Kim Ha Neul says, The four actors of A Gentlemans Dignity are just like their characters

Kim Ha Neul says, The four actors of A Gentlemans Dignity are just like their characters

Kim Ha Neul says, The four actors of A Gentlemans Dignity are just like their characters Actress Kim Ha Neul recently said the four actors of A Gentlemans Dignity, Jang Dong Gun, Lee Jong Hyuk, Kim Soo Ro, and Kim Min Jong, are just like their characters in the series.

In the episode of SBS TVs Healing Camp, Arent You Happy?, which aired on September 10, Kim made a guest appearance and said, The four actors I worked with in the drama series A Gentlemans Dignity are just like their characters in the series.

Kim said, Kim Soo Ro makes the atmosphere of the set cheerful and pleasant by saying hello to everyone in a loud voice, and Kim Min Jong is really quiet and kind. Jang Dong Gun teased me a lot, and Lee Jong Hyuk often asked how his hair was. Hes really funny.

Kim also talked about her first impression of Jang.

Source: Starnews

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A Gentlemans Dignity records the highest viewer rating again

A Gentlemans Dignity records the highest viewer rating again

A Gentlemans Dignity records the highest viewer rating again SBS TVs A Gentlemans Dignity recorded the highest viewer rating again.

On July 15, AGB Nielsen Media Research reported that the July 14 episode of A Gentlemans Dignity recorded a viewer rating of 23.5%.

This is 1.9% higher than that of the July 8 episode, which was 21.6%, and also higher than the July 7 episode, which was 22.0%.

In the July 14 episode, its revealed that Do Jin (played by Jang Dong Gun) is a father of Collin (played by CN Blues Lee Jong Hyun). Hearing about this, Yi Soo (played by Kim Ha Neul) gets hurt, increasing viewers curiosity about the romance between Do Jin and Yi Soo.

MBC TVs Doctor Jin recorded a viewer rating of 12.1%.

Source: Starnews

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Jang Dong Gun and Kim Ha Neul are now in love on A Gentlemans Dignity

Jang Dong Gun and Kim Ha Neul are now in love on A Gentlemans Dignity

Jang Dong Gun and Kim Ha Neul are now in love on A Gentlemans Dignity The viewer rating of SBS TVs A Gentlemans Dignity increased as Jang Dong Gun and Kim Ha Neul started dating.

On July 8, AGB Nielsen Media Research reported the episode of A Gentlemans Dignity that aired on July 7 recorded a viewer rating of 22.0%. Its 1.7% more than the episode aired on July 1, which was 20.3%. Its also the same as its highest viewer rating recorded on June 30.

This rating is especially attracting attention because the viewer rating of the drama series My Husband Got a Family, which is airing at the same time, declined drastically. The episode of My Husband Got a Family aired on July 7 recorded a viewer rating of 31.2%. Its 6.5% lower than the episode aired on July 1, which was 36.7%.

Considering the fact that the weather was nice on that day, the viewers of A Gentlemans Dignity stayed at home more than those of My Husband Got a Family.

In the episode of A Gentlemans Dignity that aired on July 7, a story after Jang proposed to Kim was shown. Kims family history was revealed and Jang and Kim started dating.

MBC TVs Doctor Jin recorded a viewer rating of 12.8%.

Source: Starnews

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CN Blues Jung Yong Hwa makes a cameo appearance on A Gentlemans Dignity

CN Blues Jung Yong Hwa makes a cameo appearance on A Gentlemans Dignity

CN Blues Jung Yong Hwa makes a cameo appearance on A Gentlemans Dignity CN Blues Jung Yong Hwa will make a cameo appearance in the drama series A Gentlemans Dignity.

On July 4, a person concerned with SBS TVs drama series A Gentlemans Dignity reported, Jung Yong Hwa will make a cameo appearance in an episode of A Gentlemans Dignity.

Another person concerned with the series said, Because Lee Jong Hyun and Jung Yong Hwa are members of the same group, Jung Yong Hwa kindly decided to make a cameo appearance on A Gentlemans Dignity.

On July 1, there were many people tweeting and retweeting, Jung Yong Hwa is shooting an episode of A Gentlemans Dignity from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. on July 3 in Apgujeong.

In the series, Lee is playing the role of Collin, a son of Kim Eun Hee (played by Park Joo Mi), Kim Do Jin (played by Jang Dong Gun), Choi Yoon (played by Kim Min Jong), Im Tae San (played by Kim Soo Ro), and Lee Jung Rok (played by Lee Jong Hyuk)s first love. Hes also teamed with Im Meari (played by Yoo Jin Yi) in the series.

Because Jung did a great job in such drama series as Youre Beautiful and Youve Fallen for Me, many people are looking forward to his cameo appearance in the series A Gentlemans Dignity.

Source: TV Report

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A Gentlemans Dignity records the highest viewing rate

A Gentlemans Dignity records the highest viewing rate

A Gentlemans Dignity records the highest viewing rate SBS TVs drama series A Gentlemans Dignity recorded the highest viewing rate and ranked first.

According to AGB Nielsen Media Research on June 24, the episode of A Gentlemans Dignity aired on June 23 recorded the viewer ratings of 18.6%. Its 2% higher than that of the last episode, which was 16.6%.

The viewing rate is also the highest for itself, breaking the record of the one aired on June 17, which was 17.1%.

In the most recent episode, Yi Soo (played by Kim Ha Neul) realized that she was in love with Do Jin (played by Jang Dong Gun). However, she just cried because it was after she hurt him so much. Yi Soo struggled to apologize to Do Jin, but he only acted like he didnt know her.

MBC TVs Doctor Jin recorded the viewer ratings of 13.1%, and KBS 2TVs Talk Show Do Dream recorded 5.3%.

Source: Starnews

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Week in Review, 7/16 to 7/22

Week in Review, 7/16 to 7/22

20160722_seoulbeats_9_musesWeek in Review, 7/16 to 7/22Written by way of Chelsea On July 22, 201620140916_seoulbeats_gonghyojin_leejinwook1Hello, and welcome back to any other edition of SB Week in Review! Heres all of the news you might have missed:

Serious News Actor Lee Min-ki used to beprinted to had been charged with sexual attackfinal February. Regardless that the fees were dropped, and he turned into deemed innocent, the revelation payment him his role in upcoming drama Tomorrow With You.Unfortunately, the sexual assault news doesnt finish there. Actor Lee Jin-wook has also been accused of sexual assault. Whilst acknowledging that a sexual come across took place, his agency denied the rates of assault. Theyve also filed a counter suit opposed to the accuser. Meanwhile, a go back and forth ban was placed on the actor for the duration of the investigation.Kim Hyun Joong and Leave out Choi continue to combat it out in court. This week a member of his fan club was pulled into the combination afterward her testimony got herebeneathquery of perjury. It never ends.Former Trax member, Noh Min-woo lost his felonystruggle alongside SM Entertainment. After leaving the Trax, Noh was still contracted with SM for an further seventeen years. He claimed that, all over that time, the corporate made little effort to advertise him and obstructed his activities.Talking of SM contract battles, former Exo individuals Luhan and Kris finally reached a agreement with SM Entertainment relating to their petitions for contract termination. The 2 artists will remain legally under contract with SM till 2022. That doesnt mean Exo12 will be back anytime soon, it justmanner the two artists will need toproportion their profits in China with the corporateunless their contracts expire. What are your mindin this solution?

Debuts Comebacks 20160721_seoulbeats_stellar_cryingFT Island held not anything back in Take Me Now.Show Me the Moneys Microdot released Wave featuring Vixxs Ravi and Lil Boi.Hello Venus is the newestladyworkforce to hit the coastline for their summer comeback. Take a glance at the MV for Paradise.Keeping with the summer theme, Stellar were given a little wild (and violent) in Crying. Are revenge ladycommunity MVs the fad this summer?Super Juniors Zhoumi attempted to rating roughly digits in his 2d solo unencumber with Whats Your Number?Former Exo member, Tao battled himself in his newest MV for Black White.Beatwin returned with Your Girl.Heize and Dean teamed up once back for And July.Gavy NJs current MV stars Madtowns Jota.Jay Park is keeping the releases coming this summer. This week he unveiled All I Wanna Do featuring  Lilly Mae Mac.Miss As Fei debuted as a soloist this week. Theres truly no question in my brain why her unmarried is titled Fantasy, yetpossiblyrainy dream would have been more accurate.Our SM Station tune of the week is f(x)s All Mine, directed by Amber! I bet this release confirms that we truly shouldnt be expectinga set comeback this year. Teasers Announcements Former Kara member, Han Seung-yeon plans to release her first solo track I'm Her on July 25.Star King will come to an end after a a hit nine year run.Hyuna will make her first comeback following 4 Minutes marvel disbandment last month. We can expect her track on August 1, and we too canpredict a solo fact series to document her return.20151125_seoulbeats_bts_sugaBTSs Suga will drop his first combine tape in August.Are you able for the 9 Muses subunit on August 4?Show Me the Money (and No Mercy) rapper Gun will debut next week with a virtual single. Last years winner, Basik, could also be expected to pass back in August.Loen Entertainment plans to debut five Produce 101 contestants (Han Hyeri, Lee Soo Hyun, Kim So Hee, Yoon Chae Kyung, and Lee Hae In) in a temporary project girl group, I.B.I.Tablos label HIGHGRND will put out the digital single Beside Me on July 26. The track capabilities Code Kunst, Yang Dong-geun, Suran and BewhY (SMTM 5 winner). Other News After Schools Lizzy visited the contested territory of Dokdo this week for a friendly exposure stunt, entire with some patriotic Instagram posts. As expected, Japfanatics did no longer react positively.Oh My Girl came under hearth this week for their cultural appropriation for the duration of a fan assembly for Windy Day. With the center Eastern-inspired instrumentals in their latest track, fans categorisedthe crowd Curry-dols. Running with the hot nickname, Oh My Girl then carried outa canopy of Norazos Curry a track loaded with offensive stereotypes for their fans.Seungri released an apology for sound asleep with his feet up on a educate in China.NCTs Taeyong also gave a tearful apology for his habit back in center school. This isnt the primary fourth dimension hes apologized for the incident, either.A Produce 101 director raised some eyebrows when he likened the survival show to healthy porn for male viewers. While what hes announcingisn'tprecisely a new idea or fashion in media, the casualness with which he referred to the commodification of young feminine bodies for uncle fans excitement is more than a little disturbing. Being fair to either genders, he also clarified that his reasoning at the back of Boys 24 was to give porn for women, too. Mnet temporarily came out with an apology for the inappropriate choice of words.

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Drama Review 'Wanted' Episode 9

Drama Review 'Wanted' Episode 9

Crisis hits the"Wanted"production when Ha Dong-min's legal professional and a member in their own workforce are abductedvia copycat criminals from the program's fan club. Episode nine takes a step back from Hyeon-woo's case to observethe results of the kind offact show, yet the kidnapper's habitthroughout this scenario acts as an extra clue in the investigation for their identity. The time to determine Ha Dong-min and Kim Woo-jin's connection to all of this approaches.

Bo-yeon's (Hyosung) kidnapping and the next halting of all show-related activities serve as a just right marker of the drama's midpoint. Except its phase in the major plot, which I may bein a position to go to in a bit, this crisis lets in the author to in shorttake onthe truth show's societal influence. I in finding the episode's use of its 3 fan club criminals very insightful, as it subverts the uneducated stereotype of a troubled adolescence automatically being a deranged crook in the making.

Advertisement A massive number of the darkness in this global hides in ordinary, well-adjusted adults and making an attemptto disclaim this frightful reality by othering criminals is most effectiveadverse to our society. In spite of the wise handling of this actual part, the impression of media is an issue too advancedfor a fast peek and hence the episode's manner feels lacking. The similar applies to the sensationalistic presentation of youngsters reenacting the show. The subject is oversimplified and there isn't any mention of parenting or society's role.

Coming back to the major story, Bo-yeon's case throws Hyeon-woo's (Park Min-soo) true kidnapper off and this finds that they aren't willing to sacrifice an blamelessuser and imaginable acquaintance. Detective Park Yeong-sik (Ji Hyeon-joon) suspects Dong-wook (Eom Tae-woong) and given we still have no ideathe rest approximately his beyond with Hye-in (Kim Ah-joong), he's a possibility. Yeong-gwan's (Sin Jae-ha) menacing reaction to the copycat criminals could also be suspicious to me, because a member of the police also is a possibility.

I prior to now expressed interest about one of the mostreputedly unrelated undertaking subjects. I thought Ha Dong-min's (Son Jong-hak) element ended when he failed to disclose Hye-in's secret, but his newly printed lawyer friend and perhaps he himself are immediatelyhooked up to the murders. ActorSong Yeong-gyooenters the series as a new character, but his feature voice betrays him as the only Jo Nam-cheol (Park Sang-wuk) spoke to at thetelephone before being arrested.

Now that this connection is made, I sit up for the revelation of Kim Woo-jin's (Jeong Wook-I) role in this, because he is obviouslynow not a random abusive husband. I'm hoping nosotros get to understand Dong-wook more now, but I wonder about the fate of the actuality show. If I will also be greedy, I also hope Hye-in will evolve as her morality helps to keep being challenged.

"Wanted"is directed byPark Yong-soon, written byHan Ji-wan-Iand featuresKim Ah-joong,Ji Hyeon-woo,Eom Tae-woongandPark Hae-joon.

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Drama Review 'W' Episode 2

Drama Review 'W' Episode 2

It would seem that on best of her other characteristics Yeon-joo could also be a drama critic. Pass figure. Well, is fairlynearlyeach and every real-life persona in"W"has some form ofrobust opinion about how fictional reportswill have to proceed. And Seong-moo, in conventionalnotedwriter fashion, arrogantly dismisses any perceptionthat there is a "correct" way to write a story. He needs to kill Cheol and by way of golly, he is going to prevailregardless of how manifestly contrived the procedure is.

Seong-moo is the large mystery in"W". Note how he is constantly very apparently blasas to the revelation that his webtoon has one way or the other been drawing itself, and is more aggravated at Yeon-joo's interfering with his tale than he'sshocked that she has this it sounds as if supernatural vitality at all. Seong-moo's curmudgeonly attitude in total is weirdly charming. It isinfrequentto peer fictional authors be presented as such jerks, most commonlyfor the explanation that real-life authors who write those stories try and make those thatproportion their careerappear sympathetic.

As for Yeon-joo, she remains totally bewildered. I love how Yeon-joo helps to keeplooking to think in story common sense in Cheol's internationaleven supposing these are all genuineother folks who she can see and feel. Yeon-joo is having fairlyslightly of issue explaining who she is or why she knows the things that she does. It used to bea reasonablygreat touch how we see that Cheol's world is explicitly primarily based off of the genuine one. Or at least, the portions of it Seong-moo sees on a normal basis.

Advertisement...Or does he? WriterSong Jae-jeongmakes some extent of giving us more questions than answers, and a largea section of the drama's "whaaat?" thing is that the few answers we get just result inan expanding number of elaborate questions. Given Seong-moo's godlike force over the webtoon, it does no longer lookas though Cheol can submit any kind of credible combatopposed to him. Yet come the cliffhanger, this isprecisely what Cheol has done, via a remaining line that is even more ominous than it looks.

Consider, for example, the more than onetechniques Cheol's ideataskmay also be interpreted. Is he regarding Yeon-joo? Seong-moo? The fictitious killer? The fictional audience? The real-life audience? The real-life production team? Cheol is for sure suspicious about his state of affairs in lifestyles in ways that go beyond the datawe mightbe expecting him to have as the protagonist of an insignificant genre thriller. How much he actually suspects is, as of yet, unknown.

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Drama Review 'Uncontrollably Fond' Episode 5

Drama Review 'Uncontrollably Fond' Episode 5

The somber note that sounded all overfinal week's episodes of"Uncontrollably Fond"was little noticed in episode 5. Simplest alongside Ji-tae, secret chaebol and Daddy Longlegs extraordinaire, did the angst verge momentarily above the surface. What rose to the skin nosotros the re-kindled pastime between Joon-yeong and No Eul and the heavy luggage of dating in the limelight.

What struck me maximum about the episode used to be how standard Joon-yeong seemed and how difficult he worked to deal with that guise. He is goingvia his day as even thoughsickness did now not lurk menacingly waiting to pitch him into throes of painful agony and drag him closer to death. Nobody yet knows of his disease and treats him as they in most cases would, which is a section ofthe explanation he helps to keep it secret. That secret keeping is costing him a courting with his very cussed and nasty mother. She has became on him because his guilt reason him to turn his back on turning into a prosecutor. I doubt she'd behave in the similar fashion if she knew he walked the trail to death's door. The relationship between this mom and son pair is wearying. Her stubbornness is uncalled for.

AdvertisementJi-tae's mother turned intoapparentlylight and unaware. This episode her moodsupplies away the reality that she knows more than she we could on. Yet what? I guesswe will see. The shattered glassware that she flung from the coffee table has to intend something. Circle of relatives is advanced every bit it will have to exist in a melodrama of the Korean variety. No Eul and her brother No Jik are close and mutually concern for every Other. In some way No Jik is more mature than his sister, caution her opposed to falling for Joon-yeong when spending time with the popular, handsome, wealthy star. We see them fuss, and also act adorably againsteach one other, which is what I used to be waiting for. Either one ofthe ones behaviors suggesta robusthousehold unit. In contrast, Ji-tae and his obsessive sister Ha-ru love every other, but are notrelatively as friendly or open.

A few bones thrown to the audience were more shirtlessKim Woo-binand a longerfunctionality of his singing. His baritone voice is rathergreat and full. Along side those we get a massive number of push and pull between the key couple, light misunderstandings between a trio of primary leads, and a long term that promises a lot more than mild misunderstanding.

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Drama Review 'W' Episode 1

Drama Review 'W' Episode 1

Cheol (played byLee Jong-suk) is an Olympic point marksman who is framed for a terrible crime, wallowing away in depressionsooner thanafter allturning intomade up our minds to discoverthe actual perpetrator. Cheol may be a fictional persona in a webtoon by potential of Seong-moo (played byKim Ee-seong), who also is the father of Yeon-joo (played byHan Hyo-joo), an ineptphysician who juggles clinicaleveryday jobs amongst an active social role every bit the daughter of a noted webtoon artist. Subjects have a turn for the unusual when Yeon-joo is left by myself with a manuscript that looks to clumsily kill Cheol off.

On one end"W"is a perilous straight-faced high-concept wrongly accused guy storyline. There isn't anygenuine sense of self-parody in the scenes that take position in Cheol's world. It ispreciselythe similarroughly plot that may feature in either a daylight hours revenge melodrama or a high-concept adult comedian book. Incidentally, till watching"W"I had now notspotted how much the ones two genres shared in common, taking into consideration how they are aimed at two totallyother audiences.

That form of irony is the maximum important humor that pervades"W". Yeon-joo is totally bewildered by the turn of occasions and just type of stands within sight with a dumb incredulous glance on her face. When Yeon-joo is forced to solve a medical emergency the usage of a trope this iscommonplace in fiction yet glaringly ridiculous to a real-life doctor, she resists excepteventuallysimplest reluctantly following the genre convention.

AdvertisementCheol's reaction to having an individual from the"Real"world input his own proves to be similarly telling- or not it'snearlyspiritual in tone, and for just right reason. From Cheol's perspective, Seong-moo is God. From our standpoint Seong-moo is also the individualanswerable for Cheol's horrible position in existence because he isthe user who murdered Cheol's family...by writing a tale about it. And if the appearance on Seong-moo's face when drawing the decisive panel is any indication, Seong-moo is set out of patience with Cheol too.

If not anything else, the plot is for sure madcap and innovative. As of yet I will not tell whether the tale in"W"is genius or simply creativity disguised as genius. Yet if nothing else, it certainly looks cool. Take a glance at the midnight cinematography, the pitter-patter of tough rain, or the seamless transitions between are living action scene and webtoon comic panels. DirectorJeong Dae-yoonhas indeed made the primary episode look fashionable enough-let's see if he can stay IT up.

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