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  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "One Day"

    2017/04/15
    Kang-soo (played by Kim Nam-gil) is an insurance adjuster who has had a very, very rough time as of late. His wife Seon-hwa (played by Im Hwa-young) is dead, and all Kang-soo can do to distract himself from the misery is focus on his work and get drunk at night in a feeble effort to alleviate the pain. So it's little surprise that when Mi-so (played by Chun Woo-hee) asks Kang-soo the rather peculiar question "can you see me?", Kang-soo is evasive and fails to catch on to the strange evolving situation,...More
  • 4 points to look out for in "Uncontrollably Fond"

    2016/07/05, Source
    Actors Kim Woo-bin and Suzy's "Uncontrollably Fond" opens its doors on the 6th. The KBS drama "Uncontrollably Fond" has been of great issue way before its release. The drama is about a man and a woman who broke up on bad terms, reuniting as a super star and documentary producer,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Perfect Sense"

    2016/04/20
    Ah-yeon (played by Choi Soo-young) is a blind English teacher. "Perfect Sense" is mostly dedicated to demonstrating how this condition, being blind, is not as big a deal as it may seem. Consider the opening scene at the ice skating rink. Ah-yeon skates better than I can, no doubt about that, because there is more to proper navigation than just what you can see. So it is with life- the most important parts of the world have to be understood through more than just the eyes alone. Even if Ah-yeon needs an adorable service dog to help out,...More

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