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  • Because This Is My First Life (12DVD) (Outcase + Photobook + Special Book + Postcards) (Premium Limited Edition) (tvN TV Drama) (Korea Version)
    Marriage VS Single life
    June 19, 2018 Picked By Pisces See all this editor's picks
    Due to housing and financial problems, many young people are forced to sacrifice their dreams and plans, such as getting married and having children. Solo living has become a new social norm that clashes with traditional views on marriage. tvN's Because This Is My First Life looks into this phenomenon through the eyes of people in their thirties, and inspires discussion on the value of marriage. Yoon Ji Ho (Jung So Min, My Father Is Strange), who graduated from a prestigious university, dreams of becoming a successful writer but she ends up working as a nameless assistant writer. Since her brother is about to be a father, she has no choice but to move out. She eventually moves into the... [read more]
  • Ryuusei / Yakusoku (SINGLE+DVD) (First Press Limited Edition) (Japan Version)
    Aoi Eir makes strong return from hiatus
    June 14, 2018 Picked By Sanwei See all this editor's picks
    After being on hiatus for all of 2017 for health reasons, Aoi Eir returns this year with her signature clear-voiced rock-flavored pop in her 14th double A-side single of Yakusoku and Ryuusei. Yakusoku ("Promise") was unveiled online in February to announce her return. Aoi co-wrote the soaring medium-tempo ballad with frequent collaborator Shigenaga Ryosuke, who also composed and arranged. From the first line, one can already tell that she poured her feelings during hiatus into the lyrics: "In the normalcy of daily life / I suddenly realized that I was singing." Aoi directs the song's simple and sincere message of longing and gratitude to the fans who waited for her and gave her strength to... [read more]
  • Moments

    Moments

    Bianca Wu (Singer)
    The new sounds of jazz
    May 31, 2018 Picked By Pisces See all this editor's picks
    Jazz has been slow to go mainstream in the pop-influenced music industry. The development of jazz encounters even greater obstacles in Hong Kong due to the musical tastes of local listeners. Though many Hong Kong singers, like Jacky Cheung and William So, have attempted to explore jazz, none of them seriously turned the groovy music into their own style. Well aware of the public's traditional views on jazz as old-fashioned music, Bianca Wu has made substantial headway in reinvigorating the jazz genre and introducing it to the Cantopop scene. In her 16th album Moments, the Canto-jazz pioneer finds a fresh approach to jazz by incorporating different musical sounds. "Sapphire Bowl" (Track 1)... [read more]
  • Midnight Runners (2017) (Blu-ray) (Hong Kong Version)
    Buddy action done right
    May 30, 2018 Picked By Sanwei See all this editor's picks
    Written and helmed by relatively new director Kim Ju Hwan, Midnight Runners takes the police academy procedural and buddy action comedy genres out for a good run around the block with young pavement-hitting stars. New-generation actors Park Seo Joon and Kang Ha Neul form the bumbling tag team of police academy recruits Ki Joon and Hee Yeol. The two squabble immaturely at the start of training, and then soon become best friends. While out one night, they witness a young woman get abducted on the street. They report the crime to the local police station and their academy instructor, but the case gets shelved due to insufficient evidence and manpower. Unable to ignore their conscience and... [read more]
  • While You Were Sleeping (2017) (DVD) (Ep. 1-16) (End) (Multi-audio) (English Subtitled) (SBS TV Drama) (Singapore Version)
    Park Hye Ryun and Lee Jong Suk's dream collaboration
    May 28, 2018 Picked By Sanwei See all this editor's picks
    Screenwriter Park Hye Ryun has developed a rather specific niche in the past five years: TV dramas starring Lee Jong Suk that meld the suspense, fantasy, romance and legal genres. Her first collaboration with Lee Jong Suk, 2013's I Hear Your Voice, was about a young man who can read minds and the cynical prosecutor he vows to protect. Their second collaboration, 2014's Pinocchio, was about rookie reporters seeking justice for a past tragedy and cover-up. Their third collaboration, 2017's While You Were Sleeping, involves a prosecutor and a reporter who are connected by a special ability: prophetic dreams. Suzy plays reporter Nam Hong Joo who has been plagued since a young age by dreams that... [read more]
  • Mixed Doubles (Blu-ray) (Deluxe Edition) (Japan Version)
    For the love of ping pong
    May 25, 2018 Picked By Sanwei See all this editor's picks
    Table tennis fills the emptiness in your heart in the lively yet low-key sports film Mixed Doubles. The sports romantic comedy is the second feature film by TV director Ishikawa Junichi, who has helmed series like Strawberry Night, The After-Dinner Mysteries, Ninkyo Helper and, most notably, Legal High. Like with his first film April Fools, Ishikawa works with Legal High writer Kosawa Ryota, and this time Legal High star Aragaki Yui is also onboard for the star-studded ensemble. Mixed Doubles' original story follows the familiar highs and lows of the sports film formula. Aragaki charms as always as heroine Tamako, a former ping pong prodigy who gave up the sport after her mother (an... [read more]

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Pick Me: K-Pop Idols from Produce 101
Written By YumCha! Editorial Team
Among the many Korean audition programs of recent years, Produce 101 is surely the most influential. Launched by TV channel Mnet in 2016, the K-pop survival show gathers 101 trainees from different agencies to compete for the chance to debut in a specially created idol group. After multiple rounds of performance challenges and viewer voting, a limited-time group is formed with the top contestants. The first season created the girl group I.O.I, and the even bigger second season in 2017 created the boy band Wanna One. Produce 101 has provided a springboard to stardom for new faces and a second chance for idols yet to hit it big. The franchise set off a trend of idol-making shows in Korea and... [read more]
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