Sinopsis Drama Korea Wonderful Days Episode 1
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.
KBS2TV’s latest weekend drama “Wonderful Days” has quickly proven to be a hit.
According to ratings agency Nielsen Korea, the second episode that aired on February 23 at 8pm recoded viewer ratings of 30.3% (Seoul area). This is a 6.5% rise from the first episode, which attracted 23.8% of the viewers.
“Wonderful Days” starring popular actress Kim Hee Sun is currently the leading weekend drama with a large margin, and is rapidly becoming one of 2014′s most viewed dramas, charming the viewers with its thrilling story and skillful acting.
Wow, talk about a 3-in-1 combination! 2PM’s Ock Taecyeon displayed his gentleness towards his family in the recent episode of KBS’ “Wonderful Days.” Episode three of the KBS drama showed how Ock Taecyeon’s character, Kim Dong Hee, cared for his family. Although in the public he maintained his manly composure, a scene in the March 1 episode depicted Dong Hee as the best son, brother, and father. When he returned home to find his mother praying, the son pleasantly surprised his mother, Jang So Shim, with a loving back hug. The action alone could label him as Korea’s best son, as Dong Hee openly displayed his love to his mother. However, his love wasn’t reserved only for his mother, as he showed care for his entire family.
With MBC′s Infinity Challenge planning on cheering the Korea team at the Brazil World Cup, the cast began looking for recruits, auditioning B1A4’s Baro, Jung Il Woo and Park Shin Hye.
After the March 29 broadcast, Baro and Jung Il Woo were confirmed for participation, even passing the hidden camera test where their managers asked if they would join the cheering the squad or start a new drama with a big production team and SNSD’s Yoona.
Park Shin Hye also auditioned with the Infinity Challenge members telling her she passed upon arrival. Park Shin Hye, like Baro and Jung Il Woo, auditioned, but the episode never revealed whether or not she will be joining the squad.
For the last two years the members of 2PM have remained firm in their conviction that all of the eligible band members would enlist at the same time. They have not yet decided on an enlistment date but whatever it is, despite the difference in their ages, they will enlist together.
The rationale was that if they all entered together, it would take them less time to complete the mandatory military duty required of all Korean males, ages 18 to 35. That would mean the group would reunite more quickly and could get back to making music. Taecyeon, Chansung, Junho and Wooyoung will also have to put their acting careers on hold when they enlist.
Sooyoung of Girls’ Generation is praised for her wonderful acting in the recent Wednesday-Thursday drama, “Spring Days of My Life.”
Recently, Sooyoung’s acting has been receiving a lot of attention for her portrayal of Lee Bomyi as emotions and tensions run high on the recent episode of “Spring Days of My Life.” A writer from TV Report Korea wrote a spotlight on Sooyoung as an actress, complimenting her – “Her acting is real. She is an ‘actress’ rather than an ‘idol who acts.’”
We all know those celebrities, the ones that started as singers or actors but struggled in their primary field. Then one day, they go on a variety show, and – BAM! – suddenly, they are one of the most popular celebrities in the Korean entertainment industry. Here are some success stories that really stuck with me.
Sure, now everyone knows who Kwang Hee is. As an extension, everyone has at least heard of ZE:A now too. (ZE:A is the idol group Kwang Hee is a member of.) But at the time Kwang Hee first started getting popular, many people had not even heard of him.
Name: 공효진 / Gong Hyo Jin (Kong Hyo Jin)
Profession: Actress and model
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Star sign: Aries
Blood type: A
Family: Younger brother
Talent agency: SidusHQ
Education: John Paul College, Sejong University
Hobbies: Computers, swimming and tennis
Flower Boy Ramyun Shop (TvN, 2011) Cameo
The Greatest Love (MBC, 2011)
Pasta (MBC, 2010)
Thank You (MBC, 2007)
Hello My Teacher (SBS, 2005)
Sang Doo, Let’s Go To School (KBS, 2003)
Snowman (MBC, 2003)
Ruler of Your Own World (MBC, 2002)
Wonderful Days (SBS, 2002)
Drama City ‘Love Without Hope’ 사랑하라 희망없이 (KBS, 2001)
My Funky Family 가문의 영광 (MBC, 1999)
Name: 김재원 / Kim Jae Won
Date of birth: February 18, 1981
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Blood type: B
Family: Parents and an elder sister
Education: Sangmyung University (acting major)
Talent agency: Dazzle Entertainment
May Queen (MBC, 2012)
Can You Hear My Heart (MBC, 2011)
Hwang Jin Yi (KBS2, 2006)
Great Inheritance (KBS, 2006)
Wonderful Life (MBC, 2005)
She Is Nineteen (SBS, 2004)
Beijing My Love (KBS2, 2004)
Land of Wine (SBS, 2003)
Romance (MBC, 2002)
Rival (SBS, 2002)
My Love Patzzi (MBC, 2002)
Honey Honey (SBS, 2001)
Wuri’s Family (MBC, 2001)
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)
GONG YOO as Seo Yoon Jae (Y)
LEE MIN JUNG asGil 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 Y finding that key and then going out to meet S who runsover and hugs him. She says I worried so much – if something like thathappened you should have told me first. She tries to kiss him but hepushes her away saying-ya what are you. S says I love you and D callsout Y’s name. Y looks at D then at S and calls “YJ” a bad name. S saysto D: you were with him too. D thanks her for bringing Y’s stuff. S: Iam his friend. Y: a friend? D tells Y to thank S. S says to Y: if youare grateful, make me a drink. I want to drink what you make. D invitesher in for coffee but S ignores her again and says to Y: instead ofcoffee, let’s drink the tea you brought from London that you sharedwith me. D says that tea is good so come in. when D walks aheadwondering where that tea is, S grabs his arm and says: I want the two ofus to be together so cant you tell her to go? S calls out for D andsays there are some cookies that are delicious at the bakery so couldyou go buy some so we can eat with the tea. D says I will hurry and gobuy them. Y motions for her not to go. S mutters that D doesnt have anysense (about what’s going on) and tells Y “let’s go in.” Y pulls awayfrom her and calls out to D. he runs over and puts his arm around hershoulder. Y says to S: the two of us want to be alone so you go. D getsin his face and says your friend came all this way so we should havesome tea with her. Y says to S while trying to move D’s head out of hisway: that tea that seo YJ split with you, you drink that all alone. yousure are making a fuss about him splitting it with you. and if you wantto eat cookies. go home and buy it and eat it. no matter how much thattastes good, you eat it all alone-there is no need to divide that inhalf. D and S both call out his name. D: why are you like this to yourfriend. D smiles at S to go up and drink tea while she hurries and buysthe cookies and then go up. Y stops her and says dont go to buy cookies.D: I will just go and buy some cookies. Y: I wont eat it. I said I wonteat it so dont go to buy it. D: if your friend wants to eat somecookies, you should buy it and let them eat it. let go. Since shepersisted in going, Y picks D up and tells S: we wont eat cookies so yougo. arent you going? you sure dont have any tact. I want to be alonewith my fiance – just the two of us. so friend – go. He carries Dinside. D: why are you like this YJ shi?
This drama draws on Hisaya Nakajo‘s manga series “Hana Kimi“ that was published by Hakusensha from 1996 to 2004. The Korean interpretation centers on Goo Jae Hee (Sulli), a Korean girl who live in the States, but transfers to an all-boys school in Korea.
Jae Hee decides on the transfer after watching a track and field competition on TV, and becomes inspired by high-jump athlete, Kang Tae Joon (Minho). She begins to idolize the young athlete and eventually transfers to Korea to go to the same school after he experiences an injury that may potentially end his athletic career.
A new week means it’s time to name another Star of the Week, so read on for this week’s nominees and don’t forget to vote!
Lee Min Ho
We’re just days away from the premiere of SBS’ The Heirs, which means we will soon be seeing a lot of the drama’s male lead and Korea’s resident flower boy Lee Min Ho.
The drama has already gathered much interest for its star-studded cast, and at this point, we just want to get on with the show and see Lee Min Ho in action.
Actor Lee Jun Ki opened up about the effects of filming his drama, “Two Weeks.”
MBC’s “Two Weeks” followed the story of Jang Tae San (played by Lee Jun Ki) who, after living the lowest standard of life, found the will to live after discovering the existence of his daughter. The drama portrayed the survival of Jang Tae San, wrongly accused of murder, and his efforts to bring justice and save the life of his sick daughter. Keeping up with the role throughout filming required Lee Jun Ki to stay in character, often times causing him to become emotionally drained.
Today’s first released stills are behind the scenes of actors fighting the cold while filming. Gaaahhhhh… I’m already shivering on behalf of them when I look at these.
I often feel so bad for them when they have to wear so thin during filming (because they have to fashion the sponsor apparels) and also admire their dedication to complete filming out in the cold or snow! Nothing comes free without putting some hard work into it and this is what the actors are doing – fighting the cold to deliver us their best in The Heirs.
Mi-rae’s Choice: Episode 15 RECAP by Drama Beans
Se-joo belatedly reveals himself to be Mi-rae’s savior, explaining that he simply wanted to approach her as a man, nothing more. With that, he asks her to accept his feelings. At her silence, he slips the ring on to her finger and hugs her.
Having signed the contract, Shin shows up to work at NTN the next day. He overhears a few employees arguing, but the pretty VP tells him not to worry about it and leads him into his swanky new office.
The first poster photo for MBC’s latest drama “Miss Korea” has been revealed!
The captivating shot was shared by the drama’s representatives on December 10, a few days after releasing the first video teaser. In the photo, you can see the main character Oh Ji Young (Lee Yeon Hee) posing confidently while being surrounded by her quite interesting styling team. Kim Hyung Joon (Lee Sun Kyun) is holding a large painting brush with a palette in his other hand and seems to be polishing the nails of Oh Ji Young, while Mr. Jung (Lee Sung Min) is polishing the beauty queen’s shoes with a very unconventional tool that looks like a welding machine. Sitting on the table is Go Hwa Jung (Song Seon Mi), who is carefully observing the process with a slight smile on her face. Overall, the paint cans and piles of cords make the set a quite unusual one, making us wonder what sort of means the team will use to make Oh Ji Young’s beauty shine.
Medical Top Team is ending which means another drama gets to take its home. The new occupant of the very low ratings spot is none other than Lee Sun Kyun’s and Lee Yeon Hee’s romantic comedy Miss Korea. I hope they have better luck here.
What is it about? From AsianWiki:
Set in the year 1997. A cosmetics company is in bad financial shape. To save the company, Hyung-Joon (Lee Sun-Kyun) and other employees try to make Ji-Young (Lee Yeon-Hee) into Miss Korea. Back in their high school days, Ji-Young was the most beautiful student. She now works as an elevator girl.