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Chan Young: Kim Tan is looking for Eun Sang like crazy, and Eun Sang’s number is (I can’t here him..I’m assuming he is saying disconnected).
Chan Young’s Dad: Eun Sang is not going to be in school starting tomorrow. Eun Sang left.
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Tan ends up back at the empty apartment, the last place he saw Eun Sang, smiling back at him. He remembers what Dad said to him after the meeting- “Don’t forget this day. You lost that child today as the consequence of the sword you wielded.” Tears start to fall silently out of Tan’s eyes first, but as the sobs rise in his chest, Tan pants for breath and he falls on his knees. He clutches his chest as he cries.
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Eun Sang: I still like Tan.
Tan’s Dad: Why does a young thing like you have no fear?
Eun Sang: Since you ordered me to not see him, I won’t.
Tan: When am I going to the U.S.?
Won: Nothing will change in this house even if you act like that!
With such a dramatic trailer for episode 12, SBS’ The Heirs released the still cuts for the anticipated kiss scene to come.
On November 14, SBS unveiled the BTS cuts of Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye’s second kiss for the drama.
In the upcoming episode of The Heirs, Lee Min Ho will be planting not one, but two kisses on Park Shin Hye as the romance continues to develop between Kim Tan and Cha Eun Sang.
At the press conference of You Came From The Stars, the drama’s 9-minute trailer was unveiled.
I’m still looking forward to it, but I must admit that I’ll be adjusting my expectations for the show. The preview left me a bit underwhelmed because of scenes that felt predictable and tried. My initial impressions are probably wrong, so, I’ll just wish the actors and show their best! I’d like to see the drama maintain the successful ratings that its predecessor, Heirs, held.
Yay – The Target, the remake of French movie Point Blank, is hitting theaters soon. One fateful night, Ryu Seung-ryong (j’adore!) is falsely accused of murder, and a manhunt ensues by those on either side of the law. Lee Jin-wook, a doctor, somehow gets mixed up with Ryu Seung-ryong, and as a consequence, his wife is taken hostage. In desperation, the doctor teams up with the fugitive to find his beloved. And all of this happens in 36 hours. Whew.
Korean dramas are really invading the Philippine TV. Aside from showing the original K-dramas like “The Heirs,” “Pretty Man,” and “Angel Eyes,” ABS-CBN is going to make its version of the 2009 Korean TV series “Two Wives.”
The original “Two Wives” characters are actor Kim Ho-jin (the husband), Kim Ji-young (the original wife), Son Tae-young (the other woman). On the Filipino version, Jason Abalos will play the husband”s role, Kaye Abad as the original wife while Erich Gonzales is the other woman.
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Additional teaser images from “Gangnam Blues” were released with the first trailer of the film.
The first trailer for the upcoming Lee Min Ho film “Gangnam Blues” also known as “Gangnam 1970” was released on October 8. Lee Min Ho stars as Kim Jong Dae, a man whose life of poverty initially drives him into the heart of political corruption.
Jong Dae grows up with his best friend Yong Ki, portrayed by “A Thousand Day’s Promise” actor Kim Rae Won. As Jong Dae and Yong Ki grow older, they embark on separate paths, with Jong Dae pursuing an honest lifestyle while Yong Ki becomes heavily involved in organized crime. While this is a common theme for Korean noir films, the backdrop of Gangnam during its tumultous period of real estate development in the seventies provides an interesting premise for “Gangnam Blues.”
(Photo : SBS ) The first teaser of Lee Jong Suk and Park Shin Hye in “Pinocchio” has been released by SBS.
The first trailer for “Pinocchio,” starring Lee Jong Suk and Park Shin Hye, was released on October 27. Fans are anticipating the chemistry between Lee Jong Suk and Park Shin Hye, who are pictured together, in the twenty-five second trailer.
The trailer features Lee Jong Suk as Choi Dal Po, a character who was hilariously referred to as “all-zero” by his high school classmates in honor of his lackluster grades.
Kim Woo Bin is bad in his new film, “Criminal Designer.” He is criminally bad. That is, he plays a bad character, a safe-cracking con artist with a fondness for acquiring jewelry and antiques.
And given his last few drama roles, viewers can expect that he will do a good job of playing a bad but charming thug. He was bad-der than the bullies in “School 2013” and he was Lee Min Ho’s endearing bad boy rival in “The Heirs.”
‘Criminal Designer,” also previously called “The Technicians,” is the story of a group of professional con artists. They are hired by a mob boss to rob the almost $150 million supposedly hidden in an Incheon International Airport vault. And they have to do it within 40 minutes. You could almost see them as contract workers hired by other criminals to do the dirty work. And they are not afraid of a little danger.
The film was first screened at the 2014 Busan International Film Festival, where it won praise from viewers. After it was shown at the Asian Film Market, the rights were sold to China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the Philippines. According to Lotte Entertainment, the film will be screened again at the American Film Market in the U.S. in November. “Criminal Designer” is set to premiere in Korea in December.
Part of the film’s appeal to buyers is Kim Woo Bin’s star power among younger viewers. But the cast also contains the appealing Lee Hyun Woo and some impressive veteran actors.
Lee Hyun Woo recently appeared in the films “Secretly Greatly” and the “Battle of Yeonpyeong.” He previously worked with Kim Woo Bin in the comedy “To The Beautiful You.” In “Criminal Designers” he plays Jung Bae, a genius hacker and Kim Woo Bin’s best friend.
Also in the cast are Lim Joo Hwan, Go Chang Suk, Kim Young Chul and Jo Yoon Hee.
Lim Joo Hwan, seen in “Ugly Alert,” plays a sidekick of the mob boss. Jo Yoon Hee, last seen in “Nine: Nine Time Travels” and soon to appear in ‘The King’s Face,” plays Eun Ha.
Kim Yong Chul, who appeared in “Iris II,” plays the mob boss who hires Kim Woo Bin and Lee Hyun Woo. Go Chang Seok, last seen in “Diary of Night Watchman” is the man who comes up with the plan. Kim Hong Sun, who directed “Traffickers,” is the film’s director.
Are you excited about this movie? Check out the trailer and let us know what you think.
Lee Min-ho to Star in “Gangnam Blues” Written by Hania On November 13, 2014
One of Korea’s most dashing heartthrobs, Lee Min-ho, will be gracing our screens again in December, to the delight of his fans. However, this time he’ll be trying out the big screen rather than his usual drama roles, providing an interesting change. Lee Min-ho is set to be the lead for Gangnam Blues, playing the role of Jong-dae, with his renowned co-star Kim Rae-won playing Yong-ki, and director Yu Ha behind the helm.
Crossing Borders: Korean Actors in China Written by Morgan On January 1, 2015
Korean television shows have been making it big in China with My Love from Another Star, The Heirs and My Lovely Girl all becoming hits. Furthermore, Chinese remakes of popular Korean dramas are already in the works from Queen InHyun’s Man to Full House. As interest in Korean drama rises, it creates new opportunities for actors and to promote in China.
Furthermore, Korean actors/actresses appearing in popular dramas are scoring large endorsement opportunities in China. Kim Soo-hyun and Jun Ji-hyun cashed in big with their roles in My Love From Another Star when they were commissioned to sell products from big name companies such as Coca-Cola, KFC chicken and Samsung phones in China. With popular Korean actors now being sourced to sell products, the idea of Korean actors being cast in Chinese dramas now seems bankable.
“The Con Artists” Goes Global Written by Rachel On January 2, 2015
You might be able to see Kim Woo-bin and Lee Hyun-woo in a theater near you! Their crime film The Con Artists (aka The Technicians/기술자들) is going to be shown in theaters in North America (starting January 9), Taiwan, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, and the Philippines (starting January 23). The film is being sent overseas after it took moviegoers by storm during the holiday season; in just a four day period, the film reeled in one million people.
Kim Woo Bin, Kang Ha Neul and 2PM’s Junho will be taking over the big screen.
On February 4, the film Twenty released the character trailer on various portal sites and streaming sites.
Twenty is a film about the love and friendship of three friends, who turn 20 years old, a time when they can be anyone, love anyone and face an infinite number of possibilities.
Kim Woo Bin, who caught the hearts of ladies through the drama The Heirs and the film The Technicians, Kang Ha Neul who became a rising star through Misaeng, C’est si bon and more and Junho, who went from being a member of 2PM to an acting-dol, will be acting as three best friends.
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Jung Woo Sung is a tortured baduk player bent on revenge in “The Divine Move.”
On March 17, action film “The Divine Move” will be released on DVD and Blu-Ray. “The Divine Move” is an action-infused gambling movie starring Jung Woo Sung (Cold Eyes) and Lee Beom Soo (Triangle).
The movie explores the high-stakes world of underground GO or baduk gambling. Baduk is a traditional board game which originated in China as one of the four essential arts. The game is more than 2,500 years old. “The Divine Move” examines the dark side of the ancient game and its role in organized crime.
Kang Ha Neul talks about his close friendship with Kim Woo Bin in an interview and also about how their friendship developed. Kang Ha Neul is in two upcoming films, “C’est Si Bon” and “Twenty,” the latter which also stars his friend Kim Woo Bin. The two were also in the television drama “Heirs” together in 2013.
Kang Ha Neul talks about the development of the friendship, revealing, “We didn’t become close while filming ‘Heirs.’ I didn’t approach him often. But we got very friendly while filming ‘Twenty.’ I gained a good friend in Kim Woo Bin.”
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On February 23, the coming-of-age film “Twenty” announced its release date for theaters in Korea. The highly anticipated comedy will make its premier on March 25.
“Twenty” examines the lives of young men who are transitioning from their high-school lives into adulthood.
Kim Woo Bin leads the star-studded cast as Chi Ho, an aimless man who cherishes his free spirited lifestyle. “Twenty” follows his portrayal of Ji Hyeok in the 2014 heist film, “The Technicians (The Con Artists).” In “Twenty,” he reunites with his co-star of “The Heirs,” Kang Ha Neul.
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On February 25, Phantom Pictures released the first movie trailer for the upcoming Japanese film “Vampire in Love” starring Choi Jin Hyuk.
Choi Jin Hyuk portrays Mike, the assistant to Derek (Ekin Cheng), a head vampire.
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Mirei Kiritani (Runaway Beat, Bunny Drop) leads the cast as Kiira, a part-time baker who happens to be a vampire. During her youth, she discovers she is a vampire but hides the truth from her childhood companion, Tetsu (Shota Totsuka).
The film “Twenty” is very much like twenty year old boys: it’s kicking fun and a little dirty, with plenty of laughter along the way.
Writer-director Lee Byeong Hun‘s sophomore feature boasts a star-studded trio of male PYTs from both the K-drama and K-pop world: actors Kim Woo Bin (“The Technicians,” “Heirs“) and Kang Ha Neul (“Misaeng,” “Missing Noir M“), and crooner Junho from 2PM (“Cold Eyes”). Lee’s previous film was “Cheer Up, Mr. Lee,” and he also has a string of co-writing credits (“Love Forecast,” “Tazza: The Hidden Card“) to his name.
Back to Crime Basics in The Con Artists Written by Rachel On May 12, 2015
Fast cars, smooth criminals, and coupons combine in the slick action film The Con Artists (aka The Technicians). After drawing in one million movie-goers within four days, the film’s success prompted Lotte Entertainment to show it in theaters overseas. This review is spoiler-free!
Kim Woo Bin (Heirs, School 2013) plays Ji-hyeok, a master counterfeiter and safe-cracker. With his eyes always looking for a bigger prize, he’s tempted to hit South Korea’s jewelry district. In order to pull off this major haul, his friend Koo-in (Ko Chang-seok, The Huntresses) recruits a skilled hacker, Jong-bae (Lee Hyun-woo, To The Beautiful You). Unfortunately, they rob the jewelry store of chairman Cho (Kim Young-chul, Voice of a Murderer) whose idea of motivation is beating and then burying bad employees in concrete. Chairman Cho is impressed with their skills, however, and decides to use them to steal millions of dollars from the customs area in Incheon. What follows is a fast-paced cat-and-mouse game between Chairman Cho and Ji-hyeok with each trying to outmaneuver the other for the money, and their lives.