"Yong pal" (2015) Directed by means of Oh Jin-seok Written by means of Jang Hyeok-rin With Joo Won, Kim Tae-hee, Jo Hyeon-jae, Chae Jeong-an, Jeong Woong-in, Bae Hae-sun,... Wed, Thu 22:00 sometimes called "Yong-pal-yi" Synopsis The drama depicts an ironic scenario of a guy. who still has to be afflicted by means of debt on account of his more youthful sister who must cross thru dialysis, even after he become a scientific physician. Broadcast beginning date in Korea : 2015/08/05
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Added new poster and teaser shooting footage for the impending Korean drama "Yong friend" (2015)Directed by way of Oh Jin-seokWritten by way of Jang Hyeok-rinWith Joo Won, Kim Tae-hee, Jo Hyeon-jae, Chae Jeong-an, Jeong Woong-in, Bae Hae-sun,...Wed, Thu 22:00Also referred to as "Yong-pal-yi"SynopsisThe drama depicts an ironic scenario of a guy. who still has to be afflicted by way of debt on account of his more youthful sister who must cross via dialysis, even after he turned into a scientific physician.Broadcast beginning date in Korea : 2015/08/05
"Yong- friend-yi" (2015)Directed via Oh Jin-seokWritten via Jang Hyeok-rinWith Joo Won, Kim Tae-hee, Jo Bok-rae, Jo Hyeon-jae, Chae Jeong-an, Jeong Woong-in,...Wed, Thu 22:00SynopsisThe drama depicts an ironic state of affairs of a guy. who still has to be afflicted via debt as a result of his more youthful sister who will have to cross via dialysis, even after he was a scientific physician.Broadcast beginning date in Korea : 2015/08
Mean whilst, the drama centers on Kim Tae Hee who turned into once put into a coma by means of her avaricious older brother, yet comes out of it thank you to a physician played by means of Joo Won. His persona is a neatly- reputable yet mannerless physician who suffers financially because of his sister"s fitness. apparently that he is helping Kim Tae Hee enact revenge opposed to all and sundry who plotted opposed to her.
Many K-Dramas, like "The Heirs," operate on the premise that a wealthy conglomerate heir can fall hopelessly in love with a commoner, with little recourse other than a few relatives that object to the union."The Heirs" was a fantastic teen series but "High Society" examines the relationship of a poor girl and rich man from a more mature angle. "High Society" approaches this dynamic from a pragmatic perspective, as Yi Ji is relentlessly harassed by Chang Soo"s mother.
Some of the most beloved tales like "Secret Garden," "The Heirs" and "Master"s Sun" featured disgruntled family members, who continued to argue against the relationship of the protagonists, until the series" concluded. While they could have a happy ending, the on-going dialog of their breakup has prepared viewers for what could be an inevitable split.
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The photos were released on the drama"s official Weibo on June 23.Both Victoria and male lead Peter Ho are looking like the perfect couple with skinship and sweet gazes into each other"s eyes. Victoria also looks cute and totally lovable with that huge grin of hers.
We left off last week with Moo Gak pointing a gun at Jae Hee"s head through the window and immediately we and Jae Hee knew that the gig was up. While Detective Ye carried Lieutenant Yeom to safety, Moo Gak went after Jae Hee who had decided making a run for it was pretty much his only chance for survival. It came as a surprise to no one that, with Moo Gak hot on his heels, Jae Hee"s plan failed miserably. What I was surprised by was Moo Gak"s ability to discern between what he had to do and what he wanted to do as well as his incredible self-control. Moo Gak"s intentions to kill the man who killed his sister havebeen clear from the very beginning so I found it rather amazing that when his chance finally came, Moo Gak practiced restraint and followed protocol rather than going for revenge. I guess this goes to show you what true love does for a person. Moo Gak is an intelligent man and he knows that while killing Jae Hee might make him feel better it would ruin any chance of happiness he might have with Cho Rim. Being the good man that he is, Moo Gak fires that warning shot before shooting Jae Hee and all is right with the world. Or it should be...
The funny thing about having your serial killer arrested in the next to last episode is that you know he"s not going to stay safely locked away from the world for long. It"s really a no-brainer so it didn"t take me at all by surprise when Jae Hee"s transport vehicle has an "accident" and he"s mysteriously never found. It also wasn"t surprising to see Jae Hee show up at Moo Gak and Cho Rim"s wedding, nor was it surprising that she was kidnapped by him. Some things are just bound to happen and a Moo Gak/Jae Hee showdown is on that list, I"m just sad that our once glorious villain was reduced to such crude and petty means for revenge. I mean after all these years of meticulous planning and precision killing, resorting to a kidnapping and a poorly hidden bomb just didn"t seem to live up to Jae Hee"s usual standards. I guess this is what happens when a good villain gets desperate. Jae Hee got too caught up in his need for revenge and the end result was well... Fatal. I can"t say I"m sorry to see Jae Hee go but I will miss his workout sessions...
While Jae Hee fails to live happily ever after... Okay, he just plain fails to live... The rest of our beloved characters do manage to find a way to get past the horrors inflicted by Jae Hee and move on with their lives and that makes me happy. I was happy to see Lt. Yeom take a job as a professor and even happier that Moo Gak went back to civilian life but that happy, easy life didn"t really last for long. I guess when you"ve got a good team and a good thing going, it"s hard to walk away which has to be why Lt. Yeom became the head of this new team. Naturally this new team is going to consist of everyone we already know and love and my only qualm with this whole thing is Moo Gak and Cho Rim"s inability to enjoy a well-deserved honeymoon. I mean after being kidnapped and nearly blown to bits, you"d think their "friends" would give these two enough of a break to enjoy some quality time together before throwing them back into the fray but no. Our poor OTP is reduced to an afternoon bike ride for a honeymoon and that"s just all kinds of sad. Still, they seem happy so I have no choice but to be happy for them.
This is my biggest complaint with this show... The police possess an incredible lack of talent in their jobs. They"re seriously some of the slowest people on the planet and even when they do get things figured out, they"re completely incapable of making anything happen. They know Jae Hee is the serial killer. They know he has Lt. Yeom hidden in some secret room of his house. They know if they don"t rescue her she"s going to die. Yet, despite all of this, it still takes them a ridiculous amount of time and a stroke of sheer luck to figure out where Lt. Yeom was being held captive. What"s worse is the fact that once they figured out where she was, they still arrived too late! (Or very nearly so.) I"m sure next week we"ll find that Lt. Yeom is actually quite alright, despite the fact she nearly suffocated to death but cutting things that close just isn"t good enough for me. Especially not now that Jae Hee has lost his next victim.Call me crazy but I don"t think Jae Hee is going to take being beaten by Moo Gak lightly and to be perfectly honest, that scares the crap out of me. It"s not that I don"t think Moo Gak can handle himself against Jae Hee, it"s that I don"t think Jae Hee is going to go after Moo Gak. No, if Jae Hee really wants to make Moo Gak suffer, he"s going to go after Cho Rim (which he wants to do anyway so this girl is pretty much toast). The scary part about Cho Rim being taken is that there"s no one on the police force who"d be able to find her if she was taken. Lt. Yeom was found because Cho Rim can see smells. Who"s going to save Cho Rim if she"s taken? Moo Gak? How? Jae Hee isn"t dumb enough to keep his captives in the same place once his secrets have been revealed. If he escapes the police after this week"s episodes (which I"m betting he will because he"s smarter than the average cop) he"s going to disappear and no one is going to be able to find him. So where does that leave Cho Rim? Not anyplace I want to be, that"s for sure!
While I was pretty stressed over Lt. Yeom"s capture, it did provide us with some interesting insight as to who Jae Hee is and why he"s taken on the role of a serial killer. He"s a complex character and an exceptionally wonderful villain which means I both love him and hate him at the same time. (Or maybe I love to hate him?) There"s a lot more to him than just a crazy man with a scalpel. There"s a reason to his madness and a very complex and wounded individual hiding behind that very cool facade. Not that his sad history gives him any excuse to kill people. It"s just interesting to see how much of a story Jae Hee really has. We already know so much about our hero and heroine, I like that we"re getting a chance to learn something about our villain. Perhaps in learning more about him we"ll learn why he"s so dead set on killing Cho Rim. I have a feeling there"s a whole lot more to it than just because she"s the girl who got away.
But enough of my rambling... Now it"s time for you to tell me what you thought of this week"s episodes. How did you feel about the police constantly using Cho Rim for bait? Do you think Lt. Yeom is going to be okay? Do you think this is really the end for Jae Hee or will he find a way to escape? If he does escape, how long do you think it"ll take for him to go after Cho Rim? Do you even think he will go after Cho Rim or do you think Moo Gak will be next on his list? You know I always love hearing from you so be sure to let me know what you"re thinking by leaving me a comment below!
It never ceases to amaze me, how this show manages to combine such intense moments of terror with such adorably sweet moments of cuteness. It"s such a crazy mix of light and dark and yet it all works so well together. I guess it"s because the moments when Cho Rim"s about two seconds from death make the moments she has with Moo Gakthat much sweeter. (Though probably only because you have this never-ending fear that the next time she"s with Jae Hee, she won"t be so lucky, so you treasure what cute moments you get.) When it comes to Moo Gak and Cho Rim, there"s so much to love but what really got to me this week was how freely Moo Gak admitted his feelings for Cho Rim. There was no beating about the bush this week. It seems once Moo Gak thought things over, and worked through is feelings in regards to Cho Rim and his sister"s death, he decided Cho Rim really is the girl for him and that kinda just settled thins for him. I guess when Moo Gak decides he loves someone, he loves them for forever and he"s so cute in the way he asks Cho Rim to go with him when he returns to Jeju Island, once all this insanity is behind them. I know Cho Rim didn"t really give Moo Gak an answer then but I have a feeling these two are going to be quite happy together in the future. As long as Cho Rim doesn"t become the next Barcode Victim, that is.
Now that Jae Hee knows there"s a witness and that that witness is Oh Jae Pyo"s daughter, it"s only a matter of time before he realizes Cho Rim is the girl he"s looking for. Of course he"s going to figure that out a whole lot faster if Cho Rim isn"t more careful around him. I know Cho Rim is trying to do her part and I know that she"s not an experienced detective but good grief! Does she have to cut things so very close every flipping time she"s around Jae Hee? Jae Hee is a smart man. Too smart, actually. And it"s not going to take him long to put two and two together. There are only a handful of people who have access to his house and even fewer who are allowed into his library. That means there could only be a few who might have planted that camera book in his house and having Cho Rim show up just at such a volatile moment is so not good. Even with the excuse of retrieving her wallet, Cho Rim doesn"t have enough of a reason to be found wandering Jae Hee"s house and she certainly has no reason to be in his library. The question is, will Cho Rim say something to Jae Hee and brush their meeting off with some sort of quickly contrived excuse or will she remain silent and hope Moo Gak comes to her rescue? Either way, things don"t look good for Cho Rim and I"m terrified to find out what happens next.
So tell me, where do you see things going from here? Do you think Cho Rim"s luck will hold and she"ll be able to weasel her way out of this latest run-in with Jae Hee or is she pretty much toast? If she does escape this time, how much longer do you think her luck will hold? How long do you think it"s going to take for Jae Hee to realize Cho Rim is the girl he"s looking for? What do you think will happen then? Will he go after her right away or will her hunt down her friends and family first? Oh Jae Pyo was about half a second away from being the next victim. Do you think Jae Hee will let him go or will he hunt him down as he continues to search for Cho Rim? There"s certainly a lot of story left and at this point, anything"s possible so what do you think is going to happen next? You know I always love hearing from you so be sure to let me know what you"re thinking by leaving me a comment below!
Go So Young was four months pregnant when the couple married. That year she gave birth to their son, Jang Min Joon. Their second child, a daughter, was born in February 2014. Jang Dong Gun attended prenatal classes during the pregnancy and did the exercises despite his busy filming schedule for the 2014 film "No Tears For The Dead."