Sinopsis Drama Korea Love Wind Love Song
Name: 장동건 / Jang Dong Gun
Profession: Actor, musician and singer
Birthplace: Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea
Star sign: Pisces
Blood type: O
Talent agency: Star M Entertainment
Family: Wife/actress Ko So Young and a son
A Gentleman’s Dignity (SBS, 2012)
All About Eve (MBC, 2000)
Springtime (MBC, 1999)
Ghost (SBS, 1999)
Love (MBC, 1998)
Ready Go! (MBC, 1997)
Model (SBS, 1997)
Myth of a Hero (MBC, 1997)
Medical Brothers (MBC, 1997)
Icing (MBC, 1996)
The Last Game (MBC, 1994)
Il-Ji-Mae (MBC, 1994)
Our Heaven (MBC, 1993)
Name: 나영희 / Na Young Hee (Na Young Hui)
Also known as: Nah Young Hee
Real name: 방숙희 / Bang Sook Hee (Bang Suk Hui)
Birthplace: Boeun-gun, Chungcheongbuk, South Korea
Star sign: Virgo
Rooftop Prince (SBS, 2012)
Unexpected You (KBS2, 2012)
The Women of Our Home (KBS1, 2011)
Baby-faced Beauty (KBS2, 2011)
Paradise Ranch (SBS, 2011)
Gloria (MBC, 2010)
Oh! My Lady (SBS, 2010) cameo
A Good Day for the Wind to Blow (KBS1, 2010)
The Woman Who Still Wants to Marry (MBC, 2010) cameo
Style (SBS, 2009)
Queen of Housewives (MBC, 2009)
The World That They Live In (KBS2, 2008)
Family’s Honor (SBS, 2008)
Returned Earthen Bowl (KBS2, 2008)
In-Soon is Pretty (KBS2, 2007)
Miracle (MBC, 2006)
Queen of the Game (SBS, 2006)
The Invisible Man (KBS2, 2006)
Hello, God (KBS2, 2006)
The Youth in Bare Foot (MBC, 2005)
Wedding (KBS2, 2005)
Sad Love Song (MBC, 2005)
Escape From Unemployment (SBS, 2003)
Independence Gate 독립문 (KBS1, 1984)
Name: 박진희 / Park Jin Hee
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Star sign: Capricorn
Blood type: B
Family: Older brother
Education: Dongduk University (Broadcasting and Entertainment Major), Yonsei University School of Social Welfare (Master’s)
Hobbies: Movies, water skiing
Fermentation Family (jTBC, 2011)
Giant (SBS, 2010)
The Woman Who Still Wants To Marry (MBC, 2010)
On Air (SBS, 2008) cameo
Money’s Warfare (SBS, 2007)
Please Come Back, Soon-Ae (SBS, 2006)
After Love (CS, 2005)
MBC Best Theater Love Without Regret (MBC, 2005)
Since We Met (MBC, 2002)
Stock Flower (KBS2, 2001)
Look Back in Anger (KBS2, 2000)
Kaist (SBS, 1999)
In Search of Love (KBS2, 1998)
Start (KBS, 1996) debut
Name: 신은경 / Shin Eun Kyung (Sin Eun Gyeong)
Profession: Actress and model
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Education: Dongguk University (Seoul, Korea’s premier Buddhist institution of higher learning)
Still You (SBS, 2012)
Flames of Ambition (MBC, 2010)
White Lies (MBC, 2008)
Mom Has Grown Horns (KBS2, 2008)
Bad Couple (SBS, 2007)
Wave 파도 (SBS, 1999)
Song of the Wind 바람의 노래 (SBS, 1998)
Salted Mackerel 자반 고등어 (MBC, 1996)
About 여 (MBC, 1995)
General Hospital (MBC, 1994)
Pilot 파일럿 (MBC, 1993)
Last Victory and Defeat 마지막 승부 (MBC, 1993)
Beautiful Turf of Old Days 옛날의 금잔디 (KBS, 1991)
Desire it Bit 욕망의 문 (KBS, 1988) debut
The drama world kept our eyes glued to the screen all year round, but it’s time to decide which drama stole the show in 2013.
We’ve divided the year’s dramas into categories by timeslot – Mon/Tues, Wed/Thurs and Fri/Weekend – so be sure to check out each category and, of course, vote!
But choose wisely, because the top drama from each timeslot will advance to the final round, where the drama with the most votes from each category will compete for the title of Mwave′s Drama of the Year.
“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.)
From “Let It Go” off the Frozen OST, Soyu and JunggiGo’s duet “Some” to Park Wan Kyu’s single for the Empress Ki OST, “Wind Breeze,” music charts have recently begun to look richer in variety. The charts are flush with movie and drama OST tracks, indie band offerings, as well as releases from solo singer-songwriters. The February music charts so far feature a diversity of genres and musicians, leaving one wondering if the idol chart domination of music charts is a thing of the past?
Girls’ Generation’s “Mr. Mr.” becomes our new No. 1 song this week, moving up from No. 3 last week. Carrying the strength of four music show wins in last week’s M!Countdown, KBS Music Bank, MBC’s Music Core and Show Champion, “Mr. Mr.” finally moves up to the top spot and distinguish itself from the rest of the strong competitions. Congratulations to Girls’ Generations.
Moving up two spots to No. 2 is 2NE1’s “Come Back Home.” This song won on SBS Inkigayo last week and prevented “Mr. Mr.” from sweeping all music shows. “Come Back Home” was not yet ranked in M!Countdown yet as of last week, and that explains the gap in scoring between this song and “Mr. Mr.”
Breaking up is hard to do-especially in a k-drama. Lately, several k-dramas have focused on couples getting back together after a break-up or divorce. A recurring theme in k-dramas is that some couples are fated to be together and no matter how they try to avoid each other they were destined to meet. And in some cases that fate is so strong that it will survive a break-up or even a divorce.
These dramas may also reflect the rising rates of divorce around the world and in Korea. As sad as break-ups and divorces can be in real life, it”s nice to see that k-drama characters can resolve their differences and reconcile.
Entertainment companies have a significant role when it comes to sculpting their K-Pop idols from head to toe for us to idolize and enjoy. But as a K-Pop fan, it is our guilty pleasure to indulge in the personal lives of our idols to see what they are like when they are off stage. From their silly mistakes and 4-dimensional mindsets to the contrasting personalities on and off stage, we realize that there is much more than what meets the eye when it comes to our favorite K-Pop idols.
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!
The dashing hero reaches out and holds the hands of his beloved. A gentle wind blows. Our captivating heroine with perfect makeup shyly looks up at the charming lead, who has risked life and limb to defeat all sorts of demons to reach this exact moment. Somehow cherry blossoms are falling around them like a flurry of snowflakes, even though there isn’t a cherry blossom tree in sight. The charming couple locks eyes, they move in for the grand finale: the kiss. They inch closer. And we all swoon when the much anticipated lip lock happens as an upbeat OST track plays in the background, signaling the end of a 20-episode run. We feel good. We are content, satisfied that that couple we had been cheering on for weeks has achieved their happily-ever-happy ending. Right? A recent trend in K-dramas explores the other side of the grand finale and the big kiss. What happens, say, when our couple wakes up and realizes that despite all their eloquent and fervent declarations of love, they actually know nothing about each other, perhaps they got married a bit too quickly, or worse, they find out that love might not conquer all. In what I will call “Second Chance K-dramas,” but what others may call “Divorce K-dramas,” the premise is pretty standard: a couple gets divorced but, for various reasons, the story between them isn’t completely finished, and we get to watch as they struggle with both marriage, divorce, and all the messiness therein.
Actress Song Hye Kyo and actor Kang Dong Won visited Hong Kong and attended the gala premiere event to promote their movie “My Palpitating Life.” Last week, Song Hye Kyo and Kang Dong Won visited Hong Kong for the premiere of the film “My Palpitating Life” in Hong Kong, and attended the gala premiere. Song Hye Kyo and Kang Dong Won met the fans through the press conferences and gala premiere red carpet and stage events.
The production team of the movie “My Palpitating Life” said the fans in Hong Kong will be able to understand the themes of value of life and family through this film. In related news, the film “My Palpitating Life” tells a story of a couple, portrayed by actor Kang Dong Won and actress Song Hye Kyo, and their child who has a progeria. The film tells the story of parents who had their first child at the ages of seventeen, and their seventeen-year-old son who is preparing to say good-bye to the world. Kang Dong Won is to play a naïve, loving dad, Dae Soo, in “My Palpitating Life.” Song Hye Kyo, who has been taking a break from acting since her successful run of the SBS drama “That Winter, The Wind Blows” in the beginning of last year, is to play Mi Ra, who became a mother at an early age of seventeen but takes good care of her son in “My Palpitating Life.” Kang Dong Won and Song Hye Kyo have starred in “Love For Sale” together three years ago, which was a finale piece of the Busan International Film Festival directed by Jang Joon Hwan. The film “My Palpitating Life” premiered in Korea on September 3, 2014.
Actress Song Hye Kyo and actor Kang Dong Won visited Hong Kong to say hi to their fans there, and promote their movie “My Palpitating Life.” Last week, Song Hye Kyo and Kang Dong Won visited Hong Kong for the premiere of the film “My Palpitating Life” in Hong Kong, and attended the gala premiere. Song Hye Kyo and Kang Dong Won met the fans through the press conferences and gala premiere red carpet and stage events. The movie “My Palpitating Life” tells a story of a couple, portrayed by actor Kang Dong Won and actress Song Hye Kyo, and their child who has a progeria. The film tells the story of parents who had their first child at the ages of seventeen, and their seventeen-year-old son who is preparing to say good-bye to the world. Kang Dong Won is to play a naïve, loving dad, Dae Soo, in “My Palpitating Life.” Song Hye Kyo, who has been taking a break from acting since her successful run of the SBS drama “That Winter, The Wind Blows” in the beginning of last year, is to play Mi Ra, who became a mother at an early age of seventeen but takes good care of her son in “My Palpitating Life.” Kang Dong Won and Song Hye Kyo have starred in “Love For Sale” together three years ago, which was a finale piece of the Busan International Film Festival directed by Jang Joon Hwan. The film “My Palpitating Life” premiered in Korea on September 3, 2014.
That doesn’t look like a bloody good time, does it? This is the episode where things we’ve come to known start to unravel at our feet. Not only do our characters start to suspect the truth that they’ve told, but I’m starting to doubt some of the things we’ve seen in past episodes. Bad Guys has always hinted at the idea that things are not always what it seems, but now I’m starting to feel like I’ve been tricked into believing events that may or may not have taken place.
On November 29th, the famous R&B duo Fly to the Sky held a concert entitled Masterpiece of the Legends. The fantastic duo held the concert to celebrate their 15th anniversary since debut. Ballad singer Gummy was a guest at the concert which was held at the Pasadena Civic Center, outside of Los Angeles, California.
Before the concert started, Brian and Hwanhee held both a fan meeting and press conference. Fans had the opportunity to win raffle prizes, which included signed CD’s and even a trip to South Korea. Perhaps even more importantly, fans got the chance to shake hands or hug Brian and Hwanhee. The fan meeting also included and Q&A session with fans.
(Photo : Boarding House #24) “Boarding House #24″ is a light-hearted drama deserving of marathon viewership.
The holiday season has descended upon us which often means a break from work and school. There were many great Korean dramas released in 2014 and if you haven’t caught on up them, now is a great time.
Two underrated dramas that deserve a second-look
Chinese viewers will finally be able to see the MBC drama “That Winter, The Wind Blows” on their local channel Anhui TV two years after its original airing release in Korea. The drama gained much popularity during its air time in Korea and now it is set to meet the Chinese population.
The drama is about a blind woman, played by actress Song Hye Gyo, who closed her doors to everyone in her life and had trouble trusting people until she found a man whom she thought was her brother, played by actor Jo In Sung.
“We Got Married” has been so much fun to watch lately and I think it’s because the three couples are going on dates and doing things that real couples would do. There has been a lot of buzz around two of the couples leaving the show and two new couples entering the “We Got Married” family. It is sad to think the couples we have come to love are leaving because they have built such beautiful relationships, but I am really looking forward to the amazing activities the couples will do together during the time they have left. This week’s episode was just as entertaining and precious as the previous weeks. Here are some of my favorite moments from the episode!
Jo In Sung”s fans in China will have another opportunity to see him this week. The actor will have a fan meeting on March 14 at the Shang Cheng Center in Shanghai.
The actor”s 2014 fan meetings were very popular thanks to his appearance as the con man Oh Soo in the melodrama “That Winter The Wind Blows.” In that drama his character tried to con an heiress, played by Song Hye Kyo, that he was her brother. But then he falls in love with her.