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Podcast On Fire 260: The Tyler & Ken Conversations Part 2

Tyler Miller and Kenny B conclude their chat. In this part we talk Shaw Brothers directors such as Lau Kar-Leung and Chang Cheh, there’s further origin stories for network shows such as What’s Korean Cinema? and This Week In Sleaze, Korean and sleazy recommendations and Tyler schools Ken on Japanese cinema.

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What’s Korean Cinema? 14 – General’s Son & Going By The Book

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For our regular mix of something old, something new-ish, we turn to director Im Kwon-taek’s The General’s Son from 1990. The first of three examinations of brawling gangster turned politician Kim Doo-han and in the second half, Castaway On The Moon’s Jung Jae-young is an excellent police officer who’s also an excellent robber as it turned out in Ra Hee-chan’s Going By The Book from 2007. With Kenny B and Hangul Celluloid’s Paul Quinn.

Running Times:
00m 00s – Intro/General’s Son background
21m 35s – Im Kwon-taek bio/discussion
38m 12s – General’s Son review
70m 42s – Jang Jin bio/discussion
85m 18s – Jung Jae-young bio/discussion
92m 50s – Going By The Book review

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