Explanation To Korean Drama Big Ending
Kdrama The Heirs (Inheritors) Episode 10 Live Recap
Outside, Tan and YD talk. Tan: “I’m sorry I thought of you lightly. I didn’t know you’d be this much of a bastard. ” YD: “Now that you know, is all that is left you kneeling in front of me?” Tan: “Is that what you wanted? Then this not a good plan.” Uh Oh, YD sees ES walking up. YD: “I think I set a good plan.” ES also now sees YD and Tan. YD: “ES even comes to your house? I didn’t come for this, but…Jackpot.”
Plus Nine Boys, Episodes 1-10: The Calm Before the Storm Written by Joyce On October 1, 2014
Plus Nine Boys is a little drama that slowly wormed its way into my heart with its quirky premise and its cast of realistic and grounded characters. When its teaser was first released, it already caught my eye for its portrayal of romance over a spectrum of ages and personalities; it’s practically like watching four mini-dramas unfold.
In the Korean culture, there’s a belief that the number 9 is cursed. In this case, the four male leads are essentially doomed, especially in terms of their love life. The four charming leads are 9-year old Dong-gu (Choi Ro-woon), 19-year old Min-gu (BTOB’s Sung-jae), 29-year old Jin-gu (Kim Young-kwang), 39- year old Kwang-soo (Oh Jung-se). Beyond that, the drama seems to be playing the game “How many ways to subtly insert the number “, from the character names down to the elevator floor, the ominous 9 constantly makes it appearance.
Almost at the end! *Sniff* Finale week is upon us, and it definitely starts to feel like we’re heading into the final stretch as we prepare to say goodbye to these characters and take a look back at how far they’ve come.
The downside is that the feeling is a bit bittersweet, and I’ve come to love everyone so much that I’ll be sad to not have any more of them to watch. The happier flipside to that, though, is that we gear up for some major payoffs as the big threads come together, ready for their happy finale.
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student Who Walks the Night: Trope Bandwagon Written by way of Madi On September 27, 2015
When it comes to any medium that calls for an author, tropes are generally appropriate and there’s more available in the market than you think. Tropes, in short, as TV Tropes defines it’s miles
…devices and conventions that a author can rather depend on as being found in the target audience members’ minds and expectations. […]Tropes go beyond television. They reflect life. Since numerous art, especially the preferred arts, does its easiest to mirror life, tropes are maximum doubtless to turn up everywhere.
Sassy, Cross Go, Episodes 1-4: What’s In A Grade? Written by way of Lo On October 24, 2015
My hopes for Sassy, Cross Go, the provide Monday-Tuesday drama on KBS, were now no longer high. It’s about a boulevard dance club and instructional club joining forces to win a cheerleading competition; anything candy yet brainless. Right? Wrong. So very wrong.
Sassy, Cross Go is a formidable drama, person who examines and dissects the insane drive Korean society puts on scholars to succeed, and how that drive affects them. The primary war between the genuine King dance club and White Tiger cheer club isn’t that Real King are at the ground of the magnificence and White Tiger are the head 5%. It’s that the genuine King members, led by way of Yeon-doo (Jung Eun-ji), don’t care. They do extraordinarily in the faculty scores — Yeon-doo taking 196th — yet that’s now no longer actually a fear for her. They all are living their lives outdoor the traditional priorities, opting for amusing and friendship over grades. As such, they are stressed by way of the management and close down; punished for their deviation.
Name: 최민수 / Choi Min Soo
Also known as: Choe Min Su
Star sign: Aries
Blood type: A
Family: wife Kang Joo Eun
Education: Seoul Institute of the Arts
Happy Ending (jTBC, 2012)
Warrior Baek Dong Soo (SBS, 2011)
Road Number One (MBC, 2010)
Father’s House (SBS, 2009)
The Legend (MBC, 2007)
One Percent of Anything (MBC, 2003)
Han River Ballad (MBC, 2004)
South to the Sun (SBS, 2003)
Legends of Love (SBS, 2000)
White Nights 3.98 (SBS, 1998)
Sandglass (SBS, 1995)
My Mother’s Sea (MBC, 1993)
What’s Love (MBC, 1992)
It has been reported that actors Kim Nam Gil and Son Ye Jin have been dating for four months now.
According to SBS Entertainment Sports, the two went from acquaintances to lovers in July while they were filming the KBS drama “Shark” together. Although the drama had a sad ending, it looks like there was much happier ending for the two costars. The romance between the two actors was already known by the staff members of their drama and movie. A close acquaintance of both revealed, “They quickly became close during the drama filming. It seems that they developed deep feelings for each other as they played tragic lovers.”
The Heirs (Inheritors) Episode 8 Live Recap
We are back infront of ES’ cafe, with KT irritated and angry at ES for doing YD’s bidding.
KT: Start liking me now. Just as I like you.
KT and ES give each other a long stare.
KT: SO from this point onward, don’t act like you can be easily victimized.
ES: I’m going pretend I didn’t hear that. See you.
KT: Answer me and then go.
phone suddenly rings from KT’s mother.
KT takes the phone away
KT: I’m having important conversation with her, i’ll call back later.
ES: Return my phone! I need to pick up that phone, my life is complicated as it is, why are you complicating this?!
KT suddenly hugs ES.
MH thinks back on when YJ tried to explain that the car had only hit that barrel and that she had cleaned that barrel up herself, wanting to move it off the road. MH remembers that and orders GS to find the truck driver and figure out what it was that happened the day. MH looks at JH’s picture and then YJ’s and sheds a few tears AND THENNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNNN
WE GO BACK TO THE KISS
He kisses her once as YJ sheds a few tears. A momentary silence ensues before MH stands up and tries to explain himself, but YJ is adamant and says: “It’s okay. Mistakes happen.”
YJ is furious- how dare she says San’s name? YJ begins to cry.
DH’s mother brings out the pictures of San, alive, healthy, and well. YJ’s hands shake as she looks as the pictures, and even DH can’t shake that expression off his face.
“There’s no way I wouldn’t know that San was living,” YJ cries, still half in denial. DH’s mom says that it was all for YJ and DH, that it would’ve been impossible for YJ to raise San, that it would’ve been impossible to do anything for San with that red string (indicating YJ’s criminal record) around her ankle. She says San is growing well, but YJ doesn’t want to hear her excuses.
JYP Entertainment has published the results of their Extraordinary General Meeting regarding the merger between the publicly listed JYP Entertainment and the non listed JYP on the Korean Financial Supervisory Service’s DART Electronic Reporting System. The report states that the merger has been approved with the merger effective starting from October 17.
There were a lot of big words in that first paragraph so lets break it down a bit because this report has some juicy information, including how much each of their artists make for the company.
If you’re here, I’m going to assume you’ve seen the show, so let’s dive right in.
A major theme of the drama is the role of god/time/fate, whatever that force is that refuses to let Sun-woo change things to his will, even if presumably that very god/time/fate has permitted a world wherein time-traveling incense sticks exist in the first place. Quibbles. (But honestly, talk about entrapment.)
This force is not treated as a religious or paranormal power, and in fact it’s not an overt character in the drama. The characters speak of a god, but the drama doesn’t explicitly show some external force acting upon the world; it’s more of an interpretation than a hard-and-fast explanation. So while we (and the characters) infer that some generic higher power is displeased at the disruption, the issue is more about retaining a cosmic balance rather than a direct punishment-reward dichotomy.
It’s finally the end for KBS’ Marry Him If You Dare and people are just plain speechless. Maybe even a little angry, which explains the lowest rating the drama has received during its run.
The final episode of Marry Him If You Dare, or Future Choice/Mirae’s Choice if going by the Korean title, left an open-ended conclusion with Mirae (Yun Eun Hye) not making a choice on who she loves.
With the whole point of the drama revolving around who Mirae will marry, the ending proved to be quite disappointing as both candidates (Lee Dong Gun and Jung Yong Hwa) still had a possibility of being the future husband of Mirae at the of the series.
Basketball: Episode 15 RECAP by Drama Beans
After San scores Korea’s first one-handed basket, Chi-ho congratulates him. San replies that it wouldn’t have been possible without his help, to which Chi-ho smiles and says, “Thanks to you, I was reminded why I play basketball. My calling as a basketball player… I’ll never forget it again.”
They decide to work together as a team, and we only hear of their win when Daddy Choi does, through the radio. This news, like all other news ever, makes him angry.
“The Heirs” Recap has been written by Soompi Forum moderator laquetahodge for us on a weekly basis. She has her own blog called K-Drama Central with a lot of useful information and advice on what to watch, in case your drama plate isn’t full enough! -soomp
Well the time has come, “The Heirs” has finished. If you want to cry, we’ll have a moment of silence for those going through early withdrawal symptoms. We didn’t get a terrible ending, not everyone got a happy ending, but it wasn’t too open that left me guessing. I don’t like being left guessing after an ending, it feels so unsatisfying. So what were some major moments and some of my favorite scenes from the final week? Let’s find out.
The new SBS drama “Man from the Stars” kicked off on December 18 taking over the Wednesday/Thursday time slot from Heirs. I will be covering this fantasy rom-com for Soompi on a weekly basis. Please be sure to check in and share your thoughts about this drama!
When Do Min Joon landed on Earth 400 years ago, he didn’t realize how much he would dislike living there. He doesn’t age, making it very hard to build relationships with other people, and his super abilities like extra sensitive hearing and the power to stop time don’t seem to do him much good. It’s understandable that over time Min Joon has developed a very cynical outlook towards human life. How will this viewpoint change as he interacts with the loud and opinionated actress Chun Song Yi? As fate would have it, these two already have a deep connection, a connection which spans over 400 years. Get ready for a romance that is out of this world!
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This week brought two more solid “Man from the Stars” episodes. Do Min Joon’s past connection to Chun Song Yi is slowly being revealed, creating a rich backdrop to complement his present actions. Song Yi remains a strong, yet struggling character as she deals with a variety of issues ranging from sickness to even a murder case. I love how despite Min Joon’s commitment to noninterference, he keeps getting dragged into Song Yi’s complicated life. Not even an alien can resist fate!
This week brought another fabulous pair of “Man from the Stars” episodes. The unique combination of suspense, romance, and comedy continue to make for excellent entertainment. Min Joon’s role as Song Yi’s protector gets put to the test at many points during these two episodes. From falling fish bowls to runaway cars, Min Joon sure has has his work cut out for him. Thankfully, he has some pretty cool superpowers to help him out. The writer does a wonderful job balancing the nail-biting suspense with laugh-out-loud funny interactions. Be prepared for a roller coaster of emotions when you watch this show!
2014 may have begun more than a week ago now, but people are undoubtedly still writing 2013 on applications, papers, and such, aren”t they? The transition is never as easy, plus it is always nice to look back at the past year and sum it up so you can move onto the next with a fully refreshed mindset.
This is why allkpop writers alim17 and jennywill collaborated to put together some of the biggest trends of 2013. Check them out below!
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