8 Dramas We Can’t Agree with Are Over 10 Years Old

8 Dramas We Can’t Agree with Are Over 10 Years Old

8 Dramas We Cant Consider Are Over 10 Years Oldamycwang93 July 26, 2016 0 8 Dramas We Cant Believe Are Over 10 Years Old It more or less feels that each and every fourth dimensionI'mgazing a new drama, I am hearing critics rave that this one is undying and may be remembered by ability ofa long time down the road. Who knows, perhaps ten years from now on, I can exist writing an editorial alongsidethe similarprecisesuggestedyetit'll be about Descendants of the Sun or My Love From the Star. But here in the now, this list we have got put in combination are one of the vitallargest hits from back in the day and truthfully, its hard to believe that it has already been 10years since their release.

Goong used to bethe easiest hybrid of beyond and provide where trendyfacultylady Chae Kyung  (Yoon Eun Hye) meets Prince Shin (Joo Ji Hoon) in an alternative Korea where the rustic is still governed by a monarchy and an imperial family. This drama has just the volume of evil plotting mothers, adorable school boys, and a surprisingly slow budding romance to most sensible information technology all off. Their notedside road kiss scene is still one of the maximum romantic things a guy may do to a woman and has discovered its way to many couples bucket lists during the last decade. Watch the scene below!

In the summer of 2005, we were all blessed by the drama My Call Is Kim Sam Soon for lots of reasons. We were now notsimplestpresented to Hyun Bin who went directly toturn intoa big star in the industry, but we were also brought to a new form of love line that incorporates a more youthfulguy and older woman, or more frequentlyreferred to as a noona romance. My Name Is Kim Sam Soon is witty, funny, bold, and romantic. The sock check by blood kind is anything that still remains popularly used by viewers. 

This Taiwanese dramas free up dates back to July 2006, precisely ten years ago, and completed in November of that year. This will also be avintage tale of worlds colliding and opposites attracting. What makes Smiling Pasta stand out is the fantastic soundtrack featuring the most important male lead, Nicholas Teo. If his soulful voice doesnt convince you to watch, then maybe his co-star who plays his bad boy brother is more your vibe. 

Snow Queen is exactly what you'llunderstand from the title. The tale strongly follows a feminine lead whose center is bloodless equally ice and slowly melts due to, marvel surprise, the male lead! But of course, the mystery lies in why those characters are the manner they are. Not just does the solidshow off frozen personalities, they don'tappear to bethey have gotelderlyan afternoon and are frozen in appearances. Sung Yuri and Hyun Bin glance exactly an identical directly than when they starred in this drama in 2006. 

For people who claim to be a Taiwanese drama fan, this drama is no doubt on their list of will have to watches. Satan Beside You reveals several standard drama tale lines embodied into one drama. Step siblings falling in love, bad boy captivates great girl, and such a lot more. Not to mention, theres slightlya piece of basketball concerned for sports lovers. Mike He's the epitome of a bad boy attracted to the blameless and Rainie Yang does a wonderfulprocess as the feminine lead in all her innocence.

Spring Waltz is the general installment to director Yoon Seok Hos season-themed dramas. Following the releases of Autumn in My Heart in 2000, Wintry weather Sonata in 2002, and Summer Smell in 2003, Spring Waltz released in the, surprise, spring of 2006 and incorporatedall of the heart-wrenching componentsnoticed in its predecessors. From formative yearsbuddies to fanatics with haunting pasts, audiencewould have to lookout man the two jump thrua massive number of hoops only to be left with unanswered questions and an open-ended conclusion left to the audiences interpretation. 

Jewel in the Palace, which could also be ranked as the 10th highest rated K-drama of all time, making it trulya countrywide jewel, truly drew on viewers from far and wide the world. The drama appeals to all age teams and not gonna lie, here'salmost certainly because nobody give notice say no to food. Also, feminine empowerment is at all timeswanted in media and television representation, which contributes to the legacy of the drama for over 12 years. 

It Began With a Kissit started with a kissLast, but not least, It Started With a Kiss is any other classic that any avid Taiwanese drama fan would recommend. A forced assemblyviacircle of relatives blossoms into an enduring love from the 2folks yous least be expecting it from. And earlier thanthese sorts ofexisting actors were giving the cold shoulder on screen, Joe Cheng has had it mastered for over 10 years. Without reference to the dramas age, this is a highly counseled drama for the ones school ladiesavailable in the market who wonder when their overwhelm will be aware them. It supplies viewers hope and teaches ladies to be robust and autonomous and to paintingstough for what you want.

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'Mask' Is One Of The Most Over-The-Top K-Dramas, In Recent Years

'Mask' Is One Of The Most Over-The-Top K-Dramas, In Recent Years

(Photo : SBS ) The SBS melodrama "Mask" continued its climactic spiral with an action-packed episode on July 23. "Mask" falls within a genre of Korean drama known as makjang, a type of series or plot element which reels in viewers with over-the-top storylines. The phrase, "that"s so makjang" is often spoken by characters in dramas like "Angry Mom" and is used to illustrate ridiculous or seemingly impossible circumstances. With "Mask," audiences are challenged to embrace the otherworldly nature of this genre, where the world appears to be crumbling around the protagonists.

Episode 18 of the series includes death, arson, attempted murder by fire or drowning, and additional attempts at blackmail. As the episode unfolds, viewers must heavily rely on suspension of disbelief, as the lines between good and evil are clearly delineated.

Audiences are encouraged to believe that Byun Ji Sook (Soo Ae) is wholeheartedly innocent, even after assuming the identity of the deceased heiress, Seo Eun Ha. Choi Min Woo (Joo Ji Hoon) is both innocuous and love-struck, whose blindness for the faults of humanity allows him to follow the vacation plans of his sister (Yoo In Young) and brother-in-law (Yeon Jung Hoon).

The fact that Min Woo and Ji Sook willingly traveled to an isolated cabin with their deadly in-laws is the most unrealistic aspect of "Mask."

Screenwriter Choi Ho Chul previously upped the ante of makjang with the 2013 drama, "Secret Love." In "Secret Love," Ji Sung and Hwang Jung Eum embark on an ill-fated relationship that is fraught with accusations of murder, attempts toblackmail and kidnapping. Ironically, audiences continue to discuss the product placement in the series of T.G.I Friday"s as one of the least believable aspects of "Secret Love."

While Hwang Jung Eum received a bakery at the end of "Secret Love," the Angel in Us cafe is conveniently waiting for Ji Sook.

Perhaps, "Mask" will conclude with a happy ending for Ji Sook and Min Woo, even if Ji Sook admits to here in-laws that she assumed another woman"s identity.

What are your thoughts on the over-the-top nature of "Mask?" Do you like watching K-Dramas that are so melodramatic? Comment below.


About the writer: Adrienne Stanley is a contributing editor for KDramastars. She is also a contributing writer for KpopStarz, MTV Iggy, Viki and CJ Entertainment"s KCON blog. Her passions include a love of K-pop and Asian drama. When she is not writing, she is hanging out on Twitter (@retrogirladdy).


Look back at all dramas of the 22 years old Actress Han Groo

Look back at all dramas of the 22 years old Actress Han Groo

Introducing…Rising Young Actress Han Groo

The name Han Groo (real name Min Hanguru) may not mean much to some K-drama viewers, but her face will bring up that “Aah! I’ve seen her!” moment. Within the last 3 years, she’s steadily adding to her resume as an actress to keep an eye on. She’s only 22, but she’s acted alongside some very well known faces such as Jo Jae Hyun, Kim Young Kwang, Kim Hae Sook. and Park Hyo Joo. Let’s take a look at some notable roles in her career so far and what she’s done may surprise you.

Han Groo…the K-pop star?

Bet you didn’t know that Han Groo actually started off a singer, did you? Coming from a family with a director father and former model mother, she has always wanted to be an actress, but her agency convinced her to become a singer first. She released her debut mini album in 2011 titled Groo One and the digital single “My Boy,” she was even nominated at Best New Female Artist at the 2011 Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA). Unfortunately (or fortunately?), she said that her real passion was acting and mentioned how hard it was to stand out among the girl groups. I wouldn’t be opposed to her making her comeback as a singer, she learned to dance while living in the US (Arizona to be more specific).

“Girl K” 


In this three episode drama special, Han Groo played Cha Yeon Jin, a high school student who’s mother is killed in front of her. She later discovers her mother was affiliated with a secret government agency and was killed when she attempted to run away. Yeon Jin vows to catch her mother’s killer by joining SS1 while juggling school. This role was Groo’s debut performance as an actress and showed her versatility right away. She did most of her own stunts since she learned martial arts while living in China. Want to watch a revenge thriller starring a strong female lead? This one may be for you. Another bonus? It’s only three episodes long!

“Can We Get Married”


After starring in a supporting role in the daily drama “Just Like Today,” Han Groo was cast as second lead in the jTBC drama “Can We Get Married“alongside Sung Joon, Jung So Min, and Kim Young Kwang. Here she plays Min Dong Bi, Hye Yoon’s best friend and Ki Joong’s on-off again girlfriend. Dong Bi can initially be seen as a character who seems to not know what she wants, but after a while we’re shown she’s scarred and very scared to reveal her past to others. Eventually, you learn to sympathize with Dong Bi and want for her to be truly be happy.

“Marriage Without Love (Marriage Not Dating)”


In her most recent role, Han Groo plays Joo Jang Mi, department store worker who still believes in love despite not being so great at it. In the beginning we may think she’s very clingy and very naive for being so gullible when it comes to love, but we’re shown that she has a fear of being alone from a traumatizing childhood experience. Jang Mi is a character you can hate, love, and sympathize with because you can relate to her on different levels. Her relationship with Gong Gi Tae (Yeon Woo Jin) grows very naturally throughout the story and you can see where she begins to change his outlook on marriage while he helps her with her view on relationships. “Marriage Without Love” is Groo’s first lead role in a full length drama and shows even though she’s 22, she’s an actress who is slowly making a name for herself.

Think you’ve seen her somewhere else? Han Groo also had supporting roles in “Scandal: A Shocking and Wrongful Incident”


and One Warm Word


If my rambling interested you, follow her on Instagram: hanguru0529 to keep up with her latest activities!


Korean Reel Couples reunite in dramas after many years

Korean Reel Couples reunite in dramas after many years

Drama productions actually prefer bringing back old couples whenever the casting of the drama becomes difficult or runs into a limit. For them, it would be much easier to work again with the old reel couples which made them feel more at ease because of they have worked with them before. Some just nods to disagreement whenever they heard of old couples reuniting in one drama. But, apparently, more viewers look forward to how this reel couple would bring their characters out again after these long years.

Nowadays, the focus has been with Kwon Sang Woo and Choi Ji Woo. It has been confirmed that the Korean stars will take the lead roles in the upcoming SBS drama “Temptation”. It has been said that much pressure has been put to these two since more viewers anticipate how much they have changed or if they have actually changed for better actors or maybe, worse actors.

Korean Reel Couples reunite in dramas after many years

This will be their first project together in 11 years since their 2003 drama “Stairway to Heaven”.

However, reuniting reel couples seemed to be on trend nowadays. Aside from Choi Ji Woo and Kwon Sang Woo, many reel couples have reunited in one drama after many years.

Korean Reel Couples reunite in dramas after many years

Such actors like Lee Joon Ki and Nam Sang Mi, Jang Hyuk and Jang Na-ra, and lastly, Lee Dong Wook and Lee Da Hae, have reunited in dramas as a couple after having their projects years ago.

Lee Joon Ki and Nam Sang Mi will take the lead roles for “Gunman in Joseon” which will premiere on June 25 on KBS2. Official posters and teasers have been recently released. Meanwhile, the couple first had their project back in their 2007 drama “Time Between Dog and Wolf”.

Korean Reel Couples reunite in dramas after many years

Lee Da Hae and Lee Dong Wook, on the other hand, have also reunited with their ongoing drama “Hotel King” which is still on air on MBC. The drama premiered in April. Lee Da Hae and Lee Dong Wook really took off as a couple when they starred in their MBC drama “My Girl” back in 2005.

Recently, Jang Na Ra and Jang Hyuk have also confirmed to star in the remake of a Taiwanese drama, “Fated to Love You”, which will reunite them as a couple. Jang Hyuk and Jang Na-ra worked together as a couple in their 2002 drama “Bright Girl’s Success”.

These reel couples have become a trend and viewers and netizens are anticipating how these couples would work out in their perspective projects once again. These reunions result to better a relationship and faith within these actors. It allows them to acknowledge each other’s skills and talents once again.


What Do You Do After K-Dramas And Being Lost For Seven Years Ask Actress Yun Jin Kim.

What Do You Do After K-Dramas And Being Lost For Seven Years Ask Actress Yun Jin Kim.


What Do You Do After K-Dramas And Being “Lost” For Seven Years? Ask Actress Yun Jin Kim. Yun Jin KimWhen actress Yun Jin Kim, played castaway Sun Hwa Kwon on the popularTV show "Lost," it was probably the first time most American viewersever listened to a televised conversation in Korean.

Sun was having those conversations with her onscreen husband Jin SooKwon, played by Daniel Dae Kim. Their back-story ran along the lines of akdrama plot. Sun's father was a powerful wealthy man. Jin was poor.Sun's parents set her up with someone else. But she wound up falling forJin who went to work for her father. Their story was not likely to havea romantic kdrama ending. It was more like a melodrama. Theircharacter's marriage was so bad it could only improve when their planecrashed in the Pacific and left them on a mysterious island.

Yun Jin Kim appeared in 114 episodes of the television show. Herportrayal of Sun made her was one of viewers' favorite characters andthey faithfully followed her story for almost seven years.

Although the actress immigrated to America with her parents when shewas 10, she also had a career in Korea, appearing in film and TVprojects.

After attending performing arts high school, the actress earned adegree in drama from Boston University, studying dance and martial artson the side. She had several small roles but after starring in "SplendidHoliday," kdrama shot in New York, she decided to return to Korea. Shethen played the role of Gina in the drama "Wedding Dress."

She had a breakthrough in the film, "Shiri," the biggest grossingKorean film until 1999 and followed that role by appearing in "TheLegend of Gingko."

Kim went on to play in a Japanese film and another Korean film before taking the role of Sun in "Lost."

No one could predict how long that show would run or how fanaticalits fans would become. The show's location would also serve as abackdrop for an important event in Kim's life. In 2010, after shootingher final scenes in the drama, she married her former manager JeongHyeok Park on the island of Oahu.

So, what do you do after kdramas and appearing on "Lost" for sevenyears? The actress was recently cast in a new series, "Mistresses," aremake of the BBC series of the same name. In this series she will playKaren, a therapist, who has an affair with her patient.


SONEs percentage compilation of Yoona’s evolving good looks over the years

SONEs percentage compilation of Yoona’s evolving good looks over the years

10kstocksShare on FacebookShare on Twitter Despite the reality thatthere are a lot ofstunningfeminine idols in the K-pop industry, theres for sure that Girls GenerationYoona is regarded asone of the mostbest visuals. 

In fact, since the instant she debuted, the SM Entertainment singer has been praised for her sublimeattractiveness and aura. And despite the fact that Yoona at all times looks beautiful, fans recently compiled some of her maximummythical moments throughout history that were captured on camera, appearing how her cosmetic has evolved.

Find out what Netizens had to mention about this text below!

Koreaboo has amassed reactions from Netizens who commented at thecommon article from our Korean source. The beneath comments are the preferred comments at the time of this article being published.

90, 12 Seriously the most pretty in the arena ㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠㅠ

88, 10 Gotta admit that shes gorgeous

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The funniest product placements on Korean dramas

The funniest product placements on Korean dramas

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterProduct placements in Korean dramas were the consistentpuppy peeves from their avid fans. Recently, a post about the funniest placements has been published! 

In a post on Today’s Humour, netizens have indexed down the funniest product placements they'vediscovered on their favorite Korean dramas. Amongthe preferred ones discussed are the peppers featured on the FoxyUnmarried Lady, the hen chain Chicken Maru on Innocent with Song Joong Ki coincidentally gambling the role of a guy named Maru, and a logo of a meat processing corporate on duration drama Jang Adequate Jung amongst many others.

Other incidences said were observed from Shining Inheritance where it promoted Samsung’s Galaxy Tab and Dong Won’s Tuna on Naeil’s Cantabile. 

As the comments’ segmentused to be flooded via netizens, other funny produce placements spotted on dramas were Ryu Shampoo on Doctors, Yook Sunjae on a unicycle scooter and more.

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Has K-Pop Long gone From Conservative To Hyper-Sexualized In Contemporary Years Perhaps Not.

Has K-Pop Long gone From Conservative To Hyper-Sexualized In Contemporary Years Perhaps Not.

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterWith many feminine idols dressed in incredibly revealing clothing on degree recently, many fan are claiming that K-Pop is changing intoincreasingly sexualized. 

In fact, many lovers have criticized entertainment firms for dressing young female idols inappropriately, claiming that the culture of K-pop has replacedsignificantlyall over the years. However, a contemporary online post sharing screen shots of performances from over a decade ago has contested those claims, insisting that female idols had been wearing revealing outfits because the early 2000s and that the sexualization of ladyworkforceparticipants is not anything new.

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Park Shin-hye, Kim Woo-bin, Lee Jong-suk: 3  pals dominate weekday dramas

Park Shin-hye, Kim Woo-bin, Lee Jong-suk: 3 pals dominate weekday dramas

Park Shin-hye, Kim Woo-bin, and Lee Jong-suk, the 3buddies of same age are dominating the drama global from Monday to Thursday. Park Shin-hye, Kim Woo-bin, and Lee Jong-suk worked with every other old and still stay their friendship.

Park Shin-hye co-starred with Kim Woo-bin in SBS 'Heirs' and with Lee Jong-suk in SBS "Pinocchio" previously. Kim Woo-bin and Lee Jong-suk also co-starred in KBS 2TV's 'School 2013'. As the 3 friends, who worked in combination in the similar dramas previously, and each one of them headline the latelybegan dramas right through the identical time period, their appearance and the dramas are drawing attention.

The one that went first used to be Park Shin-hye. She conquered the Monday Tuesday dramas with her role Yoo Hye-jeong, in SBS "Doctors", which premiered on June 20th. Here's her drama comeback in twelve months and six months since her appearance in SBS "Pinocchio", She displays off the candy chemistry with Kim Rae-won, which majorly contributed to the dominance a selection of the Monday Tuesday dramas.

Following after the good fortune of Park Shin-hye with her Monday Tuesday drama, Kim Woo-bin and Lee Jong-suk are competing immediatelyat some degree inan identical airtime. As Kim Woo-bin's "Uncontrollably Fond" premiered on July 6th started out at a neaterposition earlier, Lee Jong-suk is chasing heavily later his easiest friend with "W", which started two weeks later.

Park Shin-hye secured the primary place among Monday Tuesday dramas. Lee Jong-suk's "W" is goodat the back of Kim Woo-bin's "Uncontrollably Fond" through the tight 1.6% (Nielsen Korea, nationwide). The maximum productivepals are competing with every other.

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“Choco Bank,” Starring EXO’s Kai, Ranks First Among  Internet Dramas For 1st Part Of 2016

“Choco Bank,” Starring EXO’s Kai, Ranks First Among Internet Dramas For 1st Part Of 2016

Choco Bank, Starring EXOs Kai, Ranks First AmongInternet Dramas For 1st Part Of 2016kminjungee July 19, 2016 0 Choco Bank, Starring EXOs Kai, Ranks First Amongst Web Dramas For 1st Half Of 2016 On July 20, Cons TV, a channel for web dramas, published their list of web dramas with the absolute bestselection ofperspectives for the primary half of 2016.

Starring EXOs Kai and actress Park Eun Bin, Choco Bank with ease takes first position with just about 9.5 million views. Marking 7 million views more than IHQs Nightmare Teacher, Choco Bank is reportedly popular for its relatable issues of folks in their 20s, their dreams, and how the genuineglobal reflects those things.

Second-place Nightmare Instructor is a romantic comedy this is lauded for being well-made and praised for its stellar forgedthat comes with Uhm Ki Joon, Kim So Hyun, and BTOBs Minhyuk.

In 3rd home and fourth place are two returning web dramas, The Cravings Season 2, and Oh Gu Sil Season 2. Meanwhile, OnStyles Beautiology 101 ranks fifth, whilstIn a position For Get started and Day after today Boy take 6th and 7th identify respectively.

Cons Television comments, The 1st half of 2016 used to be a time where the marketplace for web dramas, which churned out many trending productions ultimate year, in any case stabilized and solidified its role with killer content material.

Catch the entire episodes of Choco Bank on Viki, beginning with the first actual episode below!

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