Yoo Ah-in and Park Shin-hye’s Zombie Film ‘Alive’ Comes to Netflix on September 8

Following its theatrical run in Korea box offices, South Korean zombie film Alive will be premiering worldwide on Netflix this September 8, 2020.

Starring Yoo Ah-in and Park Shin-hye, Alive tells the story of a mysterious virus outbreak that suddenly spreads throughout modern day Seoul and rapidly grows out of control. People struggle to stay alive when the unknown infection causes victims to eat each other, turning them into zombies.

Oh Jun-u, played by Yoo Ah-in, and Kim Yu-bin, played by Park Shin-hye, struggle to survive in an apartment complex from those infected with the virus. They are trapped alone inside their apartments without access to cellular data, Wi-Fi, text, or phone calls. Their only source of information about the outside world is the news on TV and what they can see from outside their apartment windows.

While they are neighbors, Jun-u and Yu-bin have opposite personalities. Jun-u is a typical middle-class boy who enjoys computer games and social networking. He utilizes technology to survive. Meanwhile, Yu-bin incorporates more traditional items like camping tools and telescopes to survive. With their different specialities, the pair work together to stay alive.

Watch more from the official trailer below and stay tuned to its worldwide premiere on Netflix this September 8!


Catch The Untold Stories of BTS in Their Latest Feature Film, BREAK THE SILENCE: THE MOVIE

An upcoming BTS’ feature film, BREAK THE SILENCE: THE MOVIE, will be screening at all GV cinemas from 10 September 2020 onwards.

BREAK THE SILENCE: THE MOVIE focuses on the sensational septet’s first international Love Yourself: Speak Yourself World Tour and provide fans with an insight on each member. Viewers will get a behind-the-curtain experience as RM, Jimin, Suga, Jungkook, V, Jin and J-Hope share their untold personal stories.

The boys performed in various cities such as Los Angeles, Chicago, New York, Sao Paulo, London, Paris, Osaka, Shizuoka, Riyadh and Seoul. The world tour also saw the boyband topping the Billboard Boxscore, as well as making history by being the first Korean music group to perform at Wembley Stadium in the UK.

(Photo Credit: NOAM GALAI; Getty Images)

Fans can catch BREAK THE SILENCE: THE MOVIE at GV Cinemas & advance tickets for screenings are available for purchase now. Tickets are priced at $22 for GV Movie Club members and $24 for the public.

In addition, ticket holders can redeem a free limited edition commemorative postcard with every ticket purchased (whilst stocks last).

Director: Jun-Soo Park
Cast: RM, Jin, SUGA, j-hope, Jimin, V, Jung Kook
Release date: September 10, 2020

(Poster: Golden Village)


SBCD Korean Tofu House Launches Hong Ge Soontofu, The First of its Kind in Singapore

When it comes to tofu stews in Singapore, there’s no place that does it better than SBCD Korean Tofu House. As fans of the brand since its inception, we were excited to try out their latest dish – The Hong Ge Soontofu.

Hong Ge, also known as the Red Crab in English, hails from the exclusive waters of North-Eastern Asia. With its consistent climate and cooler temperatures, Red Crab meats are well-known to be sweeter, tender and plump, making it the perfect accompaniment to the robust, savoury tofu stew.

Freshly hand-made daily, SBCD Korean Tofu House specialises in soontofu using specially imported soybeans from Paju, South Korea. The tofu stews usually come with varying levels of spiciness but we chose the standard level this time round.

While their mainstay dish is already very good on its own, the Korean Red Crab definitely elevates them to the next level. Though the highlight of this dish was supposedly the Red Crab, all of our bowls were filled to the brim with an extremely generous portion of other seafoods such as prawns and clams.

Usually, we’d tend to stay away from seafoods because of their strong fishy stench but this dish stole a piece of our hearts and our initial reluctance vanished with each bite of the sweet, white meat. There was no stench at all, in fact every piece of seafood was so fresh, it felt as if we were transported to the Korean seas. The main star of this dish is the red crab but we can definitely say that the prawns, clams, tofu and soup each deserve a spot in the limelight as well.

Thanks to their partnership with the Korean Fishery Association which has established the national K-Fish licensing brand, SBCD Korean Tofu House has direct access to the freshest, highest quality seafoods from South Korea. At the same time, this partnership gives us the opportunity to indulge in some of Korea’s finest cuisines, including those that can hardly be found here in Singapore.

We’re so glad this monster of a dish happened and for that, we give the Hong Ge Soontofu, a solid ten out of ten. The Hong Ge Soontofu is available at SGD23.90++ for a limited time only–while stocks last!

Find SBCD Korean Tofu House @
Tanjong Pagar Centre: 7 Wallich Street, #B1-01/02, S(078884)
Millenia Walk: 9 Raffles Boulevard, #01-114, S(039586)

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