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Moon Chae Won To Reveal Beauty Secrets On Next “Get It Beauty” Episode
“Get It Beauty,” a cable program focused on discussing various tips on beauty trends, released a preview for the eighth episode featuring actress Moon Chae Won.
During the short clip, she appeared in front of the show’s signature “talking mirror” segment where she said, “First of all, my skin is not milky white.” Later, it revealed that she’ll share her personal beauty secret tips on the program.
Meanwhile, Moon Chae Won is currently going over the script for her next film project “The Mood That Day” and will act opposite Yoo Yeon Suk.
Top 10 Moments Of You Who Came From The Stars: Episode 21
preview nextview 1/11 preview nextview The end is here!
You Who Came From the Stars left us with warm fuzzy feelings to know that Do Min Joon and Chun Song Yi′s relationship somehow worked out, at the same time, putting an emphasis on how precious time spent with a loved one is.
Top 10 Moments Of You Who Came From The Stars: Episode 20
preview nextview 1/11 preview nextview There are two more episodes left in the You Who Came From the Stars and we’re still nervous for how this is all going to wrap up. Hopefully, it’ll be with a happy ending and we can stop crying.
Dara made a cameo appearance as a top actress walking on the red carpet alongside Chun Song Yi (played by Jeon Ji Hyun) and Yoo Se Mi (played by Yoo In Na). She caught attention with her unique fedora from 2NE1′s “Missing You” promotions.
Several BTS photos of Dara on the filming set were also shared, showing the singer concentrating on her script and overcoming the cold weather with hot packs.
“Man From The Stars” Wraps Up Filming + Text Preview For Final Episode
“Man from the Stars” wasn’t terribly backed up like some other dramas, but it did keep the race tight. The first report of the drama finishing filming was released at 8:08AM February 27 KST, just a little over 12 hours until the broadcast time. The filming proceeded as clandestinely as possible and the staff was giving a gag order to prohibit any specific details about the ending from leaking. All that viewers were supposed to know was that episode 20 (the penultimate episode) foreshadowed Do Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun) and Chun Song Yi’s (Jun Ji Hyun) separation. Yet it was hinted by the production team yesterday that the ending will be unpredictable, throwing fans into confused loop of speculation.
Today, a source from the production team revealed to local news agency Dailian that “On February 26, we filmed an important scene to the ending at Ilsan.” The source teased, “While we can’t reveal what kind of Do Min Joon and Chun Song Yi scene it is, please look forward to it until the very end.” It added, “It still hasn’t been decided how the ending will play out.”
Another source teased, ”The ending could be an unhappy one. At the very least, the epilogue showing [Chun Song Yi and Do Min Joon] happy should satisfy the desire of many people.
"you Came From The Stars" Episode 20
It would seem that the consequences of Min-joon coming out as a mysterious entity with superpowers are rather subdued. I can't really fault the drama for taking this path, honestly, because who knows how such an event would play out in real life. Constant media coverage and interviews? Yeah, we'd definitely have that. Which I imagine would make it somewhat difficult for a shady government entity to try to snatch Min-joon up and dissect him or something. Ironically, Jae-kyoung may have actually done Min-joon a favor by exposing him in public, as opposed to a controlled room.
But if the drama doesn't really care that much about the implications of this, eh, I don't either. What "You Came From The Stars" does care about at this point is the skinship. Great skinship action here. It's just so darned cute. It's like Song-I and Min-joon are hanging on for dear life because they know that at any minute he's going to have to go back and then they won't have this chance ever again.
There's lot of rushing through the serious relationship stuff here, like dinner with Song-I's family. That, again, doesn't feel organic so much as it does rushed, but then that's really the appeal anyway. "You Came From The Stars" is doing a good job utilizing the odd situation the characters are in to build up some decent comedy and fun. This is probably a big part of why there's relatively little emphasis on the public exposure stuff- it's more a narrative device to set up the couple conflict than it is a greater existential one.
“Man From The Stars” Final Episode Script Completed
The teaser for the 20th episode has already been uploaded on SBS’ official website. In the clip, the identity of Kim Soo Hyun (Do Min Joon) is slowly being revealed to the public, and in the center of the buzz, he is taken away by the investigators for threatening the life of Jun Ji Hyun (Chun Song Yi). Worried about her lover, Jun Ji Hyun is trying to stay close to Kim Soo Hyun and help him.
In episode 19, the lovely couple enjoyed each other’s company by spending precious time together, but just when everything seemed to be going well, Jun Ji Hyun told Kim Soo Hyun to leave the Earth for his own sake, causing viewers to wonder whether their romance will end or not.
The source concluded, “We are currently in the final stages of filming. We will probably continue filming until the 27th,” which is the day the final episode will air.
Top 10 Moments Of You Who Came From The Stars: Episode 19
preview nextview 1/11 preview nextview Episode 19 was an episode that reminded us that the end of You Who Came From the Stars was near, with plotlines wrapping up and lovey dovey moments followed by tears.
As messed up as the Lee Hwi Kyung’s father has been so far, there’s no sadder person. His second son killed his first. And his third son revealed that fact.
Heo Gyun: I cannot foresee the future, but before you leave this place, I think you will meet a woman that you will love so much.
Top 10 Moments Of You Who Came From The Stars: Episode 18
preview nextview 1/11 preview nextview This was such a cute episode with both romance and bromance headed Do Min Joon’s way.
"you Came From The Stars" Episode 19
Just when I had forgotten why "You Came From The Stars" has a murder subplot in the first place, this episode comes along to give a reminder. It exists to make Min-joon act in a ridiculous contrived way against whatever stupid transparent scheme Jae-kyoung has come up with this week. And this one really takes the cake- the only apparent purpose of the plan is to do damage to Min-joon. It doesn't actually help Jae-kyoung at all. If anything it makes Jae-kyoung's situation worse. Who the heck makes an announcement like that at a press conference?
Scratch that. What kind of benefits plan are Jae-kyoung's henchmen getting? They're literally fighting a superhero here. It's one thing to try and get ahead in life by committing murder. It's quite another to try and get ahead in life by committing murder on the behest of another guy who's currently in the news for facing criminal prosecution. At some point the gravy train's going to end here, guys. Maybe it's time to get off before you get sentenced to life in prison.
Now, granted, the purpose of this drama has, as always, been to detail the loveline between Min-joon and Song-I. It's supposed to be noble that he makes this sacrifice for her. Except it's not really much of a sacrifice at all. He's already been exposing himself publically the last several episodes. And for it to happen this time is horribly contrived in any case. Remember at the beginning of the drama, when Min-joon made a point of running out of sight before teleporting? He doesn't.