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[HanCinema's News] An Unusual Slate of Celebrities Comes Out to Support "The School Nurse Files"

2020/09/27 | Permalink

The new Netflix drama "The School Nurse Files" has featured an unusual emphasis in its marketing. The paranormal drama starring Jung Yu-mi and Nam Joo-hyuk would normally seem an obvious draw for younger viewers. Yet "The School Nurse Files" has featured glowing endorsements from a peculiar slate of older celebrities that includes director Park Chan-wook and actresses Lee Young-ae, Gong Hyo-jin, and Son Ye-jin...More

[HanCinema's News] Lee Moo-saeng Confirmed for "The Silent Sea"

2020/09/27 | Permalink

As the Netflix drama "The Silent Sea" moves into production more minor roles are being confirmed. Among them is Lee Moo-saeng, an actor who has in recent years graduated from unnamed roles to named roles...More

[HanCinema's News] Jung Woo-sung and Hyeri Selected as Models for Zombie Survival Game

2020/09/27 | Permalink

The new mobile game from King's Group, S.O.S State of Survival, recently announced that Jung Woo-sung and Hyeri would be working as advertising models for the tactical zombie survival game...More

[HanCinema's Film Review] "The Night of the Undead"

2020/09/26 | Permalink

A buff naked man crashes from outer space in Cheonggyecheon. The onlookers, for the most part, try not to make a big deal of this. Then we transition to So-hee (played by Lee Jung-hyun), who tries not to make such a big deal of how much she loves her newlywed husband Man-gil (played by Kim Sung-oh), at least until circumstance leads her to suspect infidelity. Although it's not infidelity so much as...well...More

[HanCinema's Film Review] "Magical: Make The Princess Laugh"

2020/09/26 | Permalink

While the title "Magical: Make The Princess Laugh" calls to mind the classic fairy tale of the princess who never smiled, this conflict is resolved surprisingly early and disturbingly. She ends up laughing at a scene that could best be described as macabre. Not that "Magical: Make The Princess Laugh" ever really acknowledges this. This plot point takes place over the course of a cheerful song where professional clowns attempt to distract Leah (voiced by Park Ji-yoon-I) from her mother's senseless tragic death at the hands of a gippy...More

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