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Tuesday, December 9, 2008

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Thursday, December 4, 2008

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Friday, September 5, 2008

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Monday, July 28, 2008

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Thursday, July 24, 2008

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Wednesday, July 23, 2008

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Saturday, July 5, 2008

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Friday, July 4, 2008

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Saturday, June 28, 2008

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Thursday, June 26, 2008

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Wednesday, June 25, 2008


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Saturday, April 12, 2008

new release film

Hello - 안녕하세요Drama of the week
Two new Korean movies are released this week. "Virgin Snow" is actually a coproduction between South Korea and Japan.

The drama of the week is "Devil" with Eom Tae-woong, Sin Min-ah and Joo Ji-hoon.



"M" Showcases Style Over Substance (2007/11/01)

ArrayBy Lee Hyo-won
Staff Reporter

In the highly stylistic psychodrama "M", director Lee Myeong-se explores a classic theme sought time after time by (particularly male) filmmakers here ― the haunting imprint of first love, romanticized in all its glory. Lee showcases one stunning mise-en-scene after another, but "M" proves to be a rather anticlimactic audiovisual experience.

It shows that throwing in all the visually pleasing ingredients available does not necessarily cook up a great movie.

Min-wu (Kang Dong-won) seems to have it all ― on top of being a best-selling author, he is blessed with good looks and a rich and beautiful fiancee (Kong Hyo-jin). But beneath it all, the poor guy is suffering from a serious case of writer's block and a family debt to take care of.

To make matters worse, Min-wu is seriously convinced someone is watching him and is plagued with daunting daydreams and hallucinations. But the writer manages to piece together fragments of the puzzle, which leads to something deeply buried in his heart: his first love Mi-mi (Lee Yeon-hee) who died 11 years before.

"M" is novel in its attempt to deconstruct the inner workings of Min-wu's mind. It depicts his spiraling mentality from both an observer's point of view and through direct enactment's of his delusions. He is literally chasing after mementos of his past in obscure alleyways, and his fiancee, like the viewer, finds his strange demeanor rather creepy, and you see recurring daydreams involving his obese publicist and obnoxious future father-in-law.

Sure, it's understandable that this guy is stressed out ― he's on the brink of tying the knot and is pressed by the looming deadline for his novel. But the film loses its climactic edge as it stuffs in too much, and it eats well into the first half of the movie.

The film takes viewers on a surreal journey where dreams become more compelling than reality and the past becomes infused with the present. Yet, as much as the fantastic quality of "M" is captivating, it's also causes its downfall, for the movie fails to provide a gripping tale to back up the fancy camerawork.

So concentrate hard and long enough and you might catch up.

Another regretful part of the movie is that it highlights a modern yuppie couple enjoying a high-end lifestyle rather than going deeper into the drowning relationship. And yet, the storyline (or lack thereof) melts in beautifully with the mellow music score, in particular its theme song "Mist" (angae). There is also a spectacular scene where Min-wu's hysterical state of mind is highlighted by erratic typing and Mozart's Symphony No. 25. "M's" stunning music video-like audiovisuals exceed the stylish cinematography of Lee's previous works "Nowhere To Hide" and "Duelist".

Kang Dong-won gives life to a charming character and isn't too terrible in embodying a sweet young high school student to an intellectual artist. Kong Hyo-jin is also intriguing while Lee Yeon-hee is the quintessential "first love", sweet, shy and innocent. But other characters are more like chic characters, such as an Aresene Lupin look-alike harbinger of death or a shady bartender. They just add a stylish touch to the movie, but nothing more.

The film created a stir in Busan earlier and had long been the talk the town, especially since its male lead Kang makes an appearance for the first time in about a year. The sensation followed through with a crowded press preview in Seoul recently and the early released music video featuring the movie's theme song by international pop star Boa.

Lee deserves much credit for experimenting with new ideas in "M", which makes you expect something with more substance next time to match his sixth sense for style.

Source : ( English Korean )

Jang Dong-gun to Star in Hollywood Action Movie (2007/11/01)

Korean star Jang Dong-gun will star alongside Kate Bosworth in an upcoming Hollywood movie called "Laundry Warrior", due to start shooting in New Zealand on Friday.

The movie is being produced by "Lord of the Rings" and "Matrix" producer Barrie Osborne and helmed by Korean Lee Seung-moo, according to entertainment industry newspaper Variety on Tuesday. Geoffrey Rush will also star with Bosworth and Jang. A Korean firm in charge of the movie's publicity also confirmed the news.

Previous reports said Jang would be working with Chinese actress Zhang Ziyi, but the PR firm said Zhang couldn't fit the movie into her schedule. The Hollywood actress was chosen for the leading role since the lead female character had changed, the firm said.

"Laundry Warrior" is a futuristic action-fantasy story about an Asian warrior's adventure in the American west. Jang plays the fugitive warrior who hides out in the badlands, where he encounters a town drunk (Rush) and a beautiful woman (Bosworth) who dreams of revenge for the abuse she suffered as a child.

Bosworth has appeared in "Superman Returns", "Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!", "Beyond the Sea", and "Remember the Titans". Rush has starred in "Munich" and the "Pirates of the Caribbean" movies. Variety said Jang "is the star of many of Korea's biggest grossing movies including 'Typhoon', 'Taegukgi' and "Friend"."

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(M (엠) - 2007)


Saturday, March 29, 2008

Lee Dong Gun’s sad news

March 21st, 2008 ·

I read about the story of two Korean students stabbed in Sydney. Tonight, I’ve been reading that one of the victims is Lee Dong Gun’s younger brother. Lee Dong Gun gained popularity in the Philippines through the Korean drama “Lovers in Paris”. He recently broke up with long-time girlfriend Han Ji Hye.

Lee Dong Gun returned to Korea via Incheon Airport at around 6pm yesterday evening with his brother’s urn. He wore the customary black suit with a pained expression on his face as he exchanged a few words with grieved relatives at the arrival gate before swiftly departing the airport.

When Lee Dong Gun appeared at the arrival gate area with the urn yesterday, his relatives couldn’t bear the grief and started sobbing. Lee Dong Gun was expressionless and his blood-shot eyes tells us that the loss of his dear brother has bought him immense pain and we can only look on.

His brother, Lee Joon Yub, 19, collapsed and died on the footpath outside World Square after he and a friend became embroiled in a brawl with two Chinese teenagers and was stabbed outside Hungry Jacks on 20th March.

Lee Dong Gun who had been very close to his brother immediately flew to Australia with his parents the next day to claim his body after learning of the tragic news. His brother’s body was cremated in Sydney on 26th March.

Upon returning, Lee Dong Gun immediately headed for the Samsung Medical Center at Ilwon-Dong where his brother’s urn will be placed temporarily at the mourning hall. The funeral will run for four days while a memorial service will be conducted in a Catholic church through a mass format on 31st March.
Actress and former girlfriend of Lee Dong Gun, Han Ji Hye came to the mourning hall and used her tears to console him over the tragic loss of his brother. She arrived at around 11.30pm last night, just a few hours after Lee Dong Gun had returned with his brother’s urn from Australia.

According to someone from Han Ji Hye’s company, “After completing the filming for “I Hate You But It’s Fine” drama, she rushed over to the hospital immediately.” It’s understood that when she arrived, she started tearing because she had lost someone who was like a brother to her as well.

Han Ji Hye and Lee Dong Gun was a couple until the end of last year when they broke up which left many fans disappointed.

Lee Dong Gun is tentatively scheduled to come back to Korea on the 26th. Korean netizens sympathize with the actor and his family.

This isn’t fresh news, but thought I should post this to give my thoughts. We all know that losing a family member is the worst thing that can happen to us in our lives. And when Lee Dong-Gun found out he has just lost his younger brother, he must have been really shocked and felt like the world has been totally unfair on him. I’m not a big follower of Korean dramas as I only watch a few if I have time. Lee Dong-Gun was one of those celebrities that I know by face, but not by name (yes I DID NOT watch Lover's in Paris, I don't know why I missed it). I know this incident will spark some racial issues and questions yet again. I just wish we could all get along. All I know is that people need to stop being so ignorant and refrain from being too proud about their race, culture and religion, as it can start dreadful misunderstandings towards other groups. Cos the world still needs some serious growing up about these issues. Knowing this awful news of Lee Dong-Gun's brother's untimely death saddens me. Our condolences go out to him and his family. May his brother rest in peace.

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