Seven Villain Characters Who Got Much Attention From K Drama Lovers

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Seven Villain Characters Who Got Much Attention From K-Drama Lovers
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Seven Villain Characters Who Got Much Attention From K-Drama Lovers

The role of villain is significant in K-dramas. Having a antagonist character, the story can have a nice flow well. Some villains in dramas can get much attention from the viewers. Their great acting and nice role can make viewers love them more.

Reported by Soompi, the first villain who got much attention was Lee Jae Wook in "Blood." He played protagonist role in this drama. But towards the end of the drama, the reasons for his action were revealed and he got much sympathy from the viewers.

4 Reasons Why K-Drama Characters Betray Their Friends
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4 Reasons Why K-Drama Characters Betray Their Friends

News outlet OSEN recently put together a list of reasons why K-drama characters tend to betray their friends.

There are many instances in K-dramas where characters must betray their friends in order to save their family members from trouble. Sometimes their parents will be sick, or their children will be held captive. As the saying goes, blood is thicker than water.

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This is when human desires come into play. Its sometimes human nature to want more money and power, but this can turn into a reason for betrayal. In the hit drama Defendant, for example, the character Kang Joon Hyuk (played by Oh Chang Suk) betrayed his friend Park Jung Woo (played by Ji Sung) to attain some power.

[Video] Added Korean drama 'My Secret Romance' episode 1
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[Video] Added Korean drama 'My Secret Romance' episode 1

Added episode 1 for the Korean drama "My Secret Romance"

Directed by Kang Cheol-woo

Written by Kim Ha-na-I, Kim Yeong-woon

With Sung Hoon, Song Ji-eun, Kim Jae-young, Jeong Da-sol, Kim Jong-goo, Park Sin-woon,...

13 episodes - Mon, Tue 21:00

A romantic comedy about Sung Hoon, and Song Ji-eun who has been single all her life.

Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2017/04/17

Note : due to licensing, videos may not be available in your country

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[HanCinema's Drama Review]
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[HanCinema's Drama Review] "Whisper" Episode 7

Dong-joon's newfound confidence and rediscovered sense of justice make him determined to take down Jeong-il and set things right for Yeong-joo and her family. The several antagonists of "Whisper" are starting to feel the pressure of their power games and cracks have begun to form in their mighty facade. Everyone has reasons to fight which are important to them and this means that backing down indefinitely is not something they are willing to do.

I am not sure when Dong-joon (Lee Sang-yoon) went from backstabbing villain to a fighter for justice and moral standards, but this is a thing that is happening right now and so our lead is busier than usual. At the same time, Dong-joon is being way too cocky with even his own allies, willing and blackmailed, which is already starting to backfire. This does create tension, however, so it is a welcome flaw of his approach to things.

[Photos] Added new images for the upcoming Korean drama
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[Photos] Added new images for the upcoming Korean drama "Suspicious Partner"

Added new images for the upcoming Korean drama "Suspicious Partner" (2017)

Directed by Park Seon-ho-I

Written by Kwon Ki-yeong

With Ji Chang-wook, Nam Ji-hyeon, Choi Tae-joon, Nara, Lee Duk-hwa, Nam Gi-ae,...

Formerly known as "Watch out for this Woman" ( , i yeo-ja-leul jo-sim-ha-se-yo)

"Watch Out For This Woman" will be a romantic comedy in a judicial setting with a killer thrown into the mix. A Taekwondo practitioner turned judicial trainee turned murder suspect.