Sinopsi A Well Grown Daughter Hana Episode 1
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.
Park Han Byul revealed to be dating Jung Eun Woo after ending her 12-year relationship with Se7en earlier this year
Another celebrity couple has been revealed before the closing of 2014.
On December 14th, The Fact released an exclusive report saying that actress Park Han Byul and actor Jung Eun Woo are currently dating each other. According to the report, the two met each other through SBS”s drama “A Well Grown Daughter Hana” and soon developed feelings for each other.
It was said that Jung Eun Woo showed much affection for Park Han Byul as he gave her much comfort during her hard times as she suffered much from Se7en”s massage palor controversy which later led to their break up earlier this year.
Name: 허준호 / Huh Joon Ho (Heo Jun Ho)
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Star sign: Aries
Family: Wife Lee Ha Yan and daughter
Talent agency: GM Entertainment
Education: Seoul Arts University
Lobbyist (SBS, 2007)
The Book of Three Han (MBC, 2006)
Precious Family (KBS2, 2004)
Into the Storm (SBS, 2004) cameo
All In (SBS, 2003)
I Love Hyun Jung (MBC, 2002)
Hotelier (MBC, 2001)
Foolish Princes (MBC, 2000)
Bad Boys (MBC, 2000)
Love Story (SBS, 1999)
Woman on Top (SBS, 1999)
The Boss (MBC, 1999)
Roses and Bean Sprouts (MBC, 1999)
See and See Again (MBC, 1998)
Revenge and Passion (MBC, 1997)
Power of Love (MBC, 1996)
Asphalt Man (SBS, 1995)
A Sunny Place of the Young (KBS2, 1995)
The Last Game (MBC, 1994)
Mother’s Sea (MBC, 1993)
Name: 김혜수 / Kim Hye Soo (Kim Hae Su)
Chinese Name: 金慧秀
Birthplace: Pusan, South Korea
Star sign: Virgo
Blood type: A
Family: Five siblings including younger brothers actor Kim Dong Hyun and actor Kim Dong Hee
Talent agency: SidusHQ
Education: Dongkuk University (Drama-Cinema major); Sung Kyun Kwan University (Graduate School)
Interests: Music, reading, and photography
Excels in: Taekwando
Name: 이유리 /Lee Yoo-ri
Date of Birth: January 28, 1982
Height: 164 cm (5’5″)
Weight: 42 kg (93 lbs)
Star sign: Aquarius
Family: One older brother and two older sisters
Education: Gyewon Art College
Religion: Christianity (used to be Buddhist, but converted to Christianity in 2002)
Talent agency: Pan Entertainment
Yellow Boots (tvN, 2012)
My Daughter The Flower (SBS, 2011)
Sparkling (MBC, 2011)
Daring Women (SBS, 2010)
I Love You, Don’t Cry (MBC, 2008)
Mom Has Grown Horns (KBS2, 2008)
Love and Ambition (SBS, 2006)
Young Jae Golden Days (MBC, 2005)
Precious Family (KBS2, 2004)
Argon (MBC, 2003)
Wife (KBS2, 2003)
Yellow Handkerchief (KBS1, 2003)
Loving You (KBS2, 2002)
This is Love (KBS, 2001)
The Lost Empire (KBS2, 2001)
School 4 (KBS2, 2001)
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.
It’s that time of the year again where the front page of ohkpop gets loaded up with pretty pictures of celebrities in colorful hanboks, in addition to a vast coverage of exciting Chuseok variety specials.
For new K-Pop fans unfamiliar with Korean culture, it can seem like all of the colors just came out of the blue, but Chuseok is actually one of the four major holidays celebrated in Korea. So what are your idols heading home to? Check it out below!
Jinusean‘s Sean posted a photo of his youngest daughter Ha El on his Twitternon the 28th.
Ha-el, overseas when they call attendance, they answer “present,” as in “Yes, I am here.”Me being hereinstagr.am/p/QGviqZo_yq/
— Sean Ro (@jinuSEAN3000) September 28, 2012
He stated that the most wonderful present he had was her mere presence. In addition, he wishes her presence would always become a gift to others. It seemed that Ha El had grown a lot since they last saw her. In particular, she was noticed by her large and clear eyes which she was inherited from her mother Jung Hye Young.
MyDaily recently conducted an exclusive interview with f(x) member Luna. During that time, the idol honestly talked about her passion, her musical career as well as her beloved family.
Have a look at Luna’s interview with MyDaily below:
The interview had to be scheduled after 5pm because Luna was busy with schoolwork. She will come as soon as she finishes writing her exams. Prior to the interview, I searched on the web to learn f(x)’s Luna better. Soon I realized that Luna has a twin sister. Whenever I encountered f(x)’s stages I thought, “Where is Luna getting all that energy from?” Her powerful voice and performances did not match with her size at all but to think that there is one more Luna in the world? Wow. It was truly amazing.
The progression of the growth of the kids on MBC’s “Dad! Where Are We Going?” is attracting much attention.
On the show, which aired on October 20, Kim Min Kook, Yoon Hoo, Sung Joon, Song Jia, and Lee Junsu displayed how much they have grown not only physically but in other aspect as well.
So, just how much have the kids changed since the show first aired on January 6 earlier this year?
Freelance anchor Kim Sung Joo’s son, Kim Min Kook, is the oldest of the five children, but he was known as the crybaby. He would burst into tears after getting stuck with a bad house. However, now even if he does have to stay in a bad house, he tries to look for the upside of things. He is more mature and has developed leadership skills to lead the rest of the gang. The confusion he used to show when he had to lead the group at the beginning of the show has disappeared.
Dedicated to her new drama, Park Han Byul cut off her long hair for the first time since her debut.
On November 19, SBS announced that Park Han Byul will be acting as Jang Hana in the new daily drama, One Well-Raised Daughter. The drama is about a daughter who grew up pretending to be the family son in order to inherit a soy sauce factory that has been passed down for two centuries.
With her new short hair cut, Park Han Byul had her first filming for the drama at a performing arts high school. The staff praised her for her transformation and dedication for the drama, even cutting off her gorgeous hair without hesitation for the role.
Many actresses have chopped it all off for the sake of a role, and it was recently revealed that Park Han Byul let go of her long locks for the first time since her debut for an upcoming drama.
Although many women have braved the world of boy cuts, very few have pulled it off well, and we’ve gathered a few of our favorites below.
But it’s up to you to decide which lady looks the best, so read on and don’t forget to vote!
Yun Eun Hye
Six years have already passed since 2007 drama Coffee Prince aired in Korea, but we’ll never forget Yun Eun Hye’s standout role as Go Eun Chan, a coffee shop employee who is mistaken for a boy by the owner.
Kdrama “The Heirs” Episode 13 Recap and Screenshot
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.
Actress Park Han Byul dressed in all white and modeled her new hairstyle in her recent photo shoot with “InStyle Korea.”
Park Han Byul completed her winter white look with a knit bra top, a white faux leather wrap skirt and a white fur coat matching it with a pair of long cutout boots.
In the interview session of the photo shoot she gave her opinion on the all white look saying, “I enjoy wearing all white. The color is beautiful and warm, yet it also gives off a feel of sophistication. As long as you mix and match with a variety of materials, the all white look would be a wonderful winter styling.”
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.