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Jang Nara, red dress at Hong Kong awards 2011/03/22, Source Jang Nara is promotional ambassador for the first Rainbow Drama Awards in Hong Kong that was held on the 22nd.
She wore a red dress this day and said at the opening, "Although the level of it is different, many places all over the world is suffering from disasters. Especially in China and Japan where many people have lost lives and homes, I am truly heart broken. I hope they overcome their sorrows and stand up once again".,...More
Han Hye-jin: 'I Challenged Myself Desperately' 2011/02/08, Source
Actress Han Hye-jin will play the protagonist named Suh Jung Eun in the KBS drama "The Thorn Birds".
The MBC TV drama "Jumong", in which Han appeared by playing the character "So Seo No", finished in March, 2007, but people still remember actress Han Hye-jin (30) as "So Seo No". She could not escape the character for the past four years. After the "Jumong", she appeared in dramas such as "Terroir" and "Jejoongwon" and the movie "No Mercy", but those works were not successful enough to remove her previous image from the "Jumong", which had recorded 51.9 percent viewer ratings. But this time, she said that she felt like having a perfectly good card in her hand,...More
Korean TV Broadcasts in Los Angeles 2011/01/11, Source By Lukas Schwarzacher
With over one million Koreans and Korean Americans in the greater Los Angeles area, you can be assured that Korean television is here, offering news, entertainment and drama.
Television stations in Southern California carry programming from the two main television networks of Korea, KBS (Korean Broadcasting System) and MBS (Munhwa Broadcasting System), as well as Seoul Korea Television (SKTV), Arirang and SBS, each privately owned. Several mission channels in Korean round out the lineup,...More
Han Hye-jin holds first fan meeting in Japan 2010/08/04, Source
Korean actress Han Hye-jin [Namoo Actors]
Korean actress Han Hye-jin held her first fan meeting in Japan last weekend, according to her agency Namoo Actors on Wednesday.
Namoo announced in a press release that Han met with some 700 local fans at the fan meeting, held July 25 at the Ion Cosmetics Theater 'BRAVA' in Osaka, Japan,...More
With his tall figure, handsome looks and easy smile, it seems Ricky Kim has what it takes to become a star. In,...More
"Pasta" makes proud exit from small screen 2010/03/09, Source
Official poster for MBC TV series "Pasta" [MBC]
MBC TV series "Pasta" made a proud exit from the small screen yesterday, scoring the highest ratings the show has ever seen during its 20-episode airing.
According to daily statistics released by research firms TNS Media Korea and AGB Nielsen Media Research, "Pasta" recorded national viewership ratings of 21.5 and 21.2 percent, respectively, for its final episode last night.
The culinary drama, which premiered in Korea on January 4, had started off with ratings around 13 percent and went on to breach the 20 percent mark when KBS2 TV series "Master of Study" ended its run last month.,...More
"Master of Study" most-watched Mon-Tue night show 2010/02/17, Source
Official poster for hit TV series "Master of Study" [KBS2]
KBS2 TV series "Master of Study" has topped the television ratings chart in its time slot this week, according to daily statistics released by research firms TNS Media Korea and AGB Nielsen Media Research.
TNS reported that the Monday and Tuesday evening drama scored national viewership ratings of 24.7 (on Feb. 16) and 21.3 percent, respectively, on each of its episode this week.,...More
Han Hye-jin's Song Picks 2010/01/18, Source
She created a friendly image for herself, playing an energetic, curly-haired young woman in a daily family drama. She then took on the female lead role in a traditional drama, which scored a 50 percent viewership rating. She also experienced failure after appearing in a trendy drama about a professional working woman, which saw low ratings. This is who actress Han Hye-jin is. During a career which could hardly be described as a long one, there are also probably not that many actors who have played such various roles and received such a variety of responses from viewers as Han has. But what makes her so interesting is not just that she has appeared in not-so-easy-to-define dramas in the past. What is important is that she, who has appeared and worked and gone through many experiences, is still working, in the present tense. After SBS drama "Terroir" ended, she took on the role of an intelligent female detective in the film "No Mercy", which recently opened in theaters, and is currently traveling throughout the country to shoot SBS TV series "Jejoongwon". What is even more important is that she who wants to keep working and working.,...More
Actors save lives on set of TV series "Jejoongwon" 2010/01/06, Source SBS TV series "Jejoongwon" is set during the latter era of the Joseon Dynasty -- a time period never before handled in a Korean drama. It also revolves around Jejoongwon which is the first hospital in South Korea's history to use Western medicine. These elements topped with the collaboration of its scenarist Lee Ki-won, writer of MBC's hit medical series "White Tower", and producer Hong Chang-wook, who garnered a strong fanbase through his SBS drama "The Scale of Providence", leaves little space for hasty presumptions. 10Asia visited the set of "Jejoongwon" a week ahead of its premiere to get a closer look and a better understanding of the medical-historical drama.
Actors Sean Richard and Park Yong-woo act out a scene for SBS TV series "Jejoongwon" on set at the broadcaster's studio in Ilsan, Gyeonggi Province of South Korea on December 30, 2009. [Chae Ki-won/10Asia]
A blond man sits at the door of a woman's room. He has an unidentifiable hose-like object stuck in one of his ears. A man sitting next to him says, "A tenth of 30 centimeters down from the neck, then another tenth of 30 centimeters to the left". That is when the woman sitting on the other side of the door starts moving. She places her hand, holding a stethoscope, to the chest of another woman whose jacket is undone. When the woman places the stethoscope to the other woman in accordance with the Korean man's directions, the blond man from the United States gives his diagnose of the patient's presumed illness. This sight where three people -- American and Korean, male and female -- cling to this single lady brought up in a good family, helps us predict what "Jejoongwon" will show its viewers. Such a scene is from times when a married woman from a good family would get beaten up by her husband for reading a book. Yoo Suk-ran (played by Han Hye-jin), who learns English and medicine, plays the friend of such a woman in the drama and will remark, "The King himself said discrimination no longer exists regarding status", although the world has yet to accept freedom of status. The same situation will apply to foreigner Allen (Sean Richard) who has come from the U.S. to spread Western medicine and Hwang Jung (Park Yong-woo) who learns medicine from Allen whilst concealing the he is actually of low status with his occupation as a butcher. That is how "Jejoongwon", through a single scene, portrayed the medicine, the time period and the way people live during such times.,...More
This year's lineup of dramas proved to be interesting. There were young, handsome characters attracting female fans ("Boys over Flowers", KBS), smart housewives took over households and offices (",...More
[PREVIEW] SBS TV series "Jejoongwon" 2009/12/24, Source
From left, SBS TV series "Jejoongwon" main cast Park Yong-woo, Han Hye-jin and Yeon Jeoung-hoon pose during a photo session of a press conference held at the SBS building in Seoul, South Korea on December 23, 2009. [SBS]
SBS Monday & Tuesday TV series "Jejungwon" Scenarist: Lee Ki-won Producer: Hong Chang-wook Cast: Park Yong-woo, Yeon Jung-hoon, Han Hye-jin, etc Premieres January 4, 2010 at 10 P.M.
It seems that SBS TV series "Jejoongwon" should lable itself more as a medical drama rather than a historical drama. And it is not just because its scenarist Lee Ki-won had written MBC's hit medical series "White Tower" or because the story revolves around Jejungwon, South Korea's first hospital which used Western medicine during the latter era of the Joseon Dynasty. A video containing a preview of "Jejoongwon" shown at a press conference held Wednesday, focused most of its story on medicine -- a life-long rivalry exists between Yeon Jung-hoon and Park Yong-woo, who play the role of doctors at Jejungwon in the drama, because of several surgical operations which split their fates while one's mother and the other's father are both in situations where they cannot receive proper medical treatment.,...More
All of the casts are amazing. I do like
the acting of Choi Jong-hwan
(최종환) as King
Gojong and Seo I-sook
(서이숙) as Queen
Myeong Seong the most.
Definitely a must watch drama, I love
medical-related drama, the plot is
really good. The merge of
traditional/classic theme with modern
style is really impressive. I don't
know why the ratings are low?!
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