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Ji Soo has opened up about how its like to be co star of Kim Hee Sun who is 16 years old older than him in real life

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Ji Soo  has   opened  up  about  how  its  like to  be co  star   of  Kim Hee Sun   who  is 16 years old  older  than  him  in real life

In a recent interview for MBC, young actor Ji Soo, born in 1993, was asked about his chemistry with actress Kim Hee Sun who was born in 1977. In the drama “Angry Mom,” Ji Soo’s character, Bok Dong, is in love with Jo Bang Wool, the 18-year-old alter ego of Jo Kang Ja, played by Kim Hee Sun. In the drama, Jo Kang Ha has gone undercover as a high school student in her daughter’s school to defend her daughter against bullies. . ... Read more

Five Facts About The Real Life Princess Jungmyung

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Five Facts About The Real Life Princess Jungmyung

 

“Hwajung,” also known as “Splendid Politics” blends historical facts with fiction. But how important was the real-life princess Jungmyung in the story of Prince Gwanghae”s time on the throne? . ... Read more

K-Drama Actors Cope With Real-Life Mental Health Issues And Still Deliver A Great Performance

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K-Drama Actors Cope With Real-Life Mental Health Issues And Still Deliver A Great Performance

 

Lately, a few k-dramas have focused on male leads with mental health issues. Schizophrenia was the condition affecting Jo in Sung”s character in “It”s Okay, That”s Love.” Dissociative identity disorder, also known as multiple personality disorder, affected Ji Sung”s character in “Kill Me, Heal Me.” . ... Read more

The Real Life Scandal That Inspired The Film "Socialphobia'

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The Real Life Scandal That Inspired The Film "Socialphobia'

The k-movie “Socialphobia” is a story about the power of the Internet.

“Socialphobia” is about the fury inspired by one netizen”s comment and the steps taken by other netizens to request an apology. . ... Read more

"Surplus Princess" Ohn Ju Wan and Jo Bo Ah confirmed as real life couple

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Ohn Ju Wan and Jo Bo Ah have confirmed that they are dating each other in real life.

Ohn Ju Wan”s agency, Will Entertainment released their official statement on March 26th,”We”ve checked with him and it”s confirmed that the two are indeed dating each other. They met each other and became friends through tvN”s “Surplus Princess”. They naturally developed into lovers and started dating about a month ago”.. ... Read more

Actors are now a couple in real life

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Actors are now a couple in real life
Actor Ryoo Soo-yeong of “Endless Love” (2014) and Park Ha-seon of “Temptation” (2014) have started dating in real life after previously playing an engaged couple in a drama. According to multiple local news reports on Monday, they first met when they were both cast in the 2013 drama series “Two Weeks”. ... Read more

When The Second Lead Gets The Girl—In Real Life

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When The Second Lead Gets The Girl—In Real Life

 

K-drama lovers know that there is such a thing as Second Lead Syndrome. The second lead is often the better choice for a boyfriend as he is kind and supportive and willing to suffer through a lot to get the girl. Because you have fallen for him, you really want him to get the girl. But he rarely does. Except maybe in real life. . ... Read more

A Pink Talks About Her Post Military Life After Returning From "Real Men"

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A Pink Talks About Her Post Military Life After Returning From

A Pink‘s Bomi sat down for an interview with “@star1″ magazine to talk about her post-lilitary life!

Although it wasn′t for a long time, being in the military seemed to have affected A Pink′s Bomi in more ways than expected.. ... Read more

"Hogu's Love" Choi Woo Shik and Lee Soo Kyung Look Like Sibling in Real Life

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Choi Woo Sik and Lee Soo Kyung are clowning around with each other on the behind-the-scenes picture of tvN’s drama “Ho-gu’s Love.”

In the photo, Lee Soo Kyung, who plays Choi Woo Shik’s younger sister, poses for the camera with her eyes closed as the actor prepares to give her a noogie. The photo, which was shared around the set of the drama, gave staff members plenty to laugh about, with one member even asking the pair, “You’re actual brother and sister, aren’t you?”. ... Read more

Ji Sung Reveals His Story Behind "Manner Hands" in "Kill Me, Heal Me" Regarding His Wife in Real-Life

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Ji Sung Reveals His Story Behind

On the March 15th airing of MBC’s “Section TV,” Ji Sung shares the story behind his “manner hands” in “Kill Me, Heal Me.”

In the drama, Ji Sung, regardless of his personality, uses his hand to protect Hwang Jung Eum’s head whenever she is getting into a car, which was dubbed by fans as “manner hands.” The actor explains, “It happened when I was trying to score points with my wife [Lee Bo Young],” and says that the habit just came out when he was filming. “It’s what I did because I didn’t want [Lee Bo Young’s] head to hit the car; I guess you could say it just worked out.”. ... Read more