Sinopsis Bahasa Indonesia New Gisaeng Story
Name: 전성환 / Jun Sung Hwan (Jeon Seong Hwan)
Birthplace: South Korea
New Tales of Gisaeng (SBS, 2011)
Stormy Lovers (MBC, 2010)
King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo (KBS2, 2010) cameo
Two Wives (SBS, 2009)
A Man’s Story (KBS2, 2009)
Empress Chun Chu (KBS2, 2009)
Terroir (SBS, 2008)
East of Eden (MBC, 2008)
Someday (OCN, 2006)
Name: 민준현 / Min Joon Hyun
Star sign: Leo
Syndrome (jTBC, 2012)
Miss Ripley (MBC, 2011)
Miss Ajumma (SBS, 2011)
While You Were Sleeping (SBS, 2011)
Lie to Me (SBS, 2011)
Royal Family (MBC, 2011)
New Tales of Gisaeng (SBS, 2011)
My Princess (MBC, 2011)
Chosun Police 3 (MBC DramaNet, 2010)
My Girlfriend is a Nine-Tailed Fox (SBS, 2010)
Gloria (MBC, 2010)
King of Baking, Kim Tak Goo (KBS2, 2010)
Giant (SBS, 2010)
Dong Yi (MBC, 2010)
Daring Women (SBS, 2010)
Jejoongwon (SBS, 2010)
City Hall (SBS, 2009)
Shining Inheritance (SBS, 2009)
The Tale of Janghwa and Hongryeon (KBS2, 2009)
A Man’s Story (KBS2, 2009)
Queen of Housewives (MBC, 2009)
Tae Hee, Hye Kyo, Ji Hyun (MBC, 2009)
Cain and Abel (SBS, 2009)
The Road Home (KBS1, 2009)
Star’s Lover (SBS, 2008)
White Lies (MBC, 2008)
Terroir (SBS, 2008)
I Love You, Don’t Cry (MBC, 2008)
Temptation of Wife (SBS, 2008)
Wife and Woman (KBS2, 2008)
Family’s Honor (SBS, 2008)
That Person Is Coming (MBC, 2008)
The Painter of the Wind (SBS, 2008)
The Kingdom of The Winds (KBS2, 2008)
My Life’s Golden Age (MBC, 2008)
Big Sister (KBS1, 2008)
Dae Wang Sejong (KBS1, 2008)
Chosun Police (MBC DramaNet, 2007)
Hometown over the Hill (KBS1, 2007)
Name: 유혜정 / Yoo Hye Jung (Yu Hye Jeong)
Birthplace: Busan, South Korea
Blood type: O
Star sign: Libra
Family: One son and one daughter
Jejoongwon (SBS, 2010)
Dream (SBS, 2009)
Hometown Legends Gisaeng House Ghost Story (KBS2, 2008)
Get Karl! Oh Soo Jung (SBS, 2007)
Hanoi Bride (SBS, 2005)
Resurrection (KBS2, 2005)
Beating Heart (MBC, 2005)
Sweet Buns (MBC, 2004)
Freezing Point (MBC, 2004)
Sweet 18 (KBS2, 2004)
Age of Warriors (KBS1, 2003)
Hard Love (KBS2, 2002)
Love Rollercoaster (MBC, 2002)
Man of Autumn (MBC, 2001)
Outing (SBS, 2001)
Love (MBC, 1998)
Fireworks (MBC, 1997)
LA Arirang (SBS, 1995)
Name: 윤지은 / Yoon Ji Eun
Star sign: Gemini
New Tales of Gisaeng (SBS, 2011)
Ja Myung Go (SBS, 2009)
Can Anyone Love (SBS, 2009)
Seoul Warrior Story (MBC DramaNet, 2008)
Broken Heel (2009)
Let the Blue River Run (2008)
Despite everyone’s doubts due to such an elaborate story, it turns out that YMC Entertainment was telling the truth about Ailee’s situation in 2009.
On November 23, a Korean-American news outlet reported that Ailee did in fact request a formal investigation after getting scammed in 2009 to the Palisades Park Police in New Jersey.
The police report included Ailee’s name, current address at the time, and birthday.
According to the police report, Ailee was chatting with a friend on Facebook at around 3-6 AM on August 7, 2009. When her friend recommended that Ailee send 50 nude photos to a third party, Ailee complied. She later found out someone had hacked into her friend’s Facebook account.
Kdrama the heirs episode 18 Live Recap by joonni
The Heirs Episode 19 Synopsis and preview
YD yells at Tan, “If you miss her, then go see her.” Tan replies he isn’t going anymore. “You can have her.” YD grabs Tan by the collar and pulls him up. He demands, “What did you say? Do you want to die? Do you have the right to break down?” Tan says, ”No, he doesn’t.” Looking at Young Do tearfully, Tan says, “I can’t do it, Young do.” Angry, YD throws Tan down and walks away. Tan struggles to get up, but he can’t.
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.
We’ve been following the ever-evolving story of Aurora Princess with raised eyebrows for months, as it has become a fixture in the headlines for its parade of shenanigans. And while it’s not the type of drama we’d typically be devoting a lot of attention to, it’s worth looking at if only as the cautionary tale of what not to do when making a show. If ever there were a case of a drama having more drama behind the cameras than in front of them, this would be it.
“You who came from the stars”: Episode 4 Recap by drama beans
Min-joon realizes that Song-yi went on that boat even though he stole her high heels hoping to keep her grounded (…snerk), but his dread over a possible accident wars with his policy not to interfere with human lives. It’s Lawyer Jang who exclaims that he should go after her, but Min-joon explains that in his many years on Earth, he has been witness to a number of terrible things.
“Empress Ki” Episode 17 – 18 Recap by Couch-Kimchi:
Things moved along nicely, I’m happy with the pace since we have a long ways to go. We have a curse to deal with and we got to see a jealous Goryeo King! I’m thisclose to boarding the WY/SN ship but who knows where I’ll be next week. (LOL) My mind changes on an hourly basis.
We open on Wang Yoo flashing back on the intimate scene on the bridge. He breaks the cup he’s holding in frustration (anger? sadness? all of these?) cutting his hand. Ta Hwan watches Ki and teases that she only allowed him her back – why not a hug? (LOL) He suddenly pulls her close and covers her ears, telling her he wants to challenge El Terror but that she witnessed him weak makes him want to die. Can she hear him? If so, she pretends that she can’t.
Kim Yoo Jung has been picked as the female lead for a new short drama!
On February 5, KBS drama department sources revealed that Kim Yoo Jung as been cast as the female lead for a new short drama called “Gok Bi” (working title) and shooting will start on February 11.
“Gok Bi” is the story of a girl whose mother’s job is to mourn for a noble’s funeral whenever he/she passed away in the olden times. Kim Yoo Jung’s role is the daughter Yeom Shim, who struggles with her status as a “Gok Bi”s daughter.
There are always too many drama specials that go by each year to keep up with all of them, but I’m definitely going to tune in for this one. It’s a sageuk one-act short for KBS’s 2014 Drama Special series called Funeral Singer, and Kim Yoo-jung (Gold Rainbow) is headlining. She’ll be reuniting with Seo Joon-young (Unemployed Romance) four years after they were both in Gumiho: Tale of the Fox’s Child. I really adore them both so I’m excited to see them in something new, even if one hour is way too short.
EPISODE 15 RECAP by Dramabeans
Even after Shinichi receives one of Baek-san’s finishing moves, he continues to fight until a group of Kaya’s henchmen come to fetch him on her orders. Shinichi refuses at first, wanting to finish the fight, but acquiesces immediately when the henchmen show him a mysterious black bag.
Baek-san acts all friendly to Jung-tae after the fight, though Jung-tae’s not too keen on returning the kindness. He promises to repay the debt he owes Baek-san (for saving him from Shinichi), but there’s something darker in that promise—he’s talking revenge.
I met with Chad Future a few months ago on the set of “Rock the World” at around 9:30 p.m. I stumbled onto the set holding two bottles of champagne and a vanilla cake with “You did it!” scrawled amateurishly in chocolate along its bottom edge. Future had emailed me a few days ago with their schedule; assuming they were on track, they had been on set since at least 9 a.m. with no intention of stopping until the shoot was over. Smaller artists and companies don’t have the same luxuries the Big Three can afford: multi-day movie shoots, extravagant locations, actual pyrotechnics. I figured the cake and champagne would provide some consolation from a grueling work day, what with the glamour and lifestyle of these big-headed entertainment types. Much to my surprise, I found out less than 15 minutes after arriving that Future is: (1) hardly a big-headed entertainment type, (2) does not treat his work as Work, and (3) doesn’t drink.
“The spirit is admiral Yi Sun-sin who sacrifices his life and devotes himself is something people around the world can emulate from”. So said Kim Han-min, the director of “The Admiral: Roaring Currents”, in a meeting with moviegoers held on August 21 to mark the passing of 16 million in ticket sales. “The 16 million is an incredible number”, Kim said. “I can”t thank you enough. Thank you so much”, Kim said. He also said admiral Yi united Korean people in difficult times and led them to victory. He described Yi as “an icon of unity and harmony”.Viewers asked a series of questions one after another. A middle-aged man said he was able to emulate Yi”s courage to get through a surgery. Then, he handed a letter he personally wrote to Kim. In return, the director gave the viewer a book about admiral Yi. The film “The Admiral: Roaring Currents”, which set a record on August 19 since its release 21 days ago, is about a sea battle victory in 1597, the 30th year of King Seonjo”s reign. Yi had only 12 war ships but beat the Japanese navy who had over 300. Of the 128 minutes of running time, the battle scenes lasted as long as 61 minutes, and were just spectacular and absolutely breathtaking. Kim, who directed “Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon” (2011), a film about a 17th-century war between Joseon and China, has had admiral Yi on his mind for a long time. Born in Suncheon, Jeollanam-do (South Jeolla Province), he has seen many relics related to Yi in his hometown and gotten interested in his story. The film narrates the history in which admiral Yi accomplished one of the biggest victories of the war despite the fact that it was also the most difficult time in his life. Kim said he hopes to make films about other sea battles led by admiral Yi and said his next film is likely to be a historical drama.
Many parts of the world these days are focusing their eyes on things Korean and on both Korean mass media and traditional culture. The trend can be seen by the number of entries received in the “Fall in Love With Korea” contest, an event hosted by the Korean Culture and Information Service (KOCIS), part of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and publisher of Korea.net. The contest was held from July 21 to August 20 and invited people from around the world to submit self-created content that was somehow related to Korea. The categories covered photography, videos and comic strips or graphic novels. KOCIS received a total of 4,272 entries from 117 countries around the world. Among the submissions were photos featuring hand-made Hanbok, traditional Korean attire, and video clips of war photography from the Korean War (1950-53). There are also some videos of people singing and dancing note-to-note to their favorite Korean pop or hip hop song. A list of the participating nationalities might come as an eye-popper. Entries came not only from Asia, but also from Africa, the Middle East, the U.S. and Europe. Even areas that are comparatively unknown in Korea, such as Aruba in the Dutch Antilles, Andorra in the Pyrenees, Bhutan in the Himalayas, Eritrea in the Horn of Africa and Iceland, all made an entry into the competition. The Philippines submitted the most entries at 672, while Indonesia ranked second with 502 submissions. They were followed by Malaysia (411), the U.S. (313) and Iran (134). Even Israel and Palestine, two bodies in conflict with each other, and, in particular, Syria and Ukraine, both suffering from warfare, contributed to the event, with 11 or 12 entries each. A total of three grand prize winners were recognized: one in photography, one in videos and one in comic strips. There were then 30 second-place prizes and 50 third-place prizes given out. Among the second-place winners, 15 of them were recognized for their excellence and creativity in video-making, 10 for photography and 5 for their comic strips. In third-place, there were 25 videos, 15 photographs and 10 comic strips. The first-prize winning video clip is the creation of Maria Jose Belen Gonzalez Vielma, a 22-year-old Chilean student, titled, “Why I Like Korea”. She said she started learning Korean at the age of 12 when she fell in love with Korean soap operas and telenovelas. As she made friends with a Korean family in her hometown, she got more interested in things Korean. In the video, Vielma sang in fluent Korean, “I Miss You”, by Kim Bum-soo, part of the sound track from the popular 2003 soap opera “Stairway to Heaven“.
10 BEST HISTORICAL DRAMAS
Historical dramas run the gamut from comedy to brutality, sometimes all in the same drama! Counter to the normal K-Drama, a historical drama can actually provide a little bit of education. While I won”t pretend that “The Night Watchman” or “Book of the House of Gu“ is real, they do have as their backdrop a real period in history, which can provide an interest in learning more about that era. They can also provide a rich visual feast and show you things you simply won”t see anymore. Whatever the reasons, the historical drama is an important K-drama staple. Here are my picks for the 10 best!
The much anticipated Korean film of Lee Minho and Kim Raewon “Gangnam 1970” will be also released internationally.
“Gangnam 1970″ will be distributed in Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and other Asian countries. It was initially promoted to be released in December this year, was moved earlier to November 2014. However, it was confirmed that the release date of the movie was changed to January 2015.
“Gangnam 1970″ (previously entitled “Gangnam Blues”), which used a worldwide hit OPM song “Anak” on its trailer, is a noir action film written and directed by Yoo Ha. Lee Minho will be top-billing it with Kim Raewon. The story happened in 1970 featuring the backdrop of the real estate development of Seoul”s Gangnam district. Lee Minho and Kim Raewon are childhood friends, but their friendship will be tested as the story gets deeper.
Yeongjo gives Sun a chance to be reinstated as prince-regent—all he has to do is meet the Qing envoys who are on their way and ready to declare war (over a naval skirmish with a Joseon fishing boat), and stop a war from happening. Oh, is that all?
He makes it clear that taking on the task is a double-edged sword because if Sun succeeds, he does get to be regent again, but if he fails, he will forever be stripped of his rights to the regency. That means he’ll never practice politics ever again. Yeongjo makes sure to add that he won’t be lenient on him just because he’s his only son. I’m pretty sure no one here thought you would. But his point stings nonetheless—he’s happy to find a successor elsewhere.
Actress Lee Chae-yeong is coming back with elegance, haughtiness and fanciness in the new JTBC drama “Maids”.
Lee Chae-yeong has changed into the most beautiful gisaeng there is in Hanyang.
Lee Chae-yeong“s role of Ga-hee is a real character from the Chronicles of Tae Jong who many ministers openly fought for. However, as much as she was the woman of many, she ran a VIP brothel and was known for her elegance and haughty character.