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I Can Speak Brings Seriousness You Wouldn’t Expect

On yet another adventure deep into Lee Jehoon's filmography we are bringing you a review of his 2017 movie I Can Speak today. Mom and I have been on a mission to watch pretty much everything Lee Jehoon did and I Can Speak was next on our list. The movie promised a lot due to… Continue reading I Can Speak Brings Seriousness You Wouldn’t Expect

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Yoona And Jo Jung Suk Make Exit A Fun Disaster Movie

We are finally bringing you the review of South Korea's third most watched film in 2019 - Exit, starring Girls Generation's Yoona and the ever so amazing Jo Jungsuk. I am a massive Jo Jungsuk fan. I feel like whatever that man decides to film, he will make sure you like his character and grow… Continue reading Yoona And Jo Jung Suk Make Exit A Fun Disaster Movie

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Lawyers Are Humans Too in Moon Ji Won’s Innocent Witness

As we recently finished watching Extraordinary Attorney Woo there was no better time to finally watch 2019 hit film Innocent Witness penned by Lee Han and Moon Ji Won and starring Jung Woo Sung and Kim Hyang Gi. We immensely enjoyed watching the hit k-drama Extraordinary Attorney Woo so it was only natural to check… Continue reading Lawyers Are Humans Too in Moon Ji Won’s Innocent Witness

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So Ji Sub and Han Hyo Joo Make Lovely, Bittersweet Always Worth Watching

We are finally bringing you the review of a classic romantic movie Always starring the amazing Han Hyo Joo and So Ji Sub - the movie which gathered more than a million of viewers in 2011. This was yet another movie on the to-watch list my mom and I have and I'm so glad we… Continue reading So Ji Sub and Han Hyo Joo Make Lovely, Bittersweet Always Worth Watching

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Cho Seungwoo’s Marathon Is A Heartfelt Classic Worth Watching

After watching one of my now all time favourite k-dramas Stranger, I embarked on an adventure called watching everything Cho Seungwoo ever filmed and his 2005 hit movie Marathon was the perfect choice for this - today we bring our review of this fantastic movie. As I'm writing this review I feel such a strong… Continue reading Cho Seungwoo’s Marathon Is A Heartfelt Classic Worth Watching

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An Assassin And A Failed Actor Switch Identities In Hilarious Luck-Key

We finally watched the 2016 comedy flick starring Lee Joon and Yoo Hae Jin and we couldn't be more excited to talk about it in today's review considering the movie definitely met our expectations. While my mom was here two weeks ago we also watched a movie that's been on our to-watch list ever since… Continue reading An Assassin And A Failed Actor Switch Identities In Hilarious Luck-Key

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Based On A True Story Juror 8Makes For A Fun Watch

I somehow had no idea Park Hyungsik filmed this movie in 2019 and so I was surprised to see that the plot of it seems very interesting. Based on South Korea‚Äôs first trial by jury in 2008 Juror 8 is a really nice watch as you will read in today's review. Juror 8 is a… Continue reading Based On A True Story Juror 8Makes For A Fun Watch

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Extreme Job Will Provide You With Extreme Laughter

We're bringing you a late short review of the second most viewed film in South Korean film history - 2019 comedy gem Extreme Job. I've watched this movie quite a few months ago but I've never got around to writing a review for it even though I loved it and it started a chicken frenzy… Continue reading Extreme Job Will Provide You With Extreme Laughter

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The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure Is A Fun Albeit Slightly Pointless Watch

The new pirate action flick starring Han Hyojoo, Lee Kwangsoo, Kang Haneul and EXO's Sehun finally found its way on our to-watch list and so we share our review and opinions on it on the blog today. The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure is a movie I didn't really expect much from. It seemed like… Continue reading The Pirates: The Last Royal Treasure Is A Fun Albeit Slightly Pointless Watch

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The Merciless Combines Violence, Betrayal and A Whole Lot Of Emotions

What better time to watch this Cannes-approved movie which ended up being shown in over 100 countries than now. Join us in today's review to see what the hype was all about. The Merciless is 2017 movie starring Im Siwan and Sol Kyung-gu, as well as some pretty familiar names in supporting roles. The movie… Continue reading The Merciless Combines Violence, Betrayal and A Whole Lot Of Emotions