On the walk to Eun Sang's house, Young Do runs into her mom. He respectfully greets her. She recognizes him from their first encounter and she notices his uniform. She gestures him to go away, but her kindness moves her to change her mind.
She welcomes him into her home and offers him a meal. While he eats, he is touched by the warm food and her generosity, tears welling up in his eyes. The moment is a surrogate for that day years ago ... when he missed his last meal with his own mother.
Mom asks him if he's Eun Sang's friend, and Young Do confesses, "I like Eun Sang."
The Heirs Episode 19 Synopsis and preview YD yells at Tan, “If you miss her, then go see her.” Tan replies he isn’t going anymore. “You can have her.” YD grabs Tan by the collar and pulls him up. He demands, “What did you say? Do you want to die? Do you have the right to break down?” Tan says, ”No, he doesn’t.” Looking at Young Do tearfully, Tan says, “I can’t do it, Young do.” Angry, YD throws Tan down and walks away. Tan struggles to get up, but he can’t.Won notifies his dad of Yoon’s new position. Dad scoffs that Yoon is only capable of reaching that high. Won and Dad go back and forth through the story of Guan Yu from the Three Kingdoms. Dad tells Won he can go now, but Won says he didn’t come to see dad
Kdrama Pinocchio Episode 4 “Romeo and Juliet” by jooniWe pick up where we left last episode with Dal Po asking In Ha to join him in becoming a journalist. This time we learn that In Ha’s dad, Dal Pyung, had been watching.In the elevator down from the roof, In Ha worries about her grandpa. He can’t know Dal Po is smart enough to become a reporter! Dal Po assures her that there is no chance he will become a journalist so there is no need to worry. In Ha corrects him that his chances are 50-50, not zero, since he either becomes one or doesn’t.Dal Pyung comes home and In Ha is afraid to tell him she is going to try to become a journalist again. But unexpectedly, Dal Pyung calls out Dal Po to talk outside and In Ha wonders why her dad would need to talk about her with Dal Po.Outside, Dal Po also thinks Dal Pyung wants to talk about In Ha’s future but he doesn’t
I was one of the many who immediately jumped on the “Old Goodbye” bandwagon when news first broke out that it was due to air this November. Not only was the time travel, fantasy plot interesting, but this drama special is, quite possibly, the only chance we’d ever get to see a true “Fated to Love You” reunion. The staff of “Old Goodbye” involves not only Jang Hyuk and Jang Nara, but also Im Hyung Joon, who portrayed half of the Hamo-Hamo duo, Mr. Choi, and Kim Hee Won, the director for “Fated to Love You.”
As such a big fan of the drama, “Old Goodbye” was a gift. The anxiety of waiting for November 10 to roll around gave way to excitement when I was finally able to push that play button
Writer Kim Eun Sook, who has penned such hits such as “The Heirs,” “Gentleman’s Dignity,” and “Secret Garden,” has revealed the story line for her next drama.
Hwa and Dam Pictures, which will be in charge of producing Kim Eun Sook’s next project, announced on February 18 that the working title of the drama is “Descendants of the Sun.” Centering on people who work at disaster scenes, the story will follow how the leads will slowly open up to each other through sacrifice and consideration amid the desperate situations they encounter. According to the production company, this drama will be a human melodrama of a blockbuster level difficult to be found among Korean dramas.
“Descendants of the Sun” will be co-produced by Hwa and Dam Pictures and Baruson Entertainment
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. As soon as he exits, he overhears scary hyung Jae-kyung confirming with his secretary that “it” has been completed, without witnesses, and that if not for somebody being greedy, he wouldn’t have had to do this
Lee Min Ho talked about acting alongside Kim Woo Bin in The Heirs.
After starring as an 18-year-old high schooler who throws out everything for love, Lee Min Ho talked about Kim Woo Bin, who acted as his rival and a friend throughout the drama.
In a recent interview with Newsen, Lee Min Ho said “I was in America to film the first four episodes and came back to Korea to film the fifth episode, and that’s when I met Kim Woo Bin for the first time.”
“The first time I acted with Kim Woo Bin, I could feel the energy out of him,” continued the actor. “I felt sure that the drama would involve an intense love triangle, if it was going to involve an actor like him. And I guessed right.”
As the popularity of the drama increased, many fans started dividing into fans of Lee Min Ho versus fans of Kim Woo Bin, with the press also focusing its attention on the two male actors in the drama
Park Shin Hye and Kim Woo Bin, two of this year’s industry aces, have received the Popular Overseas Actor Award at the 2013 Anhui TV Drama Awards!
The show hosted by television channel Anhui was held on December 18 in Beijing. Before the actual award ceremony, the two stars were surrounded by local fans when they made an appearance at the red carpet. Despite the chilly weather, the loyal fans waited for hours in order to get a glimpse of their favorite “The Heirs” couple. When Park Shin Hye and Kim Woo Bin finally entered the scene, they were met with loud cheers full of excitement.
The beautiful actress wore a chic black dress with delicate lace details, where as the handsome actor went for a sharp suit and finished the look off with a bow
2PM’s Wooyoung took part in the SBS “2013 Gayo Daejun” press conference at SBS Mokdong Headquarters in Seoul on December 18.
He will be taking part in a parody of SBS 2013 hit drama “Master’s Sun” and “The Heirs,” playing the part of Joo Joong Won from “Master’s Sun.” Appearing along with him are A Pink’s Son Na Eun and her “We Got Married” co-star SHINee’s Taemin and Girl’s Day’s Minah. They will be spreading a special message via a music drama parody that features cameos from top idol groups, SHINee, 2PM, Girl’s Day, A Pink and EXO.
The concept for this year’s Gayo Daejun is “Music Makes Miracles,” with “Friendship Project” as a music project that will be carried out as a contribution to society
SHINee’s Taemin and Girl’s Day Minah will soon parody scenes from The Heirs for 2013 SBS Gayo Awards.
At the press conference for 2013 SBS Gayo Awards, which took place on December 18, Taemin expressed his gratitude for “being a part of the big project.”
In the music drama to be showcased at the award ceremony, Taemin will act as ‘Kim Tan’ while Minah will act as ‘Cha Eun Sang’ from the drama The Heirs.
“I was a big fan of the drama,” said Minah. “So I was very happy to take the role of ‘Cha Eun Sang.’ The weather was really cold when we filmed, but the very first scene was a hug scene, which made me feel both nervous and warm.”
“I was also happy to act as ‘Kim Tan,’” said Taemin
“The Heirs” Recap has been written by Soompi Forum moderator laquetahodge for us on a weekly basis. She has her own blog called K-Drama Central with a lot of useful information and advice on what to watch, in case your drama plate isn’t full enough! -soomp
Well the time has come, “The Heirs” has finished. If you want to cry, we’ll have a moment of silence for those going through early withdrawal symptoms. We didn’t get a terrible ending, not everyone got a happy ending, but it wasn’t too open that left me guessing. I don’t like being left guessing after an ending, it feels so unsatisfying. So what were some major moments and some of my favorite scenes from the final week? Let’s find out.
Won and Hyun Joo Break Up
Can’t say I didn’t see this one coming, we had all the signs in what little screen time our Tan/Eun Sang mirrored couple had
Even though the drama has ended, SBS The Heirs’s two stars Lee Min Ho and Kim Woo Bin’s drama fashion remains a hot trend.
Kim Tan (Lee Min Ho) and Choi Young Do (Kim Woo Bin) acted opposite each other as childhood friends, who became rivals due to a twist of events and competed for the love of Cha Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye).
The two showed contrasting fashion styles throughout the drama, reflecting their different characters.
Lee Min Ho’s coats and Kim Woo Bin’s leather jacket and sneakers have been listed as the top searched words on internet sites and the stores are continuing to sell out those items.
One rep from the fashion industry said, “Lee Min Ho and Kim Woo Bin’s fashion in the drama became an interest to many. The golfwear that the two actors wore also earned a 280% increase in sales
Korean Drama The Heirs (Inheritors) Episode 20 Recap by joonniTan 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.Yoon and Won are busy preparing for battle against JS too. Yoon reports to Won which person has how many percentage of stocks. Won notes that because the margin between the percentage held by JS and her people are close to the percentage held by Won and Tan and their people, it’s going to a battle to try to get the rest of the stockholders to side with them
Kdrama the heirs episode 19 Live Recap by joonni http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5xKsMkRKFDM&feature=player_embedded "the heirs" episode 19 CharacterKim Tan Kim TanCha Eun Sang Cha Eun SangChoi Young Do Choi Young DoKim Won Kim Won, Kim Tan’s half-brother, President of Jeguk GroupLee Bo Na Lee Bo NaYoo Ra Hael Yoo Ra Hael (Rachael Yoo)Yoon Chan Young Yoon Chan YoungLee Hyo Shin Lee Hyo ShinJo Myung Soo Jo Myung SooKang Ye Seul Kang Ye SolJun Hyun Joo Jun Hyun JooHan Ki AeHan Ki Ae -Kim Tan’s birth momKim Nam Yoon Kim Nam Yoon- Kim Tan and Kim Won’s father, Jeguk Group CEOPark Hee Nam Park Hee Nam- Cha Eun Sang’s momYoon Jae Ho Yoon Jae Ho- Yoon Chan Young’s dad, Chief Secretary in Jeguk GroupJung Ji Sook Jung Ji Sook- Kim Nam Yoon’s second wife, birth mom to neither Tan or Won
Kim Tan (Lee Min Ho) asks Cha Eun Sang’s mother (Kim Mi Kyung) her permission to officially date Cha Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye), but she doesn’t approve. Meanwhile, Zeus Hotel receives a search warrant and President Lee (Jung Ji Sook) says to side with her and persuades the board to side with her..
Kim Tan: I want to officially date Cha Eun Sang. Park Hee Nam: I can’t approve of you two dating. Han Ki Ae: He’s good-looking, tall, nice, and gives his all for Cha Eun Sang. My son is precious. Why do you not like him? Cha Eun Sang: Kim Tan! Did you get last place again?! You said that you’ll be behind me no matter what! Kim Tan: You go ahead
I am not sure what to say about this week’s episodes. It was just one big emotional blur with the occasional comical scene thrown in there. Things have come full circle and though I wanted to throw something at my computer screen, I am glad I didn’t. Fictional characters aren’t worth it, I am trying to convince myself this.
Young Do and Tan’s History Comes Full Circle
What do I mean by this? We know why Tan and Young Do’s friendship fell apart and we found out the moment that they both regretted was when it was Young Do’s last moment to see his mother. Tan regretted not trying hard enough to get Young Do and Young Do regretted worrying more about beating Tan than seeing his mom for the last time. When it was time for Young Do to find Tan, he does everything he can to make sure something like this won’t happen again by making sure Ki Ae was safe then finding Tan and giving them his car
Actor Lee Min Ho revealed that since his debut, he has never shed tears for his role as much as he did in “The Heirs.”
OnDecember 4, episode 17 of ”The Heirs” was aired. With the real trial pressing, the male lead Kim Tan (Lee Min Ho) ended up crying for 7 times throughout this episode! It is unusual for male leads to show his tears such many times like this.
An insider from “The Heirs” commented, “Since the debut, Lee Min Ho has never cried harder in one episode of dramas. So many emotional scenes kept continuing and it was really heartbreaking.” This shows how much Kim Tan’s heart kept feeling struggling.
[Warning - Semi-Spoilers ahead]
This episode started with a crying scene of Kim Tan. Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye) left Kim Tan alone in an empty house, he fell on his knees and broke down crying
The summary description for this episode is not out yet. Will be updated if and when it does!
By the way, have you checked out the preview for episode 17?
If so, here’s the preview~
Cha Eun Sang: I still like Kim Tan and my feelings haven’t changed. Chairman Kim: Why is this young thing not afraid? Cha Eun Sang: I’m not meeting him because you said not to meet him. Kim Won: What the.. You doing this won’t change anything here! Kim Tan: Please save me. Choi Young Do: Your mother’s in front of the school right now. Hurry up and go! Kim Tan: You can throw mom away now. I’ll take care of her