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Despite Yul coming to collect her, Da-jung declares that she won’t be going back home with him, and adds for good measure: “Let’s break up.” But Yul refuses to hear it and takes her suitcase before ushering Da-jung into the car by the hand.
It’s a mostly silent ride until Yul pulls over to the side of the road and gets out to finally get some air. When Da-jung follows him, he demands to know her train of thought by having him meet his not-so-dead first wife and leaving them—was it for his sake? Or the children?
It’s a grand entrance for a gorgeous woman, whom we’ll come to know as SA-RA (Han Ye-seul), who walks down a street and turns heads left and right with her stunning appearance. Everywhere she goes she attracts admiring glances and drops jaws; she explains that she’s an actress who’s just come back to Korea after working in the U.S. This makes sense to everyone who sees her, and she gets the royal treatment.
She gets her fortune told by a face reader, who is awed by the interesting combination of fates she holds in her hands (er, face): Not only is she an uncommon beauty, she also has the fortune of a military general and might even save the nation. That is, if she steers clear of her two pitfalls: the need to get involved in matters, and bad guys.
Name: 이지아 / Lee Ji Ah (Yi Jee Ah)
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea (grew up in California, United States)
Star sign: Aquarius
Blood type: A
Marital Status: Divorced
Talent agency: KEYEAST
Education: Pasadena Art Center College of Design (Pasadena, California, United Sates)
Languages: Korean, English and Japanese
With the beginning of season for MBC’s We Got Married finally escaped the dread five percent, where the show has been stuck in for too many episodes.
The change in numbers came with the two new couples of Jung Joon Young and Jeong Yumi, and Yoon Han and Lee So Yeon. The couples proved to be quite different as Jung Joon Young and Jeong Yumi turned out to be quite hilarious together as Jung Joon Young would throw 4D comments while Jeong Yumi vowed to capture this man and set him straight.
The Chuseok holidays are over. Our stomachs and hearts are full, and we’re back to give you the ratings of this past weekend.
SBS’ Running Man, which has been suffering with low ratings recently, finally saw a perk with guests Yoo Ah In and Kim Hye Sook. With both actors hard to see on variety, viewers tuned in, giving Running Man a rating of 14.1 percent, something the show hasn’t broken in a long time.
They quickly adjusted to the ways of Running Man, even the backstabbing and cheating, creating extra laughter from the viewers.
The popular dancing competition program, Mnet’s Dancing 9 completed its run for the first season with the Red Wings taking the first victory ever. While both the Red Wings and Blue Eyes put on spectacular performances, the total points eventually led Red Wings as the winner, but only by a slight margin of 0.6 points.
The Red Wings members then went onto compete against each other to claim the title of MVP. While each dancer went above and beyond, after taking the judges scores and the viewer votes, Ha Hui Dong, the show’s oldest contestant was named the victor with a total of 993.7 points.
With Secret’s Han Sunhwa, Song Jieun, Teen Top’s Chunji, and Niel as the guests, KBS’ Hello surpassed the 10 percent mark on Monday night.
While the celebrity guests attracted viewers as well, the main star was a 31 year old woman who came out to say that her older brother was too overprotective of her. She shared that he’s been showering her with kisses on the cheek since she was a little baby until now, and that whenever she and her boyfriend of ten years go on trips, the brother also tags along.
In charge of the fashion in the team, Jung Hyung Don introduced Big Bang’s G-Dragon into the Dongmyo marketplace, where clothes are great and the price is cheap in the latest episode of MBC’s Infinity Challenge.
Picking through random piles of clothes, Jung Hyung Don picked out outfits, startling G-Dragon at first, but soon he followed suit and choice an outfit as well. The two bought many outfits for a total of 25,000 won.
With their new outfits, they decided to parody G-Dragon’s music video for Crooked, bringing laughter and ratings up.
After spending much time on land, the men of MBC’s Real Man headed off to sea, only to meet perhaps the harshest trainer from hell yet.
On Sunday night, the celebrity soldiers were visited by 2EYES, Park Eun Ji, and Jung Joo Yeon with picnic lunches. However, the members were dropped from cloud 9 as soon as they hit the naval base, where their trainer, perhaps the scariest they’ve ever encountered, was waiting for them.
The members were constantly yelled at by the trainer, even for the tiniest movement. And even during snack time, the trainer had all the soldiers wrapped around his pinky as he ordered them to eat their snacks in the most delicious manner.
Actress Lee Ji Ah was recently revealed to be on the set of the upcoming drama “Thrice Married Woman.” This will be her first drama in 2 years since her last appearance in “Me Too, Flower!” in 2011.
On October 25, pictures were released of Lee Ji Ah on the on the drama set at an elementary school at Ilsan, Gyeonggi Province.
In the new drama, Lee Ji Ah will play Oh Eun Soo, a shopping host whose first marriage failed and who is in the middle of her second marriage. While lovable and cute, she plays a character that is very firm and confident in her decisions.
Sunday night brought a lot of things to an end with MBC’s Scandal and SBS’ Goddess of Marriage coming to an end at the same time. While both dramas played out well through the course of the broadcasts, Scandal ended up having the last laugh with 14.7 percent in ratings at the final episode.
Scandal also led the way for 10 PM dramas during the weekend with its strong story about revenge.
Here’s a peek at SBS’s upcoming Monday-Tuesday drama Warm Words, set to take over Suspicious Housekeeper’s timeslot in just a few weeks. The 20-episode melodrama is about two married couples and one affair that threatens to unravel both households. It’s purported to be Desperate Housewives-y, but the teaser seems just straight melo to me, not that the thirty-second teaser reveals much about the show other than the affair that will wring tears. It does start with an intriguing line: “I meet my husband’s lover every day…”
Kdrama Answer Me 1994 Episode 10 Recap by DramaBeans “It might be the last”
It’s 2013, and we’re still watching the neverending wedding video. This time we get as far as the daddy-daughter walk down the aisle, at the end of which Dad has this hilarious kneejerk moment, refusing to hand Na-jung over to the bridegroom(’s stand-in). That’s cute.
Thirty-nine-year-old Na-jung sends her hubby a sly wink across the room, and of course each of our bachelor candidates reacts to it. Is anybody else tired of this one-trick pony joke?
Kdrama Basketball: Episode 10 Recap by Dramabeans
As the mine shaft collapses around San and Byeo-ri’s Dad, Chi-ho is left completely blindsided by Shin-young’s sudden marriage request. She’s at least truthful when she tells him why she’s asking, in that she’s doing it to protect San. Points for honesty?
San regains consciousness amidst the rubble and helps free Byeo-ri’s Dad’s leg from fallen rocks. The leg is badly crushed and bleeding, so the elder tells San to find a way out without him. San refuses—they’ll escape together.
Prime Minister and I – Episode 1 Recap by Dramabeans:
Next in the KBS rom-com lineup is Prime Minister and I, whose light and breezy tone took me by surprise. I knew to prepare myself for the cute, but I didn’t expect it to also stir the heartstrings in the first hour. There’s promise and potential in a story that moves fairly quickly that contains both heartwarming and funny notes. And damn, a prime minister has never looked this good.
Prime Minister and I Episode 2 Recap by Dramabeans:
The ruse begins, and Episode 2 gives us a chance to enjoy the inherent awkwardness in the Odd Couple match-up of two people who just don’t see each other in That Way. At least, not yet, and I’m content to let that play out over time—these two have enough likable charm that I feel pretty confident that I’ll buy the romance once it swings around, but don’t need it to come blazing out of the gates. Not while we have comedy to mine, and there’s certainly plenty of opportunity for that in this setup. I’m particularly fond of the forced smiles Lee Beom-soo has to slap on his face, which are hilariously stilted, and wouldn’t want to trade those for anything.
Master’s Sun Week Five (Episode 9-10) by Couch-Kimchi:
Week Five is amazingly awesome! Yup, too much sweetness and heart combined. I’m not gagging nor complaining. We have progressed into something beautiful. Joong Won had me smiling all throughout and I can’t contain myself. He has transformed into a selfless man, so understanding and open. Even with a fiancee scare, love just find its way somehow.
When love is found, you won’t be able to let it go. Let’s all reminisce about the week and let love just scream, “Yes it’s you.”
EPISODE 5 RECAP by Dramabeans
Yul is taken aback by the surprise kiss (but… kisses!), but even more alarmed to learn that there’s a spy within the estate. He gets defensive about said kiss later, blustering that their lip smacking was more like a car crash, and warns her against assaulting his lips again. Pfft, the man doth protest too much, methinks.
Anyhow, he instructs her to throw out her copy of their contract while he’ll do the same, but Da-jung isn’t about to get rid of her insurance that easily—what’ll they do if he eats and run on their agreement? As in he’ll get what he wants and runs?
We can’t get enough of Chun Song Yi’s awesomeness in SBS’ You Who Came From the Stars that it was hard to stay within just 10 moments, but we somehow did it.
You can be awesome too by checking it out!
Chun Song Yi: I’m going to be watching you two.
The next time I see you ignoring Yoo Semi, I’m really not going to let it go.
You heard the rumor that I have a nasty temper, right?
That’s not a rumor – it’s the truth.
This turned out to be more of a comedy than I expected, not that I’m complaining of course. The trailer for Park Bo-young and Lee Jong-seok’s ’80s youth movie Hot Blooded Youth shows a light, quirky bent to the story of a gangster girl who laments that the ladies’ man on campus doesn’t see her as a woman, while he in turn runs from her, constantly terrified that she’ll beat him up because he doesn’t like her. Cute.