With a week left before Yongpal’s premiere after Mask, SBS has released promotional material featuring the two leads, Joo Won & Kim Tae Hee. I’m so excited to see Joo Won again since the last drama of his I watched was Good Doctor. In Yongpal, he stars as a doctor Kim Tae Hyun who treats patients illegally in secret. And the reason for that is: his “clients” are usually the uber rich who are unable to seek medical treatment through the proper system due to their shady dealings which most likely are clashes with the law. Like all surgeon heroes, he is talented but what sets him apart is his willingness to treat anyone as long as they have the ability to pay. In this position, he is made aware of some scandalous happenings at the chaebol households. Wow. I’m intrigued. [Updated]
My thoughts on another drama which concluded last month- this time we got to see the “real” behind the “reel” and vice versa.
One of the dramas with the most hype even before it began its run: The Producers was highly anticipated because of its use of real-life broadcasting channel KBS (Korean Broadcasting System) in South Korea as the setting in this fictional story, as well as referencing to real names of people, and then the horde of cameos right from the start. I especially like that KBS took the risk to experiment a new filming style for the drama- mockumentary as seen in the interviews of the various characters within the show.
Did I get the title right? Because I sure love these men and their pictorials for the upcoming month of August! Shin Sung rok, Seo Kang joon, Lee Joon, and Yeon Jung-hoon are set to graze the pages of various Korean magazines, so prepare yourself for the eye candies under the cut!
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After what seems like an eternity, Director Lee Joon-ik’s much anticipated movie Sado (English title The Throne) has finally confirmed its premiere month. Set to hit the big screens of South Korea this September. Aside from the director, whose past works include the award-winning Wish (2013) and The King and the Clown (2005), the historical movie boasts star-studded cast, led by Chungmuro veteran, Song Kang-ho and Yoo Ah-in.
Oh hey, what a great time to return from my holiday! Park Seo-joon keeps himself busy in between his dramas and movies with pictorials, and he brings alive the manly side of him through his latest photo shoot for the August edition Singles magazine. He is rumoured to make his drama comeback through MBC’s She Was Pretty, which will reunite him with his Kill Me, Heal Me co-star Hwang Jung-eum, if both of them accept the offer. I am happy to see more of him on my screen, although there is no rush since he won’t be leaving for army…because Park Seo-joon completed his service!