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Jo Pil-ho: The Dawning Rage (2019)

Source | 2019/03/23 | Permalink

"Jo Pil-ho: The Dawning Rage"

Genres: Crime and Drama
Running Time: 127 min.
Directed by: Lee Jeong-beom
Starring: Lee Sun-kyun, Jeon So-nee...More

Singer Joo Hyun-mi Embraces Trend to Reconnect with Fans

Source | 2019/03/23 | Permalink

Veteran singer Joo Hyun-mi opened a YouTube channel recently. Joo, who enjoyed popularity in the mid-1980s until the early 1990s, is one of the most successful singers in the field of Korea's old-style elegiac songs...More

Today's Photo: March 23, 2019 [2]

Source | 2019/03/23 | Permalink

Lee Chung-yong (center) reacts with his teammates after scoring a goal against Bolivia in a friendly match in Ulsan on Friday. Korea defeated Bolivia 1-0...More

Today's Photo: March 23, 2019 [1]

Source | 2019/03/23 | Permalink

Cherry blossoms are in bloom in Ulsan on Friday...More

[Orion's Daily Ramblings] Park Jin-hee, Lee Ki-woo and Bong Tae-gyu Join Social Drama "Doctor Detective"

2019/03/22 | Permalink

"Doctor Detective", which we had last heard of when it was courting Kim Hyun-joo, finally has a premise and a main cast. Actors Park Jin-hee and Bong Tae-gyu reunite after "Return", and Lee Ki-woo joins the party in this series tackling yet another fresh type of occupation and injustice...More

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