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Tv Show Review : Netflix’s Okja – Does It Lives Up to the Hype?

Tv Show Review : Netflix’s Okja – Does It Lives Up to the Hype?

Mija (Ahn Seo-hyun) lives a happy and peaceful life in the mountains with her grandfather and her beloved pet, Okja. Okja is one of the 26 special breed of pigs that is sent to Mija’s family by multinational conglomerate Mirando Corporation.  . Mirando Corporation’s CEO, […]

The Battleship Island – It Turned Out to be A Flop?

The Battleship Island – It Turned Out to be A Flop?

 During the World War II, under the colonial rule of Japan, around 400 Koreans were forced onto the Battleship Island to mine for coal and valuables. They were forced to work over time with low pay, were served bad food and got even worse treatment […]

New Trial – A Movie Based On True Story

New Trial – A Movie Based On True Story

 Lee Joon-young (Jung Woo) was a lawyer who only took cases for money. The cases that he took at the time turned out badly and he ended up in a ton of financial debt. That also made the people who put their trust in him […]

Korean Movie Review : The Wailing – Gripping and Gruesome

Korean Movie Review : The Wailing – Gripping and Gruesome

In a little peaceful village in the mountains of South Korea, arrived a mysterious Japanese stranger. And since he came to the village, a mysterious disease started to spread among the villagers. At first a rash, and then it slowly turned into violent murderous outbreaks […]

Korean Movie Review : Miracle In Cell No.7 –– A Heartwrenching Movie

Korean Movie Review : Miracle In Cell No.7 –– A Heartwrenching Movie

This movie follows a man called Yong-gu, who is mentally handicapped and his beloved daughter, Yesung. Yesung had always wanted a sailor moon for a very long time, and every day Yesung and his father would always go to a store that sold the sailor […]

Korean Movie Review : Train to Busan Will Keep You Wanting for More

Korean Movie Review : Train to Busan Will Keep You Wanting for More

  We enter the story through the eyes of a workaholic fund manager, Seok-woo (Gong Yoo), who puts his work as a priority before anything else, not even his daughter. It was Su-An’s (Kim Sun-An) birthday, and she wanted to spend it with her mother.  Seok-Woo reluctantly […]