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  • Cho Jung-seok and Yoona Will Rock the Big Screen This Summer

    2019/05/30, Source
    They drew attention with the news of being in the same movie together last year and finally, Cho Jung-seok and Yoona are coming to theaters this summer. In a recent preview of the movie "Exit - Movie", these two appear as two college mates who reunite at someone's mother's seventieth birthday party,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Exit" Episodes 3-4 (Final)

    Conceptually, "Exit" is a satire of the illogical means by which bad dramas attempt to brute force a happy ending since there's no way to resolve the conflict plausibly, especially when too little time remains to do so. At least, this is the most reasonable way to interpret how Kang-soo finally relocates the mother who abandoned him decades ago with an ambiguously abusive father. Every step of the way, said mother simply placidly reassures Kang-soo that everything will be all right,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Exit" Episodes 1-2

    Kang-soo (played by Choi Tae-joon) has a sympathetic backstory. He's deep in debt, thanks to his father Jeong-man (played by Woo Hyun) and works this debt off by doing odd jobs for loan shark Tae-bok (played by Park Ho-san). Unfortunately Kang-soo is also not very smart, especially when it comes to money. We see Kang-soo make frivolous purchases large and small, effectively making his poverty cyclical. So it is that Kang-soo searches for an "Exit" to his dilemma, however exotic that solution may be,...More
  • Korean Drama Starting Today 2018/04/30

    2018/04/30, Source
    Korean drama starting today 2018/04/30 "Exit",...More