Sinopsi A Well Grown Daughter Hana Episode 1
Arang – A
bang wool -B
Eun Oh -E
Dol Swe – D
Lord Choi – Choi
E’s mom – lady Seo – Seo
her reaper – MR (short for E’s “mom’s reaper”)
Jade Emperor – Jade
Mu Young -M (his sister’s name is Mu Yeon so it’s really hard to hear the difference)
LSR -arang’s real name
Starts from choi entering and being greeted. Choi says how this placeis old so if you are uncomfortable let me know but E says I will takecare of it so don’t pay any attention to it. Choi asks why did you askto meet but E says I didn’t ask you – I summoned you. they talk aboutthe grave and E asks why choi got involved and interfered with a murderinvestigation by covering up the site and destroying evidence. Choi asksdo you think the villagers don’t know about that grave – they all know.he says how there was a terrible massacre at one time so it’s not amurder scene, but just a mass grave. He couldn’t stand by and watch thevillagers go through the pain of reliving it by having it dug up again.E: you expect me to believe that. choi says I don’t want this villageshaken up and want it to be quiet. E: for who’s sake do you want thisvillage to be quiet. His words anger choi
Starts from M asking – are you KJ? D comes in and calls out his name.M cries and says: are you really KJ? KJ ah. She hugs K. suddenly shefaints so K carries her to his bed. D says she must have gotten hurt andwas shocked. she looks at the wound and says look at the blood. shemust have been scratched by the glass. thank goodness it doesnt lookserious huh? K says I cant look at blood. I will go buy medicine so takecare of M
CS tries to call M but she isnt picking up. maybe I should have gone with her.
Actress Park Han Byul has chopped off her lovely locks for the first time in 11 years since her debut for her new drama.
Park Han Byul’s long, straight hair was her trademark so this change of hair is becoming a hot topic. Her new style is for the upcoming SBS daily drama, “A Well Grown Daughter,” where she will play the role of Jang Hana (who also goes by the name Jang Eun Sung).
“A Well Grown Daughter” is about a daughter of a big corporation, Jang Hana, who has to pretend to be a son (Jang Eun Sung), in order to inherit the company.
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ES goes outside to throw out garbage. She sees Tan standing in front of the café with a dazed look and tears brimming in his eyes. She looks at him silently, feeling what he feels, as he struggles to breathe with the tears rising in his throat and his chest squeezing in pain. ES starts to cry, and tears fall on both ES and Tan’s cheeks, mirroring each other.
Tan has arrived just outside the broadcast room. Through the door window, he can see YD, and he realizes that ES is in there too. He tries to get it, but YD locks the door. Tan kicks the door furiously, yelling at YD to open the door before he kills him.
Inside, ES asks YD to open the door. YD replies, “When I said I would torture all those around you, it included Kim Tan. And me.”
Tan finally kicks the door open, and telling ES to get out, punches YD. I noticed here that YD has pushed ES behind him so she doesn’t get hurt, knowing Tan is going to beat him up. Tan picks up a chair to hit Young Do, but ES desperately grabs Tan’s waist to stop him. “Don’t do this.” Meanwhile, YD never fights back, steps back, or drops his gaze from ES.
Kdrama Pretty Man: Episode 1 Recap by dramabeans
In a fancy high-rise apartment overlooking the city, a woman dressed to the nines paws hungrily at a man who looks rather bored by the proceedings. This is our titular pretty man DOKKO MATTEI (Jang Geun-seok).
As she unbuttons his shirt, she offers to buy Mattei a car, and he brings the date to a screeching halt. He sighs that she sees him as all the others do—as someone who’ll do anything to get nice things from women.
If you’re here, I’m going to assume you’ve seen the show, so let’s dive right in.
A major theme of the drama is the role of god/time/fate, whatever that force is that refuses to let Sun-woo change things to his will, even if presumably that very god/time/fate has permitted a world wherein time-traveling incense sticks exist in the first place. Quibbles. (But honestly, talk about entrapment.)
This force is not treated as a religious or paranormal power, and in fact it’s not an overt character in the drama. The characters speak of a god, but the drama doesn’t explicitly show some external force acting upon the world; it’s more of an interpretation than a hard-and-fast explanation. So while we (and the characters) infer that some generic higher power is displeased at the disruption, the issue is more about retaining a cosmic balance rather than a direct punishment-reward dichotomy.
Nine: Series review
To get a fuller intro into the show, you can catch our recaps for Episode 1 and Episode 2, but I’ll give an abbreviated setup anyway:
Our hero is Park Sun-woo (Lee Jin-wook), a successful news anchor who sees every scenario through a no-nonsense, facts-first lens. He has an older brother who’s a wandering lost soul, as weak-willed as Sun-woo is strong; his ailing mother lives in a nursing home with dementia; and his father, a hospital director, was killed twenty years ago in a fire.
“Empress Ki” – Recap Week 4 (Episode 7 – 8) by Couch-Kimchi:
I’m continually amazed at the story progression and the pace of this drama – things move quickly. That suits me just fine – I hate repetition, flashbacks upon flashbacks, long silent staring and no character development. Having said that, I don’t expect much just yet – it’s still very early.
In episode 7, our creepy brother Ki-Se “smells” that Ki is a woman and rips open her shirtt. He orders her dressed and brought to his tent, while Byung-Soo stares at Ki like he can’t believe it. Two of the Goryeo slaves are brought in to dress her up and apply make-up. She’s brought to Ki-Se’s quarters and he’s momentarily speechless at her beauty. She’s forced to her knees, her hands tied.
Korean Drama The Heirs (Inheritors) Episode 20 Recap by joonni
Tan and Young Do stand apart, but together, looking out into the city. YD finally breaks the silence: “It’s cold.” He’s describing the weather, but it is also how he feels. Tan adds, “It’s cold…and dark.” Silence falls between them again as they each try to fight off the cold and dark feeling hovering over them because of their fathers.
At a cafe, Tan discusses his situation with a woman, who we learn is a lawyer. Tan doesn’t trust the lawyers at Jeguk anymore, and he wants this new lawyer’s help transferring legal proxy rights to Won from JS for his stocks.
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. She also made rice and placed peas in the shape of a heart, he says she’s playing with the food and proceeds to remove them before becoming impatient and starts scarfing down his food. His phones rings and he answers without looking thinking it’s Bo Tong, he starts berating “her” and asking why she’s not answering his call when his friend finally gets to say something. He looks at his phone to see it was not her and then straightens up and changes his tone. His friend tells him to come meet right away or else he’s going to pester him for the rest of his life. Ma Te shows up and the friend tells him he could open up a Most Beautiful Man shop and starts selling the area saying a lot of women pass by here everyday. The shop owner tells him he will rent out the place for a month and since he has a lease still, the rent would just go to him. I can see where this will go wrong. At home, Bo Tong is eating with her mom and brother when Mom mentions she didn’t come home last night. Bo Tong smiles and says she spent the night at Ma Te’s house. There is zero reaction from them so she tries to get a reaction by saying her grown daughter spent the night with a man. Mom hilariously says it’s Ma Te so she knows nothing happened, little bro Dae Shik says that Ma Te has standards and gets hit. Mom tells him that’s going to make his sister feel bad, everyone has standards. Bo Tong says that makes her feel bad. She notices the galbi they’re eating isn’t from their restaurant, Mom says she ordered from a home shopping network. This gives her an idea. The next day, Bo Tong goes to MG and nearly hits a security guard with one of the mannequin feet. He asks who she is and she gives her name. He laughs and says she’s not normal (Botong means normal/average) and she swears that’s her name. He leads her outside where she buys them drinks and they sit outside. She tells him her reasons for being there, the guard tells her that she needs to see a merchandising director. He points out a nice car in the parking lot and says that the guy is busy that he doesn’t have the time to clean his car then points to the car next to it saying that is an unsuccessful MD because it’s an older car and is dirty. Bo Tong disagrees saying that the dirt looks good enough to last all year, meaning it’s purposely dirty. She gets the bright idea to clean the director’s car with the socks, but the guard stops her saying that it won’t do any good since he’s always busy she’ll never get to see him. He grabs the sock and starts wiping the older car and Bo Tong screams “No!” and the car owner shows up and is visibly upset. It’s the guy who bought the hat and wig from her, David Choi. The security guard huffs that he’s ungrateful then walks off. Bo Tong apologizes and offers to buy him lunch, but it has to be under $5. Meanwhile Ma Te is at home thinking about the rent for the shop, it’s $3000 for the month. Ma Te you really are naive, aren’t you? David takes Bo Tong to what she thinks is like a bed and breakfast, but it turns out to be his house. He says he lives in the tent in the backyard while the house is a storage place. He was hesitant to say anything because he thought she’d think he was weird, but she says no. As they’re eating, she tells him why she’s trying to sell the socks. You can see his heart drop a little when she mentions it’s for an oppa she likes. David is a MD for the cleaning and household products department. Ma Te calls and she gets up to leave. David gives her a ride and she promises to treat him next time when they exchange numbers. When Ma Te comes to pick her up, I can already feel the sadness David feels when he sees her excited to see her oppa. After a while Ma Te questions her about that strange car she got out of and she says he bought something from her and she saw him when she was cleaning a car. She then says it’s like looking in a mirror, she feels like he’s the male version of her. Ma Te says that she shouldn’t hitch rides from guys in Seoul, they’re dangerous. Bo Tong quips that he’s more dangerous then acts like she didn’t say anything when he looks at her. His reason for calling this time: He wants her to sell his watch and get no less than $4000 since it cost him $6000 ( Though I imagine Jaek Hee bought it). As he’s waiting outside and randomly posing for the women who pass by, Bo Tong comes out and yells that they won’t give that much and he’ll get $3000 at most. He’s embarrassed and drives off, leaving her. He’s waiting at a restaurant for Jaek Hee, who is late due to her latest buy. He says that he understands her work, but he’s tired of waiting. She can take it all, house and car. He then walks out. She’s sitting there calling after him. You’re a serious pro, dude. As she’s sitting alone, Jaek Hee looks at her watch that she bought from Electric Fairy who said that as long as she wears it, his heart will belong to her. Then we see Jaek Hee sitting in front of Electric Fairy telling her she’s marrying Ma Te. Miss Fairy says it’s too fast and marriage isn’t what she meant. We then hear the Fairy’s thoughts: If a millionaire proposes, what bastard will say no? Then she thinks to herself that she still has lots of talismans to sell. She blurts out that if Jaek Hee goes ahead with the wedding, her money will begin to leak. Bo Tong meets Ma Te at the store and hands him an envelop with $3208, he asks if she sold the watch and she says no, it’s money she saved up to buy him a car, but he already has one now. He looks like he’s reluctant to take it, he promises to pay her back as soon as they make money. However, later on when she’s setting up the store, 2 men enter and demand the rent saying she owes 3 months worth of rent. Bo Tong insists that they already paid the owner, but one asks how when the owner is standing in front of her. She says they paid the man who was there previously, the men call that ahjussi a conman. They attempt to take everything down, but Bo Tong fights to stop them. Afterwards, she’s apologizing to Ma Te for things gone wrong, but he says why when he’s the one who was naive about it all. He notices she’s cut her forehead in the process and helps her into the car – all with Yu Ra watching who’s simply saying he’s suffered a lot. That night Jaek Hee stops by Ma Te’s place and proposes to him promising that he’ll live in luxury the rest of his life. He calls Yu Ra to tell her the news, she’s not happy and tells him that he’s still very immature and doesn’t know what real money is. She then says Jaek Hee won’t marry him and he thinks she’s jealous. Yu Ra warns him that the warehouse of socks will always be there as a reminder of his failure. Yu Ra’s ex-hubby is sitting in his office when Hong Ran comes in. It’s very obvious they don’t get along and he tells her that the next time she wants to stop him from attending a meeting then send someone who’s actually his type. Her smile fades a little, but she plays it off like she has no idea what he’s talking about. He’s not dumb and knows what she’s up to. Afterwards, in her own office she comments that he’s going through puberty now. Wow She’s upset that he’s not her puppet anymore. Yu Ra’s daughter is having a birthday party and Yu Ra is watching from the sidelines. Hong Ran comes in and bitter words are exchanged. Yu Ra says that she’s the one who sent Ma Te to her office, but she guesses that she knows that since she knows Hong Ran has people following. The next day (I’m guessing), Ma Te is getting dressed for a day out with Jaek Hee. While walking in the park and he wonders if she’s going to be happy. She says as long as she has him. He suggests that they go register their marriage. Jake Hee is happy. Meanwhile, David is at work wearing the socks on his hands while his his coworkers are snickering and wondering why he’s wearing them. He wondering to himself why socks since household products are the trend…and he gets an idea but we don’t get to hear it because we cut to Bo Tong going through pictures of Ma Te on her phone when she drops it behind her bed when it starts to ring. She’s worried that Ma Te is calling her, so she grabs the mannequin leg with one of the socks on it. After she retrieves her phone she stares at the dirty sock and then realizes who is calling her. When she answers, her and David both say cleaning sock at the same time. Bo Tong tries to call to tell Ma Te her idea, but he cuts her off saying not to sell the socks anymore. He invites her for lunch the next day. During lunch he says don’t bring up the socks anymore and drops the bomb that he’s getting married. She’s stunned into silence, but manages to ask about his fiancee since he’s never talked about her. She asks him if he loves her, but figures it’s about money. He gives her back the money she lent him explaining that the she owns at least 10 buildings. He admits to not knowing whether he loves her, but asks what about love. She smiles and tells him to be happy and she’ll try to do the same and uses her working hard for that money as an example of her being happy. He looks a little guilty, but hides it. Cue to Bo Tong walking in her room crying. She sits at her desk and looks at a picture of a male model in a suit and says Ma Te is going to look handsome in a tuxedo and bow ties don’t suit him. Hahaha, what?! She then says come to your senses. That same day, Jaek Hee gets a disturbing call regarding a building she has just acquired then she remembers Electric Fairy’s warning about her money leaking. Then she takes Ma Te to meet the fairy since she asked to meet him. He’s skeptical and scoffing because she’s young. Electric Fairy tells him not to close the door because a beauty is coming in and then says it’s alright Mother is in here already. Miss Fairy tells Jaek Hee she needs to speak with him along and she agrees walking out. Ma Te sits down and says he’s doing this only for Jaek Hee and Electric Fairy laughs at that statement. She asks him if the whole world seems easy to him and he says no because then people like her would starve. When Jaek Hee is alone with her, Electric Fairy says that her heart must be wavering from judging her face. She knows she doesn’t want to let him go despite her warning. Then she guesses that a large amount is already lost, Jake Hee is shocked and then vents out her frustrations about what she has to pay in taxes. Electric Fairy says this billion is the beginning, if she marries Ma Te she’ll be known as a very successful business woman, but not before she loses her money first. She also guesses Jaek Hee loves money more than Ma Te. In the car on the way back, Jaek Hee tells Ma Te to remind her to take her cactus with her. He says it’s cheap, but she actually paid $10,000 for it because Miss Fairy said it wards off bad luck..well most of it anyway. She then wants to know how much Ma Te loves her, she starts off by talking about her money then he looks at her asking what she’s saying. Ma Te doesn’t see the truck ahead of them and they collide, Jaek Hee throws herself over Ma Te in order to protect him. The car spins before stopping. At the hospital, he asks why she did that. She says she loves him more than her own life, but she realized that she loves money even more than that. She asks for them to break up. At home, Ma Te is thinking about Jaek Hee’s reasons for saying she loves money more than life: When she was younger she didn’t have the looks or money so therefore she was ignored and looked down upon. When she earned her money, she began to be treated differently. People wished her happy birthday and wanted to eat with her. She tells him what Electric Fairy told her about losing her fortune, but eventually gaining more back if they married, but she doesn’t want to go back to who she was before her money. She asks him if he has the confidence to stay with her if she were to lose it all and he can’t answer her. He calls Yu Ra and tells her he knows what real money is: “Money is a living being. If you bring it up with care it will grow well, but if it grows too big then it can consume you”. Yu Ra tells him now that he understands, money won’t consume him the way it did Jaek Hee. She tells him his next mission is to learn to control people’s minds. He looks confused, but when we see her she’s sitting across from Electric Fairy.
RECAP: FIFTH RECORD
Min-joon saves Song-yi from falling overboard, and as he puts her to bed, she pulls him down to her to give him a kiss. She murmurs, “You’ve gone crazy,” but it’s more to herself than to him, believing herself to be dreaming him up. She hushes him from speaking and sighs, “Yeah, I was too lonely all this time and it’s been hard on my body. I’m even dreaming up sexy dreams now. It’s time I married. Hormones are honest.”
Drifting off to sleep, Song-yi curls into Min-joon’s coat for warmth—the one he’s wearing, which pulls him even closer to her. Looking completely out of his element (well, even more than he is, for being an alien and all), Min-joon carefully extricates himself.
I Need Romance Episode 3 – 4 Recap by Couch-Kimchi:
You know you’re watching I Need Romance when the OTP kiss in the third episode. And it’s not because one slipped on a banana peel and fell on the other.
So what happened this week?
Episode 2 ended with Allen asking Shing Shing to go to a hotel with him. She thinks he’s propositioning her but to her disappointment, he just needs a ride. Ouch.
On the way there, she wonders why he acts so familiar with her and chalks it up to his American sensibilities. After she drops him off, he doesn’t leave without being a little too friendly as always and she wonders why it always seems like he’s flirting with her. Girl, that’s because he is.
Age of Feeling: Episode 12 recap by Dramabeans
Doctor Jung and Ok-ryun get an unexpected delivery to the clinic in the form of Daddy Shin’s body, brought there by Jae-hwa’s men.
But it seems like they may not be the only ones behind the body switch, since Jung-tae heeds So-so’s words about where his father’s funeral should rightfully take place and sheds his funeral clothes. So-so beams: “I guess you’re not fake after all. Let’s go.”
On September 11, Epik High’s Tablo revealed a photo of his daughter Haru onto his personal Instagram with the caption “Like mom.”
In the photo, Haru could be seen looking at the camera with a coy expression. Her hair looks disheveled, as if she had just woken up. This photo is garnering much attention because she seems to look much more grown up than what we had seen before. Instead of the cute baby image seen from KBS’s “Superman Returns,” fans see a transitioned Haru from toddler to a young girl.
Tablo‘s daughter Haru showed how brave she is when she went for a dental procedure on the September21 episode of KBS 2TV’s “Superman Returns.”
On the recent episode of “Superman Returns,” Haru, together with her father, Tablo, went to the dentist to have her cavity treated.
When the father and daughter arrived at the dental clinic, Tablo asked Haru, “Are you really not scared?” and Haru replied, “Yes!”
If a character falls in love with another character”s two distinctive personalities, does that constitute a love triangle? Hyun Bin is about to find out when he returns to the small screen in a romantic comedy tentatively titled “Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde.”
The 20-episode comedy will be based on the Lee Choong Ho”s webtoon titled “The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.” Hyun Bin will play a radio disc jockey and writer who has two very different personalities. He”s aloof and cold during the day and warm and charming at night. This makes it more likely that his night personality will inspire people to fall in love with him. But one lucky woman manages to fall in love with both sides of him.
It has been a year of k-drama reunions with some k-drama stars such as Jang Hyuk and Jang Nara reuniting after more than a decade. Hyun Bin and actress Han Ji Min are considering an acting reunion, but their reunion may take place only months after the last time they acted together.
Hyun Bin and Han Ji Min worked together in the film “The Fatal Encounter,” playing a king and a queen. But despite their titles, they were not a royal couple. Nor were their characters nice to each other. Hyun Bin played King Jeongjo, a king under repeated threat of assassination, and Han Ji Min played his grandfather”s queen consort, Queen Jeongsun.
Last week, the families of “Dad! Where Are We Going?” continued their trip with their new foreign family friends.
Yoon Hoo, his father Yoon Min Soo, Ahn Jung Hwan, and his son Ahn Ri Hwan have settled into their place for the night in Seoul with Shinard and his son Chan. Before going to sleep, they order the two ultimate Korean late night delivery snacks: pig’s feet and chicken. And then they dig in.
Drama begins to bubble up again in episode 13 of “Modern Farmer.” Though tension is still built up between Lee Min Ki and Kang Hyuk, the latter brushes it off as nothing when Kang Yoon Hee confronts him about it. While the main relationships bring out drama in this episode, others are looking up! Han Ki Joon and Bul Ja’s relationship is beginning to blossom, Yoo Han Chul discovers that Lee Soo Yun is not in a relationship with her sunbae, and after all the time spent preventing his daughter from singing, Han In Ki finally gives Han Sang Eun his blessing to pursue her dreams.