Circle Two Worlds Connected Ep 5 8 The Portrait Becomes Unambiguous

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Circle: Two Worlds Connected, Ep 5-8: The Portrait Becomes Unambiguous
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Circle: Two Worlds Connected, Ep 5-8: The Portrait Becomes Unambiguous

In its first four installments, Circle’s perplexing narrative format and potential deliberations of intriguing themes drew an incomplete, yet riveting image. While the series still makes use of a non-linear storytelling structure, this set of episodes turn the rough sketch drawn by the previous episodes into a more coherent picture. The semblance of a standard dystopian sci-fi plot structure emerges from this illustration: the Big Bad is unmasked, the characters who were supposed to be rooting for are made clear, and disjointed plot points are mostly outlined in. 

Circle: Two Worlds Connected, Ep. 1-4: A Puzzle Being Slowly Put Together
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Circle: Two Worlds Connected, Ep. 1-4: A Puzzle Being Slowly Put Together

In the Friday and Saturday timeslots, tvN dredges into the link between a nostalgic past and a familiar present, à la Chicago Typewriter. Now, on Mondays and Tuesdays, we get another promising title courtesy of tvN, built on the premise of an imagined high-tech dystopian future with tie-ins to the present time  Circle: Two Worlds Connected.

In the realms of literature, anime, and HBO shows, sci-fi is a staple a genre whose popularity and commonplaceness could easily slot it as mainstream. And yet, sci-fi appears to be an anomaly in the K-dramaverse. In fact, Circle is (to my knowledge) the first drama thus far that can be neatly classified as science fiction. Therefore, by taking on this virtually non-existent K-drama category, the creators of this show are essentially plunging headfirst into uncharted waters, which comes with an obvious set of risks and consequently merits some praise.

Kim Go Eun uploads a selfie with a hand-drawn portrait of herself
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Kim Go Eun uploads a selfie with a hand-drawn portrait of herself

Kim Go Eun recently uploaded a selfie to her Instagram account while holding an adorable hand drawn portrait of herself and its absolutely beautiful!

Our favorite actress from TVNs hit drama, Goblin, currently stands as the new standard of beauty in Korea and has proven time and time again to be beautiful both inside and out.

Recently, Go Eun pulled away from her iconic image in the fantasy drama and donned a new image that has fans falling in love with her all over again.

[Video] Teaser released for the upcoming Korean drama
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[Video] Teaser released for the upcoming Korean drama "Circle"

Teaser released for the upcoming Korean drama "Circle"

Written by Kim Jin-hee-III, Park Eun-mi-I, Ryoo Moon-sang, Yoo Hye-mi

With Yeo Jin-goo, Kim Kang-woo, Gong Seung-yeon, Lee Gi-kwang, Kwon Hyuk-soo, Seo Hyun-chul,...

10 episodes - Mon, Tue 23:00

tvN's first SF genre and it is based on the setting that the present of 2017 and the future of 2027 exist together.

Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2017/05/22

Source:www.hancinema.net/kor...

Portrait of a Modern Korean Marriage
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Portrait of a Modern Korean Marriage

In 2015, the average age at first marriage for both men and women surpassed 30 for the first time, with 32.6 years for men and 30.0 for women. The main reasons it is going up are a difficult job market for young people and the rising cost of housing.

Will they be happier once they are married? A recent survey suggests that four out of 10 married people spend less than half an hour on having a conversation with their spouse, and long working hours and overtime on weekends are cited as the main obstacle.