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5 big mysteries left at the ending of the King's Woman

Nancy Z on Thu, Oct 19, 2017

The phenomenal historical drama The King's Woman finally released its captivated fans from its clutches when it reached its long-anticipated ending. However, there are still some big questions left in the viewers' minds, such as, did Lady Li really exist? Previously, I wrote about King Ying Zheng's birth secret. Now, read on for more info about the other mysteries surrounding the legendary king who became the First Emperor of Qin.


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The King's Woman: The King with the biggest birth secret in Chinese history

Nancy Z on Thu, Aug 17, 2017

New historical romance drama The King's Woman is quickly catching attention because the story is a new telling of the love and life of Qin Shi Huang, the world famous First Emperor of Qin. Because of him there is now a country named China, the Great Wall, and many other accomplishments in the ancient world which predate even the great Roman Empire. But the most interesting and unsolved birth secret in the long Chinese history is probably about the First Emperor himself. Read on.


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Gong Yoo reveals he is a descendant of Chinese philosopher Confucius

Nancy Z on Mon, May 08, 2017

Korean actor Gong Yoo plays an immortal with great powers in Goblin: The Lonely and Great God. It turns out that in real life he is a descendant of Confucius, the revered great teacher and wise man in ancient China. Where does Gong Yoo fit in the world's longest family tree? Another Korean actress also shares his prestigious ancestry. Who is she? Find out more from Gong Yoo himself.


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Korea's first-ever female film director passes away at 94

Danny Kichi on Tue, Apr 11, 2017

You've probably never heard of Park Nam Ok, who passed away in her home in Los Angeles on April 8th. Over 60 years ago, she became the first woman in Korean history to direct a feature film. Let's take this moment to reflect on the life of one woman who wouldn't let anything stand in her way.


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Kang Dong Won's controversial family history has come back to haunt him

Danny Kichi on Mon, Mar 06, 2017

Despite a closer relationship in recent years (thanks in part to hallyu), there are still sensitive issues that need to be resolved between Japan and South Korea, most notably those regarding the Japanese occupation. Unexpectedly entangled in these matters is Kang Dong Won, whose comments he made in an interview 10 years ago regarding his pro-Japanese great grandfather are coming back to haunt him.


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Cute video shows evolution of Japanese kawaii poses over the last 300 years

Danny Kichi on Wed, Feb 22, 2017

Schoolgirls in Japan, and many young women in general, have a certain reputation for the way they pose when getting their pictures taken. For example, their kawaii "peace sign" pose has becoming synonymous with Japanese kawaii culture, recognized as the universal stance (in Japan, anyway) when taking group photos. But through the years, there have been more ways to pose for photos than smiling and just putting two fingers up in the air — and we've got a fun little video that will take you through all the different looks that became the cutest poses of the times!


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Kim Sae Ron discusses emotional experience of playing a 'comfort woman' in upcoming film

Danny Kichi on Wed, Feb 15, 2017

Despite being only 16 years old, Kim Sae Ron recently played the lead role in film titled Snowy Road, one that would be challenging for any veteran actress, that of a student kidnapped and sent to Japan as a sex slave during the Japanese occupation of Korea. On Monday, at a press conference in Seoul to promote the movie's upcoming release, the actress talked about her feelings and experiences while filming the theatrical version of the popular historical drama.


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