Yoo Ah-in vs Song Joong-ki, Baeksang Arts Awards unveils list of nominees
The 52nd Baeksang Arts Awards has unveiled a list of their nominees. The 52nd Baeksang Arts Awards,...More
It is in this episode, which came in second at 8.9%, that we really see the seeds of history taking root in our characters. Prince Yeoning, who later becomes one of the most favorably looked upon kings in history, begins his epic, lifelong battle against unfair taxation and the mistreatment of the lower class. Dae-gil, the son of Sukbin's who died according to historical documentation, walks towards a common goal with Prince Yeoning although they're coming from opposite sides of life. They are juxtaposed in this episode and begin a partnership that is fun, although changes are that it will be severed later.
Yeoning battled the unfair distribution of wealth his entire life, so this episode is only the tip of the iceburg...More
Hae-young (played by Seo Hyeon-jin) is an administrative restauranteur with chronically rotten luck who shows neither determination nor despair at her many setbacks in life. Do-kyeong (played by Eric Moon), a sound effect designer for movies. Not a composer, a sound effect designer. His sister Soo-kyeong (played by Ye Ji-won) is Hae-young's boss, and both siblings share the same penchant for cruel behavior to subordinates in the name of getting the job done right...More
If you enjoy murder mysteries, then welcome to some Cluedo-like fun in episode six of "Vampire Detective", as our team tries to solve a death of the past. The incident is personal to Goo-hyeong and this means we finally get to see him act like a human being instead of a womanizing cardboard cutout. Yo-na is still around, but neither San or we know what she wants. She is sadly falling victim to plot stretching, which will hopefully end soon...More
While Lee Sang-yoon and UEE are currently caught up in a hot topic, Lee Seo-jin appeared on the SBS Radio Power FM, "Choi Hwa-jeong's Power Time" and mentioned "Marriage Contract" which he co-starred in with UEE.
Actress Park Joo-mi revealed her ambitions for the being the bad guy in an interview with the May issue of Central Women.
Park Joo-mi takes on the role of Jeong Nan-jeong who bullies Ok-nyeo in the new MBC drama "The Flower in Prison". "The Flower in Prison" is an adventure historical about a genius girl who was born in prison and a mystery character named Yoon Tae-won (Ko Soo)...More
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