heirs episode recap
Jae Suk prepares to crush Woo Hyun with his motorbike
Seeing her sunbae, Seul Bi takes off and Woo Hyun calls after her. Sunbae vanishes and Seul Bi gets frantic looking for him, then promptly collapses. When she recovers, Woo Hyun gives the angel her first cellphone. In the school cafeteria, both Woo Hyun and Ji Hye eat soup with crab meat in it and end up in the hospital following allergic reactions. Ji Hye continues to steal glances at Woo Hyun whenever she can, paralyzed by the fact that this might be her Woo Hyun. The next day, Seul Bi provokes one of the bullies, Woo Hyun sends her out, and Sung Yeol teases the leader, Jae Suk, on his way out the door
Both Young Dal and Yang Ha receive news (separately) that Elder Chang Mook is in the hospital. Boss Min is told by Young Dal"s friends and is concerned for our young hero. Yang Ha threatens to fire Young Dal at a shareholder meeting, blood be damned. He also attempts to stop the talks between Min Soo and Young Dal, but to no avail. Jung Hee shows Young Dal a picture of her and him together as children; they were each others" first loves. As his client"s fate hangs in the balance, Elder Chang Mook"s attorney reveals that the elder"s stock in Daejung will go to Young Dal, giving him enough shares so that he can"t be fired. Chairman Go engineers having everyone close to Young Dal investigated, their papers confiscated
Young Dal continues his hypnosis session, which reveals more of his past. Dong Soo considers how similar it sounds to what he remembers. Young Dal reveals his plan to take over Daejung Casino to Dong Soo: the elderly invester Young Dal met in prison, Chang Mook, will hire Dong Soo at the casino. Soo Chang, Chairman Go"s lackey, tails them, but learns nothing. Jung Hee, after winning in a competition, is being sent to Las Vegas with Yang Ha, who tells her he will win her heart at all costs. Man Bong is out of prison and looking for Young Dal, but Boss Min intervenes and gets Man Bong to leave Young Dal alone. Our young thug meets with Shin Hye and, at her prompting, remembers his name as well as Yang Ha"s original name
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On the March 24th broadcast of "Shindong"s Shimshimtapa", Hyungsik commented on being compared to fellow idol-turned-actor member Siwan, "It doesn"t make sense that people are even comparing me with Siwan hyung. Siwan hyung acts way better than I do."
He also revealed Lee Min Ho and Kim Woo Bin as the most fun to be around on set, "The actors are all the same age, so the atmosphere was always bright and good. The mood makers were Lee Min Ho and Kim Woo Bin
Actress Park Shin Hye will is the next “morning angel” for “1 Night 2 Days!”
On February 28, Park Shin Hye’s agency S.A.L.T. Entertainment announced, “Park Shin Hye just finished filming a fun episode of KBS 2TV’s ‘1 Night, 2 Days’ in Jangheung, Jeollanam-do.”
The morning after the cast had spent the night, Park Shin Hye utilized a unique wake-up strategy and then spent the rest of the day participating in fun activities with the cast members. It has been reported that the members enthusiastically cheered when they discovered that their morning angel was none other than sweet and lovable actress, Park Shin Hye.
The episode featuring Park Shin Hye on ‘1 Night, 2 Days’ will air on March 2.
Actress Park Shin Hye has garnered love from the public for her roles in various dramas and movies such as “The Heirs,” “Flower Boys Next Door,” “You’ve Fallen for Me,” and “Miracle in Cell No
On the February 13 episode of MBC Everyone‘s “EXO’s Showtime,” Luhan and Tao reenacted a scene from the SBS drama, “The Heirs.”
Luhan played Kim Tan while Suho played the part of Cha Eun Sang. However, glancing at Suho, Luhan said, “The female actress is too ugly. I can’t do this.” The other members of EXO switched Suho with Tao.
Tao stepped up to the front saying, “I’ll play Choi Young Do. But Luhan hugged him saying the infamous line from the drama, “Do I like you?”
The members of EXO cheered and laughed in excitement. Tao gave a dumbfounded expression from the shock of Luhan’s hug
EXO’s Lu Han and Tao will be transforming into The Heirs’ Kim Tan and Cha Eun Sang, respectively.
February 13’s episode of MBC Every1’s EXO’s Showtime will show the EXO members looking back at the regrettable moments of the show in the past three months.
Lu Han said, “I regret that I haven’t been able to show my manly side on EXO’s Showtime,” determined to show his ‘tough’ side through the parody of The Heirs.
Having revealed himself a hardcore fan of The Heirs in a previous interview, Lu Han volunteered himself to take the role of Kim Tan, while Tao was chosen to parody Cha Eun Sang, to receive a sweet confession from ‘Kim Tan’ Lu Han.
It has been reported that ‘Lu Tan’ and ‘Ta Eun Sang’ faced each in the parody, with Lu Han parodying Kim Tan’s famous line, ‘Do I like you?’ along with a charismatic hug
Perhaps it is, because episode five of SBS’ You Who Came From the Stars left our hearts beating for Do Min Jun and Chun Song Yi.
Here are our top 10 moments for episode 5!
Chun Song Yi: You must be crazy.
Do Min Joon: Chun Song Yi -
Chun Song Yi: Shhhh. You shouldn’t talk when in other people’s dreams.
Yeah… I was way too lonely, so my body was having a rough time too,
which is why I’m dreaming sexy dreams.
It must be time for me to get married. The body is honest.
Punk. Come more often and give me your arm pillow from time to time.
Do Min Joon, the doors to our dreams are wide open too
Lee Min Ho talked about acting alongside Kim Woo Bin in The Heirs.
After starring as an 18-year-old high schooler who throws out everything for love, Lee Min Ho talked about Kim Woo Bin, who acted as his rival and a friend throughout the drama.
In a recent interview with Newsen, Lee Min Ho said “I was in America to film the first four episodes and came back to Korea to film the fifth episode, and that’s when I met Kim Woo Bin for the first time.”
“The first time I acted with Kim Woo Bin, I could feel the energy out of him,” continued the actor. “I felt sure that the drama would involve an intense love triangle, if it was going to involve an actor like him. And I guessed right.”
As the popularity of the drama increased, many fans started dividing into fans of Lee Min Ho versus fans of Kim Woo Bin, with the press also focusing its attention on the two male actors in the drama
Kim Ji Won took on the spoiled rich girl role as Rachel Yoo in “The Heirs,” a departure from previous roles playing good girls. In an interview with My Daily, she talked about her role in the drama, as well as shared her thoughts on the drama pairings.
Kim Ji Won watched writer Kim Eun Sook’s previous works to prepare for her character, and thought that Park Min Sook (Kim Jung Nan) from “A Gentleman’s Dignity” would be what Rachel would be like when she grew up.
In person, Kim Ji Won is the exact opposite of Rachel Yoo. While Rachel Yoo comes straight to the point, and always says what she wants to say, Kim Ji Won comes across as being surprisingly shy. She doesn’t get angry easily, and she thinks about saying something for a while before she says it, so she says she’s missed the opportunity to speak up many times
On December 26, several Chinese publications reported that a movie/television production company in China has already bought publication rights to “The Heirs” and will soon start filming. The drama is set to begin filming in January, and will be a collaboration between Chinese producer Li Shao Hong and Korean director Oh Sang Won. The actors who will follow-up Lee Min Ho, Park Shin Hye, and Kim Woo Bin have not yet been determined.
SBS’s “The Heirs” recently aired its final episode on December 20, after a hugely successful run for the drama as well as its main actors.
This past November, “The Heirs” production company Hwa & Dam Pictures revealed that they signed a foreign production contract for the highest price in Korean drama history, and that the interest for “The Heirs” is crazy in not only Korea, but abroad, as well
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After dragging Song-yi out of her beauty salon confrontation with jealous rival Yura, Min-joon demands to know who the girl in Song-yi’s photo is. He’s already guessed the connection but needs the confirmation: “Who are you?”
A flashback to Joseon takes us to the aftermath of doppelganger Yi-hwa’s kidnapping. She asks him a string of questions about his identity, offering that she believes in other life forms (whether grim reapers or folk-tale creatures), and therefore he can be honest about his origins. Through it all, Min-joon just looks at her with an enigmatic smile.
Song-yi invites Min-joon home with her, wanting to take care of him in exchange for him saving her life, and leads the way
You Who Came From the Stars parodied The Heirs in its most recent episode, surprising many viewers.
In the third episode of SBS’s You Who Came From the Stars, top star Chun Song Yi, played by Jun Ji Hyun, was visited by her camera-loving mother at the hospital.
After being kicked out of the room by her daughter for faking her tears in front of the reporters, Yang Mi Yeon talks to Cheon Song Yi’s manager about re-signing a contract with the agency in place of her daughter.
“Well I don’t know if I should sign with you guys since Jeguk Entertainment has been calling me to scout her. And you know I like new things,” says Cheon Song Yi’s mother.
Jeguk Entertainment was one of the businesses that Lee Min Ho’s father owned in The Heirs
This is great news for all experiencing “The Heirs” withdrawal this past week as SBS will air a special on Christmas titled “The Heirs Christmas Edition – Withstand the Weight of Love.”
The Christmas special will last for two hours, and the episode title hints at all the romance in store. Can you imagine a whole two hours of romance like the photo below?
The SBS drama is a romantic comedy that has a star-studded cast featuring Lee Min Ho, Park Shin Hye, Kim Woo Bin, f(x)’s Krystal, CNBlue’s Kang Min Hyuk, Kim Ji Won, Kang Ha Neul, ZE:A’s Park Hyung Shik, Choi Jin Hyuk
The Heirs will be presenting fans with a Christmas present by airing a special episode on December 25.
The SBS hit drama The Heirs which aired its final episode on December 12, is still being remembered and missed by numerous fans.
In order to return the love of the fans, SBS decided to include a special edition of the drama under the title The Heirs Christmas Edition with the subtitle ‘Withstand the weight of love,’ instead of the original ‘Withstand the weight of the crown.’
It has been reported that the special episode will mostly feature the romance between the characters.
Photo credit: SBS
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
A new battle for ratings has started with two new drama premieres from SBS and MBC, “Man from the Stars” and “Miss Korea,” respectively. They go against incumbent, KBS’s “Beautiful Man.”
SBS’s new Wed-Thurs drama “Man from the Stars” has a strong debut getting 15.6% of the viewership according to the Nielson Korean Ratings. This is 4% increase in ratings from the debut of the previous SBS drama “The Heirs” which occupied the same time slot.
MBC’s new drama “Miss Korea” debuted with 7% of viewership, up 1.7% from the final episode of “Medical Top Team” ratings last Thursday.
KBS2′s “Beautiful Man” is still struggling with 3