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Kim Jae-wook cast in Age of Feeling

Well, they just added Kim Jae-wook to Age of Feeling. I guess I have to watch it now. Even if it’s going to hurt, seeing Kim Jae-wook relegated (again!) to second-lead status—he’ll be hero Kim Hyun-joong’s romantic rival for Jin Se-yeon’s affections. His character is described only as an art and music lover with refined taste and intelligence, which makes him the direct opposite of the tough fighter hero.

My main question: When will Kim Jae-wook get his hero turn? He may have started out as a pretty face, but he’s shown a lot of improvement from project to project and has so much screen presence that it’s a shame he’s been the sad love-thwarted second lead for so many projects now (see: Bad Guy, Mary Stayed Out All Night, Who Are You).

This is a drama with a lot of interesting elements in the mix: It’s set in 1930s Shanghai and depicts a “sensitive romantic noir,” taking place amid the backdrop of the Japanese occupation years. Keeping my enthusiasm muted is the fact that it’s gone through a lot of delays and was dropped/passed over by a few leading actors, which I hope don’t point to a troubled production. Fingers crossed.

The photos below come from the drama’s December 2 showcase, where most of the cast (minus new addition Kim Jae-wook) showed up in costume, which includes Im Soo-hyang along with Kim Sung-oh (My PS Partner, When A Man Loves), Song Jae-rim (Two Weeks), and Kim Gab-soo (Birth Secret, You’re the Best, Lee Soon-shin).

Age of Feeling premieres on January 15.








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WHY is he NOT the leading man for this?? WHY!

Well OK yes I know star power of KHJ (and not necessarily acting prowess) trumps each time but still, my heart aches for what could have been. Sigh.

Unfortunately I've found that as long as the writing and directing make no sense, no matter how much I love the actor/actress I would not be able to watch the drama (...you see this, Heirs?). So...might give this an episode's shot and hope the story's strong enough to hook me in. This season's worth of dramas haven't been reeling me in, frankly.

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Kim jaewook's dramas are not hit or well received in s.korean except coffee prince but in coffee prince his role is not big so that's why he never get chance leading role, at least kim hyunjoong has big fanbase and agency who back up him and his dramas always in demand in overseas

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I am happy to see that you defended Kim Hyung-Joon with his connections, rather than his talent.

He's another talentless actor-dol, (yes, I know he is a good singer and an all-round prince of a fellow, but this is a drama) and Kim Jae-wook is going to steal this show right from under him, just like he did to Taecyeon in Who Are You.

Maybe Kim Jae-wook is a a superhero, ActorMan, whose mission is to save helpless dramas from themselves, and slowly rid the world of pretty, sweet kids who cannot emote. I can only hope.

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Your comment on KJW "saving" horrible acting skills and/or poorly written dramas not only rang true, but it made me laugh somewhere deep inside. :) I am sad that he does not seem to "get a chance" to REALLY take the lead in a drama, because he is phenomenally realistic and emotive in his acting. One day….one day….. hopefully, someday he will be able to take a WELL-WRITTEN drama as the lead. Until then, he may be destined to save dramas and poor actors from themselves.

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Did I mention that he is good on the eyes, too? No?! Well… not only is a fantabulous actor, but I would show up just to stare at his loveliness. Seriously. HAWT.

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Totally agree with this and OP comment (KJH just make really long MVs instead of dramas!) but the other good news is that KJW is being really active post army. We who love him remember his older dramas but I think it makes sense for him to ramp up with some 2nd leads - he's not Rain to come back from army and get leads right away. He's doing amazing work on dramas that get a lot of spotlight because of the drama-dols and hopefully soon he'll be our leading man!

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KJW's dramas have not been well received b/c the writing was weak and the lead "actors" even weaker in the acting dept.

And look at KHJ's dramas as the lead - despite his popularity as an idol, they have stunk it up when it came to ratings.

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The thing is that the people making dramas don't really care all that much about marketing to Koreans. Korea isn't where the money is - it's all about Japan and his fans there buy whatever he's selling. This is the reason why you see so many godawful male idols in dramas. Producers are not blind or stupid, they just know where the $$$$ is.

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But that's only true to a certain extent - and haven't heard any of KHJ's dramas being big ratings success in Japan either.

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It doesn't really matter how his dramas do as long as Japanese TV producers are still purchasing the rights. Jdoramas have been on a ratings freefall for years so a poorly performing Kdrama is just par for the course.

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An actor usually needs that one break to break into the leading man ranks.

Look at Lee Jin-wook who was playing 2nd banana (and before that supporting roles) until he started to get the lead roles w/ INR2012 and Nine.

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I agree in part, but keep in mind both those dramas aired on Cable TVN. He has not been the lead on a major network drama though he deserves it for sure!

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True, tho Seo In-guk landed himself a lead role in a film after Am1997 - but not a lead role for one of the 3 major networks, at least not yet.

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BTW, is Heirs that Bad? at least they've tried hard...

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Heirs is that bad. I'm considering re-watching Nail Shop Paris when it plays just to get away from it.

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They should rename it to 'Age of Feels' now, because I hear the thuds of fainting people across the globe as they hit the ground.

I agree though, some people get leading roles with way less experience and skills ('Who Are You', anyone?). It's about time he gets a leading role. I think he can pull it off, if it's the right one. And we'll never know if they don't let him.

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Not to mention he's the second lead to two bad acting idols in a row. Maybe that is his plan. To shine through the fail.

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He never getting shine if all his dramas are failed

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True. This is just my feeble, pathetic attempt to rationalize what ultimately looks like very poor decisions and work by his agency. Or lack of connections. :P

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That's not necessarily true though. Good actors do get picked out from bad projects, simply because they will stand out despite all the crap.

I think he needs to branch out into film though, because dramas seem to care for name and fame most of all these days. And sadly, drama watchers often don't seem to mind as long their favourite idol is on the screen.

*sigh*

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@alua - I agree, I wish he'd do a movie too. I loved Antique.

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he is shining all right... but it doesn't seem like his plan is working T_T

let's just hope that this third will be the last of his second-lead roles. i've been waiting for him to be lead so. long.

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I'm not a fan of this plan...

I can understand it to a certain degree (taking on roles that interest you, regardless of whether they are lead roles or not), but I just want him to be in something that I actually want to watch. Even if I like an actor, if the rest of the drama is an all-fail, I just can't watch it.

He needs a better agency, or better connections with the right people... you know, like buddy up with Kang Dong-won who certainly does only projects that he likes, some being bigger, some being smaller.

He might do better moving more into the film than drama business as well, since dramas seem so insistent on casting name/fame over talent....

Yeah, sorry, he's going to outshine KHJ for sure. No doubt about it. I don't think I'll be able to motivate myself to watch. Boohoo.

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Watched the BTS at AoF soompi thread. Only a glimpse of the younger version of the main leads, I still need to wait and see how Kim Hyun Joong is doing :-).

I hope he and the other main leads can deliver because the younger ones looks pretty awesome.

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Why do I like the supporting cast more than the main leads. And Song Jae Rim!!! Omg my bias.

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ohmy! oooooooooh myyyyyyyyyy! ooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooohhhhhh
myyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy!

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Song Jae Rim should have a lead role too or at least 2nd lead :)

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There are SO MANY actors in this that I really enjoy, for SO MANY different reasons. I will definitely be watching, for Kim Gab Soo on down through the ranks!

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Ohhh, I thought Im Soo Hyang was the lead. So it is even weirder that Jin Sae Yeon would want to play lead in a very similar sounding drama to Bridal Mask. I really love shows from this era and I love Kim Jae Wook, but I am not exactly super hyped about this. It's criminal that KJW has to play second lead to another wooden actor :/ I wish someone would take a chance on him and hand him a lead role. I think he would definitely rise to the challenge. I know KHJ has legions of fangirls but how much draw does he really have as a leading man? Idk.

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Same here. I thought Lim Soo Hyang's Gaya is the female lead. I've just seen 'The Making' of AOF http://t.co/yNgQk9v9vA and based on the scenes, Gaya is the lead. I'm utterly confused.

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Maybe Kim Jae-Wook chooses not to act as a lead.... Even though i think he is 100% capable of doing so.
Sort of like Yoo Inna where she has the opportunities to act as main but chooses not to?

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The only people who get to choose what projects they want to do are the top stars - we're talking Lee Byung Heon, Ha Jung Woo, etc. The rest of the plebeians have to take what they're offered and like it.

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Why does KHJ look so completely different from just three years ago when he was in Playful Kiss? His nose, for instance, is completely changed. Not for the better, I might add. Would one get surgery for that?

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KHJ broke his nose and had surgery.

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That nose certainly make him look rather pugilistic. Perhaps he could play a prize fighter in his next role, given that he's also obviously bulked up as well since is BOF days.

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Why does KHJ look so awful? He was really sexy in PK...get the long hair back..just don't bleach it blond!

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Hope this will be an entertaining watch. Though Gaksital was a hit, I dropped it and couldn't find the urge to get back on its train. Basketball which I was looking forward to seems to be a hopeless drama. Btw, I'm not comparing the quality of the dramas or anything, I just mentioned it because it was all set during the mid 1900's though AOF is set in Shanghai not Korea.

I like KHJ. KJW joining the cast is awesome.

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He's going to out act the leading guy and the 2 female leads. How is that going to work?

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"It's not" is the answer that comes to mind. Or then the rest will suddenly develop acting skills, but I think it goes a bit beyond optimism and into the delusion realm to hope for that. But hey, strange things happen all the time.

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YongHwa has improved in Mirae's choie. I couldn't stand him in 'You are Beautiful' and 'Hearstrings'. I have hope for KHJ.

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True, but a lead in such an epic period piece would need a bigger change than going from unwatchable to bearable, which is what happened to Yong Hwa.

We'll know soon enough though, if Kim got inspired so much.

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I haven't watched KJH since BOF. He's change a lot. Looks like a total different person.

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KIM HYUN JOONG!!! That hair needs to go! -_-

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What is with those too short bangs? I can accept shorter hair, more mature look, but the bangs are awful.

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I agree. Those bangs are indeed terrible.

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I like his new hair cut. I wasn't feeling the longer hair he had in BOF or PK. I think he looks more mature, even dashing, and super hot.

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DITTO! Didn't recognize him at first. Hope he's better in this drama. He has a lot of seasoned supporting actors.

KJW ...I'm glad you're back. Act the pants off of them (especially KJH) and get a lead role soon!

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His jaw-line is scary o_O
I will watch this drama for older actors that i love. Kim Gab Soo <3<3

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...did I miss something what happened to Kim Hyun-joong's face? I am also really sad that Kim Jae-wook seems to be permanently delegated the 2nd lead territory.

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When an actor gets the second lead roles all the time -maybe that is what he does best. Some make good as supporting actors and we see them in dramas after dramas sometimes in simultaneous dramas. What's wrong with that? Nothing. They get the job,they get awards and recognition.

A drama must have a combination of acting skills and personalities not to mention drawing power.

If you must raise Kim Jae Wook's (btw,I like him, too) status by all means do so but not a lame excuse to hit KHJ again and again below the belt. You cannot make KJW better by throwing mud at another.

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Good point

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I have no idea why it's considered 'below the belt' or 'throwing mud' to say that an actor who has displayed no evidence of talent onscreen is in fact untalented - it's not like a scandal or anything.

but then, to paraphrase the poem, ours not to reason why with idol fangirls.

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I agree. if they can't act, then people who can should have the role.

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There's nothing wrong with actors playing second leads in drama after drama, it that's what they do best.

There is something wrong with it when the second lead repeatedly outshines the first lead though.

Or when the first lead gets the leading role drama after drama, despite not doing that best.

JIMO.

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ITA!

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Oh my! It took me AGES to identify Kim Hyun Joong. I'm shocked.

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I absolutely love that they came in costume! So cool!

I like Kim Jae-wook, and I hope he gets his turn as leading man one day. I hope I don't hate his character in this.

Looking forward to this show!

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Poo Kim Jae Wook whyyyyyyyyy *sobs*

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Can't we move beyond love triangles at this point? I'm tired of that being a source of conflict in a drama, especially when there can be so much more than that.

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His jaw-line is scary o_O
I will watch this drama for older
actors that i love. Kim Gab Soo <3<3

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Yum. What a gorgeous pic to wake up to on a Monday morning. Art and music intellectual - sounds like a Renaissance man.

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Gorgeous is indeed the word for Kim Jae Wook. He's absolutely swoon-worthy, and the fact that he can act as well is icing on that pretty cake. I watched Who Are You just so as to gaze upon that hunk of physical perfection. Did they air-brush that skin, or is it really that ethereal? Nah---it's got to have been air-brushed.

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Oh, I like Kim Jaewook, Song Jaerim and Kim Gabsoo...but I don't like Kim Hyunjoong ( i like his real persona, not as an actor ) and Im Soohyang.
I'm torn.

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Are you kidding me? Kim Jae Wook is a not the lead again! And to Kim Hyun Joong. Someone needs to get this man a first leading man role asap.

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JFC KIM JAEWOOK!!!!!
not a fan of hyunjoong's acting so i disregarded this drama, but now they're casting jaewook as the 2nd lead. acckk! ughhhhhhh i want to watch this for him but i don't think i can drag myself to watch hyunjoong again.

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I can't say this sounds promising - first they lose Kim So-eun and then they cast Kim Jae-wook.....as second lead.....AGAIN??

I've never seen another case of an actor having the charisma and chops for lead status but getting stuck as second lead for this long. I mean, it's acceptable if he was second lead to Jang Geun-seok and Kim Nam-gil, but Taecyeon and now KHJ.....really?

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Still he is back! Somehow he looks and behaves quite different from other actors, he looks far cool without trying to be cool. The drama ' Bad Guy' put two actors into different yet critical paths. Kim Nan Gil never gets a happy ending. KJW never gets his girl!! Are those conditions are in their contracts???

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Kim Nan Gil never gets a happy ending. KJW never gets his girl!! Are those conditions are in their contracts???

bwahahahahahaaaaaaaaaa!

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Kim Nam Gil should do a comedy.

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Gosh...he's sooooo pretty!

I know he's not just another pretty face, but I had to say it. He has improved a lot from project to project.

His prettiness reminds me of Kim Jaejoong's prettiness...hehehe

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I don't understand why this guy is still stuck in second lead territory.

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I love Kim Jae Wook so I'm happy to have him on my screen weekly again even if it is 2nd lead.

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He's going to steal every scene away from KHJ, like he did in Who Are You! It's really sad that he's not lead actor status yet.

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of all the 4 leads, Kim Jae-wook is the only one i like =(. I want to watch it because of him only. I hope i can stand the other 3. But looking on the bright side, i love the supporting casts.

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Oh no, Kim Jae Wook ): Why? With Jin Sae Yeon? Ugh. Kim Hyung Joon? Eeh. Did they choose him because he is half-Japanese, I wonder? I feel like he is going to play a Japanese character.

But I agree, he's way past overdue for a lead role (and a girl!), I believe. Maybe he thinks he needs more practice or something but I think he's got it. When he's on the screen I'm almost always sure to pick him over everyone or be completely torn if the other male lead is good. He's wonderful...maybe he just needs to switch companies...?

Kim Sung Oh is great, too. Song Jae Rim is (sneakily) getting better in his bit roles. Maybe, I will watch this...for the supporting cast, lol.

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I didn't think he was half-Japanese. I know his family moved from Seoul to Japan when he was an infant for his father's work, and then moved back when he was 7 yrs old. I always thought that is why he speaks Japanese. Does that mean that his mother is Japanese (since I know his father is Korean)?

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You know what...now that you ask, I am not sure. I feel like I read an interview where he mentioned it but I'd have to find it again to see. He probably is not... D: *googles like the wind* !

I found the article (it's old from Bad Guy days)! He is not half-Japanese. :) Thanks, Sue! I made a mistake, lol.

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His character in Coffee Prince was half Japanese half Korean, though.

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That he was. That and the fact that he does have that sorta androgynous look you tend to see in Japanese actors is most likely a big reason for the misconception. I always have to keep in mind that just because someone may look mixed doesn't always mean they are. Haha, maybe he just takes after his mom.

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Lol (googles like the wind).

No probs, just wondered. Thanks!

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No, thank you. :D

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Sorry for my late reply,,,, I read that his family moved to Tokyo when he was young but only stayed there for certain years. As far as I know I have never read an article in Japanese papers that he is half Japanese /Korean. He has this look which is a bit feminine so he fits in profile of Japanese actors. His Japanese is flawless by the way. I could not detect a Korean accent when he spoke Japanese,,, yes there was tiny bit of an accent but I thought he was Japanese and I can detect slight accent of where he comes from( part of Japan) when I heard him speak Japanese first time.

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Yep, it was my mistake. I read the same--that he had moved to Japan when young and I guess things got confused in my mind as time went by. His Japanese is pretty flawless and I am glad he stuck with it and didn't let it slip away from him as he learned Korean.

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YESSSS, I love both Kim Hyun Joong and Kim Jae Wook!! Now I really have to watch this show too. And I'm already feeling torn between who to root for... Hope you'll recap :D

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Despite being a KHJ fan (musically and personality wise), I and most other Leader fans acknowledge that it's pretty iffy when it comes to his acting career...

I'm going to have a hard time not rooting for Kim Jae Wook.

*whispers* Unless the two guys get together a la Antique Bakery... I'm all for that :)

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Can't wait for this one. Sounds very interesting. The cast looks promising.

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I cry injusticee!!

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I like so many of the supporting cast. I am crossing my fingers that this will be watchable.

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Oh maaaaaaaaaaaaaaan, no. I've been looking forward to his next project and it turns out to be this? Ugh. I'm not trying to hate on Kim Hyun Joong because he seems like a decent guy but for such a weighty-sounding drama, they should really have gone with someone with more gravitas and range and acting prowess and experience. I'm so disappointed now. Maybe KJW needs a better agency. :(

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I am so thrilled that Kim Jae-wook had been cast for it..Yey..

I agree, Javabeans... I also want to see him as a lead in a good drama... But in the meantime, will watch him even as 2nd lead....

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Ah gees, this show is making me schitzo.

Premise-not my favorite era= meh.
Kim Hyung Joong-Like the guy, but not sure this is a fit for him=maybe
Kim So-eun-YES.
oh noes, she out
the rest of the cast, meh except reaper guy from AATM
=I think I can pass unless I get in a drama dry spell.

And then there is Kim friggin Jae-wook now to tempt me back in.

Sigh. I will have to relegate this up a notch to a maybe but only if I have a free slot of time.

About KJW and him not getting lead roles. This guy is just fun to watch work, isn't he? You know I am not so sure that second lead guys are not in a better position. They are probably less worried about having a "cool" image, generally have work, they get to play more varied roles, and if they are smart they start taking little quirky roles, and maybe it is easier to segue into character actor roles and and have longevity in the business. Just thoughts.

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I'm a huge fan of KJW, he is an amazing actor, I agree it sucks that he doesn't seem to get the fame, attention or the leading roles that many on here believe. however, i like to think that he is an actor that likes to pick out roles that are complex. characters that have layers and depth. In Korean drama's I find that some of the best roles written for actors end up being the supporting roles, particularly with the second lead. KJW strikes me as an actor looking to improve and develop his craft. To me, all the second lead type roles he receives is good practice. I would love for him to get into more films, as well as do more independent work. I also think he could do work overseas on the indie and mainstream scene since he does have a certain charisma and look to him.

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I can agree with all that!

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I agree. I do think he likes challenges more than just taking on a lead. But, I also think he would be a great lead and he could have the ability to make a dull character come alive. Kind of like what i think Jung Ryeo Won does with many of her characters that sound kind of boring on paper. I wouldn't want him to pick just any lead role, though, ahaha.

He seems like he has a promising stage career (He starred in Hedwig and the Angry Inch) so who knows what's up for him in the future. Films would be nice too but I wouldn't want him to switch over to just films because I do get withdrawals if I don't see certain actors/actresses in dramas after a while )':

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I agree with you. Maybe he's made a pragmatic choice in that taking good solid second lead roles are a route to more complex characters and a better route to career longevity. Lots of actors do this. They continue to work over a long career because they are not shackled to stereotypical "leading man" roles. They can do lots of different things because they have proven their abilities in a variety of parts. He is so pretty but that doesn't last because there is always another crop of pretty faces coming up. It might be proof that he has brains to go along with that beautiful face.

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I suffered through Who Are You for KJW so I can suffer through this one as well. Look at the bright side he will be corporeal and able to speak in this one

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WHAT. Again? And Kim Sung Oh, who has more talent in his pinkie finger than Kim Hyun Joon has in his entire body....*sigh*

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Aissh KHJ's bowl hair cut.. My ten years old son will bombarded the barbershop if they gave him that haircut. I just don't get it maybe it's "I'm sooo beautiful I have to have the worst haircut to humanize me" haircut... btw KJW saranghamida...fighting!

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I understand that Kim Hyun Joong has a large fan base, but I'm a firm believer in preserving the essence of music and films. I don't know about others, but I go to watch a film expecting actors to act well, and listen to music by good singers. I think casting actors simply based on their popularity is another form of selling out.

Kim Hyun Joong is handsome and a popular icon and seems like a congenial person? but his acting is still very weak, and I'm writing this one off because it doesn't seem to have a strong story or strong acting leads.

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You had me at Kim Jae Wook, then lost me with second lead. NOT ANOTHER "Mary"! Aaarggh! He so deserves a lead. Someone? Anyone?

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This upcoming drama gives me the feels of Bridal Mask.

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UGH. I don't know how many of my posts or how many times in real life I've said that Kim Jae Wook deserves to get a leading role in a drama soon, and then this happens. WHY. -exasperated sigh-

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MAKE HIM A FREAKING LEAD ALREADY.

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