The pre-show descriptions, on the other hand, were all over the place. The simplest description might be: Behind-the-scenes footage plus We Got Married, with a drama sandwiched in between. After the Show Ends covers the 26 days of production on Iron Lady, from first meeting to wrap, and comprises eight episodes. Iron Lady also has eight episodes. The actors are given some guidance as to what to do for instance, arrange one-on-one meetings to run lines , but by and large, the interactions are their own, in all their natural awkwardness. Well, and likely some behind-the-behind-the-scenes prodding by producers. To the extent that a show can encourage romance, the producers have come up with their set of rules:
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Hi this a bit late, but I noticed that in the last 2 parts lines-there could be a possible switch up. At some points Jeongguk sounds like Jimin and others, the other way around because they both have some ad libs that are sung over a few lines so during live performances they may switch up.
This entire series has been one giant buildup for their romance. The group reaches their guesthouse in Santorini, which is a really cute cavelike home with beds tucked away in little alcoves. Meanwhile, Seo-jin is out with a VJ looking for a place to park, and it seems to take forever. The landlady comes by with heaters and sort of flirts with Gu halbae, which is really cute. Seo-jin and Ji-woo go to the market to pick up dinner supplies, and Seo-jin picks out a bottle of ouzo and notices when Ji-woo helps pick out a lip balm for one of the VJs.
Suddenly Seo-jin sidles up to her and asks her to pick out a face wash for him. Why are you suddenly so insistent she do this? They stop to buy Chinese food after that, and Seo-jin makes Ji-woo pay, which makes her pout. She totally has it, but worries that it feels unsettling to have to use it. They head back and make a quick kimchi stew to add to the table, then the halbaes gather for their last dinner on the trip, each of them musing that this one really passed by quickly.
I wonder if she wanted to purposely do it, just so she could yell at him. And I swear, he purposely wears the frowniest frown he can, just to be contrary. Gah, sometimes I hate that Seo-jin so fits the stereotype of hot and broody.
Bride of the Century Episode 16 Recap Posted on by ockoala I want to start off my recap for episode 16 of Bride of the Century by giving a heartfelt thanks to the cast, crew, and production team behind this drama. Right off the bat Bride of the Century was off-putting with its silly name and a cast of no known audience lures outside of F. Becoming a drama veteran means losing the element of surprise these days, I write about castings and previews and always have an ear to the ground so rarely does a drama sneak up on me.
Enter Ki Joon, president of a hotel chain and one of Korea‘s wealthiest, most eligible bachelors, whom Ah Jung had previously met and clashed with. A snowball of minor misunderstandings later, the rumor has spread to everyone that Ki Joon and Ah Jung are married.
Following her usual systematic dating rules, Ji-Won fakes a schematic car accident to capture Min-Jun’s attention and successfully approaches him. However, her smooth-sailing dating life finally encounters turbulence. Why in the world is this guy not succumbing to her alluring charm? Ironically enough, Min-Jun is also overwhelmed by the understanding that he has met his match. However, like the veteran players that they are, these two shouldn’t show any signs of weakness in their dating tactics.
Who will emerge victorious and become the last player standing? Swinging singles or commonly known as seducers and seductresses have been in existence for centuries.
Though both of them want nothing to do with their rivalry, the battle seems inevitable, especially with the hint of some growing feelings around them. While thirteen years have passed, our characters still have plenty of growing to do — in acceptance, in compromise, and in love. Their closeness becomes awkward, so they both sit up and Hye-jung suggests that they not engage in physical combat again.
Ji-hong agrees and then asks why, and she responds: She responds well to their orders, so Yoon-do leaves the room with a list of instructions for Kyung-joon.
Apr 19, · I’d say they’re dating. Lee Joon Gi denied dating Jeon Hye Bin as many times as Kang Hanna denied the rumor every time it resurface. Unless they’re relatives, then possibly they’re not dating.
We start off where we left off last episode and Joon and Ha Na are forced to pretend to not know each other when In Ha decides to gather everyone up for a meal. Neither has Joon for this matter. In Ha thinks his son is just being argumentative and tries to get him to stop, but Joon stops him. Yoon Hee stops Joon on the way out and says that she and Ha Na can leave so that he can talk to his dad.
Oh if only knew you just how much that is. Yoon Hee says that the more they tried to forget each other, the most passionate they felt about each other. Ha Na happens to overhear this last little gem and she exchanges glances with Joon right before he turns to leave. Ha Na eventually decides to follow Joon outside and he asks her why she wants to be family after he said that they should be strangers. She ignores the question and thanks him for not being against the marriage. Ha Na says yes, but her face says otherwise.
She then goes back inside and both adults are looking at her. We now see Ha Na and Sun Ho talking on the phone as while taking care of their respective plants.
I decided to create a separate blog post for additional Korean dramas. I thought this list is getting too long and some of you might be having hard time loading the page. Please click here to check the part 2 of this list. I would say I used to hate Romantic Comedy dramas. And then I met my husband, Lee Min Ho. I know they were crap, but some unspecified addictive chemical in them kept me drinking.
A little journalistic accident is shedding light on So Ji Sub and Jooyeon’s dating rumors. A reporter wrote in his exclusive report on Song Seung Hun’s birthday party that both So Ji Sub and Jooyeon had attended. The later version of the article, updated hours later, removed So Ji Sub and Jooyeon without posting a nds of confused readers commented on the article.
Lie to Me Episode 8 Recap Posted on by ockoala Just a word of warning for you guys — for the last 10 minutes of episode 8 of Lie to Me, I just sat there and sobbed. Today we got a major game-changer, and a huge course-correction. As much as I worship their writing and always love to bounce thoughts off them, and I welcome DB-ers who want to come play here, it really hurt me to hear them criticized for that decision. DB is their blog, and the recaps their labor of love.
So try to be thoughtful and considerate of what they do, and chill it over there. When I almost dropped My Princess and 49 Days, I got considerable hate comments, mostly wondering if I have any taste in dramas. I may not have good taste, but no one can dictate my decisions to write about what moves me. Same goes for the ladies at DB.