Years ago I begged my mother to let me play a Korean movie (My Sassy Girl) on the big television in the living-room. She begrudgingly agreed and joined me out of sheer boredom. A week later, my mother crossed the threshold of my bedroom and said, Can we watch that movie again? Fast-forward three months later, and she was choosing dramas on her own, playing K-pop in the car, and debating which male actor was the hottest. So the moment My Sassy Girl was announced as being in pre-production, I knew I wanted to watch it.
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KBS2 began airing Queen for 7 Days last week, a new Wednesday-Thursday historical romance that will run for 20 episodes. The drama stars Park Min Young, Yeon Woo Jin, and Lee Dong Gun. It is based on the historical figures Queen Dangyeong and King Joongjong, and the story of how Lady Shin became queen, only to be expelled from her position seven days later.
The first two episodes offer plenty of back-story into the main characters and promise plenty of court drama and a possible tragic love-story. Of course, Queen for 7 Days is competing with an already impressive line-up of historical dramas, so will it survive the test? I hope so.
The wait is finally over. You no longer have to count down the days to see Yoon Shi Yoon, because hes finally here.
Or was it was the cutie Kim Min Jae you were hoping to see?
Or perhaps, ASTROs Cha Eun Woo?
Or maybe you were just hoping to get a glimpse of Lee Kwang Soos and Jang Hyuks cameos.
Whoever you were hoping to see, they all made an appearance within the first four episodes, and we had stupid smiles on our faces the entire time.
Action, mystery, murder, and a handsome male lead. K-dramaland has definitely not been short of these elements these days. With the success of hits like, Signal, Tunnel, and Voice, it seems like audiences are craving more of these types of storylines. In case you wanted to add one more title to the list of ongoing dramas youre probably watching at the moment, here is a look at the brand new OCN drama Duel, starring the ever-so-charming and handsome Yang Se Jong.
On June 21, Super Junior-M's Henry and actor Sung Hoon made guest appearances on tvN's 'Taxi', where they shared their awkward first impressions of each other!
The two met on the set of drama 'Oh My Venus'. Sung Hoon commented, "It was during our first script reading. Henry sat next to me and touched my thigh."
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Henry, who is fond of skinship, responded, "I thought it was your hand." However, the actor shook his head in denial.