Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo return to Korea in thick clothing that sparks rumors
According to Chinese news sources, Song Joong-ki and Song Hye-kyo returned from their honeymoon in,...More
[Interview] Park Shin-hye, "Slump? Rest is all you need"
Park Shin-hye has been in the limelight since she was young. She was born in 1990 and starred in t,...More
[Interview] Suzy, "It's not enough, I am a step closer to maturity"
'Suzy' is one of Hallyu's representing beauties. Her innocent and pure image earned her the name ',...More
The goodbye no one is ever quite ready for gets beautiful and heartbreaking first teasers for the short drama remake, "The Most Beautiful Goodbye". The 4-episode series is based on a Noh Hee-kyeong original work about a mother with terminal cancer preparing for the titular goodbye to her family. The story has previously been adapted for television and film...More
"I'm Not a Robot" certainly has a unique appeal and today we get to meet the titular not-a-robot in her synthetic-wannabe form. MBC has released stills of actress Chae Soo-bin in her gynoid form, colored contact lenses and all. Perhaps the scientist's concept is the eventual forming of a girl band.
The heroine is someone who ends up with a part time job pretending to be a robot and her beau is a man with a "human allergy" who falls in love with her...More
Ho-seong (played by Kim Jung-hwa) is Jin-jin's estranged sister, and apparently the artist behind all those pictures for whom Jin-jin has been looking for a source. Ho-seong's character is another case where I've been left wondering, has there ever been any mention that Jin-jin had a sister until literally the moment she appears? Because I certainly can't remember any, which is odd considering that finding her sister is the closest thing Jin-jin has had to ongoing motivation...More
Jeong-min (played by Lee Chung-ah) is Se-hee's ex-girlfriend. She's also Ji-ho's career savior, having taken it upon herself to resolve the unforunate circumstances of Ji-ho's last writing job personally. The sheer goofy elaborateness of this coincidence, along with the obvious feminist undertones, are reminiscent of screenwriter Yoon Nan-joong's previous drama "Hogu's Love"- although I may have been primed to notice this due to the appearance of a couple of easter eggs referencing that work...More
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