Three Days: Episode 6 Recap by Dramabeans
March 7, 5:30 AM. 33 hours, 30 minutes after the sniping.
Cha-young is investigating the tennis court gates at the presidential villa. If the sniper was stationed inside the villa, the gate had to be open to allow a clear shot. But in her interrogation at the end of Episode 5, Cha-young was told that the gates were closed at the time of the shooting.
She times herself running from the gate to the office. Seven minutes. Even if Ham could have made it in 5 minutes, it still wouldn’t be fast enough. The blackout and the shooting were almost simultaneous. There’s only one possible answer: Ham had an accomplice at the tennis court gate — someone else from inside the Secret Service
The production of SBS drama “Angel Eyes” decided to drop a couple more trailers as it gets even closer to the day of the premiere.
The second and third trailers were released on March 24. The two narratives are pretty much the same giving the public an idea of the drama’s premise, but rearranged in different order.
“Angel Eyes” is about a man and a woman who are each other’s first loves, but get separated at childhood due to a painful family situation and meet again 12 years later. Gu Hye Sun’s character Yoon Su Wan (younger version played by Nam Ji Hyun) is a passionate emergency medical technician who is known not only by the fire department, but also by the local hospital
While under the sleepy effects of pain medicine, Jin-hee is dreaming of past happy (and sexy) times with Chang-min. In the real world, Chang-min kisses her, then notes the small smile on her face.
Later, Chun-soo comes to check on Jin-hee just as she’s waking up. She tries to get out of bed but he grabs her wrist and tells her to stay and rest. The wrist-grab seems to affect Jin-hee, and she weakly insists that she needs to get back to work, but Chun-soo gruffly tells her that doctors can’t get sick or hurt, because patients sometimes come from very far away to see a doctor, and it’s not right if the doctor is sick or hurt themselves. Jin-hee promises it won’t happen again, and obediently lays back down to rest.
Chang-min tells Yong-gyu about the accident, saying that he’s the best driver ever, so that call “from someone” must have gotten him upset enough to be careless
You Who Came From the Stars / You From Another Star E13 Recap by Softy
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6nAYYbFJ9fs&feature=player_embedded MJ says When I first came here - I wanted to help people who were in difficult situations with the abilities I had. to do that – I had to reveal the truth that I was a different being than them.flashback to joseon when MJ walked by and helped a man whose leg was trapped under a rock. He uses his powers to lift the heavy rock and save the manas MJ walked away the man he saved reported him to the guards claiming he used magical powers and with his eyes he made the boulder lift up -all those strange things that happened at the village is probably because of him. catch him. as the guards go after MJ, he vanishes.MJ says they were thankful for my help for a short time. cuz of the abilities I have – cuz of the truth that I was a different being than them – it made me afraid
After denying their relationship multiple times, Girls’ Generation’s Sooyoung and Jung Kyung Ho finally confirmed their relationship.
On January 3, Newsen spoke with a representative of Jung Kyung Ho’s agency, who said, “Jung Kyung Ho and Soo Young are dating. They were friends before and became a couple last year.”
Sooyoung’s agency also stated, “They were close colleagues before becoming close last year.”
Ahead of this confirmation, Sooyoung and Jung Kyung Ho were rumored to be dating in February and December of 2013, making January 3’s incident the third time they’ve been swept by dating rumors.
At the time, both sides told Newsen, “Jung Kyung Ho and Sooyoung are close, but not dating. They got to know each other through church and are close colleagues
You Who Came From the Stars parodied The Heirs in its most recent episode, surprising many viewers.
In the third episode of SBS’s You Who Came From the Stars, top star Chun Song Yi, played by Jun Ji Hyun, was visited by her camera-loving mother at the hospital.
After being kicked out of the room by her daughter for faking her tears in front of the reporters, Yang Mi Yeon talks to Cheon Song Yi’s manager about re-signing a contract with the agency in place of her daughter.
“Well I don’t know if I should sign with you guys since Jeguk Entertainment has been calling me to scout her. And you know I like new things,” says Cheon Song Yi’s mother.
Jeguk Entertainment was one of the businesses that Lee Min Ho’s father owned in The Heirs
Master’s Sun Week Six (Episode 11-12) Recap by Couch-Kimchi:
Joong Won really raised his stake. Not only is he risking his heart but his life as well, for love. It’s refreshing to see a man become better, in a series its mostly the woman we see changing. Here in Master’s Sun, I love how Joong Won’s love is profound than any man could possibly make a woman feel. It’s all out, withholding nothing. That’s why seeing how the week ended hurts so bad. He’s the one loving more, is he going to suffer much from it too?
Take heart everyone!!
We are in the most exciting phase. Surely Joong Won won’t just leave Gong Shil behind, hurting for him alone. This is one roller coaster ride I won’t mind repeating, even if it makes my heart stop beating for seconds or take my breathe away
Prime Minister and I - Episode 1 Recap by Dramabeans:
Next in the KBS rom-com lineup is Prime Minister and I, whose light and breezy tone took me by surprise. I knew to prepare myself for the cute, but I didn’t expect it to also stir the heartstrings in the first hour. There’s promise and potential in a story that moves fairly quickly that contains both heartwarming and funny notes. And damn, a prime minister has never looked this good.
Even though Prime Minister and I took in last place at 5.9% against its competitors (Empress Ki [♥] led the pack with 20.2% and A Warm Word followed with 6.8%), maybe a contract marriage is just the kind of hijinks medicine I need.
EPISODE 1 RECAP
We open at a banquet hall where preparations are underway, leading up to the arrival of our hero, Prime Minister KWON YUL (Lee Beom-soo) and his wife, NAM DA-JUNG (Yoon-ah), who greet the roomful of dignitaries with a smile
Answer Me 1994 Episode 16 Recap by Dramabeans:
Crossover episode! Our timeline reaches 1997, which means that the Answer Me 1997 and Answer Me 1994 worlds collide for some meta fun. It’s also Binggeure’s episode to shine, and we get a really welcome glimpse into what life was like for him while we were busy paying attention to everyone else.
EPISODE 16: “Love, Fear: Answer Me 1997″
Dinner arrives at Housewarming Party 2013, and everyone gags at Samcheonpo and Yoon-jin’s show of aegyo spoon-feeding. Haitai wonders how they can still be so cutesy after four kids, while they just challenge him to try it with his wife. He and Na-jung turn to look at each other and shake their heads
Prime Minister and I: Episode 1 RECAP by Drama Beans
We open at a banquet hall where preparations are underway, leading up to the arrival of our hero, Prime Minister KWON YUL (Lee Beom-soo) and his wife, NAM DA-JUNG (Yoon-ah), who greet the roomful of dignitaries with a smile.
But there’s a different story that lies beneath those adoring smiles as the power couple turns to each other… and exchange looks of distaste.
An imagined Matrix style fight scene points to a more tense and hostile relationship between them. And while the world may regard her husband as a respected public figure, our heroine doesn’t share in that opinion because, well, they’re in a contract marriage
Mi Rae’s Choice: Episode 16 Recap
We’ve travelled all the way with our characters to the end of the line, but whether the journey is ultimately rewarding or even satisfying for characters and viewers alike… is up in the air.The final episode brings us back full circle as we once again consider the role of human choice in fate’s dictates. The running theme of “hope” also continues to drive Mi Rae’s motivations in her fight for her career and her dreams, but I find myself left with more questions and loose ends than answers, coupled with the unsettling feeling that hope is more often empty than it is fulfilled. EPISODE 16 (FINAL) RECAP
Everyone waits with baited breath as Shin pauses for a seeming eternity over his prompts: Will he defy his superiors by reporting on the deadly humidifier sterilizing agent or will he remain quiet and choose self-preservation?Gathering himself, Shin finally begins to report… and it is not on the humidifier story, but on a more mundane matter
Answer Me 1994: Episode 13 by Drama Beans: “The 10,000 hour rule”
In 2002, we finally wind down the most boring wedding ceremony in history, as a couple of guests speculate about the Very Special Wedding Singer coming today, whom Samcheonpo introduces… as himself, ha. Everyone grumbles in disappointment.
The song is The Blue’s “Feeling Only You,” and Samcheonpo declares himself the Sohn Ji-chang role in this duet, with someone else filling in for Kim Min-jong’s part. Ooh, I want it to be Binggeure, now a successful singer. Samcheonpo belts out the first verse, and passes the metaphorical baton over to his partner… omg, it’s Kim Min-jong? The real one? Oppaaaaaa! (Hey, y’all have Garbage oppa, I have Min-jong oppa
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.
It’s the last point that sticks with Sun-woo even now, because while the hospital fire was ruled an accident, he believes otherwise. It was curious how his father’s ambitious friend soon took over the hospital and benefited handsomely, turning it into a large operation and becoming the rich chairman he is today
Among the three new dramas that are competing for the top spot on the ratings chart for Wednesday and Thursday, KBS‘s “Secret Love” took first place in viewership ratings. MBC’s new drama “Medical Top Team” debuted at a disappointing third place.
According to Nielson Korea’s October 9 ratings, “Medical Top Team” took 7.3% of the viewers, while SBS’s new drama “The Heirs” took 11.6% of the viewership. KBS’s “Secret Love” led the rankings by taking in 12.4% of the viewership.
In the first episode of “Medical Top Team,” an intense rivalry develops between Dr. Park Tae Shin (played by Kwon Sang Woo) of Paran Hospital and Dr. Suh Joo Young (played by Jung Ryeo Won) of Kwang Hye University Hospital
On October 20, a representative of YG Entertainment announced that the winner of SBS’ “K-Pop Star Season 2” sibling duo, Akdong Musician (Lee Chna Hyuk, Lee Soo Hyun), will donate their talent for Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Seungil Hope Foundation is co-represented by former basketball player Park Seung Il and Jinusean’s Sean. The group will perform at the “Hope for Lou Gehrig’s Disease Concert with Park Seung Il and Sean” which will be held on October 21 at the Konkuk University New Millennium Memorial Hall.
The concert is being held for the third time to spread awareness for Lou Gehrig’s disease and to raise funds to build a convalescent hospital for patients suffering from the disease.
Comedian Lee Hong Ryul will host the event, and there will be performances by Sean, Akdong Musician, singer Jang Hye Jin as well as other various musical acts
This drama draws on Hisaya Nakajo‘s manga series “Hana Kimi“ that was published by Hakusensha from 1996 to 2004. The Korean interpretation centers on Goo Jae Hee (Sulli), a Korean girl who live in the States, but transfers to an all-boys school in Korea.
Jae Hee decides on the transfer after watching a track and field competition on TV, and becomes inspired by high-jump athlete, Kang Tae Joon (Minho). She begins to idolize the young athlete and eventually transfers to Korea to go to the same school after he experiences an injury that may potentially end his athletic career.
However, as Tae Joon attends an all-boys high school, Jae Hee must disguise herself as a boy to enter.
MBC‘s ‘Arang and the Magistrate‘ (starring Lee Jun Ki and Shin Min Ah) dropped in ratings from last week’s high of 14
Girls’ Generation‘s Sooyoung has recently captured viewers’ hearts through her role in tvN‘s ongoing drama ‘Third Hospital’.
Sooyoung is currently acting as the character Lee Eui Jin, who has a one sided love for the genius eastern medicine doctor Kim Seung Hyun, played by Oh Ji Ho. Sooyoung’s character is a violinist - a character many viewers feel is like a breath of fresh air.
A lot of interest has been focused on her particular style, as many fell in love with the natural look of her long, flowy hair or the feminine way in which she braided it to the side. Her simple blouses, knit sweaters, and knee-length skirts have also been noted for their clean, yet elegant look, as well as the way she’s able to give a feminine flair without the use of heels or other over the top styles
Official Synopsis: Betrayed by his girlfriend Han Jae Hee (Park Si Yeon), Kang Ma Roo (Song Joong Ki) uses Seo Eun Gi (Moon Chae Won), an heiress who has lost her memory, to exact his revenge.
Ratings: With a 3.9% rating increase, KBS‘s ‘Nice Guy‘ is challenging MBC‘s ‘Arang and the Magistrate‘ for the first place position as both ‘Nice Guy’ and ‘Arang and the Magistrate’ achieved a 13.8% rating. ‘Nice Guy’ had encountered issues with a spelling error in its title during the beginning of its broadcast as the title was written as ‘Cha-kan Guy’ rather than its correct spelling ‘Chak-han Guy’. Although producers explained it was to symbolize Ma Roo’s mask as a nice guy, many viewers criticized the title and producers ultimately had to correct its spelling before the third episode
The beauty Sooyoung of Girls’ Generation, who plays a bright and happy violist Lee Eui Jin on tvN‘s ‘Third Hospital‘, has displayed some aegyo, melting the hearts of viewers.
Still cuts of Sooyoung putting on aegyo from episode 5 of the drama were released, in which Sooyoung’s character plans a surprise party for Oh Ji Ho‘s character. In the scene, she performed three stages of aegyo including a “fireworks dance”, leaning on Oh Ji Ho’s shoulder, and a two-eyed wink.
“It’s the perfect scene in which the real Sooyoung and the drama Eui Jin have completely blended together“, “Sooyoung is so cute!“, “I know it’s acting, but Oh Ji Ho’s heart must have beat really fast“, netizens and her fans who saw the still cuts commented, and more
Girls’ Generation‘s Sooyoung was seen with a braided hairstyle and has transformed into a female high school student for the tvN ongoing drama ‘Third Hospital‘.
On the recent episode of ‘The 3rd Hospital’ that aired on September 26th, Choi Soo Young acts as the character Lee Eui Jin, who has a one sided love for the genius eastern medicine doctor Kim Seung Hyun, played by Oh Ji Ho. Sooyoung’s character is a violinist, and she has captured the hearts of numerous males.
In this recent episode, a past memory of Oh Ji Ho and Sooyoung was revealed. The two met for the first time when they were high school students. Sooyoung attracted attention with her young image of a high school student