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  • Why Many Koreans Dread Family Gatherings

    2016/02/07, Source
    Family reunions during the Lunar New Year holiday are often causes of significant stress among Koreans, mainly due to sniping from relatives. Psychologists say too much communication can be as harmful as not enough. Lee Ho-seon, a counselor for senior citizens, said, "It's a myth that family members should talk to each other a lot and openly, whereas in fact many have little communication between themselves",...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Riders: Get Tomorrow" Episode 12 Final

    I've been able to appreciate "Riders: Get Tomorrow" somewhat better by watching the drama more as an unfocused romance rather than a story about rickshaws. Unfortunately the final episode of "Riders: Get Tomorrow" complicates both interpretations of the plot. Let's start with the romance. All the lovelines are resolved fairly decisively. Unfortunately they are not resolved especially satisfactorily,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Riders: Get Tomorrow" Episode 11

    While the characterization in "Riders: Get Tomorrow" can be interesting, from a certain perspective, at the end of the day this is still a drama that requires the pretense of a plot. And that's where the conflict is ending up in preparation for the last episode. The rickshaw company has to struggle with financial backing, and once this problem is identified, the rest of the runtime is spent not quite solving it. Incidentally, don't watch the preview. It (probably) spoils the ultimate resolution,...More

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