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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.
“Man from the Stars” Episode 1 Recap by drama beans
We begin in 1609, the first year of Gwanghae’s reign during the Joseon era. It’s on August 25 that a mysterious “round, shining flying object” was sighted and logged in the official records; it zoomed overhead with “a thunderous noise” before disappearing into sparks, leaving the skies clear and cloudless.
(This is a real part of historical record, and served as the basis for tvN’s sci-fi-mystery drama Joseon X-Files, which I recommend by the way.)
Okay, I seriously love this episode. I swear it’s not even because our hero finally gets a makeover (even though that’s worth a round of applause in and of itself—fare thee well, Mop of Shame!), but because the family stuff hits all the right chords. It’s an episode about fathers, and the kind of love that’s so steadfast that sometimes a reminder is a shock to the system—a poignant, tear-filled, affectionate shock.
Tiger J.K – “첫사랑” (First Love) for the Pinocchio OST
We rewind a little to see that Dad finds the kids on the rooftop and hides out of sight, just in time to watch Dal-po try to stop In-ha’s day-long bout of hiccups, over having to lie that things went great with Mom and she’s totally fine giving up on journalism altogether. In-ha knows that Dal-po gave up college for her, and says she can’t live off of his taxi-driving income forever.
But Dal-po stops her from burning all her books by declaring that he needs them now, because he’s going to become a reporter too. Just like that, her hiccups stop, and fireworks explode in the distance.
GONG YOO as Seo Yoon Jae (Y)
LEE MIN JUNG as Gil Da Ran (D)
BAEK SUNG HYUN as Gil Choong Sik – D’s younger brother. (CS)
SUZY as Jang Ma Ri (M)
SHIN WON HO as Kang Kyung Joon (K) JANG HEE JIN as Lee Se Young. the female doctor who likes YJ. (S)
Starts from D walking towards S’s front door. Then how K is runningto her location. D turns away from the door then puts the key in andunlocks the door. S asks who is there. Y grabs D and turns her around toface him. Just as S opens the door, he shuts it. D says let go of herso he does. She tells him to put down his arm (holding the door closed)too but he shakes his head no. she pulls his arm and says let go but hewont. she hits him to get out of the way but he takes all her hits. Hetakes the key from her and she says dont do that. he throws the key awayand then both go after it- she is trying to pick it up and he is tryingto prevent her. he holds her back so she says let go of me- why are youlike this. let go. he kicks the key away and finally picks her up andcarries her out of the building before she can grab the key. S comes outand looks at her key on the floor.
Name: 송옥숙 / Song Ok Sook (Song Ok Suk)
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Dae Mul (SBS, 2010)
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Pasta (MBC, 2010)
Smile, You (SBS, 2009)
Queen Seon Duk (MBC, 2009)
Can Anyone Love (SBS, 2009)
Innocent You (SBS, 2008)
Beethoven Virus (MBC, 2008)
Hometown Legends (KBS2, 2008)
Don’t Ask Me About the Past (OCN, 2008)
Why Did You Come to My House (SBS, 2008)
Woman of Matchless Beauty, Park Jung Kum (MBC, 2008)
Bad Love (KBS2, 2007)
Belle (KBS1, 2007)
Fly High (SBS, 2007)
Witch Amusement (SBS, 2007)
My Lovely Fool (SBS, 2006)
My Sister (MBC, 2006)
Mr Goodbye (KBS2, 2006)
The Book of Three Han (MBC, 2006)
Hello, God (KBS2, 2006)
Love Needs a Miracle (SBS, 2005)
Hometown Station (KBS1, 2005)
Only You (SBS, 2005)
Fashion 70′s (SBS, 2005)
5th Republic (MBC, 2005)
The Bean Chaff of My Life (MBC, 2003)
Kitchen Maid (MBC, 2002)
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Before jumping right into the story, tvN’s Reply 1994 will start up a special episode to get viewers ready for the second season of the Reply series.
On October 11, Reply 1994 will begin with Episode 0, giving a good introduction to the upcoming drama. A similar special was aired for Reply 1997 as well.
“In Episode 0, you’ll be able to get a grasp of what kind of stories and past times will appear in the drama,” said the drama PD, Shin Won Ho. “It’ll be full of things to see, so please show your interest and support.”
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ES walks into airport to see R hugging T. She turns to leave, but Tan sees her and calls out to her. “Cha Eun Sang, stop right there.”
Eun Sang turns around. T says bye to R, and walks over to ES, R completely forgotten now. T yells at ES for not calling. He wants her number from her. ES looks at R. She says to T that she thanked him and already said bye so don’t leave his fiancé like that to ask her something like that. ES walks past T and R. R looks at T, realizing more how much T likes ES already.
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.
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.
Kim Hyun Joong and his co-star Im Soo Hyang visited the filming site for the upcoming drama KBS 2TV The Age of Feeling even though they didn’t have any scenes to shoot that day.
In order to show support for the drama and staff, Kim Hyun Joong, who plays the protagonist, Jung Tae, visited the site with a truck full of snacks to warm up the staff, who had been filming into the late night.
Im Soo Hyang, who will act along Kim Hyun Joong, also showed her support by visiting the site with warm beverages, cheering up the staff.
“Secret” – Week 6 Recap by Couch-Kimchi:
Another tense week! This writer may be a rookie but she definitely knows what she’s doing. I learned the writer for the synopsis is Choi Ho Chul and the main script writer is Yoo Bo Ra. (thanks so much, @cynkdf!) The dialogue is refreshingly clear and sensible, which is amazing. I love each episode more than the previous, which is rare for me in K-drama watching.
Min Hyuk goes searching for Yoo Jung at the bakery. He runs inside, calling “Substitute” and then calls out her full name. He hears a noise. He opens a bedroom door to see her sitting on the floor, banging her head repeatedly against the wall. He puts his hand between her head and the wall but she sobs harder. He pulls her into his arms and just holds her while she cries out.
“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” Episode 19 Video Preview
Korean Drama “The Heirs” Episode 19 Recap
Kim Tan: I would like to formally date Eun Sang.
Eun Sang’s mom: I can’t give my consent to you two.
Ki Ae: He’s handsome, tall, good, and risks his life on all things regarding Eun Sang. My son is more dear, but why are you saying no?
Basketball: Episode 15 RECAP by Drama Beans
After San scores Korea’s first one-handed basket, Chi-ho congratulates him. San replies that it wouldn’t have been possible without his help, to which Chi-ho smiles and says, “Thanks to you, I was reminded why I play basketball. My calling as a basketball player… I’ll never forget it again.”
They decide to work together as a team, and we only hear of their win when Daddy Choi does, through the radio. This news, like all other news ever, makes him angry.
Korean Drama “The Heirs” Episode 20 Video Preview
Yoon Chan Young: Looks like the company stockholders want a successor because the daily operations might get affected.
Cha Eun Sang: Did something happen at the company?
Kim Tan: You worried a lot, right? I’ll try to win.
Choi Dong Wook: Take care of yourself.
Choi Young Do: Then what’s going to happen?
Choi Young Do: Are you going to prison?
Kim Won: Are you going to attend the stockholders meeting?
Heiress: Is it okay if you marry me?
Jeon Hyun Joo: Lets break up, us two. That’s my wish.
Lee Hyo Shin: Thanks for showing me warmth during my cold high school years, Cha Eun Sang.
Cha Eun Sang: What the..? Sounds like he’s leaving or something.
Kim Won: Father’s got selected at the stockholders meeting.
Choi Young Do: Looks like it’s a matter whether having a mom or not.
Kim Tan: Help me.
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.
I just love this couple. There’s something really gratifying in the whole Superman–Clark Kent duality of doing something for the person you love, then keeping your cover by putting up a different facade entirely. It’s interesting that Min-joon’s facade is actually his natural personality—gruff and crotchety—and yet it’s becoming a mask more than anything. As he explains, things are changing, and not just in an emotional way, with his impending interstellar voyage stirring some physical changes as well. Or is it? What else could it be? Stuff to wonder 2about.