dad where are you going season 2
From birthday celebrations to horse masks and PUPPIESSSSS, here’s what happened with your favorite stars on today’s Twitter Roundup.
Super Junior’s Kim Hee Chul continued his Frozen craze, instagramming, “Airport fashion for the first in a while. The founder of the airport fashion is Hee nim. An innocent man who rides an airplane with my little and adorable Anna Inside the SPAO backpack, which I’m the model for. I’ll have a safe trip with Gun Hee and Anna.”
He then took his obsession further. Poor Gun Hee.
B.A.P’s Zelo posted on his Instragram, writing, “#?” Not sure what’s going on in this picture, but who are the two handsome horses?
Daehyun was reminiscing about his past, as he tweeted, “Woo Ddook!! This is the place I used to go a lot after I finished practice and was hungry…!! Busan!!! After eating well, I’m leaving with a happy heart
SBS’ “Man from the Stars” has been chosen as Korea’s favorite TV program, beating the long-time #1 show, MBC’s “Infinity Challenge.”
On February 25, results from the poll “Korea’s Favorite TV Program” came in. There, “Man from the Stars” took the first place with 11.5% of the votes.
This is only the second time that a different program came out on top over “Infinity Challenge” after “My Daughter Seoyoung” won last year.
“Infinity Challenge” has been keeping its #1 spot for the past 11 months but has fallen down to the wildly popular Jun Ji Hyun/Kim Soo Hyun series.
The following programs were the next ranked: “The Wang Family,” “Empress Ki,” “Daddy! Where Are We Going?” “Running Man,” “1 Night 2 Days,” “Love Rides the Song,” “Gag Concert” and “Jeong Do Jeon
The episode begins with Min Joon reassuring Song Yi that he will be staying by her side. They hug and he’s shocked by a premonition where he disappears into thin air. Yikes! Writers, we know he might die but do you have to give us a visual and ruin the moment? She senses that something’s wrong but he just suggests that they go somewhere quiet, repeating Yoon Jae’s words from a previous conversation. While there are a lot of benefits that come with dating alien, the lack of privacy isn’t one of them.
Jae Kyung keeps his cool when confronted by his ex-wife, brother and the cops. She accuses him of locking her up for seven years but he denies it and cautions them against relying on the words of a sick woman. He walks out and is followed by his younger brother who begs him to confess and explain what is going on. He needs him to do right and tell him something that makes sense so that he can still love his hyung
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According to a Korea Gallup monthly poll titled, "TV programs that Koreans love," which surveyed 1218 people of ages 19 and above, SBS" "You Who Came From the Stars" took the crown at #1 with 11.5% of the votes.
MBC"s "Infinity Challenge" broke its 11-month reign at first place and came in second place with a strong 10.3%. KBS 2TV weekend drama "The Wang Family" ("King"s Family") took the third spot with its popularity among the elderly and housewives.
MBC"s "Empress Qi" and "Dad Where Are You Going?", SBS" "Running Man", and KBS 2TV"s "1N2D" trailed behind in the Top 10
Female duo group Davichi’s Kang Min Kyung recently posted a selca of herself on Twitter.
On February 22, the singer posted, “With long hair for a shooting. It feels awkward. But I’ve only had a bob hairstyle for a short time.”
In the picture, Kang Min Kyung’s hair is very long indeed and styled with a white feather. The singer looks luminous with her white-colored outfit that matches well with her porcelain white skin.
Netizens’ comments included “Kang Min Kyung looks like a goddess,” “Long hair suits you as well,” “Her skin really is milky-white.”
Kang Min Kyung recently featured for the ballad group Vibe’s new song “Haeundae.” Vibe is a famous male duo ballad group composed of Yoon Min Soo and Ryu Jae Hyun. Yoon Min Soo is also the father of Yoon Hoo, Korea’s favourite boy who garnered immense popularity with his father for their appearances in the show that gave the father and son the spotlight in the first place, “Daddy, Where Are We Going?”
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The weekly Sunday ratings battle continues among the big three television networks!
MBC"s "Dad, Where Are You Going?" continued to struggle with its new cast members, remaining at last place two weeks in a row with nationwide ratings of 10.0%, a minor drop from the previous episode. KBS"s "Superman is Back" took second place with 10.4%, while SBS"s "K-Pop Star 3" overtook its competition to claim first place with 11.9%.
The news for SBS wasn"t as good in the second Sunday slot, as "Running Man" remained in last place with 11.6%. KBS"s "1 Night 2 Days" and MBC"s "Real Men" duked it out for first place, with ratings of 15.4% and 15.1%, respectively.
Which variety show did you watch this weekend?
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On the bus, Chun-soo is dead asleep as Jin-hee positions his head back on her shoulder. Chang-min pulls up next to the bus in his car at a stoplight, but neither Chang-min nor Jin-hee see each other. The bus jerks Chun-soo awake and Jin-hee feigns sleep. He nudges her awake, with an “Asleep already?” and she makes a big show of yawning and stretching.As the two order breakfast, Chun-soo tells Jin-hee that she should go do medical volunteer work on an island somewhere. “I think that’s the best fit for you,” he says. Jin-hee replies, “I’d like that. But I’d like to finish my internship first.” She hesitates for a moment before asking, “What’s going to happen to me now?” Chun-soo’s answer is noncommittal, and not particularly comforting: “That depends on your fate.”When the restaurant ajumma mistakenly assumes that Jin-hee is Chun-soo’s “pretty wife,” both Jin-hee and Chun-soo share an awkward moment
Age of Feeling: Episode 11 recap by Dramabeans
It’s just like the old days with Ok-ryun caring for an unconscious Jung-tae, only this time she’s got the help of Doctor Jung, who I’m guessing just moonlights as a hot water saleswoman/innkeeper.
Since she and Ok-ryun are on an unni/dongsaeng basis, she ribs the younger girl over her pining and waiting for Jung-tae over the past five years. Ok-ryun becomes embarrassed and defends herself, all, Who was waiting? I wasn’t! Mmhmm.
It really is deja vu (in a nice way) watching her wait through the night for Jung-tae to come back to his senses. A tear escapes her eye as she mutters, “Jerk
Age of Feeling: Episode 12 recap by Dramabeans
Doctor Jung and Ok-ryun get an unexpected delivery to the clinic in the form of Daddy Shin’s body, brought there by Jae-hwa’s men.
But it seems like they may not be the only ones behind the body switch, since Jung-tae heeds So-so’s words about where his father’s funeral should rightfully take place and sheds his funeral clothes. So-so beams: “I guess you’re not fake after all. Let’s go.”
Jung-tae claims he has some business to take care of first, which leads us back to the body reveal with Leader Seol and Kaya. Leader Seol is the only one to open the casket and spot the random dead person inside, and closes it before a sudden letter arrives from Jae-hwa informing him of what he’s already confirmed: that they don’t have Daddy Shin’s corpse
The Chinese version of MBC’s “Daddy Where Are We Going?” has become extremely popular in China. Having broadcasted on Hunan TV from October to December of last year, the variety show that follows celebrity fathers and their children has come to be loved by the Chinese audience.
The Chinese version had recorded an average of 4.3% in ratings, while the show’s highest rating was 5.67% Although the numbers seem low, considering that there are about 40 main television channels in China, even going past 1% in ratings is a success. Yet, the ability for Hunan TV’s “Daddy Where Are We Going” to reach an average of about 4% ratings conveyed the show’s extreme popularity.
Moreover, the main producer of the show commented, “We ended up thinking a lot about the fathers’ roles while we prepared for this show
Emergency Couple EPISODE 6 RECAP by dramabeans
Jin-hee needs to give Chang-min’s mom a shot, but Mom is having none of it. She’s spooked enough to think that Jin-hee has plans to kill her, and if that’s not the kind of thought that should make a person self-reflect on past behavior, I don’t know what would be. Not one for self-reflection, Chang-min’s mom threatens to have Jin-hee fired and her tantrum escalates until she slaps Jin-hee in the face.
Chun-soo and Chang-min run into the room just in time to see Jin-hee get slapped, and both men are shocked. Chang-min sends a look of mortified apology Jin-hee’s way. Chun-soo calmly asks Chang-min’s mom to explain herself
Parodying the hit SBS drama, Yoo Jae Suk transformed into Chun Song Yi of You Who Came From the Stars on the most recent episode of Running Man.
Starting from “400 years ago” in the chosun era, the Running Man team searched for a young maiden. Once the maiden was found, time began to speed up, bringing the members into present times.
In order for the alien to return back to its planet, Chun Song Yi and Do Min Joon, who turned out to be HaHa, must meet and find the key to the spaceship before one member with the nail ring stops them.
Hilariously enough, Yoo Jae Suk reincarnated as Chun Song Yi, acting just as Jun Ji Hyun does in the drama, bringing a lot of laughter to the viewers.
Saturday, February 15, 2014
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The past few weeks have been positively chaotic as the three competitors move back and forth between the first- and last-place slots. This week, MBC"s "Real Men" emerged the winner with 16.2% nationwide ratings, putting it in first place in front of its competitors. KBS"s "1 Night 2 Days" scored 13.7% and SBS"s "Running Man" trailed with 12.6%.
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The other half of Sunday"s variety broadcasts also saw a major shake-up in rankings, with KBS"s "Superman is Back" taking the first-place slot with 12.1%. SBS"s "K-Pop Star 3" followed with 11
But for now, we’re just going to look back on episode 16 and enjoy the happy moments for as long as we can.
And Do Min Joon faints after a kiss. *insert swear words by Chun Song Yi.
Chun Song Yi:That kiss… who was it for?
Was it me… or that woman who looks like me?
Do you know what the worst kind of love triangle is?
With a woman from the past.
If she existed now, I could find out what kind of woman she was
Or go head to head with her.
But how can I win over a girl who is stuck in memories?
But I want to know… that kiss, who was it for?
Me or her?
Do Min Joon:It was for Chun Song Yi
You From Another Star Ep17 Recap by Softy
Starts from MJ narrating about when he first ended up here how he thought about when he would go back.
back in Joseon time a guy asks what MJ is reading so MJ tells him. the guy says dont people talk about strange things. he brings up how the world rotates so MJ laughs and says you can see it from afar how beautiful this land is that we live on
MJ says how earth is beautiful looking at it from afar so I wanted to come here. he talks about how it’s been over 400 years and if he misses this chance to go back he would have to wait another 400 yrs and if he doesnt go back he might die
Back to last night scene – MJ looks at her and says let’s do everything you want to do in advance
Emergency Couple - Episode 5 - 6 Recap by Couch-Kimchi:
This week made it clear that I need more from this couple. It’s strange that I’m not seeing the passion to be a Doctor in Chang Min that I see from Jin-Hee. Although we learn her reason for getting into medicine was twisted, she does exhibit a natural desire to help people along with raw talent. And I’m not the only one who noticed – our grumpy, over-worked resident Cheon-Soo noticed.
Cheon-Soo prepares to answer questions about the elevator incident, while Chang Min tries to accept all the blame. Chang Min’s Mother, Sung Sook is brought into the ER after taking too many anti-anxiety pills, which she did after arguing with Chang Min’s Father. Jin-Hee rushes forward to help and finds herself looking into the face of the monster who made her one year of marriage a living hell
You Who Came From the Stars ep 16 recap by Softy
Starts from SY saying: since you dont seem to know this still I will say it clearly. I dont like you anymore – since you are like this I don’t like you even more so please disappear from my sight – no, from my life. also it would be nice if you knew how selfish you are. MJ suddenly makes all the lights turn on everywhere. he makes her float over to him so she ends up in his arms. she asks what are you going now. MJ: the most selfish thing I can do to you. he leans in and kisses her.
She pulls away and says there really is nothing you cant do. she walks off so he stops her. she turns away and asks why – do you like me? you really cant lie. you could have just said you liked me in this mood