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Sales of Golfing Equipment Remain Steady

Source | 2019/03/24 | Permalink

Sales of golfing equipment have continued to rise, bucking a trend that has seen overall sales of outdoor goods fall amid recent high levels of fine dust pollution...More

Korea's Household Debt Grows 2nd Fastest in the World

Source | 2019/03/24 | Permalink

Korea ranks second in the world in terms of the growth of household debt, and the ability of individual debtors to pay back their loans is among the lowest...More

[Orion's Drama News] Banking on Solid Premieres

2019/03/23 | Permalink

Step into the world of everyday woes, as "Laughter in Waikiki 2" brings us the shenanigans of youth this week, followed by the cesspool that is economic corruption in "The Banker". It's a social-heavy week, but we'll need the training for the avalanche of social commentary dramas headed our way in the near future...More

[HanCinema's Film Review] "A History of Jealousy"

2019/03/23 | Permalink

For all the movie's dark, essentially melodramatic marketing, "A History of Jealousy" initially plays out as a mostly cute romance. Soo-min (played by Nam Gyu-ri) and Won-ho (played by Oh Ji-ho) meet again after a long time at a social event with three of their other friends. So of course, happy memories flow forth about how they first met ten years ago in happier times. Back then they had more mundane problems, like trying to evade police brutality...More

[HanCinema's Film Review] "Back from the Beat"

2019/03/23 | Permalink

Min-gyoo (played by Kwak Min-gyoo) is a delivery guy who's always practicing for his dream job of being a DJ. "Back from the Beat" explores Min-gyoo's overall mood. Min-gyoo has a passive personality and fairly modest dreams. His girlfriend, art instructor Si-eun (played by Kim Si-eun) is at times annoyed with him for not asserting himself better. But for the most part they have a happy understanding relationship with minor spats that are easily smoothed over...More

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