Remember couple weeks ago when actor Nam Joo-hyuk's blue wig got everyone loss for words? When there's a new identity needed in a drama/movie, there's no better way to do it than getting those wigs on. Of course, its kind of obvious when we see those wigs in historical or fantasy genre. Still, overdoing anything is bad and overdone makeup and wigs are not an exception. Sometimes those unnatural wigs even get us distracted from the show and hard to focus back. I mean, really, is that the best you can do, makeup team?
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[Photos + Video] Fun trailer and stills for upcoming "Drama Special - Kang Deok-soon's Love History"
All of the KBS specials have had great, thought out concepts and "Drama Special - Kang Deok-soon's Love History" is no different. We can see in this trailer that brings country bumpkin Kang Deok-soon to the city and entrenches her in a world beyond her imagining that this one-episode special is going big. I'm already loving the light vibe despite the heavy content that is an integral part of the plot. There are also some wonderful stills for your viewing pleasure.
-Yours, Lisa, a fan of the drama special series
A publicity still for an upcoming MBC epic drama is likely to prove a draw card for viewers.
It shows the stars of the series, Yoona, Si Wan and Hong Jong-hyun, surrounded by a haze of brightly colored spring flowers while in a forest on Mt. Goryeo, on Incheon's Ganghwa Island, creating a stunning scene.
The series recounts a tale of love and desire set in the ancient Koryo period, centering on a love triangle between two men and a woman.
It is scheduled to air from July.
Amnesty International Korea has analyzed K-Dramas many romantic relationships and come up with a list of things they believe are unacceptable.
While K-Dramas are loved by people from all over the world, there have been concerns regarding the violent romance that is often depicted in several series.
Scenes in K-Drama often include the male character forcefully grabbing a female characters wrist and pulling her along with him, unexpectedly kissing her without prior consent, or loudly shouting at her.
As expected, 'The Lover and His Liar' continues to pique our interest as Han Gyul starts showing a new side of himself (especially regarding his emotions towards Sorim). While the drama continues to have some moments that are a little cliche or predictable, the drama continues to enwrap us with the music-focused love plot.
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To my enjoyment, Han Gyul gives in and listens to Sorim's additional lyrics and music that he threw away in the trash. It is cute to see his indifferent emotions suddenly struggle between being impressed and trying to maintain his bad boy demeanor. I was surprised he went the distance to text her the same night about her music (despite being a complete @$$ to her earlier that day).