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11 preview nextview Episode 11 of SBS’ You Who Came From the Stars
had us going on an emotional roller coaster ride.
The episode had us in tears because it was just downright hilarious at one point, then so heartbreaking at another.
And then it ends with this super heart-fluttery moment that made it hard for us to fall asleep.
Why can’t Do Min Joon and Chun Song Yi just be happy! WHYYYY! Chun Yoon Jae:
Do you like him?Chun Song Yi:
Jesus~ Hey, is your older sister the type of person to like someone one-sidedly?
He’s the one who treats me like a ceramic pot. Am I the type to do that?Chun Yoon Jae:
Oh and it’s a crush?Chun Song Yi
: I said it wasn’t! Get out!
We love their relationship
These episodes are jam-packed with heart wrenching emotion. The future doesn’t look too bright, especially with Min Joon’s departure looming ever closer. His desire to push Song Yi away grows, but so does his hopeless dream of a happy and normal life with heri at his side. For better or for worse, I’ve become heavily invested in the well-being of these characters. Seeing both Song Yi and Min Joon struggle through their heartache has left me emotionally drained and dejected. Keep in mind these feelings are a testament to just how great this show is.
Why is My Heart Breaking?
Min Joon Rejects Song Yi’s Confession
Min Joon’s run in with the psychopath Jae Kyung’s poisoned needle reminded him just how strong his feelings for Song Yi have grown. He’s convinced he must do all that he can to end his connection before it’s too late to recover
Lee Hwi Kyung (Park Hae Jin) starts to be suspicious and asks Chairman Lee (Lee Jung Gil) about Lee Jae Kyung’s (Shin Sung Rok) ex-wife, while Yoo Suk (Oh Sang Jin) gets attacked by an unidentified assailant and Yoo Semi (Yoo In Na) finds Do Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun) to discuss what just happened. Chun Song Yi (Jun Ji Hyun) is restless when she sees just Do Min Joon and Yoo Se Mi go inside Do Min Joon’s house…
Chun Song Yi: It’s a little embarrassing for me to say, but there was a time when I was voted most wanted to date by single men in Korea
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11 preview nextview Isn’t it crazy how SBS’ You Who Came From the Stars
just continues to somehow become better and better with each episode?
We can’t even begin to explain the roller coaster ride of emotions we went through with Episode 10 with the drama being pure comedy in one second and absolute horror in another.
We tried to get as many good moments in as we could, so take a look! Boss Hong:
Excuse me. Do you remember me?Do Min Joon
: You are….?Boss Hong
: I told you last time that you leave a good impression.
Oh yes! And I have this-Do Min Joon:
I’m not buying.
Poor Boss Hong. Chun Song Yi:
“What are you doing?”
What isn’t he responding? Is he sleeping?
“Are you sleeping?”
OH! He read it, he read it!
…Why isn’t he replying if he read it?
This is one of the most ANNOYING THINGS EVER
Actress Park Se Young (“Faith,” “School 2013“) revealed her feelings on appearing on variety show “We Got Married.” She recently starred in the KBS daily drama “Sincerity Moves Heaven.”
She appeared on MBC’s “We Got Married” with 2PM’s Wooyoung for the first time on January 11. Via Twitter, Park Se Young posted, “Thank you to those who watched the show and supported us! It was practically my first variety appearance so I was really nervous and probably made many mistakes… Please don’t be jealous, instead please give us your love^^ Please support us~♥.”
Apparently, Wooyoung mentioned that it’s the first time they met one another, but that’s not exactly true. Park Se Young has worked with 2PM’s Wooyoung previously
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11 preview nextview Okay, like really. SBS’ You Who Came From the Stars
just knows exactly how to grab us and never let go. Episode 8 was a pure example of that, especially with the 15 seconds fairy.
Too many good moments inepisode 8 that had our hearts pounding extra harder, but we managed to break it down to just ten! Chun Song Yi
: I’ve filmed a lot of movies so I know what this means.
The meaning of when a girl like me uses not having clothes as an excuse to wear baggy men’s clothing and walk around his house.Do Min Joon
: What does it mean?Chun Song Yi
: As a man, it must make your heart flutter, but don’t misunderstand. I’m just really scared of going home to get clothes that I’m borrowing yours
This week brought another fabulous pair of “Man from the Stars” episodes. The unique combination of suspense, romance, and comedy continue to make for excellent entertainment. Min Joon’s role as Song Yi’s protector gets put to the test at many points during these two episodes. From falling fish bowls to runaway cars, Min Joon sure has has his work cut out for him. Thankfully, he has some pretty cool superpowers to help him out. The writer does a wonderful job balancing the nail-biting suspense with laugh-out-loud funny interactions. Be prepared for a roller coaster of emotions when you watch this show!
Min Joon Saves the Day
In the climatic end of Episode 7, Min Joon stretches his powers to the max in order to rescue Song Yi from an immediate death. Be sure to add stopping a car with his bare hands to the list of awesome things Min Joon can do
I just love this couple. There’s something really gratifying in the whole Superman–Clark Kent duality of doing something for the person you love, then keeping your cover by putting up a different facade entirely. It’s interesting that Min-joon’s facade is actually his natural personality—gruff and crotchety—and yet it’s becoming a mask more than anything. As he explains, things are changing, and not just in an emotional way, with his impending interstellar voyage stirring some physical changes as well. Or is it? What else could it be? Stuff to wonder 2about.
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11 preview nextview SBS’ You Who Came From the Stars
just keeps getting more and more interesting, explaining why it set another highest ratings with episode 6!
We don’t know about you, but we’re completely in love with Chun Song Yi’s antics as well as Do Min Joon, whose shell is slowly starting to crack.
Check out what we picked for our favorite moments from episode 6! Student:
Have you ever been jealous after liking someone before?
...Lee Hwi Kyung:
You understand me right? So from now on, don’t hang out around Song Yi’s house. Do Min Joon:
Chun Song Yi left her purple hair tie at my house. I told her take it home. Lee Hwi Kyung
: What? Why was that – Did she get drunk and pass out at your house again?Do Min Joon
: Ah~ Don’t misunderstand
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11 preview nextview Is love in the air?
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
RECAP: FIFTH RECORD
Min-joon saves Song-yi from falling overboard, and as he puts her to bed, she pulls him down to her to give him a kiss. She murmurs, “You’ve gone crazy,” but it’s more to herself than to him, believing herself to be dreaming him up. She hushes him from speaking and sighs, “Yeah, I was too lonely all this time and it’s been hard on my body. I’m even dreaming up sexy dreams now. It’s time I married. Hormones are honest.”Drifting off to sleep, Song-yi curls into Min-joon’s coat for warmth—the one he’s wearing, which pulls him even closer to her. Looking completely out of his element (well, even more than he is, for being an alien and all), Min-joon carefully extricates himself. As soon as he exits, he overhears scary hyung Jae-kyung confirming with his secretary that “it” has been completed, without witnesses, and that if not for somebody being greedy, he wouldn’t have had to do this
Gallup Korea interviewed 1702 people of both genders over the age of 13 between November 1 and 18. They asked interviewees to name two actors or actresses who were outstanding in 2013. Gallup Korea released the results of their survey on December 17.
2013’s top two spots were taken by married couple Lee Bo Young and Ji Sung, with 11.0% and 8.1% of votes respectively. Lee Bo Young and Ji Sung have had a great 2013, each starring in well-received dramas and finally getting married after a seven-year romance. They received support across all age groups, but were most popular amongst those in their 30s and 40s.
In first place, Lee Bo Young has had two huge hits this year, with KBS daily drama “My Daughter Seo Young” and SBS drama “I Hear Your Voice
This show didn’t just end on a high note – it screamed it out. Good luck finding another rom-com this good anytime soon. I love that all the necessary loose ends were tied up. There wasn’t a clear cut exposition of every minor detail, but it grazed the truth enough to give us satisfactory justifications. Every kdrama fan knows that happy endings come in all shapes and sizes. Some you have to read into it and draw your own conclusions while others you really have to work hard to make sense of things, but Master’s Sun left nothing to chance. From what I could see, everything that needed to be crossed and dotted was done. If anything – this finale will just leave you wanting more.
Written before it aired:
It all came down to sacrifice. How much each of them was willing to make for the other
Beautiful Man/Pretty Man (Bel Ami) Episode 7 Recap by jangkeunsukforever:
As episode 7 starts, Ma Te is worried about the poor sales of cleaning socks on MG Home Shopping. Botong is distraught, almost in tears, concerned that Mate will be in debt by millions if the socks don’t sell out. David Choi on the other hand is willing to do anything to make Botong feel better, even going as far as taking responsibility for giving away free gifts just so they can sell more socks. Hmmm…. maybe he has some money we don’t know about?
Meanwhile, Hong Yoo Ra calls Mate suggesting that he should ask for Kim In Jong’s help
Late again. Sorry guys. Real life kept calling me. I had the recap itself done, just didn't get a chance to post til now. Well at least you'll have episode 6 fresh in your mind before you watch episode 7. Episode 6 Recap by k-dramacentra:
Ma Te realizes David's button in Bo Tong. He walks over and tells both of them they worked hard, David says it was nothing and Bo Tong only suffered. She gives a cute laugh before Ma Te he has to take her away to talk to her, but Bo Tong just says to say it now. He leans in closer and tells her let's go, puts his arm around her and leads her out. At this point, I'm not sure if he likes her is just all weird because she's giving another guy attention. I think I'll go with the latter. So what exactly did Ma Te want? He gives Bo Tong her reward of 10 pictures for them selling the socks out
Sorry this has come so late, Thanksgiving weekend had me kind of busy. Hopefully there will be no more delays this week.
We peak more into Electric Fairy's persona life and see that even she isn't immune to Ma Te's prettiness. Episode 4 Recap by k-dramacentra:
After telling Ma Te his next mission is to read mission, Yu Ra says that Electric Fairy is a fake and manipulates people by reading them. He thinks she's joking, but she tells him he needs to learn from her. Electric Fairy is sitting across from her and Yu Ra wants to know the reason she came. She tells Yu Ra that she will become very powerful and successful with Ma Te by her side. Then turns around and says in return for that success, her daughter will die before she's 12 if she keeps Ma Te near her. Yu Ra is visibly upset even though she's saying she doesn't believe in such things
by Esther Noloc and Liana Yus (guest appearance by thenatcat)
**Caution post contains spoilers**
E: We are back, now with the second episode recap,this drama hooked me in at first sight. For me it's more than I expected. It's perfect and has it all: drama, comedy, action, intrigue, revenge, tension, passion, and most importantly love. Whoa I am suffering because I have to wait to watch for a week and because it's only broadcast twice a week. Liana, awesome episode, right?
L: Yes, in the second episode we can see Botong with a cute hooded jacket with a leopard pattern that looks like an eel….hehehe. She's busy thinking about saving money to buy her Mate a car.
E: She even has a countdown of the money on the wall and thinks she needs another job to save more money for the car, awww, she has a kind heart
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.
One Warm Word Episode 3 Recap by Beatuscorner:
Jae Hak pulls out micro memory card from his car’s (cctv) camera and asks his assistant to take his car for a service first thing tomorrow morning and to tell him if there’s something odd about the car
One Warm Word Episode 2 Recap by Beatuscorner:
Eun Jin is astounded when Sung Soo accuses her of having an affair, she can’t say anything to defend herself.
Jae Hak respects Eun Jin’s decision to end their relationship, he wants to meet her for one last time but decides it’s best for them to walk their separate paths starting from now.
Flashback to Jae Hak who went to Eun Jin’s neighborhood at night, hoping to bump into Eun Jin there
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