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Actress Park So Hyun showed off her never-ending love for MONSTA X!
On JTBC's 'Healing Class', she confessed herself to be the 'original fangirl'. When asked to call the leaders of idol groups, she now nothandiest named them as it will have to beyet also remembered their genuine names and not just their degree names.
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However, when the querybecame to naming all of theindividuals of MONSTA X, she were given flustered - not because she did not know, but because she used to beone of thesegiant fan! She named the complete members of MONSTA X or even described their characteristics, and then when asked the namein theirlatest song, instantly gave the title and began humming it.
When one of the vital MCs cautiously confessed he didn't know the hotteams because they all appearedvery identical to him, Park So Hyun even got annoyed, demanding, "How are you in a position to confuse that more or less visual?"
Check out the lovable interview above!
According to the media outlet Korea Times, Yoo In Na has taken a new role. The 33-year old actress agreed to appear in the MBC drama "One More Happy Ending, which co-stars Jang Nara and Jung Kyung Ho.
"One More Happy Ending" is a drama about divorce and remarriage. Jang Nara plays Han Mi Mo, the head of a dating service that specializes in offering prospective clients a second chance at love and wedded bliss. Most dating agencies focus on finding a first time mate but Han believes people deserve another chance if the first marriage did not work out. Jung Kyung Ho plays a divorced dad with an 11-year-old son.
Yoo will play Baek Da Jong, a former member of a k-pop group and the head of a wedding company. She married at a young age and now that a few years have passed feels bored with her once perfect husband. It is not known whether she and Jang Nara will be friends, frenemies or colleagues.
"One More Happy Ending" begins filming this month and is expected to air in January, following the finale of "Sweet Savage Family."
Yoo In Na can currently be seen in the web drama "Secret Message," which co-stars Big Bang"s T.O.P. and Japanese actress Juri Ueno. Her character welcomes Juri Ueno"s character Haruka to Korea and introduces her to her new home and workplace.
Before her appearance in the web drama, Yoo In Na played Jun Ji Hyun"s childhood-friend-turned-enemy in the alien-human romance "You Who Came From The Stars" and a wedding planner who must stage her ex husband"s wedding in "Secret Hotel."
She also played an actress playing Queen In Hyun in the historical fantasy drama "Queen Inhyun"s Man. In "You"re The Best Lee Soon Shin," the actress played Soon Shin"s outspoken second oldest sister.
In between her drama roles, Yoo hosts the radio show "Yoo In Na"s Pump Up The Volume," which airs Mondays to Sundays. And it"s not just any radio show. "PUmp Up The Volume" is the highest-rated radio program in its timeslot across both AM and FM bandwidths in Seoul, known for its soft music playlist and Yoo"s "My Final Message."
She Was Pretty, Ep. 14-16: A Simple but Sweet Ending Written by Leslie On November 17, 2015 Wow. I made it through an entire rom-com drama with only a few qualms for the first time in quite a long while. She Was Pretty is of course not perfect, but I still consider it quite the success and for more than just the large number of viewers it pulled in due to its immense popularity.
Before I get into the success of the overall drama, I have to talk about the two big revelations in these final episodes. I dont think the revelation that oddball writer Poong-ho (Ahn Se-ha) is actually the editor-in-chiefs nephew is at all deserved. Poong-hos character is vastly underdeveloped and too much of a sideline character for such a big secret role. If he had been a more significant character, it would have been different, but with his minor role in the show, this revelation is too much of a cheap gotchacue finger gunsploy for my tastes. At least, they didnt change him completelyhe shows up at the conference with his characteristic back scratcher tucked into his suit jacket.
On the flip side, I was pleasantly unsurprised to find out that Shin-hyuk (Choi Siwon) is the mysterious novelist, Ten. Goofy and caring but clearly far more complex of a person than meets the eye, Shin-hyuk seemed like secret writer material from the beginning. As such, Id assumed going into these episodes that he was both Ten and the editor-in-chiefs nephew and hoped that the two roles would be combined into one at the end.
While it didnt work out quite the way I expected, I like the explanation of his being adopted and growing up in the US. It explains his buoyant almost caricature of a personality, as we Americans tend to have a reputation for being over-expressive, such as with our love of the word awesome and excessive touchy-feeliness. Plus, it worked to fit into the long list of opportunities to show off Siwons ever-improving English skills, especially since hes enlisting later this week.
As for our main characters, the fact that Sung-joon (Park Seo-joon) actually pushes Hye-jin (Hwang Jung-eum) to pursue her career as a childrens book writer has redeemed him completely from my disparaging of his character, especially his cold, harsh nature from the beginning of the drama. When he tells Hye-jin that he wants her to follow her dream and that he would never want her to resent him for not telling her to do so, I swoon. He doesnt selfishly want Hye-jin to be with him for his own happiness just because shes his first love. He wants her to be happy and knows that that requires more than just his role in the romance aspect of her life. So he is more than willing to pursue a long-distance relationship so that he can wrap up everything with work in the US while she works on her first childrens book.
Whats more, Hye-jin proposes to Sung-joon. He told her before that he was planning to propose, but she beats him to it with her simple doorstep request complete with rings. Instead of getting upset that he couldnt use his plans to surprise her, Sung-joon is just happy that theyre on the same page about getting married after a year to work on their careers, which is the perfect reaction to such a sweet moment.
This also goes to show that Hye-jin is not at all a pushover. She is always earnest in her efforts to do well in all that she does, be it in her job or in her relationships, so she is definitely not one to stand by passively. Sure, she is naive and often unsure of herself and how to react to certain unexpected (at least for her) situations, but considering her first belief that she is a secondary character in the story of her life, thats understandable. Still, she stands up for herself on more than one occasion, with those moments increasing as she becomes more self-assured.
This proposal in particular, though, shows all of the progress she has made up to the end in coming into her own self-confidence. In the first episode, as the finale reminds us, Hye-jin accepts societys pronouncement that she is not pretty and therefore a second-rate person without any reservations. Her time at The Most magazine changes her perception of herself, though. She starts out as a mere support member then soon transitions into a copy editing position at the magazine, and before she knows it, editor Cha Joo-young (Shin Dong-mi) encourages her to start writing. With Shin-hyuks help, she works hard and publishes an article, jump starting her dream career as a childrens book writer.
On top of that, she embraces that she is more than just her looks, returning from time to time to her naturally wild, curly hair and ruddy cheeks toward the end. Theres nothing wrong with fixing her hair nicely and wearing make-up, but its nice to see that she is not using it to hide or change herself. Its just another side to her that makes her beautiful. Working in a nice parallel, Sung-joon also starts to leave his hair down on his forehead, a sort of signifier of his softening.
Also putting her all into her career is Hye-jins best friend, Ha-ri (Go Joon-hee). At first I was miffed that Ha-ri discovers via various assessments that the perfect career for her is as a hotelier. It seemed a bit lazy to just throw her back into what she was doing before since a different career would require more effort on the part of production, but the enthusiasm with which she approaches her work this time around makes up for it.
Ha-ri has always had things easy, what with the connections afforded to her via her father, but now she does her utmost in her career and makes headway all by herself. It shows such growth and a new belief in herself. Also, how cute was that confession from that younger student at the university? Even if she does nothing about it, Im happy to see that she no longer has the faceless, wealthy oppas following her around and taking her out. She seems to believe in the possibility of love.
Narratively, the story wraps up too perfectly. To think that Shin-hyuk could just write and edit an article and interviewwith himself, to bootplus photography and layout design for a magazine all by himself in such a short time is utterly absurd. Any magazine editor would scoff at that bit for how impossible that is. Still, I love that Sung-joon returns to The Most to replace the editor-in-chief since she is off to get married to some random Italian model that understands her flamboyant style and extravagant personality.
In terms of the big romance, Hye-jin and Sung-joon are the cutest. He asks her to clip his nails; she ignores his request for kisses while working; they go on picnics together; and more. Their domestic bliss is so wonderful. Oh, yeah, and they end up having the most adorable, curly-haired, ruddy-cheeked daughter ever with the same habit of yelling its a go at crosswalks that her mother has. Yes, I love the way this drama ends. Its definitely well into cutesy territory, but with the way this drama has gone, I wouldnt have it any other way.
If you"ve seen a few k-dramas, you know that matchmaking agencies are a fact of life in Korea. Matchmakers help singles find the person they are best suited to marry, taking into account their looks, their personality and their backgrounds. But what about the people who have already been married, have divorced and are hoping for a second chance at lifelong love? Divorcees already have a strike against them when it comes to being marriageable. Matching those new singles takes a special kind of matchmaker.
That"s what Jang Nara"s character Heo Sung Hee is qualified to do in the new MBC drama "Happy Ending Once Again," also known as "One More Happy Ending." Heo Sung Hee provides another chance at "happily ever after" to a clientele whose romantic experiences have made them a little cynical. If matching up two candidates is difficult the first time around, it"s likely that those who have been disappointed once may be more picky.
Heo Sung Hee, once a member of an idol group, is famous for her blunt answers. She does not hesitate to tell the formerly married how they failed the first time.
Her co-star in this drama is actor Jung Kyung Ho, last seen in the heart transplant drama "Falling for Innocence" aka "Falling for Soon Jung." So far, it is not known whether he will play a client at Jang Nara"s agency, a matchmaking agency competitor or simply the person her character is destined to spend happily ever after with. Maybe all of the above.
Both actors have romantic comedy experience. Jang Nara was the endearing "snail wife" in "Fated To Love You" with Jang Hyuk. She had another leading role with Shin Ha Kyun in the comedy "Mr. Back" and then co-starred with Seo In Guk in the thriller "I Remember You."
Although Jung Kyung Ho had played some serious roles in his career, notably in the melodrama "Endless Love," the crime drama "Cruel City," and as a serial killer in the drama "Manhole," he did have fun with his second lead role in the romantic comedy "Smile You."
Kwon Sung Chan, who produced "Late Night Hospital" and "Special Investigation Team," will produce "Happy Ending Once Again."
The Wednesday- Thursday drama "Happy Ending Once Again is expected to follow "Sweet Savage Family" in January.
Jung Kyung Ho and Jang Na Ra will transform the lead couple in upcoming MBC drama "One More satisfied Ending".
The drama will depict the tale of marriage, re-marriage and divorce, a guildline for ladies and men who needs to have a pleased lifestyles after their divorce and re-marriages.
Jang Na Ra will play as Han Mi Mo, who works as a representative of a re-marriage consulting corporate whilst Jung Kyung Ho will take the role of Song Soo Hyuk, a divorced entertainment reporter and a unmarried father of a 11-year-old son.
"One More Happy Ending" will broadcast in January 2016.
Jang Nara will be returning to the screen with MBC’s Wednesday and Thursday drama “One More Satisfied finishing (working title).”
“It is right that Jang Nara will be acting in ‘One More Happy Ending,’” her managing firm published on November 16. “She is these days making ready for the approaching filming by way of examining her character.”
“One More Happy Ending” is a guiding principle for all those that need a 2nd probability at happiness after divorces and re-marriages. Via storylines in reaction to the duration of marriages, physical contact, and the encounters of the ones who remarried with first-timers, the drama tells the tale of marriage, re-marriage, and divorce.
Jang Nara plays the role of Han Mi Mo, a girl unfastened from marriage after divorce and a danger to all those in marriage. As the representative of a moment marriage consulting company, she offers brutally fair suggestion to all her idealistic shoppers who are vaguely hoping for a new relationship.
Though she has already acted out pregnancy and kid birth, fanatics are keen to peer how she transforms herself in the hot drama. It's miles planned to begin airing in January of 2016.
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Choi Siwon, who earned status as Kim Shin Hyuk, a feature editor with a secret in MBC′s She turned into Pretty, met with newshounds at a cafe in Seoul′s Cheongdam-dong on November 12.
She Was Pretty, which aired its ultimate episode on November 11, drew to a close with Hye Jin (Hwang Jung Eum) and Sung Jun (Park search engine optimization Joon) cementing their love in addition Hari (Go Joon Hee) and Shin Hyuk (Choi Siwon) living their respective lives to the fullest. However, amid rumors floating around about the general episode forward of the broadcast, adding a conceivable unhappy ending, some voiced that the ending was a bit of empty.
Choi Siwon seemed a piece puzzled referring to this, pronouncing "Although it′s challenging to mention from my perspective, I wonder whether the creator wrote the ending we all had drawn for ourselves.
Choi Siwon added, "If Hye Jin died or there has been an accident, or if the total lot was a dream, even - if that happened, then there would were divisions regardless of what. Even supposing it was predictable, I believe it was an ending all and sundry wanted. I wish to say thank you to the publisher for running so hard."
Meanwhile, Choi Siwon shined as the shamless and eccentric, yet sort reporter Kim Shin Hyuk on She Was Pretty. as neatly as being focused on a love triangle with Hye Jin (Hwang Jung Eum) and Sung Jun (Park Seo Joon), Choi Siwon showed off his multifaceted aspects via his comedic acting chops and as a guy harm by love, winning the hearts of viewers.
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The ultimate episode of KBS 2TV"s Monday & Tuesday drama, "Cheeky Move Go", depicted the recent starting of the youth.
Due to the audit by way of the schooling ministry, Gyeong-ran (Park Hae-mi) left the college and the cheerleading club dissolved. all of the scholars adding Yeon-doo (Jung Eun-ji) were stunned whilst the contest date used to be approaching. Yeon-doo become suffering to discover a solution to the situation.
And the pageant in any case arrived and Yeon-doo disbursed a yes or no survey paper to every member. She said, "Please admire every one one"s decision. If anyone makes a decision no longer to pop out to the competition, please don"t hate that person".
Yeol (Lee Won-geun) stepped in to lend a hand out. He knew that Ha-joon sought after to accomplish so he went to rescue Ha-joon, who was confined in his house. With Yeol"s help, Ha-joon coped with his state of affairs on his own as well. He firmly told his father, "I"m no longer afraid of you any longer. So, if you"d wish to come to the rivalry and drag me out like a dog or whatever you need to have to do, please do so".
Because other folks knew about what took place to their cheerleading club due to the scoop on media, they had to take care of the jeering from others. However, they still enjoyed the nice feeling of accomplishment. The battle between Baekho and genuine King cleared up, Ha-joon"s father won restriction order to avoid his son and Hyeon-mi (Go Soo-hee) was to be investigated for corruption.
And the affection triangle was straightened out. Ha-joon expressed his gratitude to Yeon-doo when he told her that he had learned how to like someone even supposing one"s in pain. As Byeong-jae (Choi Deok-moon) and Seon-yeong (Kim Yeo-jin) began their romantic dating again, Yeon-doo and Yeol"s relationship have become blurry. The adults determined to surrender on their marriage for Yeol and Yeon-doo. As this happened, Yeol also went forward to modify his circle of relatives registry to his biological mother, who divorced.
So Ji-sub and Sin Min-ah"s "Oh My Venus" will start next week as "Cheeky Go Go" has finished.
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There are most effective 3 episodes left of MBC’s Wednesday-Thursday drama “She Was Pretty,” and after the ominous finish of remaining week’s episode, lovers are worried that the drama will no longer have a satisfied ending.
A representative from the production company acknowledged on October 30, “There are many speculations about the ending yet we don’t know yet if it'll be sad or happy. Creator Jo Sung Hee has no longer yet finished the script for the last episode. at this time we've got the scripts for up to Episode 14.”
The representative continued, “The fact about Choi Siwon’s personality may also be printed but we can’t give a undeniable time. Please continue to observe the broadcast.”
Last episode, Ji Sung Joon (Park search engine optimization Joon) and Kim Hye Jin (Hwang Jung Eum) have in the end began their romance, but problem seems to be brewing for the recent couple. Sung Joon provides Hye Jin a tentative proposal, with one condition. How that condition will play out is yet unknown, but Hwang Jung Eum wraps up the episode with an ominous narration.
“There is a law to luck,” she says. “As much as you're pleased now, you're going to get maintain of bad success in the future.”
Watch the maximum recent episode below.
Now that the preferred MBC drama "She Was Pretty" is drawing to a close, a lot of the viewers are taking it upon themselves to wager what the drama"s finishing has in store.
Though there are so much of theories and conspiracies circulating the net, the argument that holds biggest sway is that Hwang Jung Eum"s character, Hye Jin, has already left this world. One viewer, "A", is claiming that scenes from the October 29 episode obviously evince the death of Hye Jin, in particular the scene that displays Park search engine optimization Joon"s character, Sung Joon, at Hye Jin"s home. "A" reasons that the all of the abundant food that Hye Jin"s circle of relatives puts on his rice bowl are dishes which are used for ancestral rites to honor the dead. "A" also issues out that Sung Joon was dressed in a mournful expression all during the meal.
Further, "A" notes that truth that Hye Jin is totally overlooked at the dinner table, and that the over-exaggerated way she speaks when she is round her household proves that she is indeed dead. That isn"t all. In the lunch box that Hye Jin ready for Sung Joon, the Chinese persona which indicates "strength," when became upside down, paperwork the number 4 which is a figure representing death in Korea. The river bank where Sung Joon supplies Hye Jin a back hug and proposes to her is alleged to be the site that her remains were scattered.
Other viewers have jumped in this theory, giving evidence in their own, saying, "I think the phase where Sung Joon tells Hye Jin "I concept you were gone" is one of the most clues,"" and, "This might look like over-analyzing, yet allowing for the writer"s beyond works, the theories certainly can"t be overlooked."
The creator of the show, Jo Sung Hee, is understood for penning unforeseen twist endings, namely the deaths of Choi Daniel and Shin Se Kyung in drama "High Kick Throughout the Roof."
Regarding your entire crazy theories that fanatics of the display cooked up, "She Was Pretty"s production staff relayed, "A complete new building will spread in the remainder 3 episodes. The crew has keen a wild card. Whether this is a satisfied or unhappy ending, it"ll be an overly most-like conclusion that won"t disappoint the viewers."