Jeon Ji-hyeon, Lee Seo-jin and Taecyeon's outdoor photo shoot
Actress Jeon Ji-hyeon, actor Lee Seo-jin and 2PM Taecyeon revealed their outdoor styles. They mod,...More
As the boy band 2PM gets ready to release a new album on Sept. 15 and a world tour early next month, their agency, JYP Entertainment, revealed posters and the official title of the upcoming concerts through its website yesterday.
The tour, which will kick off on Oct. 3 at Jamsil Sports Complex in Songpa District, southern Seoul, will be titled "Go Crazy", referring to the "crazily upbeat" performances that the boys will present to international fans, according to the agency...More
Well, apparently the whole thing with the fire ghosts was just an elaborate excuse to have the characters do a fight and rescue in the fire. This episode Sadam is right to using a whole new weapon- ghost assassinations. No, not like before, when he had a ghost kill someone. No, now he's having ghosts or spirits possess people, making them kill other people, making more ghosts, which go in a jar for some reason I'm not even going to bother trying to suss out.
I'd like to care about this, I really would. The problem is even our actual main characters don't seem to be particularly interested in what Sadam's doing...More
The main focus this time is on Sang-hyo's love life, as every other plot point takes a backseat. For a drama that's mostly interesting from an intellectual perspective, this is not a good thing. I can understand why her relationship with Hae-yeong didn't work out, and how it was in a weird place, but that only makes the way everybody acts nostalgic about it here all the more perplexing. There wasn't really that much to be nostalgic about.
This might be a silly thing to admit, I know, but I was actually kind of hoping this drama would show us more of the ins and outs of actual wedding planning. There's been lots of murderous scheming and screwball chases over alleged romantic liasons, even plenty of discussion about the way hotels can be affected by bad public relations...More
Misunderstandings work themselves out in this episode of "Fated to Love You". All that is left is raw emotion and the core issues that spawned the misunderstandings. It's time for everyone for everyone to come to terms with Geon's inherited disease and what that disease has done to his family.
With a little help from her friends, Mi-young has learned of Geon's illness and why he pushed her away...More
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