Posts Tagged ‘Kim Hyun-joong’

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Age of Feeling: Episode 22
by | March 28, 2014 | 34 Comments
War comes to Shanghai by means of an incredibly deadly game of telephone, which—if that doesn’t already sound fun to you—is actually one of the better sequences we’ve seen lately. The stakes go as high as they can get as our hero pits one foe against the other in order to dominate the weakened winner,... More »


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Age of Feeling: Episode 21
by | March 27, 2014 | 37 Comments
The time has come to prepare for an all out war between the factions and their representative territories, in what’s turning into a small-scale depiction of the Second World War. Luckily, our hero plays it smart this round by reverting to old school war strategies to hopefully defeat his two opponents before they can do... More »


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Age of Feeling: Episode 20
by | March 21, 2014 | 40 Comments
It’s an hour full of blood, pain, and goodbyes, as the show keeps chugging along with its own brand of organized chaos and ever-changing rules. Though we may not know quite why our hero ends up fighting one of his good friends (who was also part of the sadly short-lived Dream Team), we still get... More »


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Age of Feeling: Episode 19
by | March 20, 2014 | 50 Comments
Friends become enemies in the blink of an eye as the turf warfare escalates to familiar heights, with the gold standard for solving problems being the tried-and-true method of setting up a duel for any day that isn’t today… and then taking up all the time left before the scheduled date to talk about it... More »


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Age of Feeling: Episode 18
by | March 14, 2014 | 48 Comments
Whether holding our hero’s treasured girlfriend hostage or massacring a bunch of innocent people, our ambiguously awful duo of baddies go the extra mile this episode to make sure that not one argument can be made for their redemption—which is a handy trick to employ when you want to make your good guys look even... More »


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Age of Feeling: Episode 17
by | March 13, 2014 | 24 Comments
Despite Age of Feeling being one of the most troubled productions in recent memory, this episode marks a huge improvement over the past couple weeks, in that it used its time to actually propel the story forward. (I know, right? Mind = Blown.) So while the bad guys keep quibbling over who-owns-what and the turf... More »


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Age of Feeling: Episode 16
by | March 8, 2014 | 61 Comments
Remember that time everyone fought over the corpse of our hero’s father? Now it’s time to fight over the all-important club he left behind, which brings some new foes out of the woodwork, and some familiar ones too. That’s right—one of our fan favorites has returned from the brink of the character disposal bin to... More »


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Age of Feeling: Episode 15
by | March 7, 2014 | 41 Comments
Our hero causes an upset in his world of gangsters and politicking by taking on a new father in order to exact revenge for the old one, while his former flame finds out more about the woman her mother once was and how everything begins and ends in Shanghai. (Seriously. Everything.) At least there’s a... More »


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Age of Feeling: Episode 14
by | March 1, 2014 | 44 Comments
Our hero wins over the hearts of the people through a simple act of violence, though I’m sure the fact that they were already predisposed to love him certainly helped. While most of the gang politics tend to revolve around Jung-tae and the role he’ll play in Shanghai’s future, it’s kind of funny just how... More »


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Age of Feeling: Episode 13
by | February 28, 2014 | 37 Comments
While not returning to the glory days of yore, this episode showed a marked improvement toward focusing on the things that actually matter, and less on the stuff no one cares about. Our hero actually takes some action this episode, even if it means going to the dark side to rule the world and avenge... More »


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Age of Feeling: Episode 12
by | February 22, 2014 | 66 Comments
Our hero turns to revenge in his darkest hour to fill the empty hole in his heart that once/an hour ago was consumed by hatred for his father. Now he has the opportunity to fill it with hatred for his father’s murderer, so, healthy choices are being made all around. As far as the gang... More »