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Jae Suk prepares to crush Woo Hyun with his motorbike
Seeing her sunbae, Seul Bi takes off and Woo Hyun calls after her. Sunbae vanishes and Seul Bi gets frantic looking for him, then promptly collapses. When she recovers, Woo Hyun gives the angel her first cellphone. In the school cafeteria, both Woo Hyun and Ji Hye eat soup with crab meat in it and end up in the hospital following allergic reactions. Ji Hye continues to steal glances at Woo Hyun whenever she can, paralyzed by the fact that this might be her Woo Hyun. The next day, Seul Bi provokes one of the bullies, Woo Hyun sends her out, and Sung Yeol teases the leader, Jae Suk, on his way out the door
You know what that means. Chocolates, flowers, teddy bears... Well.... if we had a significant other, maybe. Thankfully for the rest of us who happen to be single, we can overdose on ice cream and chocolate by our lonely selves and live vicariously through drama couples. For this Valentine"s Day, we decided to look at some of the drama couples with relationships that we dreamed of having (SPOILERS BELOW)!
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The Couple with the Worst Timing
Sung Shi Won (A Pink"s Eunji) and Yoon Yoon Jae (Seo In Guk) of "Reply 1997" by contagion
HE WAS TOO EARLY
I did not watch every single drama that aired in Korea in 2013, but out of the ones I had watched, there was one that I was obsessed with that I already wrote about last week and one that I still don"t know how I managed to finish. For this week, I will finally unveil (I know the week-long wait must have been torture) which drama I was most disappointed with in 2013. Keep in mind once again that I did not watch every drama so this is what I consider the worst drama of 2013 out of the ones I"ve watched (SPOILERS BELOW).
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MOST DISAPPOINTING K-DRAMA
There was a lot of hype for this drama and honestly... I think the only reason I managed to finish SBS"s "Heirs" was because of the eye candy
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With all the husband hullaballoo, sometimes the secondary characters feel a bit too secondary, but then they’ll step to the fore with something really sweet. It’s easy to get caught up in the Oppa-Chilbongie wars (omg you guys are killing me with them), but this drama has a lot more to offer than fanwars and shipping, which is actually why I think it’s doing itself a disservice to be so coy with the “Who is he?” gimmick. Because when the show is all about the small, revealing character moments, it’s totally got my heart.
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It’s January 1996, and Na-jung is caught in a fierce tug-of-war with Garbage in the front yard… because she’s trying to sneak him into her room at night and he’s resisting
Actor Lee Min Ho, who recently wrapped up filming of his hit SBS drama “The Heirs,” left a message and video on his official Facebook account, saying goodbye to the drama and his character, Kim Tan, and cheering on his fans.
Lee Min Ho wrote, “I was happy the past four months as Kim Tan. I hope that everyone also gains courage from ‘The Heirs’- forward!” “Forward” was one the phrases that Kim Tan liked to say to Cha Eun Sang (Park Shin Hye) when he was asking her to have courage.
The actor also revealed a behind the scenes video of the last day of shooting of “The Heirs,” which shows Lee Min Ho saying goodbye and thanking the staff of the drama. Though it was a blustery and snowy day in Seoul, the bright smiles of Lee Min Ho and the staff could not be kept down
“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
SBS′ The Heirs is now wrapping up!! Lots of good moments that were difficult to cut down to ten as usual, but we managed. Check it out!
When Yoon Chan Young threatened to break Lee Bona’s legs for being with another man…who turns out to be her brother.
Kim Tan: Thank you for giving birth to me, Mom.
I hope the moments you lived as Kim Tan’s mom were happy.
Han Gi Ae: Of course. I was so happy. I’m still happy.
Choi Young Do: I didn’t lose my mom because of you.
She just left first.
For that resentment, I needed you. And… yeah.
Kim Tan: I know.
Pretending to be in pain after a light touch to get approval from Eun Sang’s mom
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
The preview for the 19th episode of SBS’s The Heirs has been revealed.
In the episode of The Heirs airing on December 11, Lee Min Ho will officially announce that he is dating Park Shin Hye, whereas Kim Woo Bin will be shedding painful tears.
The preview showed Lee Min Ho kneeling in front of Park Shin Hye’s mother, asking for her permission to date her daughter.
When Park Shin Hye’s mother rejects him, Lee Min Ho’s mother gets upset saying, “My son is handsome, tall, good-hearted and does anything for Eun Sang. Why do you say no to my son?”
Park Shin Hye was also seen yelling at Lee Min Ho after seeing the exam results saying, “You ranked last again? You said you’ll always have my back!”
Slightly embarrassed, Lee Min Ho responds, “You can go ahead in front of me
Kdrama the heirs episode 18 Live Recap by joonniThe 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
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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.
While Sung-won patches San up, he also chastises him for taking such a big risk in helping Shin-young
At the crosswalk. ES pulls out of Tan’s hold. Tan throws away YD’s hand. ES says to Tan, “I can’t do this anymore. I’m sorry.” Tan replies, “I know it’s hard. I’m sorry. I can’t promise that it will be better from now on.” Tan reaches out his hand towards ES. “Still, let’s go. Holding hands.” YD: “Don’t hold his hand.”
ES puts her hand in his, and also brings her other hand up, cupping Tan’s, as if in a handshake. Tan realizes what she is doing at first and whispers, “Don’t do this,” but he gets louder and louder. ES tearfully responds, “We’ve come far already. Let’s not go any further.” Tan yells again, “Don’t do this,” but ES drops Tan’s hand. She leaves, saying let’s just see each other around.
Just the two of them, YD says to Tan, “You still make people leave