pretty man episode 16
Making viewers laugh while sitting on a bed of nails, Super Junior-M’s Henry became the new hole soldier on MBC’s Real Man.
On February 16, Henry joined Real Man, experiencing the Korean military for the first time. With the not-so-helpful tips from his Super Junior members, Henry believed the military would be easy, even thinking the filming would take place on a set instead of a real army base.
However, once he set foot on base, the scary trainers with the red hats, who Kangin mentioned were going to be Henry’s new managers in the army, made sure to wipe that smile off Henry’s face.
The army doctor, who looked at the basic healthy examination for Henry, noted that his first impression of Henry was like dealing with an elementary student
But for now, we’re just going to look back on episode 16 and enjoy the happy moments for as long as we can.
And Do Min Joon faints after a kiss. *insert swear words by Chun Song Yi.
Chun Song Yi:That kiss… who was it for?
Was it me… or that woman who looks like me?
Do you know what the worst kind of love triangle is?
With a woman from the past.
If she existed now, I could find out what kind of woman she was
Or go head to head with her.
But how can I win over a girl who is stuck in memories?
But I want to know… that kiss, who was it for?
Me or her?
Do Min Joon:It was for Chun Song Yi
These two episodes offered many an adorable moment for our lead couple, even giving us a glimpse of what their normal, happy life could look like. Now that Min Joon is ready to hold Song Yi close, he’s finally showing off more emotion. He’ll hold her hand, appear by her side when called, and may even drunkenly teleport into her bedroom. As his departure looms ever closer, he begins to make some important decisions about his future actions. What’s the use of an eternal life if he can’t be beside his loved one?
Min Joon and Song Yi’s Relationship Takes Center Stage
Romantic Highlights Include:
When Song Yi drags Min Joon back home due to his kiss-induced illness, she can’t help but pester him about his kissing weakness. Min Joon lays in bed doing his best to recover while Song Yi fires off question after question
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According to AGB Nielsen Media Research, the January 16th episode of SBS" "You Who Came From the Stars" maintained its first place with a 24.4% viewer rating which is a 1.3% increase from its previous viewer rating of 23.1%.
KBS 2TV"s "Generation of Youth" premiered with a 7.8% viewer rating but dropped 0.1% to a 7.7% viewer rating for its second episode. MBC"s "Miss Korea" fell behind with a 7
A competitor has arrived in the arena, and so far, it’s looking decent for KBS’ Age of Feeling.
Age of Feeling debuted on Wednesday night with Kim Hyun Joong leading the pack. The first episode was met with much interest coming in at second place, having jumped four percent from where Pretty Boy left off last week.
Kim Hyun Joong’s transformation from flower boy to charismatic man is also in progress, perhaps, foreshadowing high ratings in the near future.
Meanwhile, SBS’ You Who Came From the Stars remained at first place, despite dropping slightly from its previous ratings of 24.4 percent. After a consistent rise, it seems the drama is now stuck in the lower 20s, but no worries, since the drama is already being hailed as a major success
Warning: Contains Spoilers
Last year, tvN scored a smash hit with “Reply 1997,” transporting us to a much simpler decade infused with nostalgia, growing pains, 90s pop culture and fan girls. The drama premiered with little hype, but gained recognition through word of mouth, becoming a sensation and breaking the 6% ratings barrier, considered to be high for a cable drama, and that’s not even counting the rebroadcasts. In fact, Episodes 15 and 16 of “Reply 1997” was broadcast on tvN, Olive, Mnet, OCN, Onstyle and Ongamenet simultaneously. Set in 1997 Busan, “Reply 1997″ was the coming-of-age story of a group of high schoolers who grow through their own share of teenage troubles
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
I did it again, I put myself on a ship that will never set sail. It's a sad day when I love David to bits, but know he will always be friend zoned by Bo Tong. I hope he gets a happy ending, someone this sweet needs someone who will truly like him and all his quirkiness. I also have to say how gorgeous Han Chae Young is in this drama.
Episode 5 Recap by k-dramacentral: Ma Te and Yu Ra are inside drinking coffee and he wonders who made her cry. She asks him how it was spending all that time without his father. She tells him that Hong Ran is planning on sending her 6 year old daughter abroad to study. He just says Hong Ran is scary while Yu Ra apologizes for making him worry, but she had no where else to go. Ma Te tells her that he'll find both of their places soon and gets up to give her more coffee
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
Here we are at episode 3 and the subs came out faster than I originally thought they would which is great for someone who can only understand like 20% of what is actually going on.
One thing I do enjoy about this drama, is how the plot is not as shallow as it appears. It's not just about a pretty guy because it's very obvious he actually has a conscience and you can see his guilt through certain scenes that maybe he doesn't exactly like how his life is going.
Ma Te is annoyed because Bo Tong isn't answering his phone calls and goes to the kitchen to discover a lunch that Bo Tong made him after cleaning his house. The note says that she used what she found in his fridge. He's surprised to know she remembers his favorite food is egg and she made him a few dishes with them: rolled egg, fried egg, and hard boiled egg
**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
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
Prime Minister and I Episode 2 Recap by Dramabeans:
The ruse begins, and Episode 2 gives us a chance to enjoy the inherent awkwardness in the Odd Couple match-up of two people who just don’t see each other in That Way. At least, not yet, and I’m content to let that play out over time—these two have enough likable charm that I feel pretty confident that I’ll buy the romance once it swings around, but don’t need it to come blazing out of the gates. Not while we have comedy to mine, and there’s certainly plenty of opportunity for that in this setup. I’m particularly fond of the forced smiles Lee Beom-soo has to slap on his face, which are hilariously stilted, and wouldn’t want to trade those for anything.
EPISODE 2 RECAP
Yul pulls Da-jung around the corner just in time to avoid being spotted by the nosy Reporter Byun
Prime Minister and I - Episode 1 Recap by Dramabeans:
Next in the KBS rom-com lineup is Prime Minister and I, whose light and breezy tone took me by surprise. I knew to prepare myself for the cute, but I didn’t expect it to also stir the heartstrings in the first hour. There’s promise and potential in a story that moves fairly quickly that contains both heartwarming and funny notes. And damn, a prime minister has never looked this good.
Even though Prime Minister and I took in last place at 5.9% against its competitors (Empress Ki [♥] led the pack with 20.2% and A Warm Word followed with 6.8%), maybe a contract marriage is just the kind of hijinks medicine I need.
EPISODE 1 RECAP
We open at a banquet hall where preparations are underway, leading up to the arrival of our hero, Prime Minister KWON YUL (Lee Beom-soo) and his wife, NAM DA-JUNG (Yoon-ah), who greet the roomful of dignitaries with a smile
Running Man Episode 175 Recap by Dramabeans:
Who knew that two suspects could be so darn adorable and that being charismatic was a crime? Our cast is on a mission to clear in their names in this escape race that brings us more laughs than tears. They’ll need to use their smarts, strength, and their skills (sometimes lack thereof) to fight for their freedom. ‘Cause no one ever said that would be easy.
EPISODE 175. Broadcast on December 8, 2013.
We start off in prison where our cast members are held captive for their hilariously absurd “crimes,” like Jae-suk’s compulsion to dance whenever there’s music playing or Jong-kook’s uncontrollable urge to coach others