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On the final episode of "Girl"s Day"s One Fine Day," which aired on September 21, Girl"s Day broke down in tears, abruptly choked up with a wave of emotion.
The participants were using around in Okinawa, when Hyeri acknowledged out of the blue, "I"m going to throw away the total lot that was once painful here. It"d be bizarre if I cried now, right?" her eyes welling up with tears. Sojin and Minah also burst into tears, not able to keep watch over their sudden surge of emotions.
Hyeri continued, "I"m distraught that I concern each and every time I do something. i am getting numerous worried thoughts," spilling her guts about the difficult paintings that includes being an idol. Yura concurred, saying, "I think we grow to be the maximum touchy the weeks ahead of we commence getting ready for an album." Sojin also added in her two cents with, "I think that"s the explanation we"re like this."
Yura, who wiped the tears off motive force Sojin"s face, said energetically, "I can"t cry. I'll give coverage to Sojin!" Sojin, who is the leader of the group, comforted the members by capacity of telling them, "Let"s never be discouraged."
The ladies then wiped away all their tears and broke the somber temper with a hearty sing-a-long, finishing a force that started in tears with laughter.
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-- SISTAR, Apink, AOA and Lee Guk Joo will be appearing on Running Man.
The upcoming episode of Running Man will feature a race to be the Queen of Chobok (chobok is the hottest day of the summer) just in time for summer. Comedienne Lee Guk Joo will be a guest alongside SISTAR′s Soyou and Bora, Apink′s Bo Mi and AOA′s Seolhyun.
As the concept of the upcoming episode is ′Queen of Chobok,′ the girls will battle it out in order to eat summer health foods. Rumor has it that the bright and bubbly girl group members in the opening turned the show on its head with their surprising strength and wrestling skills.
The girls will show their competitive spirit until the final mission, which will take place on a waterpark ride.
Tune in on July 12 to find out who will be crowned the Queen of Chobok!
The final members for JYP Entertainment"s new girl group Twice--for which the lineup was changed--was announced on the final episode of "SIXTEEN"!
On this decisive final episode, the remaining major and minor team contestants battled it out to secure their places on JYP"s anticipated new girl group Twice.
After the performances were over, J.Y. Park said, "The minor team was superior to the major team for both the final first round and the second mission round," and announced which members would rise to major from minor.
The first contestant to take her place on the major team as one of the final Twice members was Nayeon. In turn, J.Y. Park selected Natty to be bumped down to minor, relaying, "Natty"s singing was somewhat lacking, but Nayeon gave me confidence through her performance."
Jungyeon was the next contestant to follow Nayeon"s footsteps and join the major team to become a final member of Twice. Crying tears of joy, Jungyeon confessed, "I realized that practicing for five years was worth it. Even after debuting, I won"t lose my focus and will work hard." Somi was the major team members to trade places with Jungyeon; J.Y. Park gave the explanation, "Somi has the makings of a star, but when you"re dancing, I get an amateur vibe. I hope that you will work a little harder and show that you have improved."
The third and final member to make up Twice was Dahyun, who replaced Minyoung on the major team. J.Y. Park once again stated the reason for his selection, justifying, "Truthfully, there was something missing in Dahyun"s dance, singing, and rap, but you capture everyone"s attention. Whether you are on stage, among members, or interviewing, you have a certain bearing and charisma."
After the six members exchanged places, J.Y. Park announced, "There are no more shifts in major and minor formations. Twice will be a nine-member group with the addition of two girls who will make up for what the group lacks." The two additional members were revealed to be Tzuyu and Momo who were eliminated in earlier rounds. J.Y. Park stated, "Based on the input from the viewers and audience, Tzuyu was selected," and, "Not only did Momo strengthen her dance and performances but also she was very diligent thus far and excellent in many other aspects."
With these radical shifts in major and minor and the surprising additions, Twice now consists of nine total members, including Jihyo, Nayeon, Jungyeon, Chaeyoung, Sana, Mina, Dahyun, Tzuyu, and Momo.
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Added final episode 16 captures for the Korean drama "The Girl Who Sees Smells" (2015)Directed by Baek Soo-chanWritten by Lee Hee-myeongNetwork : SBSWith Park Yoo-chun, Sin Se-kyeong, Nam Goong-min, Yoon Jin-seo, Lee Won-jong, Song Jong-ho,...16 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00Also known as "The Girl Who Can See Smell" and "Sensory Couple"SynopsisBased on a web-toon of the same title, depicting a story about a man who cannot feel any senses after losing his younger sister through the "Barcode murder case" three years ago, and a girl who has a supersense and survived the same incident, but lost all of her memories before the event.Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/04/01
SBSs hit drama The Girl Who Sees Smells has come to an end, and two of the stars have said their goodbyes and thanks to their fans.
On May 22, Shin Se Kyung posted a sweet message for her colleagues and fans on her Weibo account, complete with photos of her holding up an adorable cake.
Good morning! she says. Did you watch Cho Rim yesterday? It was the last episode.. Even though Ive been to the finale party and come home, slept and then got up again, it still doesnt feel real.
To all the unnis and oppas who went through so much with me, to the director, writer, and all the staff.. thank you all, you worked so hard, she adds.
Lastly, she says, To our fans, and to everyone who treasured Cho Rim and the MooRim couple, thank you!! Ill try to do better in the future~ So Ill.. get just a bit more sleep!? Hehehe
On May 21, through her agency FNC Entertainment, actress Yoon Jin Seo also made a statement about the end of the show. I was so grateful and happy to have met, through this great work, the great director and writer, staff, my colleagues, and the sunbae and hoobae actors.
To the fans of the show, she adds, I was truly touched as an actor when so many viewers expressed their hope that Yeom Mi would be okay after she was kidnapped.
Are you sad to see the end of The Girl Who Sees Smells?
THE GIRL WHO CAN SEE SMELLS - EPISODE 16 (FINALE)
"Keep dreaming! There"s no way you"re beating my score on Super Mario World"
Another series has come to a close. I feel content. That"s different because, when a series ends, it usually feels like there"s some part of my life missing. In part because the characters have been your constant companions while you make your way through the series, and there"s a serious disruption in routine when you are no longer watching. Not here. Maybe because it ended with practically a setup for a whole new season? Or maybe because the ending was so satisfying to me. To wit:
Using security cameras, the cops figure out Kwon has absconded with Cho Rim in an ambulance. The police track him to a warehouse, but he"s already stuck her in another van, along with a bomb. She scratches her wedding ring on the bomb to provide a clue and leaves it there. Kwon sets up a meeting with Moo Gak and plants the bomb in the newlywed"s new home, but he is tricked, tracked down, and ultimately killed in a life or death struggle with our hero. Shortly thereafter, the sensory couple is married and trying to settle down for a honeymoon and a quiet life, but unsolved cases once again call them out of retirement...
"Don"t be mad; this is the only way I can get a date."
Well, I got what I wanted. No deaths of the major characters that we"ve come to know and love (yes, I know, I groused about Kang, but ultimately he turned out to be a good guy). Life and death struggle with Kwon, where it looks like Moo Gak is going to die, but he turns the tables on him (the bomb was a distraction -- did you really think he was going to die that way?). We got to see that terrific smell-seeing thing again. And I got my happily ever after. I do not like dramas that end on a down note; "We had one last happy summer, and then she was gone..but the love we felt will last a lifetime" is bogus and cheating. Life already has severe downs, so when I watch something, it"s to escape.
"One ring to rule them all..."
Really, while the spotlight was on Kwon, they kinda fell down while running with that ball. Nothing says bad writing like a predictable plot, and this drama had it in spades. It had a really promising beginning, but something was off about the chef from the start, and I can"t really even pin it down, looking back. And then with the easy unveiling of plot elements, the main plot got even worse. A mystery plot should be like the layers of an onion, each layer removed reveals a new layer, and another underneath that. This plot was like biting an apple and finding a worm, and then slicing it up to find it riddled with worms (eww). Nasty fruit aside, the plot was quite unsubtle and easily guessed.
The true high point for me was the romance between Moo Gak and Cho Rim. To me, it never felt forced, and it just seemed as easy as friendship, with few of the awkward starts and stops that characterize a real-life romance. I almost wonder if there wasn"t a friendship between the actors already. I understand that Yoochun is an idol and is probably insanely busy, but the relationship between them was just golden. Those were the moments I started to tune in for, and when they gave a generous portion of time over to it, I was in heaven, at least for the duration.
"1...2...3...4...I declare a thumb war"
All in all, the series was entirely watchable. I think what worked about it served to offset everything that did not, and that"s what helped me enjoy it, incompetent cops and awkward plots aside. There weren"t long stretches where I was bored, even if nothing was happening. The action scenes were actually pretty cool, and I enjoyed the special effects as well. Even some of the giant plot holes where I literally yelled, "Oh, come on!" still helped propel this thing forward. Would I watch it again? You bet. We got a happily ever after, and isn"t that the best you can hope for?
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Added episode 15 captures for the Korean drama "The Girl Who Sees Smells" (2015)Directed by Baek Soo-chanWritten by Lee Hee-myeongNetwork : SBSWith Park Yoo-chun, Sin Se-kyeong, Nam Goong-min, Yoon Jin-seo, Lee Won-jong, Song Jong-ho,...16 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00Also known as "The Girl Who Can See Smell" and "Sensory Couple"SynopsisBased on a web-toon of the same title, depicting a story about a man who cannot feel any senses after losing his younger sister through the "Barcode murder case" three years ago, and a girl who has a supersense and survived the same incident, but lost all of her memories before the event.Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/04/01
THE GIRL WHO SEES SMELLS - EPISODE 15
Wow. We"re down to the end of the series. And tonight you"ll get to see the very last episode of the series. Ack! I"m gonna miss our sensory couple.
"That was nasty, dude! What did you eat today?"
With Kwon jailed and Yeom Mi recovered (hooray!), Moo Gak regains his sense of touch and Cho Rim remembers everything. Connections to Cho Rim"s past are re-forged, as Moo Gak gives her the ring and photo that Mr. Oh was keeping for her, and the book that her mother wrote in before she was killed. Kwon is apparently killed when the cop car he was riding in goes off the bridge into the Han river. Life begins to attain some normalcy after that. All of the members of the investigative team are rewarded for meritorious service. Some of the members find love, some quit the force, some stay on. Moo Gak proposes to Cho Rim and she accepts. A month down the road, however, at the very moment the wedding is to take place, Kwon shows up as an uninvited guest and snatches Cho Rim...
Well, that escalated quickly. I always figured Kwon would survive whatever they threw at him, if for no other reason than there"s one episode left! What were they going to do in episode 16, twiddle their thumbs? Nope, Kwon"s still on the loose, and this time he"s got Cho Rim. He"d be a fool to go back to his old place, so this is a big problem! Where do you start to look for a killer?
"Keep looking -- my contact lens has to be down there somewhere..."
It"s awfully convenient that both Cho Rim and Moo Gak shed their afflictions once Kwon is captured. At least it wasn"t at exactly the same time. I guess it also had to happen since she was reluctant to move things forward with Moo Gak until she had her memories back. So some good came out of waiting.
"Okay, now it"s warming up in here."
This episode was a pretty feelgood installment. I love it when people are happy, and that"s what seemed to be going on. Well, except for Detective Yeh, who remained on the force instead of taking his place as CEO, but even that was played for laughs. Even in the shadow of the killer, life seemed to be going well for everyone. I kinda like these quiet moments, even though they are practically at odds with the rest of it. It"s like there are two stories going: Moo Gak and Cho Rim, and the serial killer. Odd to be sure, but I love their relationship. Chef Kwon, I"m kinda done with him.
But this series has some really strange pacing to it. I"m glad it deviated from the "crime of the week" thing, but since they started in on the Chef-Kwon-as-killer plot, they keep coming after him, and he keeps escaping. Even now, they were trying too hard. "Okay, he"s in jail. No, now he"s dead." There"s one episode left. Kinda obvious, don"t you think?
"Isn"t a kiss supposed to wake her up?"
I deducted a point because of the lack of special effects. We see one small part where Cho Rim finds out that Kwon is there, and that"s it. She doesn"t use it the rest of the time, and it was way too quick and perfunctory for my tastes.
I"m hoping the end blows everything out of the water. I want a happily ever after, but I want a fairly epic confrontation with Kwon, too. I want Cho Rim"s powers to come into play so she can figure out how to get out of this mess. I want situations where it seems the bad guy"s going to win, but Moo Gak triumphs in the end -- maybe just barely. Too much to hope for? I know, I"m hard to please.
We"ve got one episode left! Are you psyched for the ending? Have high hopes? Let us know!
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Added episode 15 for the Korean drama "The Girl Who Sees Smells"
"The Girl Who Sees Smells" (2015) Directed by Baek Soo-chan Written by Lee Hee-myeong Network : SBS With Park Yoo-chun, Sin Se-kyeong, Nam Goong-min, Yoon Jin-seo, Lee Won-jong, Song Jong-ho,... 16 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00 Also known as "The Girl Who Can See Smell" and "Sensory Couple" Synopsis Based on a web-toon of the same title, depicting a story about a man who cannot feel any senses after losing his younger sister through the "Barcode murder case" three years ago, and a girl who has a supersense and survived the same incident, but lost all of her memories before the event. Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/04/01
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Added episode 14 captures for the Korean drama "The Girl Who Sees Smells" (2015)Directed by Baek Soo-chanWritten by Lee Hee-myeongNetwork : SBSWith Park Yoo-chun, Sin Se-kyeong, Nam Goong-min, Yoon Jin-seo, Lee Won-jong, Song Jong-ho,...16 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00Also known as "The Girl Who Can See Smell" and "Sensory Couple"SynopsisBased on a web-toon of the same title, depicting a story about a man who cannot feel any senses after losing his younger sister through the "Barcode murder case" three years ago, and a girl who has a supersense and survived the same incident, but lost all of her memories before the event.Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/04/01