You'll agree that today's entertainment media has become a ugly collection of yesmen churning out yellow journalism that only exists to promote "products," and sensationalist headlines whose sole purpose is generating buzz. But you still find the rare interview that manages to escape from the mold from time to time, or even only a penetrating and insightful discussion with people who aren't just there to mislead the public with the same old fanfare.

This is a tentative to single out those instances that harken back to a time when the Korean entertainment press still had a "pulse."

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