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Na Hong-jin"s "The Yellow Sea" will now not be as tightly woven as his old hit "The Chaser", yet for all its loose ends, here's an action-packed thrill ride not to be missed. The movie ruled the box place of business in its first weekend and endured its luck either in Korea and abroad. The film is gruelling both in period and content, so be ready to have your patience-and stomach-truly tested
When the film used to be released in Korea overdue remaining year, it gripped over 25% of the complete price tag sales in its opening weekend. But with a painstaking length of 156 minutes, 20th Century Fox saw it important to chop the Korean unencumber down to 140 mins for global screenings. This "director"s cut" turned into supposedly cut to make the film more cinematic and also rearrange a scene or two to create larger flow. (A excellent comparison between the 2 versions will also be discovered here.) This review is in accordance with the foreign version.
"The Yellow Sea" follows Kim Goo-nam (Ha Jeong-woo), a taxi motive force in the town of Yanbian in North-eastern China as he struggles to pay his $10,000 USD debt to crime lords in the area. the money was borrowed to send his wife to Korea, even though he has not heard back from her since she departed. This is a desperate guy whose existence isn't his own till he repays all that he owes and unearths the mystery of his wife"s whereabouts.
Stricken with the disappointment of not having heard from his wife, and his dire financial predicament, he accepts an assassination process via the local underground crime boss Myeon Jeong-hak (played brilliantly by Kim Yoon-seok). Soon he unearths himself being smuggled into Korea with just over a week to kill his target. Things get very messy fast. When Kim Goo-nam"s touch in Yanbian disappears, he's left chasing shadows of his wife and fleeing from the authorities, in addition two violent crime lords intent on his death.
"The Yellow Sea" ratings no issues opposed to it for presentation as this cinematic spectacle in exciting and neatly choreographed. The various chase scenes are adrenaline rushes of natural suspense. One or two did involve questionable conclusions, but overall "The Yellow Sea" did well to depict the panic and desperation our hero suffers.
The film loosely divides itself into 4 portions primarily based on our hero"s mission and identity that are thrust upon him. However, there is a better divide between the film"s two halves. the primary is where it truly grabs you, as Na Hong-jin"s set-up of occasions really captivates and locks you in. The suspense that manifests is palpable as the unknown is utterly invested in without any protection web or sense of comfort. whilst the 1st part fills the pot and puts a flame beneath it, it's far what follows that truly sets the pot to boil. The screen is fed on with blood, violence, and mutilation that never seem to subside, as the viewer is forced to gorge on scene after scene of arduous bloodshed and mayhem. Whilst still masterfully done, it was at this degree in the film that I started to question just how much of the similar bloody chase motif I may take. Hordes of thugs or police at the chase can best be digested a limited selection of times and "The Yellow Sea" for sure put me in the red of my gore-gauge.
"The Yellow Sea" is a cinematic and thrilling ride into a dingy underworld that not each person will want to take. Na Hong-jin is Charon paddling us into his underworld. It"s dark, beautiful, indulgent and shouldn"t be missed.
-C.J Wheeler ([email protected])
Rain (Jeong Ji-hoon) paid respects to the 1st anniversary of the Sewol ship accident by going to China with a yellow ribbon.
He posted a picture of Weibo on the 16th, saying, "I am at the Chinese Music Awards. Thank you all my fans".
Rain is wearing a black suit looking handsome. He has a yellow ribbon which means mourning the victims of the Sewol Ship, on his left chest.
Meanwhile, Rain attended the 19th China Music Awards on the 16th.
In the afternoon on April 16th, actress Ha Ji-won has returned to Korea after attending an award ceremony in China.
Ha Ji-won is headed to the arraival hall.
Ha Ji-won attended the reknowned sports award, Laureus Sports Awards held in Shanghai in China. It was the first time for a Korean celebrity to become an award presenter for the award ceremony. She showed off her elegant and classy beauty at the venue.
Tae Jin Ah Wants Promises To Wear Matching Yellow Hats and Yellow Coats When He Collaborates With G-Dragon
On the January 9th edition of CBS radio interview, the legendary trot singer Tae Jin Ah has commented on the recent K-pop singers.
First, he discussed the current state of Korean music, “These days, conditions for singers have improved and my junior singers are working in a better environment. K-Pop juniors in particular make me proud and happy because of their efforts in spreading K-pop and information about Korea. My juniors are doing extremely well.”
The interviewer then asked him, “You have collaborated with many junior singers. Are there any others you would like to work with in the future?”
The trot legend replied, “Within the group EXO, there is a member named Chanyeol. I would like to work with him. Also, G-Dragon has mentioned that I am fashion mentor [so I hope to collaborate with him as well]. I have mentioned that I want to wear matching yellow hats and yellow coats when I work with him when the opportunity arises.”
Keeping the fans excited towards their comeback, Orange Caramel has released another teaser photo.
The members dressed in white shirts with red stripes and matched them with red lipsticks. However, the thing that attracted people"s attention were those giant yellow wigs on their head, which made everyone curious even more about the group"s concept this time.
Orange Caramel will make their comeback with single "Do As I Do" on August 18th.
Group ZE:A staged their comeback performance with yellow butterfly pins on their chests.
On the June 5 show of Mnet"s "M Countdown", ZE:A successfully staged their comeback performance with a yellow pins to show support for the Korean sex slaves.
The yellow butterfly pin, which carries hope that the Korean sex slaves will flee from the psychological trauma and fly freely, is a movement started by a small club in a girls" high school in Kwang Young. ZE:A contributed to the cause, suggesting that they wear the pins to show support.
Star Empire stated: "We were surprised when the members suggested the idea. We hope many will contribute to the good cause."
Meanwhile, ZE:A released mini album First Homme on June 2 and began promotions.
The actors and actresses of the movie "Yuk Rin," actor Hyun Bin, actor Jung Jae Young, and actress Han Ji Min, said hi wearing yellow ribbons. The production team of the movie "Yuk Rin" posted a picture of the actors saying hi on the backstage as a celebration for the movie accruing over two million audiences. In the picture, the director Lee Jae Kyoo and the actors and actresses in the film are saying hi to the fans. In the movie "Yuk Rin," Hyun Bin plays a lonely king Jung Jo, who is continuously threatened for assassination attacks. In related news, the Hollywood movie "Amazing Spiderman 2" ranked second on the list, and the other Korean movie "Pyo Juk" ranked third.
Connie Talbot, a 13 year-old British singer, was in South Korea for her two separate shows in the country. She held her first concert in Osan on April 23rd, and staged the second in Seoul on the 27th.
On April 27th, Connie participated in the yellow ribbon campaign for the Sewol tragedy victims through wearing a yellow dress, and tying a yellow ribbon on her microphone and musical instruments.
She expressed her deep intention to help, and decided that all the profits from her concerts will be totally donated to the foundations which are helping the victims
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Kim Yuna joined the yellow ribbon campaign. (Photo : osen) Kim Yuna joined the yellow ribbon campaign.
Yesterday, Kim Yuna attended a product promotion event held by the Korea Minting, Security PrintingID Card Operating Corp (KOMSCO) in Seoul.
The event was a medal event of recognizing Kim Yuna"s retirement. She appeared with a black dress on and she pinned on a yellow ribbon on it, expressing her condolences towards the Sewol ferry incident.
Internet users who saw this commented, "I still think Kim Yuna should have won the gold medal", "Yellow ribbon campaign", etc.
On 30th April 2014, all 7 members of INFINITE were spotted at Gimpo Airport. Wearing black outfits, all the members wore a prominent yellow ribbon pin on their left chest, except for leader Kim Sunggyu who pinned it on his bag/ pocket.
It seems like they are heading to Japan, but it is not publicly announced what kind of work schedule they have today. It could be that they are going for their comeback preparations. It was previously said that INFINITE is projected to release their new 2nd full-length album in May, however due to the Sewol ferry incident, it could be postponed. If it were to be postponed, they could possibly make a comeback in July, as FIFA World Cup 2014 takes place from 12th June to 13th July. Besides, their initial comeback Music Video was said to have scenes related to water, but it is not known if they will change the scenes as it might otherwise be sensitive towards the Sewol incident.
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