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Lee Da-hae hit with lawsuit for breach of contract

More trouble for actress Lee Da-hae, who is being hit with a lawsuit for dropping out of Coffee, the period spy film that cast Kim So-yeon to replace her.

According to the Seoul Central District Court on May 13, film production company Ocean Film filed suit for damages against the star and her management, DBM Entertainment. Ocean Film contends, “Ms. Lee agreed to appear in our movie Coffee and received 100 million won in salary. However, she decided to take a broadcast drama instead and informed us of her intent to drop the movie.” Now they are demanding payment for breach of contract, and are suing for 360 million won (approx $330,000 USD), citing compensation for damages.

DBM’s legal representative stated in a press release that they would fight back through whatever legal means necessary. Addressed in the statement were: the signing of Lee’s official contract, Lee’s salary for the movie, and the cause for her departure.

According to Lee’s management, they admitted to telling Ocean Film verbally that she wanted to do the film, but that no official contract had been completed. They did say, “We did draw up a simple informal contract when Ocean Film came to us asking for help in attracting investments. But we didn’t sign a contract booking Lee, so we have not received even one penny from Ocean Film. Therefore there are no grounds for them to demand damages twice as much as her pay.”

DBM also cited the failure of the production company to secure its proposed 10 billion won funding (which would have been necessary for Coffee to be the blockbuster it had been touting itself as) for leaving the project. That reason may be valid and true, but it doesn’t do much for Lee’s image as a star who leaves projects when they threaten to diminish her stature — sorry to say, but her public image has taken a lot of hits in recent years, and this doesn’t help things any. Especially given the existence of a contract promising her appearance — no matter how informal it may be.

Speaking of that contract, it sounds like Ocean Film may be trying to wring some money out of DBM, but the fact that there is one out there may complicate matters for the management team. Coffee was initially scheduled to begin filming in December 2010, but underwent various delays. DBM explained that Lee’s schedule for her upcoming drama Ripley was starting to conflict, so she dropped the film.

Lee’s new drama Ripley, on the other hand, will be premiering on MBC on May 30. I guess it was too much to hope for that she’d start a project without controversy, for once. Then again, it may help stir interest in the drama, in which Lee actually plays a controversial type of character, one based on an infamous liar and fraudster who set off a wave of scandals back in ’07. I suspect the drama character will be a much toned-down version of that type, though it would be great if they went whole hog and embraced her as an anti-heroine. (I don’t have much hope of that, though.)

Via Star News, Seoul.co.kr

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kinda sucks for her again...

but i'm still excited to watch "Ripley" because of her.

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This blog sucks when it comes to LDH! i hope javabeans stop posting further news on her. because whenever there is new post on LDH, people start ranting for every reason

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Hell yeah! I suggest you don't scroll down any more than this. Then again, I'm enjoying FANatics' bitchiness *evil grin* - COME ON bitches, more rage!!! *adding woods to the fire* :D

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why not posting? this is good for the site - good or bad - the number of visits on site is increasing - and it's not like they won't visit again

however it is not JB's fault that LDH is so popular and has as many haters as fans and what is usual for an entertainer - for LDH is like ultimate news, ultimate scandal - when it is just everyday life in showbiz (everywhere in this world not only klala land)

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In other words, LDH's scandal is 10% of GF and JB source of income-many hit, more traffic=more money.

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I think she got more hits out of Lee Jia's scandal... that post got over 500 replies. :) So, LDH = 20% of Lee Jiah's market value...? One has to wonder. ;)

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You do know that she doesn't get paid for listening to any of your crap do you???!!!

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Would you cut the crap please ? This is her blog, she has the right to write WHATEVER she wants when she wants! You're displeased ? Just go ~

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She has a habit of digging her own grave! I hope that her PR company is good at damage control.

Aside from my saying I don't like her one bit, I shall have no further comment.

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How is this digging grave?

Would you want to be in a contract for something that doesn't start on schedule?

If its not on schedule, you have either wait more, or leave.

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Yeah. Her real life character isn't exactly very likeable. But, I have to admit that she was amazing in Green Rose... or maybe it's just my adoration for Gosoo.

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it's understandable. da-hae has to move on too.
but when you compare her to yoon eun hye and how she waited more than a year for her movie (without official signing), you can see why korea doesn't really care for her.

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By the way, 49 Days is a good example.

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Eh? Good example of what? o_O

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Unless you are talking about Nam Gyuri, I don't have any idea how 49 days is relevant to this.

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LOL

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A lot of stars drop project when their filming schedule gets push back, its not totally her fault because the production company keeps pushing back the filming schedule, a artists need to work to make a living.

Lee may have think to film coffee in dec and then finish around feb to then film ripley in march when she first decide to be in coffee but then they pushed the schedule, so she needs to drop one project, what is wrong with that?

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Thank you for the clear-headed response. I think people judge the actress too quickly, especially because of her recent not-so-stellar rep; but sometimes, shit happens, to more people than others. (Stars like LDH are more affected, given their prominence in the industry.) LDH is dealing with it the best she can, and shouldn't be judged to be flaky or thoughtless right off the bat. Especially since nowadays, management companies make most of the decisions for the stars. Why should she be the one getting all the heat?

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Absolutely nothing wrong with that, if this happened to any other person. BUT, since we are talking about LDH, so it must have been HER FAULT. It seems to be the culture here.

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LOL.

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ridiculous right? I don't get the hate..

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tee hee. she's sounding like a more famous version of gu ae jung

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I agree, I have seen her interviews and I think her real life personality is really goofy and nice.

Perhaps her career just had a string of bad luck.
I mean the writer of Chuno has even apologise for giving her such a flat role.

As for leaving coffee, I dont know, pple leave projects all the time, why is she the only being sued?

I think maybe she should change her agency who is not managing her very well!

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No way. GAJ is a warm hearted person and I'm not sure if I can say the same for LDH. She is a drama queen. Didn't you read her twitter post regarding her wardrobe malfunction accident? GAJ would never post something like that online. Plus we are all too familiar about how she dropped out of East of Eden since she wasn't getting the pertinent role she (thinks she) deserves.

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agree! It may have been an unprofessional decision to drop East of Eden, but I can see how she would have stuck with the project if the project started on schedule. She's probably eager to start a new drama after all the flak she got in Chuno. And her roles between My Girl and Chuno weren't that notable either. It's almost like her prime year was 2005 and then everything went splat.

Let's hope she does well in Ripley and gets a bit of her good rep back!

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It wasn't really a 'notable' drama, but you should watch Robbers that she filmed in 2008. It was probably her best acting job to date I think...

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I agree with you, Robbers didn't rate that well but she really acted well on that drama. She also did good in East of Eden however things went wrong for her that's why she opted to leave. Hold on LDH, you are a great actress, just take all the comments as a critism.

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It's business. Nothing more, nothing less...

Really though? If they stopped casting her then the "runaway bride LDH" problem would be solved for good...just sayin'

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I don't care. I still like her, and will be watching Ripley.

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Javabeans, you must really hate LDH to put so much emphasis on it being her and her management's faults, when it seems pretty clear this lawsuit doesn't have much merit.

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Get real. Have you read the article this is based upon? In comparision, the "translation" here is very neutral, and also proLDH.

I really hate it when fangirls go anti just "because she's my idoooool and can't do wroooong, and every one who says different must haaaate her" in a knee-jerk reaction, rather than using their brains and take a good look at the situation neutrally. What will you do next, burn JB on a stick, send her death threats? Who's the one spreading hate? Wouldn't that be *you*?
But it's always easier to just bash someone else as a "hater" who doesn't agree with your view of the world, right? :P

It's times like these that I feel ashamed of being a fan. Because I tend to forget that fan is a short way of saying "fanatic". :(

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That is my impression from the post, because not everything written in it is fact is it? The opinion stated here still puts most of the blame on LDH and her management.

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Well, the management signed a pre-contract. So I wouldn't say a lawsuit has no merit.

And what opinion exactly was stated?
"According to the Seoul Central District Court on May 13" - so this is (quoted from the Korean news article) something that the Court said about the case. Party A sues Party B because of aforementioned reason (Party A claims party B is guilty of breaching contract). Then Party B says "We're not guilty because..."

Or this?
"That reason may be valid and true, but it doesn’t do much for Lee’s image as a star who leaves projects when they threaten to diminish her stature — sorry to say, but her public image has taken a lot of hits in recent years, and this doesn’t help things any. Especially given the existence of a contract promising her appearance — no matter how informal it may be."
Where does that put LDH as the guilty party? Is it not a true that LDH's public image is not exactly all roses? Is it not true that a lawsuit will not improve her image, even if she sweeps the film company away and countersues for defamation?

And you talk about facts... Perhaps, checking out who said what before you scream about facts and opinions... The way I see it, JB's only stated opinion were:

"That reason may be valid and true, but it doesn’t do much for Lee’s image as a star who leaves projects when they threaten to diminish her stature — sorry to say, but her public image has taken a lot of hits in recent years, and this doesn’t help things any. Especially given the existence of a contract promising her appearance — no matter how informal it may be."

and

"I suspect the drama character will be a much toned-down version of that type, though it would be great if they went whole hog and embraced her as an anti-heroine. (I don’t have much hope of that, though.)"

Does that put blame on LDH and her management?
Everything else was citation of the parties involved&court.

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That second quote should be
"Lee’s new drama Ripley, on the other hand, will be premiering on MBC on May 30. I guess it was too much to hope for that she’d start a project without controversy, for once. Then again, it may help stir interest in the drama, in which Lee actually plays a controversial "

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"That reason may be valid and true, but it doesn’t do much for Lee’s image as a star who leaves projects when they threaten to diminish her stature — sorry to say, but her public image has taken a lot of hits in recent years, and this doesn’t help things any. Especially given the existence of a contract promising her appearance — no matter how informal it may be."

Why come to this particular conclusion? The company hasn't been able to establish sufficient funds and shooting has been delayed for 3+ months, the same amount of time it would've taken to complete the movie. These problems with production hasn't been resolved. A project is offered that will actually start on time, so she drops the one that isn't working. From a bussiness point of view, it makes sense. If it implies to you that she's afraid that her "stature" will diminish, then it sounds like you agree such criticisms are warranted.

I think LDH has learned from her past experiences. Right after My Girl she had agreed to a role in Speed alongside Lee Seo Jin and Kim Myung Min. She stuck with that production for awhile, until it was finally announced that it wasn't going to happen afterall, again the reason being inability to secure funding. I think it's too bad that these movies are encountering such problems, but I don't think it's fair to blame her for not wanting to sit around much longer when who knows if the movie will even end up being made.

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"Why come to this particular conclusion?"

Perhaps if you read the paragraph again, focussing on this part "...and this doesn’t help things any. Especially given the existence..."

This is merely stating that, with a signed pre-contract, this doesn't make LDH look good in all of this. It seriously doesn't matter that she has every right to go to a place where she can work rather than a place who keeps stalling her. That's not how this works, and that is what the paragraph says - public opinion isn't formed on reasonable thinking, and that pre-contract will only fuel the bad thinking. Basically, what the conclusion says is that no matter what the truth is, LDH is in a difficult situation, because a)of her reputation because of prior incidents, and b) because of the issues presented by the company&LDH's management admitting to part of it as true.

This is not a question of whether it's fair to blame her (like the film company does) or not to blame her for getting out of arrangement - she probably did the right thing there. Unfortunately, this is a question of image perception. And JB summed up correctly that LDH's quitting of the movie (which was her/her management's action - she wasn't kicked out) make things look very bad for her, even if her actions were justified - as JB also pointed out "That reason may be valid and true..."
So, i repeat, i don't see where JB put any blame on LDH, or came to the conclusion that LDH was to blame for this.

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"And JB summed up correctly that LDH’s quitting of the movie (which was her/her management’s action – she wasn’t kicked out) make things look very bad for her, even if her actions were justified – as JB also pointed out “That reason may be valid and true…”

This is what I took out of this post, that despite LDH's actions being justified, she will still be in the wrong as far as the public is concerned. To you it came off as javabeans stating facts, to me it her stating her own opinion, as well as saying such criticisms are warranted.

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"This is what I took out of this post, that despite LDH’s actions being justified, she will still be in the wrong as far as the public is concerned. To you it came off as javabeans stating facts, to me it her stating her own opinion, as well as saying such criticisms are warranted."

Well, if JB said "LDH was doing just the right thing, how unfair!" Do you honestly believe that would change the public opinion in Korea about LDH, or elsewhere?
Yes, it's a fact, and mark my words, that the public in Korea will not stop putting up a more and more negative image of LDH. You can already seee it by the way that original press report was handled. Why you think LDH is such an easy target?

And in my opinion, even if she will do everything right for the next ten years, squeaky clean, she will still be torn down over the smallest issue, because people have a hard time forgetting those images they created in their minds, what they think is true about a person.
This will also hold true for Lee Jiah, or Kim Yong Jun, or Han Ye Seul, and all the others who get wrapped up in scandals.

Public opinion is cruel, and never fair. That is a fact.

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"Well, if JB said “LDH was doing just the right thing, how unfair!” Do you honestly believe that would change the public opinion in Korea about LDH, or elsewhere?"

What would lead you to think this? Do you believe that every word written in this blog influences an entire nation? That answers your question.

"Yes, it’s a fact, and mark my words, that the public in Korea will not stop putting up a more and more negative image of LDH. You can already seee it by the way that original press report was handled. Why you think LDH is such an easy target?"

Can you not see how aweful that is? That people will choose to be blind to reason and be swayed or influenced by the prejudice that is out there. If this is the public perception, and it's clear that it's unjustified, then speaking out against it, pointing out how it is unfair, is the right thing to do. Accepting it is no different than agreeing with it.

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"Can you not see how aweful that is? That people will choose to be blind to reason and be swayed or influenced by the prejudice that is out there."

Yeah, it is awful, isn't it? That's public image and public opinion for you.
Because it hurts people. But you know, even if everyone here would scream "unjust", nothing would change. Like i said, it's not how the mob mentality of public opinion works (and I'm saying that from a purely technical point of view).
And the worst injustice is that no matter how loud you scream "injustice", it won't make a difference. It might even make the problem bigger and add to the burden that unjust person has to endure.

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If we are going back to speaking in specific terms then you would have to refer back to 6.1.1.1.2

If my countering your points when yours were in response to mine, if this equals aggression, then the people who think so were already predisposed to see it that way.

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Unfortunately, not saying anything and just accepting it doesn't help either. But I disagree that voicing out against something that is unfair accomplishes nothing good. If that were the case the world would be a much sadder place.

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Well, i still don't see how JB did say something unfair, when the facts&news and unfairness were created somewhere else. Then it would be rather unfair of you to put words into JB's mouth and claim for her to hate LDH, wouldn't it be? Shouldn't you, of all people, not lead by good example, rather than starting a mob of your own under the veil of protecing LDH? Why is it that your actions reek just like a hate campaign against JB, I wonder?
:)
soorani, honestly, if you speak in general about going up against unfair things, then that's fine with me. I fully agree. But blindly barging forward, knee jerk reactions are not a good thing. Chose wisely how you are helping LDH. Just imagine how this looks from the outside - "Ah, that post was so neutrally phrased, but LDH-fans came and jumped on everyone who didn't agree with them, calling them haters." If it's true or not, that doesn't really count, because such things have the tendency to snowball, get bigger and out of control. Yes, defend LDH, but do it in a fashion where you remain in control of the situation, rather than adding just another blotch on LDH's reputation for the aggressiveness of her fans.
:) Peace.

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This was meant to respond here:
If we are going back to speaking in specific terms then you would have to refer back to 6.1.1.1.2

If my countering your points when yours were in response to mine, if this equals aggression, then the people who think so were already predisposed to see it that way.

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I don't think JB really hates her. The way I see it, LDH has just become the favorite person to make fun of, for everyone. I am not a huge fan of LDH, but I would say that a neutral coverage would be:

-- not including trouble in the opening sentence. It wouldn't have been trouble if the company had filed the lawsuit, and nothing had come out of it. Plenty of stars fight lawsuits about contracts. Not all are mentioned as, "Oh look - she is in trouble, AGAIN". Yes, we are people, and past events affect our decisions , which is why we cannot always be neutral.
-- And, then when JB went as far as to say that the reason may be valid and true, but that LDH's public image will take another hit regardless, JB apparently didn't think it was unfair, otherwise she would have mentioned it.

I don't think JB hates her, or that JB really has to be neutral (unless that is her journalistic holy grail), it is a reflection of public opinion influencing media and then reinforcing each other. She is civil and is as neutral as humans with memory can be. Then again, maybe I am only seeing one side of the story...

I think media just feeds on each other, and the lines of what is really neutral should

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How about Kang Ji Hwan who terminated his contract with his agency prior to expiry date, -but since his is JB n GF sweetheart, so his reputation here is still 'angel'.She is not the only one out there, who drop their project.
To us Malaysian, this is nothing, we love if the atresses know how to defend their right. Korean is so different.
Actually, I googled a lot about her, ao far only this forum, say a lot of bad thing about her-may I know why?

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cus JB hates her. Simple as that. When JB hates on somebody, a wave of people do too. Seems that way.

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Lots of my friend at my Uni, esp guys, love her because of MY GIRL, and they do visit this forum, sorry JB, they called this forum BITCH FORUM-not so much of your articles, but the comments, they said if you never hate people before and don't know how to swear at people in English, just come here-sure can learn a lot and improve our English.

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I'm Malaysian and a I'ma ashamed to this kind of Malaysian. You are new here aren't you? Coming for idols/ trendy drama aren't you. At least just one year or two.

Dramabeans is NOT a forum. Dramabeans is a blog which recaps dramas AND reported news from Korean industry. This is not kind of soompi thread forums of any others pages or forums of korean pop artists.

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This is not a FORUM. Period. This is a dramabeans site. She just reported not writing a post etc.

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She is famous for her scandals

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It doesn't seem like JB hates her... I've always thought that JB liked her as an actress. But LDH just gets bad press. It isn't only here that people criticize her...

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JB doesn't hate her. She's made it clear on multiple accounts that she likes her as an actress. She's simply commenting on the focus of the article, which is that LDH (ie. her management) is making bad decisions that aren't going over well with the public. JB and GF don't write these articles. They simply report them, and give their own opinions on some points. But this particular post is very neutral, she's commenting on the article, not bashing LDH.

And just so you know, I adore LDH, based on her acting performances. Don't judge.

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Get real. Have you read the article this is based upon? In comparision, the "translation" here is very neutral, and also proLDH.

I really hate it when fangirls go anti just "because she's my idoooool and can't do wroooong" in a knee-jerk reaction, rather than using their brains and take a good look at the situation. But it's always easier to just bash someone as a "hater" who doesn't agree with your view of the world, right? :P

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Please ignore this post, it's a double post, and there's no delete function! Sorry!

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The difference is unlike Lee Da Hae, Kang Ji Hwan doesn't have a habit to drop commitments when they aren't working in his favor like Lee Da Hae has. Dramas that he has been dropped from recently were because the drama dropped him due to his ongoing lawsuit with his previous management and not because he just left. I personally am neutral to Lee Da Hae in terms to acting because I don't think she is bad but I don't think she is great, but the reason she has such a bad reputation is because of choices she chose to make, so its sad but it is really her own fault.

In this situation I think LDH's departure was really do to just a simple conflict of scheduling. She originally was going to do both but as the movie got more and more delayed it became less likely she would be able to do both without scheduling conficts and since Ripley was starting on time she had to drop one. Simple business. But she is the cause of her own reputation so its only natural that many will assume its her fault.

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This.

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It depends on how you interpreted this post. And it's up to you to take side for whom. This site is only giving out updates and what is happening around kdramalands and IMO, the bloggers has the right to speak out their mind regarding the matter on their own blog.

Anyway, Lee Da Hae still has a strong base despite the bad reputations and so on to survive in her career. I like her act, though her personal attitude sometimes inconvenience and misplaces. Hopefully, she will takes some times to clean up her image soon.

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can you leave Malaysian out of this?

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yeap, dont generalize. not all malaysian think the same thought yar. and i love this blog, eventho there's stuff that i dont agree on, but hey, it's their blog. they can say what they want.

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sorry for offending my Malaysian, but just saying what I heard..actually, 'Oh Bulan's blog' event worst..'seronok kutuk orang'..as they said.

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I've been to that blog, and yeah, they like to say bad things about people, but it's their blog, they can say whatever they bloody well want on it, as long as they take care not to get themselves arrested by that infamous agency of ours, if you know what I mean.

I don't like Lee Da Hae as an actress, I don't think she has much talent when it comes to acting, but she is really pretty. She needs to learn tact on how to get around in the show business, though. She's been stepping on a lot of toes lately, as JB pointed out.

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How can you compare this site with Oh Bulan site. Oh Bulan is a reporter-gossips portal whereby this is translating/new oriented site in K drama news in Korean. You are new here aren't you.

Fellow malaysian

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If you want to see a site similar to Oh Bulan go to popseoul instead whereby it is more gossip related site. This is a news oriented site when it comes to the recent update of Korean artist.

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Yes please, please leave country specific comments out of this.It makes us look like ignoramus and have no critical thinking abilities and are like lemmings.

Personally I think this is pretty much a factual article and no strongly worded opinion.I say no strongly worded opinion.

I have no idea why people are quick to take personal offence.

I actually like LDH in My Girl and want to watch LDW's new drama.I love Micky.

Now that is out of the way,her personal life and choices...I leave it out of the equation when I watch her roles.Well I try to...there are a lot of comments here.

Thanks for the update JB.

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people who are not well-versed in english can mistake banter for ...well, not banter. what curse words, have your friends learned from his site? examples please.

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errr, because this is the only forum where people evaluates the evidence in a rational way? i.e. cause i like her performance as an actress in x, she can do no wrong? or the other way around?

really, i don't understand how anyone can point jb for 'hating' when the majority of the post is from statements from LDH's own management company? that's the same as pointing out that her own management company hates her. doh!

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Sorry kiasu but she is not as well liked as you think.

A lot of Filipinos don't like her that's for starters. It all started when she started imitating on how Filipinos speak English on TV.

Too bad she's with Mickey in Ripley.

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really?? sorry to say but a lot filipinos still like her.. i know cuz i'm filipino..

can you please move on?? don't make us (if youre filipino) look bad/ butt hurt over a freaking joke.. she even apologized and clear her side..

geez what a shame of this FILIPINO PRIDE its getting annoying already!!!!

heared from the news that the production team of coffee is having financial troubles..

now it make sense why they want to file a lawsuit what a shame...

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I like her a lot too even though she has lots of antis or bad news and I`m a Filipino also...

I think she is misunderstood most of the times....her acting for me is ok...

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what's wrong with micky? T_T

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sigh...i hope micky won't get hurt in this and that the controversy will only draw more viewers for ripley. i hope that LDH won't be unjustly accused...this is so confusing...............................

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...Er, I'm assuming Kang Ji Hwan wasn't sued, but Lee Da Hae was. Hence the story.

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Why? simply JB and GF are just haters to Da Hae, all their blogs abt Da hae is unfair and bias. Sometimes i wonder why these two hate DH so much? or are they just going with the flow or shall i say the media just so they can get more readers(Da Hae's antis)disregarding facts?

JB and GF please have some sense and kindness when write about someone, if u dont like such n such person ur free to write abt them but please use FACTs and perhaps widen ur eyes abit to see whats beneath the surface(as media always fabricating rumors) so why copy these media and burying the truth, such shame on you.

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I always like LDH. Not sure why so many people hate her and always find anything and everthing to blame it on the actress.

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i was thinking about that too... well i think she's not your

usual k-actresses.. when controversies came out most of k-actresses want to remain silent but apparently she's not..

LDH is more outspoken..

only my observation..

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I don't see why everyone is being so rude about this post. God forbid someone who runs a site about Korean dramas make a post to inform people about a current event of a well known actress, who is soon appearing in a new drama.

I've only ever seen LDH in My Girl, so I don't have much opinion besides I liked her in that, but even if someone does dislike her, it's not a punishable offense. Be glad JB is bothering to inform people at all, considering the crap I'm sure she has to look at in the comments every time LDH is even mentioned in a post. Sheesh.

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I know right. I'm almost scared to read the comments in articles regarding Lee Da Hae. People are so feisty.

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If we were on facebook, I'd like this :)

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Totally agree with you. Poor JB!

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on the other hand Yoon Eun Hye has the reputation that she is loyal till the end with a movie or drama and this has a reverse : we can't see her in as many movies or drama she could do ... if she would drop more easily conflicted schedules

another busy guy is Jung Gyu Woon coz he filmed about 3 dramas in a row without pause (I think some of them overlapped - at least Dr Champ and Sign Sign aired last ep in 10 March ...Romance town held first reading in last week of March)

on the other hand other ppl filmed a movie and a drama in the same time - but rarely exactly the main lead - when we know the killer schedule they have (Sign Edited last episode while airing (Yo Seung Ho filmed Blind in the same time with Flames of ambition...etc javabeans knows better look for the guys and girls in site)

if the agreement was verbal ... and her management dropped the movie coz of delays - financially won't cost a thing- but her image is tarnished once again

I still hope to see a good anti-heroine in k-lala land (I loved MiShil to bits, Lady Choi (Dae Jang Geum is unforgettable,
Yoon Na Young (Flames of jailbait), Eugene in baker King weren't bad and Royal Family galz were forgettable (sorry crew)

however Lee Da Hae was a scammer another time in My Girl and she was pretty good at it - only that Hong sister love too much their main leads to make them bad to the bone - even Foxy Hunter - who was supposed to be the baddest of them all - he was kind and lovable

however Micky Yoochun promised us to deliver an subjective answer rather than an objective one as Lee Sun Joon did in SKKS
so subjective Lee Sun Jun loosing all for LDH's sake - with her actual image.. I wonder how far they will take it

btw Baby Faced beauty doesn't have exactly an anti-heroine - but she ain't an angel :P - and Yo In Na has a lovable bitchy char

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Umm, it seems like JB is merely reporting the news of the lawsuit, and that this lawsuit won't be good for her already dwindling public image.

Why hate the messenger, folks?

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exactly my thoughts...why does this place turn into a war zone the minute LDH is mentioned here.

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Yeah, I agree.

JB was just reporting a fact. Nothing wrong in that.

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I'm thinking that, too. I don't feel any venom dripping in this post.

I have no opinion towards LDH since I haven't watched anything but My Girl with her in it, but as far as this legal situation goes, if the production team isn't on schedule and the actress has another project coming up, I don't think that's really her fault.

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agree too, esp considering the post is replete with statements from LDH's management company.

there's too many LDH fans blinded by their (misguided) loyalty that they can't see separate fact from fiction. *annoyed*

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There are too many anti-LDH fans stirring up troubles and creating drama as usual. *annoyed*

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poor javabeans. :/ sorry you have to put up with this crap.

business decisions aside, i really like lee da hae's chutzpah, just generally from interviews and such. her character is right up my street. all this drama ain't good for her career though, someone should tell her to be careful about project-dropping.

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Is it just me or is this type of lawsuit way more common in Korea than in the USA? I feel like people are dropping in and out of projects all the time in the USA without anyone suing anyone. Maybe I'm just not plugged in to the right sources, though.

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Wow, girl can't catch a break.

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Ok, the numbers are kind of confusing to me. They are requesting 360 billion won, more than the budget of the movie (10 billion won)? Lol Does that mean this is their way to insure the budget for the movie (and then some): try getting it from Lee's management even after she's already left the project. Smart move on their part. Couldn't find funding? Just sue for it! /sarcasm

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poor lee dahae..always hit with these bad problems. have strength and get over them.
lee dahae fighting!!!

can't wait for ripley. watching it for lee dahae and the other actors' wonderful acting. kind of worried about yoochun's acting, but hopefully, he can hold up with these seniors.

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Sounds like Ocean Film could be exploiting her image of half-a**ing through potential projects. It made sense when Koh Hye-jung was hit with this kind of lawsuit because she was actually a deal-breaker for production. But LDH? They're just bullies now:P

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...to wring some money out of DBM.....

is her company DBM Entertainment is a subdivision of DBM -a leading global company in providing sevices to big companies around the word. If Yes, no wonder, Ocean Film asked them to get the investment, and then this lawsuit. Easy money.

I thought she is under Rain, Jtune.

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If I were a citizen of korea, I will tell all the people I know and they will tell all the people they know(or start a revolution) about not watching any film produced by that OCEAN FILM or whatever it is. Don't they have any funds to continue the project so they are getting all the money they can get from Lee Da Hae's company DBM??? OMG,,,

I just want to slap that president of the OCEAN FILM with all the MONEY I have...

I am not a big fan Of Lee Da Hae but this is too much..... They are asking lee for compensation of damages two times the salary they have given her???

Try to do these crap in AMERICA and we will kick your butt MR. PRESIDENT.

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Ummm. People do this all the time in America. When people sue, they sue for the most money they can get. It's for various things, burdens, etc... they have to deal because of the broken contract. Furthermore, they need to pay their lawyers. Lastly, just because they're suing for 300 something billion won, doesn't mean that there's going to get everything; the court usually cut it down by a lot (at least in America, anyways).

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I always wonder how did they come out with that number- did they need to list all the items and then give them a total? or just give them a number (any number)?

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Kind of a pity she has so much scandals going on these past years. I really miss seeing her in dramas like My Girl. Whether it's her fault, her management fault or Ocean Film trying to wring out money, LDH is still the one getting the most bad rep with a lawsuit stuck with her.

Hope things will go better for her in the future. A rom-com could do that, maybe? Or am I hoping too much?

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Did you guys read the article properly? Jb is not bashing LDH, just commenting on the fact that the lawsuit isn't doing too much for LDH's bad rep as an actress who frequently drops projects, which is true.
Anyway it sounds like its both parties faults to me.who wants tO stick to a delayed project when there's another one being offered and guaranteed to start? Can't blame LDH myself, but if she signed a contract, you are sort of screwing over the production even more. This is gonna get messy

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It's even noted in this post though that she herself didn't sign a contract.

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True, but if a contract was being drawn up, the production company must have been thinking it was a done deal. They didn't lose any money (which means this lawsuit is just being used to screw over LDH) but if they thought she was on board then it sets production back even more because they have to recast LDH's role.

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But they've already recasted her, and were quick to do so, and still production (the actual shooting) of the movie has yet to begun. I don't think her dropping out delayed them much, whatever lack of funding they are unable to secure is doing that.

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i just hope this doesn't affect Ripley too adversely

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my rxn: haha.

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I'm being shallow but her nose job was a horrible choice. I have a nose fetish and Korean entertainment business is the worst love for a person with nose fetish. Seeing these perfectly nice noses destroyed on a daily basis. It was so cute and CUTEE WHY YOU??? WHYYYYY WAAAAE WAAAAAAAAAAAEEEE. As if Michael Jackson wasn't traumatising enough, the amount of destroyed Korean celeb noses I've seen, its surpassed Jackson stage. All their previous noses are so perfect too.

I'm done.

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That's her natural nose though, she's never had a nose job. If you don't like it you just have a problem with her natural nose.

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Her nose didn't look like that before. And if it's not her nose, she's done something to impact the way she looks now.
http://www.dramabeans.com/2009/05/lee-da-haes-old-pageant-photos/
http://www.allkpop.com/2010/09/lee-da-haes-changing-face-worries-netizens

Oh, it was just bad lighting in every recent picture of her. Of course. >_>"

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What exactly about her nose has she changed? She's always had a small nose with a low (as opposed to high) bridge. Go to YouTube and watch clips of any if her older dramas, starting from the very earliest even, and compare it to any resent clip, I guarantee you there is no difference. These pictures are showing different angles of her, and even then her nose still looks the same. Compare for instance, the one of her in a hanbok, in Hello Miss, one of her earlier dramas, to those recent captions. If those captions were of her profile, her nose would look the same as it did when in Hello Miss.

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How about some other pictures.

This is one of her earliest profile shots for her management company, back before or around when she did Green Rose.

http://myscrapblog1.files.wordpress.com/2011/04/180px-lee_da_hae.jpg

This is from one of her earliest dramas, Sweet 18, before she had done Green Rose. I think this is like her second or third drama, before she was even leading lady. She turned 19 during this drama.

http://shadowlesslight.files.wordpress.com/2007/06/ldh.jpg

This is in Green Rose, before My Girl.

http://shadowlesslight.files.wordpress.com/2007/06/photo6682.jpg

http://shadowlesslight.files.wordpress.com/2007/06/osapretty84vx9xu.jpg

http://shadowlesslight.files.wordpress.com/2007/06/gr.jpg

Her in Hello Miss

http://shadowlesslight.files.wordpress.com/2007/06/20070509091456534250915yg1.jpg

http://shadowlesslight.files.wordpress.com/2007/06/096006084_l.jpg

Compare those to any of the caps and pictures posted in this link you provided? Really, can you honestly say her nose changed? It looks exactly the same.

http://www.allkpop.com/2010/09/lee-da-haes-changing-face-worries-netizens

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i think her eyes and nose changed. i thought otherwise but when i looked at the pics you posted and and her recent ones, it seems that her nose is more prominent now, if you look at the tip and the sides. and her eyes are bigger but maybe that's just makeup.
i'm no anti, just confused about why she looks a little different these days so i took a look at the pics :P

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I disagree that her nose is more prominent now than it was to begin with. How so? Is the bridge of her nose higher? Is her nose more narrow? Is the shape of it different? It's one thing if her nose is very obviously different, but that isn't the case here. Instead of nitpicking the slightest difference in the appearance of her nose from picture to picture as her having done something to it, consider her fluctuation in weight, angle of the pictures, make-up, and especially in that website link posted earlier, photoshop. Better yet, a better way to judge is to go to YouTube and compare any of her older clips to some of her more recent ones.

And I'm not attacking you, I'm sorry if it's going to come off that way. I just want to make my point clear because I really do believe it's unfair to jump to the conclusion she's done her nose when it's hardly obvious from any of these pictures that there is any real difference.

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I think that she made the right choice since the movie has been delayed and she has no gurantee that it will be done.

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LOL. I'm sorry, but the commenters who went off track and started bashing JB sounded more comical than anything else. I don't know what they were reading. I've only watched LDH in My Girl and since that was the 2nd drama I ever watched, I loved everything about it. I don't think any court would be dumb enough to award the Prod Co that much in damages.

I'm still looking forward to Ripley.^_^

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sounds to me that The film company laying the law suit to try and get the attention on their film that they couldn't do by normal promotion ie not raising the agreed upon funding figure. Actually that is a very good clause to put into the informal contract, so many Korean films just died because the promising money never appears and the actors have end up with wasting three months or more of their time. So the film company just using LDH name to promote their film, it hardly the first time someone blackened anther name for publicity after all.

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JB is just sharing a report so what's wrong with that? LDH is such a prominant figure n her drama is coming up that's y JB is sharing this.

For goodness sake, JB has been all nice to setup this free site and you ppl have to bash her. If one day she closed her site due to this, it will be such a great loss! Pls stop doing this kind of childish act.

Anyway it's her site and she has all the right to choose what to post. Respect her, if you don't like what you read, leave. Simple as that.

Personally I don't think LDH is at fault since her mgmt team shld b the one making the decision. So I doubt Korean ppl will react negatively to her.

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So she already with new mgmt. I thought she still with J.Tune company. I'm so behind all of this.

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LAY OFF JAVABEANS
sincerely, a Lee Da Hae fan.

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Hi NaClChunsa,

Did you forget a comma? If you didn't, good for you!

sincerely, a Javabeans fan

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LOL i wasnt insulting JB
i was telling people to stop
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HAHAHAHAHA

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Haha I had the same thought!

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the post is merely reporting the facts and nothing more, and even if javabeans dissed LDH she can very well do so since this is HER blog, she can write whatever she wants--- if peoples' panties get all bunched up over some anti-LDH article they can just SKIP IT, simple as that.

don't jeopardize our awesome source of recap goodies by angering javabeans.

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I thought she was till with J.Tune Ent as well =/

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LDH's recent troubles are the elephant in the room.

When talking about LDH they can't be ignored. To do so would scream "bias" in and of itself.

Read the facts (both sides of the story, as it stands now, are detailed in JB's post) and make your own informed decisions.

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I think it'd be an incredible turn around for her (potentially, as an actress) if she embraces her role as an anti-heroine. If she plays it with the right measure of deviousness and sympathy, it would be an amazing sight. I havent seen her in many non-mainstream projects (which tend to demand artists to project one note sometimes) so I dont know if she has the acting to do it, but that would be fun.

Unfortunately, sometimes people tend to confuse the actress with the character which IMO can be a problem for her in this LOL :D

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I'll admit that Lee has made some pretty bad press during the past years since My Girl, but she is a good actress and her crying scenes are some of the best out there.

I think all the problems that she'd encountered is just a matter of poor PR on the side of her management team.

No matter what, I'm excited for Ridley and can't wait to see what she will deliver. Kinda sad to not see her since Chuno and totally excited that she's coming back soon on the small screen.

I hope all her problems will be solve soon! LDH, fighting!!!

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LOL!

these days, i'd read anything about LDH

thanks jb! pls dont' be discouraged with these neg comments..keep these wiritings coming :)

I don't call my self a LDH fan..but I did love her in My Girl..I don't care what she does bad or good...just wanted to enjoy the K-lalala-land

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Whatever Guys ,
I Love Javabeans
and so are Dramabeans :>

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:D I think it's good that a lot of people come here to bash on LDH. More hits for JB. :D

ON a more serious note.... wow, the korean film industry is soooooo weird. O_O It seems like they are so tough to their actors and actresses.

I'm going to take a break from k-drama and watch some lakorns for a while. :D But will definitely come to this site for recaps. Hopefully Ripley will be one of those recaps. :(

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i don't see what wrong to drop out the project if the delay of the project... it<s not her to way for them... suck

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What utter bullshit. It's obvious that they just want to make some money outta LDH.
For those people who say JB isn't bashing on LDH, just look at her past articles. She wrote about how increasingly annoying LDH's cuteness was ("ooh puppies") And though she doesn't say it outright, she always has a venomous undertone whenever she writes an article involving LDH.
But I can't blame her. After all, she has opinions too. However, I find it ridiculous for people to bash on LDH just because they worship JB. (Not that all LDH-haters are JB-worshippers, of course, just a few)
I must say, JB is a terrific writer though. She exemplifies such unique charm through her words, so it's difficult to disagree with her.

It's a pity how LDH turned out. She was so well loved and now she's judged for everything she does.

If's she blunt, she's considered a bitch. If she drops out of a project to do another (which is not so out of the ordinary for actors and actresses) she's considered an irresponsible, bratty flake.

Why can't people judge her by the content of her acting? She's an amazing actress, no doubt. And I think that's the only thing we should judge about her, because that's the only thing we know for sure about her. We don't know her personality in real life, so who are we to judge?

I don't know, just my 2 cents.

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Yes, Yes, she is bratty and has a prima-donna-ish attitude. I know so...

My admiration for LDH ended with My Girl. It has been a downward slope since then.

Alo my 2 cents.

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Because LDH is in the business of entertainment industry, wher you don't sell your skill, but your image.
And LDH is judged by that image, not by her real persona.
Kind of like you are judging JB, me and everyone else, based on the image you get by the handful of posts we make in the internet.
You don't know any of us in person, still you lable people as haters of LDH, or fans of LB, put a meaning into snippets of words (have you heard the tone of voice of the "oh puppies", so that you can confirm what you *think* is means?), and judge a person you don't even know.

Who are you to judge?

Just my 2 cents.

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Oh my dear bee.
Are you saying you're a javabeans fanatic? I can totally see that (; you posted the SAME thing twice, only you made your second post wordier.
Lay off the honey babe, we see your point.

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Actually, that was due to my browser hanging up, and that the one reply didn't show up when i reloaded the page, so I posted it again one post up. As simple as that, but you kind of prove my point by your post, dear. :)

And no, I'm not a JB fanatic. I oftend don't agree with her opinions about dramas, etc. If anything, I'm a JB-'anti' because of our clashing opinions. :)

So, dear fairy, how about you not making assumptions when you don't know what really happened, mhm? :)

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well, to me the key in all this is "...a simple informal contract". let's see the contract and we can judge whether it's informal or simple lol.

honestly, db management, why would you give anyone a written commitment, informal or otherwise? how long have you managed your client, again? methinks LDH needs to get another management agency asap.

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She's digging her own grave. PERIOD!

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Why do I have a feeling that the anti JB on this thread are a part of LDH's club. Minimizing the damage on their star it seems.

Ah well, fair enough. With a drama coming soon all this unnecessary attention is not needed.

Too bad for Yoo Chun to be paired off with her. Is it too late to get him out of there, PLEASE..............E!!!

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Micky also in the lawsuit, so Lawsuit couple we can called them.

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actor wannabe + scandal maker , lol

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BTW, a contract, formal or informal, still a contract.

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Yes, but what are the contract stipulations? Let's wait to hear that.

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Korean law is similiar to American law. Unless you sign on the dotted line, no contract exists.

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Here's a suggestion JB & GF. Don't recap RIPLEY when it comes out.

Let the others do it.

Just my 2 cents.

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I actually feel really bad for Lee Da-hae. Let's hope news of this lawsuit doesn't affect her moral in filming Ripley, because I want to see a good drama out of it, so himneja!

I don't expect JB or GF to recap it though. Actually, I'd be surprised if they do, doesn't seem like their cup of tea based on the premise alone.

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*morale

I had to laugh out loud at this mistake haha =P

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Yes, i'm new here and also to kdrama, but I always drawn to whenever articles on Dahae appeared, don't know why, maybe it is fun because I can see the reaction from her fans and anti-I'm more like a casual fans.

BUT still a big question, why JB and GF still want to write about LDH? not about others in Ripley-none so far on Micky.Is SM Entertainment forbid both of you to write about him.

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Aigoo... I think you might still not understand what a BLOG means dude. They are the authors of this site, they write what THEY want. D'oh -.- On a side note, I think your nickname suits you eh ;)

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lord, the passive-aggressive polite way that people are being SO snarky on this thread is giving me a headache! i don't even like LDH, but i think posts about her generally attract this kind of attention and GEEZ, i would feel so bad if i was on her team or if i was HER and i read this. because it's not just stuff about HER anymore, it's prompting people to go up against each other. wut da hale.

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AGREED!. For the record, I neither like nor dislike LDH. She doesn't particularly attract me in as an actress, nor does she particularly detract me either. If she's in a drama that sounds interesting, I'll watch it... If not, I won't. Life is simple for the likes of me so I cannot fathom the celebrity fanatism surounding her.

I do feel for JB, cos some of the attacks on JB are both personal and judgemental. What's with that?! If you want to debate the issue, then please put the thought into an intelligible argument.

My 2 cents...? JB, don't bother reporting on LDH anymore. Save yourself the hassle of 'upsetting' her fans. Live life simply and, quite honestly, alot of us (sorry... that's generalising... so I mean ME) couldn't care less what LDH's up to.

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Exactement! My thoughts entirely. Although on showbiz, any news, bad or good, is still news.
At least on that aspect alone, the LDH camp would be happy. It gave their star some form of exposure.

On a casual note, just for the sake of Mickey YC, I hope Ripley does well.

There are so many good dramas coming out that I won't know what to do when 49 days ends. I'll go straight to Lie to Me, I guess, or watch Dong Yi & SKK again.

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Stop bashing LDH people. She is a good acctress. If she wanted to drop the project, OK, no problem. To the hell with that movie. Why do you always have to talk bad about LDH? Why dont you ever talk bad for another famous star? All the scandal that I have seen here are about LDH.

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Okay, I will phrase this going by your logic: ;)
LDH got sued by the film company. That created the scandal. LDH not creating any scandals = nothing to report about. So, why don't you ask LDH to no longer create any scandals so that people no longer talk bad about her, so we can all go back to focussing on reports about her acting skills? :)

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LMAO this post
butthurt fans crying, thx for the pity party y'all
oh such a delicious sunday

and LDH, gurrl, look at your life look at your choices

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this is what my friend said, BITCH Forum, the comment like yours is what they want to learn.

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I'm pretty sure they learnt it from you cuz I've never once heard JB call Lee Da Hae a bitch...and I've been here a lot longer than you.....and I also hope you learn the diffrence between a blog and a forum...THIS place you're here right now is a BLOG

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you know, just to point out the obvious-- you, writing "BITCH" that way, in all caps and saying that.. YOU'RE the one who put the word out here, not anyone else. have a look see.

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Meludah di langit terkena diri sendiri.

You yourownself wrote that. Not in my life I ever read that word written in JB.

You better reflect urself. Maybe u came here after people suggest to come here to defend LDH. I have come here often enough and not LDH alone JB has a personal opinions on the news but other celeberity as well; Lee Byung Hun and many more. But their fans aren't this defensive.

p/s: Kinda funny how when we defend JB or have a 2 cents about LDH people will say we as JB worshippers.

I don't think so. We are entitled to our own opinion and I myself have disagree with JB in lots of things. But when it comes to LDH, her fans jumps off.

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thanks jb.

"simple informal contract" is not a WRITTEN CONTRACT meaning NO LEGAL BINDING , NO SIGNATURE written,
simple english language to understand.

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From memory (of studying Commercial Law), it's not as simple as you mentioned. Then again, each country has slightly different jurisdiction I s'pose.

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Contract is contract, regardless of signature or not. Otherwise, you buying food in a food stall (sales contract) would still be theft if the stall's person changes their mind, because you didn't sign anything...

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simple informal contract ,

could also meaning just talking, talking, talking and drunk, like in the drama at the restaurant or coffee shop or at the side road with colorful shady canvas, small yellow bulb, and at an open place.

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