Lee Chung is a Prince of Joseon, but he has been taken hostage to the Qing Dynasty. He enjoys boozing, womanizing and gambling. He is also an excellent swordsman. His older brother Lee ... See full summary »
A woman's past as a convict follows her everywhere and because of this she doesn't open up to others. But then she strikes up a friendship with a broken child who has suffered from domestic... See full summary »
it seems to see why Chinese movies can hardly even eat the tail gas of Korean movies now
Well, it seems to see why Chinese movies can hardly even eat the tail gas of Korean movies now. At least people dare to put the moths on the dock at the end of the movie, and Chinese movies are always the positive energy for the big rats to be at ease.
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