Sinopsis A Tale Of Two Sister Korean Drama
Name: 문근영 / Moon Geun Young (Mun Kun Yeong)
Nickname: Gamza, Mungujeom
Profession: Actress and model
Birthplace: Gwangju, South Korea
Star sign: Taurus
Blood type: B
Family: Younger sister
Talent agency: Namoo Actors
Education: Gwangju Kukje High School, Sungkyunkwan University (Korean Literature degree)
Hobbies: Listening to music, reading and dancing
Name: 송승헌 / Song Seung Hun (Song Seung Heon)
Real name: 송승복 / Song Seung Bok
Nickname: Tough guy
Profession: Actor, model and singer
Birthplace: Suyuri, Seoul, South Korea
Star sign: Libra
Blood type: B
Family: A brother and a sister
Education: Kyunggi University (majored in Visual Media)
Hobbies: Watching & collecting videos and playing sports (basketball, swimming, and skiing)
Talent agency: Storm S Company
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.
You who came feom the stars ep3 RECAP by drama beans
After dragging Song-yi out of her beauty salon confrontation with jealous rival Yura, Min-joon demands to know who the girl in Song-yi’s photo is. He’s already guessed the connection but needs the confirmation: “Who are you?”
A flashback to Joseon takes us to the aftermath of doppelganger Yi-hwa’s kidnapping. She asks him a string of questions about his identity, offering that she believes in other life forms (whether grim reapers or folk-tale creatures), and therefore he can be honest about his origins. Through it all, Min-joon just looks at her with an enigmatic smile.
Reading the typical plot synopsis for “Monster,”directed by Hwang In Ho, you might think that it falls under the genre of revenge thriller or horror. While the movie does have some of their elements, it might be better thought of as something else . In fact, at times I found the shifts in tone very jarring and confusing, moving from the overly comical to the horrific and repulsive in a few minutes, leaving me with the impression that the director did not truly respect his material.
As K-Drama fans, we recognize a couple of favorite faces and big names. These are the acting royalty, making up the top tier of Korean Hollywood, constantly being casted and re-casted as protagonists, and basking in the spotlight of our TV/computer screens.
There”s a reason that these actors/actresses 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 acting royalty? Who are the up-and-coming actors/actresses that we can expect to reign in the future? Here are some of allkpop“s choices for 7 K-Drama queens and their successors. Take a look!
Hefty Line-up of the Hottest New Asian Series Includes Romance, High School and Period Dramas – Made Available for the First Time in the U.S. with English Subtitles and within 24 Hours of their International TV Premieres
DramaFever (www.dramafever.com), the top online video destination for international TV series and movies, today announced a fall lineup that includes four exclusive premieres along with a large crop of other highly anticipated Asian drama series. All will premiere on DramaFever within 24 hours of the original international airings, and with professional subtitles.
DramaFever began as the North American home for Korean dramas in 2009 – and has since brought this addictive genre to U.S. Millennials of all ethnicities and backgrounds. The network has grown from 2.5 million unique monthly viewers in 2012 to 10 million in 2013 and more than 20 million today.
Popular DramaFever series including “Good Doctor” and “Answer to 1997” (recently licensed for U.S. remakes by CBS and FOX, respectively); co-produced mega hits like “The Heirs”; and cultural phenomena like “Boys over Flowers” have helped DramaFever double its audience over the past year. DramaFever”s audience is comprised of mostly young women, and is ethnically diverse (40 percent Caucasian, 30 percent Latino, 15 percent Black and 15 percent Asian). Additionally, it averages nearly 54 hours viewed (more than 3,200 minutes) per month, a number approximately five times Netflix (664 minutes) and 14 times Hulu (224 minutes) [Infographic].
Since its launch five years ago, DramaFever has expanded beyond Korean dramas to include 15,000 episodes from 70 content partners in 15 countries. Fans can now come to DramaFever to find not only the best K-dramas, but also drama series, variety shows, kids programming and movies from around the world – as they aired in their native countries and subtitled in English and other languages in order to make this great content accessible to the masses.
Exclusive this Fall to DramaFever:
“Blade Man” (now available) – Joo Hong-Bin (Lee Dong-wook) is a tortured video game executive, living in an extraordinary world where humans possess super-strength and weather controlling powers. In this series, anything can happen…even a romance between a tortured soul like Joo Hong-Bin and a game developer with a heart of gold, Son Se-Dong (Sin Se-kyeong).
“After School: Lucky or Not” (September 20) – The hit Japanese import returns for a second season of teenage mischief and suspense. The series follows a timid high school student who discovered the “Lucky or Not Club” where each day, the club members draw a random slip of paper that contains an extraordinary mission for the group to complete.
“Greatest Marriage” (September 27) – Series follows the ups and downs of four tales of love and marriage all centering around a single mother. Stars Bae Soo-bin, Park Si-yeon and Noh Min-woo-I.
“Servants” (November 17) – What if “Sex and the City” was set hundreds of years ago? A love and survival story about three women living during Korea”s Chosun Dynasty, the life of a beautiful and popular socialite quickly changed when her father is framed as a traitor and she is forced to become a servant. While working in a royal family”s home, she befriends her former servant girl and gets involved in a love triangle with the city”s most famous female entertainer.
Also Coming to DramaFever this Fall:
“My Lovely Girl” (now available) – International superstar, Rain stars as Hyun-Wook, the president of an entertainment company, who loses his girlfriend in a tragic accident. Love works in complicated ways as disaster leads Hyun-Wook to meet his deceased girlfriend”s younger sister.
“Secret Door” (September 22) – Period drama following the conflict between King Yeongjo (Han Seok-Kyu) and Crown Prince Sado (Lee Je-hoon) as they argue over how to rule their subjects.
“Boarding House 24” (September 23) – Big names from K-pop including ZE:A – Children of Empire“s Dong Jun, Jewelry”s Semi, VIXX”s Ken, and Rainbow”s Hyunyoung are set star in this new series about six men and woman living together in a boarding house.
“Modern Farmer” (October 18) – A rock band decides that they need to get out of the city and move to the countryside. Without the distraction of the bright lights, the members of “Excellent Souls” are able find themselves, their dreams and maybe even love.
“Birth of a Beauty” (November 9) – Life changes for a woman who is transformed after she loses a drastic amount of weight.
“Pinocchio” (November 13) – Choi In Ha (Park Shin-hye), a 20-something reporter cannot tell a lie….without suffering from a terrible case of hiccups. In this fun spin on the Pinnochio fairy tale, Choi has the perfect condition for a journalist searching for the truth.
“The Legendary Witch” is a tale of four women who meet in prison. Shim Bok Nyeo (Go Doo Shim) is the leader and mistress of their cell, serving for life due to familicide by arson. She is a prison veteran of 30 years. Seo Mi O (Ha Yeon Soo) is a previous CF model and a mother, sentenced to two years for attempted murder. Son Poong Geum (Oh Hyun Kyung) is in prison for the third time for fraud and the self-proclaimed “sex symbol of Korea Women’s Penitentiary.” And the newbie of the group, Moon Soo In (Han Ji Hye), has been sentenced to two years for dereliction of duty and embezzlement.
SB End-Of-Year Review: The Best Dramas Of 2014 Written by Seoulbeats On December 18, 2014
2014 was a year when we saw everything from alien to liars to remakes in the drama-sphere. Export prices for dramas shot up the roof this past year, and it’s a good reminder that the Korean wave is more than just about music and idols, as Korean dramas certainly have their own attraction as they actually appeal to a wider range of audience, young and old. Following up from the mid-year review, the drama fanatics on the team are back to bring you our thoughts and feelings on 2014′s showing.
The smell of Crime
i suppose maximum of the choice parents, upon hearing the title of the drama, will now not know the way a resounding plot can revolve around a wo guy who sees smells. on the choice hand, “ the wo guy Who Sees Smells” (a.k.a. Sensory Couple) will have struck passld by the use of weaving this outlandish idiosyncrasy into a crime/mystery series. There are several dimensions to the drama which make it compelling and luxuriate in ready. I”m positive the principle question on both one and bothone”s brains is, “How exactly do you visualize scents?” The drama does a flavorful project of depicting her skill at the same time as tying it in effectively with enigmatic homicide scenarios that may just most simple be solved with her l finish a hand. now not most simple that, “ the wo guy Who Sees Smells” delivers this sort of suspenseful narrative, and target market change into so engaged with how the maximum very signalificant arc unfolds, that they might just in spite of both one and boththing turn out forgetting that seeing smells is just not very plausible.
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The Seoul global Drama Awards will take position on Sept. 10 and the finalists have already been determined.
Twenty-four dramas from quite a lot of countries were nominated for the finals, in addition 25 directors, screenwriters, actors and actresses in special person categories. Altogether the awards won 212 submissions from 48 countries.
Four k-dramas made the cut for this category. They come with the hit cable drama “Misaeng,” the Monday- Tuesday drama “Yuna”s Street,” the police mystery “Bad Guys” and the lesser known “Snowy Road.”
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Reports confirming the casting of Moon Geun Young and Yook Sungjae as the leading stars of “The Village,” were met with combined reactions from domestic audiences. On September 2, Korean retailers adding Sports Chosun showed that the BtoB member used to be forged as the leading guy of the impending SBS series.
In the series, which is sometimes called “The Village: Achiara”s Secret,” Yook will painting Park Woo Jae, a policeman who is tasked with solving a murder. He seems in the series along seasoned actress Moon Geun Young.
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Horror movies can also be a just right position for rookie actresses to make their large screen debut. At the least five popular actresses jump-started their movie careers in roles that required more than a couple of bloodcurdling screams. You possibly can would like to screen those movies all over next month”s Halloween celebrations.
1. Choi Kang Hee, who is understood for her roles in “Protect The Boss” and “Level 7 Civil Servant,” debuted in a top college drama yet had her movie debut in the horror movie “Whispering Corridors.” In the movie a sadistic instructor is murdered. Did her scholars do her in? Choi, who played a student in that film, can soon be noticed in the melodrama “Fancy Seduction” aka “Glamorous Temptation.”
Teams moving into aggregate to conflict crime isn’t the rest new. TvN”s sister channel underneath CJ E&M, OCN has been doing it for fairly a while. The trick to such crime presentations is to have a main draw, the rest to inform aside one workforce and their manner from another. The demonstrate screen teases with a team bending or breaking the law to get its project done, yet police in Korean drama has been doing that just fine for a long time. The series will have to give anything more than that or do this anything very well.
Another just correct detail about “You”re Beautiful” is, of course, the music. While not anything extraordinary, it is nice enough to have created a buzz over the imaginary band in the series and it has also helped advance the careers of the ones involved. The soundtrack is full of catchy tunes that captured the middle and pastime of fans at the time the series used to be being aired. The drama also has relatively good production quality, featuring wonderful buildings, dear clothing, nice looking puts and an overall very good having a glance and fashionable presentation.
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“The Village – Achiara”s Secret” rose in the ratings this week yet that can have had anything to do with the cancellation of previous frontrunner drama “She Became once Pretty.”
The SBS mystery mystery rose 1.2 % to 7.1 percent. The drama tells the tale of a college teacher, played by means of Moon Geun Young, who moves to a reputedly non violent village. There turns out to be no crime in the village till a frame is discovered. The schoolteacher is helping the village”s latest police officer, played by means of Yook Sung Jae, solve the crime. In the most recent episode the corpse was identified. One imaginable victim happily grew to become out to be alive and dental records in the end showed the identify of the body. The killer remained at large. Even supposing there’s a most doubtless suspect, he would possibly now now not change into the killer. There”s more than one suspect who could have committed the crime.
Stage name: Eugene
Real name: 김유진 / Kim Yoo Jin (Gim Yu Jin)
Profession: Singer and actress
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea (grew up in Guam)
Star sign: Pisces
Blood type: A
Family: Husband/actor Ki Tae Young and one younger sister
Education: Sang Soo Elementary School, Agatha Johnston Middle School, JFK High School, K.F.S (Korean Foreign School)
Hobbies: Collecting albums and athletics
Specialty: Playing piano, drawing, writing, interior design and photography
Languages: Korean, English and Chamorro
Religion: Christianity (Protestant)
Kpop group: Singer of S.E.S
Name: 비 / Bi (Rain)
Real name: 정지훈 / Jung Ji Hoon (Jeong Ji Hun)
Also known as: Rain (West) / Pi (Japan)
Nickname: Dog (Collie)
Profession: Actor, singer, model and dancer
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Star sign: Cancer
Blood type: O+
Family: Father and younger sister Hanna
Talent agency: J. Tune Entertainment, William Morris (U.S.)
Education: Kyung Hee University (Post Modern Music Department)
Languages: Korean, Mandarin, and English
Debut: In May 13, 2002 as a singer with his first album Bad Guy / 나쁜 남자
Bi created his own company under the name J. Tune Entertainment in 2007.
Name: 조형기 / Jo Hyung Ki
Star sign: Libra
Blood type: O
Talent agency: SidusHQ
Family: Son/actor Jo Kyung Ki
Take Care of Us, Captain (SBS, 2012)
Myung Wol the Spy (KBS2, 2011)
Your Heaven (SBS, 2010)
My Sister (MBC, 2006)
Hello My Teacher (SBS, 2005)
Love Story in Harvard (SBS, 2004)
Land of Wine (SBS, 2003)
Rustic Period (SBS, 2002)
Let’s Get Married (KBS2, 2002)
Successful Story of a Bright Girl (SBS, 2002)
Flower Story (KBS1, 2001)
Virtue (SBS, 2000)
The Song of Hope (KBS2, 1999)
Love and Success (MBC, 1999)
Yesterday (MBC, 1997)
Yes Sir (KBS2, 1996)
Sandglass (SBS, 1995)
I Love You in My Arms (사랑을 그대 품안에) (MBC, 1994)
Sea of My Mother (엄마의 바다) (MBC, 1993)
Queen Inhyeon (MBC, 1988)
Name: 장자연 / Jang Ja Yun (Jang Ja Yeon)
Profession: Model, actress
Death: 2009-Mar-07 (suicide)
Family: One sister and one brother
About Jang Ja Yun
Jang Ja Yun was an actress who began earning a lot of recognition forher minor roles in several movies and TV dramas. Recently, she walkedthe red carpet at the 45th Baeksang Awards and was going to debut on thebig screen with two new upcoming movies. Her most recent drama is thehit TV series, “Boys Before Flowers.” She portrayed Sunny who was in theJin-Sun-Mi trio, a group of mean girls who pick on the femaleprotagonist. The staff and crew of “Boys Before Flowers” said that Jangwas “always bright and positive, with a lot of passion for acting.”