The Nation´s MC: Yoo Jae Suk

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Everyone intrested in Korea must have heard about Yoo Jae Suk at least once. He is probably one of the most loved people in Korea. Beside being a comedian, he is a host and has grown into a true television Personality.

Movie Review: Hide and Never Seek

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Since Halloween was around the corner, it was time for the yearly Horror marathons. So I took my Nightmare before last Christmas mug, some snacks and a stuffed animal to squeeze in case of terror and picked this movie to enjoy my pre-Halloween October time of the year. Let’s get ready for a game of Hide .. but [..Read more..]

CinemAsia Amsterdam

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On friday I won two tickets to the Japanese documentary Ramen Heads at the Cinemasia Festival in Amsterdam for the next day. As I’d never really heard of this festival before I was really excited to go and I took Kao with me. We got on the train and arrived there about two hours later, [..Read more..]

Movie review: Last Child – 살아남은 아이

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Death and despair are often ways to find each other, just like the despair of these parents and this young boy. This Korean movie shows every side of a gruesome story. Playing at Cinemasia 2018 this poster caught my attention and I right away bought my ticket to see it. Here’s our review.

Movie Review: A Werewolf Boy

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What would you do if you meet a boy who looks quite wild? He looks dirty, messy and on top of all, He can’t speak! This movie is all about it. A family finds a rather young, but wild looking boy and has to take him in seeing the circumstances. What they discover next is [..Read more..]

Drama Review: Save Me

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I started watching this drama relatively early. I believe they just finished airing episode 4. From that moment on i was hooked. I waited every week with a lot of excitement to watch the new episodes of this drama! We are talking about “Save me!” 

Movie Review: The house of the disappeared

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Today we will cover another Halloween themed movie. This time we will cover The House of the disappeared. A nice mystery thriller with an surprising plot twist! So grab the popcorn, a drink and a nice pillow to hug when it gets eerie and enjoy!  

Movie Review: Ode to my father

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During the Hungnam Evacution (1950, in the Korean war), when many refugees were transported from (what would become) North Korea to the south, a little boy, Deok soo, loses his sister in  the crowd while climbing onboard of the US navy boats. Due to this his father goes back to look for her, telling his [..Read more..]

Drama review: Hwarang

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Today we cover the popular drama Hwarang. Let’s go back to Silla in the time of the flower knights. A beautiful story of love, friendship and flower boys. A story that will keep you interested until the last minute. With backstabs, fights, losses, and more this drama definitely became one of my favorite drama’s! Without further ado, Let’s [..Read more..]