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Does anyone agree with me that her blood-type isn't important for an encyclopedia?
no but that's the sort of fact that's popular in the east. Read an anime character book.. why imaginary characters have blood types? noone knows but in the west we're just as obsessed (well maybe not just) with birthdays. Harry Potter has a birthdate.. does it matter no but it's part the common information you get with fictional characters in our culture. Ramdomwolf 18.104.22.168 (talk) 17:26, 16 July 2011 (UTC)
Not clear where they're coming from. "City Hall" was quite remarkable in many ways. Some nice stuff on class-struggle (Koreans so love that subtext). Excellent performances by Kim & Cha as indicated, but also by Choo & Lee, and in general a sound ensemble. The development of the characters was not subtle, but then even Shakespeare was known to hit his audience over the head in that regard. "When It's at Night" is not at the level of "City Hall" or "Lovely Sam Soon", Kim turns in an engaging performance, and I think she may here even be a linchpin in the ensemble-building process. In short, this stuff looks like it was put together by a publicist, and not a very good one.--djenner (talk) 23:19, 10 July 2011 (UTC)
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