Jang Hyeok, "Jang Nara is still the same 20-year old girl"
Actor Jang Hyeok said, "The Jang Nara I met for the first time 12 years ago, is still the same gir,...More
Chinese are loving the latest MBC drama: An interview with Jang Hyeok
The MBC drama "Fated to Love You" (2014), which aired its final episode in Korea just two weeks ag,...More
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Sadam doesn't make much of an appearance here as "The Night Watchman's Journal" seems to be running an experiment to see how long this drama can move on without any kind of flashy actual villainous interference. It figures, really. Before it was all, let's kill people at random and start fires with magical ghost fires, but now that there's actually someone around paying attention to that stuff the action is mostly restricted to giant ghost congregations and passive combat.
The trouble is giant ghost congregations aren't really an action so much as they are just this thing that kind of exists, and it's hard to be all that impressed by something that pretty much just amounts to the casting director finding lots of extras, dressing them up in Joseon era clothing, and then have them all stand around looking at stuff...More
We finally see Seng-gyom demonstrate some clear emotion here. Whether this is because of love or the whole murder thing's just getting totally out of control is hard to tell. That's part of the trouble with "My Secret Hotel" having, by design, such strong tonal whiplash. Whether or not this is all intentional is more difficult to say. Jumping between honeymoons and murder investigations doesn't exactly leave much middle ground for consideration of what just happened.
Part of the trouble, I think, is Soo-ah. When she ran off with the chauffeur I was fully expecting that it would be several episodes before we saw her again, if ever. Her entire relationship with Hae-yeong has been exposed as being, on multiple levels, an elaborate farce...More
The photo shows her desperately looking for someone while talking to someone on the phone, then suddenly her face shows disappointment...More
The follow up to "My Sassy Girl" will be cranking it up in Busan at the end of September.
Cha Tae-hyeon and Jeon Ji-hyeon's "My Sassy Girl" not only made a big hit in Korea, but in Japan, China and other South East Asian countries as well, which is now bringing out the "Sassy Girl Syndrome". The second version of the movie stars Cha Tae-hyeon as Gun-woo as usual and f(x) Victoria as the 'Sassy Girl'...More
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