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Miss Rose Episode 14 Recap And Screenshot
Miss Rose Episode 14 Recap And Screenshot

Miss Rose Episode 14 Recap And Screenshot

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After a long busy week, settling in with my comfort drama of Miss Rose is like kicking off my pumps and snuggling into bed. MR is reliable and always satisfying, which does mean Im starting to take it for granted. Now that Cheng Kuan and Si Yi finally break through the barrier of Vivian and her domineering father, does this mean the drama will be chock full of OTP happy times for the rest of its run? I doubt it, and not because I think MR is going to manufacture angst. I really worry that Vivian has some really potent plan in place to win Cheng Kuan back, and that Yi Chun isnt about to walk away from Si Yi even if he will respect her current choise and merely remain on the side lines waiting for his chance. I love how this drama has all the parents chiming in their opinions and their hopes, but in the end the younger generation has been allowed to make their own decisions. If Si Yi told her parents she didnt like Cheng Kuan and wanted to get back together with Yi Chun, everyone would be unhappy but they would respect her wishes. Im also happy that Cheng Kuans mom has the same mentality and was pleased that she backed up Cheng Kuan in front of President Jiang.

I dont fault the President for exerting so much pressure on Cheng Kuan, because in his mind he helped raise this young man, who is not only an irreplaceable asset for him but also the guy his daughter appears to love. He has no choice but to keep doing everything in his power to keep Cheng Kuan. The drama is obviously just giving us a taste of happiness by sending Cheng Kuan and Si Yi on their motorcycle countryside date, because when they return to Guang Qiang there will be landmines aplenty and still many more unresolved issues to tackle. Cheng Kuan still needs to get rid of the GM and Manager Kang, Ting Ai appears even more devious and cunning than I gave her credit for, and Vivian will try to play the considerate former girlfriend in hopes of getting Cheng Kuan to change his mind. I worry the drama will separate the OTP for whatever reason only to let them reunite again towards the end, and I really dont want to waste my time seeing that. Im not going to jump that far ahead at this time, but I do need Si Yi to regain some of her pep and energy in this drama because shes starting to lull me to sleep in some of her scenes.

Miss Rose Episode 4 Recap And Screenshot
Miss Rose Episode 4 Recap And Screenshot

Miss Rose Episode 4 Recap And Screenshot

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My extreme jet lag is your boon, since being awake in the middle of the night means finally getting around to recapping episode 4 of Miss Rose. It was as wonderful as watching it the first time around, this time with more appreciation of how the story is really developing Si Yi and Cheng Kuans relationship. Right now they are just boss-secretary, and I dont think Si Yi is a xiao san in Cheng Kuan and Vivians weird business-driven relationship whether from her actions or feelings. Shes affected by Cheng Kuan like a woman is with an attractive guy, but shes still level-headed around him and tries to make the most out of working with him. The interest in each other is that great combination of appreciation and attraction. They appreciate each others work ethic and abilities, and then the physical attraction creeps up on them. I love that they dont bicker and argue incessantly with each other, they spar as as way to get to know each other.

Si Yis no-nonsense attitude plays off wonderfully with how cute she is inside and always smiling and enjoying life. Such a contrast to the dour and cheerless Chen Kuan, and he notices that about her which does explain why he acts reluctant but appears to like spending time with her. I love how supportive Si Yis family and friends are, they never assume Si Yi isnt good enough for Cheng Kuan, and they urge her on in a positive way without coming off as too desperate. MR has thus far kept the comedy elements at an even-keel, without falling into the TW-drama trap of going overboard on the broad slapstick and quippy puns which might bog down the story. While Im glad to see less of Vivian in this episode, I actually dont mind seeing more of her bitchy ways when she starts to realize Si Yi may be a threat to her. We need more antagonists like Vivian (and the corrupt manager duo) so that Si Yi and Cheng Kuan have mountains to climb both professionally and personally.

Miss Rose Episode 1 Recap And Screenshot
Miss Rose Episode 1 Recap And Screenshot

Miss Rose Episode 1 Recap And Screenshot

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I’m backrecapping a Taiwan drama, that is. It took something special to get me in the mood again, and is anyone surprised that it ended up being Roy Qiu plus a sprinkling of drama pixie dust to make me sit up and smile. This has been a recap delayed by a considerable number of days because I took advantage of the Olympic preemption of episode 2 last Sunday to concentrate on other stuff before tackling it. Miss Rose wins my affection by being the first TW-drama in months I didn’t want to fast-forward or hit stop in the first episode alone. I’m actually not giving it enough credit, because it’s genuinely quite good. The only drawback would be the glaring neon-light sensation of déjà vu, because Miss Rose is pretty much following the Office Girls playbook play-by-play.

I’m beyond amused that the cast of OG has now split between two TTV dramas - Gong Hay Fat Choy has Alice Ke, James Wen, and Patrick Li while MR gets Roy, Tia Li, Mama Shen, and the cute boy who played Bao Luo. But while the former is dull as beans, the latter captures that effervescence which made OG such a breezy watch. It’s impossible to watch MR without noticing all the similarities in set up and execution with OG, but ultimately that doesn’t lessen the enjoyment for me. While episode 1 wasn’t as good as OG started off, my gut tells me MR has the legs to go all the way, and maybe be even better. The Taiwanese audience appears to think so as well, as MR started off with a bang hitting 2.37 in ratings.

M! Countdown Highlight: Duo Trouble Maker Beats Miss A as They Win #1 on the November 14, 2013 Episode + Performance Recap

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Trouble Maker Wins at M! Countdown M Countdown is back again this week with your favorite K-Pop stars as they once again take the stage to bring energy, charisma, and entertainment!For this episode, duo Davichi made their return by performing about the "Letter", Taeyang came out explosive again for "Ringa Linga", there is a scent in the air and Huk Guk is saying "Only Your Scent is in the Air", and BP POP is saying please do not "Never Ever Let Me Go."Such great returns on M Countdown last night!

Nominees for the night was difficult to vote.Who to choose??Trouble Maker or Miss A?Though the audience as well as the fans chose Trouble Maker for their song "Now."Congratulations!!!

"Ringa Linga" is what Taeyang said to the audience last night as he once again fired up the crowd by bringing the sun on-stage.Taeyang made his comeback stage performance last night and the crowd screamed and fan chanted throughout his performance.

miss A’s Fei and Goo Hara Tear Up on Remaining Episode of “Fists of Shaolin Temple”
Miss A’s Fei And Goo Hara Tear Up On Remaining Episode Of “fists Of Shaolin Temple”

miss A’s Fei and Goo Hara Tear Up on Remaining Episode of “Fists of Shaolin Temple”

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miss As Fei and Goo Hara Tear Up on Final Episode of Fists of Shaolin Templeck525 January 23, 2016 0 Miss A’s Fei and Goo Hara shed tears at the last episode of “Fists of Shaolin Temple.”

After their final assignment, the members read parting messages left for them by skill of others. The members read her messages out loud for Fei, who isn'ttotallypleased with Korean. By the end, Fei bursts into tears.

“I got here because I in point of factsought afterto be informed martial arts, and I felt burdened to be the maximum productive because I'm Chinese and in my homeland,” she says. “I at all timesattempted to preparetough and assist others, and I’m so thankfulthat everybodyfavored my effort.”

Spoiler "Sweet, Savage Family": Episode thirteen Recap

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Hyeon-ji told Seong-min, "Couple rings are a should if we determined to make it official". She was onceproud ofthe hoop on her finger. Seong-min told her that his father got herehouse from lock-up and Hyeon-ji said, "That's a relief. It's a would have to to take suffered so much and I am sorry because I believe that's on account of me".

Meanwhile, "Sweet, Savage Family" is a human comedy about a guy who is the leader of his gang outdoor of the homeyet is in the lowest rank at home.

Spoiler "Remember": Episode 7 Recap

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Gyu-man heard that Jin-woo (Yoo Seung-ho) changed intotrying to finda girl who made a favorable remarkfour years ago. He told Soo-beom to move and kill her without any individual knowing it. "Four years ago, my father handledsuch things as this for me, yet this time I'm going to do it on my own".

Soo-beom said, "I can not do it. I will do the restaside from kill a human. I cannot do it anymore". Gyu-man raised a stick and hit him, smiling whilst he did.

Spoiler "The Merchant: Gaekju 2015": Episode 28 Recap

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Gil So-gae became asked to kill Jo Seo-rin (Han Chae-ah) by Mae-wol (Kim Min-jeong) so he ordered a sniper to kill the girlprotecting a child. Then he sent squaddies to Chunga to arrest Jo Seong-joon (Kim Myeong-soo) who was once his enemy.

Bang-geum who was shot, died in Jo Seong-joon's palms after saying, "We had a just right time back in the day with you and Man-chi when we carried a load on our backs. I used to be happiest then and I reputable you. I'm sorry, my dear, for our pitiful Man-chi".

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HanCinema's Drama Review 'Miss Korea' Episode 6
Hancinema's Drama Review 'miss Korea' Episode 6
HanCinema's Drama Review 'Miss Korea' Episode 2
Hancinema's Drama Review 'miss Korea' Episode 2

HanCinema's Drama Review 'Miss Korea' Episode 2

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On the alternative hand, the older actors stole the episode. Lee Sung-min"s Seon-saeng is endearing as a awful loan shark suffering to make cash and failing at each and every step of the way. His interactions with Lee Mi-sook"s Ae-ri are hysterical and perfectly timed for the maximum productive comedic outcome. There is such finesse in the paintings of those senior actors that adds so much to the show.

This introductory phase, however, used to be simply too long. These first two episodes could"ve been condensed into one and would have worked perfectly well. The period of the introductions made the episode appear draggy. Let"s just get into the beef and potatoes of the display now, shall we?

"Miss Korea" is directed by Kwon Seok-jang, written by Seo Sook-hyang and lines Lee Seon-gyoon, Lee Yeon-hee, Jo Sang-gi and Lee Mi-sook.