Showcase for the impending Korean film "Missing You - 2016" (2015)Directed by ability of Mo Hong-jinWith Sim Eun-kyeong, Yoon Je-moon, Kim Seong-oh, Oh Tae-kyeong, Jeong Hae-gyoon, Ahn Jae-hong,...Crank in : 2014/12/22Crank up : 2015/03/29Also referred to as "Waiting For You"SynopsisA mystery about a serial killer and the ones tracking him down.Release date in Korea : 2016/03/10
Dramacrazy Missing You
Sim Eun-kyeong, a a success actress from the motion picture "Sunny - 2010", "Masquerade", "Miss Granny" and others, is trying at the most powerful part yet. Yoon Je-moon from "A Grimy Carnival", "Dangerously Excited" and more, takes at the purpose of a detective. Kim Seong-oh from "The Guy From Nowhere" and "Love 911" takes on a role that just could be the turning point of his career.
The lady who is going after the man who killed her father, the detective who tracks down the killer that took his friend's existence and the killer who tracks down people who reported seeing him; they are all very much looked ahead to.
Added new Ahn Jae-hong stills for the impending Korean film "Missing You - 2016" (2014)Directed by way of Mo Hong-jinWith Sim Eun-kyeong, Yoon Je-moon, Kim Seong-oh, Oh Tae-kyeong, Jeong Hae-gyoon, Ahn Jae-hong,...Crank in : 2014/12/22Crank up : 2015/03/29Also referred to as "Waiting For You"SynopsisA mystery about a serial killer and the ones tracking him down.Release date in Korea : 2016/03
Added new stills and up to dateforged for the approaching Korean film "Missing You - 2016" (2014)Directed by capacity of Mo Hong-jinWith Sim Eun-kyeong, Yoon Je-moon, Kim Seong-oh, Oh Tae-kyeong, Jeong Hae-gyoon, Ahn Jae-hong,... MoreCrank in : 2014/12/22Crank up : 2015/03/29Also referred to as "Waiting For You"SynopsisA mystery about a serial killer and the ones tracking him down.Release date in Korea : 2016/03
(Photo : Authentic Instagram)After a unmarriedwonderfunctionality in 2015, 2NE1's Park Bom used to be spotted in Seoul, South Korea previous this week.
Samgeori Butchers, a cafe owned by capability of YG Entertainment's CEO Yang Hyun Suk, shared an image on Instagram featuring the 2NE1 member. It turned intothe primary public symbol of the singer since she gave the impression at the 2015 MAMA's, her first appearance on Korean tv since an amphetamine-related scandal ended in a long-term hiatus.
While it wasn't a promotional event, the picture was the 1st time a image of Park Bom was shared on social media by an account heavily linked to 2NE1's agency, YG Entertainment.
You"ve observed the long teaser for F.CUZ"s new OST "The Words I wish to Say To You". Now it"s time for the total MV! Featuring the soothing vocals of F.CUZ in addition scenes of 2NE1 Dara and Kim Jung Hoon in the drama "Missing Korea", here's a will have to watch video.
Also, we want to point out, doesn"t Dara glance similarly beautiful whether she"s in complete makeup and dressed up or dressed in slightly any makeup in a uniform? The song suits perfectly with the scenes shown in the drama.
The sweet, dramatic ballad is sung by ability of F.CUZ whilst the MV presentations shots from their drama that would bring a grin to everyone"s face since the two leads are simply too lovely in it.
The drama specializes in the competitor for the leave out Korea festival who represents North Korea, played by the beautiful Dara. Their chemistry is not any joke!
2NE1‘s Sandara Park is an absolute stunner in the maximum recent stills and behind-the-scenes photos of KBS’ internet drama “Missing Korea.”
Looking flawless in her bright red robe and voluminous hairdo, the actress has reworked into her role as Li Yeon Hwa, a normal North Korean worker. suitable for the beauty festival theme, she offers a chic wave to the target audience and tops it all off with a bright smile. She could also be observed posing with her script backstage.
Set in the fictitious year of 2020, “Missing Korea” follows the comical occasions that take position after a crew of North Korean beauty pageants gets combined up with a staff from the Kaesong Business Complex. The latter is in the long run sent to represent North Korea at the 1st Unified Miss Korea Competition, held to promote further reunification efforts.
On top of that, Kim Go-euns more level-headed, almost dull role is lost to the more expressive Lee Seon-gyun. While this is partially due to the nature of their characters and their relationship, its also heavily influenced by their chemistry, or rather the lack thereof. Their supposed former love is difficult to imagine considering the half-hearted portrayal and unequal dynamic. Sun-mi may have a sharp tongue, but her body language goes contrary to that, especially compared to Hyo-sungs self-satisfied smirks and jabs. Some may argue that its the complexity of a character being forced to go against a past lover and senior former colleague, but she later on in the film shows more aggression when hijacking a police car and ordering arrests to serve her purpose. As such, I am skeptical to this explanation and just find that Kim simply lacks the chemistry with Lee Seon-gyun to make their verbal sparring and previous relationship believable.
Despite the poor execution, Lee Seon-kyuns performance as Byun Hyo-sung and an intriguing plot are enough to carry this film. It may drag in certain places, but the quest to find answers to this case is engaging enough. Just as you think youve figured out what happened with Han Min-jung, Hyo-sung makes another discovery and connects two pieces, leading to more questions. By the final act, the film makes the big reveal, and while it relies a bit too much on heavy exposition, it is satisfying and gives great redemption to the bastard lawyer.
The Advocate: A Missing Body opens October 23 in select theaters in the US. This film is not rated and features scenes of graphic violence and limited language and drug use.
(Photo : CJ Entertainment America ) Ho Sung attempts to prove that his client is innocent, even after he is removed from the case. He is aided in his dogged pursuit of justice by Mr. Park, who is portrayed by In Won Hee (Crying Fist). Mr. Park is a former special forces soldier who works in a law office but is skilled in martial arts and self-defense.
"The Advocate: A Missing Body" is a non-stop thrill ride that keeps audiences guessing about the crime and its motives, up until its stunning conclusion. The film opens in select North American theaters on October 23. Showtimes and theater information can be found on the website for CJ Entertainment America.
Adrienne Stanley is a contributing editor at KDramaStars. She is also a contributing music writer at KpopStarz, MTV Iggy and other publications. When she is not listening to "We Like 2 Party," she can be found on Twitter. (@retrogirladdy).