-min's Music Picks 2010/11/10, Source,
Actor Hwang Jung-min [10 Asia]
If you asked what actor Hwang Jung-min's biggest concern is, he would answer: “I want to be able to act better". This may be an incomprehendable to some actors whose acting need some real improvement, the ones who have issues such as not even able to pronounce their lines properly. After all, this was the man who appeared as the charismatic boss of a gang in the film “A Bittersweet Life" (2005), the same guy who won rich praise from critics and viewers with his acting in film “You are my Sunshine" (2005) which he literally put his soul and might into. And that is how he came to say the famous line “I merely laid a spoon on the table. [He credited his win as best actor for his role in 'You are my Sunshine' to the film's director and crew.])” at the Daejong Film Awards -- yet that very man is worried about his acting right now,...More
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