Pretty Man Synopsis
They walk back home and E tells her to go and rest. She asks if he isgoing with her to get the clothes tm but he tells her to go alone cuzhe isnt a sato who will follow a girl ghost around. he goes in and shemutters – that figures. I thought you were too nice to me all day. shelooks at the moon and says –you charlatan old fogey – how could you justgive me two (moons)
Jade and Hades are talking about fishing and food for fish. Jadetosses his line out and asks how is my form – look how all the fishgathered. hades says form wont catch the fish. in fishing the food hasto be good. jade says if I used that I used a good one. he changes thesubject and asks what are you going to do about arang – you have tosend her to heaven like you promised. Hades says I never promised butjade says you did so you are going to keep your promise right. Hadesasks if he has some personal plan to keep Arang in heaven so jade admitsto a personal plan. Jade thinks he caught a fish
This drama draws on Hisaya Nakajo‘s manga series “Hana Kimi“ that was published by Hakusensha from 1996 to 2004. The Korean interpretation centers on Goo Jae Hee (Sulli), a Korean girl who live in the States, but transfers to an all-boys school in Korea.
Jae Hee decides on the transfer after watching a track and field competition on TV, and becomes inspired by high-jump athlete, Kang Tae Joon (Minho). She begins to idolize the young athlete and eventually transfers to Korea to go to the same school after he experiences an injury that may potentially end his athletic career.
How much can a wife endure when her good-for-nothing husband is a womanizer who embarrasses her at every turn? Na Yeo Ok is fed up with the infidelity of her hotelier husband, Go Soo Nam, during their 12-year marriage and demands a divorce. However, a major accident causes the unimaginable to happen – their souls are switched into each other’s bodies. As the couple bumbles around in each other’s identities, will Yeo Ok and Soo Nam develop a deeper understanding of each other?
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Tan ends up back at the empty apartment, the last place he saw Eun Sang, smiling back at him. He remembers what Dad said to him after the meeting- “Don’t forget this day. You lost that child today as the consequence of the sword you wielded.” Tears start to fall silently out of Tan’s eyes first, but as the sobs rise in his chest, Tan pants for breath and he falls on his knees. He clutches his chest as he cries.
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Another tense week! This writer may be a rookie but she definitely knows what she’s doing. I learned the writer for the synopsis is Choi Ho Chul and the main script writer is Yoo Bo Ra. (thanks so much, @cynkdf!) The dialogue is refreshingly clear and sensible, which is amazing. I love each episode more than the previous, which is rare for me in K-drama watching.
Min Hyuk goes searching for Yoo Jung at the bakery. He runs inside, calling “Substitute” and then calls out her full name. He hears a noise. He opens a bedroom door to see her sitting on the floor, banging her head repeatedly against the wall. He puts his hand between her head and the wall but she sobs harder. He pulls her into his arms and just holds her while she cries out.
[Video] Added "Truly Pretty" Nam Sang-mi music video and preview video for the Korean movie "Slow Video"
Added “Truly Pretty” Nam Sang-mi music video and preview video for the upcoming Korean movie “Slow Video”
“Slow Video” (2014)
Directed by Kim Yeong-tak
With Cha Tae-hyeon, Nam Sang-mi, Oh Dal-soo, Ko Chang-seok, Jin Kyeong, Yooyoung,…
This is the second movie made by the Hollywood major 20th Century Fox, directed by Kim Yeong-tak and starring Cha Tae-hyeon from “Hello Ghost“.
“Have you ever sworn something on your heart? Have you had a purpose to help the world? If not, then you should lay your sword down.”
Wang So (Jang Hyuk), alone in the storage room at Chunghae Trading Company, searches for the ledgers he needs, but ends up accidentally knocking over multiple chests and shelves. When Shin Yool (Oh Yeon Seo), still dressed as Gaebong, enters the room and sees him sifting through her goods, she gets angry with the assumption that he’s stealing. Turns out, Wang So is just frantically looking for his lost talisman – the butterfly pendant.
“That is the reason swords are necessary in this world. That is the reason why a nation needs a King who will create bloodshed.”
Wang So (Jang Hyuk) and Shin Yool (Oh Yeon Soo) successfully sneaks into the palace library. While she’s mesmerized by all the supply of books, he’s completely mesmerized by her, but he snaps himself out of it long enough to slip away while Shin Yool’s absorbed in her reading.
Wang Wook (Lim Ju Hwan) tells Shin Yool (Oh Yeon Seo) why he kept her gender a secret from Wang So (Jang Hyuk) and hugs her. He asks her to wait for him before he leaves to meet Wang So, who is curious about the person who trained him. Wang Wook lies and says he learned from a wandering warrior. Before he could leave, Wang So asks him why he kept the fact that Gaebong was a woman from him. Wang Wook is honest and says he wants her as his woman and wants his brother to back away. However, Wang So says she’s already his. He says it doesn’t matter whether she’s Gaebong or the assistant head; he won’t bother if she chooses Wook, but he tells him that it won’t happen. Wang Wook promises that Shin Yool will go to him and leaves.
Added the upcoming Korean drama “Snowy Road”“s page to HanCinema database
“Snowy Road” (2015)
Directed by Lee Na-jeong
Written by Yoo Bo-ra
Network : KBS
With Kim Hyang-ki, Kim Sae-ron, Kim Yeong-ok, Jang Young-nam, Seo Yeong-joo-I, Jo Soo-hyang,…
2 episodes – Sat, Sun 22:30
The drama depicts the sad and beautiful friendship between two friends: Jong-boon, who was tired of the poverty during the Japanese occupation, and her pretty and smart friend, Yeong-ae from the same village, whom Jong-boon adores.
“I know what you’re afraid of. But no matter what happens, I’ll protect you.”
A distressed Shin Yool (Oh Yeon Seo) quietly slips away for some alone time from the celebration taking place at Chunghae Trading Company on the night where Wang So (Jang Hyuk) and his royal wife, Hwang Bo Yeo Won (Lee Ha Nui), have been ordered to consummate their five year marriage.
Having no intentions of actually doing so, Wang So tells Yeo Won to take the bed while he sleeps at the dining table. She, instead, asks him to be her drinking buddy this time around, reminding him of their wedding night where he left her all alone.
“Someone’s right can be someone else’s wrong. People just have different perspectives from where they’re standing.”
Princess Yeo Won (Lee Ha Nui) completely loses her composure as she tells Wang So (Jang Hyuk) about the competitive style of living she, along with all of the other prince and princesses, had to endure as they grew up in the palace. She also admits that her attempt to kill Shin Yool (Oh Yeon Seo) stemmed from her desire to protect him by covering up his Gaebong marriage. In response, Wang So simply tells her to start over, that his knowledge of her poisoning the king and her knowledge of his marriage balances them out.
Wang So (Jang Hyuk) figures out Wang Shik Ryeom’s (Lee Deok Hwa) plan to use the Chunghae Village as he heads back to the capital and find Shin Yool (Oh Yeon Seo), who is in the mountains with Baek Myo (Kim Sun Young). Her illness has gotten worse and the doctor tells Wang Wook (Lim Ju Hwan) that she may die soon. She says that Wang So has to think she’s dead in order to continue down his path.
Not one to be left out on updates. Yeo Won (Lee Honey) finds out from Cheong Ok (Na Hye Jin) about the plan to cause a riot which is set in motion. By planting spies and having word go around about Shin Yool’s death, the villagers begin to panic. Then one of their own is killed by a Red assassin, making their paranoia worse. The villagers decide to fight. Operation Cause A Riot, in full swing.
SB Mid-Year Review, 2015: Dramas Get Some Cliché Love Written by Alolika On July 9, 2015
While MVs and albums attempt to churn out wonders within the span of three minutes and an hour, respectively, K-dramas sit back, wonder, smoke a cigar and get down to working on minute intricacies.
Reinvention of popular tropes, a deluge of idols, the rise of thriller romance, the influence of OSTs and a little unexplainable something — writers Joyce, Irteqa and Alolika feel that K-dramas so far have successfully reestablished older trends in more polished colours.
Park search engine optimization Joon and Hwang Jung Eum are back in aggregate in MBC’s latest Wednesday-Thursday drama, “She Was Pretty,” as early life friends who were separated for years until Park Seo Joon’s personality (Ji Sung Joon) returns to Korea to notice his first love, Kim Hye Jin (Hwang Jung Eum). Hye Jin will have to feel loose right? Well, she is, excluding she realizes her “good” looks are long beyond thank you to her father’s dominant “ugly” genes and her childhood friend has grown up to be a shockingly hot guy. So what’s a woman to do? She enlists her best friend Min Ha Ri (Go Joon Hee) to play her, of course. The synopsis is already without equivalent install for hijinks and the ones traditional drama moments where the leads in the end end up in close proximity, yet what are each another reasons to look at this new romantic comedy? Well…
Added episode 1 for the Korean drama “She Was once once Pretty”
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“She Changed into Pretty” (2015) Directed by way of Jeong Dae-yoon Written by Jo Seong-hee Network : MBC With Hwang Jeong-eum, Park Seo-joon, Ko Joon-hee, Choi Si-won, Yoon Yoo-seon, Suh Jung-yeon,… Wed, Thu 22:00 incessantly known as “She Was once Beautiful” Synopsis A drama about a girl who used to be outstandingly beautiful, going by way of an negative industry in beauty and reuniting with her first love. Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/09/16
Added episode 3 for the Korean drama “She used to be Pretty”
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“She Change into Pretty” (2015) Directed thru Jeong Dae-yoon Written through Jo Seong-hee Network : MBC With Hwang Jeong-eum, Park Seo-joon, Ko Joon-hee, Choi Si-won, Yoon Yoo-seon, Suh Jung-yeon,… Wed, Thu 22:00 continuously usually called “She used to be Beautiful” Synopsis A drama about a woman who used to be outstandingly beautiful, going thru an negative industry in beauty and reuniting with her first love. Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/09/16
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There are in spite of everything a couple of information about the plot of the impending drama “Uncontrollably Fond.”
This week the drama”s 4 leading actors met with production officials and the manufacturers printed some persona information. The drama”s stars Kim Woo Bin, Suzy Bae and Lim Joo Eun met with manufacturers on November 10.
Kim Woo Bin will play a most productive actor and singer named Shin Joon Young. Shin is smart, talented and handsome. Suzy will play a documentary director named No Eul. Her persona lacks the self-confidence to get up to the ones that are more robust than her. She has let cash get in the manner of telling the truth.
Added episode 14 for the Korean drama “She used to be Pretty”
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“She Change into Pretty” (2015) Directed by means of ability of Jeong Dae-yoon Written by means of Jo Seong-hee Network : MBC With Hwang Jeong-eum, Park Seo-joon, Ko Joon-hee, Choi Si-won, Park Choong-seon, Lee Il-hwa,… 16 episodes – Wed, Thu 22:00 often referred to as “She Was Beautiful” Synopsis A drama about a woman who used to be outstandingly beautiful, going by means of way of an unfavorable substitute in beauty and reuniting with her first love. Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/09/16
Profile Name: 안재모 / Ahn Jae Mo Profession: Actor and singer Birthdate: 1979-Sep-20 Height: 177cm Weight: 64kg Star sign: Virgo Blood type: AB
TV Shows King Geunchogo (KBS1, 2010) Freedom Fighter, Lee Hoe Young (KBS1, 2010) Hometown Legends (KBS2, 2009) Innocent You (SBS, 2008) Hometown Legends (KBS, 2008) The King and I (SBS, 2007) Yeon Gae Somun (SBS, 2006) She is Cool (KBS, 2003) Scent of a Man (MBC, 2003) Rustic Period (SBS, 2002) Mina (KBS2, 2001) Tears of the Dragon (KBS1, 2001) Pretty Lady (KBS2, 2001) Magic Castle (KBS2, 1999) March (SBS, 1999) School (KBS, 1999) King and Queen (KBS1, 1998)
Movies The City of Violence (2006, cameo) The Legend of Seven Cutter / Escaping from Charisma (2006) Haan (2005) My Wife Is a Gangster (2001) Humanist (2001) Nowhere to Hide (1999, cameo) Dr. K (1998)
Recognitions 2002 SBS Drama Awards: Daesang 2002 SBS Drama Awards: Top 10 Stars 2001 SBS Drama Awards: Excellence Award
Trivia Education: Danguk University He launched a singing career in 2003.