Nam Joo Hyuk and Han Ji Min Promoting K-movie Josee Bring Back All the Feels From The Light in Your Eyes

The feels remain so strong with the receding waves from jTBC drama The Light in Your Eyes (Dazzling), even now two years later and I still immediately think of Hye Ja and Joon Ha when I see Han Ji Min and Nam Joo Hyuk together. The two have been hitting the promo circuit this month for their movie Josee, the Korean adaptation of the Japanese movie Josee, the Tiger and the Fish. The first few pictures and posters are from Josee but I also added their Dazed pictorial from last year when they promoted the drama together. These two are light a match made when no one thought it would work and I think Han Ji Min made Nam Joo Hyuk better for sure and both really can convey quiet sadness and controlled suffering so well. Not that it’s a good thing but if they want to make me happy and sad at the same time they pull it off beautifully.

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First Movie of Hugely Popular Manga Demon Slayer Shatters Records, Surpasses Your Name and Chases Spirited Away’s Record of Number 1 Movie in Japanese Box Office History

I never thought there would be ANY possibility of records being set this year in the box office, any box office around the world, with COVID-19 either closing theaters, delaying movies, and keeping audiences at home. Japan has been doing … Continue reading

Hyun Bin Yoo Hae Jin, and Yoona Return for K-movie Sequel Confidential Assignment 2 and Adds Daniel Henney to the Cast

Well this is unexpected but a nice action movie now to look forward to. 2017 box office hit Confidential Assignment is getting a sequel four years later, with a scheduled 2021 release but who knows with COVID filming delays these … Continue reading

Song Joong Ki and Kim Tae Ri Bring Their Best Swashbuckle to the Press Conference for Sci-fi Movie Space Sweepers

Earlier this summer the Korean box office was semi-revived thanks to loosening social gathering restrictions, movie theaters could open but just block off every other seat. A handful of summer movies then premiered and did well enough in these circumstances, … Continue reading