Hancinemas Film Review Life Risking Romance

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[HanCinema's Film Review] "Life Risking Romance"

Je-in (played by Ha Ji-won) is a murder mystery writer who has been on a long slump. The main reason behind said slump is that Je-in is for some neurotic reason completely obsessed with ferreting out largely imaginary murders in the real world, a task in which her beleaguered best friend policeman Rok-hwan (played by Cheon Jeong-myeong) reluctantly assists, to his scorn in the department. The plot in "Life Risking Romance" kicks off when Je-in finally notices that there is, in fact, a real-life serial killer currently operating in Itaewon and maybe she should investigate that instead. For research material, of course.

5 Reasons To Watch Life Risking Romance, A Perfect Dose Of Funny And Scary
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5 Reasons To Watch Life Risking Romance, A Perfect Dose Of Funny And Scary

Romance, comedy, action, thriller, or mystery? Cant quite decide what to watch on a movie night? Heres a movie that promises to have it all in one rollercoaster ride thats bound to make you feel in love, scared, and intrigued at the same time. Here are some reasons why you need to watch Life Risking Romance.

1. The lead is none other than Ha Ji Won

Everyones favorite heroine Ha Ji Won stars in the film, and perhaps thats more than enough reason to watch it. Shes mostly known for her tough talking, butt-kicking femme fatale roles, but these days, shes trying her hand in lighter, more romantic roles. This time, shes taking on a quirky, clumsy role.

[Indie Review] Oh Hee Jung - Short Film
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[Indie Review] Oh Hee Jung - Short Film

Oh Hee Jung is a soloist that got her start in 2013 after a series of independent releases. Her latest effort, this year's 'Short Film' EP, comes on the heels of 2016's Bandcamp-released 'Freckles.Oh Hee Jung is often the sole creative force behind her work, with the production, recording, artwork, mastering, mixing and design all being credited to her for this album. Using a combination of great ideas and total creative control, Oh Hee Jung creates a magical mix with each release that's sure to leave fans with a new daily soundtrack.

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[HanCinema's Drama Review] "My Secret Romance" Episode 2

In a somewhat perplexing plot twist, right after the recap of the one night stand, there's a three year time skip and all of a sudden Jin-wook and Yoo-mi seem like completely different characters. Far from being the playboy we last saw, Jin-wook is now taking his corporate responsibilities very seriously. Yoo-mi has picked herself emotionally and shows remarkable dexterity as a cafeteria chef. About the only commonality they have is their shared wistfulness about meeting that one special person from three years ago.

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[HanCinema's Film Review] "Cherry Blossoms, Again"

Jang Beom-june was the leading singer/songwriter for Busker Busker, an independent rock band from Cheonan. Today he...still writes and performs music, just as a solo artist. Jang Beom-june owes his presence in South Korean musical culture largely to one song- "Cherry Blossom Ending" which appears every spring in the South Korean music charts. But aside from that, Jang Beom-june also writes and performs other songs. Sometimes he even does covers.

And that's pretty much it. "Cherry Blossoms, Again" was financed in part by MBC, so this is a documentary in the television mold, where the focus is on being purely informational rather than making any kind of grander artistic or philosophical point. Jang Beom-june lives a normal life. Apparently he's even married with a daughter. The wife we never get to see, even if Jang Beom-june begs her to come home early at one point.