Sinopsis Time Slip Dr Jin Episode 8 Pelangi Drama
Starts from M asking – are you KJ? D comes in and calls out his name.M cries and says: are you really KJ? KJ ah. She hugs K. suddenly shefaints so K carries her to his bed. D says she must have gotten hurt andwas shocked. she looks at the wound and says look at the blood. shemust have been scratched by the glass. thank goodness it doesnt lookserious huh? K says I cant look at blood. I will go buy medicine so takecare of M
CS tries to call M but she isnt picking up. maybe I should have gone with her.
The fall TV lineup has us excited with storylines that will probably suck us in (goodbye social life) and, of course, pretty idol stars.
From medical dramas to time slip pieces, there’s something for everyone this season, and while we can’t seem to settle on a favorite, we want to know which drama you’re looking forward to the most.
Medical Top Team
Like the title suggests, MBC’s upcoming drama Medical Top Team boasts a top star cast, including Kwon Sang Woo, Jung Ryeo Won, Joo Ji Hoon and SHINee’s Minho.
It was revealed that Big Star member Baram recently appeared in a cameo role on KBS 2TV’s Monday-Tuesday drama “Future Choice” (written by Hong Jin Ah and directed by Kwon Gye Hong and Yoo Jong Seon).
Baram appeared on October 15’s second episode broadcast of “Future Choice” as leader of idol group JG Chang Gong, catching the eyes of viewers.
In the drama, he plays Chang Gong, the leader of an idol group, who gets caught driving without a licence and ends up facing public criticism. He issues a public apology for his actions to a crowd of reporters gathered in front of the police station, stating, “I am sorry to the fans as well as to the public.”
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.
EPISODE 13 RECAP
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Se Joo walks into the meeting room, introduces himself as Miranda’s grandson who inherits her blood and money but there is one thing that cannot be inherited and that is a challenging mind. He delivers an ambitious speech of his plans for making YBS into a media station that keeps challenging itself and into a media conglomerate that is recognized worldwide.
Mi Rae tries to get a grip of herself in the ladies after getting officially rejected by Shin, Writer Bae walks in and queries her regarding her Christmas date. Meanwhile, PD Lee wakes up from his little drooling nap (yes, there is drool on the desk) and sees Se Joo looking down on him, frowning. LOL. PD Lee obviously has no idea and continues to mock Se Joo but changes tone straight away and shuns Se Joo aside when the vice director enters the office. Oppa enters seconds later and pays his respect at Se Joo awkwardly and using Jondaemal. PD Lee thinks it was some kind of joke and takes him awhile to grasp the truth. Mi Rae is the last to enter the office and sees Se Joo.
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Bellies stuffed, the cast readies themselves for a post-dinner mission on this MT (short for “membership training,” an overnight trip where schoolmates or co-workers play games, eat, and drink a-plenty) with guests Ryu Hyun-jin and Suzy.
Their task is to find (or steal) the pillows hidden in the basecamp and return to their sleeping quarters to stake their claim to one of six spots. Last week’s winnings equate to each member’s allotted time for the game, which means the Betrayal Trio only have about thirteen minutes.
It is time to say goodbye to KBS2TV’s “Marry Him If You Dare,” as the last episode of the drama will air today. However, to wrap up the drama in a memorable way, Yoon Eun Hye, Lee Dong Gun, and Jung Yong Hwa gathered to sign their scripts of the drama and snap a few photos.
The last filming took place in Icheon, Gyeonggi Province, on December 1. The three actors put forth their best effort to film a high-quality scene for the very last time. Despite the scene being short, it was shot multiple times to fully capture the detailed emotions that the three wanted to deliver. Even when lacking sleep and having a tight schedule, the actors appeared more energetic than ever and touched the producers’ hearts with their unbelievable professionalism. Having spent almost four months together, the three have become comfortable and friendly with each other, and like a small family, they kept joking and taking photos until the very end, making the atmosphere on set even more heart-warming.
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The crowd currently set on stoning Shin-young to death are suddenly startled by the sound of a gun—Japanese police officers have shown up to break up what they deem as an illegal protest.
Sung-won tries to rally the people to hold their ground, but another shot fired into the crowd scatters them. Meanwhile San, unconscious from having protected Shin-young, is helped up by Chi-ho and Sung-won. The latter rejects the former’s offer to take San to the hospital, claiming that the only way Chi-ho can help is to pretend like he never saw them.
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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.
Answer Me 1994 Episode 17 Recap by Dramabeans:
Big things are in store for many of our characters, and a few mysteries are answered for us (though not, of course, the main one. Goodness knows we couldn’t have that). It’s a rewarding hour for those of us who’ve been waiting for concrete movement on multiple fronts, and the payoff is both sweet and a little melancholy, which is pretty much what this series does best.
Answer Me 1994: Episode 17 recap by Drama Beans: “Love, Fear Part 2: Answer Me 1997″
In 2013, Haitai wonders where Binggeure went, to which Yoon-jin asks, “Can’t you guess?” Haitai can but we can’t, since we’re being kept in the dark. Thanks for that, drama.
Back to May of 1997, where post-bus-accident Garbage now has his arm in a sling and his neck in a brace. That’s what you get for messing with fangirls, dude. He assures Na-jung over the phone that he’s totally fine, and his friend Min-jung raises an eyebrow at the obvious lie. He makes sure that Na-jung is coming down tomorrow for her birthday, and it’s sweet how much he clearly wants to see her, busy schedule and practicality be damned. The next day he sleeps in the break room sitting up, afraid he’ll oversleep if he lies down.
RECAP: FIFTH RECORD
Min-joon saves Song-yi from falling overboard, and as he puts her to bed, she pulls him down to her to give him a kiss. She murmurs, “You’ve gone crazy,” but it’s more to herself than to him, believing herself to be dreaming him up. She hushes him from speaking and sighs, “Yeah, I was too lonely all this time and it’s been hard on my body. I’m even dreaming up sexy dreams now. It’s time I married. Hormones are honest.”
Drifting off to sleep, Song-yi curls into Min-joon’s coat for warmth—the one he’s wearing, which pulls him even closer to her. Looking completely out of his element (well, even more than he is, for being an alien and all), Min-joon carefully extricates himself.
With Episodes 20 and 21 “Man from the Stars” has officially come to an end. The final two episodes aired amongst great speculation about possible endings and the delivery was filled with largely satisfying emotions. That being said, saying goodbye is never easy, no matter if you are an alien, an actress, or an invested viewer.
Key Plot Developments:
Min Joon Explains His View on Death
During his 400 years on Earth, Min Joon has seen death countless times, but it is only now that he has experienced love that he understands the point of trying. It’s the moments in life that are the most important. Even with the certainty of death, we can still live happy lives.
Through their respective interviews, Jaejoong and Yunho have indirectly given words of encouragement for each other’s career paths, acknowledging the start of Yunho’s next drama in correlation to Jaejoong’s end as a good thing.
Following the successful ending of his most recent drama “Triangle,” Jaejoong sat down for an interview with MBN Star News in Shinsadong Province, Seoul on July 30th, where he spent part of the interview encouraging his previous leader Yunho for his first attempt at starring in a historic Korean plot. Titled “Records of a Night Watcher,” it is planned to premiere as a Monday-Tuesday drama through MBC. As Jaejoong had previously undergone acting in such a setting through “Time Slip, Dr. Jin,” he gathered what he had learned from his experience and sent a helpful message to Yunho, choosing to support him.
No regrets. I have absolutely no regrets on sacrificing an hour of beauty sleep to watch the second episode of “Liar Game.” It’s everything I had hoped for, but they actually delivered so much more. I’m on the verge of sounding like a spastic fangirl, so let’s move on to the top five moments in episode 2 before I completely lose it!
1. A touch of humor.
Jo Dal Goo, the loan shark, is determined to help Nam Da Jung and takes her to meet Professor Cha Woo Jin on the day of his prison release. When a heavily clothed man steps out, the crowd standing outside waiting for Cha Woo Jin brushes him off – that is, until Jo Dal Goo takes off running after him. The chain reaction is immediate as everyone, even Nam Da Jung, begins chasing after the poor man as well. One man actually shoves Nam Da Jung aside like a brute and she hurts her ankle. Unable to stand, much less run, she’s left with little choice but to take a breather in the grass, cradling her injury.
In the wake of Yeongjo’s order to kill everyone in possession of the book that makes him complicit in his brother’s death, Sun finally confronts him with the truth: Did he sign the maengui? Is he Juk-pa and does that mean that everything written in this book is true?
Yeongjo quakes with rage to be confronted with the truth so head-on by Sun, and cries defensively, “‘How afraid were you? How difficult and scary was it? Didn’t someone threaten to kill you? If you didn’t sign that document, were you scared they would kill you?’ If you are my child… IF YOU ARE MY SON—that is what you should ask!”
MBC’s fifth “Drama Festival” special, called “Old Goodbye” (tentative English title), has dropped stills of stars Jang Hyuk and Jang Nara, who will be making a quick reunion following “Fated to Love You.”
“Old Goodbye” is a ‘time slip’ story about second chances, and tells the story of a man, who, for his dying wife, goes back in time to when she was twenty-two, seventeen, and ten, and falls in love with her as if it’s for the first time.
“Misaeng” keeps knocking me out with it’s weekly offerings of great acting performances, tight writing, lovely shots and editing, and heartwarming stories about characters we’ve grown to really care about. This week at the office was a tough one for everyone – Young Yi is still dealing with being on a team that abuses and under-appreciates her, Baek Ki has second thoughts about staying at One International, and Sales Team 3 keeps getting dealt blow after disappointing blow. It’s a cut-throat world of business out there, and the biggest question of the week was “when is it too much?”
During his coffee break, Chief Park decides that he’d prefer his coffee made by a woman, and requests one of the female staff members also taking a break to make a cup of coffee for him. She politely obliges, but she and the other women silently tense up when he makes them uncomfortable with his lewd remarks (which he excuses by pretending he’s actually referring to a car in the magazine he’s reading, ugh).
Almost at the end! *Sniff* Finale week is upon us, and it definitely starts to feel like we’re heading into the final stretch as we prepare to say goodbye to these characters and take a look back at how far they’ve come.
The downside is that the feeling is a bit bittersweet, and I’ve come to love everyone so much that I’ll be sad to not have any more of them to watch. The happier flipside to that, though, is that we gear up for some major payoffs as the big threads come together, ready for their happy finale.
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