[Video] Adult rated trailer released for the Korean movie 'HARU'
Adult rated trailer released for the Korean movie "HARU",...More
Freelance television presenter Kim Sung-joo, 41, will host the second season of the country's first local food audition show, tentatively called "The Battle of Korean Cuisine", the emcee's agency announced through a press release yesterday.
The first episode of the new season will air on Sept. 18 through cable channels Olive TV and tvN...More
Singer John Park will return to the music scene at noon on Sept. 12 with his new single "U", his agency Music Farm announced yesterday.
"U" is inspired by Britpop, a rock music genre developed in the '90s in Britain. The agency explained that the new song will allow the singer's low-toned voice to stand out more and will show detailed changes in the singer's emotions...More
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This episode of "Fated to Love You" really proved how strongly written the two main characters are written. Despite mistakes that they make and misunderstandings that they have, they retain the traits that make them endearing. It is those traits that will bring the estranged lovebird back together. It is this couple, and their supportive families, that carry the show. They are its core and strength when the secondary plot lines fail.
It is also the incredibly ability of Jang Hyeok and Jang Nara to emote that keep the show emotionally tethered to its audience...More
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We appear to have solved the mystery of why Hae-yeong is together with Soo-ah. No, it's not because she demonstrates any kind of positive character traits this episode. It's because Hae-yeong clearly enjoys being chased around. This is a bit of a non-intuitive thing to realize here, given that he frequently acts agitated and annoyed every time a woman comes after him, but it becomes rather obvious when Hae-yeong finally gets a moment to himself that he really does kind of get off on being suddenly waylaid by a woman begging him for something.
This episode gives a very clear sense of why Sang-hyo and Hae-yeong broke up. I don't just mean the flashback, although that's a good demonstration of the basic weirdness of their relationship...More
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