Taste Life Korean Drama Episode 50 Sypnosis
They walk back home and E tells her to go and rest. She asks if he isgoing with her to get the clothes tm but he tells her to go alone cuzhe isnt a sato who will follow a girl ghost around. he goes in and shemutters – that figures. I thought you were too nice to me all day. shelooks at the moon and says –you charlatan old fogey – how could you justgive me two (moons)
Jade and Hades are talking about fishing and food for fish. Jadetosses his line out and asks how is my form – look how all the fishgathered. hades says form wont catch the fish. in fishing the food hasto be good. jade says if I used that I used a good one. he changes thesubject and asks what are you going to do about arang – you have tosend her to heaven like you promised. Hades says I never promised butjade says you did so you are going to keep your promise right. Hadesasks if he has some personal plan to keep Arang in heaven so jade admitsto a personal plan. Jade thinks he caught a fish
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.
A secret never stay hidden forever, the truth always prevails. No matter how hard people are trying to hide their secrets, their problems, sooner or later, people will discover them. For Jae Hak and Eun Jin; they know they cannot hide their relationship forever; they’re not naive but obviously they don’t realize that Mi Kyung has already found out about their “humane relationship”. People say the quiet ones usually are the ones who’ll attack and cause extensive damages; so they’d better get ready because Mi Kyung will do anything she can to “torture” them.
“I Need Romance 3″ Episode 7 – 8 Recap by Couch-Kimchi:
This drama zips through relationships faster than a CW teen show. At this point, it’s like an American sitcom with 1-episode relationships except that instead of main characters dating quirky guest stars, they are dating other main characters.
Having said that, I found this week’s episodes a little interesting.
We learn that for the two months Sweet Potato has lived with Joo Yeon, he’s been her unpaid homemaker and caretaker while she’s been too busy to relax and enjoy a meal. She doesn’t really stop till the night she cries after disappointing her sunbae. After resting on Wan’s comforting shoulders for a bit, she suddenly perks up, announces that she’s hungry and rummages through the fridge for something to eat. Then she’s back to her old self. She tells Wan that she’ll now be given the cruel nickname of $200/minute which was originally coined by Tae Yoon. He was also the one who whipped her into shape and made her the successful, highly productive, heartless, drone-like employee she is today. I don’t think the drama could be more obvious about which guy it ships.
The moment Dal-goo steps out of Da-jung’s house with her stolen prize money, he gets a call from Woo-jin. He’s a nervous mess over the phone, especially since Woo-jin continues to ask questions that make him uncomfortable.
So while he tries to pass his nervousness off in order to get off the phone as quickly as possible, Woo-jin knows exactly what went down. That’s why Dal-goo finds him waiting outside his apartment door before he gets home.
Caught red-handed, Dal-goo has no choice but to try and defend his actions—in his mind, Da-jung is better off being indebted to the show than his boss. Woo-jin disagrees, and Dal-goo switches to blaming him for being the reason Da-jung is still playing the game in the first place.
Chief Oh and Dong-shik freeze and stare at their unwelcome new team member, who smirks at their reaction and notes Geu-rae’s impressive luck in his position, considering his lacking credentials. He chooses to settle in at Dong-shik’s desk while the rest of Sales Team 3 remain stone-faced.
Chief Oh requests a new team member, but Manager Kim refuses to comply. He says that Chief Park is a great addition to his team, since he’s had a great record in the company. He tells Chief Oh to compromise and just prioritize work.
“The King”s Face” opened with a fast-paced, visually pleasing and plot-thin first episode. All main characters were introduced with their major qualities and quirks and physiognomy, or face reading, is given its proper place at the top of the totem pole. Based upon this opener the drama could be beautiful and vapid, or beautiful and delve deeper than what was given in this first taste.
There is no doubt that “The King”s Face” is a beautiful drama. The filming is smooth, the colors vibrant, the angles creative. The casting is solid, costumes and sets are lovely. Everything is as it should be. And yet, it felt like mindless hour. There was no need to truly engage in order to follow along. The premise is an old one: father and son of high-stature pitted against each other as political enemies. King Seonjo and Prince Gwanghae are a well-known story in Korean history. It”s all well-trodden territory. Even the face-reading aspect is used and, in fact, disputed. What “The King”s Face” is going to need is to be more than skin deep.
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.
The air is tense as Sales Team 3 convenes to hear the recording of Geu-rae’s call with Assistant Manager Seok, the One International representative in China. Chief Oh calls Assistant Manager Seok to ensure that everything is going fine and that the recording of the call is erased. He asks Chief Chun and Dong-shik to leave the room to give Geu-rae a proper scolding and explanation. What he did may have just put their team in more danger.
In the meeting room, Chief Oh says that Assistant Manager Seok isn’t in a position to formally take responsibility for his information. Now with Geu-rae voicing suspicions about their contract with Poshin, he may feel anxious and take unwanted action against them. There is also no evidence or grounding for Geu-rae’s assumptions on the executive director’s kickback. This issue will only get larger, and if it’s revealed that the executive director isn’t involved in shady business, Geu-rae and the team are in some deep shit.
Hoya “Traumatized” from Colleagues Constantly Questioning His Sexuality Written by Nick On February 20, 2015
Hoya of Infinite has received plenty of praise for his acting skills in the famously popular drama Answer Me 1997. He seems to have surpassed the mediocre standard to which a lot of people hold idols-turned-actor, rising above expectations and playing his role well. Perhaps too well, it seems.
For those of you who haven’t watched the (amazingly life-changing) drama Answer Me 1997, Hoya plays the character Joon-hee, a gay high school student in love with his best friend Yoon-jae (played by the equally handsome Seo In-guk, who also rose to acting fame with this drama). He’s closeted to basically everyone, except for his other best friend Shi-won (the beautiful and talented Eunji of A Pink), to whom he comes out halfway through the drama.
Now that school is officially out of session for most students–except for those poor souls who are stuck taking summer classes–you know what you have to do! No, not sleep in, go to the beach, or hold a grand barbecue cookout, you silly! It”s time to quench your “Hallyu thirst” with all the K-Pop comebacks of the summer and hole yourself up in your room for a long-awaited K-Drama marathon.
As someone who once was a broke student on a budget (ah, the good times when eating out at Applebee“s was an event to look forward to), I have learned to be resourceful and find ways to satiate my Korean Wave mania in the least prodigal way possible. During those destitute days when I had nary a penny to my name, I always turned to Amazon.
BTS deliver Exciting performance In ny town For 1st U.S. stop On Their Red Bullet excursion [Concert Review]
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manhattan town is the birthplace of hip-hop, where acts like Grandmaster Flash and the Sugarhill Gang used to spit rhymes over birthday party records all over underground, basement presentations. On July 16, the Korean hip-hop crew BTS took NYC target markets back to the days of father-influenced rap with their sold-live longer than carry outance at best possible purchase Theater.
BTS, often referred to as Bulletproof Boyscouts or Bangtan Boys, have grown in repute because in their gangster rap imagery and difficult-hitting rhymes which reflect on fresh problems like college conflicts or romance.
The Faith – The Great Doctor Episode 12 Recap by njkim
Lee Min Ho as Choi Young
Kim Hee Sun as Yoo Eun Soo
Yoo Oh Sung as Gi Cheol
Lee Philip as Jang Bin
Ryu Duk Hwan as King Gong Min
Park Se Young as Princess Nogook
Sung Hoon as Chun Eum Ja
Shin Eun Jung as Hwa Soo In
Lee Byung Joon as Jo Il Sin
Hi:D Last time, GC came to know that CY gonna visit him, and ES goesto CY worrying about him. Is CY gonna in danger?! Let’s see
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Last weekend, actor Lee Byung Hun walked the red carpet at the Los Angeles premiere of his first historical drama film ‘Masquerade‘ (Korean title: ‘Gwang Hae: The Man Who Became King‘). ‘Masquerade’ opened in select theaters across North America on Friday, September 21.
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Warning- there are spoilers for the first ten episodes of ‘To the Beautiful You‘ ahead!
Due to what is either poor planning or unfortunate timing, the idol-laden KBS drama ‘To the Beautiful You’ has been struggling to gain viewers, consistently coming last in broadcast ratings for its Wednesday and Thursday night slots.This may be due to premiering during the final episodes of the wildly-popular ‘Bridal Mask‘ (KBS2), and now running at the same time as another popular drama, ‘Arang and the Magistrate‘ (MBC).In addition, this drama runs late at night, even though it is targeted at a younger demographic of viewers and should probably be playing a little earlier in the evening.
It’s October, and the three main broadcasting companies have fielded new dramas. KBS2’s “Future Choice” starts on October 14, and SBS’ “The Heirs” and MBC’s “Medical Top Team” started on October 9. While all three dramas have their own charm, they all happen to have one thing in common – idol group members with major roles.
“Future Choice” Jung Yong Hwa
Four-member band CNBlue’s leader and main vocalist Jung Yong Hwa (25 years old) has a leading role for the third time. Prior to CNBlue’s Korean debut in 2009, he played Kang Shin Woo in SBS’ “You’re Beautiful,” earning him the nickname “Towel Guy.” He then went on to play male lead Lee Shin in MBC’s “Heartstrings.” In “Future Choice,” he plays the role of Park Se Joo, disguising himself as a maknae VJ. Acting alongside the likes of Yoon Eun Hye, Lee Dong Gun, and Han Chae Ah, Jung Yong Hwa will show off dual sides with his gentle charm as a rookie VJ and another side as a charismatic, cold chaebol heir.
To create a complete character, a writer, director, actor, and staff must think about every detail, starting from the clothes, gait, speech, and even to the hair.
In the quickly changing and over-saturated Korean entertainment industry, many actors feel the necessity to change their appearance to get into the character and to help the audience differentiate between the various roles the actor has played. In particular, the hairstyle plays an important role, often acting as a shorthand to describe a character, with curly hair representing an unruly, wild, and even comical personality, and straight hair representing a straight-laced and/or sophisticated character. The hair length often matters too, with the “sweet” heroine sporting long and soft hair, and the second female lead portraying an evil character with short and sleek hair.
The Heirs (Inheritors) Episode 6 Live Recap
We are back at the school, with ES suddenly getting in between KT and YD. YD whistle, sayings “what’s this, a gift for me?” KT, ” Why are you here without your uniform on.?” CY gets in, telling her to follow. ES and CY leaves. Rachel demands to speak with KT, and they walk away.
Rachel questions KT about whether he knew & had the will to keep ES from transferring to the school. KT remarks he has no choice in any life decision, including his engagement with Rachel.
The Heirs (Inheritors) Episode 8 Live Recap
We are back infront of ES’ cafe, with KT irritated and angry at ES for doing YD’s bidding.
KT: Start liking me now. Just as I like you.
KT and ES give each other a long stare.
KT: SO from this point onward, don’t act like you can be easily victimized.
ES: I’m going pretend I didn’t hear that. See you.
KT: Answer me and then go.
phone suddenly rings from KT’s mother.
KT takes the phone away
KT: I’m having important conversation with her, i’ll call back later.
ES: Return my phone! I need to pick up that phone, my life is complicated as it is, why are you complicating this?!
KT suddenly hugs ES.
Kdrama The Heirs (Inheritors) Episode 9 Live Recap
Tan is waiting outside the door of his house for ES. He gives her back her phone, and lightheartedly whines that he got hurt and was scolded by JS, wanting her attention. But ES just looks worried. Still, without saying anything, she tries to go in, but Tan stops her. ES pleads, “Don’t hold me and don’t block me. Don’t wait for me from now on.” She tries to go in again, but Tan turns her back. ES pleads again. She doesn’t want to be recorded on the security cam. Tan: “That darn CCTV.” HAHAHAHA! ES reminds him that he is the one who warned her about the camera. Tan yells, “What I do told you, what I warned you about…Did you ever really listen?”