A movie of suspense about a North Korean defactor whose already shitty life is being disturbed after he is framed of a high-profile crime.
I haven’t been paying attention to Gong Yoo’s career until recently when he starred in “Train to Busan” which I personally cannot get off my system yet. And this movie proved to me how I’ve underestimated his acting abilities. Now, his within my radar and I can’t wait to watch the movies he starred in before “Train to Busan.” Continue reading
This is one hella funny movie. If you’re feeling light hearted and or sad and want to cheer your spirit then you can definitely try watching this movie.
It’s more of an instructional video/movie about “How to Use Guys” and the psychology of men. Continue reading
I wasn’t planning on watching any movies today but I stumbled upon a review (I didn’t read it though) and the poster captured me. I’ve watched a few movies and dramas of the actor and the actress and thought this might be good. And true enough it was way better than I had expected.
Contract Marriage. I have a thing for dramas with a contract-marriage genre and this drama caught my heart from the very first episode.
Hate comes from so much love. Sometimes hate is seen as separate from love that it is understood as opposite of love. In a sibling relationship love and hate is normal. In a situation where both siblings have become estranged due to a long unresolved misunderstanding and guilt feelings, and traumatic attachments things can get very complicated, emotionally. And this drama gives us just that. The unbreakable, undeniable bond that siblings share, especially twins.
This drama made me cry a lot. Though, that wouldn’t be a convincing basis for some who aren’t as sensitive cry-baby as me but it surely captured my heart. It is a gripping story of brothers who deeply care for each other but are separated by guilt. If you’re looking for some tearjerker short series this might be just for you.