5.18 and Sandglass

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  1. AzureWolf says:

    “he was just excited to watch it again with me (so he could tell me more about SoKor’s history). From that time on, I lost interest in most Korean dramas.”

    Haha, sounds like you lost interest in kdrama because you don’t want to hear your husband talk about Korea! I know that’s not what you mean, but it would be funny.

    I will give this a try. My friend recommends The Devil (MuWang?) and Soulmate, which I have but haven’t watched yet.

  2. Tesha says:

    I love Wong Kar Wai and In the Mood for Love. In fact, I’m having a Wong Kar Wai festival this week because I found Fallen Angels and Days of Being Wild in a video store in Apgujeong (happiness!). Finding a copy of Chungking Express would have made it perfect, but that would be asking too much.

    If Sandglass makes you think of my dear Wong Kar Wai, then it is a must-see for me 🙂

  3. Betchay says:

    @AzureWolf >> you should see the Sandglass… it’s really beautiful!

    @Tesha >> i have Chungking Express here… you should have told me 😉 bought it at Kyobo Bookstore

  4. Tesha says:

    Another reason to go back then 🙂

  5. peterahon says:

    thanks for your post about 518, we gonna link it up with our blogs…

    I never knew about these docu-film, I hope our foundation could acquire rights to them and do English subtitle for them..

    June 16 is a Monday ugh… won’t have chance to watch the concert of Ms. Lea…

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  6. peterahon says:

    oh by the way, let us correct date, the Gwangju Democratic Uprising happened in May 18 (onwards), 1980, so it is now on its 28th year being commemorated.

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  1. September 7, 2009

    […] for Korean dramas, I don’t watch them as often as before. It happened when I saw “Sandglass“. I felt like I’ve seen the best and I didn’t want to waste time and be […]

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