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’Front’ brings harrowing views of war
It’s another Korean War (1950-53) film, made on a hefty budget — at least for local standards — and featuring an A-list cast.
| 2011-07-14 15:04
Jang Geun-suk to star on Fuji TV show
Actor Jang Geun-suk will appear on Japan’s Fuji TV variety program “SMAP X SMAP,” his agency said on Tuesday.
’Quick’ offers fast, forgetful entertainment
Let’s begin with the end. The anticipated summer blockbuster “Quick” had Korean viewers, who can be usually seen impatiently darting toward exits before the end, glued to their seats until well after the credits stopped rolling.
| 2011-07-12 15:59
PiFan paves way for eerie fantasies
The monsoon rain does little to dissuade gumboot-clad youths from enjoying summer festivals, and overcast skies have proved to be particularly timely for an annual showcase of ...
| 2011-07-11 16:57
Box office rankings
Domestic 1. Transformers: Dark of the Moon (U.S.A.)
| 2011-07-07 18:32
Winter Butterfly, The Men Who Stare at Goats, Omae Umasoudana, The Horde, Taipei Exchanges and movies on cable TV
| 2011-07-07 17:56
3D film out to compete with Hollywood
Makers of the 3D action film “Sector 7,” of which distribution rights have already been sold to 46 countries, call it a ruthless venture that is out to compete with Hollywood.
| 2011-07-07 17:13
KBS recruits visually impaired anchorman
The Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) has recruited a visually impaired anchorman. The 26-year-old Lee Chang-hun is the first ever physically disabled anchorperson to represent the broadcaster.
Youth film festival opens in Seoul Thursday
Forget the preconception that a film festival for children only features fuzzy family movies and animations. The Seoul International Youth Film Festival (SIYFF) aims to demonstrate its educational initiative by
| 2011-07-06 16:08
Seo-E lawsuit postponed
A lawsuit between singer Seo Tai-ji and his ex-wife, actress E Ji-ah, entered yet another phase as the hearing was postponed to August.
Cambodian ministers highlight potential for growth, cooperation
Suicidal pedestrian saved over Han River bridge
Korea to lift indoor mask mandate Monday
[INTERVIEW] Busan has potential to be world-class city, says mayor
Youth, foreign drug offenders increase threefold in 5 years
Hana unveils vision to become Asia's best financial group
Seoul International School celebrates 50th anniversary
Main opposition leader faces pressure to resign in case of indictment
Bank operating hours return to normal amid union opposition
Heating bill bomb
Nepal plane crash
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