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Days of Wrath
Days of Wrath
(Movie, 2013)
응징자

Staff
• Adaptation/Dramatization

The Final Blow
The Final Blow
(Movie, 2011)
결정적 한방

Staff
• Adaptation/Dramatization

Desire To Kill
Desire To Kill
(Movie, 2009)
죽이고 싶은

Staff
• Adaptation/Dramatization

Coma
Coma
(Drama, 2005)
코마

Staff
• Director

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  • [HanCinema's Column] Unconventional Korean Dramas

    2014/02/01
    Being a movie fan making a jump to dramas can be a daunting experience. The two are very different in many ways. From budget to tropes, from acting to directing, they are worlds apart. While there are genres even Korean films do not often touch, Korean drama is much more limited in its diversity. Sageuk, melodrama, dailies, romantic comedies, the types and formats of series are limited,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Coma"

    2013/10/26
    With horror dramas being few and far between, this is a genre that mostly goes underrepresented on television, be it due budget issues, reluctance to try horror in a different format or other reasons. Some recent attempts have been made at including horror in the plot, but those are still mainly romantic works and not pure horror series. "Coma" is a 2006 TV-movie or mini-series created by SIO Film and brought to television by OCN. So this is more of a mix between a film and a drama. Each episode has a different director (Episodes 1 and 5 are done by Kong Soo-chang, creator of "R-Point" and "The Guard Post") and the series has three writers,...More
  • Horror Film Series to Hit Television
    2006/07/13, Source
    By Kim Tae-jong
    Staff Reporter

    Horror film series "Coma", which airs on TV, deals with serial murders at a hospital.
    Is it true that the screen size matters in magnifying the horror level of a film? Many say the bigger the screen, the more,...
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