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Miss Conspirator English Subtitles

“I Miss You” starring Yoon Eun Hye and Park Yoo Chun to be dubbed in English
“i Miss You” Starring Yoon Eun Hye And Park Yoo Chun To Be Dubbed In English

“I Miss You” starring Yoon Eun Hye and Park Yoo Chun to be dubbed in English

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The new version will be dubbed in English. MBC shared, “Our goal is to broadcast the drama in America and Europe. After producing an English-dubbed version, we are planning to roll out promotional material for it. Right now, our staff overseas are looking for the perfect recording studio to dub the drama series.

miss A Suzy English Pronunciation, Good or Bad?
Miss A Suzy English Pronunciation, Good Or Bad?

miss A Suzy English Pronunciation, Good or Bad?

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On their way to one of their destinations, Kim Shin Young asked Shelby to pronounce 'Manhattan' and they all followed her pronunciation. After listening to all of them, Shelby said that Suzy's pronunciation was the best but then proceeded to say, 'It sounds like she's from the country,' making everyone laugh.

Viewers who saw Suzy speak in English responded with jokes. "Not sure if it's a compliment or an insult." "If Suzy has a good English pronunciation too, what can't she do?" "Her pronunciation is cute!"

miss A’s Suzy is praised for her excellent English pronunciation
Miss A’S Suzy Is Praised For Her Excellent English Pronunciation

miss A’s Suzy is praised for her excellent English pronunciation

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Hearing all the cast members’ pronunciation, Shelby said, “Suzy’s pronunciation is the best. She sounds like a person from a country.” The native speaker’s remark made everyone laugh hard.

Netizens responded: “Was the remark a compliment of flak?” “She was praised anyway.” “She said ‘sounds like a person from a country.’” “That humiliates the f(X) beauty.”

'Miss Conspirator' has Ko Hyeon-jeong in unfamiliar role
'miss Conspirator' Has Ko Hyeon-Jeong In Unfamiliar Role

'Miss Conspirator' has Ko Hyeon-jeong in unfamiliar role

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Actress Ko Hyeon-jeong returns to the big screen in the new action/comedy "Miss Conspirator". Ko has typically played the role of strong female figures in positions of power, most notably seen in "Queen Seon-deok" (2009) and "Daemul - Big Thing" (2010), in which she played Korea's first female president.This time, however, Ko's role has taken a 180-degree turn. In "Miss Conspirator" she plays a disoriented woman with a social phobia. General reaction to the film after its first screening was not too enthusiastic. But despite the criticism, Ko's stardom alone has attracted significant attention. The JoongAng Ilbo sat down with Ko on Wednesday to find out what she hides under her charismatic appearance. In the middle of the interview she kept saying, "Am I doing this right? If not, let me know. Tell me if I am saying something strange". Perhaps the timid role she plays in this film is not mismatching after all. Q. Is this the first commercial film you've starred in?A. Actually it's just the first in three years. Last time was when I starred in "Actresses" in 2009. When I received the scripts for "Miss Conspirator", I read them very carefully because the producers were close friends of mine. I felt like this was the last chance for me to play characters like Chun Su-ro. If I get older, I can't play this kind of character anymore. So I took the chance. I've always played characters that are strong and have charisma. Chun Su-ro is a nerdy and timid character, which is fairly new to me.

You've played mostly charismatic characters in the past? Since my comeback to film and television following the divorce with Chung Yong-jin, vice chairman of Shinsegae Group people treated me like a real adult. I guess it is obvious because I've married and have children. But I felt like I was not yet a complete adult. I was still immature and unskilled in certain aspects. But in order to live up to that image people have of me, I had to pretend to be a charismatic and a strong person. I simply had to remind myself to be strong. But this time it was difficult because I had to take out the timid side of me that was hiding inside. Did you perhaps want to change the image people have of you through this film? I am not the type of person who plans ahead and follows through with plans. I personally don't like changing myself either. However, I do want to show everything when I work in a film. Regardless of the types of characters I play, I don't change myself to act that character. I want to show everything that I have to play one character. Did you find any similarities between you and Chun Su-ro, the character you played?I think so, in some aspects. I do not have a social phobia, but I don't really go out that often, either. That felt like a similarity. It was helpful in acting it out in the film.There was a director change while it was in production. Were there difficulties while filming? Yes, there were some difficulties we had to face during the production. Those difficult times strengthened me and gave me the sense of responsibility to endure to the end. It had to be finished, and we did it. Was there any particular scene that was difficult to play?Chun Su-ro is a disoriented person. If I exaggerate my actions it may seem prejudiced toward disoriented people. The difficult task I had was to act without giving people any uncomfortable feelings.By Im Ju-ri

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Ko Hyeon-Jeong's "miss Conspirator" Ranks First Place

Ko Hyeon-jeong's "Miss Conspirator" ranks first place

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"Miss Conspirator" was the talk of issue for the love line between Ko Hyeon-jeong and Yoo Hae-jin. Social disorder Cheon Soo-ro (Ko Hyeon-jeong) gets involved with the biggest crime organization in the country and grows to become the biggest crime queen.

Added VIP premiere video for the upcoming Korean movie
Added Vip Premiere Video For The Upcoming Korean Movie "miss Conspirator"

Added VIP premiere video for the upcoming Korean movie "Miss Conspirator"

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"Miss Conspirator" (2012)Directed by Park Cheol-kwanWith Ko Hyeon-jeong, Yoo Hae-jin, Seong Dong-il, Lee Moon-sik, Ko Chang-seok, Park Sang-yeon-I,...SynopsisWhat happens when a disoriented woman with a grave social phobia loses something that belongs to one of the biggest organized crime gangs in Korea, and needs to get it back before a bullet strikes her head- Sheer chaos ensues and that is what evidently happens in this upcoming movie "Miss Conspirator".Ko Hyeon-jeong stars as Chun Su-ro, a geeky cartoonist with constant panic attacks, has debilitating phobia of all forms of social interaction.When a drug lord persuades Chun to deliver a birthday cake secretly filled with drugs to one of his accomplices, she unsuspectingly agreesand somehow gets infiltrated in a complicated drug deal followed closely by the police.As well as for the blended package of comedy, action and romantic comedy, "Miss Conspirator" is very much awaited by the upcoming Korean audience because the movie was directed by Park Cheol-kwan, who produced the hit action comedy film "Hi, Dharma" (2001).Expectations are indeed high and many are curious to see whether the lead character Chun is as innocent as we all first thought.Release date in Korea : 2012/06/21

Metaphors of a woman’s life: Miss Conspirator #queenseondeok #kstars
Metaphors Of A Woman’S Life: Miss Conspirator #queenseondeok #kstars

Metaphors of a woman’s life: Miss Conspirator #queenseondeok #kstars

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What made me pause and think about this a little bit more was that, whether it was intentional or I saw it on my own, there’s a distinct metaphor of how hard a woman’s life can turn out to be, in a world where, even though everyone everywhere preaches and boasts equality, men more often than not tend to have the upper hand on things; but, more than that, from a general point of view, how the tiniest casual mistake, or even simply being in the wrong place at the wrong moment can turn around an entire life.

While quality-wise the trailer hasn’t made a big impact on me, it’s a little too long for my tastes –or rather, the repetitive scheme on a video that long wearies the eye after a while– the contents were interesting enough to think “Hm, I would like to watch it”, so it was an efficient enough presentation, despite the screenplay not being particularly impressive.

Points in advance already go to Ko Hyun-Jung, for displaying brilliantly quite the deep journey from the panicked naïve and innocent girl to the more hard-minded woman ready for anything, who’s just “doing what a girl’s gotta do” to get away in a situation where men bare their teeth and stomp their feet…

Added music video for the upcoming Korean movie
Added Music Video For The Upcoming Korean Movie "miss Conspirator"

Added music video for the upcoming Korean movie "Miss Conspirator"

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"Miss Conspirator" (2012)Directed by Park Cheol-kwanWith Ko Hyeon-jeong, Yoo Hae-jin, Seong Dong-il, Lee Moon-sik, Ko Chang-seok, Park Sang-yeon-I,...SynopsisA woman with panic disorder accidently throws away some drugs that were given to her and ends up looking for them with a crime organization. Ko Hyeon-jeong is in the lead role.Release date in Korea : 2012/06/21

HD main trailer released for the upcoming Korean movie
Hd Main Trailer Released For The Upcoming Korean Movie "miss Conspirator"

HD main trailer released for the upcoming Korean movie "Miss Conspirator"

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A woman with panic disorder accidently throws away some drugs that were given to her and ends up looking for them with a crime organization. Ko Hyeon-jeong is in the lead role.

Added new posters for the upcoming Korean movie
Added New Posters For The Upcoming Korean Movie "miss Conspirator"

Added new posters for the upcoming Korean movie "Miss Conspirator"

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A woman with panic disorder accidently throws away some drugs that were given to her and ends up looking for them with a crime organization. Ko Hyeon-jeong is in the lead role.