Iâ€™ve been in South Korea for just over a week, and have been honoured to have participated in my Korean familyâ€™s Lunar New Year (Sollal) celebration, which included the sacrifices to the ancestors (which was fruit and prepared food we later ate . . . so not really sacrifices), kowtows to the elders (which included my nieces and nephews kowtowing to my wife and I), and a huge lack of internet. Iâ€™m at my sister-in-lawâ€™s place now with some internet, so I hope to have some time to compose some posts. Then again, thereâ€™s talk of visiting the East Sea (to heck with your Sea of Japan nonsense), which â€“ Iâ€™m sorry â€“ wins out over writing some posts. However, here are some previews.
Yellow Sea? An amazing South Korea neo-noir which packs a lot of tension and action into two-and-a-half hours.