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Man to Man: K-Drama Review

Man to Man: K-Drama Review

Entertainment, Movies and Series
This drama tells the story of a popular actor Yeo Woon Gwang (Park Sung Woong) and a secret agent Kim Sul Woo (Park Hae Jin). Kim Sul Woo goes undercover to work as Yeo Woon Gwang’s bodyguard. Yeo Woon Gwang is an actor who specialises in potraying villains. Interesting turn of events comes when Kim Sul Woo who had never made a mistake in his career as a spy finally made one arousing many events. Rush now to you reliable video library that has this for this drama should unfold right before your eyes and learn which mistake Kim Sul Woo made. Related: Defendant: K-Drama Review 2017 The excitement is intense, the thrill in mission execution is surprisingly good. If by any chance you’ve never tried out a Korean Drama, don’t mind me saying that this will do just fine. Director:
Defendant: K-Drama Review 2017

Defendant: K-Drama Review 2017

Entertainment, Movies and Series
Park Jung Woo (Ji Sung) a prosecutor at Seoul Central District Prosecutors’ office, one day, he wakes up and finds himself in lock up at the police station. With temporary amnesia, Park Jung Woo is falsely accused and is sentenced to death. He then must struggle to prove his innocence. If you’re looking for a thrill of prison life and how a death row inmate with all the drama and betrayal to deal with, then look no further for this K-Drama is just the thing you need to keep you glued to you screen. Related: Man to Man: K-Drama Review Director: Jo Young Gwang Cast:  Ji Sung, Uhm Ki Joon, Kwon Yuri, Oh Chang Suk, Uhm Hyun Kyung, Son Yeo Eun Screenwriter:  Choi Soo Jin Producers: Lee Sang-min Broadcaster:  SBS Release Dates: January 23 – March 21, 2017 Newslibre Ratin
Intel Launches 8th Gen Processors

Intel Launches 8th Gen Processors

Science & Tech
Intel Announced on Monday the roll out of its 8th Gen Intel Core processors for a range of mobile processors designed for thin and light Notebooks and 2-in-1s. Intel’s 8th Gen Core processors’ first wave of powered devices featuring i5/i7 processors will come to market beginning September. Built for smooth 4K video streaming and Virtual Reality (VR) experience, this would ensure exceptional performance, immersive entertainment and simple convenience. “The new mobile family sets the bar for outstanding performance including a boost of up to 40 per cent gen over gen 1 and that jumps to 2x2 if compared to a year-old machine,” said Gregory Bryant, Senior Vice President and General Manager of the client computing group at Intel Corporation. Also read: Uber to donate $1.2 million to Girl