EPISODE 6 RECAP by drama beans
So our married couple spends their first night together with Yul staying up to work while Da-jung sleeps. The following morning, Da-jung encourages a reluctant Man-se to attend kindergarten. She promises him a playdate, but a stern word from his father gets him to grudgingly head off to school.
Calling her a worry (geok-jung), Yul sighs in exasperation and removes a note attached to Da-jung’s back (another one of Na-ra’s pranks). He tells her to stay out of trouble since worrying about national affairs gives him enough of a headache and to stop wearing the hanbok.
He also assigns her to keep a daily log on his children—their thoughts, concerns, behaviors, and so on
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
Mi-rae’s Choice: Episode 15 RECAP by Drama Beans
Se-joo belatedly reveals himself to be Mi-rae’s savior, explaining that he simply wanted to approach her as a man, nothing more. With that, he asks her to accept his feelings. At her silence, he slips the ring on to her finger and hugs her.
Having signed the contract, Shin shows up to work at NTN the next day. He overhears a few employees arguing, but the pretty VP tells him not to worry about it and leads him into his swanky new office.
Se-joo hits yet another roadblock in his plans, so he seeks Grandma’s help with acquiring investments. She notices the ring on his finger (couple rings, perhaps?) and agrees to help, on the grounds that he marries the girl of her choice
The Heirs episode 13 and 14 left Frau, BBSwooner, The Crazy Ahjumma and I with many feelings that can not be expressed in just a few words. We decided to create this post with all our favourite scenes from the two daebak episodes. We will rant, swoon and die as we discuss each scene and why we love it so much. Come and swoon/rant/die with us!!!!
“The Emotional Hug”
Ducky: My first favourite scene is the emotional hug that we waited one whole week for! Why was it such a great scene and delivered so much emotions?
Frau: Yes, I love it! It was full of warmth and comfort as well as reassuring. It also signifies ES accepting Tan not only taking his hand but him as a whole
Now that you’ve gotten an introduction to the story(well somewhat, I know there’s a lead character that hasn’t shown up yet), it’s time to talk about the most recent episodes of The Heirs. Since I have already talked about the must watch scenes from the first two episodes, shall I just talk about what I’ve learned in episodes 3 and 4 so far? Starting from this post, I’ll ask a question and possibly post one of your answers in my next post. On to the goodies(and they are wonderful)…
1. The Kim Family Has Some Serious Issues
This is putting it lightly. In case you haven’t had time(or energy) to read up on the characters and their relationships, especially in the Kim family let give you the simple edition. As you know Won and Tan are half brothers, they share a father
Hi, another great episode to share with. Enjoy!
ES walks into airport to see R hugging T. She turns to leave, but Tan sees her and calls out to her. “Cha Eun Sang, stop right there.”
Eun Sang turns around. T says bye to R, and walks over to ES, R completely forgotten now. T yells at ES for not calling. He wants her number from her. ES looks at R. She says to T that she thanked him and already said bye so don’t leave his fiancé like that to ask her something like that. ES walks past T and R. R looks at T, realizing more how much T likes ES already.
Inside the plane, R goes to E who is filling out the entry form. R is waiting for ES to finishing filling out the form. R says to ES that she is getting a sad hunch that they will see each other again. ES says they will not. R says, “You’re saying that because you don’t know Tan
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?
KBS2TV‘s ‘Oohlala Couple‘ (starring Kim Jung Eun and Shin Hyun Joon) brought in 14.5% of viewer ratings for its second episode
Starts from K putting the ring on her finger and saying it fitsperfectly. This is yours. SYJ bought it in the past. D: YJ shi did?K: now next to me you can waver – if you keep that on I wont go to youagain. I –KKJ- wont ever love you.
M repeats what CS told her. M: your dad said to get married rightnow? CS: yes. my dad said if you arent going to get married then dontmeet again. M: they should get married later when he comes back. He cantnow. she runs off so CS says doctor seo already came back-you said notto oppose so why are you like that.
K: think of it simply. we are going back to the condition in thepast before we switched. you wanted to marry SYJ. D: I gave up cuz Ithought YJ shi didnt want to. so this is my ring? K: if you want toconfirm what SYJ’s heart was then just get married
The new KBS 2 TV Monday Tuesday drama "Tomorrow Cantabile" premiered this Monday on October 13, 2014. From its title, it is evident that the new KBS 2 TV Monday Tuesday drama "Tomorrow Cantabile" is a remake version of the popular Japanese drama "Nodame Cantabile," which is a drama about orchestra. Main actor Joo Won and actress Shim Eun Kyung played a role of an orchestra composer and a pianist. However, the drama seemed to be lacking to be classified as a well made music drama. When compared with good precedents such as the MBC drama "Beethoven Virus" and, more recently, the cable channel JTBC drama "Secret Love Affair," the new KBS 2 TV Monday Tuesday drama "Tomorrow Cantabile" seems to be lacking in the characters" musical talent. Of course, the drama has only aired its first two episodes and has a lot more to show
JI EUN - 25
About 3 weeks ago, SECRET
member Ji Eun
released her single "Don"t Look At Me Like That
." The MV had a mysterious numeral at the end: "25." Well, at least we know what that means now as she has just dropped her new album with that title. Near the end of September, she uploaded a pic onto her Instagram
and wrote, "25. Now it"s the age where I know things. Look forward to the new project
," giving us the idea behind the album.
The album opens with the upbeat, short intro song "Janus
." While the tune is fairly epic, the lyrics are a bit confusing. Janus is the Roman god of beginnings, transitions, doorways, and endings. He is portrayed in art as having two faces. While the title itself would make sense (as it is the beginning track), the lyrics seem to indicate more pliability than two-faced-ness -- such as "I can be anything you want
Success was in the stars for "You Who Came From The Stars" at the 2014 Korea Drama Awards. The alien-human romance took home five awards at the Oct. 1 event.
Kim Soo Hyun, who played the alien Do Min Joon in "You Who Came From The Stars," won the Daesang or Grand Prize. He won the Daesang over Ha Ji Won of "Empress Ki," Lee Min Ho of "The Heirs" and Jo Jae Hyun of "Jeong Do Jeon."
The drama also snagged the Best Drama Award triumphing over the critical and ratings hits "Wang Family," "Jeong Do Jeon," "Empress Ki" and "A Secret Love Affair."
Two of the supporting actors in "You Who Came From The Stars" even took home an award. Model-turned-actor Ahn Jae Hyun was given a New Actor award for his first-ever drama role playing Jun Ji Hyun"s younger brother
It takes a special kind of actor to attempt playing a classical musician. Even if the actor can already play a classical instrument, it"s unlikely that he or she can play at the performance level their characters are said to have achieved. So the actor has to learn his part and his music.
Joo Won is about to play Cha Yoo Jin, the perfectionist music student who dreams of becoming a conductor in the drama "Cantabile Tomorrow," previously called "Nodame Cantabile." Based on the Japanese manga, which has inspired both animated and live action productions, the drama takes place in a music school. Cha Yoo Jin plays the violin and the piano.
To convincingly pull of his role, Joo Won practiced the correct conducting posture non-stop for about five months
As K-Drama fans, we instantly recognize a couple of favorite faces and big names. These are the acting royalty, making up the top tier of Korea"s version of Hollywood, constantly being casted and re-casted as protagonists and basking in the spotlight on our TV/computer screens.
There"s a reason that these actors are always snagging the big roles; they bring life to their characters with a certain style and flair. But as they grow older and move on to take on more mature roles, we have to ask, who will be the second generation of acting royalty? Who are the up-and-coming actors that we can expect to reign in the future? The current princes who can claim the future vacant thrones.
Last time, allkpop rounded up a list of 7 top actresses and their second generation counterparts. Now, here are some of allkpop"s choices for 7 K-Drama Kings and their successors
The 2014 Korea Drama Awards has published its list of nominees and some k-drama favorites are up for awards. Kim Soo Hyun, Jun Ji Hyun, Ha Ji Won, and Lee Min Ho will compete for the Best Actor Award, as contenders are considered from the three major networks as well as the cable channels.
Kim Soo Hyun and Jun Ji Hyun are nominated for "You Who Came From Another Star," while Lee Min Ho will be considered for "The Heirs." Ha Ji Won is also in the running for her role in "Empress Ki."
Contenders in the Best Drama category include "You Who Came From Another Star" Empress Ki," King"s Family," "Jeong Do Jeon" and "Secret Love Affair."
"Jang Bo Ri Is Here, "You Who Came From Another Star," Jeong Dp Jeon," "Reply 1994" and "Secret Love Affair" were nominated for Best Screenwriting
On August 28, Kim Hee Ae, as the representative celebrity of Korea, stepped foot on the red carpet at the Children’s Art Center in Shanghai, China for the grand launching of Montblanc Boheme Ladies Watch Collection.
Together with top global stars such as Australian actor Chris Hemsworth (“Thor”), top model Ana Beatriz Barros, Taiwanese actress Gwei Lun-Mei from “Secret,” and many more, Kim Hee Ae participated in this special evening.
Wearing a beautiful sparkled lavender evening dress, Kim Hee Ae captured the public gaze with her elegance and confidence.
Montblanc invited Kim Hee Ae because “her elegance and sophistication matched best with the elegance and self-confidence expressed by the Boheme collection” and “she is at the height of her popularity due to the recent drama ‘Secret Love Affair
Two of this year"s breakout stars have been chosen to host the 2014 Seoul International Drama Awards. Actors Shin Sung Rok and Jin Se Yeon have been confirmed as masters of ceremonies after impressing audiences with their varied performances during the last year.
Shin Sung Rok first impressed audiences as the cold-hearted antagonist in the sci-fi romance "You Who Came From The Stars." The drama, which co-starred Kim Soo Hyun and Jun Ji Hyun, is a nominee for the Outsanding Korean Drama award. Then Shin Sung Rok did a complete turnaround and played the sweet supportive entertainment agency CEO in "Trot Lovers." The actor was so convincingly nice in that role that viewers almost forgot he ever played a villain.
Although Shin has played both good guys and villains in several dramas and films, he considers himself primarily a musical theater star
Kim So Hyun is the latest actress to star in a drama that features a huge age difference between the leads. The 15-year-old recently discussed what it was like to work with her co-star Chun Jung Myung, who will soon be 34. She was asked what it was like to work with her much-older co-star in "Reset."
They got along well, she said at a press conference for the drama, and it was not at all awkward.
"I was surprised to find he was 19 years older," she said. "I do not feel that at all. I look mature for my age and Chun Jung Myung has a baby face. I don"t think people will sense an age gap when they view us."
In "Reset," Kim So Hyun plays two roles. One of them is Chun Jung Myung"s first love, but he loved her when he was 19
Breaking up is hard to do-especially in a k-drama. Lately, several k-dramas have focused on couples getting back together after a break-up or divorce. A recurring theme in k-dramas is that some couples are fated to be together and no matter how they try to avoid each other they were destined to meet. And in some cases that fate is so strong that it will survive a break-up or even a divorce.
These dramas may also reflect the rising rates of divorce around the world and in Korea. As sad as break-ups and divorces can be in real life, it"s nice to see that k-drama characters can resolve their differences and reconcile.
In the past year viewers have enjoyed the comic antics of couples that broke up then made up in "Emergency Couple" and "Cunning Single Lady