The Fangirls promised you a giant fangirling review for the Korean movie The Witch: Part 1 The Subversion and we are ready to deliver! Come join us as we discuss everything , including a few tangents, about this awesome movie starring Kim Da Mi and Choi Woo Shik.Continue reading
Looking for something light and fluffy to watch in between all the October suspense? Come find out if the fluffy crime movie Extreme Job is the fit for you!Continue reading
Are you looking for a suspenseful movie that stars a talented new actress and Choi Woo Shik with amazing hair? Then look no further than The Witch Part 1. Come find out what we felt about the movie and if this is your next must see film.Continue reading
The Fangirls watched Kim Nam Gil’s latest movie Memories of a Murderer and have many thoughts we want to share. How can you not have opinions when you have double the serial killers? So join us as we share whether this movie is one that is worth investing your time and emotions.
A new Korean movie opened this week at my local theater and, of course, that meant I had to go support it. So, what did I think of the 2.5-hour film regaling the events of the Battle of Ansi? Come find out as I share my thoughts on The Great Battle.
Every now and then you will come across a movie that leaves you wondering what you just watched. Forgotten is that type of movie (but in a good way.) Join Kmuse and Clkytta as they try to share their thoughts about this Korean film without giving any spoilers. It is harder than you would expect.
You never know what you are going to get when you choose to watch a Korean action movie. Will it be all violence and no plot? Will you get bored because all there is going on is fighting (looking at you Wolf Warrior..) Come join Kmuse and Clkytta as they take a look at The Villainess then share their thoughts on whether this movie is worth a watch.
With the Olympics coming right up, there is a lot of interest in North and South Korea working together as a joint team. An example of how that has turned out in the past is played out in the 2012 movie, As One. It tells the true story of the World Table Tennis Championships in Japan in 1991, when the two Koreas sent a joint team. Two players, Hyun Jung-Hwa from the South and Ri Bun-Hui from the North, who had previously faced each other as rivals in regional games, overcame their differences and famously became friends.
Occasionally, there comes a time when a movie is released that we all want to see . . . and then fangirl about. Midnight Runners just so happens to be one of those movies. Come join The Fangirls as they share their favorite aspects of this delightful film in the latest movie review.
Hyun Bin is back and looking better than ever in a swindler’s suit. But is this Korean movie worth the watch? Or should you revisit a Hyun Bin drama of yesteryear and dream of a different strong comeback project? Come find out as Kmuse & Clkytta discuss the movie The Swindlers.