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SHINee’s Minho, Choi Jin Hyuk, Park Seo Joon, and More Compete for New Male Actor Award at 2013 MBC Drama Awards
Shinee’S Minho, Choi Jin Hyuk, Park Seo Joon, And More Compete For New Male Actor Award At 2013 Mbc Drama Awards

SHINee’s Minho, Choi Jin Hyuk, Park Seo Joon, and More Compete for New Male Actor Award at 2013 MBC Drama Awards

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MBC Drama Awards announced the nominees for New Male Actor, and it seems like this year will be a tough competition.

On December 26, MBC representatives announced the nominees: Park Seo Joon for “I Summon You, Gold,” Oh Chang Suk for “Aurora Princess,” Lee Sang Yeob for “A Little Love Never Hurts,” SHINees Minho for “Medical Top Team, and Choi Jin Hyuk for Gu Family Book.

Furthermore, for the congratulatory performance, SHINee will perform for the first time “Green Rain,” the ost for the drama “The Queen’s Classroom.” Fans can expect the special stage as the five member group will perform with the child actors of the drama.

HanCinema's Drama Review 'Who Are You - 2013'
Hancinema's Drama Review 'who Are You - 2013'

HanCinema's Drama Review 'Who Are You - 2013'

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The things that make "Who Are You - 2013" appealing are all associated with its other method in comparison to maximum dramas in the romance genre. For one, the series feels more like a mystery/suspense one. Yes, romance does have its position in it, principally for what it does for Si-on as an individual in the procedure of her healing, yet it's miles never the sole or greatest focus. whilst the 2 male leads are given a huge number of screen time and focus, this may be in the long run a sequence about Si-on and hence her story, which in itself is uncommon in Korean drama. The loss of standard tropes corresponding to a difference at school between the romantic pairing, lack of circle of relatives involvement and other such components also make this feel fairly trendy and surely no longer at the soapy side. While predictable in some parts, the series also delivers a couple of great twists by way of Si-on"s beyond and the development which caused it all, which stay one guessing all over all the time.

While the acting isn't similarly just right by all involved, Taecyeon in specific suffering to be watchable, the characters make for some interesting relationships. The most important pair are, above all else, partners and pals and it's stunning that the series does now not let the enchantment between them by some means exchange that. There is respect, there is being concerned and co-operation. The romance itself also is not presented in an overly fairytale-like manner, either characters acknowledging they are at the early stages of liking every other when it does kick in. The secondary characters are, with multiple exceptions, sensible in serving the plot and therefore feel like they belong. And here is the overall feeling the series gives. It had a tale to inform and did it, it felt coherent.

Of course, sure performances aside, as mentioned, the series does have its issues too. While the case-per-episode layout starts things off, it is instantly deserted in prefer of the central plot. While one of the previous instances do come again later on, in some ways, they most commonly feel like an creation and the format switch feels a bit of badly planned. it's also quite irritating that, regardless of Si-on being a robust individual that makes sense and capable despite her pain, she is victimized just about in each episode, to serve the plot and to have Geon-woo save her time and time again. it's the vintage damsel in misery trope and it sounds like a reasonable effort to sauce up the romance and carry Geon-woo, but an needless one, since characterization does it without the desire for turning Si-on into a punching bag for thrills.

Check out even more teasers of drama 'My First Time' with Minho, Kim Min Jae, and guest YoonA!

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Who can say no to more previews of an upcoming drama with Girls" Generation"s YoonA, SHINee"s Minho, and cutie Kim Min Jae? The OnStyle drama "My First Time" (Korean title: Because It"s the primary Time) has released two more teasers for us!

One of them functions YoonA for her cameo in the 1st episode, as Minho"s first love back in prime school. the 2nd one teaser provides a comparison of the clothing worn through the 2 male leads played by Minho and Kim Min Jae.

Girls’ Generation’s YoonA to Make Cameo in Drama Starring SHINee’s Minho

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Girls’ Generation member YoonA might be creating a cameo in the impending OnStyle drama starring her SM Entertainment labelmate SHINee‘s Minho!

A new teaser and stills for the primary episode of the drama “First Time” (working title) were released on September 25. In the teaser, Minho wears a faculty uniform and seems to be completely transfixed as he looks at YoonA. He’s heard saying, “They say that a guy’s first love remains with him to the grave?” There’s then a jump in time, and Minho is shown later in his lifestyles as he tries his good fortune at blind dating.

Drama 'My First Time' (SHINee's Minho, Kim Min Jae, Park So Dam) drops first staff teaser video!

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Upcoming OnStyle drama "My First Time" (literal Korean name translation: Because It"s the primary Time) is gearing up for its premiere date! The drama has released its first teaser featuring your entire forged adding the key famous person SHINee"s Minho, and you'll be ready to tell it"ll be heaps of a laugh about a number of young those who have just grew to become 20.

They discuss their first time with existence experiences, like their first time short of to do something, their first time telling their story, and of course, their first time falling in love.

You too can take a glance at some more released person teasers below. either are beautiful hilarious, and Minho even makes an appearance in one, pronouncing he needs to kiss!

SHINee’s Minho and Park So Dam Are a gorgeous Couple in Teasers for New Drama
Shinee’S Minho And Park So Dam Are A Gorgeous Couple In Teasers For New Drama

SHINee’s Minho and Park So Dam Are a gorgeous Couple in Teasers for New Drama

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Teasers and behind-the-scenes stills from OnStyle‘s usual drama “First Time” (working title) starring SHINee‘s Minho and Park So Dam have been released.

Anticipation rises for this upcoming drama as Minho (playing Yoon Tae Oh), Park So Dam (playing Han Song Yi), and the relaxation of the most important forged are acknowledged to have great chemistry with one another.

The production team stated, “We concept it's going to be tough to have [all the actors] take a set image on a top wall for the teaser images, yet the forged already turned into so close with each and every other that the shoot very smoothly. They chatted and laughed so much, and it created an excessively just right atmosphere. We ended up with such a lot of wonderful footage and it’s hard to make a choice between them.”

Still From SHINee Minho′s New Drama Revealed
Still From Shinee Minho′s New Drama Revealed

Still From SHINee Minho′s New Drama Revealed

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In the photo, Jo Hye Jung, Park Sodam, Min Jin Ho, Kim Min Jae, Lee Lee Kyung and Jung Yoo Jin are noticed sitting on a rooftop posing adorably for the camera.

SHINee Minho Poses with Cast Members of His Upcoming Drama
Shinee Minho Poses With Cast Members Of His Upcoming Drama
SHINee’s Minho promotes TVXQ’s Changmin’s new mini drama “Mimi”
Shinee’S Minho Promotes Tvxq’S Changmin’S New Mini Drama “Mimi”

SHINee’s Minho promotes TVXQ’s Changmin’s new mini drama “Mimi”

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On February 21, SMTOWN Global Twitter was updated with the above photo along with the message, “SHINee”s MINHO supports the drama “Mimi”! TV Drama “Mimi”, starring TVXQ! MAX will be aired tonight”.

The uploaded photo showed Minho holding a small poster of the drama which read, “”Mimi”. Catch the live broadcast at 11 PM KST!…” while posing with his signature smile.

 The drama I found most disappointing in 2013
The Drama I Found Most Disappointing In 2013

The drama I found most disappointing in 2013

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Lee Min Ho did a great job acting like the sensitive, hopeful younger brother--especially because it made him appear as small as he felt even though he was physically large. It was a nice dichotomy between how he acted in school (intimidating guy you do not mess with) and how he acted at home (the baby of the house who wants more attention). Second, the OST. The OST was moving and nice, but rarely do dramas go wrong with OSTs. Third, the dialogue. While the writer did use very unoriginal cliches to propel most of the story forward, she creates amazingly witty dialogues among characters. The tete-a-tetes were all pretty sweet, but a drama can never rely solely on those. Fourth, Bo Na and Chan Young (so cute and may be the other 20%).