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Chungmuro/Film News
Shin Ha-kyun and Sung Joon join assassin Kim Ok-bin in new action film
by | October 12, 2016 | 18 Comments
Originally titled Seven Secrets, the new action-thriller film Evil Woman, described as a La Femme Nikita-esque tale about a female assassin, has secured Kim Ok-bin (Yoo-na’s Street) as its lead. The director has also changed from Hong Ki-seon to Jung Byung-gil, who created the award-winning 2012 suspense movie Confession of Murder. Similarly, this upcoming film... More »


Drama Recaps
Madam Antoine: Episode 1
by | January 26, 2016 | 95 Comments
The last of cable’s new weekend shows is JTBC’s quirky rom-com Madam Antoine, an opposites-attract comedy about a phony fortuneteller and a psychologist whose worlds collide. Though the first episode jumps through some hoops to force our two leads together, they make a pretty entertaining pair, matched point for point in intuition, fast-talking wit, and... More »


Drama Casting & News
Love gets cynical, lovelorn, and tested in Madam Antoine
by | January 13, 2016 | 15 Comments
We’re a week (and change) out from Madam Antoine’s premiere, so we’re probably winding down with the promo stills and previews as the show prepares for lift-off. By now, we know the premise: Han Ye-seul is the fake fortuneteller whose skills are really rooted in her ability to read people, and Sung Joon is the... More »


Drama Casting & News
Experimenting with romance in Madam Antoine
by | January 4, 2016 | 47 Comments
Oh this looks light and fun. Maybe that’s obvious, since Madam Antoine’s posters and stills were quirky and cute, but it’s always nice to see the chemistry in action when you’re heading into a rom-com. The new JTBC series stars Han Ye-seul (Birth of a Beauty) as a phony fortuneteller and Sung Joon (High Society)... More »


Drama Casting & News
Madam Antoine highlights phony seer and quirky experiment
by | December 21, 2015 | 37 Comments
Posters are out for JTBC’s upcoming drama Madam Antoine, and they do a good job of conveying the colorful, fun vibe of the show that’s highlighting its quirky rom-com bent. It’ll be an opposites-attract romance, pitting a phony fortuneteller (Han Ye-seul) against a logical-minded psychologist (Sung Joon) and letting the sparks (hopefully) fly. In the... More »


Chungmuro/Film News
Sung Joon and Yeo Jin-gu courted for new film
by | November 10, 2015 | 46 Comments
Sung Joon (High Society) and Yeo Jin-gu (Orange Marmalade) are considering offers to headline a new movie titled Shadow Called Yesterday, the new project from director Lee Yu-bin of the mystery-melo-romance Shuttlecock. What is Shadow Called Yesterday about, you ask?... More »


Drama Casting & News
Sung Joon considers JTBC’s Madam Antoine
by | October 14, 2015 | 57 Comments
So Sung Joon (High Society) is up to join Han Ye-seul (Birth of a Beauty) in the upcoming JTBC drama Madam Antoine, which strikes me as… an interesting pairing. Maybe I mean odd. Maybe even a little mismatched? The drama is the medical-rom-com series about clinical psychologists that comes from the PD of My Name... More »


Drama Recaps
High Society: Episode 16 (Final)
by | July 30, 2015 | 132 Comments
Every loose thread finds its partner and the bow it belongs to in a solid finale that showcases the best of what High Society had to offer, which definitely has nothing to do with business or any sort of commentary on the class divide. But if you were just here for the romance, then this... More »


Drama Recaps
High Society: Episode 15
by | July 29, 2015 | 73 Comments
When a triumphant return should be a gamechanger for this series, it turns out that it gives us more of the same dynamics we’ve come to know. Even if everyone’s responses to this turn of events may differ, it also does little to overturn the business politics already set in motion. Because evidently you can... More »


Drama Recaps
High Society: Episode 14
by | July 23, 2015 | 107 Comments
What’s a few mental breakdowns when we finally have a hero to feel for, am I right? Or does it reflect badly on us if we’re willing to live and let live when it comes to Joon-ki putting the dimmer switch on his classism so he can turn up the charm instead? Y’know what, I’m... More »