Episode Terakhir Sweet Spy
Name: 이다해 / Lee Da Hae (Yi Da Hae)
Real name: 변다혜 / Byun Da Hye (Byeon Da Hye)
Profession: Actress and model
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Star sign: Aries
Blood type: O
Family: Older brother
Talent agency: J. Tune Entertainment
Education: Burwood Girls High School (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia), Dongguk University (Theater and Film degree)
Hobbies: Watching movies
Languages: Korean and English
Has released a digital single called “If You are Willing To” (당신이 원하신다면) from the drama My Girl that she sang in episode 4
Lee and her family lived in Sydney, New South Wales for 5 years
Name: 이인 / Lee In
Real name: 이준 / Lee Joon (Yi Jun)
Star sign: Gemini
Blood type: B
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SBS‘ “To The Beautiful You” unveiled cute photos of Minho and Sulli.
Recently, Sulli and Min Ho have been showing a risky type of romance, in the SBS Wednesday-Thursday drama ‘To The Beautiful You’ that sent sweetness to the viewers.
In the midst of that, Sulli and Choi Min Ho revealed two pictures that looked like a cute couple photo shoot. They both puckered their lips out, while looking at the camera. They were seen looking at each other, while smiling, showing a ‘2 level cuteness combination‘. Their matching great visuals made people smile.
The music of folk pop group C’est Si Bon‘s Yoon Hyung Joo and Kim Se Hwan made an appearance on September 22nd broadcast of KBS 2TV‘s ‘Immortal Song 2‘.
On this episode, MBLAQ‘s G.O. displayed a soulful performance of Yoon Hyung Joo’s “Lovable You” which his fellow members Lee Joon and Seungho supported.
On the latest episode of ‘We Got Married‘, the actress Yoon Se Ah and her husband, Julien Kang, were requested to cook dalgona and a sweet Korean traditional snack.
While they were cooking, Yoon Se Ah suddenly found out a nasty bruise near his eyes. She worried, asking, “Did you get in a fight?” .
However, Julien answered. “It’s just from my martial arts practice. It’s nothing,” he reassured.
As the National Foundation Day of Korea came to a close, so did SBS’ Master’s Sun, which ended its series of ghosts, mystery, and love.
Master’s Sun achieved its highest ratings thus far with 21.8 percent, finally breaking in the twenties. The last episode wrapped up loose ends and brought Joo Joong Won (So Ji Sub) and Tae Gong Shil (Gong Hyo Jin) together, providing the sweetest scenes that provoked some squirming and jealousy at the same time.
With the first episode of the highly anticipated drama “Reply 1994” still to air, a special episode “0″ has been broadcast. During the episode, viewers were able to catch a glimpse at Roy Kim‘s remake of the beloved song, “Seoul, Here” for the drama’s OST.
“Seoul, Here” was part of the OST for the number one drama of 1994, “The Moon of Seoul.” Both the drama and the song were huge hits.
The new remake of “Seoul, Here” is perfected by Roy Kim’s sweet and romantic voice along with the soft acoustic guitar sounds. The track is yet to be officially released but viewers were able to hear it at the end of episode 0 for “Reply 1994.”
Speeding into romance from the start, Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye spent the night together in SBS’ The Heir.
On October 11, the cast and staff of the The Heirs filmed the ‘bed scene’ on a drama set located in Gyeongi’s Tanhyeon.
Although quite playful with each other before the shooting, once the action sign fell, Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye had hearts fluttering everywhere as they played out a nervous and romantic scene.
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ES walks into airport to see R hugging T. She turns to leave, but Tan sees her and calls out to her. “Cha Eun Sang, stop right there.”
Eun Sang turns around. T says bye to R, and walks over to ES, R completely forgotten now. T yells at ES for not calling. He wants her number from her. ES looks at R. She says to T that she thanked him and already said bye so don’t leave his fiancé like that to ask her something like that. ES walks past T and R. R looks at T, realizing more how much T likes ES already.
Actress Park Shin Hye recently thanked fans for being so gracious as to provide food for the staff and cast of “The Heirs.”
On October 19, the actress tweeted photos of the lunchbox, cake, placard and food sent by adoring fans all over the world in celebration and support of the first broadcast of “The Heirs.” After posting three consecutive tweets thanking fans for their thoughtful and sweet gestures, she ended with the message, “I guess today is appreciation day.”
The SNS world was filled with sweet treats and even sweeter stars. Read about it all in today’s Twitter Roundup.
Big Bang’s G-Dragon, who was busy on set, but not too busy to update fans, tweeted a photo on October 20, with the message, “RIDEORDIE.”
Later, he updated fans with another photo, writing “End of the shoot.”
2NE1’s Minzy tweeted a photo on October 20, writing “A girl who knows to loosen up her clothes in the fall^^.”
Being a sneaky boy that he is, Kim Woo Bin held Park Shin Hye’s hand in a recent filming of SBS’ The Heirs.
The Heirs recently released photos of a scene that will air on October 24’s episode 6. The photo showed Kim Woo Bin tripping Park Shin Hye, but catching her before she falls to the ground. In the midst of all the action, he takes her hand into his to help her up.
The scene was filmed on October 5 at a high school located in Dong Tan. Having gotten close over the filming of the drama, Kim Woo Bin and Park Shin Hye were all smiles and jokes. They however became sincere when rehearsals began and looked over every careful detail.
Actor Kim Su Ro praised fellow actor Jung Woo, who is currently appearing in cable channel tvN drama “Reply 1994.”
Via his Twitter page on October 26, Kim Su Ro began by commenting on the drama, “Will Go Ara’s husband be Garbage (Jung Woo)? Will it be the baseball player? Or will it be a third person? I’m really curious.”
Kim Su Ro followed with praise for Jung Woo and “Reply 1994” by saying, “I’m really proud that Jung Woo is my hoobae. I wanted to ask who the groom would be when I was talking to him on the phone earlier. But I resisted. Thousands of times better than makjang dramas, ‘Reply1994!’ Many memories~ I thought I’d have forgotten as time passed~ I hope this drama receives a lot of love~”
Still cuts of the “Cream Kiss” scene between Lee Kwang Soo and Goo Eun Ae are drawing buzz online.
Lee Kwang Soo and Goo Eun Ae are making special appearances in the tvN drama “Dating Agency: Cyrano” as Choi Dal In and Dokko Mi Jin, respectively. Choi Dal In is a shy cook and Dokkin Mi Jin is the top chef at the restaurant Choi Dal In works in. She has the opposite personality as Choi Dal In, but he is in love with her and asks Cyrano to help him win her over. In the stills released, Lee Kwang Soo has cream on his lips amd Goo Eun Ae kisses him, making what seems to be a very “sweet” kiss.
The child actor who played Lee Min Ho’s younger version for “The Heirs” also played his younger version for “Boys Over Flowers” four years ago!
On October 30, SBS aired the seventh episode of “The Heirs” where a scene took the viewers back to Kim Tan (played by Lee Min Ho) and Choi Young Do’s (played by Kim Woo Bin) younger days to shed some light as to why their relationship went sour.
Basketball EPISODE 5 RECAP By Dramabeans
Everyone’s in shock after Shin-young and Chi-ho’s wedding announcement, but no one more than San, who decides to go against his arrogant coach’s wishes and play the game with all he’s got.
Daddy Choi leaves feeling quite proud of himself, confident that the first score won in the game was won by Chi-ho. It’s Secretary Kim who breaks the news that it was someone from their team, causing Daddy Choi to start making his way back toward the court out of curiosity. Who could be giving the great Min Chi-ho a run for his money?
Kdrama “Basketball” Episode 6 Recap by DramaBeans
After Chi-ho confesses his feelings to Shin-young right in front of San, San attempts to guard his territory by telling Chi-ho that he’ll pretend he never heard anything. Chi-ho: “It wasn’t said for you to hear.” Meooow.
San holds his and Shin-young’s interlocked hands up for Chi-ho to see. “This woman is in a relationship with me,” he all but growls. Chi-ho knows this well, but replies that San isn’t a suitable man for Shin-young, and San’s downcast eyes shows that he knows this well.
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Another week, another episode, another roller coaster ride of emotions because these two boys cause so much angst and heart flutters.
Check out what our top 10 picks for episode 10 of The Heirs were this week!
Park Hee Nam: (signing) You don’t look so good.
Han Gi Ae: I don’t look so good?
A heartwarming moment between the two mothers.
Korea seems to have caught the “Re-4 disease” as cable channel tvN’s Friday-Saturday drama “Reply 1994” recorded its highest rating of 7.3% since it started airing four weeks ago.
The seventh episode, “That Summer,” was aired on November 7 and was warmly received, earning itself a 6.2% rating. The peak viewership reached 7.3% and was number one in cable, satellite and IPTV viewership during the same period.
The show seems to be bent on breaking its own records, with the sixth episode garnering an average rating of 5.8% (peak 6.9%). It is predicted that “Reply 1994” will break its predecessor “Reply 1997”’s record average viewership of 7.6% and peak viewership of 9.5%. Viewership is evenly spread amongst all genders and age groups, ranging from 10s-50s. Combined with its number one ranking in its time slot, it just might qualify as the next “national drama.” Females in their 30s recorded the highest rating spike of 8.8%. (Episode 8 attained an average rating of 7.1% and peak viewership of 8.6%.)
Kdrama “Answer Me 1994″ Episode 7 Recap by DramaBeans
It’s a sweltering summer in 1994, and Na-jung has a new part-time job working the counter at a chicken and burger joint near campus. She’s surprisingly sharp and good with numbers, as she tells her customer the exact price difference between ordering his burgers and colas separately instead of as sets.
Someone pages her, and it turns out to be Chilbongie calling from baseball practice. He comes up with the adorably lame excuse that he felt like eating burgers, and wants to know if her store delivers.