Director: Park Hoon Jung
Distributor: Warner Bros.
Production Company: Warner Bros.
Release Date: August 2017 (South Korea)
Country: South Korea
Starring: Jang Dong-gun, Kim Myung Min, Park Hee Soon, Lee Jong Suk
Lee Jong Suk plays Kim Gwang-il, the son of a high ranking North Korean government official. He is suspected of committing serial murders around the world. In order to stop him, South Korea, North Korea and Interpol chase after him. (IMDB)
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If I have another guilty pleasure aside from KPop, it would be binge watching KDramas. Perhaps it was the talented and good looking actors, or the unique and mostly cleanly executed storylines, but I can spend days doing nothing but sit in front of the screen watching these Korean dramas.
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For as long as it existed, the field of communication, and and its practitioners, has been plagued with a lot of stigma. Reduced to being ‘trivial’ and ‘downright useless’, many see it as the simplest way out, or a means of the young bourgeoisie to attain higher education. But there is more to the field other than flashy DSLRs, days shooting in picturesque locations and hours of film classes. Like any other field of study, communication majors also have woes that only people of the same species can understand and empathize.
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Writers have their own, so-called rituals, when they summon the ‘Muse’ or the inspiration and motivation to write. Some watch movies, others read books, cook or even go to the mall.Writing is purely a solitary task, which means how you get the inspiration to write is most likely influenced by your personality.
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In 2013, Lorde released her song, ‘Tennis Court’ through a minimalistic music video. It features the singer in a plain black background, eyes wide, pale face, black lipstick and her dark hair up, staring right at the screen. That same year, SHINEE wore army inspired white outfits, bleached hair and heavy makeup, dancing intricate steps in perfect synchronization for their music video ‘Everybody’.
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