Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap

Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap

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Details Love Rain Episode 3 Recap Title: 사랑비 / Sa-rang-bi Love Rain Episode 3 Also known as: Love Rides the Rain / Love Rain Genre: Romance, Melodrama Episodes: 24 Broadcast network: KBS2 Broadcast period: 2012-March-?? to TBA Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55 Production Company: Yoon’s Color Director: Yoon Suk Ho Screenwriter: Oh Soo Yun Synopsis Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap Love Rain Episode3 Screenshot Recap “Love Rain” depicts a 1970′s pure love and a love from the presentday at the same time. It shows how the offsprings of a previousill-fated couple, who met in the 1970s, managed to meet and fall inlove. Seo In Ha and Kim Yoon Hee, a art student and a shy beauty, metand fell in love with each other during college in the 1970s butunfortunately their love was fated to never be. Now in the present 21stcentury Korea, Seo In Ha’s son, Seo Joon (a liberal photographer) meetsand falls in with the daughter of Kim Yoon Hee, Kim Ha Na, a cheerfuland energetic girl who’s personality is different from her mother’s.Will their love for each other keep them together or will they have toface the same fate as their parents?

Spring, Sentience, and Sorority in Davichi’s “Hug”

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Spring, Sentience, and Sorority in Davichi’s “Hug”

Spring, Sentience, and Sorority in Davichi’s “Hug” Written by Irteqa On February 1, 2015

One thing utterly unique about Davichi is the fact that both songstresses, Hae-ri and Min-kyung, emit an outstanding warmth in unity with one another. One does not vocally exceed the other, the other does not surpass the one with her beauty. They are one voice, one artist, one “shining light”, inhabiting musicality and creating nostalgia. This solitary splendor is heightened in the duo’s latest mini-album, Hug. What is more epitomizing of unity than a sweet and sisterly hug? . ... Read more

[Spoiler] "Rosy Lovers" Park Sang-won announces breakup to Lee Mi-sook

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[Spoiler] "Rosy Lovers" Park Sang-won announces breakup to Lee Mi-sook

On the 32nd episode of MBC weekend drama, “Rosy Lovers“, Lee Yeong-gook (Park Sang-won) met Jeong Si-nae (Lee Mi-sook) and told her, “I don”t think I will be able to keep the promise with you. So please don”t wait for me”. . ... Read more

Culture Day program set to expand

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Culture Day program set to expand

President Park Geun-hye examines a painting from the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) at an exhibition June 25 at the Dongdaemun Design Plaza in Seoul. Her visit was to promote the government-led Culture Day program. [Blue House Press Corps] . ... Read more

Joseon sites discovered in Jongno

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Joseon sites discovered in Jongno

At the site behind Jonggak Tower in Jongno, central Seoul, archaeologists found alleyways and building sites formed between the early part of the Joseon Dynasty and Japan”s colonial period (1910-45). Provided by the Cultural Heritage Administration . ... Read more

We Got Married: Two-Timing TV and Life

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We Got Married: Two-Timing TV and Life

We Got Married: Two-Timing TV and Life Written by Joyce On February 1, 2015

Seven years on, and We Got Married is still ongoing; blurring the lines between television and real-life, and igniting fans’ delusions. So far, it seems that WGM can’t go long without some sort of shocking scandal threatening to derail the fantasy the show plants in the fans’ minds. . ... Read more