Tagged: chunhee lee

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National Security (Korean Film)

Set in 1985, National Security is based on the memoir by Kim Keun-tae, a democratic activist who was kidnapped and tortured for 22 days under the orders of gruesome police inspector Lee Geun-an, better known as The Undertaker.

The experience of a non-Kpop fan watching Family Outing for the first time 21

The experience of a non-Kpop fan watching Family Outing for the first time

After I dropped a comment on Amy’s blog post talking about her commitment issues with television lately, she suggested me to give Family Outing a shot.

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Gloria – Ep38-Final

The last 13 episodes of Korean drama Gloria focus all their forces in taking older half-brother Ji Suk down. As a new alliance from a forgotten relative is formed, she will do anything in her power to hunt the fox down.

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Gloria – Ep26-Ep37

From this point on, Gloria turns from self-aware soap opera into a melodrama, as the relationships between Jin Jin, Kang Suk, Yoon Seo and Dong Ah get more problematic with the cliché evil bad guy Ji Suk.

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Gloria – Ep13-Ep25

In the next 12 episodes of Gloria, the story starts to grow into the crescendo of drama that is essential in all telenovelas! Gloria is slow without being boring, and lacks a lot of the “cheese,” which makes this feel mature.

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YAM – Issue 012

Our latest and last issue as a PDF. This marks a new beginning for us, and marks the actual 2-month countdown for the opening of yam-mag.com. In this issue, McNeil from The Dark of the Matinee gives us a look at what was the Toronto Film Festival this year, and gives his thoughts on Let Me In, Black Swan, and Norwegian Wood.

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Gloria – Ep01-Ep12

Gloria’s first 12 episodes (of a lasting 50) are a light drama story with comedic moments and a bit of music. It tells the story of four characters — Na Jin Jin, Dong Ah, Kang Suk, and Yoon Seo — and how their lives change when they meet.

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YAM – Issue 007

On this issue we’ve got a special coverage on the Stockholm Film Fest, including a Q&A with Sin Nombre director Cary Fukunaga, and several reviews from the festival’s films like Precious, Up in the Air, and The Cove which will play a big part on the coming award shows…

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Family Outing

People often say, “You can choose your friends, but you can’t choose your family.” So what do you get when you put a bunch of celebrities together, and make them act as if they were family? You get Family Outing, a Korean variety program.