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Park Bo-gum in Talks for "A Record of Youth"

Source | 2019/12/15 | Permalink

Actor Park Bo-gum is considering the new tvN drama "A Record of Youth", according to his agency, Blossom Entertainment.

"A Record of Youth" is based on the modeling world, and it is directed by Ahn Gil-ho, who directed "Secret Forest", "Memories of the Alhambra" and "WATCHER", and written by Ha Myeong-hee, writer of "Doctors" and "The Temperature of Love"...More

[Ratings] "Beautiful Love, Wonderful Life" Shows Decrease

Source | 2019/12/15 | Permalink

"Beautiful Love, Wonderful Life" remains in 27%.

According to Nielsen Korea, the KBS weekend drama "Beautiful Love, Wonderful Life" rated 23.7% and 27.0%...More

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Korean Box Office for the Weekend 2019.12.13 ~ 2019.12.15

Source | 2019/12/15 | Permalink

The number one movie this week is "Frozen 2"...More

[Photos] New Behind the Scenes Images Added for the Upcoming Korean Drama "Black Dog"

Source | 2019/12/15 | Permalink

New behind the scenes images added for the upcoming Korean drama "Black Dog"...More

[Photos] New Stills Added for the Korean Drama "Crash Landing on You"

Source | 2019/12/15 | Permalink

New stills added for the Korean drama "Crash Landing on You"...More

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