7 Onscreen Siblings Whose Chaotic Relationships Put The Drama In K Drama

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7 Onscreen Siblings Whose Chaotic Relationships Put The Drama In K-Drama
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7 Onscreen Siblings Whose Chaotic Relationships Put The Drama In K-Drama

Weve seen a myriad of families in K-dramas, and have watched their interactions and all the ups and downs. There are so many different bonds to explore, but sometimes a particular dynamic in a relationship is just a little more interesting on screen. Super loving parents are swell, but the bickering ones are more fun; seeing the grandchild get frustrated with a grandparents lack of knowledge about current fads can produce plenty of laughs.

But the most fun K-drama family dynamic is probably the one between siblings. While cute, adoring siblings who want to do everything for their sibling is really sweet, its not nearly as exciting as watching a sister fight with her brother, princes committing all sorts of atrocities against one another to get the throne, or sitting on the edge of our seats waiting for that sibling to finally snap and put the troublesome one in their place.

Park Hae Jin and Ji Chang Wook selected as top Wed-Thurs drama actors
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Park Hae Jin and Ji Chang Wook selected as top Wed-Thurs drama actors

The Korean Brand Research Instituteanalyzed a total of 50 drama actors from April 20-May 21 by researching brand data, drama viewer ratings, media, and community interest for the 'Best Wednesday/Thursday Drama Actor.'

SEE ALSO: Park Hae Jin confirms his next small screen project, 'Four People'!

Actor Park Hae Jin, who's starring in JTBC's 'Man to Man',took the top spot, whileJi Chang Wook, who's starring in SBS' 'Suspicious Partner', came in 2nd place.

Currently, the leading Wednesday/Thursday drama is MBC's 'Ruler: Master of the Mask' with the 8th episode of the historical drama reaching 13.4%. SBS''Suspicious Partner'brought in a viewer rating of 7.4% (Nielson Korea).

Song Joong Ki, Song Hye Kyo Dating: Song-Song Couple Having Rough Patch? ‘Werewolf Boy’, ‘Full House’ Star To Reunite In New Drama
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Song Joong Ki, Song Hye Kyo Dating: Song-Song Couple Having Rough Patch? ‘Werewolf Boy’, ‘Full House’ Star To Reunite In New Drama

Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Kyo dating rumor don't seem to stop surfacing anytime soon. While there hasn't been any statement from either of the stars, the Song-Song couple is rumored to have ended their alleged relationship.

A report from Korea Portal suggests Song Joong Ki and Song Hye Kyo might be having a rough patch in their relationship. The couple hasn't been seen together either on TV or in public, the couple reportedly just drifted and agreed to part ways.

The news outlet continued, the alleged breakup was caused by jealousy, although it was speculated that Song Joong Ki was quite upset upon finding out he lost the Best Actor title to "Goblin" star, Gong Yoo. While it seems unlikely, a little while ago Song Hye Kyo just expressed her compliments to Gong Yoo and hoped that someday she and Gong Yoo could work together in a drama.

[Spoiler] Added episodes 9 and 10 captures for the Korean drama 'Man to Man'
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[Spoiler] Added episodes 9 and 10 captures for the Korean drama 'Man to Man'

Added episodes 9 and 10 captures for the Korean drama "Man to Man" (2017)

Directed by Kim Sang-ho-I, Lee Chang-min-I

Written by Kim Won-seok-II

With Park Hae-jin, Park Sung-woong, Kim Min-jeong, Yeon Jeong-hoon, Chae Jeong-an, Jeong Man-sik,...

16 episodes - Fri, Sat 23:00

This drama depicts stories between an actor, who has been living as a celebrity star for a long time, and a bodyguard with special investigation rights endowed, who becomes the star's bodyguard by some inevitable circumstances.

[HanCinema's Drama Review]
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[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Circle" Episode 1

"Circle" enters the drama game today and expectations are high for a genre so rarely loved by Korean film and television. The episode introduces both timelines, their characters and the two mysteries which will unfold through their adventures. These mysteries are instantly engaging, the characters easy to feel attachment to and the pop culture references and homages abundant. There is a lot to talk about, so here we go.

Before talking about the human and by far best element of the series, I have to say that I am surprised by how rich the world-building in "Circle" is. From the written to the mise-en-scne this is a series which makes its setting clear. This is especially crucial in 2037, because the creators face the challenge of presenting a foreign world. From the masks carried by Normal Earth inhabitants to the giant, narcissistic phallic buildings of Smart Earth, everything paints a clear image.