Uhm Jung Hwa and Park Seo Joon shine as love interests in “A Witch”s Love.”
“A Witch”s Love,” the Korean remake of the popular Taiwanese drama “My Queen,” has given viewers both laughter and sincerity as it continues to hook them in. The two leads, Uhm Jung Hwa and Park Seo Joon, have amazing chemistry with each other as well. Even with their almost 17 year age difference in real life, they manage to look completely natural with each other on screen. On the show their characters” ages are supposed to be 14 years apart, but they never look like they are awkward with each other. The two leads succeed in portraying a playful “like-tease” relationship perfectly. Check out the very short teaser below where their chemistry is off the charts. . ... Read more
The 50th annual Baeksang Awards will take place in three weeks and the list of nominees is up on the website. That list includes actors, comedians, screenwriters and producers, with nominees in both film and television categories. . ... Read more
New SBS drama “Doctor Stranger” and MBC drama “Triangle” are already heating things up with kiss scenes starting from the very first episodes!
In “Triangle,” Kim Hye Eun“s character could not wait as she pulled Jaejoong into her house for a kiss as soon as he rang her doorbell, causing him to pull away and say nonchalantly, “Slowly. Let”s do it gently. You”re acting like we won”t see each other again. What is it?” . ... Read more
In Big Man, episode 3, So Mi Ra(played by Lee Da Hee) felt bad for Kim Ji Hyuk(played by Kang Ji Hwan) and became his assistant.
Previously, Mi Ra found out that Ji Hyuk was not related to Kang Sung Wook(played by Eom Hyo Seop). As Do Sang Ho(played by Han Sang Jin) ordered Mi Ra to take Sung Wook’s side, she got confused. . ... Read more
In Big Man, episode 3, Kang Jin Ah(played by Jung So Min) decided to live a decadent life.
As Kim Ji Hyuk(played by Kang Ji Hwan) became the president of Hyunsung Group, Jin Ah decided to run away from home. She announced, “I’m not coming back until that dude is gone. And from now on, I’m going to live a decadent, dirty and sluggish life.” Kang Sung Wook(played by Eom Hyo Seop) replied, “Do as you wish.” . ... Read more
In Big Man, episode 3, Kim Ji Hyuk(played by Kang Ji Hwan) got fooled by Kang Sung Wook(played by Eom Hyo Seop) again.
Sung Wook went to see Ji Hyuk to make him believe that he was his father. He faked tears and made up fake stories about Ji Hyuk and his mother. He also said, “I’ll wait for you until you call me your father.” Ji Hyuk changed his mind and decided to trust him once again. . ... Read more
In Big Man, episode 3, Kim Ji Hyuk(played by Kang Ji Hwan) warned Kang Sung Wook(played by Eom Hyo Seop) not to mess around with him.
Ji Hyuk sensed that Sung Wook was not his father and said to him, “I was raised from the bottom of the world. Why on earth did you give me that position? It doesn’t make sense at all. Stop messing around with me.” Sung Wook lied, “I’m your father no matter what.” Ji Hyuk yelled, “Father? My father dumped me with a dog shit. Tell me as much as you want that you’re my father. I’m going to blame every little thing on you.” . ... Read more
It is May 6 in Korea, meaning it”s time to celebrate the birth of one handsome EXO member, Baekhyun!
He has turned 22-years-old (international age) and fans are wishing him a happy birthday on Twitter, using hashtags “#HappyBaekhyunDay” and “#PrinceBaekhyunDay,” both of which are trending worldwide, showing the magnitude of his global popularity. . ... Read more
In the first episode of Triangle, Oh Jung Hee(played by Baek Jin Hee) slapped Huh Young Dal(played by Kim Jae Joong).
Jung Hee came out of a police station with her younger brother. She spanked him and scolded, “I’m your sister and I’m vicariously your mom and dad.” Jung Hee’s brother got annoyed and pushed his sister to the ground. Young Dal, who was watching them, got angry and hit him on the head. . ... Read more