Video Added new 7-minute highlights video and 5th teaser for the Korean drama 'The 2nd  Final Love'

Video Added new 7-minute highlights video and 5th teaser for the Korean drama 'The 2nd Final Love'

Added new 7-minute highlights video and 5th teaser for the impending Korean drama "The 2dRemaining Love"

"The Moment concluding Love" (2016)Directed by skill of Choi Yeong-hoonWritten by Choi Yoon-jung, Lee Hee-myeongNetwork : SBSWith Kim Hee-ae, Ji Jin-hee, Kwak Si-yang, Kim Seul-gi-I, Jeong Soo-yeong, Lee Soo-min-I,...20 episodes - Sat, Sun 21:55SynopsisA remake of the japanese drama "The Second Last Love" about a unmarriedgirl in her 40s who feels volatile about existence after her retirement.Broadcast beginning date in Korea : 2016/07/30

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Kwak Shi Yang Forged in Korean Drama 2nd to Final Love

Kwak Shi Yang Forged in Korean Drama 2nd to Final Love

Kwak Shi Yang (Mirror of the Witch) has been solid in the hot SBS weekend drama 2nd to Final Love. He joins Kim Hee Ae (Mrs. Cop) and Ji Jin Hee (I Have a Lover). Kwak Shi Yang can be a close friend of Ji Jin Hee and finally ends up falling for Kim Hee Ae's character.Kim Seul Gi (Oh My Ghostess)is also in the drama asKim Hee Ae's more youthful sister who is a webtoon writer.

Second to Last Love isbased on a Eastern drama and tells the taleof 2other people going thru a second formative years and romance. Ji Jin Hee is a civil servant withKim Hee Aeas a published station's leader producer.

Second to Last Love is scheduled to premiere July 23 on SBS.

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[Video] Added Korean drama "Divorce Lawyer in Love" final episodes 17 and 18

Added final episodes 17 and 18 for the Korean drama "Divorce Lawyer in Love"

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"Divorce Lawyer in Love" (2015) Directed by Park Yong-soon Written by Kim Ah-jeong Network : SBS With Jo Yeo-jeong, Yeon Woo-jin, Sim Hyeong-tak, Wang Ji-won, Hwang Yeong-hee, Lee Dong-hwi,... 18 episodes - Sat, Sun 20:45 Synopsis A romance drama about a man and a woman who meet an unfavorable lawyer as a junior at work and an unfavorable manager as a superior. Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/04/18

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Henry Confesses His Love To Yewon During The Final Episode Of 'We Got Married'

Henry Confesses His Love To Yewon During The Final Episode Of 'We Got Married'

(Photo : Facebook ) Super Junior M"s Henry serenaded his onscreen wife Yewon during the couple"s final episode of MBC"s We Got Married.

On Saturday, June 13, the final episode for Henry and Yewon aired and featured special guests Hollywood actress Chloe Moretz and singer Eric Nam. During the show, the four stars went to a karaoke room (noraebang) and had a great time. 15"s Park Jimin and U-KISS"s Kevin also joined in on the fun making for a celebrity-filled good time for all.

Laughter aside, the mood eventually turned a little more serious as Henry serenaded his wife Yewon in the karaoke room. Henry chose to sing "So Nice" by indie-acoustic duo 10cm. "Yewon ah, I love you," added Henry.

Yewon was truly touched as she did not expect Henry to sing to her. Yewon loved his sincerity and also could not hide her emotion. "I felt like I was being proposed to" is what Yewon said.

While Henry and Yewon"s virtual relationship was only three months long, the two shared great memories and fun moments together.



[HanCinema"s Drama Review] "Hogu"s Love" Episode 16 Final

It should come as little surprise that for the final episode "Hogu"s Love" goes for the obnoxious sitcom antics that have characterized the bulk of the drama"s run rather than the emotional heart that"s been far more lacking lately. The first segment of the episode is devoted to the immensely creepy plan by Hogu and friends to get him back together with Do-hee.Seriously? It"s supposed to be reassuring that theydeliberately trickDo-hee into thinking she"s a homewrecker?

The kiss on the road is supposed to be a bookend. And yetall it did was remind me that Do-hee has been nothing but trouble from the minute Hogu decided to go after her. She"s been hostile, uncommunicative and a major intrusion in Hogu"s life. And what has he ever gotten in return? Do-hee crying every once in awhile, revealing her emotional vulnerability, and that"s supposed to make up for how miserable it"s been for them to be together? And let"s forget the baby in that analysis- goodness knows writer Yoon Nan-joong never treated that plot point seriously.

Nor, for that matter, is the rape given any similar serious emotional weight. That issue is practically "solved" in a throwaway segment at the end, which rather insultingly acts asif pointing out the inconsistencies in Do-hee"s story is a function of rape culture, rather than just the natural result of anarrative that"s been horribly contrived for dubious moral purposes. And have we ever even gotten anything that could reasonably be called an ethical catharsis?

No. We justhave Kang-cheol figure out that he"s not really gay after all. Well that"s just great. Everyone gets their nice fluffy happy ending in spite of doing absolutely nothing to indicate they"ve even slightly grown up as a result of these experiences. At the beginning of "Hogu"s Love" the implication was clearly that we were going to explore the flaws in nice guy white knight fantasies. Incredibly, the overall dramatic thrust has ended up validating those simplistic ideas in multiple plotlines.

"Hogu"s Love" isn"t just bad. It"s so bad, on the total narrative level, that I haven"t even been bothering to nitpick. National swim teams take their marching orders from government commissions, not ad agencies. Incidentally,national sports commissions have zero tolerance for even the appearance of sexual impropriety. And pregnancy is a big physical deal- no one in a serious one-dimensional sport like swimming can expect to have one (let alone two) kids during their peak years and expect to still be competitive. I only mention these facts now for the sake of completion. So many critical errors in "Hogu"s Love", sofew wordsto attack them.

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"Hogu"s Love" is directed by Pyo Min-soo, written by Yoon Nan-joong and features Park Soon-cheon, UEE, Choi Woo-sik, Seulong, Lee Soo-kyeong-I, Jeong Won-joong and many more.

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Writer of "Secret Garden" and "The Heirs" Sends Love Call To Song Joong Ki For New Drama

Writer of Secret Garden and The Heirs Sends Love Call To Song Joong Ki For New Drama

The well-known writer of "Secret Garden" and "The Heirs" Kim Eun Sook sends a love-call to Song Joong Ki for an upcoming project, “Descendents of the Sun.”

Song Joong Ki will not be discharged from the military until May, but he is already fielding many offers for his first post-military project.

His agency released a statement saying “It’s true that Song Joong Ki received an offer for the lead role in Kim Eun Sook’s ‘Descendants of the Sun.’ However, nothing has been decided yet.”

Song Joong Ki left for his military service after establishing himself as a star in popular projects such as “A Werewolf Boy” and “The Innocent Man.”

“Descendents of the Sun” comes from the writer of “Secret Garden,” “Heirs,” and “Lovers in Paris,” all big hits for SBS. For the first time, writer Kim Eun Sook’s drama will be airing on a different network, on KBS. “Descendents of the Sun” will be helmed by “Secret” PD Lee Eung Bok.


'Secret Door' Episode 24 (final): Uncover Hidden Emotions

'Secret Door' Episode 24 (final): Uncover Hidden Emotions

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The politics that Seon had to play, however, were less-than-stellar. At first, when the secret document held sway, the politics were interesting. But then they started to follow a pattern that became boring and predictable. Characters were highlighted, then dropped, most notably Ji-dam, a supposed main character who was stuck on the back shelf and left to gather dust. For a microsecond in this last episode her dialogue reflected the spirited woman that graced the screen in the earlier episodes. It was a pretty horrid oversight.

Also, the show was more about Seon"s vision of Joseon than his father"s. King Yeongjo"s rule, in this show, was very reactionary rather than proactive - he was very protective of the monarchy. I wanted to see more of his ruling style conflicting with Seon"s and how their beliefs did not line up. It did show up just enough to fuel a few arguments between them. The premise of the show was based on political differences between the two men, but it became much more a battle between Seon and the ruling class.

This final episode was very emotional, full of tears, and quite heavy. It spiraled towards Seon"s death and highlighted the love between Seon and Yeongjo. Han Seok-Kyu"s tears were incredibly powerful as he made the painful decision to kill his son in order to retain order in Joseon and protect his grandson. While the episode itself was effective, it would"ve had more punch if the drama as a whole had supported it.


Korean Drama Its Okay, Its Love Episode 16 (Final) Recap

Korean Drama Its Okay, Its Love Episode 16 (Final) Recap

Now it's time to say goodbye to all the characters who have gone along with us during the past two months. We had so many tears and laughs and realized the message of the show has tout at us all series long: hope.

No one can argue that this show takes itself seriously all the time, but just think of all the salsa or sauce they could have made with all those tomatoes. And for our final ratings check-in, It’s Okay, it’s Love ended its run with 12.9%.



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His feet washed and in new shoes, Kang-woo asks if he shouldn’t come back anymore. At that, Jae-yeol passes on Hae-soo’s gratitude towards Kang-woo, since he could’ve ended up dead much sooner if Kang-woo hadn’t appeared to him three years ago, buried under his massive guilt.

“She says I was actually comforting myself when I comforted you,” Jae-yeol explains. He’s come to realize just how much the abuse he endured from his stepfather and brother scared him, despite putting up a strong front. He realizes how much he hated the powerless and helpless little boy who couldn’t stop his mother from being beaten, and how afraid he was when he ran away, barefoot.

Jae-yeol lowers his head, the tears imminent, and Kang-woo consolingly says that’s all in the past now. Jae-yeol agrees, adding that despite his past, he grew up to be a rather decent adult.


Both of them try their damnedest to keep a smile on their faces, though the tears continue to stream down Jae-yeol’s face. Kang-woo asks Jae-yeol not to acknowledge him in the future, “but if… once in a while, you do miss me, then just look in a mirror. Because you’re me.”

Now it’s really time for goodbyes, and Jae-yeol pulls Kang-woo into a tight embrace while trying to keep his tears at bay. Kang-woo: “Goodbye, Han Kang-woo.” Jae-yeol: “Goodbye, Jang Jae-yeol.”

Slowly, Jae-yeol lets go of Kang-woo as the camera pans down, and when it pans up again, Jae-yeol is left staring at his own sad reflection. Truly alone now, he breaks down in silent sobs, and Hae-soo enters his room to be a literal pillar to cry on. (‘Cause disciplinary board action be damned for love, y’all.)


Sunbae Jo is delighted to hear about Jae-yeol’s breakthrough, and when Soo-kwang beats himself up for experiencing the first episode he’s had in weeks, So-nyeo yells at him for hitting what’s hers (meaning, him).

Sunbae Jo scolds him, saying that he should be proud of himself, only to get pinched and be met with So-nyeo’s icy stare. He does, however, interrupt the couple’s potential Lady and the Tramp moment though by cutting their shared noodle with his chopsticks.

Things seem to get better for Jae-yeol at the hospital, sneaking light hand-holding with Hae-soo and playing peacekeeper about TV rights with his fellow patients. Doctor Lee considers adjusting Jae-yeol’s medication, and it seems Hae-soo’s out of trouble with the disciplinary board now, thanks to Doctor Lee.


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When Hae-soo ignores yet another call from Mom, Doctor Lee encourages her to stop avoiding her mother. Not that Hae-soo has much of a choice since Mom comes marching in to collect her daughter moments later. Jae-yeol sees Hae-soo leaving, and so do her friends Yoon-chul and Hye-jin, who are here to see Jae-yeol today.

The expecting couple offers Jae-yeol some encouraging words—sure, there are times when Hye-jin worries how difficult it’d be for her husband if she relapsed. But instead of running away—which would be the easier option—Yoon-chul tells her to love him all the more. So Jae-yeol shouldn’t just worry about Hae-soo, and he has as much right to be happy as anyone.

Jae-yeol calls Hae-soo’s mother (I guess he gets to keep his phone?) and entreats her for a chance to meet Hae-soo, where he’ll convince her to leave overseas. Mom listens before hanging up without a word, and before Hae-soo can explain herself, she sends her daughter back to the hospital.

After sharing about the recent surge of his book sales and an invitation to appear as a guest on his former radio show, Jae-yeol tells Hae-soo to go on that worldwide trip she once told him about. When she asks if that’s why he called her here, Jae-yeol frankly replies yes.

She asks if they’re breaking up again, but Jae-yeol argues that this is being filial to her mother. He’ll keep up his treatment once he’s discharged again, and teaches her more about love: “Love doesn’t mean giving up something for the other person, but it means to achieve something.”

He doesn’t want her to give up on her dreams because of him, and she should feel free to travel as originally planned. She asks if he’s being real, and Jae-yeol tells her to do her best to forget him in the next year. If she can’t by then, they’ll talk about it then.


He won’t pick up her calls and will decline her visits to him from here on out. If she persists by using her authority as a doctor, he’ll move to a different hospital. I wish that option was on the table a lot sooner, but what’s done is done.

“Is it that easy for you to send me away?” Hae-soo asks, tears in her eyes. “It’s hard,” Jae-yeol admits, but this is the only way he can save face with her family. She breaks into a tiny smile and asks what happens if she meets someone, and he laughs that he’ll wish her happiness then.

He won’t back down—just like how Hae-soo helped him with dealing with Kang-woo, he’s sending her away so that she comes back from this trip a stronger and wiser person. Then Jae-yeol draws his hand away, and repeats that no, he won’t be giving in.


He follows up with a kiss and sends her off. She asks if he knows what an awful guy he is, and he returns a tiny smile. Fighting tears, Hae-soo leaves.

Mom is taken aback to be told that Hae-soo will take a leave of absence from work and head out soon afterwards. Hae-soo assures her mother that she and Jae-yeol have really called it quits this time, and that she won’t contact Jae-yeol either because she loves her mother that much.

Mom accepts that answer, but then Hae-soo takes her mother’s hands and asks her to trust her one more time. “Trust that I’m a good doctor who can treat her patients. And whatever misfortune comes my way, that I’m someone who can turn that moment into happiness again.”

Mom starts to ask if she’s hinting about starting over with Jae-yeol in the future, but Hae-soo cuts her off with her farewell, saying that she’ll call often. A tear rolls down Mom’s cheek after Hae-soo leaves.

Hae-soo returns home, where Soo-kwang promises that he won’t let the candle for Jae-yeol go out in her absence. It’s also Soo-kwang’s idea to enlist PD Choi’s help to take her to the airport, and Sunbae Jo gives his short (but snappy) farewell sitting down.

Doctor Lee checks in with Jae-yeol before he leaves for the radio show, asking if he knows that Hae-soo’s leaving today. He does, and is later mobbed by fans at the broadcasting building. He’s momentarily startled when a high schooler asks for his autograph, but breathes again when it’s Not Kang-woo.

He has to tune out their whispers about whether he was pretending to be mentally ill to sell more books, but holds his own during the radio show. It’s nice to see Jae-yeol laughing again, and so does the host, who gives Jae-yeol the floor to speak a few words:

Jae-yeol: “Hello, this is Jang Jae-yeol. I’m sure many of you already know, but I’m suffering from a mental illness. The doctors say my condition is rather common with one out of every hundred suffering from it, and that it’s not terminal, but one where complete recovery is possible. I plan to do my best, believing in those words… because what I can do for those I love is to never give up hope no matter what may come.”

Hae-soo is tuning in on the plane while Mama Ok-ja and Jae-bum listen in at home. Jae-yeol says he’d like to address his usual sign-off to himself; he’d realized that he always asked how his listeners felt and bade them a good night, but never said those things to himself.

So he asks tonight’s listeners to do the same—to ask themselves, “Are you really okay?” and bid themselves goodnight. Staring at his reflection, Jae-yeol signs off, “Good night, Jang Jae-yeol.”

Our characters do the same separately, as Soo-kwang speaks to himself (and smothers himself with kisses), Sunbae Jo speaks to his reflections, and Hae-soo tells herself to sleep well.

An unspecified amount of time passes when we see Jae-yeol again; he’s still at the hospital, but has taken up writing again, and ignores an incoming call. From Hae-soo, perhaps? In any case, Doctor Lee believes Jae-yeol has improved enough to consider discharging him soon. She and Sunbae Jo give each other a high five on their work.

Soo-kwang and Sunbae Jo smile over Hae-soo’s travel photos, and wonder why she chose to go to Mongolia than enjoy herself in Europe. Jae-yeol suggests that it was probably because of cost, and firmly refuses seeing Hae-soo’s photos. Sunbae Jo asks if he and Hae-soo really don’t keep in touch, and Jae-yeol rises from his seat.

Soo-kwang asks if Jae-yeol will need to keep up with treatment even after he’s discharged. Sunbae Jo confirms it, since Jae-yeol will need continuous follow-up treatment. 

We skip ahead again to a year after Hae-soo’s departure. Over at Mama Ok-ja’s place, Jae-yeol gives his hyung (who now has a full head of black hair) a hard time about a female prison guard showing interest in him.

Tae-yong adds that Jae-bum even had a small crush on Doctor Lee, and Jae-bum gets upset when Mama Ok-ja gives him a shirt to change into that isn’t Doctor Lee’s favorite color.

Soo-kwang updates Hae-soo (and us) with how everyone is doing lately: Jae-yeol attends group therapy, is writing again, takes his medication once a week, and hasn’t seen Kang-woo in over six months now. Jae-bum attends group therapy to (led by his crush, Doctor Lee), and so do Soo-kwang’s father and Mama Ok-ja. 

He writes that Yoon-chul and Hye-jin gave birth to a baby boy (the baby in the picture, however, wears pink), and Soo-kwang, Doctor Lee, Sunbae Jo, and PD Choi all enjoy spending time together at the house with their significant others. He asks if it bothers her that he made slight mention of Jae-yeol, but encourages her to come back to see how Jae-yeol’s doing herself if she’s that curious.

We see Hae-soo back in Okinawa, narrating a message to Jae-yeol. She writes how she spent an entire day by the shore where they spent the night together, along with the other places they visited. She’s heading back to Korea tomorrow, holding onto the minuscule hope that he hasn’t forgotten about her.

Her grand return back home is met with practically no fanfare, since her old housemates are busy bickering over a puzzle. Sunbae Jo is in a glum mood because his wife recently returned to the States, and Hae-soo gripes over seeing the house looking like a pigsty. 

She helps herself to a glass of water, which gets promptly plucked out of her hand by Jae-yeol… ’cause he lives here again? Wait, does he actually live here again? She’s happy to see him, but he’s still his candid self, and tells her that she’s gotten prettier since they’ve seen each other last.

Hae-soo looks just as confused as I am right now, so she barges into Jae-yeol’s room. He’s hardly surprised, and she asks what he was getting at with his earlier comment. She can’t understand his matter-of-fact tone right now if he hasn’t forgotten about her, and Jae-yeol frankly admits that because he thought of her every day, it feels like he just saw her yesterday.


“I really missed you, Hae-soo,” Jae-yeol tells her, words which trigger happy tears from her. When he asks if he can kiss her, she breaks into a wide smile, and then swoops in for a kiss.

Sunbae Jo and Soo-kwang burst inside just then, and ha, it turns out that puzzle they were working on reads, “Our loving Hae-soo, Jae-yeol has been waiting for you.” They hilariously plop themselves on the bed to watch the ongoing makeout session, only to be shooed out.

We fast forward another year from that moment (so make that three-ish time skips now), and now Jae-yeol’s bathroom bears a painting of a camel leisurely walking in the desert. Hae-soo’s eyes widen at her positive pregnancy test before she joins Jae-yeol back in bed.

She’s in an annoyed mood, which prompts Jae-yeol to shift gears to automatic punishment mode. He groggily asks what’s wrong today, and she hands him the pregnancy test, reminding him of how he persuaded her into having unprotected sex some weeks ago.

Jae-yeol takes the test and walks out, and Hae-soo calls out, “Yeobo!” Omo, are you two married now? The wedding photos in their bedroom confirm it, and I have to admit—the family picture is pretty adorable.

Jae-yeol announces the happy news that he’ll be a father to Sunbae Jo and Soo-kwang, who responds enthusiastically. Hae-soo, on the other hand, isn’t that thrilled, and breaks up their happy party by spraying them with the water hose.

Hae-soo’s parents are over the moon about the pregnancy, and Jae-yeol returns home in time to hear Sunbae Jo’s disapproval over Doctor Lee’s choice of boyfriend. It quickly turns into a shouting match, and Hae-soo has to pull her “I’m pregnant!” card to calm everyone down.

After pointing out each other’s flaws and agreeing to hash things out tomorrow, the party breaks up in a huff. Jae-yeol is told to sleep in Soo-kwang’s room tonight, since Hae-soo is upset that she has to extend her fellowship due to her pregnancy. She changes her mind less than a minute later.

And when Sunbae Jo had suggested they hash things out, he apparently meant physically, because we’re transported to a white room where the entire crew (sans PD Choi and Mi-young, who are together now) throw tomatoes at each other. At one point, Jae-yeol and Hae-soo are targeted, and they scream that Hae-soo’s expecting.

As per usual, Hae-soo and Jae-yeol light a candle that night and lift up a prayer. On Jae-yeol’s radio show, he speaks of an enclosed candle that never goes out: “There’s only one reason why that candle always remains lit. It’s for the sake of those lonely people who live outside that cavern.”

“To those who feel lonely and think that you’re alone, know that someone is always praying for you,” Jae-yeol continues. “Remember that there was never a moment you were alone.” 

Jae-yeol and Hae-soo go out for ice cream and a walk afterwards. They get recognized by a group of fangirls, led by an enthusiastic girl who asks for his autograph (cameo by KARA’s Goo Hara). She’s left peeved when he declines, since he’s on a date with his wife right now.

Hae-soo tells him that he’ll lose his fans that way, but all Jae-yeol needs is Hae-soo by his side. They tell each other that they’re exactly each other’s types, and he asks what if they had another kid after their first is born.

She isn’t particularly keen to that idea, but smiles anyway. Jae-yeol plants a kiss on top of her head. “How about three?” Hae-soo tosses back happily. Jae-yeol: “Deal!”

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