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Chi-ho proposes, San interrupts, and the factory grandma makes it her goal in life to sing San’s praises so that Shin-young doesn’t have a chance to give her yea or nay on the marriage.
Chi-ho elects to wait while the grandma drags Shin-young with her and a few other workers to see a doctor, and it’s only after they get a checkup that Shin-young hears that the surgery for Bong-soon’s father has already beenpaid for.
Hefty Line-up of the Hottest New Asian Series Includes Romance, High School and Period Dramas – Made Available for the First Time in the U.S. with English Subtitles and within 24 Hours of their International TV Premieres
DramaFever (www.dramafever.com), the top online video destination for international TV series and movies, today announced a fall lineup that includes four exclusive premieres along with a large crop of other highly anticipated Asian drama series. All will premiere on DramaFever within 24 hours of the original international airings, and with professional subtitles. DramaFever began as the North American home for Korean dramas in 2009 – and has since brought this addictive genre to U.S. Millennials of all ethnicities and backgrounds. The network has grown from 2.5 million unique monthly viewers in 2012 to 10 million in 2013 and more than 20 million today. Popular DramaFever series including “Good Doctor” and “Answer to 1997” (recently licensed for U.S. remakes by CBS and FOX, respectively); co-produced mega hits like “The Heirs”; and cultural phenomena like “Boys over Flowers” have helped DramaFever double its audience over the past year. DramaFever”s audience is comprised of mostly young women, and is ethnically diverse (40 percent Caucasian, 30 percent Latino, 15 percent Black and 15 percent Asian). Additionally, it averages nearly 54 hours viewed (more than 3,200 minutes) per month, a number approximately five times Netflix (664 minutes) and 14 times Hulu (224 minutes) [Infographic]. Since its launch five years ago, DramaFever has expanded beyond Korean dramas to include 15,000 episodes from 70 content partners in 15 countries. Fans can now come to DramaFever to find not only the best K-dramas, but also drama series, variety shows, kids programming and movies from around the world – as they aired in their native countries and subtitled in English and other languages in order to make this great content accessible to the masses. Exclusive this Fall to DramaFever: “Blade Man” (now available) – Joo Hong-Bin (Lee Dong-wook) is a tortured video game executive, living in an extraordinary world where humans possess super-strength and weather controlling powers. In this series, anything can happen…even a romance between a tortured soul like Joo Hong-Bin and a game developer with a heart of gold, Son Se-Dong (Sin Se-kyeong). “After School: Lucky or Not” (September 20) – The hit Japanese import returns for a second season of teenage mischief and suspense. The series follows a timid high school student who discovered the “Lucky or Not Club” where each day, the club members draw a random slip of paper that contains an extraordinary mission for the group to complete. “Greatest Marriage” (September 27) – Series follows the ups and downs of four tales of love and marriage all centering around a single mother. Stars Bae Soo-bin, Park Si-yeon and Noh Min-woo-I. “Servants” (November 17) – What if “Sex and the City” was set hundreds of years ago? A love and survival story about three women living during Korea”s Chosun Dynasty, the life of a beautiful and popular socialite quickly changed when her father is framed as a traitor and she is forced to become a servant. While working in a royal family”s home, she befriends her former servant girl and gets involved in a love triangle with the city”s most famous female entertainer. Also Coming to DramaFever this Fall: “My Lovely Girl” (now available) – International superstar, Rain stars as Hyun-Wook, the president of an entertainment company, who loses his girlfriend in a tragic accident. Love works in complicated ways as disaster leads Hyun-Wook to meet his deceased girlfriend”s younger sister. “Secret Door” (September 22) – Period drama following the conflict between King Yeongjo (Han Seok-Kyu) and Crown Prince Sado (Lee Je-hoon) as they argue over how to rule their subjects. “Boarding House 24″ (September 23) – Big names from K-pop including ZE:A – Children of Empire“s Dong Jun, Jewelry”s Semi, VIXX”s Ken, and Rainbow”s Hyunyoung are set star in this new series about six men and woman living together in a boarding house. “Modern Farmer” (October 18) – A rock band decides that they need to get out of the city and move to the countryside. Without the distraction of the bright lights, the members of “Excellent Souls” are able find themselves, their dreams and maybe even love. “Birth of a Beauty” (November 9) – Life changes for a woman who is transformed after she loses a drastic amount of weight. “Pinocchio” (November 13) – Choi In Ha (Park Shin-hye), a 20-something reporter cannot tell a lie….without suffering from a terrible case of hiccups. In this fun spin on the Pinnochio fairy tale, Choi has the perfect condition for a journalist searching for the truth.
(Photo : KBS2, SBS ) Sungyeol, L, Hoya, and Wooyoung are currently starring in Korean dramas.
K-Pop boy band INFINITE has musically distinguished themselves from their contemporaries through intense synchronized choreography and unique musicality through work with production teams like Sweetune.
But the members are setting themselves apart in other ways too. The seven-member group currently has four members starring in Korean dramas.
INFINITE’s L and Hoya recently returned to Korean television in the musical drama “My Lovely Girl.” “My Lovely Girl” stars Rain and f(x) member Krystal as two wounded souls who connect through a supernatural love of music.
Rain and Krystal”s drama “My Lovely Girl” is doing well among Chinese viewers.
SBS”s Wednesday-Thursday drama “My Lovely Girl” is raking in impressive views from Chinese audiences, as reflected in the show”s viewership from two of China”s largest video-hosting sites, Youku and Tudou.
It was reported “My Lovely Girl” received over 7.5 million views in its first day of broadcast, reaching more than 40 million views within its first ten days. As of writing, it is the most viewed Korean drama, and the third most viewed drama in China.
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Saturday, November 22, 2014 will go down in history as the day my inner Starlight died and I went to fangirl heaven, known to the rest of the world as the day six-member Korean boy band, VIXX, visited Chicago, marking the first of two stops on their whirlwind tour across the U.S.
Gathering with hundreds of fellow Starlights in front of the box office of the Star Plaza Theater, in Merrillville, Indiana, hours before the concert, those of us lucky enough to snag a spot in line, inside the building, squished together to chat about VIXX, K-Pop, concerts and life in general, as we watched the painfully slow hands on the clock tick down to showtime.
Before we get to the discussion, a little background on “Liar Game“: Nao Kanzaki (Nam Da-Jung in the Korean version) is a student who’s honest and trusting to the point of naivete. “It’s better to be a nice person,” she believes, preferring to believe that most people have the best intentions, for better or for worse. So what does a nice, trusting girl do when she’s given a ridiculous amount of money and mysteriously enrolled in a ruthless “Liar Game” requiring her to cheat, deceive, and backstab her way to victory… or else?
Han Ji Woo, former finalist of miss Korea 2007 joins Jungle Fish 2 Aug 23, 2010 Author: daiko | Filed under: korean drama
23 years old Han Ji Woo, former finalist of miss Korea 2007 pageant joins upcoming KBS1 drama Jungle Fish 2.
In Jungle Fish 2, Han Ji Woo will play lead character named Baek Hyo An , a wealthy high school girl.
This is Han Ji Woo debuts in drama series, previously she joined MBCblind date show “Sunday Night – Hot Brothers” and starred in some CFsuch as Aveda cosmetics and Nokia phones.
Name: 장근석 / Jang Geun Suk (Jang Keun Suk)
Profession: Actor, Singer, Model
Weight: 63 kg
Star sign: Leo
Blood Type: A
Education: Bangsan High
Hobby: Listening to music, cooking, target shooting
Love Rain (KBS2, 2012)
Mary Stayed Out All Night (KBS2, 2010)
You’re Beautiful (SBS, 2009)
Beethoven Virus (MBC, 2008)
Hong Gil Dong (KBS2, 2008)
Hwang Jin Yi (KBS2, 2006)
Alien Sam (2006)
Lovers in Prague (SBS, 2005)
Nonstop 4 (MBC, 2003)
Daemang (SBS, 2002)
Name: 이병헌 / Lee Byung Hun (Lee Byeong Heon)
Profession: Actor and singer
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Star sign: Cancer
Blood type: O
Family: Mother and a younger sister
Talent agency: Tube Entertainment, Creative Artist Agency (U.S.)
Education: Daewang Elementary School, Youngdong Middle School, ChungdongHigh School, Hanyang University (French Literature major), and GraduateSchool of Chung Ang University (Theater and Cinematography major)
Languages: English, Korean, French, and Mandarin
The Faith – The Great Doctor Episode 12 Recap by njkim
Lee Min Ho as Choi Young
Kim Hee Sun as Yoo Eun Soo
Yoo Oh Sung as Gi Cheol
Lee Philip as Jang Bin
Ryu Duk Hwan as King Gong Min
Park Se Young as Princess Nogook
Sung Hoon as Chun Eum Ja
Shin Eun Jung as Hwa Soo In
Lee Byung Joon as Jo Il Sin
Hi:D Last time, GC came to know that CY gonna visit him, and ES goesto CY worrying about him. Is CY gonna in danger?! Let’s see
They walk back home and E tells her to go and rest. She asks if he isgoing with her to get the clothes tm but he tells her to go alone cuzhe isnt a sato who will follow a girl ghost around. he goes in and shemutters – that figures. I thought you were too nice to me all day. shelooks at the moon and says –you charlatan old fogey – how could you justgive me two (moons)
Jade and Hades are talking about fishing and food for fish. Jadetosses his line out and asks how is my form – look how all the fishgathered. hades says form wont catch the fish. in fishing the food hasto be good. jade says if I used that I used a good one. he changes thesubject and asks what are you going to do about arang – you have tosend her to heaven like you promised. Hades says I never promised butjade says you did so you are going to keep your promise right. Hadesasks if he has some personal plan to keep Arang in heaven so jade admitsto a personal plan. Jade thinks he caught a fish
Warning- there are spoilers for the first ten episodes of ‘To the Beautiful You‘ ahead!
Due to what is either poor planning or unfortunate timing, the idol-laden KBS drama ‘To the Beautiful You’ has been struggling to gain viewers, consistently coming last in broadcast ratings for its Wednesday and Thursday night slots.This may be due to premiering during the final episodes of the wildly-popular ‘Bridal Mask‘ (KBS2), and now running at the same time as another popular drama, ‘Arang and the Magistrate‘ (MBC).In addition, this drama runs late at night, even though it is targeted at a younger demographic of viewers and should probably be playing a little earlier in the evening.
It’s October, and the three main broadcasting companies have fielded new dramas. KBS2’s “Future Choice” starts on October 14, and SBS’ “The Heirs” and MBC’s “Medical Top Team” started on October 9. While all three dramas have their own charm, they all happen to have one thing in common – idol group members with major roles.
“Future Choice” Jung Yong Hwa
Four-member band CNBlue’s leader and main vocalist Jung Yong Hwa (25 years old) has a leading role for the third time. Prior to CNBlue’s Korean debut in 2009, he played Kang Shin Woo in SBS’ “You’re Beautiful,” earning him the nickname “Towel Guy.” He then went on to play male lead Lee Shin in MBC’s “Heartstrings.” In “Future Choice,” he plays the role of Park Se Joo, disguising himself as a maknae VJ. Acting alongside the likes of Yoon Eun Hye, Lee Dong Gun, and Han Chae Ah, Jung Yong Hwa will show off dual sides with his gentle charm as a rookie VJ and another side as a charismatic, cold chaebol heir.
What a cute teaser concept for Let’s Eat, the cutely named tvN romantic comedy series starring Lee Soo-kyung (I Summon You Gold) and Yoon Doo-joon (IRIS 2). (In Korean, the title is purposely misspelled to be slangy.) The show looks cute and bright, based on the previews, intermingling love and food with a nice dash of humor sprinkled in. It also happens to be right on-trend with foodie TV shows all the rage these days.
YJ is furious- how dare she says San’s name? YJ begins to cry.
DH’s mother brings out the pictures of San, alive, healthy, and well. YJ’s hands shake as she looks as the pictures, and even DH can’t shake that expression off his face.
“There’s no way I wouldn’t know that San was living,” YJ cries, still half in denial. DH’s mom says that it was all for YJ and DH, that it would’ve been impossible for YJ to raise San, that it would’ve been impossible to do anything for San with that red string (indicating YJ’s criminal record) around her ankle. She says San is growing well, but YJ doesn’t want to hear her excuses.
EPISODE 13 RECAP
by La Petite
Se Joo walks into the meeting room, introduces himself as Miranda’s grandson who inherits her blood and money but there is one thing that cannot be inherited and that is a challenging mind. He delivers an ambitious speech of his plans for making YBS into a media station that keeps challenging itself and into a media conglomerate that is recognized worldwide.
Mi Rae tries to get a grip of herself in the ladies after getting officially rejected by Shin, Writer Bae walks in and queries her regarding her Christmas date. Meanwhile, PD Lee wakes up from his little drooling nap (yes, there is drool on the desk) and sees Se Joo looking down on him, frowning. LOL. PD Lee obviously has no idea and continues to mock Se Joo but changes tone straight away and shuns Se Joo aside when the vice director enters the office. Oppa enters seconds later and pays his respect at Se Joo awkwardly and using Jondaemal. PD Lee thinks it was some kind of joke and takes him awhile to grasp the truth. Mi Rae is the last to enter the office and sees Se Joo.
HIGH SCHOOL: LOVE ON EPISODE 2
“How does this work again?”
Seul Bi steps in front of a car, but Woo Hyun saves her. Sung Yeol continues to be rotten to his stepmother, Ji Hye, throughout the episode. A purse snatcher makes off with Ji Hye“s purse, but is chased down by the idols, the angel, and Sung Yeol“s father. Seul Bi uses her power to disarm the thug, but faints afterward. Seul Bi“s angelic mentor appears and gives her documents so that she has a verifiable identity and all that. Grandma is taking pills, but hides them when Seul Bi enters the restaurant. Since Woo Hyun has transferred schools, he now gets to know Sung Yeol and has run-ins with the bullies.
The new SBS drama “Man from the Stars” kicked off on December 18 taking over the Wednesday/Thursday time slot from Heirs. I will be covering this fantasy rom-com for Soompi on a weekly basis. Please be sure to check in and share your thoughts about this drama!
When Do Min Joon landed on Earth 400 years ago, he didn’t realize how much he would dislike living there. He doesn’t age, making it very hard to build relationships with other people, and his super abilities like extra sensitive hearing and the power to stop time don’t seem to do him much good. It’s understandable that over time Min Joon has developed a very cynical outlook towards human life. How will this viewpoint change as he interacts with the loud and opinionated actress Chun Song Yi? As fate would have it, these two already have a deep connection, a connection which spans over 400 years. Get ready for a romance that is out of this world!
I totally wasn’t intending to write up the brand-new reality show Rain Effect, but I fired up the first episode out of curiosity and immediately got sucked into its fun, funny vibe. (Trust me, I wasn’t looking for another thing to recap!) It’s been a while since we’ve done a Variety Roulette; nothing like a little Rain to merit a comeback.
These kinds of reality-docu shows aren’t by any means new, but it’s not often you get one with a star as big as Rain. (And I’m sure I’m not the only one who had a brief flash to the Jeon Ji-hyun character doing one in the newly premiered drama You From Another Star.) True, he hasn’t been as big in recent years as he once was at the height of his pop-star fame (the mid-2000s were SO all about Rain), even if you factor for his two-year army-duty absence, but he’s certainly achieved enough to have solidified his place as a lasting star in the K-pop firmament.