I just finished watching Charlie and the Chocolate Factory on television. If I want, I can probably watch it another five times in the next couple weeks. That is the interesting thing about Korean television. I am constantly amazed at the movie selection, let alone repetition over here. Last week I was walking back to the dorm with a coworker, and we were joking about what movies we would be able to watch in the afternoon. He had mentioned that Spiderman was already on that morning, so I guessed that Spiderman 2 might be on. I ended by saying that at least we should have a strong chance of some Lord of the Rings. About five minutes later, he called me to let me know that I was correct. As I flipped to see the Hobbits on their quest, I was shocked to pass over Peter Parker saving Mary Jane from a car flipping through the coffee shop.
Labels: Korea, Movies, TV
Hellboy on constant rotation sounds all kinds of awesome.
As far as TV shows, I'm thinking they should throw in Knight Rider and Magnum PI. Too bad there's no X-Files on, either.
ByDave, at 15/11/07 10:47
They played the X-files for a while, but alas, it is gone.
ByRyan, at 18/11/07 09:42
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