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Dismissal of appeal, Yoo Seung-joon's wish to come to Korea

2017/02/23 | 2318 views | Permalink | Source

Here are some of the issues from the week.

- Yoo Seung-joon's dream of coming to Korea falls through as appeal to enter Korea is dismissed

Yoo Seung-joon lost his last chance to enter Korea. The Seoul High Court ruled out the appeal he sent to the consul general in LA, USA. The country's rejection of him in the country seems legit. Yoo Seung-joon gave up his citizenship as a Korean in 2002 over American citizenship and avoided National Service. He sure wishes he could turn back time.

- "On the Beach at Night Alone", still in affair even after winning the prize

Will the award be an excuse for the affair she's been having? Actress Kim Min-hee who won the Best Actress at the 67th Berlin International Film Festival, is still on the hot seat of the argument of pros and cons of keeping a line between work and privacy. Hong Sang-soo's "On the Beach at Night Alone" was ruled rated R for too much adultery content.

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