Cunning Single Lady Episode 5 Synopsis
Actress Lee Min Jung Plays a “Cunning Single Lady” in First TV Drama Since Marriage to Lee Byung Hun
Actress Lee Min Jung is coming back to the TV with her upcoming role as a divorcee in the MBC drama “Cunning Single Lady.” This will be her first TV role since marrying actor Lee Byung Hun in August of 2013. The actress was featured on the February 9 episode of MBC’s ”Section TV Entertainment News” at the photo shoot location of the drama’s promotional poster. Lee Min Jung looked beautiful in one of her first appearances since her wedding. She will play the innocent, yet tough character Na Ae Ra for her upcoming drama.
It’s become an age of married women. In the void left by Jun Ji Hyun with the impending conclusion of the highly popular SBS drama “Man From the Stars,” married actresses Lee Bo Young and Lee Min Jung will be taking over. With the bar set high by Jun Ji Hyun, attention is falling on Lee Bo Young and Lee Min Jung’s follow-up.
The saying ‘Marriage is death to a female celebrity,’ has long since gone to the gallows. With years of experience, the two actresses’ acting has deepened, and chemistry with other actors is like fireworks. With their comebacks, both Lee Bo Young and Lee Min Jung, who have gotten a firm grasp on both love and work, will be taking a stab at something new. Jun Ji Hyun opened the door, and now it’s turn for these two.
MBC‘s upcoming drama, “Cunning Single Lady” released playful, yet sexy posters of its leads, Lee Min Jung, Joo Sang Wook, Kim Gyu Ri, and Seo Kwang Joon.
Lee Min Jung plays Na Ae Ra, the cunning single woman, who believes that her appearance will lead her to a better life. She meets Cha Jung Woo, played by Joo Sang Wook, who is an engineering student. The two marry, but then divorce. After the divorce Ae Ra goes through difficult times, until she discovers that her ex-husband is now a successful and wealthy IT developer. Ae Ra decides that she will have to seduce Jung Woo, again, so that he marries her, again.
MBC Wednesday-Thursday drama “Miss Korea” released pictures of the cast at the last filming session ahead of its final episode on February 26.
The drama’s production company, SM C&C, put out these pictures on February 26 that showed the cast of “Miss Korea,” including Lee Sun Kyun, Lee Yeon Hee, Lee Mi Sook, Lee Sung Min and Song Sun Mi, behind the scenes, all wearing bright smiles on their faces.
New stills for “Cunning Single Lady” have been revealed, showing the two leads, Joo Sang Wook and Lee Min Jung, showing great chemistry.
“Cunning Single Lady” is just a day away from airing its pilot episode after “Miss Korea” comes to an end today.
The stills show Joo Sang Wook and Lee Min Jung almost about to kiss, showing a heart-thumping scene that fans are already excited to watch. Joo Sang Wook is leaning in for a kiss as Lee Min Jung waits with her eyes closed.
Thursday came the dreaded and long-awaited end to SBS’ You Who Came From the Stars, which has been constantly rising in ratings since its first episode.
Although it didn’t break 30 percent, the finale ended with 28.1 percent, its highest so far.
As fans were trying out how Do Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun) and Chun Song Yi (Jun Ji Hyun) were going to have a happy ending with Do Min Joon leaving earth to prevent death from happening, writer Park Ji Eun threw in a worm hole, allowing Do Min Joon to recuperate, while giving him a portal to teleport back to earth.
Infinite’s L, who plays the role of a secretary/chauffeur on “Cunning Single Lady,” revealed that he’s not very good at driving.
On the March 2 episode of MBC’s “Section TV Entertainment Relay,” an interview was held with the cast of “Cunning Single Lady.” L was asked about a particular episode that happened during filming, and he said, “Because of this drama, I got my driver’s license for the first time. I’m a chauffeur, so I have to drive.”
Lee Min Jung, Joo Sang Wook, Kim Sung Kyun, and Seo Kang Joon have fun on the set of 'Cunning Single Lady'
Lee Min Jung, Joo Sang Wook, Kim Sung Kyun, and more looked like they were having a blast in cuts for “Cunning Single Lady”
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Kim Sung Kyun shared on his Facebook on March 5, “Fun filming for “Cunning Single Lady”! Our Kang Joon fighting! Please watch “Cunning Single Lady”, which airs today,” along with a friendly snapshot taken with Seo Kang Joon. It has been revealed that Kim Sung Kyun made a cameo to show support for his labelmates Joo Sang Wook and Seo Kang Joon.
After another day and a new episode, it looks like KBS’ The Age of Feeling won’t be giving up its number one spot!
On Thursday night, Age of Feeling was the only prime time drama that increased in ratings, going from 12.0 to 12.5 percent.
SBS’ Three Days, which was only trailing behind by 0.1 percent, fell to 11.1, increasing the gap between number one and two. MBC’s Cunning Single Lady wasn’t’ able to maintain its double-digit ratings as viewers decided what they wanted to watch next.
Following the finale of “You Who Came From the Stars”, it seems viewers weren”t as excited about dramas anymore this week as viewer ratings overall saw a drop, helping “Generation of Youth” finally reach #1 in its time slot!
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According to AGB Nielsen Media Research, the March 6th episode of KBS 2TV“s “Generation of Youth” achieved a 12.5% viewer rating which is a 0.5% increase from its previous viewer rating of 12.0%, breaking its own record.
KBS’s Wednesday-Thursday drama “Age of Feeling” starring Kim Hyun Joong is at the top of the shows airing in the same time slot.
According to viewer rating research company Nielsen Korea on March 7, episode 16 of “Age of Feeling” which aired on March 6 recorded a viewer rating of 12.5%. A full half percent higher than the previous episode, which got 12.0%, the show put down its highest viewer rating yet.
The new MBC drama Cunning Single Lady is a fun and modern drama about love and revenge. The drama portrays the relationship between divorced lovers when they meet again after three years of no contact. The ex-husband Jung Woo (Joo Sang-Wook) is now a top business man and multimillionaire, and the ex-wife Na Ae Ra (Lee Min-Jung) lived clueless of her ex-husband’s success for three years. The drama follows the complex relationship between the ex-lovers after their fateful reunion at the police station. The show gives us a good perspective on the serious topic of divorce while also making us laugh.
While struggling at second place, SBS’ Three Days is slowly climbing back up, challenge KBS’ Age of Feeling.
On Wednesday night, Three Days rose from 11.1 to 11.7 percent with the main plot set in place with the third episode. With this rise, Three Days became closer to first, which Age of Feeling is currently taking over.
Age of Feeling, which recorded 12.5 last Thursday, dropped to 12.2, providing some leeway for Three Days catch up.
Waiting for an elevator never looked like so much fun until Hello Venus” Yooyoung”s impromptu dance as she waits for the doors to open.
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Hello Venus shared on their official Facebook on March 11, “[HVTV] releasing a hidden camera of YooYoung after she finished filming the drama “Cunning Single Lady,” along with the cute clip.
Yooyoung, who is starring as Song Hee on “Cunning Single Lady“, looked both professional and flirty in her structured jacket and flared skirt for her role. She proved that she doesn”t need high heels to show off her long legs and looked adorably impatient for the elevator to stop at her floor.
And first place has flipped again.
On Thursday night, SBS’ Three Days took the lead with its fourth episode. It scored a rating of 12.7 percent as viewers sunk deeper into mystery-surrounded story of a missing president and betraying body guards.
But that’s not to say Three Days kick back and chill because it barely made it into first with KBS’ Age of Feeling nearly stepping on the drama’s heels with 12.6 percent.
It was a close battle between “Generation of Youth” and “Three Days”, both of which have plenty of eye candy and action, but it was “Three Days” that won by a very small margin in its second week!
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According to AGB Nielsen Media Research, the March 13th episode of SBS” “Three Days” achieved a 12.7% viewer rating, which is a 1.0% increase from its previous viewer rating of 11.7%.
Drama “Cunning Single Lady” is treating us to the voices of Sunny Hill with their latest OST release!
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Titled “Cunning Thoughts“, the song serves as the main theme song of the drama and also expresses the emotions of the lead female character Na Ae Ra towards Cha Jung Woo.
Give it a listen above as you await the drama airing every Wednesday and Thursday!
Park Min Young is coming back to the small screen in about two years.
Park Min Young has been cast as the lead actress in MBC’s new drama Reformation (tentative title) taking the role of Lee Ji Yeon.
Reformation is about a top lawyer Kim Seok Ju (Kim Myung Min) from a prestigious law firm, who loses his memories due to a mishap and looks back at his life to lead a new one.
Park Min Young will be acting as a lawyer from a second-class law school, who becomes Kim Myung Min’s helper and a right-hand assistant.
After School’s Juyeon has confirmed her appearance in MBC’s upcoming drama Reformation.
In Reformation, Juyeon will be taking the role of Lee Mi Ri, the friend of the main character Lee Ji Yoon, played by Park Min Young. Juyeon will be acting as a bright and fearless character, adding energy to the drama.
Juyeon has previously taken supporting roles in various dramas, including tvN’s Reply 1997, KBS 1TV’s Smile Donghae and more.
See-sawing up and down, KBS’ Age of Feeling stole the number one spot again on Wednesday night.
Age of Feeling recorded a rating of 11.6 percent. Despite the 0.5 percent drop from its previous episode, the drama managed to rise to number one with a 0.3 percent difference from SBS’Age of Feeling.
Three Days saw a bigger drop from its previous ratings, falling 1.6 percent and allowing Age of Feeling to overcome it.