Cheese in the Trap Movie an Editing Mess and Brings in Paltry 228K Admissions

Some things are better left alone even if it wasn’t done properly, especially if the second go-around is going to be even worse in a different way. The Cheese in the Trap movie with returning male lead Park Hae Jin with new costars Oh Yeon Seo, Park Ki Woong, and Yoo In Young has spent three weeks in the Korean box office and walked away being a completely pointless endeavor. It’s brought in a little over 280,000 viewers and is basically done with its run. I watched the movie this past weekend and was just gaping at the incoherency of the plot being shoehorned into two hours made even more incomprehensible by the poor editing. I thought all four drama leads were fine in acting the first time around so didn’t need this new cast to do it again in a Cliffs Notes version. Continue reading

Cheese in the Trap Movie with Park Hae Jin Along with New Cast Gets Valentine’s Weekend 2018 Premiere Date

I’m not sure who the target audience is for the Cheese in the Trap movie but if there are any then the film has been confirmed to hit the theaters on Valentine’s Day weekend of 2018. That’s less than a … Continue reading

MBC Plays Up Male Lead Bromance and Rivalry in New Stills for Monster and Goodbye Mr. Black

MBC is going to face tough competition when it premieres two new prime time dramas in the coming weeks. First is Goodbye Mr. Black on Wed-Thurs, going up against runaway hit Descendants of the Sun and lowly rated but getting good … Continue reading

MBC’s Upcoming 50-episode Drama Monster with Kang Ji Hwan and Sung Yuri Releases Script Reading Stills

Filming is underway for the next MBC mega drama, the Mon-Tues slated 50-episode Monster (Tyrant), which really can do with a better title if you ask me. My gut tells me MBC is trying to harken back to the glory … Continue reading

Cosmo Korea Rounds Up 13 Rising Male Stars To Discuss Love and Dating

Sometimes fashion magazines send famous stars to far flung places for a photo shoot, spending lots of travel moolah but forgetting to actually incorporate the pretty location into the pictures. Cosmopolitan Korea decided to focus on the flower and not … Continue reading