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[Screenshots] I Do I Do EP 1 - Part 4

Bad son and bad daughter ! Hehe They comfort each other with alcohol. Oh, server thinks that Ji An and Tae Kang look same age. They drink too much. Ji An said, "You are too young. Go to your mother" But, Tae Kang doesn't leave with his mother...They are plastered. Tae Kang trys to send her home in a taxi. But she leaves in ChungNam Gongju. So far from Seoul! It rains. Tae Kang doesn't leave her alone. They drink again and again. Hehe Part 1 : http://www.vingle.net/posts/14450 Part 2 : http://www.vingle.net/posts/14452 Part 3 : http://www.vingle.net/posts/14457 Part 4 : http://www.vingle.net/posts/14459 Part 5 : http://www.vingle.net/posts/14461 Part 6 : http://www.vingle.net/posts/14467 Part 7 : http://www.vingle.net/posts/14475
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If the chemistry is not right in a kdrama, the romance is not going to work. When watching a mismatched kdrama couple, it's tempting to think which actor you might have cast instead. Why did they choose that actress and not the other obvious choice? Sometimes actors are cast for their star power, sometimes because the scriptwriter asked for them. Occasionally, a couple is cast because they look good together, but when acting, they lack that spark. You can never tell what will work out on screen. But it is fun to imagine who might be great together. Here are a few kdrama couples that could really work: Yoon Eun Hye and Ok Taecyeon: They did a beer commercial together and looked great as the idol manager and detective. They both have the same intense good looks. She's four years older than him, but why should a few years matter when you're casting a drama? Yoon Eun Hye looked great with all her drama co-stars. She made a great couple with Gong Yoo in "Coffee Prince," Joo Ji Hoon in "Princess Hours," Woon Sang Hyun in "My Fair Lady," Kang Ji Hwan in "Lie to Me," and Park Yoo Chun in "Missing You." She even had a short cameo appearance as the former girlfriend of Lee Min Ho in "Personal Taste." Taecyeon has not had that many small screen girlfriends, only Suzy in "Dream High" and almost Moon Geun Young in "Cinderella's Sister," but Yoon Eun Hye could show him how it's done. Next suggestion is Kim Sun Ah and Jung Il Woo. Okay, he's 25 and she is 37, but she starred with Lee Jang Woo in "I Do, I Do" and he is 26. There must be some way she could be in the same drama with Jung Il Woo. She has romanced Hyun Bin in "My Lovely Kim Sam Soon" and Lee Dong Wook in "Scent of a Woman." Jung Il Woo has been matched up with Lee Chung Ah in "Flower Boy Ramen Shop," longed for Han Ga In in "The Moon Embracing The Sun" and lost Nam Gyu Ri in "49 Days." Please, kdrama producers, make this happen. And finally, how about Suzy Bae and Lee Min Ho? After she finishes fighting her way through "Gu Family Book," she could become Lee Min Ho's sidekick in another "City Hunter" type action drama. She's 18 and he is 25, but she is pretty tough. She stuck it out in that tough performing arts high school in "Dream High" and held her own in "Big." She has enough spirit to defeat the most arrogant character he could play. Goo Jun Pyo, beware. So far, he has been matched up with Son Je Jin in "Personal Taste," Go Hye Sun in "Boys Over Flowers," Park Min Young in "City Hunter," Kim Hee Sun in "Faith" and his new drama, "The Heirs" will feature Park Shin Hye as his love interest. credit:kpopstarz
DRAMA: My name is Kim Sam Soon (Bueno)
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8 K-Dramas With Bittersweet Endings
Bittersweet Ending: The ending is happy but also sad at the same time! This card will contain spoilers for all the dramas mentioned! [365: Repeat the Year] Our character's do get a happy ending because they all live but at the same time it's sad. Hyeongju is successfully able to return to the past and reset which means all of our characters who previously died (killed off by our resident serial killer whom I won't name for spoiler reasons) are alive again. This includes Hyeongju's new best friend Gahyeon, however, because she did not reset as well she no longer remembers what happened in the previous reset (for those who have not seen this drama the reset is only going into the past year but only those who went through the reset remember the future they've already lived through.) So, because Gahyeon who died in the previous reset and therefore was unable to go through the reset with Hyeongju no longer remembers the process in which her and Hyeongju became friends. 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[Remember: War of the Son] Our main leads do not get a happy ending as a couple because our male lead suffers from Alzheimer's. But his father is cleared of his crime and the real killer is behind bars so nonetheless the ending we are given is still a happy one. [Reunited Worlds] In this drama our male lead Haesung is given a second chance to live and appears before his family and Jungwon, the girl he loves once again however, he's still stuck in his teenage body while everyone else has aged 12 years. Thoroughout the drama we slowly realize that Haesung is disappearing again but he's brought his estranged family back together again. Though we lost our male lead again we can rest assured that his family and Jungwon are in good hands now. See my last K-drama recommendations below: It's Okay to Not Be Okay Extracurricular Memorist & Arthdal Chronicles Rugal & 365: Repeat the Year The World of the Married & Find Me in Your Memory The King: Eternal Monarch & My Holo Love - What I'm Currently Watching: 365: Repeat the Year (Completed Tonight) [My Rating - 9.5/10] Find Me in Your Memory 6/32 [My Rating - 9/10] It's Okay to Not Be Okay 4/16 [My Rating - 10/10] U-Prince: The Badly Politics 3/4 [My Rating - 9/10] (Thai Drama) - Friend Me On MyDramaList Here: Halsyeon - Asian Drama/Movie Taglist: @KendraReeve @travelloveskin @MelissaGarza @KpopIsPleasing @LostMage @2ilVer @LinnyOk @rocklvr @VeronicaArtino @Just2BLoved @Kyla05 If you'd like to be tagged in any of my Asian drama/actor stuff please let me know!
Top 5 Kdrama Actors And Actresses That Need To Come Back To Dramas
I'm pretty satisfied with the current dramascape, in terms of my biases taking on dramas left and right (Yoon Eun Hye doing I Miss You, Park Shi Hoo coming out with Cheongdamdong Alice, which is going to be terrible but lets delusion ourselves here for a moment) But a ton of my beloved actors and actresses have been missing in action, some for years, others for months and their absence has been equally upsetting to me. Here is my list of actors and actresses that need a comeback, in order of priority: Actors - 1) Jung Il Woo - I know that Moon That Embraces the Sun is quite recent but I last seen him in Flower Boy Ramyun Shop and it was the drama that made me fall in love with him. His acting can be a little too much but he is such delicious eye candy; he needs to do another comedy so I can be simultaneously smitten and entertained by him. 2) Lee Min Ki - I've only watched Dal Ja's Spring and Shut Up Flower Boy Band with him but this guy is a powerhouse both in acting and looks. It's a shame that it's been years since he starred in a drama. At this point, I don't have much hope left for his comeback, do you? 3) Lee Dong Wook - his last drama (Wild Romance) is comparably recent although it does feel like it's been a long time ago. I haven't managed to get into that drama so it's been a LDW drought for me since Scent of a Woman. Earnestly waiting and hoping for another project from him! 4) Hyun Bin - he is been in the army in the last two years leaving a huge void in the kdrama industry that no one has managed to fill. Can he announce his new project like next week? 5) Seo In Guk - yes, I know his recent drama is really really recent (Answer Me 1997, just this summer) but I already want this guy back on my screen! Besides, his costar Eun Ji has moved on to a new drama and he should too. Update: ohh, apparently Seo In Guk is in a drama right now! It's a weekend/family drama called Rascal Sons. How did it fly under my radar! Actresses - 1) Han Hyo Joo - she is a big bias of mine ever since Spring Waltz and Brilliant Legacy. She has been doing a lot of movies but nothing on the kdrama front. Again, at this point I've lost hope that she will ever come back to dramas. 2) Ha Ji Won - loved, loved her performance in King2hearts and since I have no problems with typecasting nothing will make me more happy than to see her comeback with another badass and awesome role. 3) Yoo In Na - she has totally won me over with her performance in Queen In Huyn's Man and I'm really looking forward to seeing her adorable smile back on screen. 4) Kim Sun Ah - her latest project I Do, I Do is also quite recent but there can never be too much Kim Sun Ah, ever! I feel her range of characters becomes more limiting as she gets older but I'm always amazed at how well she delivers in every single role she takes on. 5) Seo Ye Jin - I've only seen her in Personal Taste but I really enjoyed her acting in that drama. She's been doing movies it seems, but no one cares about those, so she better do another drama! Honorable mention goes to Jang Geun Suk who I miss dearly but who is going through some crazy phase making bizarre MVs in Japan and clubbing and I give him permission to enjoy himself before he comes back to dramas. For the actresses, honorable mention goes out to Suzy who needs another main lead role! (so we can all forget the horror that was Big) Did I miss anyone important? Who do you want to see make a comeback?
It's Okay to Not Be Okay - K-Drama Recommendation
Main Cast: Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, Oh Jung Se, Park Kyu Young Episodes: 16 (1 Hour Episodes) - Currently Airing (On Netflix) Rating: 15+ Genre: Psychological, Comedy, Romance, Drama, Medical, Melodrama, Fantasy Other Major Genre Tags: Mental Health, Psychiatry, Bromance, Mental Illness Synopsis: The story of a community health worker at a psychiatric ward who lives on 1.8 million won (approximately $1,520) a month and a storybook writer suffering from an antisocial personality disorder. A man who denies love and a woman who doesn’t know love defy fate and fall in love, finding their souls and identities in the process. Moon Kang Tae is a community health worker at a psychiatric ward who was blessed with everything including a great body, smarts, ability to sympathize with others, patience, ability to react quickly, stamina, and more. Meanwhile, Ko Moon Young is a popular writer of children’s literature, but she is extremely selfish, arrogant, and rude. (Source: Soompi & Koreandrama/org) My Thoughts: I really like Seo Yeji's character, I haven't seen a character like her's AT ALL in a K-drama. To see someone of her caliber is kind of refreshing. She's weird, she's crazy, she legit keeps you on your toes. Plus god do I LOVE her style. Also I love how crazy she is for Kim Soohyun's character already. I also love how they are portraying mental illness because I feel like it's not often represented in dramas! See my last K-drama recommendations below: Extracurricular Memorist & Arthdal Chronicles Rugal & 365: Repeat the Year The World of the Married & Find Me in Your Memory The King: Eternal Monarch & My Holo Love - What I'm Currently Watching: 365: Repeat the Year 8/24 Extracurricular (Finished a while back) Find Me in Your Memory 6/32 It's Okay to Not Be Okay 2/16 U-Prince: The Badly Politics 3/4 - Friend Me On MyDramaList Here: Halsyeon - Asian Drama/Movie Taglist: @KendraReeve @travelloveskin @MelissaGarza @KpopIsPleasing @LostMage @2ilVer @LinnyOk @rocklvr @VeronicaArtino @Just2BLoved @Kyla05 If you'd like to be tagged in any of my Asian drama/actor stuff please let me know!
If BTS Were in Boys Over Flowers
Now, I think there are a lot of things wrong with the plot of BoF (mainly the boys treat Jan-di like crap) but its still funto imagine it as a less problematic drama. Here's who I'd cast! Gu Jun Pyo - Suga The leader of the F4 and heir to the Shinhwa Group, one of the biggest companies in South Korea. He is hot-tempered and believes that there is nothing that money can't buy. Though he's unable to express his feelings, deep down, he has a heart of gold. He torments Jan-di after she stands up to his bullying ways, but ends up falling in love with her and will do anything to protect her. Yoon Ji Hoo - V A member of the F4 and the grandson of a former president of Korea. He has a driving phobia after being involved in a car accident that killed his parents and left him the only survivor. He is initially in love with his childhood friend Seo-hyun, who helped him overcome his social anxiety. Calm and gentle, his musical talent catches Jan-di's attention and she begins to develop feelings for him. So Yi Jung - Jungkook A member of the F4 and a skilled potter. His family owns the country's biggest art museum. After losing his first love to his brother, he becomes a Casanova. He eventually changes his playboy ways when he realizes that he likes Ga-eul. Song Woo Bin A member of the F4, his family runs the country's largest construction company, which Woo-bin later admits has strong connections to organized crime. However, he has excellent business sense and is very charismatic. He's a super nice guy that happens to be a gangster lol and of course RM, Jin, and Jimin are the dad, mom, and little brother :) How would you cast BOF?
bestest korean kisses
finally, i could post this video at last... you don't know how many times i've tried uploading this on youtube and failed.. i've made this vid one whole day... editing, trimming, looking up the story summaries... gave me a big headache but it didn't stop me from finishing this. i've accumulated kiss vids that to me has an awesome kiss and i came up with this one... @neaa...from 19:29 minutes, i've cut it down to 14:42, so it won't exceed the 15 min.. default for uploading on youtube, this is for you...lol here are the details:(d for drama/m for movie) the best of the best korean kisses... 1. goong yoo and yoon eun hae (coffee prince) d 2. joo ji hoon and yoon eun hae (goong) d 3. joo ji hoon and shin min ah (the naked kitchen) m 4. bi rain and shin min ah (a love to kill) d 5. bi rain and im so jung (i'm a cyborg but that's okay) m 6. goong yoo and kim sun ah (she's on duty) m 7. bae yong jun and son hye jin (april snow) m 8. song seung hun and kim tae hee (my princess) d 9. lee min ho and son hye jin (personal taste) d 10. lee min ho and park min young (city hunter) d 11. park si hoo and kim so yeon (prosecutor princess) d 12. park si hoo and kim nam joo (queen of reversal) d 13. jung il woo and lee chung ah (flower boy ramyun shop) d 14. jang geun suk and yoona (love rain) d 15. jang geun suk and moon geun young (mary stayed out all night) d 16. song joong ki and moon chae won (nice guy/innocent man) d 17. song joong ki and lee seong min (five senses of eros) m 18. ji hyun woo and yoo in na (queen in hyun's man) d 19. jung yoo mi and lee jin wook (i need romance 2) d -neaa reminded me of reply 1997's kiss on the stairs.. forgot about that.. that was great too.. -and i've included jang geun suk's kisses here with yoona and moon geun young coz i think that he is such a great kisser, it's just so sad that he wasn't given a leading lady that matches his kissing prowess...^^