Gu Hye Sun's Upcoming Drama

Gu Hye Sun's Upcoming Drama


Goo Hye Sun's new drama BLOOD will be updated in Wandering Thoughts.
I will try to make screen caps/gif and share some thoughts about the drama.


Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Source: catmom@Daum
Category: People & Blogs
Tags: 100223 YStar Star News PERSONAL TASTE POSTER SHOOT P1/2

Source: catmom@Daum
Category: People & Blogs
Tags: 100223 YStar Star News PERSOANL TASTE POSTER SHOOT P1/2

Friday, February 5, 2010

[PREVIEW] MBC TV series "Woman Who Still Wants to Marry"

Actresses Uhm Ji-won, Park Jin-hee and Wang Bitna [MBC]

Actors Lee Pil-mo, Kim Bum and Choi Chul-ho [Lee Ki-bum/Asia Economic Daily]

Sometimes, a title will speak for itself. MBC TV series
"The Woman Who Wants to Marry,"
received strong support from women in 2004 by comically
yet realistically portraying the life of 32-year-old TV reporter
Lee Shin-young (played by Myung Se-bin) who is worried
about work, dating and marriage. A 34-year-old and still
single Lee Shin-young, played by Park Jin-hee this time,
appeared at a press conference for
"The Woman who Still Wants to Marry" (tentative title)
held at the Sherton Grand Walkerhill hotel on Thursday.

Shin-young receives a wedding invitation from co-pilot
Sang-woo (played by Lee Pil-mo) whom she almost got
married to until he had to leave for Washington to undergo
training. She also spots her was-seemingly new perfect
boyfriend with another girl on the scene of a fire at a motel
after having received the most glamorous proposal to be
his girlfriend. And her relationship with blind date Na Ban-suk
(played by Choi Chul-ho) ends up fizzling out after a few
After going through a series of several more such unfortunate
incidents, Shin-young declares she will never marry. But she
unexpectedly falls into love with Ha Min-jae (played by Kim Bum)
whom she runs into at a college she went to give a lecture at.
Meanwhile, her friend and simultaneous translator Da-jung
(played by Uhm Ji-won) has a hard time looking for Mr. Right
while restaurant consultant Boo-gi (Wang Bitna) prefers to
enjoy her life as it comes. It will be interesting to see how
scenarist Kim In-young, who has displayed her talent throughout
the genres of comedy, romance and drama, collaborates with
director Kim Min-shik of MBC's sitcom "Nonstop" series
and TV series "Queen of Housewives" to tell this story
which sounds commonplace yet unpredictable.

Anticipation quotient
If all of your daily drinking buddies are now married: 8
If you cannot imagine going out with a pretty boy around your
nephew's age: 7

"Marry" will not have an easy time up against KBS TV series
"Chuno" which has already surpassed ratings of 20 percent
into its second week of showing and following "Hero" which
ended its run this week with ratings of around five percent.
But like Park Jin-hye says, the difference between the two
dramas could work to the advantage of "Marry" and attract
viewers from the opposite side of the scale. If so, producer
Kim Min-shik's may not be making a hopeful wish by stating,
"If 'Chuno' is about one who chases slaves during the Joseon
Dynasty, we will become the one that chases after 'Chuno'."

Actor Kim Bum [Lee Ki-bum/Asia Economic Daily]

Actor Kim Bum poses during a photo session of a press conference
for the new MBC TV series tentatively titled
"Woman Who Still Wants to Marry" held at the
Sheraton Grand Walkerhill hotel on January 14, 2010

Actor Kim Bum and actress Park Jin-hye [Lee Ki-bum/Asia Economic Daily]

Reporter : Choi Ji-Eun
Editor : Jessica Kim, Jang Kyung-Jin
<ⓒ10Asia All rights reserved>


Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Boys Over Flower scene: The highway kiss...

Let's rewind...
Boys Over Flower may be over for almost a year now, but still, some episodes or scenes will forever be unforgettable not only to viewers but to the actors as well who acted the this hot and passionate kissing scene at the highway where Junpyo told the driver to stop the car and in rebellion, walked towards Jandi, regardless of his mother's anger, and kissed her right at the street in front of everyone who cares to see.

pictures from the final scene:the proposal

"the highway passionate kissing scene"

cre:nora85@soompi/joondi official thread
(check this link to see the gif of the above picture)
Wanna share with you the kiss scene that i love most from BOF I want to see the unedited scene from this kiss where both minho and hyesun said that this kiss was so hot and passionate.. tongue.gif

the interview:

GHS: "The kiss scene with Hyun Joong occurred in the beginning of the drama. The kiss scene with Min Ho occurred later and the situation was different. The Director ordered us to make the kiss without any NG. The scene was to confirm the love between the two characters, so we really focused to make it a good cut. Since my debut, I have never had such a deep kiss as that. The kiss with Hyun Joong was just a touch of lips,,,the kiss with Min Ho was at a whole different rank---a very deep, deep kiss, hahaha. The kiss scene took one hour! For three days after that scene, Minho and I could not even look at each other's face. However, the Editors considered the kiss too much and inappropriate that they added strong backlighting to the kiss before presenting it onscreen. I saw the episode with much editing and regretted that we worked so hard to make it real." (laughter). 입력 : 2009-02-11 05:56:48 이정연 기자 , 임진환 기자

♥ Joondi ♥ Official Thread,

Monday, February 1, 2010

Son Ye Jin as lead actress in Personal Taste opposite Lee Minho...

As confirmed in previous entry, Lee Minho would be playing a pseudo gay character for his upcoming MBC drama Personal Taste. In the drama, Lee Min Ho fakes being gay so he could be a roommate of a girl he likes.

And who’s the lucky lady that gets to act beside Lee Minho? It’s none other than the beautiful Son Ye Jin. Lee Minho’s character’s name is Jun Jin Ho and Son Ye Jin’s character’s name is Park Gae Il.

It’s been almost two years since we’ve seen Son Ye Jin in a drama so many of her fans are pretty excited. You will all have to wait till April to start watching this anticipated drama.

Tagged as: drama, gay, homosexuality, kdrama, lee minho, personal taste, son ye jin

Son Ye-jin to star in new drama with Lee Min-ho
Korean actress Son Ye-jin [Barunson Entertainment]
Korean actress Son Ye-jin is set to play the female
lead role opposite actor Lee Min-ho in a new MBC
drama this coming April,Son's agency said on Monday.

Barunson Entertainment announced through a press
release that the actress has been cast for the role of
Park Gae-in, a furniture designer in her late 20s, in the
drama tentatively titled "Personal Taste."

The TV series, to be based on a novel of the same
name by Korean writer Lee Se-in, will focus on the
story between a woman and man living together,
with the woman thinking the man is homosexual.

Son stated, "The reason I chose this role is because
this year, I wanted to be a part of a bright and happy
drama. I fell in love with the character because she
seems confident while lacking in some ways but at
the same time charming. Overall, the drama seems
light and I feel it will be fun to shoot."

The 28-year-old actress gained popularity in Asia
after appearing in TV series "Summer Scent"
and was commended for her role in films
"The Classic" and "My Wife Got Married",
both of which she won awards for Best Actress.

Reporter : Lucia Hong
Editor : Jessica Kim
<ⓒ10Asia All rights reserved>

Son Ye Jin also starred in the movie April Snow, opposite
Bae Yong Joon and from the Korean drama Summer Scent,
opposite Song Seung Hun.
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