Young Kim Chang-Soo is placed behind bars, charged with murdering a Japanese person who took part in Empress Myeongseong's assassination. In prison, Kim Chang-Soo sees how Koreans are ... See full summary »
Set in the 18th-century Joseon, it tells the story of Crown Prince Lee Sun and his fight against a powerful and wealthy organization Pyunsoo hwe, who controls the country behind the scenes.... See full summary »
HONG Gildong is an infallible private detective with an exceptional memory and quirky personality. While chasing the only target he failed to find, he gets entangled in a much bigger conspiracy than he bargained for.
Childhood friends Baek Dong Soo and Yeo Woon are both prodigies in combat. But while Baek Dong Soo became the top swordsman in the land, Yeo Woon would go on to serve a group of clandestine assassins whose aim is to overthrow the throne.
A magician meets an eccentric girl and offers her to work together in his magic show. It is only until a year later that he starts to know her personally and develops a feeling towards her despite her own problems.
Kim Min Gyu has wealth and success, but lives an isolated life due to his allergy of people. He then meets and falls in love with a girl who is pretending to be a robot for her ex-boyfriend, a genius robots professor.
When it comes to romance, this movie had it plenty. It was a nice love story, intense, innocent and yet complicated and tragic. The two main character looked good together, though the magician looked a bit too young. Now, for the parts that I didn't like; the action scenes were good, but the CGI were bad. The back story was confusing, as they didn't really explained it well. Also, the princess's story was explained properly either. The ending, finally, could have been better.
Other than that, it was an enjoyable movie, with good performances and decent settings. So, five out of ten.
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