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You’re All Surrounded Episode 5 Review: Go Ah Ra Lives in a Tent on a Rooftop of the Police Station

You’re All Surrounded Episode 5 Review: Go Ah Ra Lives in a Tent on a Rooftop of the Police Station

In You’re All Surrounded, episode 5, Eo Soo Sun(played by Go Ah Ra) started living in a tent on a rooftop of the police station.

Previously, Soo Sun got kicked out of her members’ apartment. Since she had nowhere to stay, she ended up building a tent on the rooftop of the police station.

In the morning, Soo Sun came downstairs to wash her face.

[MV & Album Review] VIXX - "Error"

[MV & Album Review] VIXX - "Error"


VIXX – “Error”

Since their debut in 2012, VIXX has treated STARLIGHTs toa plethora of vocal talent and creative concepts in a short period oftime. 2014, in particular, seems to beVIXX”s ultimate breakout year with two solid album releases—the latter of thetwo, “Error,” was recently releasedon October 13. So, let”s take a look at the contents of this highly anticipated and promising new album!

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Album Review: BEAST Follows Up The Success Of 'Good Luck' With The Powerful Release ‘Time' [AUDIO]

Album Review: BEAST Follows Up The Success Of 'Good Luck' With The Powerful Release ‘Time' [AUDIO]

 

(Photo : Cube Entertainment)

BEAST returns with the soulful mini album “Time.”

Cube Entertainment’s BEAST continues with refined sophistication through R&B ballads on their latest mini album “Time.” “Time” is a six track follow up to their “Good Luck” EP that was released in June 2014.

“Time” is a special release marking the fifth anniversary since BEAST made their debut. BEAST has been able to combat the so-called “five year K-Pop curse” through their dedicated fandom and the strong evolution of their musical style. The overall concept of “Time” is sensually soulful with tracks like “Close My Eyes” and “12:30” helping to stir listeners hearts....

[Drama Review] "High School: Love On" - Episode 12

[Drama Review] "High School: Love On" - Episode 12

HIGH SCHOOL: LOVE ON, EPISODE 12

Ji Hye paying her respects

RECAP
Sung Yeol is devastated by the thought of his step mom being Woo Hyun“s absent mother. Tortured by the implications, he doesn”t show up at school and is ambushed by bullies. Sung Yeol fights back, but nearly faints in the attempt. Seul Bi finds him by now and backhugs him to prevent him collapsing. Jae Seok takes a pic of this and sends it to everyone. Woo Hyun angrily escorts Seul Bi away, misinterpreting as Jae Seok intended. The next morning at school, everyone talks about the text they received re: Sung Yeol and Seul Bi. Seul Bi is once again an outcast, and Young Eun is crushed (she happens to like Sung Yeol). Seul Bi has one ally, classmate Joo Ah, who sticks with her despite her unpopularity. Woo Hyun and Sung Yeol have it out, and Woo Hyun tells him not to come around anymore. Later that night, Sung Yeol texts Seul Bi. He wants to meet, but she doesn”t reply. ...

Album Review: Seo Taiji Explores Dreamy Electropop In 'Quiet Night' [AUDIO]

Album Review: Seo Taiji Explores Dreamy Electropop In 'Quiet Night' [AUDIO]

(Photo : CJ E&M Music)

Seo Taiji goes beyond K-Pop on “Quiet Night.”

 

Seo Taiji is musically brilliant in “Quiet Night,” an album which extends beyond the K-Pop stratosphere. “Quiet Night” is an album for indie pop fans who have yet to explore Korean pop. 

K-Pop legend Seo Taiji reinvents himself through the incorporation of synthpop on his newest release “Quiet Night.” “Quiet Night” is a nine track album that was released by Seo Taiji on October 20 through CJ E&M Music. Korean pop music has continued to venue into electronic music, but few acts have fully embraced electropop and synthpop as competently as Seo Taiji. On “Quiet Night,” Seo Taiji ventures into the gauzy, synthesizer infused territory that has previously been explored by Korean indie acts Discovery and Glen Check....

[HanCinema"s Film Review] "The Tower"

[HanCinema"s Film Review] "The Tower"

What ultimately kills the fun here is that the movie is just too long for its own good. Running a full two hours, the work just struggles to present one dire turn of events after the other, but lacks the very important raising of the stakes. Doing this gasp-pause-gasp-pause dance for 120 minutes is just not a way to maintain suspense. So very early into the whole thing, the viewer kind of checks out. Suspense stops being suspense when it turns into a routine and you see the next big thing coming and going and continuing the same way. ...

[HanCinema"s Film Review] "Clash of the Families"

[HanCinema"s Film Review] "Clash of the Families"

The characters of this ill-fated couple as well as their actors being so adorable together and having such chemistry is definitely the best starting point for this romance. But as wonderful as these two are, this work is enriched by a powerhouse ensemble cast playing very colorful people. From Baek Yoon-sik to Kim Soo-mi, the families are just very lively and emotive characters, played by actors who create wonderful comedy in their quirky roles.

And it is this humor created by the creators and cast that really makes the movie special. There is romance here, but “Clash of the Families” is above all a family comedy film. There is plenty of outrageous comedy, there are funny dialogues and insane situations, there are some twists and secrets that just add to the whole thing and the cast makes every scene, from the slowest to the most chaotic very entertaining. ...