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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "My Tutor Friend Lesson II" + DVD Giveaway

    2017/08/19
    Junko (played by Lee Chung-ah) is a young Japanese woman of some Korean ancestry who lives in Hokkaido. She had a massive crush on Woo-seong (played by Yang Jin-woo) when he stayed at her home for awhile as an exchange student. So naturally, when it's time for Junko to go to college, she heads off to Seoul to try and find him. Junko boards at a traditional Korean guest house, where she meets Jong-man (played by Park Ki-woong) whose temperament is a tad cruder than Junko was expecting, considering everyone knows how cool and awesome Korean men are,...More
  • Korean drama starting today 2014/11/10 in Korea

    2014/11/10, Source
    Korean drama starting today 2014/11/10 in Korea: "Sweet Secrets",...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Drama Special - Dreaming Man"

    2014/05/25
    Joon-gil (played by Yang Jin-woo) really is a luckless man. The ending is somewhat happy, I suppose, from a certain point of view, but it's hard to ignore the general stench of failure that surrounds Joon-gil. Practically every conversation he has here is some sort of negotiation, but these tend not to be successful operations. That kind of thing is unsurprising given Joon-gil's apparent abilities. "Drama Special - Dreaming Man" has a pretty standard concept. A man with apparent knowledge of future events has to work to keep those events from coming to pass,...More

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