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Awl
Awl
(Drama, 2015)
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Nam Dong-hyeop (남동협)

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  • [Spoiler] Added episodes 11 and 12 captures for the Korean drama 'Awl'

    2015/12/01, Source
    Added episodes 11 and 12 captures for the Korean drama "Awl",...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Awl" Episode 12

    2015/11/29
    Try as it might with the expanded eighty-minute runtime, the final episode of "Awl" can't really overcome the fact that the most potentially interesting part of the entire drama (the strike) ends up being condensed into a single episode. What's more, most of this runtime is just Soo-in sulking about his apparent failure after he refuses to use the main dynamic storyline event to press for an advantage against management,...More
  • [HanCinema's Drama Review] "Awl" Episode 11

    2015/11/28
    Manager Ko makes a big general mess of employee relations. I guess because...management is trying to provoke a strike? I really don't know anymore. Ever since Go-sin stopped giving lectures about the underlying causes behind labor disputes I've had a lot of difficulty figuring out what exactly the plan at corporate even is. They just seem to be stubbornly stamping their feet and refusing to acknowledge that a problem exists. Even if management could somehow win this is obviously a completely new labor environment,...More

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