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Chungmuro/Film News
2016 Blue Dragon Awards
by | November 25, 2016 | 75 Comments
The 37th Blue Dragon Awards opened with a star-studded red carpet and awarded the biggest films of the past year, which included The Wailing, The Handmaiden, Dongju: The Portrait of Poet, and Train to Busan. The big winner among them was Inside Men, the timely political thriller about uncovering the shady relationship between a chaebol... More »


Drama Casting & News
Celebrating 10 years with the tvN10 Awards
by | October 9, 2016 | 301 Comments
Cable network tvN held its first-ever awards ceremony in celebration of its ten-year anniversary as a station, and its biggest dramas and variety shows were awarded prizes left and right. Seriously, there were so many awards. While the Big 3 stations (KBS, MBC, SBS) hold awards every year, cable shows usually don’t get the same... More »


Chungmuro/Film News
Kim Hye-soo conceives a not-so-accidental mistake in Goodbye Single
by | June 27, 2016 | 23 Comments
Famous for her roles as strong independent women from tough female detectives to stylish chief editors, actress Kim Hye-soo (Signal) transforms into immature and reckless has-been top star Joo-yeon for her new movie Goodbye Single (also known as Familyhood). This upcoming screwball comedy is about an actress past her prime and her quest to create... More »


Celebrity News
Oh Snap! Kim Hye-soo stares into our souls
by | June 16, 2016 | 18 Comments
I’m proud of High Cut for simmering down a bit when it comes to shooting female stars, since there was a period where all they seemed to like were blank, vapid stares in gaudy locations. Maybe it’s just a phase—or maybe, they’re maturing. (It’s probably just a phase.) Either way, Kim Hye-soo looks amazing in... More »


Drama Casting & News
52nd Baeksang Arts Awards: TV Section
by | June 3, 2016 | 240 Comments
The 52nd Baeksang Arts Awards ceremony was held on June 3, 2016 to award the biggest projects of the past year in film and television. We’re trying something new this year and breaking up the awards post into two sections, because these things just get insanely long, and we don’t want anyone getting scrolling-induced injuries.... More »


Drama Recaps
Signal: Episode 16 (Final)
by | March 14, 2016 | 220 Comments
Be still, my beating heart. From an intense opening to this heart-stopping conclusion, Signal shows us that it can utilize every available minute at its disposal to deliver the best it has to offer. Despite the familiar moments that may seem like we’re right back where we’ve started, there are hidden clues that suggest that... More »


Drama Recaps
Signal: Episode 15
by | March 13, 2016 | 100 Comments
We’re in the beginning of the end this week, as we close in on the final days of the past that shapes the present Hae-young and Soo-hyun currently know and live in. Given how the passage of time differs depending on a specific character’s perspective, that doesn’t leave much time to try and make some... More »


Drama Recaps
Signal: Episode 14
by | March 7, 2016 | 179 Comments
With this amount of corruption afoot, it’s amazing how any cop in this dramaverse can come out with a win. Brace yourselves for another intense, heart-pounding episode because this is one where allll the truths will come spilling out. Just in time too, because we’ve reached the year where the days are numbered for our... More »


Drama Recaps
Signal: Episode 13
by | March 6, 2016 | 165 Comments
Soo-hyun takes the spotlight this hour as she wrestles with her most difficult challenge yet: saying goodbye. Signal has put us through some emotionally trying episodes over its run, but if this episode is any indication, it can still wring more tears out of us. As we dig deeper into the past, there are fewer... More »


Drama Recaps
Signal: Episode 12
by | February 29, 2016 | 91 Comments
Everything about this show breaks my heart. The beginning of the end has arrived for our detectives as they dig into the one case that started it all—bribery, corruption, secrets, lies, and a dead brother. Starting from the very beginning can often be the most helpful course of action when it comes to solving a... More »