Actress Lee Tae Ran looks like a gorgeous goddess in her lovely wedding dress for her marriage ceremony to businessman Shin Seung Hwan. The actress’ beautiful wedding took place on March 1 at Villa de Bailey in Seoul. Congratulations on your marriage Lee Tae Ran!
The actress had her debut in 1997 and is known for her role in the popular 2005 drama “My Rosy Life.” She recently appeared in the 2013 award winning drama “Wang’s Family.”
Lee Tae Ran looks elegant with a glittering tiara and ear rings.
The actress looks graceful as she thinks about her new chapter in life.
The two stand side by side as they exchange their wedding vows.
A view from the top of the lovely wedding ceremony
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
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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 was for me,” Da-jung answers. The idea of becoming the children’s stepmother had scared her despite her feelings for Yul, and felt it appropriate to step aside now that their mother had reappeared
Actress Nam Sang Mi recently celebrated her 11th anniversary since debut with fans.
Photos from the special “Thank You” party the actress held for her fans at a local cafe were posted online on January 17. Fans who had shared tears and laughter with Nam Sang Mi across her eleven years worth of movies and dramas were all gathered at the event to celebrate the momentous occasion. The actress starred in films such as “Kangryeok 3Ban,” “Possessed” and dramas, “Sweet Spy,” “Life Is Beautiful,” “Lights and Shadows” and “Goddess of Marriage.”
The actress blew out all the candles on the cake that the fans had prepared for her and answered questions from fans. The actress was also moved to tears from the video montage fans had dedicated to commemorate her acting career of over a decade
American writer Kate DiCamillo’s “The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane” recently sold over 30,000 copies.
The book was first published in 2009, and was quickly forgotten without receiving much interest. However, it’s as if the book has sprouted wings; it’s selling like crazy. This is because of its appearance in the currently very hot SBS drama, “Man From the Stars.”
In the drama, which is about the fateful love story of 400-year-old alien Do Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun) and top star Chun Song Yi (Jun Ji Hyun), Do Min Joon is often seen reading books, and they have become more than just simple props.
The lines from the book fantastically fall in line with the innocent heart of Do Min Joon, and give his story another level of wholeness, as well as an additional element of foreshadowing in the drama
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.
Lee Jong-seok plays the “legendary Casanova” who takes after his smooth-talking father (Kwon Hae-hyo, Goddess of Marriage) and can get any girl he wants, as we see at the start of the trailer. Park Bo-young is the loyal gangster who rules the school and gets greeted with bows at the waist like she’s a little mob boss in the making
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.
Standing up for your friend in the best way ever – Good girl Chun Song Yi.
Yoo Joon Sang: You even made your computer background a celebrity picture!
Lee Hwi Kyung: That’s actually my girlfriend.
Yoo Joon Sang: Be quiet! If Chun Song Yi is your girlfriend, then my wife is Kim Nam Joo!
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.”
We all need someone to just be there, especially when we needed it most. Gong Shil did not leave Joong Won’s side as he contemplates and think about his own hurt, RE: Hee Joo
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…”
The drama comes from the writer of Can We Get Married and the PD of Five Fingers, and is about the two extended families that hang in the balance when a married man and woman start a dangerous love affair
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.
Another good thing that came to an end was Joo Won’s last appearance on KBS’ 1 Night, 2 Days. As the youngest, Joo Won has brought a lot of laughter in the past year and eight months.
The actor shed tears as he said good bye to the beloved show, which he left due to his busy acting schedules.
Super Junior′s Kyuhyun also left his MC position behind on KBS′ Mamma Mia as the program′s new broadcast schedule conflicted with another one of his programs
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.
On that day of filming, the actress shot a scene where she is picking up her daughter from school. This is Lee Ji Ah’s first role as a mother since her debut, and despite it being her first time, she pulls it off well, with a naturally tender gaze and cheerful expression
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.
The fierce training in the navy brought the series to the top of the variety show ranking with 18.1 percent on Sunday night.
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.
Meanwhile, MBC’s Give Love Away and Quiz to Change the World were cancelled due to the Korea vs Brasil Game.
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.
The older brother later stated that his little sister is his even when she gets married. He even quit his job to help her with wedding plans and has already decided to crash their honeymoon and their new home once the wedding takes place.
The very patient boyfriend of ten years also revealed that he had to sign a contract with the brother before dating the woman
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.
“It was such luck that a program like this came into existence. Not only am I thankful, but all the dancers are thankful for those who loved Dancing 9, our parents, the staff who created this program, the director, everyone,” said Ha Hui Dong in between overflowing tears
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.
Meanwhile, MBC’s Real Man and Dad! Where Are We Going continues to top the charts.
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.
On the flipside, Yoon Han and Lee So Yeon had hearts fluttering with both looking to get married in real life soon. Just as the We Got Married PD hoped for during the press conference for the show, there could be a good chance that a couple could start dating in real life judging by the interaction between this couple in the first episode
Name: 이지아 / Lee Ji Ah (Yi Jee Ah) Profession: Actress Birthdate: 1981-Feb-02 Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea (grew up in California, United States) Height: 168cm Weight: 48kg 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
Me Too, Flower! (MBC, 2011) Athena: Goddess of War (SBS, 2010) Telecinema – The Fool That I Love (SBS, 2009) Style (SBS, 2009) Beethoven Virus (MBC, 2008) The Legend (MBC, 2007)
2008 44th Baeksang Arts Awards: Best New Actress Award (The Legend) 2007 MBC Drama Awards: Best New Actress Award (The Legend) 2007 MBC Drama Awards: Best Couple Award with Bae Yong Joon (The Legend) 2007 MBC Drama Awards: Popularity Award (The Legend)
On April 21, 2011 it was discovered that she had been secretlymarried to singer Seo Taiji for 9 years