The Cast From My Love From Another Star
Name: 정려원 / Jung Ryu Won (Jeong Ryeo Won)
Real name: 정여원 / Jung Yu Won (Jeong Yeo Won)
Nicknames: “Hot Dog” and “DaRamJue” (squirrel)
Profession: Actress and singer
Birthplace: South Korea
Star sign: Aquarius
Blood type: B
Family: Older brother and younger sister
Talent agency: TN Entertainment
Education: Joong Pyun Elementary, MacGregor State High School, Griffin University, GoRyu University
Skills: Playing the piano and gymnastics
Languages: Korean and English
Hobbies: Music, watching movies, sketching, and drawing character
K-pop group: Chakra (Disbanded in 2006)
Name: 박용하 / Park Yong Ha (Park Yeong Ha)
Profession: Actor and singer
Date of death: 2010-June-29 (Suicide)
Birthplace: South Korea
Star sign: Leo
Blood type: B
Education: Chungang University (Theatre major)
Hobbies: Bass guitar, musical performance and singing
A Man’s Story (KBS2, 2009)
On Air (SBS, 2008)
After Love (CS, 2005)
Tokyo Wankei (Fuji TV, 2004, cameo)
Loving You (KBS2, 2002)
Winter Sonata (KBS2, 2002)
Well Known Woman (SBS, 2001)
More Than Love (MBC, 2000)
Snowflakes (KBS2, 2000)
allkpop [TV Program Guide] [Variety Edition]: [Op-Ed] Leessangs departure from variety: the problem with jumping to conclusions
I don’t usually discuss serious topics on the allkpop TV Guide. But this past week, something really big happened, something worth talking about – and it, sadly, didn’t need to happen at all.
I am, of course, talking about the hip-hop duo Leessang‘s announcement that they would be ending all of their stints on variety programs, with Gil on ‘Infinity Challenge‘ and Gary on ‘Running Man’. This is a reaction to the massive backlash they have received over a concert (‘Super 7‘), featuring the ‘Infinity Challenge’ members, that was produced by Leessang Company.
It’s all about the ladies in this week’s short list of Star of the Week nominees, but we also threw in one ladies man, so read on and cast your vote for your favorite star!
Park Shin Hye
With an October 9 premiere on the horizon, the cast of upcoming SBS drama The Heirs has been hard at work on the set of the star-studded drama.
While the drama boasts a colorful cast of talented idols, we’re highlighting Korea’s sweetheart Park Shin Hye as she takes the lead role, playing Cha Eun Song, a hardworking lower class girl.
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Kim Kwang Kyu, Lee Soon Jae and Oh Young Shil are veterans in the biz.
Ahead of its premier, tvN’s Potato Star unveiled the kiss scene between Ha Yeon Soo and Yeo Jin Gu.
Yeo Jin Gu and Ha Yeon Soo are expected to show a blossoming love line on the tvN sitcom, Potato Star 2013QR3, which begins on September 23. Still cuts released on September 23 raised the anticipation bar with the two actors appearing quite affection towards each other.
Putting their names together, Yeo Jin Gu and Ha Yeon Soo have already received the nickname of ‘Gu Soo Couple’ online, proving the popularity of the show even before its broadcast. In the released photos, the Gu Soo Couple reveal bright smiles and friendly interactions.
Despite the cliché poor girl vs. rich kids storyline, we’ll admit like many of you, we’re counting down to the premiere of SBS drama The Heirs.
And with much hype surrounding its star-studded cast, we want to know which ‘heir’ you think will rule over all in this week’s poll.
Park Shin Hye
Park Shin Hye is set to play the housekeeper’s daughter Cha Eun Sang, or the ‘poor heiress,’ who gets tangled in a love triangle with two rich kids played by Lee Min Ho and Kim Woo Bin.
As the National Foundation Day of Korea came to a close, so did SBS’ Master’s Sun, which ended its series of ghosts, mystery, and love.
Master’s Sun achieved its highest ratings thus far with 21.8 percent, finally breaking in the twenties. The last episode wrapped up loose ends and brought Joo Joong Won (So Ji Sub) and Tae Gong Shil (Gong Hyo Jin) together, providing the sweetest scenes that provoked some squirming and jealousy at the same time.
With the drama prepares for its premiere, FT Island’s Lee Hong Gi will be the first singer to grace the OST of SBS’ The Heirs.
On October 8, FNC Entertainment stated that Lee Hong Gi will be singing the main title song, This Meaning (tentative English title) for The Heirs, which begins on October 9.
With his refreshing and powerful voice, Lee Hong Gi will sing a sweet confession with lyrics that say, “I only see you, I love you.” With exciting rhythm and guitar sounds, the medium tempo song with Lee Hong Gi’s voice mixed in will add to the drama.
Kim Tan (Lee Min Ho), who looks around indifferently, notices Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye) from the back and his heart stops. Eun Sang, who doesn’t realize that Rachel (Kim Ji Won) is near, ignores her angrily calling out for her and heads straight to the departure gate without turning back. Meanwhile, Tan is left alone and he looks to be very lonely…
Madam Han: You, who can’t even birth children..
Jung Ji Sook: *slap* Should we witness how Tan, his hyung’s rival, took care of his mom?
Rachel: He said that he’s been living carefree and doing well.
Yoon Jae Ho: Why would a tiger leave his own cave…
Kim Nam Joon: Unban your brother from exile.
Tan: I came.
Tan: The things you’ve worried about, hyung, won’t happen.
Choi Dong Wook:
Eun Sang’s mother: This is the place where we’re living.
Eun Sang: Are you out of your mind?!
Myung Soo: Do you live here?
Myung Soo: *thinks* Did Tan move?
Madan Han: Now you can’t even use your eyes?
Eun Sang: I’ll go instead.
Madam Han: Really? You have to do that much to repay for rent.
Tan: I keep seeing something like the back of a girl..
Madam Han: Don’t getup, daughter. Let’s live here together.
On October 18, Big Star Entertainment announced that, “Girl group BBde Girl member Nana was cast as ‘Young Mi’ in ‘Love and War 2‘ and will make her appearance in episode 90, ‘I Love Money More.’”
“I Love Money More” will air this friday and follow the lives of couples that encounter discord after marriage.
It isn’t the first time Nana has made an appearance on KBS 2TV’s “Love and War.” Previously, she also appeared on episodes 84, “Going Crazy Because of Love” and special idol episode 86, “My woman’s man.”
Kim Tan (Lee Min Ho) is shocked by seeing Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye) at his house. Meanwhile, Eun Sang is surprised when she sees Kim Tan right when she finishes school. Meanwhile, Rachel is pissed that Kim Tan didn’t let her know that he is back in Korea while Eun Sang transfers to Jaeguk High with the help of Chairman Kim..
Jung Ji Sook: He’s all grown up now, knowing how to drive out his older brother.
Cha Eun Sang: Don’t move.
Rachel: You… what are you doing right now? Are you crazy?!
Cha Eun Sang: I’ll just take your nametag. Call me if you want to find it.
Choi Young Do: Is this your number?
Cha Eun Sang: Huh?
Choi Young Do: I even went to the extent of paying to get your phone number.
Kim Tan: Because I’m interested.
Cha Eun Sang: That’s why, why should you..?
Kim Tan: Because you’re pretty.. I can’t get you out of my mind and it’s killlllling me.
Cha Eun Sang: Lets just forget about school and get out of this dog house like we’re hidden criminals!
Choi Young Do: I didn’t [properly] introduce you.. you’re mine from today.
Yoon Chan Young: A school for satans.. and Lucifer makes his appearance..
Kim Tan: Missed you, friend.
Choi Young Do: Welcome.
“Idol among models” Ahn Jae Hyun has been cast in the new SBS Wednesday-Thursday drama “My Lover From The Stars.”
According to the drama production company HB Entertainment on October 21, Ahn Jae Hyun will play the brother of Hallyu goddess and top star Cheon Song Yi (played by Jeon Ji Hyun).
“My Lover From The Stars” is a “faction” romance drama, taking the sighting of an unidentified object in 1609 recorded in the annals of the Joseon dynasty, as the true historical background on which the writers layer on the whimsical and absurd. It tells the miraculous love story of Do Min Jun (Kim Soo Hyun), an alien who landed on earth 400 years ago during the Joseon dynasty, and rude Hallyu top star Cheon Song Yi.
Chan Young (Kang Min Hyuk), who saw Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye), grabs her wrist to lead her out and starts to explain the class ranking system of Jaeguk High. Rachel is crabby because Kim Tan (Lee Min Ho) is taking care of Eun Sang and insists that her transfer to the school has to do something with him. Meanwhile, Kim Tan and Young Do are fiercely staring each other down in an empty classroom…
When we watch dramas or movies, we often get the impression that actors and actresses are pretty and elegant in real life just as they are in character. Moreover, we get the feeling an actor or an actress has a good personality when he or she takes on a nice and pleasant role. However, most of the time, it is a misunderstanding because what they portray on camera can be completely different from who they really are in reality.
Playing a role that is different from their personality goes to show what great actors they are, and it is what gets viewers curious about an actor’s real life and personality. Continue reading to find out what stars have revealed about themselves.
On October 27, actress Ha Ji Won and co-star Ji Chang Wook were recently revealed in breathtaking stills for the upcoming drama “Empress Ki.”
The stills, shot during a royal ceremony scene, show the two actors in beautiful headpieces, and red and black royal dress, with majestic gold embroidery.
Shot against the backdrop of imperial China, these scenes were filmed with absolute care, down to each individual prop, and gave the feel of an authentic royal ceremony.
Kim Tan (Lee Min Ho), who misunderstands Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye) for being with Choi Young Do (Kim Woo Bin), becomes short-tempered asking her why she met him while Eun Sang becomes curious of the two’s relationship. Rachel (Kim Ji Won), who hears that they should take a family portrait from her mom, goes to find Young Do. Meanwhile, Kim Won (Choi Jin Hyuk) treats Kim Tan, who cheerfully greets him, the opposite with coldness…
After reporting that she was positively reviewing the highly anticipated drama , “My Lover From the Stars,” Yoo In Na has confirmed her decision to join the cast.
With its pilot episode coming up in December, “My Lover From the Stars” already cast Kim Soo Hyun and Jeon Ji Hyun as its leading roles.
Yoo In Na most recently received love as Lee Yoo Shin from the KBS drama, “You’re The Best Lee Soon Shin” for her acting skills, beauty and fashion sense.
Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye), whose heart hurts after receiving Kim Tan’s (Lee Min Ho) confession, can’t give a reply while Kim Tan, who hit Choi Young Do (Kim Woo Bin) listens to his father’s warning. Meanwhile, Eun Sang gets accepted by Jeguk High’s broadcast station’s PD, and Rachel ends up hearing what Kim Tan says to Eun Sang…
Kim Tan: Do we look good together?
Choi Young Do: Why do you ask an important question like that?
Kim Tan: We look good together.
Mistress Han: If you act like that, you and your mom can’t live here anymore.
Choi Young Do: Sit.
Cha Eun Sang: What’s the meaning of me sitting here?
Kim Tan: Stand up. I SAID TO STAND UP!
Choi Young Do: What kind of eating manners is this.
Kim Tan: This b****.
Despite recently denying rumors of a new season, it has been reported that MBC’s “Daddy! Where Are You Going?” has sent a love call to actor Kwon Sang Woo.
According to the show’s representative, they are working hard to persuade Kwon Sang Woo to join the program. “‘Daddy! Where Are You Going?’ has a strong emphasis on the personalities of the fathers and the children. Kwon Sang Woo and his son Ruk Hee are receiving a positive response from the public for their family-oriented image,” the source explained as the reason for the love call.