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Han Ga-in’s first CF with husband

I’ve never seen anyone dressed so well to do laundry, but hey, I suppose a couple in their last wearable clothes isn’t really going to sell high-end washing machines. Although, now that I think about it, beautiful couple down to nothing but their last socks and underwear? That might actually make me sit through a commercial.

Ahem. Anyway, actress Han Ga-in (Bad Guy, grumble grumble) poses for her first CF with husband Yeon Jung-hoon (East of Eden, also grumble grumble). Heh, at least they both starred in dramas of equally epic badness. No. I take that back. Bad Guy trumps East of Eden. Bad Guy trumps everything in the badness category. [Except Cinderella’s Sister. –javabeans]

The couple married in 2005, and has hit a few waves, recently fighting back some rumors of divorce. Perhaps the CF was undertaken to counter the rumors and show the couple in domestic bliss? Oh, the wonders of a good modeling campaign.

Via Joongang.co.kr

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aww!!! How cute is that

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They are adorable

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Ughh Bad Guy brings back so many horrible memories!!
But these two are cute :)

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yes horrible memories..but i'm keeping hotness memories of kim nam gil and kim jae wook!
i've read news about this couple having a divorce too, hope is not true

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lol.. you guys are funny with bad guy and CS... i detached myself from both halfway through the drama. i just watched them for the sake of finishing them really.
anyways, i wished we could see more of this couple together... honestly, i did not recognize YJH in the first pic, and wouldn't have in any of the other pics (except maybe for the last) had you not told me it was him... he kinda reminded me of a older version of danny ahn. poor guy, han ga in is the ideal type of so many celebrities but i think he's equally charming.

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Cute!!! And so beautiful XDDD I actually didn't look at the washing machine, though, now that I think about it XD

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I want a film commercial of cute interactions!

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Shouldn't they actually show them "doing" laundry or sth????

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i don't like how it shows a part of her undershirt in the last picture... lol.

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i want her shoes in pic 2 and 3! they look like they are to DIE FOR! they do make a good looking couple! divorce is nasty biz wont wish it on my enemy...hope this shushes up the rumors as im sure its meant to!

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What a good looking pair!

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I've never liked Han Ga-in which is one of the main reasons I managed to escape the horror that was Bad Guy. Her and her husband do seem well matched though.

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OH Bad Guy!!! I don't remember how I managed to get myself to watch it! I don't even remember what happened!!

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oh bad guy, yes!
I only watched it for KNG and maybe it was the first time that I've never seen any chemistry between the leads even a little bit. jajingna! but it was wonderful to watch KNG with noona in BG^^

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At first, I was like "WHAT?! Ga-in is married?! Wait! JoKwon?!" Then I remembered it was SON Ga-in not HAN Ga-in

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Big relief XD Anways ^^ the CF was pretty XD

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"grumble grumble"

HAHAHA! That's something I mutter under my breath often. Some friends have even come to call me the GrumbleBot. XD

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Oh... pretty unrelated but anyway I'm so confused about all the "Cinderella's Sister=bad" comments, especially coming from the girl who's always blogging my exact thoughts about kdramas. Seriously?! When I left off at episode 10 to go out of town it had had a few lapses in script but was still qualifying as a "good" drama. I thought, judging from all the disappointed reactions it's gained that I too would be disappointed when I resumed. But no. Still seems pretty awesome! Maybe it royally screws up in the last few episodes? I guess I'll see when I finish it, but it couldn't possibly be deserving of all the hate.

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It took an enormously precipitous dive, thereby killing any previous affection for it. I'd be very curious to see your reaction after finishing the second half of the drama. If you manage to get through it with your blood pressure intact, that is.

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I just wanted to thank you guys for finishing recapping CS. I just couldn't watch anymore, yet I had invested enough of my life in it that I wanted to know how it ended.

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i'm also on the fence with cinderella's sister being uber bad...because though i get tired of the love-hate relationship between the sisters, i will still count cs as just a disappointment...hehe...though i haven't finish it (i'm still on ep 18) because i got busy during the finale week and then the 2nd half of the year comes with some strings of good dramas...or maybe its just my divine adoration of the first four episode where i crowned it "the best first four episode i've seen in a kdrama, or ever" and my eternal love for moon geun young that prevented me in seeing the true quality of it...i'm planning to finish it this week, because its my semestral break (yay me!!!)...maybe it really screwed itself during the finale week...(i stopped myself from reading your recap until i watched beforehand)

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I liked Cinderella's Sister ;) Is not as awesome and epic as it could have been, but still... I didn't find it that bad either.

Or maybe it was because I watched all the 20 episodes in 3-4 days instead of waiting for the weekly updates. Hmm.

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Still i did like CS despite all the bad feedbacks...i just think all kind of relationships/love/family are complicated and sometimes it takes more than 20 episodes to be solved, who doesnt have a little kind of this "drama" in real life?

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Yeon Jung-hoon redeemed himself with Jejoongwon, imho.

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I agree - he was great in JJW - especially in the latter part, and that was an awesome drama!

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adorable couple ^^~

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I never thought there was a chemistry between her and KNG on Bad Guy. With Tae ra, definitely yes...

Arggh...can never escape the epic fail of Bad Guy. But I am looking forward to another drama with KNG when he returns...

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I'm really curious about bad guy. What could have happened that made everyone think its so bad. It was not too bad when i stopped watching. I shall watch and see!

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Bad Guy is still the 5th most watched on viikii, watch it & see for yourself after all everyone have different preferences/tastes. Personally to me Bad Guy is worth watching, it’s an intense realistic story about of desire, humiliation, hatred, pain & despair. If ones watching the drama thinking that is a thriller revenge story than they’re on the wrong track. Bad guy is not a story about revenge nor romance.

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I liked Bad Guy, but the show is a melodrama to its core and I LOVE melodramas to my core. A lot of people hated the ending, but I actually liked how they resolved the story. It's, at least, different, if a bit hastily put together.

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Agree about the badness comment!

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I feel bad for actors who end up trapped in awful dramas. Often, through no fault of their own, a weak director, a dried-out writer, or co-stars who can't act, make a perfectly decent actor look bad.

I hope that this couple will have a chance to make it or break it based on their acting abilities.

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I don't understand why you said that bad guy trumps everything in the badness category. I've watched it, and I think it has some very good acting in it by KNG and OYS. The visual is beautiful and blended so wonderfully with the equally beautiful music. I'm new in watching K-dramas and it's true that the drama has many flaws, but I don't believe bad guy is the worst K-drama. It is still one of the most watched dramas on vikii after it ended its air time a few moths ago.

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I think that washing machines are huge. Well at least for a family of 2. Maybe for a very big family...

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grumble grumble HAHA

bad guy and cinderella sister is gonna haunt you forever isn't it?

sigh~ Yeon Jung-hoon <3

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i was actually in the impression that jb wrote this one until i read the bad guy grumble grumble... :)

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Random observation...do they wear flats or pumps in Korea?Every actress wears heels at least 4' high... :-p

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Women wear heels like it is sneakers here. They wear then climbing mountains or walking down the street. Even after 8 months here I still find myself amazed as they trek up the subway steps in the high heels. I don't know how they do it but they do!!

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I discover Han Ga In because Chang min of DBSK was a die hard fan...and since I was a big fan then,, I looked her up and was relieved she was married..lol...However, I came across Super Rookie and I really liked her with Eric there,,and I watched her cfs.....and movies,,and then I said "woahh..she is really pretty" and I heard she never got anything done,,and her Childhood pics were exactly the same,,, anyway afterwards I discovered that she got married before the guy went to army..and left her alone for 2 years...lol I thought that time "it was like, reservation, was he scared that after he comes out, she'll be gone?" ...so I got curious about the guy and watched his previous work, and I really liked him from Love Song with Kwon Sang Woo, and the one with Lee Wan.. and he seems to be really in love with Han Ga In..I saw some wedding clips..lots of guys were kinda sad she got married, lot of idols liked her back then,she was at her prime and was so young, but I had "2nd lead" syndrome from watching Love Song so...in short I Really Like this Couple and I will be really sad if they divorce.. they should stay make babies soon and stay together forever

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I do not want to sound so nosy, but forgive my curiosity.

So they have not had any children already?

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My view is because KNG failed to get the military extension that the scriptwriter had to change and cut short the episodes and the director had to film his dialogues first rather then synchronise with the flow of the story. So the outcome is - failed drama.

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People say that, but I don't think it's really true. Spoilers for Bad Guy's ending got leaked out early in the show, and it turned out to be true. People HATED that ending.

My guess is, given more time to do the show, it would have come out even more cynical than it did.

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Agreed that given more time, the ending would not have changed or even more cynical. The ending was realistically cruel but it’s the intention of the director & writer. Reading these parts of the interview with director Lee Hyeong Min may clarify things (translation by atel in BG soompi thread):

Q. Your previous project was the movie, , so it was thought that your next project would be another movie as well. The idea for came from the classic, . How did it come about?
A. To be honest, wouldn’t you say that the dramas I’ve worked on had pretty stories? But this is different. It’s a really gritty story about desire. Korean society is serious but I’ve always wanted to do a drama like this. You could say that it’s a similar story like . I’m planning to tell a story about people’s desires, about people’s humiliation.

Q. It appears that unlike from your previous works, this drama will be one that will leave a rather different impression. You, yourself, must feel some pressure. What is the reason for working with that kind of pressure and telling this kind of theme at this time?
A. I think of this story as being immensely real. People don’t say it, but people already know it is that kind of theme. Possibly, depending how far I go with it, I would even get criticized for it. That’s because it’s an intense thing to provoke people’s desires and humiliations. It can be thought of as being dirty, or they can see it as their own stories. The people who have enjoyed my works up until now may even get surprised. The anticipation is great because I’ve always wanted to do this kind of story.

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Oops missing words, here it is...

Q. Your previous project was the movie, "Heaven's Postman", so it was thought that your next project would be another movie as well. The idea for "Bad Guy" came from the classic, "The Red and the Black (Le Rouge et le Noir)". How did it come about?
A. To be honest, wouldn’t you say that the dramas I’ve worked on had pretty stories? But this is different. It’s a really gritty story about desire. Korean society is serious but I’ve always wanted to do a drama like this. You could say that it’s a similar story like "Couple;s Clinic Love and War". I’m planning to tell a story about people’s desires, about people’s humiliation.

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I've posted my thoughts on Bad Guy's ending, and for the most part, I thought it was good as it fits conventional noir. Most noir works from a Pandora's Box narrative. If you discover or expose the world, the world or you will be destroyed. Either/or. Chaos and order. Shim Geun Wook is the chaos; his antagonist is the order of this story. In that sense, SGW is kind of the villain of the story.

Now, don't get me wrong. Bad Guy IS most definitely a melodrama, and the last 1/3 dials up The Wacky in a way that makes Belleza so very happy. Also, the ending probably isn't directed that way, what with the emphasis on images over story, if they had more time with Kim Nam Gil.

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lol bad guy was the first drama where i actually felt betrayed by my "investment." i remember, two months ago, watching the finale and literally saying WHAT THE EFF JUST HAPPENED.

but it was pretty and intense and nice to watch while it was nice. the last 4 episodes or so or whatever just spiraled... i think i liked the japan scenes.

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For some reason, divorce rumor always come thru. LOL

It can even be very true if the ambitious celebrity wife donot want to have babies while celebrity husband is keen on having one.

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I forgot to see the washing machine but staring at the couple. So, ad failed to deliver the message? :P
I always have fetish to Korean's electronics.. Samsung and LG always have pretty models for their stuffs, especially compared to Western's electronics.
Asians are better when making electronics interesting, because they add 'weird' but surprisingly useful functions.

WTH, why I'm talking about electronics while the others are raving about the couple's prettiness? :P :P

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Actually I think my mum recently bought a Samsung washing machine. She raves about it!! SSSOOOO much better at cleaning whites than her old Maytag! :D

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Bwhahahaha!

Love your comments here.

It is so refreshing among the comments from the BG dissapointment.

I know how they feel, though :-D

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Yeon Jung Hoon!!! Loved him in Jejoongwon! Hopefully in his next drama he can finally be the main lead.

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whoa, I thought that was Lee Seung Ki in that picture. haha, he has kind of the same hair.

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i love her shoes!

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They look cute together :)

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weirdly, gf's hate over bad guy kinda makes me curious to watch the drama to see how bad the show is. or is it more more like the ending ruin it? i understand jb's hate over cs though because i pretty much follow some of the recaps.

i dont mind tragic ending if it makes sense with the story. i love I'm Sorry I Love You including its ending. i despise the ending and the later episodes of A Love To Kill which were unnecessarily depressing. i can accept Stairway to Heaven ending because that drama has been very melo from the beginning. what else. anyway, i honestly have been really tempted to watch What Happen In Bali because of the good reviews. its been nearly 2yrs already i think that i put that drama on hold. should i watch it?

ok, my comment is totally off-topic. sorry for that.

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The first pic is still ok for a washing machine, but the 2nd and 3rd look like they are going on a date with a washing machine. LOL.

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my first time here.i love this couple.ill be sad really if they divorce.

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am i the only person that did not know that Han GaIn was married to my hunky Yeon Jung Hoon?

i absolutely adore him... but still was not enough to make me finish EoE. lol.

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that was my initial thought when i saw this story. maybe they're trying to salvage and quiet down the "divorce" rumours. even though i know she's married, everytime i see her in dramas i never thought that she is actually, lol! i don't really see any chemistry between her and her husband. we'll see...usually rumours are base on slight facts given by random observers.

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how about a series together?

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they actually met through a drama called "yellow handkerchief" and both of their characters were each other's love interests.

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@Gingeru - I disagree that Bad Guy is a failed drama due to the rush ending. I myself like the ending, it was realistic, meaningful & artistic. It takes an OPEN-MINDED PERSON to comprehend this realistically cruel ending mentioned by nameless.

@Ayesha - I agree that Bad Guy doesn’t trumps everything in the badness category. It doesn’t deserve the continuous bashing, it has marvelous directing & acting and plus beautiful visual appeal & music. It takes an UNDERSTANDING PERSON to sympathize with Bad Guy misfortunate of losing its main lead Kim Nam Gil for military thus the lack of time issue leading to the understandably chaos & inconsistencies of the plot toward to end.

Sorry I’m off-topic too

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@belleza - Shim Gun Wook is kind of the villain of the story with his revengeful masks on. However, underneath those bad masks there’s this extremely good guy. Below is by another viewer:

Throughout the whole Bad Guy drama up until the very end I thought that there must be an irony in the name. Gunwook cannot be the "Bad Guy" since all I was seeing was that this character is amazingly able to empathize with others and read what the other person needed the most to straighten his or her life and in my opinion even though he shook that family and meant to destroy it he ended up blessing it in a deeper sense. He was the one who suggested that Tae Sung needs a job and brought him back from wilderness and convinced his father to give him a job in the company and that ultimately did a great deal for his self-esteem and helped to straighten him up. Gun Wook was the one who exactly knew Tae Ra was trapped in her marriage and needed to be true to her feelings and live her own true life instead of that empty facade that she had built and that gave her the courage to break free from her lifeless marriage and become an independent woman. And the way he empathized with that silly materialistic fortune-hunter Jae In ultimately taught her a lesson, put her to shame and made her give up her greed and become a better, wiser, and more selfless person. That all came about because he could sense the deepest needs in the other person and having been around the block myself for some time I can tell a human being with such abilities is worth his own weight in gold! If you ask me he was an exceptionally "Good Guy"! But of course the self destructive aspect that was mentioned remains. The only one he was truly mean and tough to was himself! What a sad and heartbreaking drama this was! Still hunting me!

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"Shim Gun Wook is kind of the villain of the story with his revengeful masks on."

Definitely . . . though I'm really looking at "villain" from a more genre perspective. SGW is the antagonist of the story, because he seeks to uproot the workings of the family. When we learn of the true nature of the family secret, it's almost Old Testament in its consequences (i.e. never belong.) His fate is certain.

The most tragic character of the story isn't actually him; it's Mo Ne (yes, the one everybody hates.) As the story is conceived, she's essentially the only "innocent" character in the show, who is as yet undecided about her role within the family. She has still yet to choose her identity.

By the end of the story, due to SGW's plan, Mo Ne essentially becomes her mother and repeats the family cycle. She levies the punishment due upon Shim Gun Wook, who in return makes a crucial choice that redeems and atones for his actions against Mo Ne.

Of course, had the show been extended another 3 episodes, we would have been some resolution regarding it. But I liked where it ended.

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So this little topic about Han Ga In's CF has brought up the rather heavy discussion about Bad Guy all over again. I guess that drama somehow has left us with some kind of wound (or is it a scar) that wouldn't easily healed. I myself still feel strangely sad every time someone talks about this drama, pretty much like the feeling I had when I looked at the pictures of my already passed away friends or family members.

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oh! bad guy! Show still owe me my 17hours that i wasted on you!

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I agree with JB, I hope this CF is not to diffuse speculation about their marriage being on the rocks. To me, they are one of korean entertainment's best looking couples.

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I just finished marathoning Bad Guy. At first was ok with the ending, but as I read disgrunted posts about the ending, I started to not like the ending. Mostly because Madame Shin got away with murder and was happy seeing her daughter gain control of Hae Shin which was still on its feet and prospering while Gun Wook was gone for ever.

I agree with @ Anonymous 45 that Gun Wook wasn´t really all that bad and that did some good to some of the family members.

Too bad that the quality of the scenes suffered in the last episodes versus the first episodes that had this cinamatography that gave a movie like feel to them.

I would have like a happier ending, but I believe that the ending had alreaday been decided from the beginning and that was that. I would still recommend it since the scenes betwee Gun Wook and Tae Ra sizzled and there were other good moments.

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GASP. No one divorces Han Ga-in, ya hear, NO ONE. How dare you!?!

I know who will stand first in line to take over husband duties. Wait, erase that, no divorce... happily ever after. Where are my ruby red slippers? Dorthy, I want those back.

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