Commercial Releases in 2006

Commercial Releases in 2006

They are listed in the order of their release. Romance Papa Shin Sang-ok’s Romance Papa begins with the artifice of introductions of each character. These introductions are a vestige of the radio play from which this story originated, but it does help this viewer from the future navigate between these characters from the past since the times required that actors and actresses of similar ages play characters much younger than themselves. Still, in some ways such introductions are unnecessary since fashion signifies their ages. Sailor outfits designate the youngest. A poodle skirt marks the college-aged woman. Once married, the oldest daughter sheds her western dress, and, at the end of each business day, her new husband his western suit, for a hanbok. There is much to be said about fashion in South Korean films. Read the discussion of hanbok fashion fusions in the ‘s by Princeton University professor Steven Chung or watch the recent documentary on fashion designer Nora Noh for examples. Romance Papa is another object of study on how necessary sartorial choices can be to character development.

Fairy Tail (TV)

Screenplay by Shin Han-sol, Min Dong-hyun. A student attending a rough high school is beaten up nearly every day. One day he comes across an eccentric man who excels in the art of unconventional fighting. Cinematography by Im Jae-soo.

Cinematography by Park Yong-su.

Short Reviews

But in the eyes of a child, and the eyes of many watching this from the vantage point of the 21st century, their unwillingness to consummate what is obviously sincerely felt doesn’t make sense.

Lee Byung-hun

Distributed and sold internationally by Sponge.

Commercial Releases in 2006

Although this scene can also be interpreted as a point of ‘cultural resistance’ since the marines are seeking access to bodies denied them by ‘colonial’ forces that they, as Korean men, feel “entitled” to, this is still a masculine and national conceit that requires women to subjugate their bodies for the men of the nation.

Oh My Ghost

Yet what follows as plot in Romance Papa is really a series of vignettes, aligning this film more with the episodic nature of modern-day TV serials than a medium demanding a status as a single unit.

Oh My Ghost

Produced by Gate Pictures.

Fairy Tail (TV)

One day he comes across some thugs harassing two young women, and he intervenes, saving the women but getting himself injured in the process.


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