We usually associate love with emotional feelings. And by emotional feelings, we don’t like to link it with scientific discoveries. We like to be “the two idiots in love”. We like to let our emotions just flow every which way direction.
Jung Hae-In is back on the small screen after his debut in Something In The Rain back in 2018, leading another romantic role in One Spring Night (봄밤), this time alongside actress, Han Ji-Min.
The Education Ministry on Friday issued a directive reminding students that Valentine’s Day on Thursday is not a public holiday, nor a day for romantic pursuits which go against Khmer tradition.
Picture this: you love someone more than you love yourself. But one day, you discover that he or she has an untreatable disease and can no longer stay with you. To make things worse, your lover’s parents do not really approve of your relationship. What will you do?
So, get ready with your chilled wine or soda, chips and popcorn, pucker all your pillows, clutch your most comfy blanket, turn off your phone, and allow yourself to get filled up with Christmas cheer through these inspiring, comical, dreamy movies this holiday.
Multi-talented young artist Mong Manith last week launched two new works – “Ocean” album and “The Sixth Child” novel – that are surely to inspire many people.
The Khmer romantic comedy ‘Heart Beat’ premiered on Wednesday at Major Cineplex, Sorya Center Point.
During the French colonial period, Cambodian society was governed by strict rules. Girls were not allowed to show their emotions or express feelings of romantic affection. Girls were expected to be obedient and subservient, and do as they were told.
Romantic fantasy “The Shape of Water” won the best picture Oscar on Sunday, the film industry’s most prestigious honour, on a night where themes of female empowerment and activism almost overshadowed the awards.