I wanted to post a picture of legit badass, Lee Si Young for this “Lookout” teaser, but she was moving too fast. You’ll have to settle for Kim Young Kwang instead. Also, in case you don’t know, the music is “Immigrant Song” by Led Zeppelin. Try it next time you’re at the noraebang if you want to break your vocal chords.
New “Fight My Way” teaser features Park Seo Joon shirtless. Should I take that as a good sign?
Well, someone needed to. Thanks, Gong Yoo! Gong Yoo Speaks Out About Working Conditions Of K-Drama Filming Crews
Yoo Ah In wrote a message for the new president of Korea on his Instagram.
And the winner of the ratings war is… “Ruler: Master of the Mask” Ranks First In Viewership Ratings With Premiere Episode
I’m pretty excited to see a sci-fi drama, and no, “My Love from the Stars” didn’t count. tvN’s Upcoming Sci-Fi Drama “Circle” To Air Special Preview Episode
He probably saw Jung Woo Sung’s pants and just gave up. Kim Soo Hyun is Handsome as Usual on Top but Ahjumma Pants on Bottom at Movie Premiere
Lee Min Ho will ride into the army on a wave of coffee and his fan’s tears. Lee Min Ho Reveals His Last Commercial Shoot
This drama looks like it could be fun. Maybe I’m too optimistic? Character Posters For Ji Hyun Woo, Seohyun, And More Released For Upcoming MBC Drama
The Yoo Ah In link goes to Instagram with no translation and I didn’t see his name there. Would there perhaps be a different link to an article or something that tells us what he said to the new Prez?
And I’m surprised (but I shouldn’t be) that Ji Chang Wook’s new show isn’t doing better in S. Korea. He’s wildly popular throughout the rest of Asia but his dramas don’t do well at home. This frustrates me personally, because this has caused him to spend time making dramas outside S. Korea which have been terrible (imo) or else unavailable to watch (at least for those of us in the U.S.).
I ran Yoo Ah In’s instagram post through Google Translate to figure out what he’s saying… I probably should have posted it, my apologies. Here it is, though: “Hongsick country down country. Presidential President. The Gwanghwamun period, when the people revealed candles. Instead of standing on top of it, stand in the middle and make a better Republic of Korea. It was an excellent inaugural address that conveyed goodwill and justice, flexibility and tolerance, strength and balance. I expect such a country, such a president, as one of the people. I will join you. Congratulations. # Republic of Korea # President # Math #respect # REAL🇰🇷KOREA”.
It’s a shame that “Suspicious Partner” isn’t doing well… that said, I haven’t tried it yet either. Should I? Is it worth a watch?
Thanks so much for responding, and with the translation. That makes so much sense (I’m surprised because sometimes the machine translations are, you know…) Also, I didn’t know Yoo Ah in’s screen name (real name) so it wouldn’t have mattered if the English translating had been included.
Suspicious Partner, so far, really cute and fun plus…Ji Chang Wook. What more can you ask for?
But if you’re not watching Chicago Typewriter, you should be. 🙂 It gets off to a slow start but from episode 6, suddenly began to fulfill all my Kdrama wishes. It’s worth the time it takes to establish the characters.
If you’re a Yoo Ah in fan, check out this recent interview for W magazine
Thanks for the heads up, on the article and the shows! I’m giving “Chicago Typewriter” and “Suspicious Partner” a try. Also, yes, I am a Yoo Ah In fan… so I’ll be reading this right after.
Watch for the links as it’s a 3-part interview.