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Name: 이다해 / Lee Da Hae (Yi Da Hae)
Real name: 변다혜 / Byun Da Hye (Byeon Da Hye)
Profession: Actress and model
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Star sign: Aries
Blood type: O
Family: Older brother
Talent agency: J. Tune Entertainment
Education: Burwood Girls High School (Sydney, New South Wales, Australia), Dongguk University (Theater and Film degree)
Hobbies: Watching movies
Languages: Korean and English
Has released a digital single called “If You are Willing To” (당신이 원하신다면) from the drama My Girl that she sang in episode 4
Lee and her family lived in Sydney, New South Wales for 5 years
Name: 이인 / Lee In
Real name: 이준 / Lee Joon (Yi Jun)
Star sign: Gemini
Blood type: B
King Geunchogo (KBS1, 2010)
Stone (KBS2, 2010)
Sungkyunkwan Scandal (KBS2, 2010)
Chuno (KBS2, 2010)
Empress Chun Chu (KBS2, 2009)
Glory of Youth (KBS1, 2009)
The Painter of the Wind (MBC, 2008)
Dae Wang Sejong (KBS1, 2008)
Cannot Hate You (SBS, 2007)
Hwang Jin Yi (KBS2, 2006)
Freeze (CGV, 2006)
Drama City episode Pokhara (KBS2, 2005)
Woman Above Flower (SBS, 2005)
Papa Sea (MBC, 2004)
Magic (SBS, 2004)
War of the Roses (MBC, 2004)
The Immortal Lee Soon-Shin (KBS1, 2004)
Sweet 18 (KBS2, 2004)
Present (MBC, 2002)
Sidestreet People (KBS2, 2002)
Empress Myung Sung (KBS2, 2001)
Korea Gate (SBS, 1995)
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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.
Korea seems to have caught the “Re-4 disease” as cable channel tvN’s Friday-Saturday drama “Reply 1994” recorded its highest rating of 7.3% since it started airing four weeks ago.
The seventh episode, “That Summer,” was aired on November 7 and was warmly received, earning itself a 6.2% rating. The peak viewership reached 7.3% and was number one in cable, satellite and IPTV viewership during the same period.
The show seems to be bent on breaking its own records, with the sixth episode garnering an average rating of 5.8% (peak 6.9%). It is predicted that “Reply 1994” will break its predecessor “Reply 1997”’s record average viewership of 7.6% and peak viewership of 9.5%. Viewership is evenly spread amongst all genders and age groups, ranging from 10s-50s. Combined with its number one ranking in its time slot, it just might qualify as the next “national drama.” Females in their 30s recorded the highest rating spike of 8.8%. (Episode 8 attained an average rating of 7.1% and peak viewership of 8.6%.)
The last few episodes have been harsh, and this one didn”t let up all that much. Still, in the midst of all the tension were some really nice little moments, and I couldn”t let those get by unnoticed…
5. Ki Ae and Hee Nam
This show has made a point of showing us that Tan”s mother, Ki Ae (Kim Sung Ryung), is not the brightest bulb in the box, but she /really/ tries to be a mom to Tan (Lee Min Ho). When Tan announces to Young Do (Kim Woo Bin) that Ki Ae is his mother and storms out, she stews in worry over what will happen and where her son ran off to. Hee Nam (Kim Mi Kyung) stops to ask what Ki Ae would like for dinner and Ki Ae”s too worried to care, so Hee Nam sits down and gives her a hand massage- awww. When Ki Ae asks about it, Hee Nam signs that Ki Ae”s complexion looked a bit off- and Ki Ae understood her! So she knows a bit of sign language? I know that”s probably not a big deal or that much of a surprise when Hee Nam”s been working there for three years, but it”s the first hint we”ve seen of Ki Ae doing something to accomodate Hee Nam, and it”s sweet.
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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.
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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.
The PD of the upcoming drama You Who Came From the Stars begged Kim Soo Hyun for his appearance in the drama.
The press conference was held for the upcoming SBS drama You Who Came From the Stars on December 16 at Yangchun-gu, and was attended by the main members of cast, including Kim Soo Hyun, Jun Ji Hyun, Yoo In Na and Park Hae Jin.
The drama has been getting a lot of attention for its cast of popular stars.
About the line-up of stars, PD Jang Tae Yoo said, “When I was casting for the lead actress, I thought of Jun Ji Hyun right away. The writer also had her in mind too. The same was true for Kim Soo Hyun. Kim Soo Hyun quickly became a star through drama The Sun and the Moon and movies The Thieves and Secretly, Greatly.”
Warning: Contains Spoilers
Last year, tvN scored a smash hit with “Reply 1997,” transporting us to a much simpler decade infused with nostalgia, growing pains, 90s pop culture and fan girls. The drama premiered with little hype, but gained recognition through word of mouth, becoming a sensation and breaking the 6% ratings barrier, considered to be high for a cable drama, and that’s not even counting the rebroadcasts. In fact, Episodes 15 and 16 of “Reply 1997” was broadcast on tvN, Olive, Mnet, OCN, Onstyle and Ongamenet simultaneously. Set in 1997 Busan, “Reply 1997″ was the coming-of-age story of a group of high schoolers who grow through their own share of teenage troubles. Set in high school, the kids were faced with teenage problems such as the hopes and dreams for the future, the mystery of girls and the era of first loves.
Lee Hwi Kyung (Park Hae Jin) starts to be suspicious and asks Chairman Lee (Lee Jung Gil) about Lee Jae Kyung’s (Shin Sung Rok) ex-wife, while Yoo Suk (Oh Sang Jin) gets attacked by an unidentified assailant and Yoo Semi (Yoo In Na) finds Do Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun) to discuss what just happened. Chun Song Yi (Jun Ji Hyun) is restless when she sees just Do Min Joon and Yoo Se Mi go inside Do Min Joon’s house…
I Need Romance 3 – Episode 1, Episode 2 Recap by Couch-Kimchi:
The third installment of the I Need Romance series is here and I bet you thought you learned something about romance in the first two series, right? Pfft. Those two were chickenfeed compared to this drama which is pulling all the stops when it comes to romance. And to show just how serious they are about it, there’s French everywhere. The first words spoken are: “J’ai envie de romance” which means I might need to have Google Translate open to keep from missing anything.
Lee Hwi Kyung (Park Hae Jin), who went to Chun Song Yi’s (Jun Ji Hyun) movie filming set to support her, sees Yoo Se Mi (Yoo In Na), but pretends that he didn’t see her. Lee Jae Kyung (Shin Sung Rok), who is suspicious of Do Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun), plans to find Do Min Joon’s weakness. Do Min Joon suddenly disappears from the police station during his interrogation, and appears in front of Lee Jae Kyung full of rage…
Love was in the air, as the stars updated fans with Valentine’s treats. See the sweet in today’s Twitter Roundup.
Girl’s Day Minah tweeted a photo of her Valentine’s Day treat on February 14, writing “I received chocolate, but huk…! The universe… I love stars so much these days…Is there anyone else who came from the stars…”
Miss A’s Jia tweeted a photo on Valentine’s Day as well, writing “HVD~ Have a good day~^^. I’m going to spend it with my ‘boyfriend’ too~ㅠㅠ. My ‘boyfriend’ is too tall~ Or am I too short?ㅋ.”
Today is Valentine”s Day!
You know what that means. Chocolates, flowers, teddy bears… Well…. if we had a significant other, maybe. Thankfully for the rest of us who happen to be single, we can overdose on ice cream and chocolate by our lonely selves and live vicariously through drama couples. For this Valentine”s Day, we decided to look at some of the drama couples with relationships that we dreamed of having (SPOILERS BELOW)!
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MBC Wednesday-Thursday drama “Miss Korea” released pictures of the cast at the last filming session ahead of its final episode on February 26.
The drama’s production company, SM C&C, put out these pictures on February 26 that showed the cast of “Miss Korea,” including Lee Sun Kyun, Lee Yeon Hee, Lee Mi Sook, Lee Sung Min and Song Sun Mi, behind the scenes, all wearing bright smiles on their faces.
“Voice Korea”s Ji Se Hee will make her comeback with her first mini-album “Blooming” with the help of her former mentor Kangta!
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Ji Se Hee made her debut with her single album “One & Only” last April, impressing and touching the hearts of fans with her sweet voice in the confessional love song. It has been revealed that her “Voice Korea” coach Kangta gifted Ji Se Hee with one of her new double title tracks which he composed, wrote, and arranged.
After charming the audience with her humble personality and skillful acting, actress Song Ji Hyo has become one of the hottest Hallyu stars in Chinese-speaking countries.
It all begun with “Running Man.” Together with Yoo Jae Suk, Kim Jong Kook, Haha, and other male members, Song Ji Hyo has entertained the viewers through a number of hilarious episodes. The cast members have travelled around Asia to greet their local fans, and the responses have been particularly hot in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong.
9 Bromances that tugged at our heartstrings
The bromance is just one among the large number of tropes in K-Dramas – the bond between two or more men that really helps define their characters. Sometimes, it takes a blow because of the romance, as the third member of the inevitable triangle feels resentful. Other times, it”s just a side story that”s sweet for the audience to watch. Whether the bromance is endearing or edgy and angsty, no one can deny that the bromance is an essential part of K-Dramas.
“You”re Surrounded” Episodes 1-9 Review
Move aside F4, we now have a new group taking over primetime television in South Korea! The clumsy and clueless detectives affectionately nicknamed P4 are here and ready for review. Now that “You”re Surrounded” is halfway through (well, almost – the elections changed things so only one episode aired this week), there is a ton to talk about as fans eagerly anticipate the remaining eleven episodes to what should be a super exciting finale.