Series Review: Answer Me 1994 (by Couch-Kimchi)
The reason why our youth is painful is that its all full of unknowns. Its like the time of taking an exam, when there’s so many blanks that we have no idea what to put. When I look back at those times, there were no right answers to the blanks. But for some reasons, I had a fear of someone holding an answer sheet & grading the papers. And also with a fear of what if I write different answers than other people.
I have gained more than I could possibly have just by watching this series. It brought lessons, not to simply preach about it but to make us realize the life we have and how we are living it with the people who matters most.
Watching the series again with a more open heart brought more meaning than just seeing how the romance and heartbreak unfold right before me
Has it been forever that they’ve been making this movie, or am I just really really impatient and excited to see it? Here’s our first tiny peek at Band of Thieves (also going by the title KUNDO: Age of the Rampant), starring Ha Jung-woo (The Terror Live) and Kang Dong-won (Psychic) in his feature-length army comeback project. It’s the role Ha Jung-woo shaved his head for, in case you’ve seen him promoting other stuff this past year and wondered why he was suddenly bald.
Part of the anticipation for the project comes from the re-team of writer/director Yoon Jong-bin and leading man Ha Jung-woo, who did 2011′s hugely popular and still-quoted Nameless Gangster together, among other projects
One Warm Word Episode 1 Recap by Beatuscorner:
After an influx of marriage/affair/divorce dramas this year, my expectation level for SBS newest Mondays & Tuesdays drama One Warm Word (Kind Words) was extremely low. Moreover, the writer’s previous drama Can We Get Married was pretty hard to digest (for me) that I stopped watching on episode 7, it was too realistic for my liking. So I embraced the first episode of One Warm Word with extreme caution (ha!). Surprisingly, the first episode surpassed my expectations – it quickly introduced the main characters and their different perspectives (& approaches) towards marriage, divorce and affairs
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With so many characters, there were so many good quotes that came out of SBS’ The Heirs.
But out of all the characters, there’s no denying that Choi Young Do, played by our star of the week, Kim Woo Bin, had the biggest character change and growth throughout the series.
….which is why what he said in the series had us laughing, crying, and feeling the pain for his character.
We’re not able to capture everything Choi Young Do has said, but here are some of our favorite lines.
Photo Credit: SBS
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”
Ducky: My first favourite scene is the emotional hug that we waited one whole week for! Why was it such a great scene and delivered so much emotions?
Frau: Yes, I love it! It was full of warmth and comfort as well as reassuring. It also signifies ES accepting Tan not only taking his hand but him as a whole
(Note: This article does not reflect the opinions of ohkpop, only of the author!)
Last weekend, actor Lee Byung Hun walked the red carpet at the Los Angeles premiere of his first historical drama film ‘Masquerade‘ (Korean title: ‘Gwang Hae: The Man Who Became King‘). ‘Masquerade’ opened in select theaters across North America on Friday, September 21.
> Plot Synopsis
‘Masquerade’ is written by ‘Old Boy‘s co-writer Hwang Jo Yoon and is directed by Choo Chang Min. The film is based on the contrasting reputations of the fifteenth king of the Joseon Dynasty, King Gwang Hae