How Many Episodes My Love From Another Star
October is wrapping up, but we′ve still got another Star of the Week to name – so keep scrolling to see who′s up for the title, and don′t forget to vote after!
Though CN BLUE′s members are busy with individual projects, they′re still working hard at what launched them to the top – the music.
Not only did the group release a second Japanse album on October 2, there′s also a documentary film slated for release in early 2014.
We’re extremely thankful for the eye candy in SBS’ The Heirs, but it’s true that we rolled our eyes at the lack of action on Wednesday night.
In the previous episode, The Heirs left us on our toes with a sudden movie theater confession by Kim Tan (Lee Min Ho), which ended up being quickly overlooked by Cha Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye). While, it’s probably something that would happen in real life is a complete stranger sudden confesses his love for you, but the disappointment continued with the lack of any major events with Kim Tan’s big brother and bratty fiancée issues – which we already knew from earlier episodes.
On October 18, Big Star Entertainment announced that, “Girl group BBde Girl member Nana was cast as ‘Young Mi’ in ‘Love and War 2‘ and will make her appearance in episode 90, ‘I Love Money More.’”
“I Love Money More” will air this friday and follow the lives of couples that encounter discord after marriage.
It isn’t the first time Nana has made an appearance on KBS 2TV’s “Love and War.” Previously, she also appeared on episodes 84, “Going Crazy Because of Love” and special idol episode 86, “My woman’s man.”
Seems like Girls’ Generation‘s YoonA is literally clinging to Lee Bum Soo right from the beginning.
KBS’s new Monday-Tuesday drama “Prime Minister and I” recently revealed the first stills showing the lead couple caught up in an interesting situation. YoonA has both of her arms tightly around Lee Bum Soo‘s leg while staring at the man with her puppy-dog look. With his piercing eyes, Lee Bum Soo looks at YoonA intensively, making viewers wonder what has happened between the two.
Kdrama “The Heirs” Episode 13 Recap and Screenshot
ES goes outside to throw out garbage. She sees Tan standing in front of the café with a dazed look and tears brimming in his eyes. She looks at him silently, feeling what he feels, as he struggles to breathe with the tears rising in his throat and his chest squeezing in pain. ES starts to cry, and tears fall on both ES and Tan’s cheeks, mirroring each other.
The Heirs episode 13 and 14 left Frau, BBSwooner, The Crazy Ahjumma and I with many feelings that can not be expressed in just a few words. We decided to create this post with all our favourite scenes from the two daebak episodes. We will rant, swoon and die as we discuss each scene and why we love it so much. Come and swoon/rant/die with us!!!!
“The Emotional Hug”
Nine: Series review
To get a fuller intro into the show, you can catch our recaps for Episode 1 and Episode 2, but I’ll give an abbreviated setup anyway:
Our hero is Park Sun-woo (Lee Jin-wook), a successful news anchor who sees every scenario through a no-nonsense, facts-first lens. He has an older brother who’s a wandering lost soul, as weak-willed as Sun-woo is strong; his ailing mother lives in a nursing home with dementia; and his father, a hospital director, was killed twenty years ago in a fire.
Park Shin Hye was faced with the tough question to choose between her “Heirs” co-stars Lee Min Ho and Kim Woo Bin!
On the November 29th broadcast of KBS Radio Cool FM“s “Super Junior”s Kiss the Radio“, F.T. Island“s Hongki and Jonghun got in touch with Park Shin Hye through a phone call.
When Park Shin Hye”s former “You”re Beautiful” co-star and friend Hongki shared, “I am watching “Heirs” very well”, Park Shin Hye also threw a compliment, “Because Hongki lent his voice for my drama”s OST, it is doing well. I love [listening to] F.T. Island”s music these days.”
On July 27, actress Lee Da Hae shared her thoughts about the MBC weekend drama “Hotel King” coming to an end on her personal Twitter account.
The actress wrote, “The last selca of ‘Hotel King’s’ Cha-Mo couple. We’re sad yet happy. I’m thankful for the love everyone has shown until now! Thank you so much to Dong Wook oppa. You were the greatest actor and I was happy to be able to act with you. Let’s meet again in another 10 years and let’s love again!”
We’ve been following the ever-evolving story of Aurora Princess with raised eyebrows for months, as it has become a fixture in the headlines for its parade of shenanigans. And while it’s not the type of drama we’d typically be devoting a lot of attention to, it’s worth looking at if only as the cautionary tale of what not to do when making a show. If ever there were a case of a drama having more drama behind the cameras than in front of them, this would be it.
The drama world kept our eyes glued to the screen all year round, but it’s time to decide which drama stole the show in 2013.
We’ve divided the year’s dramas into categories by timeslot – Mon/Tues, Wed/Thurs and Fri/Weekend – so be sure to check out each category and, of course, vote!
But choose wisely, because the top drama from each timeslot will advance to the final round, where the drama with the most votes from each category will compete for the title of Mwave′s Drama of the Year.
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!
I totally wasn’t intending to write up the brand-new reality show Rain Effect, but I fired up the first episode out of curiosity and immediately got sucked into its fun, funny vibe. (Trust me, I wasn’t looking for another thing to recap!) It’s been a while since we’ve done a Variety Roulette; nothing like a little Rain to merit a comeback.
These kinds of reality-docu shows aren’t by any means new, but it’s not often you get one with a star as big as Rain. (And I’m sure I’m not the only one who had a brief flash to the Jeon Ji-hyun character doing one in the newly premiered drama You From Another Star.) True, he hasn’t been as big in recent years as he once was at the height of his pop-star fame (the mid-2000s were SO all about Rain), even if you factor for his two-year army-duty absence, but he’s certainly achieved enough to have solidified his place as a lasting star in the K-pop firmament.
If you’ve been struggling to find ways to get your friends into Korean dramas, or just Asian dramas in general, fear no more! These K-Dramas provide everything from romantic comedy to science fiction. I’m sure many of you have already watched at least some of these dramas, but if you haven’t, you should consider marathoning them with some of your friends! This will probably end up succeeding in getting them into Korean dramas, at least a little bit. So next time your friends have a sleepover, bring out the junk food and put on a K-Drama for all to enjoy! Here are 5 new shows you can start with:
“Twenty Years Old” is off to a promising start!
The upcoming drama depicting a secret romance between a top star and an ordinary citizen has gained interest for being BEAST member Lee Ki Kwang‘s first lead role in a romantic drama, and it has now sold its publishing rights to a Vietnamese cable channel “Yan TV.” Not only have Vietnamese channels shown their interest, but the drama has received many love calls from other foreign countries and South East Asia in particular, and additional overseas sales are being discussed.
Kim Soo Hyun has firmly established himself as a star; his acting growing by leaps and bounds with each project he undertakes.
Currently starring in SBS drama “Man from the Stars,” Kim Soo Hyun portrays alien Do Min Joon with a certain maturity in his acting. He’s had five hit projects in a row, making him one to watch amongst his fellow peers in their 20s. The drama reunites Kim Soo Hyun with his “The Thieves” co-star Jun Ji Hyun, and has crossed the 20% ratings mark.
Answer Me 1994: Episodes 14 to 19 Recap by Couch-Kimchi:
One more day and this drama will end! I’m really excited to watch the finale.
On that note, shall we focus on the story and set aside the shippers war?? Oppa and Chil Bong respect each other so much to even compete for Na Jung. She isn’t a prize to be won here. I know that being on either side brought tension and less excitement to some viewers. Personally, I avoid staying at threads because it also influence me. Just to stay within the story, and enjoy it more, let me share with you a view from where I am. Biases aside. I love Oppa so much I’m not going to trash talk him. He doesn’t deserve that, even if I’m on Team Chil Bong.
We’ve reached the halfway point of “Man from the Stars” and the show continues to astound viewers. Episodes 9 and 10 focus largely on present day events, exploring the topics of love, money (or lack there of), and sinister plots. Song Yi must confront her growing feelings for Min Joon, while at the same time, Min Joon already worries about what consequences his future departure will have on Song Yi. Jae Kyung continues with his murderous plans, but Min Joon isn’t content with letting Jae Kyung have his way. Be ready for some dramatic confrontations!
“Empress Ki” – Episode 23 – 24 Recap by Couch-Kimchi:
This week was equal parts heartbreak, frustration and excitement. Heartbreaking watching Ki suffer and frustrating watching the bad guys continue to win. But there is excitement that we’re moving into the revenge stage. Both ships have suffered blows however, there are signs a new ship is forming? LOL!
Tessieroo: Ki has her baby, alone in a cave. (depressing much?) It’s a boy and she names him “Byul” which means Star. In Yuan, Wang Yoo is thrown from his horse.
SISTAR will take on their first very own reality show, Y-STAR“s “SISTAR”s Midnight in Hong Kong“!
SEE ALSO: SISTAR”s Soyu and hip hop vocal JungGiGo form a duet unit!
The show”s staff stated on the 4th, “”Midnight in Hong Kong”, which features SISTAR”s Hyorin, Bora, and Soyu“s six-day-and-four-night vacation in Hong Kong, will air a total of four episodes starting on the 8th.”