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'Fated to Love You' Jang Hyuk's Emoticons Revealed

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"Fated to Love You" Jang Hyuk"s emoticons appeared.

On August 21st, MBC Wednesday/Thursday drama "Fated to Love You", there were 40 emoticons of Gun that was released on Kakaotalk.

In the released emoticons, there is a picture of "Fated to Love You - It"s Me, Lee Gun" as Lee Gun"s character is perfected by Jang Hyuk"s chic yet comical faces. There are a thousand different faces portrayed because his expressions can range drastically from one extreme to the next..

On the page "Fated to Love You - It"s Me, Lee Gun", this is the first piece that was made using the MBC drama"s emoticons. One of the staff members who created the emoticon said, "Until now, people have been constantly asking for the emoticons to be released of Gun. Gun"s emoticons are different than other star emoticons and this is also the emoticons in the character

'It's Okay It's Love" Gong Hyo Jin, Jo In Sung, Surpring Words

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"It"s Okay It"s Love" Jo In Sung"s one word is quite startling and it is interesting to see how Gong Hyo Jin will react to it.

In the episode "It"s Okay It"s Love" (script No Hee Kyung, director Kim Kyu Tae), Gong Hyo Jin plays the role of the doctor Ji Hye Soo who is a psychologist. She is now in a relationship with Jo In Sung (played by Jang Je Yeol) in something reminiscent of a sweet romance. As they"re looking at each other, they have still cuts of the cute laboratory date scene that just makes you want to be dating.

On the episode that aired on August 27th, after a date in Jae Yeol"s lab, he wanted to surprised Hae Soo and the viewers. At times, he is so romantic and at times, so cold as it is interesting to see what it is that he will tell her.

Meanwhile, "It"s Okay, It"s Love" stars Jo In Sung, Gong Hyo Jin, Lee Kwang Soo, Sung Dong Il, and EXO"s D

[Video] Added Korean drama "High School - Love On" episode 7

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Added episode 7 for the Korean drama "High School - Love On"

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"High School - Love On" (2014) Directed by Lee Eun-mi-II, Seong Joon-hae Written by Lee Jae-yeon Network : KBS With Woohyun, Kim Sae-ron, Lee Seong-yeol, Choi Soo-rin, Sin Hyeon-tak, Lee Joo-sil,... 20 episodes - Fri 20:55 Also known as "Hi! School: Love On" Synopsis A youth melodrama based on new fantasy high schoolers experience. Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2014/07/11

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[Spoiler] Added episode 17 captures for the Korean drama "Fated to Love You"

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Added episode 17 captures for the Korean drama "Fated to Love You" (2014)Directed by Kim Hee-won-II, Lee Dong-yoonWritten by Jo Jin-gook, Joo Chan-okNetwork : MBCWith Jang Hyeok, Jang Nara, Choi Jin-hyeok, Wang Ji-won, Jeong Eun-pyo, Choi Dae-cheol,...20 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00SynopsisA remake of a Taiwanese drama from the year 2008. A normal and non-existant woman spends a night with an heir to a wealthy family.Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2014/07/02

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[Spoiler] Added episode 11 captures for the Korean drama "It"s Okay, That"s Love"

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Added episode 11 captures for the Korean drama "It"s Okay, That"s Love" (2014)Directed by Kim Kyoo-taeWritten by Noh Hee-kyeongNetwork : SBSWith Jo In-Seong, Kong Hyo-jin, Seong Dong-il, Lee Gwang-soo, Jin Kyeong, Lee Seong-kyeong,...20 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00SynopsisBased in a mental clinic, this drama portrays the life and love of modern day people.Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2014/07/23

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Honey Lee reveals boyfriend Yoon Kye Sang"s response to her love scenes with T.O.P

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On August 29, Honey Lee met up with members of the media at a cafe in Seoul for an interview and talked about her boyfriend, Yoon Kye Sang, and his reaction to her love scenes with T.O.P for movie, "Tazza 2."




She revealed, "He was not jealous at all. I think being an actress means there are things you need to forego. The human nature of men is to dislike anyone looking at their women, so it could be difficult enduring the fact that everyone is watching through the screen. The job of being an actress means everyone is your lover, which can be painful, but that makes it beautiful, too.


Personally, I put a lot of things aside. When actors date one another, there are things you need to make allowances for

‘Fated to Love You’ Jang Hyuk leaves Jang Na Ra

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MBC drama "Fated to Love You" actor Jang Hyuk hid his true feelings for actress Jang Na Ra and let her go.

On the most recent episode of the MBC drama "Fated to Love You" which aired on August 28, 2014, Kim Mi Young, played by actress Jang Na Ra, and Lee Gun, played by actor Jang Hyuk, who is her ex husband, saw each other at Kim Mi Young"s painting room. Kim Mi Young asked Lee Gun what he was going there, and she realized that he had bought the candy painting she had on sale. Lee Gun said, "You have not changed a bit for the past three years. Why are you still acting like such an innocent fool?" and made Kim Mi Young angry. In related news, the new MBC romantic comedy drama "Fated to Love You" tells a story of a naïve girl named Kim Mi Young, played by actress Jang Na Ra, who is at times too nice, and her destined love with Lee Gun, played by actor Jang Hyuyk, whose position as a heir is being threatened

‘Fated to Love You’ Jang Hyuk cries inside leaving Jang Na Ra

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MBC drama "Fated to Love You" actor Jang Hyuk hid his true feelings for actress Jang Na Ra and let her go.

On the most recent episode of the MBC drama "Fated to Love You" which aired on August 28, 2014, Kim Mi Young, played by actress Jang Na Ra, and Lee Gun, played by actor Jang Hyuk, who is her ex husband, saw each other at Kim Mi Young"s painting room. Kim Mi Young asked Lee Gun what he was going there, and she realized that he had bought the candy painting she had on sale. Lee Gun said, "You have not changed a bit for the past three years. Why are you still acting like such an innocent fool?" and made Kim Mi Young angry. Kim Mi Young told him to leave her painting room, and Lee Gun left, handing back the painting to her. However, when he stepped outside, he made sad faces and sat down on the stairs

‘Fated To Love You’ and ‘The Joseon Gunman’ Tie For First Place

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It"s unusual when there is a tie in the ratings for first place but that"s what happened this week. The romantic comedy about a destined love and the historical drama about a swordfighter who takes up a gun were tied for first place among viewers.

"The Joseon Gunman" and "Fated To Love You" each netted 11.5 percent in the Nielsen ratings. "The Joseon Gunman," starring Lee Jun Ki and Nam Sang Mi, has been in first place for a while, but "Fated To Love You" has slowly been catching up. This week "The Joseon Gunman" rose slightly with a bump up from 10.8 percent. The jump was bigger for "Fated To Love You" as it rose from 9.9 percent.

The comedy started out on a silly note with some slapstick-bizarre plot twists but then settled into a touching and heart-wrenching romance about two people meant to unite despite the odds

Secret to the paintings in ‘Fated to Love You’

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The production team of the MBC drama "Fated to Love You" shared yesterday that all of the paintings in the drama are drawn and painted by artist Yoo Dae Young. The production team of the MBC drama "Fated to Love You" shared with the fans that all of the visuals supposedly created by the genius artist Daniel (Choi Jin Hyuk) in the drama are actually works of visual artist Yoo Dae Young. In related news, the new MBC romantic comedy drama "Fated to Love You" tells a story of a naïve girl named Kim Mi Young, played by actress Jang Na Ra, who is at times too nice, and her destined love with Lee Gun, played by actor Jang Hyuyk, whose position as a heir is being threatened. The drama airs every Wednesday and Thursday. 

 

 

‘It's Okay, That's Love’ Jo In Sung and Gong Hyo Jin go on a date

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Production team of the popular SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love," which tells a story of a detective novelist and psychiatrist, shared pictures of the two main characters. Yesterday, the production team of the SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love" shared pictures of the detective novelist Jang Jae Yeol, played by actor Jo In Sung, and psychiatrist Ji Hae Soo, played by actress Gong Hyo Jin, on its official website. In the pictures, Jang Jae Yeol and Ji Hae Soo played in the front yard of their house with their friend Park Soo Kwang. The SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love" tells a story of "romantic mental clinic" between a mysterious detective novelist who is at times romantic, played by Jo In Sung, and a psychiatrist, played by Gong Hyo Jin. Actors Jo In Sung, Gong Hyo Jin, Sung Dong Il, Lee Kwang Soo, and D

‘It's Okay, That's Love’ Gong Hyo Jin and Jo In Sung fight

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The romantic comedy SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love" actress Gong Hyo Jin and actor Jo In Sung fought while recording his radio program.

On the most recent episode of the SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love," which aired on August 27, 2014, psychiatrist Ji Hae Soo, played by actress Gong Hyo Jin, visited a radio station to see her boyfriend and the detective novelist Jang Jae Yeol, played by actor Jo In Sung. At the radio station, Ji Hae Soo got disappointed at Jang Jae Yeol when he did not introduce her to his audiences as his girlfriend. When the show started, Ji Hae Soo and Jang Jae Yeol fought about Ji Hae Soo"s favorite movie. She had picked "Before Midnight" as her favorite movie, and Jang Jae Yeol asked her why she picked "Before Midnight" over the first two of the series, "Before Sunrise" or "Before Sunset

‘It's Okay, That's Love’ Jo In Sung discusses marriage with Gong Hyo Jin

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The romantic comedy SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love" actor Jo In Sung discussed marriage with actress Gong Hyo Jin.

On the most recent episode of the SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love," which aired on August 27, 2014, detective novelist Jang Jae Yeol, played by actor Jo In Sung, discussed marriage with his girlfriend and psychiatrist Ji Hae Soo, played by actress Gong Hyo Jin. At his radio station, Ji Hae Soo and Jang Jae Yeol talked about marriage. During his radio show, while talking about the topic of breakup, Jang Jae Yeol said he is thinking of his girlfriend as a future wife, saying, "I want to settle down and clear up the life as a wonderer." When it was commercial break time, Jang Jae Yeol said to Ji Hae Soo, "When you like the person, it is natural to think, "Should I marry her?"" However, Ji Hae Soo said, "I don"t plan to marry

‘It's Okay, That's Love’ Gong Hyo Jin is disappointed at Jo In Sung

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The romantic comedy SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love" actress Gong Hyo Jin is disappointed at actor Jo In Sung.

On the most recent episode of the SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love," which aired on August 27, 2014, psychiatrist Ji Hae Soo, played by actress Gong Hyo Jin, visited a radio station to see her boyfriend and the detective novelist Jang Jae Yeol, played by actor Jo In Sung. At the radio station, Jang Jae Yeol greeted Ji Hae Soo to the room where he records the radio show he hosts. Ji Hae Soo asked him how he was going to introduce her in the show and, when Jang Jae Yeol did not say much, she said, "Are you too lazy to tell your audience that we are going out?" and got disappointed at him. The SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love" tells a story of "romantic mental clinic" between a mysterious detective novelist who is at times romantic, played by Jo In Sung, and a psychiatrist, played by Gong Hyo Jin

SHINee‘s Key Celebrates “Zorro: The Musical” Debut with “Star Gazing” Staff

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SHINee star Key has been celebrating after wrapping up his first performance in the title role of “Zorro: the Musical.” The singer, who co-hosts MBC entertainment show “Star Gazing,” enjoyed a laugh behind the scenes of the most recent edition of the program, when staff helped him to decorate him with congratulatory ribbons normally found on wreaths.

The SHINee star shared photos of this on his Instagram account, along with a caption that read, “I have finished my first performance of ‘Zorro: The Musical.’ Thank you for coming see me, for standing up and applauding and laughing together. I felt like we were really together in that moment. I hope I can meet you again soon, as Zorro.”

Key will be taking it in turns with fellow K-Pop stars Yoseob of BEAST and Wheesung (as well as musical star Kim Woo Hyung) to play the role of the masked hero in the performance at the Chungmu Art Hall in Seoul’s Junggu district