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  • [Spoiler] Big: Episode 4 Recap

    2012/06/16, Source
    By: Raine "Big" keeps getting better. I was so emotionally invested in the episode that when it ended, I didn't know what to do with myself, so I watched it again. It has so much soul and I didn't even think about the conventional tropes used until I wrote the recap. Nothing stood out as cheesy. It just flowed. Bravo Hong Sisters. My heart is hanging on the line until next week. Ratings dropped to 7.9% but they don't reflect the awesomness of this episode. (AGB Nielsen National),...More
  • [NewsAfterStory] The key to the start and end hidden in the picture

    2012/06/06, Source
    Why was the angel for "Big" created specially? The Hong Sisters (Hong Jeong-eun and Hong Mi-ran) added anxiety to the drama with an elaborate tool. They are standing in front of the viewers for the first time in a year with KBS 2TV drama "Big". The foreshadow of the end was kept in mind since their very first episode and is adding base to the storyline,...More
  • Gong Yoo's picture for the success of "Big"

    2012/05/31, Source
    Actor Gong Yoo who is coming back for the first time in five years with the drama "Big", wished good luck for the dramas start off,...More

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