While two-character (in Korean) movies worth 10 billion won (~US$10 million) have been flooding the theaters these days, the audiences are highly excited. "KUNDO : Age of the Rampant" and "Pirates" has been out for a while and currently "The Admiral: Roaring Currents" is causing a syndrome. It"s not that much of a great news for "Sea Fog" but Micky Yoochun says, "I am happy to have just been in that movie because the film itself is amazing".
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"Three Days" is going to be broadcasted on KNTV every Saturday at 8PM. Cable TV DATV is going to broadcast two episodes of 'behind the scenes' footage from "Missing You" and "The Rooftop Prince" on the 15th and 22nd. "The Rooftop Prince" will also contain Micky Yoochun introducing the set to the viewers.
"Missing You" has been spreading romance all over Japan and the drama is scheduled to broadcast on TV Tokyo in April next year. It also helped establish the exclusive fan meeting Micky Yoochun is having in Yokohama on the 9th, this month.
This scene is a part of an intense moment when Han Tae-kyeong (Micky Yoochun) and Yoon Bo-won (Park Ha-seon) collaborate to stop Kim Do-jin's (Choi Won-yeong) scheme.
She tried to copy files on Kim Do-jin's computer but the lock prevented her from doing so. Han Tae-kyeong saw Kim Do-jin coming back but was surprised at something and ran out.
Han Tae-kyeong appeared in front of Kim Do-jin who asked him what he was doing here at this time but he ignored that and looked at someone else. "Why are you here?" he asked.
Han Tae-kyeong solved the codes in the Yang Jin-ri documents relating to his father Han Ki-joon's death and found out about Ri Cheol-gyu (Jang Dong-jik) from North Korea. Ri Cheol-gyu was a witness who knew the truth about the Yang Jin-ri case. Han Tae-kyeong told Lee Dong-hwi (Son Hyeon-joo) to use Ri Cheol-gyu to open a press conference and reveal the truth.
Lee Dong-hwi held a sudden press conference outside the Blue House. Sin Gyu-jin and Kim Do-jin realized this later and pressured Han Tae-kyeong so that Ri Cheol-gyu wasn't able to get there.
Han Tae-kyeong and Ri Cheol-gyu were on their way to the press conference when Kim Do-jin's men surrounded them. Kim Do-jin said, "It's hard to prove the truth with only your statement. I'll give you money, so you can give me the evidence that you have".
On the sixth episode of the SBS drama "Three Days", Lee Cha-yeong (So I-hyeon) was tracking down the EMP bomb when she found out the relationship between the dead Ham Bong-soo (Jang Hyeon-seong), bodyguard Hwang Yoon-jae and the chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff.
The chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff was a brigade commander from when Ham Bong-soo was a soldier 16 years ago. He'd also handed the 'Secret Document 98', which is about the president's (Son Hyeon-joo) plots, to Ham Bong-soo.
Lee Cha-yeong raided the chairman of the Joint Chief of Staff's home thinking they were on the same boat and would've hidden the EMP bomb somewhere.
The staff which he worked with in the movie "Sea Fog" made it comfortable for him to work with the staff in "Three Days" for four months. He thought being too polite might cause awkwardness and discomfort. "It was better for me to approach them than the other way around. I got to know them for four months; eating, drinking and joking around with them".
A press conference was held by the investigators. Han Tae-kyeong was shocked to find out about the work the president and his own father did together. However, he managed to get the president out with Yoon Bo-won (Park Ha-seon) to tell everyone the truth. Han Bong-soo followed Han Tae-kyeong who had the president in an ambulance. The two of them fought for their lives.
Han Bong-soo said, "Now you know everything the president did". Han Tae-kyeong replied, "Stop it. You are the one who taught me how to protect the president".
Lee Dong-hwi heard their struggle and stepped out of the ambulance; although, Yoon Bo-won stopped him. Han Bong-soo pointed a gun at Lee Dong-hwi but Han Tae-kyeong pulled the trigger and stopped him. He fell to the cold ground.
He mentioned the fact that actors in their 20s usually star in mellow dramas and not action ones. He said, "I think a normal persons' story is fun and I feel attracted to those that bring out my emotions and exhaust my body at the same time".