Kdrama Three Days: Episode 2 RECAP by Drama Beans
In the woods, a SWAT team sweeps the area with dogs as a man flees for cover.
Inside the presidential villa, Security Team Leader Ham sits with his shirt off after bandaging a wound in his arm. He growls that the suspect in the assassination attempt against the president has been spotted: “It’s Secret Service agent Han Tae-kyung.”
And back in the woods, we see that it’s Tae-kyung who’s being chased by the army of agents. Crud.
90 minutes earlier. March 5. 8:00 PM.
We go back to the moment of the blackout, this time from the Secret Service agents’ perspective from inside the villa. They scramble to get communications back up to check on the president’s status when the shots ring out: one, two, three
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Seung-nyang continued to have nightmares and showed the new bruise she got on her neck to Taltal (Why am I getting a couple vibe from these two?!). Taltal had ordered for his men to find the shaman in the capital and told Seung-nyang about the tag for the Grim Reaper with her name on it, which would be hidden somewhere around her quarters. The maids conducted a search around her quarters and started digging the compound; however, nothing was found yet. Ta-hwan got to know about the curse after witnessing Seung-nyang having the nightmare and choking him in the process. He also thought that Tanashiri was the only person who would do such thing and he couldn’t stand still, watching her in that kind of suffering
Idol group B.A.P just revealed the theme for their two concert performances in Seoul, “B.A.P Live On Earth 2014,” to be held on March 8 and 9.
On February 26, a video titled “Bang Yong Guk’s way for a better world” was uploaded on B.A.P’s official Facebook. The video, as the title suggests, shows the B.A.P leader setting an example for the creation of a better world through charity and setting precedence. It celebrates Bang Yong Guk’s selection as one of the 7 finalists in the ‘Activism’ category for the Shorty Awards, and showcases footage from the leader’s activities and tireless efforts.
At the end of the video, we see the sentence “Earth Needs You,” reflecting back on the concert posters for the individual B
B.A.P are pumping up fans for their upcoming concert as they reveal the secret keywords they"ve been hinting at through the individual posters!
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The group will meet BABYs during their "B.A.P LIVE ON EARTH SEOUL 2014" at SK Olympic Handball Stadium on March 8-9. The two-day concert will be live streamed via closed circuit television in theaters across Taiwan, Hong Kong, and Japan.
To make the event more interactive, the boys have been hinting on the theme for their concert through individual posters with fill-in-the-blank keywords starting with leader Bang Yong Guk, who also gave clues through his "Shorty Awards" finalist video for activism
After the series of concert teaser releases, B.A.P finally unveiled the theme of its upcoming concert as ‘Earth Needs You.’
On February 26, B.A.P uploaded a video on its official Facebook page titled, “Bang Yong Guk’s way for a better world.” The video was created to commemorate Bang Yong Guk becoming one of the seven finalists for the Shorty Awards in Activism through all of his good deeds to make the world a better place.
At the end, the video revealed the words ‘Earth Needs You,’ highlighting as the theme of the concert. Since February 21, B.A.P has been releasing posters with ‘Earth Needs ______’ provoking lots of curiosity in an event in which fans could try to fill in the blanks.
In the past, B.AP has held large-scale concerts with unique concert concept.Just as before, B
The wildly popular series “Man from the Stars” has recently revealed some intriguing behind-the-scenes and casting secrets such as how Jun Ji Hyun convinced Kim Soo Hyun to join the cast, Park Hae Jin‘s last minute role change and more.
It’s safe to say that “Man from the Stars” is quite possibly the most popular TV program at the moment. Jun Ji Hyun and Kim Soo Hyun’s amazing chemistry and acting have led viewers to laugh and cry for each episode. In just four episodes, the drama surpassed the 20% viewership mark.
Here are some of the casting secrets that have been revealed for the first time.
1. The PD and Main Writer Only Had Eyes for Jun Ji Hyun, What Made Jun Ji Hyun Say OK?
It was revealed that Jang Tae Yoo PD and writer Park Ji Eun have not thought of anyone else to play the role of Chun Song Yi but only had eyes for Jun Ji Hyun
The episode begins with Min Joon reassuring Song Yi that he will be staying by her side. They hug and he’s shocked by a premonition where he disappears into thin air. Yikes! Writers, we know he might die but do you have to give us a visual and ruin the moment? She senses that something’s wrong but he just suggests that they go somewhere quiet, repeating Yoon Jae’s words from a previous conversation. While there are a lot of benefits that come with dating alien, the lack of privacy isn’t one of them.
Jae Kyung keeps his cool when confronted by his ex-wife, brother and the cops. She accuses him of locking her up for seven years but he denies it and cautions them against relying on the words of a sick woman. He walks out and is followed by his younger brother who begs him to confess and explain what is going on. He needs him to do right and tell him something that makes sense so that he can still love his hyung
On the bus, Chun-soo is dead asleep as Jin-hee positions his head back on her shoulder. Chang-min pulls up next to the bus in his car at a stoplight, but neither Chang-min nor Jin-hee see each other. The bus jerks Chun-soo awake and Jin-hee feigns sleep. He nudges her awake, with an “Asleep already?” and she makes a big show of yawning and stretching.As the two order breakfast, Chun-soo tells Jin-hee that she should go do medical volunteer work on an island somewhere. “I think that’s the best fit for you,” he says. Jin-hee replies, “I’d like that. But I’d like to finish my internship first.” She hesitates for a moment before asking, “What’s going to happen to me now?” Chun-soo’s answer is noncommittal, and not particularly comforting: “That depends on your fate.”When the restaurant ajumma mistakenly assumes that Jin-hee is Chun-soo’s “pretty wife,” both Jin-hee and Chun-soo share an awkward moment
Confirmations are in for Jin Se-yeon (Age of Feeling), who was offered the lead in SBS’s spring Monday-Tuesday drama Doctor Stranger opposite Lee Jong-seok. She’s signed on to play the heroine (and her doppelganger, naturally), which means the show finally has a leading foursome secured. The casting isn’t terribly exciting, though it makes perfect sense that they went from Park Min-young to Jin Se-yeon, because they’re pretty interchangeable in my mind.
Doctor Stranger is the medical spy melodrama from PD Jin Hyuk of Master’s Sun and City Hunter and writer Park Jin-woo of Conspiracy in the Court. It stars Lee Jong-seok as a North Korean doctor who defected to the South and gets treated as an outsider in the hospital where he works
You From Another Star Ep18 live Recap by Softy
Starts from MJ walking up the steps and watching SY call out for him. he just stands there watching her. then he goes over and asks why are you calling so much. she asks where he went. MJ: I felt stuffy so I went for a walk. SY: i was alarmed that you left. he asks where would I go. SY: it felt like you left. even if you go that you would leave without saying a word or saying bye.MJ: i wont go – i wont leave you behind and leave. I will stay here. she asks what that means. MJ: I wont go. even after a month or two months so don’t be nervous/anxious. SY: will you be ok if you dont gohttp://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=s-1juv1fzs0 He has an image of himself lying on the ground and he starts to disappear -feet first then his hands like he is dissolving
Today is Valentine"s Day
You know what that means. Chocolates, flowers, teddy bears... Well.... if we had a significant other, maybe. Thankfully for the rest of us who happen to be single, we can overdose on ice cream and chocolate by our lonely selves and live vicariously through drama couples. For this Valentine"s Day, we decided to look at some of the drama couples with relationships that we dreamed of having (SPOILERS BELOW)!
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The Couple with the Worst Timing
Sung Shi Won (A Pink"s Eunji) and Yoon Yoon Jae (Seo In Guk) of "Reply 1997" by contagion
HE WAS TOO EARLY
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
Emergency Couple - Episode 5 - 6 Recap by Couch-Kimchi:
This week made it clear that I need more from this couple. It’s strange that I’m not seeing the passion to be a Doctor in Chang Min that I see from Jin-Hee. Although we learn her reason for getting into medicine was twisted, she does exhibit a natural desire to help people along with raw talent. And I’m not the only one who noticed – our grumpy, over-worked resident Cheon-Soo noticed.
Cheon-Soo prepares to answer questions about the elevator incident, while Chang Min tries to accept all the blame. Chang Min’s Mother, Sung Sook is brought into the ER after taking too many anti-anxiety pills, which she did after arguing with Chang Min’s Father. Jin-Hee rushes forward to help and finds herself looking into the face of the monster who made her one year of marriage a living hell
SM Entertainment seems to love MBC"s "We Got Married." While Taemin recently ended his run on the show and Heechul joined the "Global Edition," SHINee"s Key was finally granted his wish to appear on the program, as well! Like Heechul, he will be featured in "We Got Married - Global Edition," according to MBC on February 10.
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Meanwhile, through the preliminary interview with the production team, Key said, "Rather than focusing on looks, my ideal type is someone outgoing with whom I could communicate well. I like a woman who is certain of her likes and dislikes."
Key"s future "wife" has not yet been decided and the production team has revealed that they will securely keep her identity a secret until the first filming takes place
Emergency Couple Episode 3 - 4 Recap by Couch-Kimchi:
This week offered so much depth and interesting information about what really went wrong between Chang Min and Jin Hee. I know there’s more to see and we personally can’t wait to discover more. When two passionate individuals collide, we can expect a thrill like no other.
Tessieroo: Jin Hee inadvertently shocks Chang Min, he falls to the ground unconscience. Cheon-Soo rushes to his side. He’s placed on a gurney and his shirt is cut open to place electrodes on his chest. *stares, slack-jawed at Jin Hyuk’s massive chest*
Leila: Just as I thought, shocking Chang Min wasn’t intentional. I guess because of the urgency of the moment, all Jin Hee could think of is saving Chang Min
Fans may love the Monday Couple on SBS′ Running Man, but Gary isn′t the only man Song Ji Hyo has cozied up to on the show.
As this week’s Star of the Week, here is a look into some of Song Ji Hyo’s coupley moments with some other boys who took her heart on Running Man.
Song Ji Hyo’s secret couple mission with Lee Jong Suk
After starring in the Hot Young Bloods, Lee Jong Suk appeared as a guest on Running Man, with the day’s concept being ‘hot romance in the countryside.′
That day, he received a special mission to have a secret date with a girl, who turned out to be none other than ′ace′ Song Ji Hyo.
Given missions to lock their arms, hold hands and carry out a ′forehead kiss′ without anyone noticing, the two managed to maneuver themselves into completing the missions
Daily dramas are tricky. They’re usually 100 plus episodes, so many characters you need a flow-chart and are often based on family dynamics. The plus’s are they’re usually only 30 minutes long, which is very easy to fit into my evenings. Since I fast-forward through any parts of the story I’m not interested in – that leaves me with maybe 15 actual minutes of hard-core drama. *kekeke*
Melody of Love, airing on KBS caught my eye because of two of the actors. Baek Sung-hyun, who I remembered from “White Christmas” and “Queen Insoo” and Kim Hye-Ok, who always (and I mean always) plays the screechy, screaming (literally) horrible Mom. I decided to check it out and snoozed my way through the early episodes. Until around episode 30 when it hit me what this drama was about: Two sisters in love with the same man
Woot, here’s our first glimpse of Park Yoochun playing a presidential bodyguard for his new drama Three Days. He really does look rather secret-agenty in that suit, doesn’t he? Production is now full steam ahead for SBS’s new suspense thriller and the latest stills show Yoochun’s first scene with powerhouse actor Sohn Hyun-joo (Empire of Gold), who will be playing the president. It finally feels real, which means I officially get to be excited.
Three Days comes from the writer of Sign and Ghost and the PD of Tree With Deep Roots, and follows the harrowing three days during which the president disappears on our hero’s watch. The mysterious disappearance from the presidential villa is accompanied by the sound of gunshots, and Yoochun will race against the clock to solve the mystery, recover the president, and not die
Age of Feeling: Episode 8 recap by drama beans
In order to help Jung-tae learn how to fight against swords, Boss Hwang takes him to the gibang to meet Ajusshi Choi. Though Jung-tae’s known him for a while, he seems unaware of Ajusshi’s past as a guard for the Korean Empire (which ended in 1910 when Japan annexed Korea).
So Ajusshi Choi takes Jung-tae under his tutelage, and despite what I thought, Jung-tae isn’t trying to learn how to use a sword, but to fight unarmed against one. Sorry if this is a stupid question, but… why wouldn’t he want to use a sword even just as a shield instead of relying on his squishy human flesh for protection?
But Jung-tae answers that question by learning Ajusshi Choi’s lessons with lightning-quick accuracy, and in the end, wins the fight with his fists
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11 preview nextview And we’re back on track with the awesome in episode 15 of You Who Came From the Stars
Chun Song Yi’s back, Do Min Joon is jealous (all the time), and we get a little surprise at the end of the episode that made us squeal out loud (like really).
Check out what we choice as our top 10 moments!! Chun Song Yi:
: There is a man who’s kind of like you.
There was this anxiety of not knowing when he’ll disappear.
But it’s over. I liked him alone.
: I don’t know who that punk is, but I’m sure you’re not alone.
You are my daughter. I’m sure he likes you. Chun Song Yi
: You don’t even know anything