Korean Drama Fate To Love You Episode 19 Recap and Screen Capture

Korean Drama Fate To Love You Episode 19 Recap and Screen Capture

Fate To Love You Episode 19 Review by Dramabeans:

 

 

In this episode, everyone is so busy preparing for the second wedding of Gun and Mi-young. It seems that they skip the most important thing - the bride and groom. Grandma Wang is shocked when Gun and Mi-young didn't participate their  own ceremony.

Don't worry about it, because Gun and Mi-Yong is still happy to drive away their "Just Married" car .

Rewind. Gun enters his office to find Mi-young waiting for him, only for Gun to ask: “Who are you?” Mi-young isn’t fazed, and tries to jog his memory by telling him that she’s Keddongie’s mom, Dalpengie, and Superglue.

A lightbulb goes off over Gun’s head as he remembers who she is before he loudly proclaims, “Jang Na-ra!” Hahaha.

The moment Mi-young slaps him for that, Gun wakes up in her old apartment. It was just a dream. They share a cute moment baking bread, but Gun doesn’t want to let her go off to the studio to work—even though she jokes that she has to bring home the bacon now thathe’s not working.

He finally lets her go with a kiss, then heads to Mom’s restaurant for the day. It’s adorable how he practices satoori to try and fit in, because Mom is still not sold on him re-marrying her daughter.

He’s brought her supplements in what he admits is straight-up bribe, especially when they’re named “Mother, I’ll Be Filial So Don’t Worry.” Hah. Mom brushes him off, so Gun claims he’ll come back with something that really sparkles, even though he doubts that whatever he can bring will shine brighter than Mom’s eyes.

Mom doesn’t want anything from him and attempts to send him away, but Gun proves to be superglue as he begs Mom to at least let him eat before he goes, in terrible satoori, no less.

She reluctantly lets him stay, but doesn’t want him to keep calling her Mom. When he doesn’t get the point, she finally sits him down by calling him “Gun-ah” as she tells him that he really is like a son to her. Gun thinks she’s about to tell him good news and excitedly tells her that he thinks of her as his mother, too.

He asks her permission to marry Mi-young, but that’s not what Mom sat him down for. She doesn’t know how sick he is, but promises that because he’s like a son to her, she’ll help him no matter what… though that plan doesn’t seem to include Mi-young.

Gun defends his health as being more than perfect since he hasn’t even had a cold in the last three years, but Mom takes him by the hands as she pleads, “Can’t you let my Mi-young go?” 

She knows it’s selfish of her when Mi-young wants to take what will inevitably be a hard road, but she can’t just sit by and watch either. “I really do like you, Gun. But I’m still opposed to your relationship with Mi-young. You know how I feel, right? You understand what your mom is saying, right?”

Gun looks moved by her desperate pleas, but in a surprising turn, he lets out a hearty laugh as he asks her whether she thought he’d give up just like that. He takes her attitude as a challenge as he promises to come back even stronger next time.

Daniel, wearing alarmingly gold footwear, finds himself confused by Se-ra’s cold attitude when they run into each other in their building. He doesn’t know she saw the picture on his nightstand, but she can’t forget it.

Gun crashes Mom’s hair salon, and introduces himself to all the other ajummas as Mom’s soon-to-be third son-in-law. He turns on the charm when it comes to all the ladies, and acts all surprised when he sees Mom there, like he toootally wasn’t expecting to see her there.

Mom just rolls her eyes as she tells him to just give it up now—no means no. Gun praises her for her consistency, even as his voice lowers just a bit when he adds that he knows he’ll gain her approval in the end. Until then, he’ll just keep trying.

He goes home to find Mi-young and freshly-made ramen with fish eyes (which he’d been craving ever since she made it for Yong), and as he digs in she brings up the issue with Mom—she’s making it difficult for him, isn’t she? “Easy women are no fun,” Gun jokes in return.

 

Mi-young knows he’s not letting his true feelings show to spare her, but Gun just tells her to trust him. He’ll do whatever it takes to get Mom’s approval. Mi-young finally smiles: “Gunnie, fighting!” Gun: “Fighting!”

After sharing a Lady and the Tramp moment with the ramen, Gun breaks into his low voice as he insinuates that tonight is the night for amour.

But of course, the moment he leans in for a real kiss, they’re interrupted by sudden and unexpected visitors for an impromptu housewarming party: it’s the Soapsuds Duo and Mi-ja. 

Gun isn’t too thrilled at the interruption, even though they’ve brought the tools needed to play Go-Stop. (Meta Moment: They call Gunnie the similar-sounding “Go-ni,” his gambling character’s name from the drama Tazza.)

He’s not so great at the game, so Mi-young offers to step in and play in his place. Even though he doubts her claims that she’s not so bad herself, I love that Mi-young ties her hair back and puts her glasses on in preparation. It’s on now.

Mi-young ends up surprising everyone when she cleans them all out, and it’s funny how Gun can’t get her to stop even when he points to the rising sun. But at least she wins him all his money back? Hah. 

After Se-ra fails to have a heart-to-heart with her heartless mother, Gun and Mi-young provide some unexpected company to Mom on her morning walk. She knows that they’re working in tandem now to try and convince her, and reiterates that when she says no, it’s final.

Gun is determined to show Mom just how healthy he really is, and proceeds to do some challenging exercises in front of her. Mi-young is there to cheer him on the whole time, leaving Mom actually speechless—whether it’s at their teamwork or Gun’s amazing acrobatic ability is up for grabs.

It’s extra cute when Mi-young and Gun exercise together, and when Gun’s strength starts failing during a sit-up, Mi-young entices him to go that extra mile by offering him a kiss at the finish line. 

They’re both exhausted, but neither of them stop showing their collective strength until Mom finally walks away. Gun insists on carrying Mi-young home on his back even after all that, which doesn’t escape Mom’s notice. I doubt it’s his strength winning her over, but their love for each other.

After Gun reads an entry in his father’s diary detailing his regret for his noble idiocy act and how it caused him to miss out on valuable time with his family, Yong and Ji-yeon play house at Lee Manor as they work out what to call each other.

She doesn’t want him calling her “noona” anymore, so he instead switches to calling her Ji-yeon-ah. But Mama Yong intervenes before they get a chance to kiss, and another makjang drama scene plays out when Mama Yong’s disapproval of Ji-yeon causes her to run off crying. 

Gun returns to the manor to ask Mama Yong about his father—specifically, how he was the last time she saw him. She flashes back to the memory of him leaving as he told her he was sorry and thanked her, while in the present she tells Gun that there was nothing she could do when his father wanted to return to his family.

Both of them grow misty-eyed when she recalls that the day he returned to the wife and son he loved so much was the same day the car accident happened, the one that killed both Gun’s parents. Mama Yong sighs that if there’s only one good thing to be gleaned from the tragic situation, it’s that Gun’s father spent his last moments with the woman he loved.

Before Gun goes, he bows his head to thank Mama Yong for giving him his father’s diary. Mama Yong is in shock, since that’s the first time Gun’s ever thanked her. 

Gun and Manager Tak visit a private investigative agency populated by gangsters—and more specifically, CEO Doodoo of Doodoo Industries (the man Gun almost sold Mi-young’s island factory to). Of course, he’s not a big-time CEO anymore, which he explains as being due to a stint in jail for some illegal activities.

Unimpressed, Gun decides to leave only to find the door blocked by CEO Doodoo’s gangsters. He shadow boxes with them to show them his moves, and CEO Doodoo finally relents to offering him a ten percent discount to find whoever it is Gun needs finding.

He’s shocked when Gun hands him a picture of a tree, the same tree we saw in a flashback with Gun and his father. CEO Doodoo is up to the task, and swears he will find that tree. 

Se-ra brings Daniel an unidentifiable plate of food from her very first attempt at cooking, which Daniel describes as looking “metaphysical.” Hah. After admitting that she looked into his background a bit, she asks if he remembers the night he was so drunk she had to help him home.

When she admits to seeing the picture on his nightstand, Daniel openly tells her that it’s of his little sister, Mi-young, who he lost when he was younger. Se-ra’s expression looks somewhat panicked as she leaves with hardly another word, freeing Daniel from the obligation of eating her food.

There’s a ring at the door, and it’s Se-ra again: “The little girl in that picture… I think it’s me. But I don’t know why I’m in that picture.” Daniel looks understandably stunned. 

Daniel calls Mi-young out for a drink, unable to help himself from commenting on her beautiful smile—especially since it makes him want to start over as her neighborhood oppa again. Aw.

After making some small talk about work, Daniel says he called her to give her one last gift. He goes up to the stage and takes the microphone to sing her a ballad from the OST ofPrince’s First Love (specifically “Since That Day” by Sung Shi-kyung):

As usual, the sunlight was warm

And you were beautiful leaning against me


You talked about leaving, as if asking for time

I smiled so you wouldn’t suffer.

The things I said like a habit

I’ll do anything you want

I was a fool to keep that promise

Since that day, I’ve always been sorry

Worrying that even for a day I might forget about you

The saddest thing is to realize that

I still smile every now and then

Even though you’re not around

I feel sorry about breathing without you that I sigh

Since that day, it’s always like this

Since that day, I’m always in pain. 

As he sings his heartfelt song, Mi-young flashes back to all the precious moments she shared with him. Tears are streaming down her cheeks by the end of the song, and when he returns to his seat, she tells him how precious a gift that was and how she’ll cherish it always.

“Don’t forget it even when you become a grandmother,” Daniel warns her playfully. “Call me if you ever need a priest or a neighborhood oppa.” Aww, this actually sounds like a goodbye. The forever kind.

Mom calls Gun over to her restaurant where she serves him plain tofu, the national food for freshly-released prisoners and sinners. But the message is intentional, because Mom says Gun is a sinner to her: “Since you’re taking my perfect daughter away from me forever.” 

Gun’s eyes go wide—Mom’s finally changed her mind! “Can you promise to live a long time and protect Mi-young?” she asks. Gun takes her hands as he gladly promises that he’ll always make Mi-young smile and laugh.

He and Mom celebrate by getting wasted together, which is the scene Mi-young happens upon. Hahaha. She has to drag the both of them to Mom’s house, where Gun promptly passes out.

Mom’s still awake though, and Mi-young hugs her in happiness now that she knows they have her approval. After Mom blusters that she doesn’t need to attend the same wedding twice, she laments that she only gave in because of Gun’s tenacity, “But I can’t give my blessing with a smile.” 

Even so, it shows that Mom can’t help but love Gun regardless. As Mi-young cuddles up with her for the night, we find that Gun isn’t quite as drunk as he led them to believe, since he heard everything. “Thank you,” he whispers. “Thank you.”

Wedding day. After getting dressed in his tuxedo, Gun gets a call from CEO Doodoo about the tree. Mi-young’s sisters help her into her gown and apologize for Mom’s absence, explaining it away as due to her being stubborn.

That’s when Gun grabs his bride with the declaration that they have somewhere to go, and they have to hurry. The wedding party is left in shock as Gun drives away with Mi-young, telling her in the car that there’s just somewhere he has to go with her. 

She takes his hand and reassuringly says, “We’re already going there together.”

We return to the scene that opened the episode, with Grandma Wang all but collapsing at the news of the runaway couple. At least this time, Gun sends Manager Tak a text explaining that they’ll be right back.

Gun and Mi-young arrive at the tree, where CEO Doodoo and his men are just barely holding back a crew of men who were, coincidentally, about to dig it up and move it. The men agree to leave the tree alone for now so that Gun and Mi-young can have some privacy. 

It’s the same tree from Gun’s flashback with his father, around which he and his father had shared precious memories and happy times. But more importantly, it’s where his father had buried a box filled with keepsakes, including a pair of cufflinks Gun would only get to wear when he was an adult, and a signed baseball little Gun got from the first game he ever went to with his dad.

But Gun hadn’t understood at the time that they wouldn’t revisit the tree again, since he hadn’t known about his father’s illness. “Gun, listen to me carefully. Right now and from now on, whenever you feel scared, be like Daddy.” Dad laughs his trademark laugh, now Gun’s. “Laugh like this, okay? If you do, I’ll always be with you to protect you.”

In the present, Gun digs up the keepsake box, and cry-laughs when he pulls out the baseball first, then the cufflinks. After he puts them on, he reads a note left by his father for when he’d inevitably find it as an adult:

 

“Gun-ah, by the time you read this letter when you’re an adult, you’ll probably know everything about me. I walked the same path you did. Even though I decided to leave you and your mother’s side right now, I know that perhaps one day, I might come to regret this choice.”

Gun and Mi-young hold hands as they run back to their own wedding, while Dad’s letter continues in voiceover:

”Should there come a moment when you have to make an important decision, don’t be anxious about a time that hasn’t happened yet, like I was. Don’t waste this moment in the present, and I hope that you will enjoy living life to the fullest every day. My son, my loving son Gun.”

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T-ara N4 to first reveal drama version MV teaser in Taiwan

T-ara N4 to first reveal drama version MV teaser in Taiwan

T-ara N4 to first reveal drama version MV teaser in Taiwan

T-ara N4 will be releasing their drama version MV teaser at the M! Countdown special in Taiwan.

Their label recently revealed, M! Countdown strongly requested T-ara N4s Countryside Life stage in Taiwan, but we couldnt do it because it did not match with our music release schedule. Instead, we decided to release the teaser for the drama version of the music video through the program.

T-ara will be working with the director behind Psy‘s “Gangnam Style” and “Gentleman” music videos, Jo Soo Hyun. The subunit consisting of members JiyeonEunjungHyomin, and Areum recently filmed their music video for four days and three nights. The music video will feature the girls moving up from the ‘countryside’ of Korea to Seoul. A surprise guest will also make a cameo in the music video, further leaving fans anticipating their debut.

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[KBS 2TV WED/THURS Drama Bridal Mask] Bridal Mask Kang-san Killed by Younger Brother  The Tragic Fate of Two Brothers

[KBS 2TV WED/THURS Drama Bridal Mask] Bridal Mask Kang-san Killed by Younger Brother The Tragic Fate of Two Brothers

Bridal Mask Shin Hyun-jun met his death by a bullet shot by his own brother Joo Won. The episode aired on June 14th showed Kang-san(Shin Hyun-jun) putting on the bridal mask and looking for revenge against Kimura Kenji(Park Joo-hyung) who was responsible for his mother Mrs. Han(Song Ok-sook)’s death.

Kang-san showed up in front of Kenji and started threatening and hitting him. Kang-to(Joo Won) showed up at the scene. Kang-to, who had been on the hunt for the Bridal Mask and failing to capture him for some time, got into a fist fight with Kang-san and finally took a shot at him.

[KBS 2TV WED/THURS Drama Bridal Mask] Bridal Mask Kang-san Killed by Younger Brother – The Tragic Fate of Two Brothers

Kang-to was about to take off the bridal mask, but Kang-san is able to escape the fight scene and ends up in his own front yard with the help of Baek Gun(Jeon Hyun). Kang-to was following the Bridal Mask, and yells out “the final moments for the Bridal Mask in my own front yard!” while reaching for him when Kang-san takes off his mask.

Kang-to is stunned to find out that the Bridal Mask is his own brother and as the two brothers grasp their tragic fate, Kang-san tells him he’s sorry for everything. While breathing his last breath due to his gunshot wound, Kang-san tells Kang-to that he didn’t want to leave a burden on his younger brother and that he had wanted to take care of everything.

To this, Kang-to asks his dying brother, “How could you be the Bridal Mask?” and blames himself, crying out in agony for being so foolish. Kang-san touches his younger brother’s face saying, “My little brother is all grown up now. My little brother, I’m going to miss you” and closes his eyes.

Losing his brother and mother in the span of one night, Kang-to sobbed uncontrollably at his tragic fate. Meanwhile, with the death of the Bridal Mask, Joo Won’s role as the new Bridal Mask gathered much attention from viewers.

Writer: Jeon Ji-young

KBS Public Relations Department

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[KBS 2TV Wed/Thurs Drama Bridal Mask] Kang-to Holds the Bridal Mask at Gunpoint, Twisting the Fate of Two Brothers

[KBS 2TV Wed/Thurs Drama Bridal Mask] Kang-to Holds the Bridal Mask at Gunpoint, Twisting the Fate of Two Brothers

A still cut has been revealed showing Joo Won holding “Bridal Mask” Shin Hyun-joon at gunpoint. The twisted fate of the two brothers is unfolding slowly as the drama gains intensity.

In KBS 2TV’s “Bridal Mask” the identity of “Bridal Mask” has been revealed to be Lee Kang-san(Shin Hyun-joon), the brother of Kang-to(Joo Won), and the two meet face to face.

[KBS 2TV Wed/Thurs Drama Bridal Mask] Kang-to Holds the “Bridal Mask” at Gunpoint, Twisting the Fate of Two Brothers

In the 3rd episode, which will air on June 6th, Kang-to fervently chases after “Bridal Mask” after losing him in front of his eyes even with the help of an expert sniper and armed men on horses. He finally gets a chance to capture “Bridal Mask”, raising curiosity about the fate of the two brothers.

The tragic fate of the two brothers is creating dramatic tension, drawing in more viewers. There’s been a flurry of activity on the drama’s official website, as viewers are posting comments about the two brothers’ sad and twisted fate. They’re saying Kang-to, who became loyal to the Japanese to help Kang-san, has to chase his own brother down while Kang-san, who had to act like a fool to become a hero, is being hunted down by his younger whom he loves.

Anticipation has been building up that “Bridal Mask” will give birth to a Korean superhero story that will provide satisfaction to viewers tired from life, and the twisted fate of the brothers will help intensify the plot and touch the viewers. The heartbreaking fate of a hero trapped between the love and camaraderie of two brothers and reality is expected to move the viewers.

Writer: Jeon Ji-young

KBS Public Relations Department

CopyrightⒸKBSKBS Media - Illegal reproduction and distribution is banned.

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[KBS 2TV Wed/Thurs Drama Bridal Mask] Joo Won Holds the Bridal Mask at Gunpoint, Twisting the Fate of Two Brothers

[KBS 2TV Wed/Thurs Drama Bridal Mask] Joo Won Holds the Bridal Mask at Gunpoint, Twisting the Fate of Two Brothers

A still cut has been revealed showing Joo Won holding “Bridal Mask” Shin Hyun-joon at gunpoint. The twisted fate of the two brothers is unfolding slowly as the drama gains intensity.

In KBS 2TV’s “Bridal Mask” the identity of “Bridal Mask” has been revealed to be Lee Kang-san(Shin Hyun-joon), the brother of Kang-to(Joo Won), and the two meet face to face.

[KBS 2TV Wed/Thurs Drama “Bridal Mask”] Joo Won Holds the “Bridal Mask” at Gunpoint, Twisting the Fate of Two Brothers

In the 3rd episode, which will air on June 6th, Kang-to fervently chases after “Bridal Mask” after losing him in front of his eyes even with the help of an expert sniper and armed men on horses. He finally gets a chance to capture “Bridal Mask”, raising curiosity about the fate of the two brothers.

The tragic fate of the two brothers is creating dramatic tension, drawing in more viewers. There’s been a flurry of activity on the drama’s official website, as viewers are posting comments about the two brothers’ sad and twisted fate. They’re saying Kang-to, who became loyal to the Japanese to help Kang-san, has to chase his own brother down while Kang-san, who had to act like a fool to become a hero, is being hunted down by his younger whom he loves.

Anticipation has been building up that “Bridal Mask” will give birth to a Korean superhero story that will provide satisfaction to viewers tired from life, and the twisted fate of the brothers will help intensify the plot and touch the viewers. The heartbreaking fate of a hero trapped between the love and camaraderie of two brothers and reality is expected to move the viewers.

Writer: Jeon Ji-young

KBS Public Relations Department

CopyrightⒸKBSKBS Media - Illegal reproduction and distribution is banned.

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Seo In Guk garners attention for composing the track “Fate” for drama ‘Love Rain’

Seo In Guk garners attention for composing the track “Fate” for drama ‘Love Rain’

Seo In Guk garners attention for composing the track Fate for drama Love Rain

Singer Seo In Guk successfully transitioned into an actor while starring in the popular drama, Love Rain. He is currently garnering much praise for his unexpected composing skills.

Not only does he act in the drama, but its been revealed that the talented singer wrote Fate, a track that will be a part of the dramas OST (soundtrack).

Seo In Guk recently tweeted, Daebak story! My first produced song Fate is going to be a part of the Love Rain OST. It might be playing during the drama so dont miss it. Im nervous too, while expressing his excitement for his self composed song.

Fate is a ballad song that accentuates Seo In Guks unique vocals which fits right in line with the plot of the drama. The track will be released on May 29th, the same date as the final broadcast for Love Rain.

In related news, Seo In Guk has been cast in tvNs upcoming drama series Respond 1997 and is currently in the process of filming.

Watch Seo In Guk singing Fate on Love Rain below.

SourceImage: Osen

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Video Added Korean drama 'Uncontrollably Fond' episode 8

Video Added Korean drama 'Uncontrollably Fond' episode 8

Added episode 8 for the Korean drama "Uncontrollably Fond"

"Uncontrollably Fond" (2016) Directed by potential of Park Hyeon-seok Written by Lee Kyeong-hee With Kim Woo-bin, Suzy, Im Joo-hwan, Lim Joo-eun, Jin Kyeong, Choi Moo-seong,... 16 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00 Often referred to as "Lightly, Ardently", "Arbitrarily Fond", "Indiscreetly Fond" Synopsis Two people, who were given separated throughout their formative yearsbecause of an ill-fated relationship, meet back equally an incredibly bossy megastar and as a materialistic and servile manufacturer of documentary programs. The drama depicts a sassy and ardent love tale between the two. Broadcast beginning date in Korea : 2016/07/06

Note : because of the licensing, videos won't existto be hadon your country

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Drama Review 'W' Episode 3

Drama Review 'W' Episode 3

Yeon-joo does now not take the slightest concept how to supply an explanation for the lifestyles of Cheol's parallel universe, so she starts investigating the most effective realposition with doable answers- her dad's annotations. Yet Seong-woo's authorial notes are not special capabilities intended for reader enjoyment. They areunusually painful reminiscences of a hard time in Seong-woo's life, and how the key plot movements in"W"were all reactions to Seong-woo's emotional state. That is, till Cheol took on a life os his own and begandevelopment Seong-woo's life much as Seong-woo built Cheol's.

"W"is imminently intriguing as an explanation of the dating between an writer and his creation. The relationship between Seong-woo and Cheol hits all kinds ofappealing beats that anybody who has ever attempted to seriously write a tale can understand. Despite the truth that Seong-woo created Cheol, he cannotregulate him because Cheol has his own distinct sense of motivation. Seong-woo can not draw Cheol to act a selected way with the exception ofthru external circumstance, or else Cheol's movements volition feel unnatural and poorly written.

And Cheol maintains all of this intensityinside of his own global every bit well. Apply how even although Yeon-joo assists in keepingseeking tohave interaction Cheol as though he were a clich, the guy manages to stayunexpected her backthrough acting like...well, by acting like a guy who has observedevery type of extraordinary suspicious stuff, and will only remain alive viaconsistentingenious thinking. Cheol turns out to have figured out that whatever external force is combating him from solving the mystery isn't bound by coherent logic.

AdvertisementThis, I think, is why Cheol is so attracted to Yeon-joo. Her habit from the very starting has made it transparent that she thinks in the similar mysterious common sense as Cheol's creator. For the hooded assassin of Cheol's circle of relativesto seem and disappear without leaving a hintis unnecessary rationally, but it does make an analogousroughly irrational sense as Yeon-joo forestalling attempted homicide and solving issues of unprovoked kisses.

Unluckily for Cheol, as a technical spectator he lacks the facilityto use such meta-reasoning. You'll be in a position topossibly see how this all works to positionthe elemental narrative of"W"in a moderately baffling place- but in a just right way. The storyline is so totally off the rails it isnot possible to betwhat is going totake place next. Incidentally, do not watch the preview."W"lives and dies at theenergy of its plot twists, and the preview spoils several of them.

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Drama Review 'Uncontrollably Fond' Episode 7

Drama Review 'Uncontrollably Fond' Episode 7

Episode 7 of"Uncontrollably Fond"explored the romantic relationships in the drama: No Eul and Joon-yeong, Assemblyman Choi and his love for Joon-yeong's mother, Ji-tae and Jeong-eun. The malicious taleparts like cancer, paparazzi, and meddling families were all present, yet they took a back seat to dating development.

Woo-bin presentations off his male magnetism in this episode as his persona struggles to conceal his love from No Eul. He'san impressive romantic lead, and similarly equallytough in the smaller moments: Joon-yeong's cancer pains; the telephone interactions with his mother. Suzy may beno longerpart bad. She is consistently a surprise. She we could herself be suffering from Woo-bin's energy.

AdvertisementIm Joo-hwanis the unlucky actor with a wood character as isLim Joo-eun. Either actors are able towonderful nuance, but both Ji-tae and Jeong-eun are utterly vanilla characters incapable of taking much nuance. Their roles feel thoroughly utilitarian and secondary to the major couple. The crackling romantic and sexual chemistry of Woo-bin and Suzy absolutely flattens the mediocre scenes between Joo-hwan and Joo-eun.

As for the parents, Assemblyman Choi turns out to have had (or continues to have) authenticemotions for Joon-yeong's mother. Too bad he is still married and his wife knows about it. This would possibly occasionallyundoubtedly exista significant point of contention and some extent from which brambles of plot will grow and drag in Joon-yeong's mother, Joon-yeong, and each personattached to him.

The first main kiss has happened, and then I be expecting some cute, and then some angst. We aregetting ready to release into the 2nd one1/2 of the drama, and becauseit is a melo, and Joon-yeong has cancer, I look ahead to audiences desiring tissues soon. Numerous them.

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Lee Joon Presented Role in Korean Drama Girl With a Suitcase; Joo Jin Mo Confirmed

Lee Joon Presented Role in Korean Drama Girl With a Suitcase; Joo Jin Mo Confirmed

It seems like Lee Joon (Vampire Detective) is the maximum recent to be introduced a role in thenew MBC drama Girl With a Suitcase. Choi Ji Woo (Twenty Again) will beour leading lady. Joo Jin Mo (My Love Eun Dong) has also latelyshowed every bit the leading man, Ham BokGeo.

Lee Joonwould be gambling a legal professional who works along side Ham Bok Geo. It's going towithout a doubt existgreatto look him in a neater drama than his final one. I amcertain he would do smartly in this role.

AdvertisementJeon Hye Bin (Oh Hye Young Again) has also been sold the role of any other lawyer with a tricky and defensive personality. After taking phase in her role inOh Hae Young Again, I would truly like to see her take on some other project.

Woman With a Suitcase is set a womanwhose profession is destroyed after a false feewhich leads to a felony sentence. She then has to paintings her as a long way back aschange into a lawyer again. Joo Jin Mo is up to play a media corporate president who takes a liking to her and secretly is helping Choi Ji Woo build her career back.

Woman With a Suitcase is scheduled to premiere in September on MBC.

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