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[Ratings] "Flower Crew: Joseon Marriage Agency" Has a Good Start With 4.3%

Source | 2019/09/16 | Permalink

"Flower Crew: Joseon Marriage Agency" had a good start.

The jTBC drama "Flower Crew: Joseon Marriage Agency" rated 4.3%. The viewing percentage increased by 0.4% since the last episode of "A Moment at Eighteen"...More

[Video] Character Trailer Released for the Upcoming Korean Animated Movie "Ireesha, The Daughter of Elf-king"

Source | 2019/09/16 | Permalink

Character trailer released for the upcoming Korean animated movie "Ireesha, The Daughter of Elf-king"...More

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[Video] 30s Trailer Released for the Upcoming Korean Movie "Aewol - Written on the Wind"

Source | 2019/09/16 | Permalink

30s trailer released for the upcoming Korean movie "Aewol - Written on the Wind"...More

[Videos] New Trailer and Videos Released for the Upcoming Korean Movie "The Battle of Jangsari"

Source | 2019/09/16 | Permalink

New trailer and videos released for the upcoming Korean movie "The Battle of Jangsari"...More

[Video] 5-Minute Highlight Video Released for the Upcoming Korean Drama "When the Camellia Blooms"

Source | 2019/09/16 | Permalink

5-minute highlight video released for the upcoming Korean drama "When the Camellia Blooms"...More

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