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  • [Guest Film Review] "Silmido"

    2016/06/11
    Silmido was the first Korean film to attract more than 10 million viewers in the country's cinemas. What is more impressive, though, is that it's amazing story is actually based on true events,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "The Best Romance"

    2015/02/21
    It is a popular opinion that a well paired romantic couple is the single most important thing for romantic comedy in Korean drama. Even if everything else is bad, surely fun and cute interactions will save it. Sadly, a boat full of holes is doomed to sink, no matter how much one cheers it on. The same goes for any story and genre, including romantic comedy in film. 'The Best Romance' is a light, sometimes fun movie, but it also has a great flaw,...More
  • [Spoiler] "A New Leaf" rape victim tries to kill herself

    2014/05/01, Source
    On this episode of the MBC drama "A New Leaf", Jeong Hye-ryeong (Kim Yoon-seo) was raped by Park Dong-hyeon (Lee Ro-gun) and beaten by authority, which led to her attempts to commit suicide. Rookie actress Jeong Hye-ryeong had been raped by the son of a wealthy family Park Dong-hyeon and was about to lose the case. She had hit the wall of power, so she tried to kill herself,...More

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