you who came from the stars episode 9
We only have two more episodes to go, but check out what our top moments of episode 19 were!
That satisfying moment when Lee Jae Kyung is arrested.
Chun Song Yi: There’s too many people. It’s too loud.
Let’s go somewhere where there are no people.
Do Min Joon: Okay, let’s go.
When Do Min Joon exposes himself to save the one he loves.
Chun Song YI: We’re the only ones here! No police, no reporters, no other people. No one else!
I’m Chun Song Yi! Try and catch me!
He’s an alien! Come try to get him!
We’re both here together! We’re going to live here together!
Here! Just the two of us!
We’re going to eat well and live well!
Do Min Joon, you do it too
Not only did this reminder bring some hilarious moments, it also brought on a strong warning for our sociopath murderer, sending chills down our back.
But scary moments aside, here’s what we chose as our top moments of Episode 9!
When the kiss has lasting effects on their heart.
Chun Song YI: Consider yourself lucky.
My original dream was to be Helen Keller.
You know, the angel in white.
Do Min Joon: You mean Nightingale.
Chun Song Yi: Was that…your first time? First time?
Do Min Joon:…No way
What if you could only win at life by cheating and cheating was something you did not believe in? That"s the premise in the manga known as "Liar Game," which will soon be adapted as a k-drama. The manga, written and illustrated by Shinobu Kaitani, was first serialized in a magazine in 2005. Now it will be a 10-episode k-drama, starring Shin Sung Rok, Kim So Eun and Lee Sang Yoon.
The manga has been adapted for television before. In 2007, it was a TV series in Japan. A sequel followed in 2009. And Fuji TV did a spinoff in 2012, called "Alice in Liar Game." And there were two live action Japanese films based on the same manga in 2010 and 2012.
It"s an appealing story because it concerns an honest young college student who is forced to play a game and is told she has to cheat to survive
It"s over. On the small screen that is. One of the most endearing recent couples on the MBC reality show, "We Got Married," finally called it quits.
2PM"s Jang Wooyoung and actress Park Se Young filmed their last episode together in August, ending nine months of filming.
The final episode in which they appear as a couple will be aired on Sept. 13.
They will now focus on their respective careers, said a "We Got Married" representative.
Even with her appearances on "We Got Married," this year Park Se Young played Jang Da Jung in the drama "Glorious Day," and Park Hye Jin in the film "Fashion King," which co-stars Joo Won.
Jang Wooyoung has also been busy this year as he also appeared on the variety shows "Running Man" and "Happy Camp
"It"s Okay It"s Love" They started to comfort and understand each other and then treated them as it came together in a "happy ending." This was the best pair for them for each other.
On the 16th episode of SBS Wednesday/Thursday drama "It"s Okay It"s Love" (script No Hee Kyung, director Kim Kyu Tae) broadcast on September 11th, Jang Jae Yeol (played by Jo In Sung) treated schizophrenia and met up with Ji Hye Soo (played by Gong Hyo Jin) and drew a wonderful ending.
Jang Jae Yeol recognized that Han Kang Woo (played by Do Kyung Soo) was a hallucination and faced a separation. He admitted, "I"m going to comfort you and this was to comfort you" as he showed his appreciation to Han Kang Woo who had kept his side. Jang Jae Yeol recognizes his reality and saw that there was his own side in the reality
Neither "Running Man" not "Roommate" did very well in the ratings this week, with both the variety shows reporting low ratings. "Running Man" rated at 6.2 percent of the viewers, its lowest ratings yet. "Roomate" did poorly too, with 3.6 percent of the ratings, also its worst rating yet. The variety shows ranked last in their time slots.
K-drama fans may, however, want to take note of the show"s k-drama-related episode. "Running Man" is airing a special feature "It"s Okay, I"m a Chaebol," with actresses who have played k-drama villains. Lee Yu Ri, who plays the bitter and deceitful Yeon Min Jung in "Jang Bo Ri Is Here," will be on the show, as will Yoo In Young. Yoo In Jung has played unlikable characters in "Empress Ki" and "You Who Came From The Stars" and is now a woman out to poison the prince in "The Three Musketeers
'M! Countdown' Highlights: WINNER Beats SHINee's Taemin And Wins #1 On The August 28, 2014 Episode + Performance Recaps
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Another week of "M! Countdown" is here again that featured some of your favorite K-Pop idols. Fan chants and screams were all heard last night.
The stars who made their comeback on this episode were Zhang Li Yin with "Agape," JJCC flexed their muscles with "One Way," rock band Royal Pirates are in love with "Love Toxic," HIGH4 has a "Headache" for their comeback, LABOUM made their debut with "Pit-a-Pat," beautiful ladies of BESTie came back saying, "I Need You," sexy girls SISTAR returned with "I Swear," and new female group 4TEN are causing a "Tornado" for their debut.
Your nominees for the night were SHINee"s Taemin and WINNER. The artist that took the first place trophy on "M! Countdown" was WINNER for their single titled, "Empty." This is their fourth first place trophy
If you"re enjoying the funny and tear-inducing scenes in the current k-drama "Fated To Love You," you may want to check out the Chinese version. The k-drama starring Jang Hyuk, Jang Nara, Wang Ji Won and Choi Jin Hyuk is a remake of a Taiwanese drama of the same name.
In the 2008 Taiwanese drama the Jang Nara role is played by Joe Chen and Ethan Juan plays the Jang Hyuk role. Baron Chen plays the Choi Jin Hyuk role and Bianca Bai takes on the Wang Ji Won role. The series scored the highest average single episode rating in China and won several awards.
But "Fated To Love You" is not the first k-drama remake of a Taiwanese drama. One of the best-known k-dramas, often described as the gateway drama, is "Boys Over Flowers." Although it is based on a Japanese manga "Hani Yori Dango," it aired as two seasons of "Meteor Garden" before the Korean version
EXO’s leader Suho became the next member to star in a remake of a 90s music video for EXO’s show “EXO 90:2014.”
Last week, EXO’s Chanyeol unveiled a remake of H.O.T.’s “Hope” for the first episode of “EXO 90:2014” featuring H.O.T.’s Kangta.
For the show’s second episode, filmed with g.o.d members Son Hoyoung, Joon Park, and Kim Taewoo, Suho revealed a remake music video of g.o.d.’s “To My Mother.”
In the music video, Suho transformed into a teenage delinquent, sporting long blonde hair parted down the middle with an opened shirt as he strolls down the streets picking fights.
Mnet has revealed that should the video get over 30,000 views in 72 hours, they will unveil a BTS video for the remake
Performance Recaps From Girl's Day, Hyomin, SECRET, FIESTAR, Rainbow Blaxx & More At The 2014 'DMZ Peace Concert' On August 16, 2014
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The DMZ, the demilitarized zone at the boarder between North and South Korea, has long been a symbol of the continually strained relationship within the once-united nation.
On August 16, 2014, some of your favorite K-Pop stars attended the "2014 DMZ Peace Concert" to perform for an excited crowd of soldiers and other fans.
Check out the performance recaps below:
Performance Recaps From the 2014 "DMZ Peace Concert"
SECRET performed their sexy concept single titled, "I"m In Love." They did a great job of entertaining the audience. They showed their amazing vocals and sexy body figures. They wore a black leather outfit on that night.
T-ara member Hyomin showed her "Nice Body" to the screaming male fans at the "DMZ Peace Concert
Yoo In Na and Nam Goong Min are preparing to co-star in the drama "My Secret Hotel" and it sounds like the two actors are looking forward to working together.
The actress, who recently starred as Jun Ji Hyun"s frenemy in "You Who Came From The Stars," said that she was excited about working with both of her male co-stars.
"I was curious about the two male leads from the very beginning," she said at a press conference for "Secret Hotel." "I was satisfied when I heard they would be Jin Yi Han and Nam Goong Min. I"ve always liked these actors."
And she was not disappointed when she met them.
"After meeting them, I saw they personified their characters even better than I expected," said Yoo In Na
The comedy about a man and woman who cannot escape fate has taken some time to reach first place but perhaps it was fated to get there eventually.
The comedy reached first place this week with its highest ratings ever, reaching 11.5 percent. It has taken some time for word of mouth to praise the charms of this story, which deftly combines lighthearted often slapstick humor with the tragedy of losing a child and the end of a marriage. If viewers have not previously seen Jang Hyuk or Jang Nara in anything, or even if they have, they have wonderful couple chemistry in this comedy.
The comedy is split into two parts with a space of three years between the happenings. This week began the comedy"s second part, with Jang Nara having become a successful artist and Jang Hyuk still longing for her
The KBS 2 TV Monday Tuesday drama "Trot"s Lover" actor Ji Hyun Woo gave actress Lee Sae Young another chance, but she rejected it. On the most recent episode of the new KBS 2 TV Monday Tuesday drama "Trot"s Lover," which aired on August 4, 2014, the star trot singer Jang Joon Hyun, played by actor Ji Hyun Woo, asked Soo In, played by actress Lee Sae Young, "Why were you on the stage for that performance?" Jung Joon Hyun knew Soo In tried to hurt Choi Choon Hee, played by actress Jung Eun Ji. Soo In said, "I went for Choi Choon Hee. I wanted to cheer for her as a senior." Jang Joon Hyun asked her again, "I keep thinking that someone had been trying to hurt her, and I got hurt instead." In related news, the KBS 2 TV Monday Tuesday drama "Trot"s Lover" is a comical drama about a twenty something female trot singer Choi Choon Hee, played by actress Jung Eun Ji, who meets a genius composer and musician Jang Joon Hyun, played by actor Ji Hyun Woo, and rises as a popular singer
The KBS 2 TV Monday Tuesday drama "Trot"s Lover" actress Lee Sae Young took actress Jung Eun Ji"s necklace at actor Ji Hyun Woo"s house. On the most recent episode of the new KBS 2 TV Monday Tuesday drama "Trot"s Lover," which aired on August 4, 2014, Park Soo In, played by actress Lee Sae Young, tested the star trot singer Jang Joon Hyun, played by actor Ji Hyun Woo, to see if he actually regained his memory. Park Soo In rummaged through Jang Joon Hyun"s belongings and found a necklace he had bought for Choi Choon Hee, played by actress Jung Eun Ji. Park Soo In said to Jang Joon Hyun, "Joon Hyun, I really like this necklace. Did you get this for me?" Jang Joon Hyun said, "I am disappointed at you. I wanted to keep it a surprise," and added, "It looks perfect on you," and went along with Park Soo In. In related news, the KBS 2 TV Monday Tuesday drama "Trot"s Lover" is a comical drama about a twenty something female trot singer Choi Choon Hee, played by actress Jung Eun Ji, who meets a genius composer and musician Jang Joon Hyun, played by actor Ji Hyun Woo, and rises as a popular singer
On August 2, actor Seo Jun Young posted a selca of him and colleague Lee Je Hoon on his Twitter with the caption, “It’s been a while since we’ve been in front of the same camera. Long time no see. I’ll start and you can finish it well…Your Highness.” These actors will be starring in the new SBS Monday-Tuesday drama “Secret Door.” This isn’t the first time these two handsome actors have been working together, as they have also starred in the 201o movie, “Bleak Night,” where they both got the chance to let their names be known to a wider audience as new actors.
From the photo fans can see that their friendship still remains the same. And they both look very happy to be reunited after three years, especially since Lee Je Hoon has been absent for two years due to his military service
'Music Bank' Highlights: SISTAR Wins Their 2nd Trophy On The August 1, 2014 Episode + Performance Recap
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Another week is here and "Music Bank" featured some of your favorite K-pop idols. Great stage settings and fan chants were all heard and seen on last night"s episode.
The stars who made their comeback and debut were Yenny (HA:TFELT) as she sang her new single titled, "Ain"t Nobody". Red Velvet made their debut as they performed their new single titled, "Happiness".
Your nominees for the night were SISTAR and INFINITE as they battled for the first place trophy. The winner for the August 1, 2014 episode was SISTAR for their single "Touch My Body". Congratulations to them!
All this being said, here are the performance recaps from last night.
The anticipated wait is over regarding SM Entertainment"s new female group
*Warning: Mild Spoilers Included
On Episode 10 of MBC’s Wednesday-Thursday drama, “Fated to Love You” that aired July 31, the main characters portrayed by Jang Nara and Jang Hyuk were seen wearing high school uniforms. What drew attention, however, was the fact that they were each doing a parody of their past drama and movie, respectively.
In this episode, Mi Young (portrayed by Jang Nara) and Lee Gun (portrayed by Jang Hyuk) were being followed by reporters after their contract marriage became known to the public. Mi Young was surrounded in her mom’s restaurant while Lee Gun was trapped in his home. Each character disguised themselves as high school students in order to escape and meet up with each other.
Mi Young took up the alias of Yang Soon while escaping, which caught viewers’ attention since that was the name of the character that Jang Nara portrayed in the 2002 drama “Successful Story of a Bright Girl,” where she also starred alongside Jang Hyuk
Jessica and Krystal recall a time they were drunk + divulge their thoughts on the last episode of their show
On the July 29 edition of "Jessica & Krystal," the two pretty sisters discussed a time when they got drunk.
The two were asked whether they had gone to get a massage together before. Krystal said, "There was a time we went, last winter. At the time, she and I drank wine and got drunk."
Jessica revealed, "That was the time when Chun Song Yi [played by Jun Ji Hyun] from "You Who Came From The Stars" was popular. The both of us greeted people like her while intoxicated."
Krystal added, "We said "Boong Boong ah~" to every car we passed," as Chun Song Yi called her own car by that name in the drama.
Also in this episode, the sisters revealed their thought on the last day of filming their reality program together
"Hotel King" stars Lee Dong Wook and Lee Da Hae pose for a romantic and affectionate selfie to say goodbye to their viewers.
In celebration of the drama"s last episode, Lee Da Hae posted a series of photos featuring her and her co-star Lee Dong Wook.
Against the oceanic background, the two are seen wearing their wedding outfits from the last scene of the drama, and even when the cameras aren"t rolling, the on-screen couple are as charismatic and romantic as their drama counterparts.
Along with the pictures, Lee Da Hae posted a message on her Twitter account, saying, "This is the last picture of Cha Jae Hwan and Ah Mo Ne from "Hotel King." We"re both very thankful and sad that it"s over. We"re grateful for the love and support that everyone has given us since the beginning