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  • [Photos] New Stills Added for the Upcoming Korean Movie "By Quantum Physics: a Nightlife Venture"

    2019/09/03, Source
    Kim Young-jae New stills added for the upcoming Korean movie "By Quantum Physics: A Nightlife Venture",...More
  • Park Hae-soo's Wedding Pictures

    2018/12/25, Source
    Park Hae-soo is getting married in 2019. His wedding pictures came out on the 26th. His bride-to-be is 6 years younger than him and they met through a friend a year ago,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Sing Again, Hera Gu" Episode 12 Final

    Almost the entirity of this episode is dedicated to the musical show where the titular team makes their debut. There's plenty of musical numbers and very little plot- which is fine by me, since I'm rather tired of discussing my irritations with the plot. Weirdly enough, aside from the cliffhanger most of the important story points were actually resolved last episode. The secondary love line, the coming out story, and the ever-annoying Scarlett are now well in the past. That leaves the primary love line and the archvillain Je-gook. And these plot points aren't really resolved by deliberate character action so much as just by random accident,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Sing Again, Hera Gu" Episode 11

    Just when I thought "Sing Again, Hera Gu" couldn't get any more dumb and petty, the central conflict ends up being about security issues of all things. How did Se-jong even get into that office in the first place? Does the secretary just wave in everybody who she recognizes even if they're no longer clients? Why does Je-gook have a button on his desk that sets off the fire alarm- in what possible context could that be useful? Do bands regularly have guitar burnings in his office?,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Sing Again, Hera Gu" Episode 10

    The villains in "Sing Again, Hera Gu" are very petty. I honestly can't think of any other way to describe their behavior. Je-gook, a man who's supposed to be a power player in the world of music, seriously dedicates resources and witnesses here to commit a crime that practically amounts to a high school prank. They've got him dead-to-rights for burglary and vandalism- if the accomplices have any sense they'll sell out the famous dude to avoid jail time. At least, that's what our characters could do, if they would just call the police,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Sing Again, Hera Gu" Episode 9

    As much as I enjoy parodies over the inherent absurdity involved in scripted television, I'm not sure "Sing Again, Hera Gu" is really in any position to be giving lectures over what constitutes comically bad writing. The big dramatic event this episode ends up turning into a rather petty, dumb scam that accomplishes very little except making Hera feel somewhat ill. For the record, an incident like this would probably provoke an investigation by the trade guilds. There are very serious regulations involved in who's allowed entry onto a set,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Sing Again, Hera Gu" Episode 8

    Well I'll be darned. "Sing Again, Hera Gu" is one of the last dramas I'd expect to have a coherent, self-contained philosophical thread over the course of a single episode and yet here we are. Kudos to the production team- the theme here is confession, specifically of the romantic variety. Nearly every single character gets entangled in one of these somehow, and as the ending helpfully notes, what determines success or failure in this context isn't necessarily genuineness, but rather timing,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Sing Again, Hera Gu" Episode 7

    The direction in "Sing Again, Hera Gu" makes the drama look like a music video. That's not necessarily an insult, it's just that realizing this helps me to understand somewhat why the plot frequently takes such radical terms. In music videos, no one really cares about situations being overly melodramatic because they're so short. Car crashes, lovelorn crooning, secret conspiracies- heck, most music videos only even have vague verbal references to their "story" at all, relying mostly on visuals. So why should an Mnet drama be any different?,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Sing Again, Hera Gu" Episode 6

    Unfortunately there's not really much music this time. The main song is at the beginning, and it's more a standard music video than a real dance number. Instead, there's a lot more regarding the romance. Ray helpfully recaps us on the plot from his perspective- he came to Korea to meet his twin, but his twin is dead. His dream lives on, though, for the love of music and the love of Hera. While Ray was always on board with first plank of the plan, it's only just now that he can see the appeal of the second,...More
  • [Spoiler] 'Sing Again, Hera Gu' Min Hyo-rin sports smokey eyes and some exposure of upper body in music video

    2015/02/13, Source
    Min Hyo-rin showed off her various charms through the parody video of "Sixth Sense" in the drama, 'Sing Again, Hera Gu'. On the 6th episode of Mnet's music drama, 'Sing Again, Hera Gu', Gu Hera (Min Hyo-rin) and her band members reinterpreted Brown Eyed Girls' "Sixth Sense" and revealed their UCC video clip,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Sing Again, Hera Gu" Episode 5

    The viewers have spoken, so "Sing Again, Hera Gu" gives them what they really want- more fabulous shots featuring the manly chest of Shim Hyung-tak. I find it kind of hard to believe that the two directors are male. But maybe that was just the main point of discussion at the last meeting. Jeong Soo-hyeon and Sin Myeong-jin going no, no, no. The whole reason we wrote the shirtless scene was so that everyone could get a good long look at his chest and you did it wrong. If Shim Hyung-tak himself had any objection to this it was well-hidden. The man's performance is as jovially seriously ridiculous as ever,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Sing Again, Hera Gu" Episode 4

    So, the dark secrets regarding Se-chan and his separated twin brother are...not really explained that well actually. Well, sometimes people get babies confused. It happens. I mean let's be honest most babies look identical anyway. Actually I find myself wondering about their, never mind. I don't want to know. If he's not in the picture that means he'll probably re-enter the story in a comically melodramatic way and "Sing Again, Hera Gu" is already constantly trying my patience with exaggerated tragedy,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Sing Again, Hera Gu" Episode 3

    Apparently the first two episodes were just a prologue- the plot actually starts now, as He-ra tries to fulfill Se-chan's last wishes and bring the band back together. Note that the main important storyline point the drama needed to establish for this to work was just to show the six lead characters being buddies, but up until this episode they've barely even shared any screen time. Well, whatever. I'm mostly just relieved that "Sing Again, Hera Gu" has stopped with the excessive melodrama,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Sing Again, Hera Gu" Episode 2

    If I didn't know better I'd think this drama was deliberately trying to antagonize me. This episode has the exact same flaws and virtues that I discussed last time- except there's more flaw and less virtue. We have one really good, really fun song to start the episode out out. Then there's a big conversation about betrayal and the three characters not in the love triangle are almost completely sidelined as the whole episode turns into serious emotional drama about characters who have little defined motivation outside of childhood flashbacks,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Sing Again, Hera Gu" Episode 1

    Usually it takes multiple episodes for a drama to have issues with pacing and build-up, yet somehow "Sing Again, Hera Gu" manages to screw this up right from the start. First we get the actual auditions, then a huge ridiculously long portion that goes over the drama's love triangle in minute, tiring detail, and finally we get back to the music competition just in time for a cliffhanger right when things are about to get interesting. I'm not terribly surprised to learn that this drama has three credited writers and two directors, only one of whom seems to have any serious prior experience,...More
  • Korean dramas starting today 2015/01/09 in Korea

    2015/01/09, Source
    Korean dramas starting today 2015/01/09 in Korea: "Spy - Drama", "Heart to Heart" and "Sing Again, Hera Gu",...More
  • 'Sing Again, Hera Gu' releases a teaser on its preview show behind the scenes

    2015/01/02, Source
    A show featruing what went on behind the scenes of 'Sing Again, Hera Gu' will be released. On January 2nd, the production team of Mnet's music drama, 'Sing Again, Hera Gu' released a sneak preview of 'Anticipate, 'Sing Again, Hera Gu", which will show many aspects behind the scenes with the drama including the vivid behind-the-scenes of the production and the stories from the staff,...More
  • Upcoming Korean drama "Sing Again, Hera Gu"

    2014/12/12, Source
    Added the upcoming Korean drama "Sing Again, Hera Gu"'s page to HanCinema database,...More
  • [Video] Added new teaser trailers and videos for the Korean drama 'Sing Again, Hera Gu'

    2014/12/08, Source
    Added new teaser trailers and videos for the upcoming Korean drama "Sing Again, Hera Gu",...More
  • Superstar K3 winners ready for new path

    2011/11/15, Source
    The winner of "Superstar K3" Ulala Session, and the third and fourth place winners, Christian Love Lee and the duo Two Month, looked tired but ready for their journey into professional music. But runner-up Busker Busker was absent at the interview held at Sangam-dong, Seoul, Monday. After winning one of the biggest audition programs in the country, the three will go on a six-month incubation system with CJ E&M and after which, a possible professional career,...More
  • Ulala Session takes 'Superstar K3'

    2011/11/14, Source
    The audience watched with trembling excitement and anticipation early Saturday - around 1 a.m. - as Ulala Session was announced the winner of Mnet's "Superstar K3" in Jamsil Gymnasium, southern Seoul. After months of battling other talented artists, the four-member band earned 500 million won in cash and a chance to perform at the Mnet Asia Music Awards in Singapore on Nov. 29. The band will also release a single and a music video for "With You", the song they performed on the final stage,...More
  • [Photo N] Yoo Ah-in 'hiding behind Park Han-byeol"

    2011/11/11, Source
    Ooh La La Sensation has been selected as the final winner of the MNet "Super Star K 3" finals that was held on the 11th of November in Seoul. The TOP 2 finalists Ooh La La Sensation (Kim Myeong-hoon, Park Seung-il, Im Yoon-taek, Park Kwang-sun) and Busker Busker (Jang Beom-joon, Brad, Kim Hyung-tae) performed twice each this day.,...More
  • Who will take Mnet's Superstar K3?

    2011/11/10, Source
    Will it be Busker Busker or Ulala Session? This Friday, Mnet's "Superstar K3" will decide along with fans which group will win. With a new rule change this season, groups were allowed to enter the contest, and changed the dynamics of the popular audition show. The competition was fiercer than ever where the fans have enjoyed three months of dynamic and inspiring performances, and it's the groups that are the two finalists,...More

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