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First script read for Hong sisters’ horror rom-com Master’s Sun
by | July 4, 2013 | 88 Comments

Production is underway for the new Hong sisters horor romantic comedy Master’s Sun, starring Gong Hyo-jin and So Ji-sub, set to premiere later this month. It’s following I Hear Your Voice in SBS’s Wednesday-Thursday slot, which means we’re going straight from mind-reading hero to ghost-seeing heroine. Hm, I could get used to Superpower Wednesdays. Character descriptions accompanied the script read, and as expected the Hong sisters didn’t scrimp on the puntastic titles and character names, as is their custom.

So Ji-sub plays the rich I-see-everything-as-money hero Joo Joong-won (joong-won means “ruling position” or “supremacy”), and Gong Hyo-jin plays the I-see-dead-people heroine Tae Gong-shil (tae is “form/figure” and gong-shil is “empty room,” so literally “form in empty room” as in the creepy ghosts she sees). That also makes the pun version of the title Mr. Joo’s Ms. Tae, which, PFFFFFT. What can I say? The Hong sisters never met a pun they didn’t like.

The heroine suddenly develops the ability to see ghosts after an accident, and it freaks her out so much that she can’t sleep at night. She works as a secretary for the hero, a haughty executive of a shopping mall kingdom (Oh the product placement to come. Anthony would LOVE this.) and the drama promises a mix of chilling horror, sweet romance, and laugh-out-loud comedy. Yes please. I’m begging you — bring back the funny.

Co-starring is Seo In-gook (Answer Me 1997) as an ex-soldier and head of security (I’m thinking chaebol executive private security, not yunno, mall cop… though come to think of it, that’d be funnier). Kim Yuri (Alice in Cheongdam-dong) plays a top star, and since her character’s last name is Tae, she must be related to the heroine. I hope the love square isn’t between sisters. Man, that would suck. And Jung Ga-eun (A Thousand Kisses) plays a meddlesome busybody who brings the laughs.

I’m looking forward to So Ji-sub for the first time ever, mostly because his conceited and self-involved character actually sounds like the perfect thing to mesh his star persona with to make for side-splitting comedy. I hope that’s what they’re going for, because I can actually see myself liking him if he can make fun of himself. And Gong Hyo-jin is love love love. With PD Jin Hyuk of City Hunter and Prosecutor Princess at the helm, all around it’s got great ingredients for a fantastic drama. Not that we haven’t been burned by that before, but let’s just hope this drama’s got enough magic to make up for old wounds.

Master’s Sun follows I Hear Your Voice and premieres July 31 on SBS.

Via TV Report


88 Comments from the Beanut Gallery
  1. moondust

    Looking forward!

    • 1.1 hmm

      super interested!


      • 1.1.1 pabo ceo reom

        Me too! What is this Big everyone is talking about? Never heard of it. *denial is strong with this one*

        • Ivoire

          I guess “denial” is not just a river in Egypt for you, in this case :-)… (if it is that strong ๐Ÿ™‚ )

          • paper

            I don’t understand why everyone HATED/DISLIKED Big ๐Ÿ™

            It was a car wreck compared to their previous works… but there have been worse dramas. Not every drama is going to be PERFECTION~

          • KimYoonmi


            Personally I didn’t hate it. I think people didn’t understand the ending and they were expecting something different from what it was. If they backed up and hadn’t thought it was the Hong Sisters, and understood that theming was the most important element to the entire thing, it’s not a bad drama. It’s actually fairly good. I thought it was a very well-thought out exploration of the theme.

            If you want the more technical explanation of what people (and specifically the drama bean bloggers) disliked the drama, I can break it this way:

            The Hong Sisters are known for big and gloriously funny. They do the amusement ride park, usually the ones where you fall and scream so loud and you don’t know what’s happening.

            However, as a pay off to this (or the down side), it means that a lot of their smaller moments that yes, they put in, (but to be fair, not harsh) the bloggers of this website usually don’t highlight/get. (Sometimes people have to explain it for them. See my Princess… for example. Secret Garden… the owners of this site tend to really dislike the subtle.)

            It also means in the pacing the characters, while interesting, don’t always get depth, which meant that the detractors of the Hong Sisters shy away.

            In addition to that the Hong Sisters seriously and absolutely like to follow THEMEs and explore permutations on themes. This is something you also won’t get unless you watch a bunch of them. They will absolutely bend everything to a theme. All of the characters bend to that theme, the pacing, the setting, the jokes, the puns, the tone. And they tend to revisit unused themes in later dramas.

            Big’s main theme was maturity. Maturity, is by definition, slow, mysterious and doesn’t have an end to it. It’s kind of methodical.

            So if you follow that, then the ending makes a whole lot of sense. And the drama starts to too. You don’t want a heart throbbing drama when you handle the theme of maturity. You want more character-oriented, slow, thoughtful. And this is how the Hong Sisters disappointed/pissed off the majority of the people on this website.

            They were pushing themselves artistically to fix the very problem that the site owners of this blog complained about to high heaven: Where is the subtle? (It’s there, but people so missed it. You really have to be on your game to catch the Hong Sister’s version of subtle.) And they were trying it on base material most likely because they weren’t 100% sure they could pull it off.

            That’s my observation of why people didn’t like the drama overall.

            For me, who loves slice of life and know that the Hong Sisters are like the Spanish Inquisition at every turn–you don’t know which amusement ride you’re going to get… I really liked riding the Merry-Go-Round/Ferris Wheel with them for once. Everyone else wanted a Roller Coaster. But the subtle jokes and the situational comedy was up my ally. It proved that they had range. And I rather a writer constantly take risks and occasionally fail rather than stay stagnant.

            Anyway, I’m expecting the tone shift on this one too. They probably will want to try to explore the things they didn’t do in My Girlfriend is a Gumiho with the afterlife and I’m taking a stab that the theme will be about Death and the meaning of life. They’ll probably leave the theme of maturity behind and try to really scare people while making them laugh.

            My Girlfriend is a Gumiho also had light Muism, so I expect that to be amped up. My Girlfriend is Gumiho also didn’t really get scary either. So I think they’ll really try to play up the horror aspects and go maybe a little dark comedy. (They had some dark comedy off of Hong Gil Dong too. Not that anyone really noticed. Anyone notice the dark joke?)

            I’m expecting either house of mirrors/haunted house ride… or that one where you plummet straight down screaming and hiding all the way. I’m fine with either ride. They’ll also more likely bring in some of the character subtle from Big that they learned and also some plot subtle too. And Meta. OMG, I bet they’ll meta it to death.

          • PollyRose


            Thanks for the perspective you bring! I really liked Big right up until the ending, so I enjoyed reading your take on it. The only thing that bugged me was that they used Gong Yoo at the end, but I would love to get another perspective that could maybe help change my mind or at least help me understand it a bit more ๐Ÿ™‚ If you’ve got time and see this, could you respond?


          • bd

            “Big” was pretty much total dreck like a bunch of other romcoms (including a couple that got big ratings).

            Story lines/sub plots that didn’t make any sense, clichรฉ filled scenes, stereotypical characters, etc.

            Pretty much not much there to redeem the mess that it was.

        • Mar

          The reason many people did not like Big:

          It boils down to the ending. The characters were likable or at least entertaining. Most of the show was enjoyable. People invested in this show, and they felt the ending was lacking. 1-Dangling plot bunnies such as the supernatural aspect and the most glaring being there was no real closure with the Seo Yoon-jae character with either Gil Dal-ran as a fiance or with Kang Kyung-joon as a biological brother.

          2-Dal-ran fell in love with Kyung-joon the person, a much younger man in age but whom she connected with emotionally and mentally, trapped in Yoon-jae’s body. Some people thought the ending was vague enough to wonder if the brothers did not switch back, or that the story really ended with Dal-ran and Kyung-joon in Yoon-Jae’s body when they said their “until we meet again speeches” under the umbrella. But I think mostly people felt it was a cop out on the age disparity plot aspect/age vs. maturity level plot aspect not to show Dal-ran reuniting with Kyung-joon in his own body.

          That’s my perception anyway.

    • 1.2 tomobuddy

      can’t wait for this rom com to watch !!!
      So Ji Sub & Gong Hyo-jin never imagine they can be a couple at romance drama ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Mommai

    PFFFFT indeed! I love me some puns! ๐Ÿ˜€

  3. TP

    Is that So Ji-sub with the black hat and beard? He looks so different!!!

    • 3.1 paper

      Was I one of the few creepers who noticed him upon first glance?
      I have waaaay too many male family members~ I should utilise my talent… do they have beard lineups? XD

    • 3.2 tomobuddy

      but still good looking right ^^

  4. melo.boy

    I’m confused , who is wearing that beard and hat?

    • 4.1 Rashell

      So Ji Sub. Really. Guess he’s covering up the pretty before the drama starts. Last chance to let himself go for a while.

      • 4.1.1 Penny

        For me actually, he looks way hotter now that he’s all dirty and rugged. That’s how he should always look like from now on.

    • 4.2 ilikemangos

      holy i didn’t even know that was him!!

  5. Rashell

    I’m trying not to get TOO excited for this because I can’t erase the last Hong Sisters drama from memory yet. But if this one is back on form, I’ll truly forgive and forget.

  6. snow_white

    SO EXCITED for this show…..Love Hong sisters (Big never happened) and Love Gong Hyo Jin…..can’t wait!!!!

    • 6.1 Ivoire

      LOL, I love your denial snow_white…

  7. andreea

    yeahhhh!!! an already awesome drama will be followed by a possibly as good drama. this is perfect.. i forsee after this some kind of show similar to arang and magistrate..(that’s my hope)..^.^…last year..around the end of the summer that drama rocked!!

    • 7.1 PollyRose

      Aww, that would be awesome! I loved Arang and the Magistrate, so seeing something along those lines would be really great.

  8. canxi

    Awwww yezzzzzzzz. Exciting. And lol, So Ji Sub is looking a lot like Joe Odagiri in these pictures, omg.

    • 8.1 Adverseffects

      Right??? I thought the same thing!

      • 8.1.1 canxi

        I’m glad I’m not the only one who saw it! Definitely had to do a double take, LOL

    • 8.2 paper

      OH GODS YES!
      Joe Odagiri is one of the few men who I appreciate with facial hair *__*

      • 8.2.1 canxi

        He’s really awesome and scruffy just suits him. I actually like the look on So Ji Sub too from the pics above. Not half bad.

  9. rainerust

    I have enjoyed most Hong Sisters dramas (have conveniently erased Big from my memory) and I love GHJ so here’s to sincerely hoping the drama lives up to expectations – or at least please don’t don’t crash and burn!

    Wondering if they will manage to work in a cameo for Gong Yoo or Lee Min Jung as per their standard practice for all their dramas (my fave of which was how they worked LSG into Best Love and make mention of his refrigerator CF!). If so super looking forward to that! Love both of them and thought they were wasted in that drama that shall not be named.

  10. 10 porcelain

    So Ji Sub does scruffy like no other… he looks hawt… but he might clean up since his role is kinda executive…

    And liking Gong Hyo Jin hair color…

    Fluffy reason aside, this seems interesting!

  11. 11 Rachel

    Oh gosh this sounds hilarious already. Can’t wait! SBS seems to have a really good line-up. First I Hear Your Voice, then this!

    I really can’t wait to see what So Ji Sub has to offer to the comedy genre.

    Hope this will help me get over my Big disappointment. (see what I did there? Haha.)

  12. 12 raindrops1

    Looking forward to this drama. I like the the premise as it can lead to all kinds of funny situations. Romance and humor is always a good mix in my book.

  13. 13 luvhee107

    will be watching this because of Seo Inguk and So Jisub.

    and, SUPERPOWER WEDNESDAYS..! haha, that’s interesting ! ๐Ÿ˜€

  14. 14 PollyRose

    Yay for Superpower Wednesdays! Nothing like having another great drama to fill the void after you lose an awesome one.

    Definitely looking forward to more Hong Sisters and Gong Hyo Jin. I actually enjoyed Big, right up until that cop out of an ending…well we won’t talk about that…and while I’m one of the few who didn’t love Greatest Love, I really enjoyed GHJ in it. So while I can’t say I want to see the end of IHYV, if this is good, it just might help me cope with the loss. So please, please be good!

  15. 15 Unnursvana

    I always get excited over a Hong Sisters drama, it doesn’t matter if Big kinda sucked… Greatest Love didn’t rock my world too much ether (I still enjoyed it a lot) but I still get excited every time they come out with new stuff.

    I loved Gong Hyo Jin in Greatest Love and I am excited to see her back in a Hong Sisters drama. I have know who So Ji Sub is for years but never actually wanted to watch his stuff because it all seems like some angsty melodramas so I am super excited for this. I am so hoping that he is just going to let loose and make a huge fool of himself or something.

    also, I want Shin Min Ah to make a cameo if anyone of Hong Sisters previous characters/actors make any kind of cameos.

    • 15.1 Peridot

      Yes, cameos would be awesome ๐Ÿ™‚

      I’m hoping that the second female will be layered and that she will not be some one-dimensional snob (as has been the case with other female characters in the Hong sisters’ dramas).

      • 15.1.1 pogo

        The only Hong Sisters second lead I’ve ever enjoyed watching was Uee in You’re Beautiful, because that character was awful but HILARIOUS.

    • 15.2 latteholic

      Yes, a cameo from Shin Min Ah. I’m thinking maybe as one of the ghosts? That would be so meta [Arang]

    • 15.3 rhumball

      Try watch “Ghost”. I like it. it’s pretty good. and he’s hot in it. ๐Ÿ˜€

  16. 16 Dorotka

    Oh, Anthony, I miss him…

    Looking forward to this drama and hope SJS can create as unforgettable character as was CSW’s Dokko Jin.

    Ehm, and can somebody explain me the pun? I’m somehow missing it… especially the “sun”….

    • 16.1 Rovi

      I’m guessing the Korean title is either ์ฃผ์ธ์˜ ํƒœ์–‘ (juin-ui taeyang) ์ฃผ์ธ๊ณต์˜ ํƒœ์–‘ (juingong-ui taeyang), but I guess the latter since ์ฃผ์ธ๊ณต is translated nowadays as “lead actor” (sorry for that I just searched the title so disregard everything in the strikeout) ์ฃผ๊ตฐ์˜ ํƒœ์–‘ (jugun-ui taeyang), and GF is right, title IS full of puns.

      Before the advent of the generic ์”จ (ssi) in modern speak, there were more ancient terms to call people back then.
      -For males: there were ์„œ๋ฐฉ (seobang), used variously as a term for “husband”, “Mister”, and also a term for a senior male servant; and ์„ ์ƒ (seonsaeng), used in the early 20th century as a term for “Mister”; now used as either “teacher” or “doctor”.
      -For females: besides the familiar ๋ถ€์ธ (buin), ๋งˆ๋‹˜ (manim), and ์•„๊ฐ€์”จ (agasshi) or ์• ๊ธฐ์”จ (aegisshi). Some lesser known terms are ๋Œ (daek), derived from the hanja ๅฎ… meaning “house”, referring then to a household, but for females, used as a suffix when calling someone as an equal (by affixing the household where she hails from); and ๋„ค (ne), exclusively used for mother’s, more like a precursor to the modern but rare usage of calling someone “X (eldest offspring)’s mother” as a nickname, and also of couples calling each other “X’s mother/father” in formal speak.

      During the Joseon Dynasty, which is steeped in Neo-Confucianism (whose core values are of misogynism and machism), a proper way of calling people via their gender is:
      -For males, ๊ตฐ (gun), derived from the hanja ๅ› generically meaning “Monarch” (big or small), but is an honorific form of “you” in address. That’s why in Japan, ๅ› kimi means “you”
      -For females, ์–‘ (yang), derived from the hanja ๅญƒ meaning “mother”, translated as “woman of the house”. To anyone who has watched the beautiful disaster that is BOF, recall how So Yi-jeong (Kim Bum) calls and addresses Chu Ga-eul (Kim So-eun).
      Thos terms are the ancient equivalent to today’s version of “Miss” and “Mister”

      So, back to the puns.
      Since So Ji-seop plays Joo Joong-won and Gong Hyo-jin plays Tae Gong-shil, in ancient speak they’d be Joo-gun and Tae-yang. Hence, the word play with the Korean title: “Master’s Sun” (jugun-ui taeyang) becomes “Mr. Joo’s Ms. Tae” (Joo-gun-ui Tae-yang). VERY CLEVER.

      • 16.1.1 Thursdaynexxt

        Wow, thanks for the very detailed crash course, Rovi!

        I suspect I’ll need a lot of explanation throughout the series – but yes, it looks hilarious! Am really looking forward to it! ๐Ÿ™‚

        • Rovi

          Haha, thanks, just what I know (which is only the tip of the iceberg).

          Personally, some of the terms come form years of watching sageuk, and especially the archaic female terms (daek and ne) are the result of watching the SBS’s 2004 version of “The Land”, which is now replayed in Arirang.

          I have real difficulty in trying to word those two in understandable terms.

          Ne is easy to understand since the females (specifically mothers) in “The Land” are named after their eldest offspring (Pan-sul-ne, Seok-i-ne, Im-i-ne, Mak-ddal-ne, etc), and can be translated as “X’s mother”. Or also, “X’s household”…I dunno.

          Daek is the hardest and most difficult, in that it translates to “house”; meaning a “household” (i.e. Choi Champan-daek, meaning “the household of Vice Minister Choi, though that one is independent since they own all of the land in the village of Pyeongsa-ri), and calling a female with the suffix daek means you treat her with respect, and according to your level. Though truthfully I don’t know how to translate that in even the most loose of terms.
          -In “Dae Jang-geum”, there’s the funny duo that is Kang Deok-gu (Im Hyeon-shik) and his wife Na-joo-daek (Geum Bo-ra). I thought at first that her name was Na Joo-daek, but after having watched “The Land” and some of “Yeoin Cheonha“, I realized that it’s otherwise.
          -In “The Land”, Yong (Park Sang-won)’s first wife is Kang-cheong-daek (the actress who was also in DJG and “Yi San”).
          -In “Sam-saeng-“, there’s a woman in Dr. Bong (Dokko Yeong-jae)’s household named Hae-joo-daek, and KBS World played it safe by subtitling her as “Ms. Hae”.

    • 16.2 AnotherFan

      Yes, miss Anthony here too.

      As for this drama, I am looking forward to it. Have always loved GYJ and she can do no wrong (knock on wood!). And this would be my first SJS drama so I don’t know what to expect of him. Looks like he will be an interesting venture ๐Ÿ™‚ And just pray this won’t turn out to be another highly hyped/anticipated “Big”!

      • 16.2.1 Rovi

        Excuse me…

        …but what is this “Big” you’re talking about? What is it all about?


  17. 17 Langit13iru

    My wednesday never be the same again. Let’s vote for So Ji Sub clean face and shower scene for SJS and Inguk…


  18. 18 Andrea

    I didn’t want to get too excited, but what can I say? I’m super excited. Ahhhhhhhhh. Please be good, Show. Please.

  19. 19 Mystisith

    Perfect cast, good premise and this drama follows a ratings killer. If the script is good, potentially a hit for this summer. (For me at least.)

  20. 20 ilikemangos

    Not going to get my hopes up too high ( i mean, after all, we’ve all been burned by Big) but hong sisters have alot of works under their belt that i really loved — i mean, alot.
    So i’ll try to dial down my expectations but i’ll still be tuning in.

  21. 21 Jomo's phone

    I liked Big. I will love this.

  22. 22 latteholic

    Can’t wait to see SJS in a lighter role. I fell in love with him before he got typecasted into all of these angsty roles [yeah, Glass Shoes is a melo and so angsty, but he’s so adorable there]. I’m not crazy about GHJ, but I’m hoping to like her here. The premise sounds interesting. Fingers crossed Hong Sisters won’t disappoint this time around.

  23. 23 Love dramas

    So ji sub is clean shaven for the role. I saw a photo of him recently that was him on set – can’t remember where I saw it but somewhere. Of course it makes sense given his role in the drama. I must say that I have never really liked his characters but this one could be the one. He looks good.

    I like the Ghj sjs pairing so I hope it sparks on screen too.

  24. 24 Barbra J 95

    I am so excited for this show. I hope it does it does not disappoint.

  25. 25 Steph

    I flove Gong Hyo-jin so I’m definitely interested in this one.

  26. 26 kumi

    Who’s playing the ghost?

  27. 27 doomy

    the only thing i’m hesitant about is whether so ji sub’s character ends up being a reworking of dokko jin and then we get best love mark 2. i only actually fell in love with that show halfway through and i never saw big bc i heard about the ending, lol, so waiting with bated breath here for the hong sisters to regain their mojo. we’re all rooting for you etc

  28. 28 lili

    I still need to recover from the trainwreck that was ‘Big’…
    As for me, I’ll skip this one.

  29. 29 Mar

    I’m approaching this sideways with caution because this past year in dramas has scarred me, it’s just been so meh and I’m cranky about it.

    Reasons to Watch:

    Paranormal aspect
    Hong Sisters
    Gong Hyo-jin
    Seo In-gook

    Reasons Not to Watch:

    So Ji-sub

    Hong Sisters -yes they are a pro and a con. While I enjoy the funny in their work and I have liked all of their female lead characters except Go Mi-nyu, I have never really absolutely loved one of their shows.

    PD is a toss up-City Hunter was crack, but Prosecutor Princess-I really disliked that show all around.

    I will check it out and hope for magic.

  30. 30 bebeswtz

    So Ji Sub, YAY!! PD of City Hunter, YAY!!!
    Hong Sisters, Yay!!! Paranormal aspect, YAY!!!
    Gong Hyo Jin…. I never really got sucked into any of her works, sad to say =( Yes, haters will hate me for saying that =( But it’s just my opinion =)

  31. 31 Noelle

    Please be good please be good please be good!

  32. 32 Rach^^

    Will be waiting for recaps and see whether it’s worth the time or not. I don’t really get the Hong sisters’ popularity… even though their earlier works like Choon Hyung, My Girl and Fantasy Couple are some of my favourites… hmm.

  33. 33 Lady

    So Ji Sub with the beard, can’t wait to see his character.

  34. 34 themugen

    Hope so ji sub keeps the beard.

  35. 35 Savanna

    Totally unrelated, but girlfriday mentioned “Anthony” while talking about product placement. Who’s Anthony, and why would he love this? I don’t even know why this piques my interest…

    • 35.1 topper

      King of Drama’s main protagonist. A drama producer, and happens to dig product placement.

      • 35.1.1 rhumball

        You have to watch King of Drama. such underrated drama. so funny. You’re gonna love Anthony.

        • ilikemangos

          Buahah — king of dramas wasn’t groundbreaking or anything but it sure did produce an iconic figure in k-dramaland. Not just in the story(cause he was iconic there) but in the real world much of the stuff happening behind the scenes are viewed through the same lens as anthony.


    I am really interested in this drama after hearing more about the story.
    I am excited that they seem to be going for the comedy angle because I think that will work a hell of a lot better for this premise then a melo take on the ghost story idea.

    I think it could end up being really fun!
    Can’t wait!

  37. 37 rhumball

    i’m excited.. everything looks promising. but hoping this won’t be like GFB. Hong sisters are pretty good, except of course, I don’t like ‘Big’. since Big was their recent disaster, hopefully we can only get uphill from now.

  38. 38 Bengbeng

    first time i saw jisub with a tache and beard. Is there no frontal shot of him?

  39. 39 Sajen

    I hope So Ji Sub gets to wear that facial hair in the show.

  40. 40 Noelle

    This is the first time I actually find SJS attractive. I am loving the facial hair.

  41. 41 in times...

    My last Hong sisters’ drama was “Greatest Love” and indeed was it awesome. So, I’m looking forward to this as Gong Hyo Jin is one of my favorite actress and who doesn’t love So Ji Sub? Can’t wait. XD

  42. 42 Hugepuffball

    Heh, I loved the King of Dramas reference

  43. 43 azzurri

    So looking forward to this! SJS doing something happy… I’ve wished for that for a long time. Really hope he smiles a lot in this. And GHJ – have been a diehard fan of hers since Thank You. So this combination, I have never expected it or even considered it (so kudos to whoever thought to cast them), but now I’m really hoping there will be mindblowing chemistry.

    • 43.1 eny

      me too, i wanna see him in comedy. I only like GHJ in pasta, I don’t like Greatest Love n Thank You

  44. 44 junibacken

    Everytime I see a product placement in a drama I always think of Anthony too ๐Ÿ˜€
    And totally looking forward to this drama, I can’t wait to see how SJS will do in rom-com ๐Ÿ™‚

  45. 45 amy

    Another ” I SEE DEAD PEOPLE” crap. I’ll pass

  46. 46 imot

    Ohh that girl Jung Ga Eun really looks like Song Hye Gyo in the pic ….. for awhile i thought she was SHG but why would she be in the this drama lol.

  47. 47 anvesha

    Mention of Anthony always makes me smile… I’m looking forward if only to a funny drama since not many laugh out loud dramas are out right now. I miss them.

  48. 48 reglest

    Hong Sister + Gong Hyo Jin + PD Jin Hyuk!
    I’m IN!! *jumping*

  49. 49 DarknessEyes

    looking forward to this! i think i’ll watch ๐Ÿ˜€

  50. 50 antonia

    SO JI SUB, i need nothing more… but they give me more: Hong Sis and GHJ!!! can’t wait

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