My Daughter The Flower Episode 131 Eng Sub
Arang – A
bang wool -B
Eun Oh -E
Dol Swe – D
Lord Choi – Choi
E’s mom – lady Seo – Seo
her reaper – MR (short for E’s “mom’s reaper”)
Jade Emperor – Jade
Mu Young -M (his sister’s name is Mu Yeon so it’s really hard to hear the difference)
LSR -arang’s real name
Starts from choi entering and being greeted. Choi says how this placeis old so if you are uncomfortable let me know but E says I will takecare of it so don’t pay any attention to it. Choi asks why did you askto meet but E says I didn’t ask you – I summoned you. they talk aboutthe grave and E asks why choi got involved and interfered with a murderinvestigation by covering up the site and destroying evidence. Choi asksdo you think the villagers don’t know about that grave – they all know.he says how there was a terrible massacre at one time so it’s not amurder scene, but just a mass grave. He couldn’t stand by and watch thevillagers go through the pain of reliving it by having it dug up again.E: you expect me to believe that. choi says I don’t want this villageshaken up and want it to be quiet. E: for who’s sake do you want thisvillage to be quiet. His words anger choi
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.
As his career continues to flourish, Lee Seung Gi’s had the chance to work several beautiful and talented ladies.
And the list continues to grow with Lee Seung Gi learning to work with women of all ages from 14 to 66.
Kim Yoo Jung
As one of the youngest women that Lee Seung Gi worked with, Kim Yoo Jung shined in Lee Seung Gi’s music video for Return.
Just like the title, Return was Lee Seung Gi’s big come back as a singer after so many other projects, which is why Kim Yoo Jung (the most popular child actress at the time) and Lee Seung Gi working together was much anticipated.
A secret never stay hidden forever, the truth always prevails. No matter how hard people are trying to hide their secrets, their problems, sooner or later, people will discover them. For Jae Hak and Eun Jin; they know they cannot hide their relationship forever; they’re not naive but obviously they don’t realize that Mi Kyung has already found out about their “humane relationship”. People say the quiet ones usually are the ones who’ll attack and cause extensive damages; so they’d better get ready because Mi Kyung will do anything she can to “torture” them.
Epik High member Tablo recently opened up about his late father.
In the latest episode of “Superman Returns,” the artist and his daughter Haru visited the cemetery. Tablo’s father sadly passed away in March last year after a lengthy battle with cancer. While paying a visit to her grandfather’s grave, Haru placed a beautiful flower bouquet on the stone and showed him a handmade card with her favorite fish drawn on it. Even though she could not see her grandfather, Haru directed her heartwarming words at the sky, hoping that he will hear what she has to say.
This is an interesting model for drama production, though obviously a limited case. Four-episode miniseries Twenty Years Old starring idol actor Lee Ki-kwang (Me Too, Flower!) and rookie actress Lee Da-in was produced as a “mobile drama,” basically as an online short in four twenty-minute segments. And now after a successful run online, it’s being re-released so to speak, and getting a chance to air on television as a two-part special on cable network tvN.
Style Coverage: Interior Decoration
Being fashion forward also requires that we live in style! This drama has some beautifully decorated spaces and it would be a waste to not pay more attention to them!These are the five rooms that I found most interesting.
I absolutely would want to have a room exactly like this if I have the luxury of owning a house or apartment with plenty of space.All the better if it comes with Uhm Tae Woong and Kim Sung Soo in it.*clears throat*I do not typically like wooden finishings except for hardwood flooring but this room is an exception.The slab of oddly but naturally shaped timber table is the main feature of this room.Orange cushions adds a touch of brightness and brings out the colour of the wood.The designer is not afraid to feature this table in a room with hardwood flooring.Wood does not stop there because you see the wooden flooring extending upwards to what looks like some storage space disguised in the shape of a tree.This room looks like a man cave equipped with all the big boy toys like stereo, huge screen television and gaming systems.I think it can also be female-friendly if a few soft touches are added to the room.
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You Who Came From the Stars / You From Another Star E13 Recap by Softy
MJ says When I first came here – I wanted to help people who were in difficult situations with the abilities I had. to do that – I had to reveal the truth that I was a different being than them.
flashback to joseon when MJ walked by and helped a man whose leg was trapped under a rock. He uses his powers to lift the heavy rock and save the man
You Who Came From the Stars / You From Another Star E15 Recap by Softy
Starts from when MJ goes into her hospital room and leans over to kiss her forehead. then in the morning her dad is holding her hand. she looks over at him and says dad. she sits up and stares at him.SY: what were you doing to come now. why did you come now (so late). her dad says sorry my daughter. SY: what were you doing for the past12 yrs when I grew up alone. why come now. why? he says sorry again. she says what is this- how can this be? why did my dad’s face get so old. why is it like this. he hugs her and cries.
Age of Feeling: Episode 7 Recap by Drama Beans
The fight between Jung-tae and the bunch of thugs commences, with Jung-tae being smart enough to use one as a human shield against all the would-be blunt force trauma.
Despite being outnumbered, Jung-tae holds his own and even manages to kick some ass. He receives a few blows to the back and one to the back of the head (ouch), but it’s still not enough to keep him down. It’s brutal, but awesome.
On the bus, Chun-soo is dead asleep as Jin-hee positions his head back on her shoulder. Chang-min pulls up next to the bus in his car at a stoplight, but neither Chang-min nor Jin-hee see each other. The bus jerks Chun-soo awake and Jin-hee feigns sleep. He nudges her awake, with an “Asleep already?” and she makes a big show of yawning and stretching.
As the two order breakfast, Chun-soo tells Jin-hee that she should go do medical volunteer work on an island somewhere. “I think that’s the best fit for you,” he says. Jin-hee replies, “I’d like that. But I’d like to finish my internship first.” She hesitates for a moment before asking, “What’s going to happen to me now?” Chun-soo’s answer is noncommittal, and not particularly comforting: “That depends on your fate.”
Sly and Single Again: Episode 8 recap by Dramabeans
Ae-ra and Jung-woo prepare for the CF shoot, neither overjoyed about working with the other. Jung-woo is worried about rumors starting about their relationship, but Ae-ra says it will be fine if they just shoot the CF quickly and get it over with.
She gives his costume the once-over and says he should act with confidence.He snorts that she’s one to talk, and the implied jab at her costume (and lack of cup size) causes her to cover up with outraged modesty.
Shim Yeo Ok’s anger is renewed toward her ex-son-in-law and his family.
After getting a text warning her about Lee Kang Joon and Gyo Chae Yun’s accelerated wedding, Sa Geum Ran’s mother, Shim Yeo Ok (Lee Jong Nam), storms over to Eun Kyung Joo’s office. It is now that she belatedly learns that Lee Kang Joon had been cheating on her daughter with the woman he is about to marry. Infuriated, Shim Yeo Ok heads to the wedding venue to crash the wedding. She is met by Lee Kang Joon’s family and promptly throws down one of the flower wreaths to show her anger. However, the two women are promptly taken away by security. Suddenly, Sa Ra appears and attacks the personnel, giving her mother and friend time to escape.
The time has finally come for another “We Got Married” recap! As usual, all three couples were major cuteness overload. For this week’s episode, it is all about the husbands. Ladies, brace yourselves!
1) Mother-in-Law’s Favorite
When finding their perfect husband, many women take into consideration how their partner treats their parents. This week, we saw a very nervous and anxious side of Hong Jong Hyun as he and Yura prepared to meet her parents for the first time in her hometown, Ulsan. He kept worrying about what to say to them and how to talk to them. Yura had mentioned that he should just make sure he gives big reactions to everything they say. Before they went to meet the parents, they went to the mall to buy some gifts. After looking around, they tried on some couple robes and told each other, “This is it!” As they headed towards her home, you could just tell Jong Hyun was still super nervous, as he became still and his face became tight and tense all together. But little did he realize that he really had nothing to worry about!
I have a theory that the writer of “Pinocchio” is paid in Lee Jong Suk’s tears, because he spends so much of every episode crying. And on the one hand, he’s a really good crier, so it’s interesting to watch. But surely enough terrible things have happened to Dal Po by now, right? Isn’t it time for an episode of sunshine and rainbows and puppies? Please?
Well, we didn’t have any rainbows or puppies in this episode, but we did have one haunting smile. I’ll take it!
Spotlight: Choi Jin-hyuk, Overnight Fame Written by Joyce On January 17, 2015
A late-bloomer in the acting industry, Choi Jin-hyuk only started to experience the joys of being an A-list leading man in 2014, at the ripe age of 28. Given that he gives off a vibe of being more mature than his age, I would have pegged him down to snagging up lead roles much earlier, especially since he’s a looker with acting talent.
As an early 1986-er, Choi finds himself needing to enlist in the military in the first half of 2015, putting a rather abrupt halt to his expanding resume of lead roles. Still, it’s such a fortunate event that he made his big break before his enlistment, and had at least two years to build on that popularity boost. While he may fear being forgotten by the masses in his two-year break, Choi left a pretty lasting impression in 2014 with his non-stop memorable acting projects, and Pride and Prejudice (which just ended its run a week ago) was an excellent high note to leave on.
Ho-sung thinks he has big news for Jung-hwan when he reveals that he’s been suspended from looking into Professor Noh Young-jin’s accounts, only for Jung-hwan to admit that hecalled it off.
Our novice prosecutor doesn’t understand, especially since Tae-joon is out there actively winning over the media to prevent them from thinking he had political motives in targeting the Chief of Staff. Their goal should be to make Noh Young-jin’s word untrustworthy…
After watching a news report claiming that the fugitive(-ish) Kang-jae is expected to appear at Jung-hwan’s press conference that night, Ho-sung presents Tae-joon with the missing ten minutes of interrogation footage he somehow managed to recover.
In it, Kang-jae didn’t rat Tae-joon out like he was led to believe, but instead defended his ties to his longtime friend and refused to give Ha-kyung anything she could use to incriminate him.
Profile Name: 배종옥/ Bae Jong Ok
Birthplace: Seoul, Korea
Star sign: Taurus
Blood type: O
Family: One daughter
TV Shows Kim Soo Ro (MBC, 2010)
The World That They Live In (KBS2, 2008)
On Air (SBS, 2008, cameo)
Woman of Matchless Beauty, Park Jung Kum (MBC, 2008)
Several Questions That Make Us Happy (KBS2, 2007)
My Man’s Woman (SBS, 2007)
Goodbye Solo (KBS2, 2006)
Beating Heart (MBC, 2005)
More Beautiful Than a Flower (KBS2, 2004)
While You Were Dreaming (MBC, 2003)
Man in Crisis (MBC, 2002)
Tender Hearts (KBS1, 2001)
Lie (KBS, 1998)
Hotel (MBC, 1995)
Movies Five Senses of Eros (2009)
Ad-Lib Night (2006)
Love Talk (2005)
Hello Brother (2004)
Jealousy Is My Middle Name (2002)
My Beautiful Girl, Mari (2001)
Recognitions 2008 KBS Drama Awards: Best Supporting Actress (The World That They Live In)
Trivia Hobby: Water skiing