A Gentlemans Dignity 9 Review
Actress Kim Ha Neul recently said the four actors of A Gentleman’s 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 TV’s Healing Camp, Aren’t 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 Gentleman’s Dignity are just like their characters in the series.” . ... Read more
SBS TV’s A Gentleman’s Dignity recorded the highest viewer rating again.
On July 15, AGB Nielsen Media Research reported that the July 14 episode of A Gentleman’s Dignity recorded a viewer rating of 23.5%. . ... Read more
The viewer rating of SBS TV’s A Gentleman’s Dignity increased as Jang Dong Gun and Kim Ha Neul started dating.
On July 8, AGB Nielsen Media Research reported the episode of A Gentleman’s Dignity that aired on July 7 recorded a viewer rating of 22.0%. It’s 1.7% more than the episode aired on July 1, which was 20.3%. It’s also the same as its highest viewer rating recorded on June 30. . ... Read more
CN Blue’s Jung Yong Hwa will make a cameo appearance in the drama series A Gentleman’s Dignity.
On July 4, a person concerned with SBS TV’s drama series A Gentleman’s Dignity reported, “Jung Yong Hwa will make a cameo appearance in an episode of A Gentleman’s Dignity.” . ... Read more
SBS TV’s drama series A Gentleman’s Dignity recorded the highest viewing rate and ranked first.
According to AGB Nielsen Media Research on June 24, the episode of A Gentleman’s Dignity aired on June 23 recorded the viewer ratings of 18.6%. It’s 2% higher than that of the last episode, which was 16.6%. . ... Read more
It is difficult to assign “Villain and Widow” just one genre. Black comedy comes pretty close, but the film is also a caper story and involves a romance, even if not exactly a typical kind. For most movies, this would be too much to handle and just create a mess, but it is the finely kept balance and wittiness of this one which keep it from becoming convoluted. The characters have simple goals and struggles which are used for comedic effect plenty, but are also explored for their dramatic value on a rudimentary level. This is where the masterfully compiled cast really shows its strength. . ... Read more
We knew that In Sang’s parents wouldn’t react well to the news that they were becoming grandparents, but that doesn’t make their actions in the second episode of “Heard It Through the Grapevine” any easier to watch. They’re in full damage-control mode, but what they don’t seem to understand is that love can’t be controlled—and love truly is the force that surrounds the family unit of Bom, In Sang, and their child.. ... Read more
The good news is that we find out Do-hee”s motivation for keeping the baby. The bad news is that her motivation is horrifically naive and idealistic magical thinking. The worst news is that “Hogu”s Love” is expecting us to think that Do-hee has somehow made a noble choice. Do-hee opens up about her reasons to the one character most likely to call her out on being selfish and short-sighted- and he fails to do so. To the contrary, this man agrees to help Do-hee when only a few scenes prior he”d been wailing in agony because Do-hee really, truly has managed to make a huge mess of everything for more people that she could possibly know. . ... Read more