Dr Jin 12 Review
In modern life it”s often difficult to seriously entertain the idea that true love exists. We can try to fulfill that void with romantic fantasies but really, most of us are only one bad date away from being outright cynical. In times like these, many of us need some kind of clear hope that love is real. For those wavering in that faith, “My Love, Don”t Cross That River” is a testament to the concept of love. These two old people have survived war, death, general misery, and one of them now stands perilously close to death”s door. And yet still, they love each other. . ... Read more
(Photo : Davichi ) Davichi”s “Hug” provides a beautiful soundtrack for everyday life.
On January 22, Korean power-ballad duo Davichi released their fourth mini album, “Hug.” The five track album is a follow up to their 2014 singles “Again” and “Don’t Move” which marked the conclusion of their contracts with Core Contents Media. The duo also received attention from the Korean music and drama communities in 2014, after providing the theme song for “It’s Okay, That’s Love.’ . ... Read more
NINE MUSES – “DRAMA”
1. Pilot Episode
5. September 17
Nine Muses shows us there”s no business like show business with their new mini-album “Drama.” The band underwent some lineup changes last year with the departure of Eunji, Lee Sem, and Sera. Now the group known for the songs “Gun,” “Dolls,” and “Ticket” are back as an octet with new members Sojin and Keumjo. . ... Read more
(Photo : FNC Entertainment ) Jung Yong Hwa”s vocals shine on his solo album, “One Fine Day.”
On January 20, FNC Entertainment released “One Fine Day,” the first solo album from Jung Yong Hwa. “One Fine Day” marks a turning point for Jung Yong Hwa, who established a large following as the frontman of CNBLUE. The album cohesively reflects his competency as a songwriter and vocalist, whose talent extends beyond the pop-rock sphere. . ... Read more
Well my friends, believe it or not Pinocchio has come to an end and I have to say, I”m happy with the way this one turned out. The story wrapped up nicely, the bad guys got what was coming to them, the good guys seem to have found their own versions of “happily ever after.” And surprisingly enough, one very rotten character managed to find redemption which honestly, shocked the snot out of me, not because she found redemption but because I was okay with it. Wow, I must be getting soft! . ... Read more
“Pinocchio” comes to an end, and unfortunately, I can”t say that it was very satisfying.
The episode wrapped up the Ro Sa issue and addressed Dal Po and In Ha”s relationship as uncle and niece. As I”ve stated in my review of episode 18 and 19, Ro Sa”s downfall was anticlimactic. For such an intimidating and smart opponent, she seemed to go down too easily as she became reliant on her flimsy legal team to guide her in her battle against the news. . ... Read more
G-FRIEND – SEASON OF GLASS ALBUM AND MV REVIEW
Source Music has put together the girl group G-Friend, consisting of 6 members: Sowon, SinB, Yerin, Yuju, Eunha, and Umji. Their debut mini album, “Season of Glass,” dropped January 15. We”ve seen some teasers and were even treated to an album medley. Let”s see how all of this comes together.. ... Read more
War is upon King Seonjo, his family, and his country. Just the nature of war kicks up the excitement of “The King”s Face” a notch. It”s a well-known story, but the spin that the production team takes is what makes it either unique or just another story.. ... Read more
In the last episode of Pinocchio, Ki Ha Myung(played by Lee Jong Suk) and Choi In Ha(played by Park Shin Hye) happily kissed before their wedding.
After Song Cha Ok(played by Jin Kyung) quit her job as a reporter, she became a professor and gave lectures at a university. Seo Bum Jo(played by Kim Young Gwang) applied for an MSC reporter instead of taking management classes. Meanwhile,Ha Myung and In Ha told Choi Gong Pil(played by Byun Hee Bong) about their relationship but he did not approve. . ... Read more