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  1. Legacies Details Network The CW streaming site. The CW, NetFlix Related shows: The Vampire Diaries; The Originals Program creator: Julie Plec Origin Country: United States Production Locations : Atlanta Georgia, USA Production Companies : CBS Television Distribution ect... Genre : Drama , Fantansy and Supernatural Fiction Original Network : The CW Original Release : Oct 25, 2018- Present Seasons : 3 Renewed for Season 4 Fall 2021
  2. I went into this not knowing what to expect but a couple of episodes in, I found myself thoroughly entertained by the hijinks of a pojangmacha owner (Hwang Jung-eum), her long-suffering manager (Choi Won-young) and a supermarket customer service guy (Yook Sung-jae) in contemporary South Korea. Apart from the usual nagging from Neflix, I had seen/heard next to no press on this. As a rule I’m neither a fan of supernatural fantasies (I must be one of a handful people who haven’t see Goblin) nor of slapstick but I adored this one from start to finish. I found myself rolling around in laughter at t
  3. "Just like the viewers called Yun Hwa Pyung "Yun Peace" We hope that all the viewers find peace of mind in their hearts & souls. Again, thank you for watching." -Director Kim Hong Soon That was the note and ideation that the director of "Sohn:The Guest" wanted the audience to know. In today's review, we are going to dive in to the story of this fabulous piece. This series hits me hard, mainly because I have never wanted to watch this series. It was after a week of the airing, I have decided watched it, and I fell in love with it. Let's talk about that.
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