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[Spoiler] Added episode 7 captures for the Korean drama "Fated to Love You"

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Added episode 7 captures for the Korean drama "Fated to Love You" (2014)Directed by Kim Hee-won-II, Lee Dong-yoonWritten by Jo Jin-gook, Joo Chan-okNetwork : MBCWith Jang Hyeok, Jang Nara, Choi Jin-hyeok, Wang Ji-won, Jeong Eun-pyo, Choi Dae-cheol,...Wed, Thu 22:00SynopsisA remake of a Taiwanese drama from the year 2008. A normal and non-existant woman spends a night with an heir to a wealthy family.Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2014/07/02

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Lee Seung Gi To Romance Moon Chae Won In 'Today's Love'

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Lee Seung Gi will romance Moon Chae Won in an upcoming film that has been described as a realistic love story.

In "Today"s Love," he plays Junsu, a man who can"t make his relationships work because he always gives too much of himself. Moon Chae Won plays Hyun Woo, a witty, talkative meteorologist.

The film has been described as a romance movie that depicts relationships between men and woman as being as delicate and complex as the weather.

As there are all kinds of weather, the couple"s relationship might have to weather tumultuous storms, heat waves or a chilling frost.

Lee Seung Gi has previously said he is very fond of acting in romantic comedies and the bigger the challenges a fictional couple faces, the better

Lee Seung Gi and Moon Chae Won cast as leads in romance film "Today"s Love"

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Lee Seung Gi and Moon Chae Won have been cast as leads in the upcoming romance film "Today"s Love".



The two actors will be working together again after co-starring in the 2009 drama "Brilliant Legacy". "Today"s Love" is Moon Chae Won"s return to the big screen after "War of Arrows" in 2011 as well as Lee Seung Gi"s film debut. Lee Seung Gi will be playing the role of Junsu who is generally unsuccessful in relationships because he doesn"t know when to stop giving, while Moon Chae Won will play a weather woman who"s both sharp and aggressive.

He commented, "What drew me in is the everyday story, and I like this kind of genre. I"m also a fan of director Park Jin Pyo, so I"m happy for this opportunity to work with him. It"s my first movie role so I feel pressure, but I will approach it from a learner"s point of view

Lee Kwang Soo impresses with the perfect portrayal of his character with Tourette syndrome on “It’s Okay, That’s Love”

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The giraffe we all love from Running Man because of his sense of humor and variety skills is now impressing viewers with his acting skills from the new SBS drama “It’s Okay, That’s Love”.

Lee Kwang Soo is playing the role of Park Soo Gwang, son of Sung Dong Il, who has Tourette syndrome. Standing behind his parents" door, Kwang Soo showed signs of Tourette syndrome making involuntary tics or repetitive movements and sounds. 

Because of his perfect portrayal, netizens flattered him with compliments such as, "Lee Kwang Soo portrayed his character well! I didn"t expect he"s doing such role.","He"s so versatile. I like his acting.","He"s going to be a good actor in the future.","I"m going to watch your acting from now on." and more.

Meanwhile, “It’s Okay, That’s Love” premiered on July 23 and airs every Wednesday and Thursday on SBS

K-Drama OST Roundup: EXO Chen Sings For ‘It’s Okay, That’s Love’

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(Photo : SBS ) EXO"s Chen sings for "It"s Okay, That"s Love."

K-Drama original soundtrack releases are back in full swing, following a summer that has been dominated by idol group releases. EXO member Chen, Kim Jaejoong, and Seo In Guk are among the high caliber artists that have participated in K-Drama soundtracks.

Chen delivers the track “Best Luck” for part one of the “It’s Okay, That’s Love” soundtrack. "Best Luck" topped real time charts Olleh, Genie, Bugs, and Soribada upon its release.

"Best Luck" is a soulful R&B track which captures the emotional range of "It"s Okay, That"s Love." 


“It’s Okay, That’s Love” stars actors Jo In Sung, Gong Hyo Jin, Running Man’s Lee Kwang Soo, and EXO’s D

"It"s Okay, That"s Love" premieres, but which Wed-Thurs drama was #1 this week?

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"It"s Okay, That"s Love" premiered this week, but it was "Joseon Gunman" that rose to the top of its time slot this week!



According to AGB Nielsen Media Research, the July 24th episode of KBS 2TV"s "Joseon Gunman" achieved an 11.9% viewer rating, which is a 0.3% increase from its previous viewer rating of 11.6%.

MBC"s "Fated To Love You" broke its own record by rising 0.9% from a 9.7% to 10.6% viewer rating, and SBS" "It"s Okay, That"s Love" dropped 0.2% from a 9.3% for its premiere to a 9.1% viewer rating.

Which Wed-Thurs drama are you starting or catching up with?

Junggigo Releases MV for “Too Good” Feat. Boyfriend’s Miinwoo from “High School: Love On” OST

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Rookie solo singer Junggigo released the music video for his song “Too Good” featuring Boyfriend‘s Minwoo through the official 1theK YouTube channel.

“Too Good” is part of the OST for the drama “High School: Love On.” The drama stars INFINITE’s Woohyun and Sungyeol and also child actress Kim Sae Ron. The song is an urban dance number with a style and tempo that match the drama very well and will be used as the ending title and theme song for the characters.

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Infinite’s Woohyun and Sungyeol Reveal Thoughts on Kiss Scene with Kim Sae Ron INFINITE’s Sungyeol Expresses Worry About Being Compared to Won Bin Woohyun Takes Kim Sae Ron On a Motorcycle Ride in “High School: Love On” 

Junggigo sings "Too Good" for "Highschool:Love On" OST ft. Boyfriend"s Minwoo

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Are you getting the thrill of the love triangle between Sungyeol, Woohyun, and Seron on the romantic fantasy teen drama "Highschool:Love On"?

Singer Junggigo is going to get you into the blossoming romance even more with his OST "Too Good" for the drama. His warm voice fits well with this med-tempo song along with Boyfriend"s Minwoo"s rap.



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Yoon Hyeon-min, a handsome doctor in "Finding True Love"

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KBS 2TV drama star Yoon Hyeon-min"s still cuts have been released.

He takes on the role of plastic surgeon Do Joon-ho. In the pictures released, he"s smartly dressed with glasses and a white gown.

Yoon Hyeon-min is famous for being a former baseball player turned actor who left an impressive performance in the drama "Inspiring Generation". In "Finding True Love", he is a handsome character who draws women with his every move.

It seems like the playboy character of Do Joon-ho will be portrayed better than ever by Yoon Hyeon-min.

"Finding True Love" is a melodrama that is written by Jeong Hyeon-jeong and produced by Kim Seong-yoon. To be released on the 18th of August.

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Junggigo releases “Too Good” featuring BOYFRIEND’s Minwoo for “High School: Love On” OST Part 1 

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On July 5th, Junggigo released an OST track for the KBS drama “High School: Love On.”

Junggigo’s track, “Too Good,” features BOYFRIEND member Minwoo and is an upbeat track. “Too Good” is used as the theme song for the main characters in the drama in addition to being the ending theme as well.

"High School: Love On" is currently airing on KBS every Friday and stars INFINITE’s Sungyeol and Woohyun as well as Kim Saeron as the female lead, among others.

In addition to the release of the song, a music video for the track was released on July 25th as well. Junggigo’s smooth vocals convey the sincere message of the lyrics and complement the scenes from the drama that are shown in the music video perfectly. Minwoo’s rap near the end of the song completes the song with a fresh melody

[Video] Added Korean drama "It"s Okay, That"s Love" episode 1

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Added episode 1 for the Korean drama "It"s Okay, That"s Love"

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"It"s Okay, That"s Love" (2014) Directed by Kim Kyoo-tae Written by Noh Hee-kyeong Network : SBS With Jo In-Seong, Kong Hyo-jin, Seong Dong-il, Lee Gwang-soo, Jin Kyeong, Lee Seong-kyeong,... 20 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00 Synopsis Based in a mental clinic, this drama portrays the life and love of modern day people. Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2014/07/23

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HIGH4 confess their love to Kim Ye Rim with roses in teaser for "A Little Close"

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HIGH4 set out to express their affections for their next muse, Kim Ye Rim (Lim Kim), with roses in the MV teaser for their comeback!


As mentioned before, thanks to their former muse IU"s recommendation, HIGH4 got to collaborate with Kim Ye Rim whose unique and sultry voice is apparently perfect for their upcoming medium tempo, urban R&B song "A Little Close" (Korean title: "Don"t Ask, Just Do").


Kim Ye Rim finds herself the center of attention with the members all confessing their love with roses in the teaser above, but unfortunately their efforts seem to end in vain as her bodyguard kicks them out. Check it out for yourself as you await HIGH4"s new release on the 29th!

[Spoiler] "It"s Okay, That"s Love" shows a scene from "That Winter, the Wind Blows"

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"It"s Okay, That"s Love" is showing fragments of Jo In-Seong"s previous drama "That Winter, the Wind Blows".

On the second episode of the drama, Jang Jae-yeol (Jo In-Seong) became Ji Hye-soo"s (Kong Hyo-jin) new roommate.

Jang Jae-yeol called his mother Ok-ja (Cha Hwa-yeon) after his radio show. He asked her what she was doing and she was watching TV. The TV screen showed a scene from Jo In-Seong"s previous drama which was also written by Noh Hee-kyeong and produced by Kim Kyoo-tae.

Ok-ja told him, "She"s crying because they broke up" and Jang Jae-yeol said, "She"s going to become sexy once she meets an innocent man". He then told his mother that he loved her.

"It"s Okay, That"s Love" is a romantic comedy drama about Jang Jae-yeol a mystery novelist with a compulsion and Ji Hye-soo a humane psychiatrist

Teaser: Yoo In Young Is the Prince’s First Love-Turned-Enemy in “The Three Musketeers”

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“I lost everything for loving the prince.”

tvN’s new drama “The Three Musketeers” has released its teaser clip for the prince’s first love Mi Ryung, played by actress Yoo In Young.

In the drama, the beautiful and intelligent Mi Ryung, while at one time Prince So Hyeon’s love, becomes his enemy. The teaser, a short 15-second bit, gives us a lot, and not quite enough. Shot in red, Yoo In Young grips a knife with a faraway, sad look in her eyes, teasing viewers with a great and perhaps tragic love story.

 “The Three Musketeers” airs on August 17.

[Spoiler] "Fated to Love You" Jang Hyeok acknowledges Jang Na-ra as his wife

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On the eighth episode of the MBC drama "Fated to Love You", Kim Mi-yeong (Jang Na-ra), a regular girl working at a law firm and Lee Gun (Jang Hyeok) the CEO of Jangin Chemicals, were starting to feel drawn to each other for the first time since their marriage.

Lee Gun"s mother (Park Won-sook) took Mi-yeong to a party to introduce her to everyone.

Even though Wang introduced her daughter-in-law, everyone in that social group already thought of Mi-yeong as a fraud who approached Lee Gun, intentionally. Lawyer Min (Kim Yeong-hoon) got drunk and said nasty things about her in front of everyone.

Lee Gun appeared soon and confidently introduced his wife. He said, "She"s not that smart or meticulous. She was not a good student and her worst subject was math"