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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 »


Chungmuro/Film News
Kang Dong-won, Yoo Ah-in up for new film from director of Poetry
by | July 25, 2016 | 31 Comments
Critically acclaimed writer-director Lee Chang-dong (Poetry, Secret Sunshine, Oasis, Peppermint Candy) is gearing up for his first film in seven years since 2010’s award-winning Poetry, and there’s early talk of Kang Dong-won (A Violent Prosecutor, The Priests) and Yoo Ah-in (Like for Likes, The Throne) being courted for the leading roles. YES, PLEASE.... 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 »


Celebrity News
Oh Snap! Yoo Ah-in wins more things, takes more photos
by | April 15, 2016 | 48 Comments
Having reached almost peak levels of stardom and critical acclaim, Yoo Ah-in now only needs to go somewhere for it to be an event worth commemorating in picture form. The fact that he’s drop dead handsome and oh-so-dapper probably doesn’t hurt much, either. Featured in this month’s edition of High Cut, the star took part... More »


Drama Casting & News
News bites: April 2, 2016
by | April 2, 2016 | 41 Comments
Lee Sang-yoon Heads, ask and ye shall receive. During an interview on March 30, Lee Sang-yoon said about a Liar Game 2: “The director, writers, and all of us actors believe the sequel will happen.” He went on to explain that barring scheduling conflicts, all involved hope to begin production on the project later this year or early... More »


Drama Recaps
Six Flying Dragons: Episode 50 (Final)
by | March 23, 2016 | 260 Comments
Alas, the end is finally here. It’s been one hell of a journey, and Six Flying Dragons delivers a solid finale for an altogether solid, engaging show that I’m still not ready to let go of just yet. Weirdly enough, I didn’t go into this finale with the usually omnipresent fear that one hour could... More »


Drama Recaps
Six Flying Dragons: Episode 49
by | March 22, 2016 | 125 Comments
It’s here! It’s finally here! It happened, and it’s real, and while it may not be everything we dreamed it would be, it’s here! Above all things though, this episode is about choices, specifically the ones Bang-won has to make when it comes to letting go of the people he loves. His worst fears are... More »


Drama Recaps
Six Flying Dragons: Episode 48
by | March 16, 2016 | 199 Comments
Everything just gets better, is the best way to sum up this episode. I don’t know how I’ll get through next week, is the best way to sum up my feelings. It seems so redundant to keep declaring a new episode as the best episode yet, but here we are, after weeks of episodes that... More »


Drama Recaps
Six Flying Dragons: Episode 47
by | March 15, 2016 | 171 Comments
It’s time to buckle your seat belts and gird your loins for an hour that takes no prisoners, and one that does so with aplomb. This kind of episode is the reason we watch and love sageuk, and for this show especially, it’s the kind of episode we’ve been tuning in week after week for.... More »


Drama Recaps
Six Flying Dragons: Episode 46
by | March 9, 2016 | 211 Comments
It’s on now! Or to be more precise, it better be on next week, since this week was spent telling us just how on it’s going to be when we eventually get there. Time seems too short for placeholder episodes like this, though we can at least be grateful for the touching character moments interspersed... More »