Sinopsis A Bizzare Love Triangle
Upcoming Drama "kill Me Heal Me" Releases Poster, Starring Love Triangle Love Between Ji Sung, Hwang Jung Eum, Park Seo Joon
The first two depict the love lines of the drama, one with the words “I Will Protect You,” showing Ji Sung with his head comfortably in Hwang Jung Eum’s lap. The other shows an unfortunate love triangle, throwing Park Seo Joon into the mix, with the men looking in opposite directions. It is subtitled, “Hold me, save me, love me.”
Also released were two more posters, one showing the full main cast, and one depicting Ji Sung’s one-man show, with his various personalities in tow: “One day they showed up inside of me.”
Pan Entertainment stated, “We feel that the relationships between the characters came out well in the four posters for ‘Kill Me Heal Me.’ We hope you look forward to this drama, which will make you take a second look at internal scars and wounds that might otherwise be overlooked.”
Hyun Bin Plays Two Sides Of A Love Triangle In The Same Drama
The 20-episode comedy will be based on the Lee Choong Ho"s webtoon titled "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde." Hyun Bin will play a radio disc jockey and writer who has two very different personalities. He"s aloof and cold during the day and warm and charming at night. This makes it more likely that his night personality will inspire people to fall in love with him. But one lucky woman manages to fall in love with both sides of him.
"We will enter filming mid-November," said the KPJ representative. The drama is expected to air in January or February of 2015. An amusement park is currently being sought as a filming location.
Jo Young Kwang who directed "A Well Grown Daughter" and "49 Days" will direct "Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Hyde." Kim Ji Woon, who wrote "Cheomdamdong Alice," is the screenwriter.
T-Ara’S Eunjung To Join Cast Of Sbs Drama “Endless Love,” Possible Love Triangle In The Works?
The T-ara member is taking on the role of Tae Cho Ae, the daughter of a chaebol. Her character will be raising tension in the drama’s storyline, as she will have ties with singer/actor Kim Jun’s character, Tae Kyung.
Story TV revealed to OSEN through a phone conversation that she stepped onto the filming set today, and will be making her appearance on episode 20, which is scheduled to air on August 24.
“Endless Love” is a drama set in the 1980s that tells the story of the characters’ work, love, and dreams in the midst of the nation’s economic situation during that time period.
Ze:a's Hyungsik, Seo Kang Jun, & Nam Ji Hyun To Form A Love Triangle In New Drama 'what's With This Family'
Seo Kang Jun will be playing Yoon Eun Ho, who is a sweet guy complete with manners and wit. He is also the owner of a restaurant, who does not have to work hard to hard to do well at anything thanks to his good genes. After meeting Seo Wool, more and more he becomes interested in her and his playful lifestyle grows sincere. The actor likewise showed his thanks to the director and writer and relayed how it was an honor to work with senior actors. He said, "I will work hard and try my best to prepare to meet the audience with a developed self as well as a different self from previous productions through the cynical yet happy-go-lucky Yoo Eun Ho."
The three will get into a love triangle from the connection that formed starting from the situation twelve years ago that convinces Seo Wool to come to Seoul in present time to find that special boy once again. It will replace "Very Good Days" on August 16.
Ending A Seven-Year Drama Break With A Love Triangle
That"s what actress Lee Ha Na decided to do when she took a role in "High School King of Savvy." The actress who was once called a "romantic comedy queen" became popular about 10 years ago when she appeared in the SBS drama "Alone in Love." The series won praise for its portrayal of love, marriage and divorce. The two main characters fell in love, married, and despite wanting to divorce kept returning to each other. Lee Ha Na played the quirky Yoo Ji Ho, a character that spent her time reunite her sister and ex-brother-in-law.
She followed that role with more comedies, "Merry Mary" in 2007" and "Triple" in 2009, but then she decided to avoid small screen productions, starring instead in two films "The Fair Love" and "R2B: Return To Base."
At the press conference for the drama, the actress said that she avoided drama roles because she could not bridge the gap between the characters viewers expected her to play and her real personality.
Triangle Episode 12 Review: Lee Beom Soo & Oh Yeon Soo Are In Love
On the day Dong Soo got released, Shin Hye came and said to him, “I came to make sure you don’t sneak out to somewhere else. You’re no longer getting away from me, are you?” Dong Soo replied, “No. I’m no long going to do something I’ll regret.” Then he hugged her.
Triangle Episode 9 Review: Kim Jae Joong Confesses His Love To Baek Jin Hee
Young Dal took Jung Hee to a fancy restaurant for dinner. He said, “I just wanted to say thank you. I know you know what kind of person I am, and how people call me, but thanks for seeing me.” He confessed, “After I met you, I realized how shameful myself is. Honestly, I never knew I was living such a shameful life. But when I thought of you, I realized it was. If you understand how I feel, I won’t live a shameful life anymore.”
Young Dal was shy and could not lift his head. Jung Hee watched him with a smile and said, “I’m no better than you, Young Dal. So please don’t feel ashamed.”
Triangle Episode 2 Review: Lim Si Wan Falls In Love With Baek Jin Hee At First Sight
Previously, Madam Jang(played by Lee Yoon Mi) noticed that Dong Woo was a rich guest and called Huh Young Dal(played by Kim Jae Joong) and Jung Hee. Dong Woo showed interest in Jung Hee the moment he saw her.
Later, Jung Hee received an envelop full of money from Madam Jang. She told her to use the money to serve and take care of Dong Woo that night, but Jung Hee refused.
Angel Eyes Episode 8: A Much Complicated Love Triangle Has Begun
SBS weekend drama “Angel Eyes” is one of the dramas being talked about by viewers. It may be your typical love story, but it’s more complicated than that. In its recent episode, Park Dong Joo (played by Lee Sang Yoon) already revealed his true identity, that he isn’t Dylan Park, but Park Dong Joo who was Soo Wan’s (played by Gu Hye Sun) first love.
By the facts being revealed at this point, the love triangle that blossoms between Park Dong Joo, Kang Ji Woon (played by Kim Ji Suk) and Yoon Soo Wan becomes deeper and more complicated, making instances harder to cope.
As if we didn’t get enough of the confusing love triangle in tvN’s “Reply 1994,” Dia’s music video for the drama’s ost, “Farewell to Myself” highlights the intricate relationships.
On December 5, the music video of “Farewell for Myself” was released, which followed the love triangle between “Reply 1994” character Chil Bong, Na Jung, and Garbage. With seven more episodes to go, and the question of the identity of Na Jung’s husband, fans can refresh their minds of the possible candidates through the music video.
“Farewell for Myself” is a remake of the 1994 song that had been released in Kim Hye Lim’s fourth album. DIA does exceptionally well in creating the remake into her own style through her deep and unique voice.