Yeay, finally a proper interview for Kim Seon-ho with lots of featured shots! People might recognize him from his debut drama Chief Kim or Strongest Deliveryman or Two Cops, but it was his drama special You Drive Me Crazy! which made me notice him and his killer dimples. From regular channel dramas, he went to star in cable dramas: first was last year’s 100 Day Husband and this year, he is currently starring in Welcome to Waikiki Season 2. The tsundere Jung Je-yoon has turned into an aspiring youth dreaming of becoming a singer, Cha Woo-shik.
Happy new year everyone! Actors Ji Jin-hee and Jung Woo-sung are featured on Esquire Korea’s January issue – it has been a while since I shared pictorial(s) here so I picked this one 🙂 Since it’s for the same magazine, I decided to compile the two separate pictorials into one. Jung Woo-sung continues to be active in chungmuro, whereas Ji Jin-hee is coming back this year with jtbc drama Misty alongside Kim Nam-joo. It airs on 2nd February, which is quite soon. (Yay! This will be his comeback since Second to Last Love in 2016.)
Baby-faced Baek Jin-hee is back with another pictorial after a while with Oh Boy! magazine. It feels like forever since the last time I posted her pictorial because of the time constraint (I even missed her pretty Jeju pictorial with allure back in May ;~;) and I’ve been a bad fan, not watching her recent shows except for few early episodes of My Daughter Geum Sa-wol (I couldn’t keep up with it huhu). Here’s hoping that I can get behind Missing Nine one day despite the mixed reviews, but for now, let me appreciate the beauty~!
[Hi everyone, sorry for the lack of posts the past few months and this year especially – life happened and I haven’t made enough time to write a proper post on the blog.. I have some posts in the works but they’re still incomplete. I really miss blogging (and all of you), so I should get myself together and start posting more frequently. My sincere apologies; nevertheless I hope you all continue to stick around and thank you from the bottom of my heart for the continuous support. – Jas]
After doing Two Weeks back in 2013, Lee Jun-ki is finally back with a modern-day drama Criminal Minds, which is a remake of the US crime procedural of the same title. He’s done mostly sageuks and I cannot agree more that he looks fabulous in hanbok, but seeing him in a drama set in present day definitely excites me! Honestly speaking, I don’t have much expectations for the show but I will still check it out, for oppa (lol). Criminal Minds premieres on tvN this fall, and its cast also includes Moon Chae-won (who is also under Namoo Actors which is Lee Jun-ki’s agency as well), Son Hyun-joo, Lee Sun-bin and more. Pictures and stills of the drama’s filming have already been floating around, now I can’t wait to see their collaboration together~