Finely tuned South Korean meller "Love On-Air" unfolds a tentative romance set in the cutthroat world of commercial radio.
A buoyant Capra-esque venture that sometimes stumbles but never fails to dazzle.
Unlike Japan and China, South Korea has never been a location for major Hollywood productions.
Action-packed historical epic "Blades of Blood" boasts some masterfully kinetic swordplay.
Helmer Im Sang-soo demonstrates an eye for luscious surfaces but ludicrous dramatic instincts.
A handful of South Korean helmers riff on love in its varying forms.
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