Park Seo Joon thanks cast, staff, and viewers of 'Witch's Romance' in video message

Park Seo Joon thanks cast, staff, and viewers of 'Witch's Romance' in video message

Park Seo Joon thanked the cast, staff, and viewers of "Witch"s Romance" for sticking with him and the drama until its finale on June 10!

SEE ALSO: Park Seo Joon prepares for the completion of "Witch"s Romance" with the last script

Park Seo Joon gave his message of thanks:

"Hello, it"s Park Seo Joon. Yes, "Witch"s Romance" comes to an end like this. After counting it, I think I"ve been filming for 91 days. Among those days, I filmed overnight for 71 days and worked hard to film [the drama]. To the directors, writers, and all of the staff who suffered a lot for the drama, thank you so much. I think it was a production that helped me grow a lot. I think meeting "Witch"s Romance" and Yoon Dong Ha was an opportunity for me to mature and grow a bit more. Also, thank you so much for giving so much love. Thank you so much to team director Ban Ji Yeon and Uhm Jung Hwa for working with me. I think I really learned a lot. It is a great honor for me to film an unforgettable production as part of my acting career. I ask that you continue to show a lot of interest in my acting and growth. Thank you for loving "Witch"s Romance". I also ask that you continue to support Park Seo Joon."

Are you going to miss "Witch"s Romance"?

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Witch's Romance Episode 14 video previews

Witch's Romance Episode 14 video previews

It’s a romance-filled episode which will make the fans happy as there’s nothing more satisfying than watching a couple who’d previously suffered or struggled finally experience joy together.

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There has to be at least one more obstacle in their way but having only two episodes left means that it will not last for long.  What I’m most curious about is if they’ll change the ending. In other words, how many weddings will take place in the finale?

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K-Drama OST Roundup: Actor Park Seo Joon Sings For 'Witch's Romance', While Kang Ha Neul Lends His Voice For 'Angel Eyes'

K-Drama OST Roundup: Actor Park Seo Joon Sings For 'Witch's Romance', While Kang Ha Neul Lends His Voice For 'Angel Eyes'

Park Seo Joon and Kang Ha Neul are part of the OST Roundup. Korean drama original soundtracks have returned to a regular schedule of release, in the past two weeks.The most recent soundtrack releases have been a mix between contributions from indie artists, girl groups, and subunits. This week, two actors released soundtracks for dramas in which they hold starring roles.

Park Seo Joon sings "Come Into My Heart" for the tvN romantic drama "Witch"s Romance". Park Seo Joon portrays Yoon Dong Ha, a twenty-five year old career part-timer.Yoon Dong Ha becomes entangled with Ban Ji Yeon (Uhm Jung Hwa), a thirty-nine year old journalist who was jilted at the alter by her sunbae and former finance.The emotional ballad "Come Into My Heart" represents the conflict expressed by Dong Ha after he confesses his feelings to Ji Yeon.

Actor Kang Ha Neul lends his soulful voice for an acoustic version of the song "Three Things I Have Left" for the "Angel Eyes" soundtrack.Kang Ha Neul stars as the younger version of Park Dong Joo in the popular SBS Saturday-Sunday drama."Three Things I Have Left" illustrates the complexity and desperation surrounding the relationship between Park Dong Joo and his teenage love, Yoon Soo Wan.In addition to the plot surrounding the reunion between Dong Joo and Soo Wan, "Angel Eyes" has began to illustrate a love line for Teddy Seo (Seungri).

While the ratings between "Doctor Stranger" and "Triangle" were initially very close, the separation has grown with "Doctor Stranger" taking a marked lead."Doctor Stranger" stars Lee Jong Suk in a complex medical espionage drama, whose intriguing love line has captivated audiences.Even with an newly redefined relationship chart "Doctor Stranger"remains both confusing and fascinating.Lee Ki Chan appears on the soundtrack for "Doctor Stranger" with "Meet You Now".

The dark drama "Gap Dong" continues its plot to reveal the culprit behind a series of gruesome murders.Actor Yoon Sang Hyun of "Secret Garden" and "I Can Hear Your Voice" stars in the drama with MBLAQ Lee Joon included within the cast. Lee Joon has received acclaim for his continuous portrayal of gritty characters which are beyond the scope normally considered for idol actors. "Every Single Day" is a rich rock ballad from RUSH for part one of the soundtrack.

Ladies" Code provide the aptly named track "Crazily Hooked" for the madcap drama "Grandpas Over Flowers Investigation Team"."Grandpas Over Flowers Investigation Team" is a tvN drama which stars Super Junior"s Heechul, Choi Jin Hyuk, Park Min Woo, Park Doo Sik, as well veteran actors Lee Soon Jae, Byun Hee Bong, and Jang Gwang. "Grandpas Over Flowers Investigation Team" provides a new spin on the fantasy time jump drama, with the incorporation of magical aging.

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Park Seo Joon sings OST for his drama 'Witch's Romance'!

Park Seo Joon sings OST for his drama 'Witch's Romance'!

Actor Park Seo Joon sang the OST for his drama "Witch"s Romance"!

The MV is a mix of scenes from the drama as well as scenes of him recording. Park Seo Joon plays the male lead of the drama, a young man who is 14 years younger than the female lead but starts to feel love for her anyway. He sings a sweet, warm melody that"s the love theme for the drama.

SEE ALSO: [Drama Review] "Angel Eyes" - Episode 10

Check out the song above!

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Drama Review 'Mirror of the Witch' Episode 20 Final

Drama Review 'Mirror of the Witch' Episode 20 Final

With Hong-joo most commonly out of the way,"Mirror of the Witch"is ready to continue without a villain. Which is to say, as a substitute of having to combat an intractable conspiracy, Jun and Yeon-hee just solve complications and make desires come true. Here is immensely more gratifying than the skulduggery that has labeledsuch a lot of the drama's plot till this point. In context it isn'ttransparent whether any of the potions are in truth magical at all- it is more about the habit they provoke.

Which naturally results in the final candle and...you know, if Hong-joo had just led with that restriction rather thanarising amongstadvanced plans to do things her way via force, she most certainly would werea load more successful. Given the most often repentant nature of her personality here, actually, I used to be (and still am) wondering whether Hong-joo herself lit the candle. Certain she's been a little bit of a jerk, yet her ultimate moments are almost poetic, albeit undeserved. Hong-joo will have benefitted so much from a more ambiguous portrayal.

Jun and Yeon-hee thankfullywouldn't have that much. Their happiness this episode is well-deserved, sweet, and on the whole heartfelt. This is the romantic chemistry that may also be used to convincingly spark offa whole drama series, and I amunhappy less by the plot arc of the general episode as I'm by the reality that"Mirror of the Witch"did no longer brandjust right use of its runtime to delve into the Jun/Yeon-hee relationship. We bestwere givenshort glimpses like this in between unnecessarily confusing plot twists.

AdvertisementAnd the very last one, after the 2nd one time skip, is the maximum baffling of all. When I'm left asking questions like "so are they dead or did they solve that hassle with magic or is a metaphor what is going on exactly" that isa beautifulsmartsignal that a drama is prioritizing warm fuzzy emotions over striking effort into an finishing that really makes sense. How may a drama so passionate about explaining all its most minor plot issues fail at anything then basic?

Well,"Mirror of the Witch"has mostly just been a long term of failure punctuated by brief robust performances earlier than they get smothered by the following turnabout. So I betfinallyor not it'snow notthat gigantic a wonder for the drama to finish on a an identical note, providing piffling more than a sad reminder of what may need been if only the talemay have been more well condensed. Ah well. It will accept been worse.

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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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Video Added Korean drama 'Mirror of the Witch' episode 19

Video Added Korean drama 'Mirror of the Witch' episode 19

Added episode 19 for the Korean drama "Mirror of the Witch"

"Mirror of the Witch" (2016) Directed through Jo Hyeon-tak Written by Yang Hyeok-moon Network : jTBC With Yoon Si-yoon, Kim Sae-ron, Lee Seong-jae, Yeom Jeong-ah, Kwak Si-yang, Jang Hee-jin,... 20 episodes - Fri, Sat 20:30 Formerly referred to as "Witch Exemplar" on HanCinema Synopsis This ancient fantasy-romance drama is set an unlucky princess Seori who is desertedonce she is born because she is born with a curse and becomes a witch till she meets Heo Joon. Broadcast beginning date in Korea : 2016/05/13

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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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