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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "A Reason to Live"

    Da-hye (played by Song Hye-kyo) lives happily with her boyfriend Sang-woo (played by Ki Tae-young). A freakish turn of events separates the couple. Da-hye deals with the trauma by trying to forgive the person responsible for what happened to Sang-woo, although this process turns out to be surprisingly unsatisfying and pointless. That much is a fairly accurate description of "A Reason to Live" as a whole. Some of its ideas are good, but almost nothing of consequence is done with them,...More
  • Korean movie of the week "Art Museum By The Zoo"

    2016/06/02, Source
    Korean movie of the week "Art Museum By The Zoo" (1998) Directed by Lee Jeong-hyang With Shim Eun-ha, Lee Sung-jae, Ahn Sung-ki, Song Sun-mi, Kim Kwang-il, Kim Sun-hwa,... Synopsis Chul-soo, on leave from the military, goes to visit his girlfriend. Finding no one at home, he cleans the apartment and prepares to surprise her, only to discover that his girlfriend, she tells him she is marrying another man. With nowhere to go, Chul-soo stays at the apartment, over the express disapproval of Choon-hee, the new tenant,...More
  • Interview with critic and Beijing Film Academy professor HAO Jian

    2012/02/20, Source
    Film critic and Beijing Film Academy professor HAO Jian has written and talked about what he considers the little-known, real start of the Korean Wave in China. At the International Film Festival Rotterdam while serving on the Network for the Promotion of Asian Cinema (NETPAC) award jury, he spoke to Jean NOH about it and his thoughts on Korea-China cooperation. KOBIZ: You've written and talked about how you think a certain Korean film festival at the Beijing Film Academy was really what started the popularity of Korean films in China. Tell us about that festival,...More

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