f's Victoria reveals her new short haircut for Chinese drama 'Cocoon Town Romance'

f's Victoria reveals her new short haircut for Chinese drama 'Cocoon Town Romance'

f(x)"s Victoria revealed the dramatic short haircut for her upcoming Chinese drama "Cocoon Town Romance".

She took a short break during filming to take the cute photo above. "Cocoon Town Romance", based on the "Tarot Goddess Sleuths" series, started filming in December of last year.

In the drama, four maids in one house lose their lives one after the other, a mysterious circumstance of deaths that the characters decide to investigate in order to discover the truth.

Li Xiaohong will be directing and young star Jiang Jin Fu will be acting alongside Victoria. Stay tuned for updates on Victoria"s latest drama!

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Photo of fs Victoria in new Chinese drama Cocoon Town Romance revealed

Photo of fs Victoria in new Chinese drama Cocoon Town Romance revealed

Photo of f(x)’s Victoria in new Chinese drama “Cocoon Town Romance” revealed Photo of f’s Victoria in new Chinese drama “Cocoon Town Romance” revealed

Victoria from f(x) will be starring in a new Chinese drama called “Cocoon Town Romance”, and had been filming in Shanghai from the 21st.

Victoria will be playing the role of Du Chunxiao, a female detective who uses Tarot cards to investigate a murder case.

A photo of Victoria in detective-like clothes has been gathering much attention and has given hints on what this drama may be about. She was sporting a brown cape and a detective hat, reminscent of the main character of the children’s cartoon “Detective Conan”.

It is said that Victoria will not only be showcasing English fashion styles in the drama, but she will also appear wearing a chipao in other episodes.

Source: TV Report

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Drama of the week

Drama of the week "Romance Town"

Drama of the week "Romance Town" (2011)

Directed by Hwang Ee-kyeong, Kim Jin-won-I

Written by Seo Sook-hyang

Network : KBS

With Seong Yoo-ri, Jeong Kyeo-woon, Kim Min-joon, Min Hyo-rin, Park Ji-yeong, Lee Kyeong-sil,...

20 episodes - Wed, Thu 21:55

Previously known as "Housekeepers" (, Sik-mo-deul)

Synopsis

No Sungeum whose grandmother and mother were maids, thanks to her gambling addicted father, also becomes a maid in a townhouse on 'First Avenue' which is located in a rich neighborhood. She tries to cope with her sorrow and loneliness by joining a meeting called 'Six Parted Garlic' and shares her joys and sorrows with the other maids. She also copes by way of reading letters to the ex-maid, Yoo Chunjak, from the son of the owner, Gang Geonwoo, who studies in NY. It's the Saturday when Geonwoo finally returns. Sungeum comes back from a convenience store after buying a 5000 won lottery ticket and is then fired by Geonwoo who wants grandma chunjack back. Being kicked out of the townhouse, she shoves her hands into her coat pocket and finds the lottery ticket she bought previously. Much to her surprise, she discovers she won the 10,000,000,000 won lottery!

Broadcasting dates in Korea : 2011/05/11~2011/07/14

Available on DVD from YESASIA

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Romance Town actors help launch drama DVD in Japan

Romance Town actors help launch drama DVD in Japan

‘Romance Town’ actors help launch drama DVD in Japan

Jung Gyu-woon and Sung Yu-ri

Actors Sung Yu-ri and Jung Gyu-woon helped launch the DVD of the drama “Romance Town” at a press conference in Tokyo on Sunday.

Sung said that she had an affinity for the drama because it focuses on characters that are usually marginalized in society. “I was especially attached to this work and feel so honored to be able to share it with Japanese viewers,” Sung said.

Sung made her debut as part of a four-member girl group Fin.K.L in 1998 with the album “Blue Rain.” She is currently starring in the MBC drama “Feast of the Gods.”

Jung, who is playing his first role in a romantic comedy, said that he enjoyed working with Sung.

“I was a big fan of Sung from when she was in the girl group Fin.K.L and would steal glances at her throughout the taping,” he said. “It was so surreal working with a celebrity I used to be infatuated with.”

The drama aired on KBS from May until July last year. It will be available as a DVD set and will also be shown on TBS starting April 9.By Carla Sunwoo

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Spoiler Added ultimate episode 16 captures for the Korean drama 'Lucky Romance'

Spoiler Added ultimate episode 16 captures for the Korean drama 'Lucky Romance'

Added ultimate episode 16 captures for the Korean drama "Lucky Romance" (2016)Directed by way of Kim Kyeong-hee-IIWritten by Choi Yoon-gyoNetwork : MBCWith Hwang Jeong-eum, Ryu Jun-yeol, Lee Cheong-ah, Lee Soo-hyeok, Kim Ji-min, Kim Jong-goo,...16 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00SynopsisA romantic drama about a lady who believes in good fortune and fortune-telling and a guy who lives on his own accord.Broadcast beginning date in Korea : 2016/05/25

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Spoiler Added episode 15 captures for the Korean drama 'Lucky Romance'

Spoiler Added episode 15 captures for the Korean drama 'Lucky Romance'

Added episode 15 captures for the Korean drama "Lucky Romance" (2016)Directed via Kim Kyeong-hee-IIWritten by Choi Yoon-gyoNetwork : MBCWith Hwang Jeong-eum, Ryu Jun-yeol, Lee Cheong-ah, Lee Soo-hyeok, Kim Ji-min, Kim Jong-goo,...16 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00SynopsisA romantic drama about a lady who believes in success and fortune-telling and a guy who lives on his own accord.Broadcast beginning date in Korea : 2016/05/25

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Drama Review 'Lucky Romance' Episode 16 Final

Drama Review 'Lucky Romance' Episode 16 Final

Initially the plot for the overall episode centers around a scheme to take a glance at out and get Bonnie and Soo-ho back together. Ultimately it turns out that this scheme used to bea whole waste of time without a payoff as Bonnie and Soo-ho meet in their own special way. The reunion is if fact exist toldmoderatelycandy and heartfelt. It does a excellentactivity integrating all of thevery bestportions of"Lucky Romance"to bring an superbremaining message about love. Yet none of this adjustmentsthe reality that the whole first part of the episode turned intoa total waste of time.

It's a gorgeous effective metaphor for the overall quality of"Lucky Romance". Whilsthalf of of it's far decent romantic comedy, the opposite half is simplyunnecessary subplots that never move anywhere. Each and every new episode ended in the introduction of a minimum of one new subplot, and the old ones were only ever solved haphazardly. Even main plotlines were very hit and miss. Bonnie offers up on superstition, for example, but the only real explanation introduced is an excessivelyindistinct "power of love".

AdvertisementWhat makes this especially frustrating is that there has beennumerous potentially applicablesubject matter that just went underdeveloped. Imagine the thematic importance of Bonnie's oldsters being dead, I still cannot figure out why"Lucky Romance"was so minimalist in exploring Soo-ho and Geon-woo's circle of relatives relations. Geon-woo were given all of one scene with his father, and Soo-ho's folks spent more time soaring about a birth secret that never materialized than they did with their son.

The leisure of the solid was just more physically provide than they were helpful every bit characters in their own right. Bo-ra is the maximum productive case of this- she's quite literally the physical embodiment of all Bonnie's motivation, yet the last episode is the primary fourth dimension we see the young lady in ample context to get an evenseize of her personality. We do most commonlyto find out what took place to each personbasically because Soo-ho helpfully brings they allin combination in the similar room.

That's what they are there for after all- as bullet issues in Bonnie and Soo-ho's own life, instead ofother folks amongst internally consistent motivation. While this is not a dealbreaker on its own, the time spent seeking tobuilding upthose subplots instead ofcare for Bonnie and Soo-ho's dating as the principlecenter of attention makes too much of the finishing unsatisfying."Lucky Romance"ends, at best, as very well average- a virtually perfectly even distribution between sensible and bad, worthy neither of seriouscompliment nor over the top scorn. It just is.

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Drama Review 'Lucky Romance' Episode 15

Drama Review 'Lucky Romance' Episode 15

There are two mainseverecomplications in"Lucky Romance". The primary is that lots of the drama's concepts are undeveloped. The second, more complexhassle is that maximum of the drama's ideas are truly clichd and bad, so coming up them would make"Lucky Romance"worse in position of better. This factor kept coming back to me staring at this episode, which is painfully predictable as Soo-ho is hospitalized, whilst Bonnie gets scared and affects a ultimate minute separation.

The largedifficulty alongside this scripting is that via design it inhibits interplay between Soo-ho and Bonnie, when their interaction is by some distance the drama's best dynamic. Were I to chart episodes by what percentage of the time Soo-ho and Bonnie are on-screen together, the most productive episodes would fairlyfor sure exist the ones with the top percentage. Whether they arecombating or being adorable is rather but even so the point.Ryu Jun-yeolandHwang Jeong-eumknow how to do romantic comedy.

Their chops at romantic drama are lower than impressive, even ifthat can be more an issue with the direction. It isdifficult to pin-point any unmarried weakness of"Lucky Romance"because there are numerous them. The majorthingfighting the drama from being awful is the usuallyuninteresting nature of the plot, yet the script is so disinterested in its own tale that it'llregularlyput from your mind major plot issuesslightly an episode after they're introduced.

AdvertisementNote, for example, that it turns out that the hackers just won- there isn't any indication post time-skip that Soo-ho ever if fact be told solved that problem. He does stay the bumbling idiot who created that crisis round the office, though, so who knows, perhaps there can be some type of unsatisfying answer to all that. But even potentially appealing story components but fade out and in at random. The manner Soo-ho's dad reacted to Soo-ho's coincidenceused to be sweet, but it might take had a load moreaffect if up till now he'd been portrayed as anything elseapart from a drunkard come angry cuckold.

That's what isactually been lacking in"Lucky Romance"- a feeling of intensity to persona relationships until when the actors are just rightample to go beyond that. The Dal-nim/Jang-hwa romance has had about as much exposition as any of the opposite random plotlines, yet it is substantially more memorable because those characters are portrayed with genuinely interesting passion. Why could notall the drama have just been about that roughly interplay?

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Spoiler Added episode 14 captures for the Korean drama 'Lucky Romance'

Spoiler Added episode 14 captures for the Korean drama 'Lucky Romance'

Added episode 14 captures for the Korean drama "Lucky Romance" (2016)Directed via Kim Kyeong-hee-IIWritten by Choi Yoon-gyoNetwork : MBCWith Hwang Jeong-eum, Ryu Jun-yeol, Lee Cheong-ah, Lee Soo-hyeok, Kim Ji-min, Kim Jong-goo,...16 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00SynopsisA romantic drama about a lady who believes in success and fortune-telling and a guy who lives on his own accord.Broadcast beginning date in Korea : 2016/05/25

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Spoiler Added episode thirteen captures for the Korean drama 'Lucky Romance'

Spoiler Added episode thirteen captures for the Korean drama 'Lucky Romance'

Added episode thirteen captures for the Korean drama "Lucky Romance" (2016)Directed via Kim Kyeong-hee-IIWritten by Choi Yoon-gyoNetwork : MBCWith Hwang Jeong-eum, Ryu Jun-yeol, Lee Cheong-ah, Lee Soo-hyeok, Kim Ji-min, Kim Jong-goo,...16 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00SynopsisA romantic drama about a girl who believes in good fortune and fortune-telling and a guy who lives on his own accord.Broadcast beginning date in Korea : 2016/05/25

#Choi Yoon-gyo #Hwang Jeong-eum #Kim Ji-min #Kim Jong-goo #Kim Kyeong-hee-II #Lee Cheong-ah #Lee Soo-hyeok #Ryu Jun-yeol #Lucky Romance #news