A compilation of the best kisses (in my opinion) in no particular order.
Dramas: Her Lovely Heels, Another Parting, Pride and Prejudice, A Witch’s Romance, My Love From The Stars, King of High School Life Conduct, Fated to Love You, It’s Okay, That’s Love, Pinocchio and Surplus Princess.
The April 17 episode of tvN’s “The List 2017” put together a list of actors who went from playing enemies to becoming close friends in real life.
Gong Yoo and Lee Dong Wook
Gong Yoo and Lee Dong Wook starred in the hit drama “Goblin,” where they started off bickering but ended up being bromance goals. The two actors proved they were close friends in real life when Gong Yoo appeared as a guestat …
“And that’s how it works. That’s how you get the girl.”
Rub some salt into the wound, will you? If it wasn’t enough for Chan-young feeling down about the song he wrote for MUSH&CO doing so-so in the charts, he now knows for sure Han-kyeol and So-rim are together. Ouch! And I know the guys of Crude Play jokingly commented on how he never had any initiative about doing building up group trip but somehow I feel like they meant it. Then again, I don’t see them making more of an effort either.
And I wish I could feel happy for Yoo-na since I know the troubles and insecurities that constantly surround her in the industry but she’s such a passive-aggressive and envious person, I don’t feel like celebrating her song made it to number one. She broke up with Han-kyeol in the worst way possible and now it’s resentful that he’s not pining over her or at her beck and call. Screw this! If I’m to cheer on for this character, I want her to deserve it.
CEO Yoo was on fire too, rubbing in more passive-aggressive and outright aggressive digs at CEO Choi, who is already making moves to have his revenge. What is the deal between these two? I wish they would just keep away from each other’s paths, which is something CEO Choi seems to want too and it’s CEO Yoo who refuses to backdown. I admire her and resent her for it because she’s a empowering character who calls the important shots, but she has such a bad way to go around things.
Speaking of which, I finally understand a little more about Kang In-woo, who seems to be receiving a lot of music deals but he rejects them because he knows these people don’t appreciate his music. One wants to make amends and the other pay back to the first one, and he has clearly move on from the past. Yes, all Kang In-woo wants is for someone to appreciate his present day music and self. I hope it’s Han-kyeol who gets to do this for his father, he is after all in a position to do so and would be able to protect his music too.
I’m also over the Se-jung subplot, girl needs to go ASAP. Gyoo-sun is already onto her with the whole phone thing and his disappointed face was too much to handle. I know this character is being set up for heartbreak and I can’t take it. He’s precious and must be protected, while she’s a conniving self absorbed leach. I know Gyoo-sun is an assertive and sensitive person, so I’m sure he will tell her off next time he catches her doing something like that, or at least I hope he does.
Meanwhile, Shi-hyun and Soo-yeon need more screen time together, damn it! Their scenes made me squeal more than anything else through the entire hour and they are not even the main couple. I’m a goner and so are they, for each other. I want SOMETHING from this front, soon. Ya hear me show? SOON.
Crude Play remains bro-tastic and I wished they would have show more of their drinking games because, one: they are awesome, and two: Soo-yeon totally won that night. I am sure of it.
Who the hell is that man and what he has done with Han-kyeol? I was not expect he would be so open about his feelings. Who knew he could be this affectionate? So-rim, you lucky gal. He’s still dating up. And I love he still is in shock of Dad’s friendship with So-rim, lol. But I’m even more glad that he has someone and something on a personal level, beyond music, he wants to protect. Han-kyeol was all business before meeting So-rim and now he’s having fun and is happy again, this is something he had lost before Crude Play even debuted and I hope it lasts for a long, long time.
But this week’s star is So-rim. Not only did she stood her ground and told off Yoo-na and her passive-agreesive bitchiness in regards of her past relationship with Han-kyeol (you go, girl!) but also she defended the song Chan-young wrote for her band, which ultimately it’s also her music. It might not be perfect but So-rim and Chan-young are still new at what they are doing, so it’s expect for them to have some setbacks. On this topic, I’m cheering for them. In regards of Chan-young’s feelings for her, I’m afraid the he is setting himself up for even more heartbreak.
So-rim might have a long way before reaching the number one spot in the charts but she’s happy to just being able to sing and work towards her dreams, some of them have already come true. And the greatest one it’s just getting started.
British rock band Coldplay has stolen hearts all over the world during their decade-long career and South Korea is no exception!
Through April 15 and 16, Coldplay held concerts in Seoul Olympic Stadium with an audience of 45,000 each night. Many of these included Korean celebrity couples enjoying a date night out like Rain and Kim Tae Hee, Lee Hyori and (non-celebrity husband) Lee Sang Soon, and
There have been a lot of news of different dramas coming up on our screens lately, all with actors and actresses that I am really fond of, so here is a list of 5 dramas that I’m really excited about!
1. Uncontrollably, Fondly starring Kim Woo Bin and Suzy - July 2016
I have had this drama on my radar since it was first announced. I’ve been dying to see Kim Woo Bin as the lead character in a drama and my wishes have been answered. The story seems quite typical as it talks about a man and a woman who met and got separated as children who meet again once adults. The big plus? The 100% pre-produced drama comes from the writer of The Innocent Man, Will it snow for Christmas? A Love to Kill and Sorry, I love you…to name a few.
2. W - The Two Worlds starring Han Hyo Joo and Lee Jong Suk - July 2016
This drama comes from the wonderful writer behind one of my favorite drama of all times Queen In Hyun’s Man…needless to say I have to watch it. Add Lee Jong Suk and Han Hyo Joo, for whom it’s her first drama in 6 years, in the mix and I am sold. According to the reports it is a “fantasy romance between a man and a woman living in two parallel universes existing concurrently in present-day Seoul.” I’m not sure exactly how the parallel universe is going to be introduced but considering it isn’t the first try of the writer in this genre I have high hopes.
3. Jealousy Incarnate starring Gong Hyo Jin and Jo Jung Suk - August 2016
You may have heard about this drama thanks to the fight between SBS and KBS regarding the broadcasting rights which ultimately went to SBS. The story takes place in the competitive world of a broadcasting station and depicts the love between an anchorman and a weather caster. I think both Jo Junk Suk and Gong Hyo Jin have what it takes to pull off their characters, I just hope the later’s character won’t be anything similar to Ji Hae Soo in It’s Okay It’s Love which I hated.
4. The Legend of The Blue Sea starring Jun Ji Hyun and Lee Min Ho - October 2016
Announced a couple of days ago, The Legend of the Blue Sea is apparently on its way to break records already. Despite not knowing much about the project, aside the fact it is inspired by the Little Mermaid (the real story not the Disney one), China is already offering huge amount of money to secure the broadcasting rights! I do understand them as the project comes from none other than Park Ji Eun the writer behind You Who Came From the Stars, which is actually the main reason I want to watch this drama.
5. Hwarang: The Beginning/ The Beautiful Knights starring Park Seo Joon and Go Ara - 2016
Well have you seen this first drama poster? I am sure each of us will find a reason in it to watch the drama. Mine? Definitely Park Seo Joon, I love him so much. Hwarang tells the story of an elite group of male youth during the Kingdom of Silla. Believe it or not I’m actually curious to see the drama because of the era it takes place in. I don’t recall watching any drama who aren’t set during th Goryeo or Joseon dynasty.
Bonus: My Sassy Girl starring Joo Won - 2017
Probably Joo Won’s last project before enlistment, My Sassy Girl is a sageuk remake of the 2001′s movie of the same name. I did previously mentioned my happiness about Joo Won trying a sageuk drama so I really can’t wait. The drama has already brought in a lot of attention as a thousand women took part in the auditions process to be the next Sassy Girl. The drama isn’t due until early 2017 and I am already counting the days!
There’s actually a lot more dramas in my list but I try to narrow it down to my 5 that I really can’t wait for. And you which drama are you waiting for?