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  • From Moon So-ri to Hani, Drama and Movie Blending Project "SF8" is Gathering Its Troops

    2020/04/01, Source
    MBC is presenting a Korean example of the science fiction genre. The "SF8" project is a movie-drama crossover with the Korean Film Directors Guild (DGK) and OTT platform Wavve. It deals with various materials such as artificial intelligence (AI), augmented reality (AR), virtual reality (VR), robots, games, fantasy, horror, superpowers and disasters. The running time is 40 minutes each, presenting a total of eight works. It will be directed by Soo Films, and director Min Gyoo-dong, the head of DGK, will take on the creator spot,...More
  • Yoo Jae-myung, The Villain of a Thousand Faces

    2020/02/26, Source
    We take a look at Yoo Jae-myung's surprising acting skills in the last 5 years since "Answer Me 1988". Yoo Jae-myung started appearing on TV in 2011 with "Pit-a-pat, My Love". He had been in over 10 works, but his reputation was weak. However, he starred in "Answer Me 1988" as Ryoo Jae-myeong, a school dean who is likely to be seen in any school, and Dong-ryong's (Lee Dong-hwi) father. He was called the expert of real-life acting and was even recognized as an ordinary neighborhood man. He's been charming in everything he appears in since then and is said to have a thousand faces,...More

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