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Korean Films: Song Joong Ki, Kang Ha Neul, Park Seo Joon, & Lee Je Hoon Hit Theaters

And, on the silver screen:

Midnight Runners (청년경찰)

The s&h duo (sexy & handsome, y’all, get with me here) all over one feature length film. I already told ya so. Kang Ha Neul and Park Seo Joon play two bumbling police academy cadets that witness a crime. Buddy cop comedy with these two? I’m in. If only it could get to the US faster..sigh.

The Battleship Island (군함도)

Veteran’s helmer Ryu Seung Hwan returns with some familiar friends for a graphic and violent feature portraying the forced labor of Koreans by the Japanese during that war which split a nation in two, and provides seemingly endless cinematic fare, of late.

Hwang Jung Min’s the desperate father, trying to save his daughter from the danger and uncertainty of life during colonial occupation. Song Joong Ki spends much of his time bloody and dirt-faced (as most of the characters do) as a soldier secretly sent to free an independence fighter. Particularly impressive are a beautifully choreographed and gut-wrenching fight scene with So Ji Sub and Kim Min Jae (both nearly naked in the shower), and the visual artistry of Song Joong Ki’s first reveal on the island.

And, a reason to look forward to September:

I Can Speak

Lee Je Hoon’s gonna be there. ‘Nough said.


The Best Kiss Scenes Of 2016: Entourage, Descendants Of The Sun, and More

And the Best Kiss goes to…

You saw them – the good, the bad, the awkward. Here’s the best of the bunch.

Yoo Shi Jin (Song Joong Ki) and Dr. Kang (Song Hye Kyo) – Descendants Of The Sun


That wine bottle. Yoo Shi Jin and Dr. Kang. One late night alone in the kitchen. The patter of raindrops. I know I’ve given Kim Eun Sook slack a few times, but writer knows how to set up a romantic scene. – Descendants Of The Sun, Episode 4.

Jung Jin (Junho) and Sun Hwa (Yoon So Hee) – Memory


I forgot how much an office romance could show a sweet romantic side in the midst of fighting sinister corruption in the day-to-day lives of esquires. – Memory, Episode 14. (Check out highlights in their kiss-of-the-week profile.)

Choi Taek (Park Bo Gum) and Duk Seon (Hyeri) – Reply 1988

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That kiss was REAL?! was my initial reaction, and I won’t soon forget it. Who else had a kiss like that in high school? Shooot. – Reply 1988, Episode 17.

Ahn So Hee and Young Bin (Seo Kang Joon) – Entourage


This scene made it one sultry kiss-of-the-week, and for good reason.- Entourage, Episode 6.

Kang Dong Joo (Yoo Yeon Suk) and Yoon Seo Jung (Seo Hyun Jin) – Romantic Doctor Kim

kiss scene

It’s a daring thing to have a kiss in a kdrama in the very first episode. Good thing the scene was left in the capable talents of these particular thesps.

Park Do Kyung (Eric) and Oh Hae Young (Seo Hyun Jin) – Oh Hae Young Again

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Frustration and sparks fly in this abrupt, heated moment of passion in this kiss scene in Episode 9 of Oh Hae Young Again. Props to the onscreen chemistry between actors Seo Hyun Jin and Eric.

Don’t be sad that the year has ended folks. Look ahead! The new year brings more drama, romance, and of course, new kiss scenes to be discovered.


The Top 6 Bromances of 2016

You’ve seen the #squadgoals.

And here are the top bromances of the year (in kdrama).

The Goblin (Gong Yoo) and the Reaper (Lee Dong Wook)
The Lonely Brilliant Goblin
Sun Woo (Go Kyung Pyo), Jung Pal (Ryu Jun Yeol), and Dong Ryong (Lee Dong Hwi)
Reply 1988
Yoon Gi (Kim Hee Won), Hyun Woo (Lee Sun Kyun), and Ahn PD (Lee Sang Yeob)
My Wife Is Having An Affair This Week
Lee Hwa Shin (Jo Jung Seok) and Go Jung Won (Go Kyung Pyo)
Jealousy Incarnate
Chun Sang (Kang Ki Young) and In Rang (David Lee)
Let’s Fight, Ghost
Shi Jin (Song Joong Ki) and Dae Young (Jin Goo)
Descendants Of The Sun
Descendants Of The Sun