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Kang Haneul courted for Korean remake of Bu Bu Jing Xin

Casting is underway for the Korean drama remake of the Chinese fusion sageuk Bu Bu Jing Xin (also known as Scarlet Heart), the new series helmed by PD Kim Kyu-tae of It’s Okay, It’s Love and That Winter, The Wind Blows. The remake, called Moon Lovers, currently has an offer out to Kang Haneul (Misaeng) to star.

The original 2011 series is based on the novel of the same name, and tells the story of a woman in the present day who time-travels back to the Qing dynasty and wakes up in the body of one of her reincarnated selves in the past. She becomes the focus of a royal conflict between princes who are vying for her love and the throne, and the drama is about her adjusting to life in the past, all while trying not to greatly alter the course of history as she knows it.

The adaptation will rewrite the story in Korea’s past, of course, which makes it a pretty familiar setup in dramaland. Someone should write fanfic about all the drama time-travelers running into each other in Joseon and starting a club where they spend all their free time “inventing” a modern toilet.

There’s no information on the character Kang Haneul has been cast to play, but if it follows the source material, it stands to reason that he’ll play a prince. I guess it just remains to be seen whether he plays the prince who gets the girl. I do hope this means that it’s Kang Haneul’s turn to shine as a leading man, because while he’s played some memorable supporting characters, he could certainly carry a lead role.

The series doesn’t have a broadcaster yet, but it’s being co-produced by PD Kim Kyu-tae’s company and Universal Studios. It’s planning to be half pre-produced so that it can air simultaneously in Korea and China, sometime in 2016.

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I like him but he is not strong enough to be the cold prince that gets the girl. He is too pretty and nice.

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Kang Haneul's role in Misaeng is pretty cold and strong and he did very well in that :)

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But he is too young for either the 4th or 8th prince role. There are 6 main princes featured in the drama, so he can be 14th prince though.

Still not sure how this will translate, unless they create a fictional king. The Chinese palace intrigues are more exciting, cause unlike in Korea where the Queen's son gets first billing as heir, the Chinese heir could be from any of the emperor's women, so there was a wider field of prince's fighting for the throne. Also the Chinese eunuchs and wives were able to wield some power, whereas Korea's strict Confucianism limited the role of women, greatly during the Joseon era.

How is the "modern" acting Rouxi going to translate into the Joseon era? Also, the Chinese make it clear that these princes have multiple/other wives, whereas Korean sageuks go out of their way to make it seem like the prince/king keeps waiting on their one true love i.e. Moon Embracing the Sun, Coco Chanel of Joseon (starring Kim Tae Hee and Yoo Ah In), etc.

I am still excited though, because the source material is really well done.

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The first thought that came to my mind was his age too. I definitely think he's too young for the main role.

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I laughed a good 10 min at Coco Chanel of Joseon. I still need to watch this drama.

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Bwahaha..

I was thinking hard and try to remember a sageuk drama with such titled, how could I miss it? Then after a min or 2 it dawned on me, "Ahh~, JOJ Lives in Love.." *LOL*

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How is the “modern” acting Rouxi going to translate into the Joseon era?
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I bet this part will be some sort of comedic relief. I'm already giggling to myself imagining the Korean Ruoxi going "Daebak~", "Hul.." or "Hwaiting!" in Joseon era XD

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lmao Coco Chanel of Joseon

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I think they made the multiple concubines, multiple princes situation pretty clear in Shine or Go Cray Cray...

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Maybe he is the other one that girl fall in love with first.

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OMG yessss! So much yes! I would love to finally see Kang Haneul as a lead :D

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sounds great, the original was nicely done, cant wait to hear rest of the cast

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Misaeng was so great ♥♥♥♥♥♥♥

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He'd be perfect to be casted as Shi Si Ye (14th prince). Or death seeking Shi San Ye (13th prince).

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I also think he's more suited to be the 13th or 14th prince rather than 4th or 8th prince. Let's wait and see.

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Agree with you, it would be perfect if he portrays 14th.

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I think he can pull off a cold character too...Don't get the aversion with less popular actors.

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I hope he turns it down. I want to see someone else and not him.

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He reminds me of 8th Prince / Kevin Cheng... The original story was such an emotional rollercoaster, but I'm slowlyyyy starting to look forward to a Joseon (?) adaptation of it. Hopefully it'll be fresh and smartly written. I loved the way BBJX's plottwist made logical sense and was coherent to the story. If the Korean version can just stick to telling a story all the way through without giving up at the end, then that's good enough. We've all seen cases where a tight script and decent director more than made up for any foot acting. Not that Kang Haneul is a foot actor.

Tldr; gosh I just want a decent, logical, coherent script that doesn't give up halfway through. Why is that so hard to find in dramaland?

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the chinese drama had the advantage or disadvantage depending how you look at it, that the time and people were based, if losely, on real events and people.
If I was the writer I would just use a made up korea that may or may not in passing give nods to real time/people rather than try to somehow squeeze in the plot into a real Korean time/court setting, you just restricting yourself to much that way.

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i've tried a few episodes of the original series. but i didn't find it interesting enough to keep watching nonstop. so not that excited with the news. if this goes thru, i hope it will be a better version.

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Yes, he would be perfect as the 14th prince! I hope they choose the 4th prince with deliberation and care since it's such an important role. Can't wait!

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Personally, I don't think Kang Haneull suits the main role: 4th and 8th prince. Haneul seems like he would fit 13th prince's role nicely tho. Fyi, 13th prince in Bu Bu Jing Xin was the female protagonist's best buddy. 14th prince is a great role for Haneul too but this role will require Haneul to portray himself as headstrong yet caring at the same time sort of character.

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Oohh, KHN portrayed a head strong and caring character in Angel Eyes and Monstar, he's good at that too.

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As much as I love 4th prince, and Kang Ha Neul, I do want to see him portraying the 14th prince instead. He would be perfect as 14th. I want to see him as the one who love the lady from afar, forever be her knight in flowery-silky-colorful changshan then marry her to save her. Downside as 14th is, he won't be with her in the next life, 300 years later.. Duh, dilemma.

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"The adaptation will rewrite the story in Korea’s past, of course, which makes it a pretty familiar setup in dramaland. Someone should write fanfic about all the drama time-travelers running into each other in Joseon and starting a club where they spend all their free time “inventing” a modern toilet."

Please, pitch this idea to someone; that drama needs to happen.

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KHN is young but he has a lot of potential so i don't mind

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I want Joo Won to be in this production. XD Joo Won can play 8th prince.For 4th prince,I prefer some other actor in his 30s. Uhm Tae woong? THAT WILL BE COOL.
Can this happen please?

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So I'm two months behind the curve, but as I'm just now finishing episode 22 of BBJX, Uhm Tae Woong is SUCH a BRILLIANT SUGGESTION!!!

I know now that it's not going to happen, but still, that would be amazing. It doesn't hurt that he sizzles chemistry with everything. A rock could be cast as Rouxi and he'd make it melt.

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time-travelers running into each other in Joseon and starting a club where they spend all their free time “inventing” a modern toilet.

In the Chinese drama Man Comes To Tang Dynasty, the time traveler "invents" toilet paper and sanitary napkins, among other things.

That's a fun show, unfortunately it's no longer available on Viki . Sad, as I was hoping to finish watching it.

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From the comments I see there are supposed to be a ton of princes running around in this drama. Man that king was on a roll!

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Ah...Uhm Taw Woong is in 40s. Any actors in mind?

Also,if JW is casted,this will mark reunion of Joo Won and Kang Haneul who acted together in musicals when they were still rookies.Bromace?

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Other than UTW and perhaps Song Il Gook or Joo Jin Mo, to portray a man of gravitas such as 4th prince? Hmmm, my pick would be: Jisung, Jo Hyun Jae, Lee Sang Yoon, Lee Jun Ki, Kwon Sang Woo.. who else? *excited audience* ^^

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Jisung will be totally cool! Kwon Sang Woo also not bad. We need actor who can portray both good and villain role because that's what the 4th prince is. He is romantic guy who is kind ar first but turned into scary,scheming and ruthless guy.

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Lee Seo Jin is my pick for 4th prince. Um Ki Joon for 8th. Although having said that, I hope they take the concept from BBJX and then adapt it into a part real Korean history. It will be so odd for them to use Chinese historical figures as Korean ones.

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Mmmmmm, lips.

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When i see people talking about 4th prince and 8th prince or what not.. Im like Lols.. Wasn't it clearly stated in the post that the "adaptation will rewrite the story in Korea's past"....

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I think they're talking about them like that because that's kinda how you identify the characters

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Not really leading man material to me yet. And I really really bet he's the one that doesn't get the girl.

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Is he the young version of the lead in Angel Eyes? Looks kind of familiar

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He is. I quit watching after his part and Nam Ji‑hyun was over.

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I love the original series, and one of the things I'm waiting for the Korean version are the eye candies in the form of the princes.

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Oh he is the one who acted with Jang Hyuk in Empire of Lust!

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I hope they'll get a Korean name soon so we can focus on it being a Korean drama with Korean history. I hate remakes especially of this show because I loved it and it's not going to be the same.

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oh wait it's Moon Lovers nm.

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I haven't seen BBJX, but frankly, after the hack job that was the Korean adaptation of In Time With You, I'm very nervous. From what I've seen, non-Korean source material doesn't seem to make for good Korean adaptations.

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Frankly, I have never seen a widely popular foreign drama adapt well as a Kdrama. Either the original or other adaptations from other countries have done better. I.e. Hana Yori Dango, In Time With You, Itazura Na Kiss, etc.

Perhaps, keeping Kdrama adaptions to novels, webtoons, and movies rather than other famous foreign dramas is a more safer bet.

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Agreed. I don't think any adaptations ever turns out to be satisfying or better. I'd take a novel, folk tale etc adaptation like Tree With Deep Root, SangDo, Misaeng, Arang over any remake.

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The lone exception to this was last year's Three Musketeers - a great (French!) novel that actually made for a really good drama.

But Alexandre Dumas is not your average foreign drama writer, it would have taken guts to even think about adapting that novel.

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But why? Alexandre Dumas, both father and son, have mostly explored universal themes in their books. Their stories dug deeper into human nature and took Greek tragedy, Roman fables and Shakespeare's plays as their inspiration. I find their work easily adapted to fit almost any culture exactly because of those specific thematic developments.

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@kalel - that's exactly the point of what I'm saying, Alexandre Dumas is a cut above the usual kind of foreign source material kdramas draw on precisely because of that universality. And we were lucky that we got writers who were able to suitably adapt that story to a Korean setting in a way that made it a good story in its own right.

Not to knock the mangaka/drama writers behind works like Nodame etc but some of them feature humour/style that really doesn't translate well to another setting. And hack writers of course make everything worse.

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It may also be because these stories were already universal in a sense. A lot of cultures have their own rendition of "Robin Hood" or "Cinderella" or "Romeo and Juliet." Privileging one culture's story as the original is ethnocentric and reductive.

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Oh, I don't disagree with adapting novels. I think that's probably the best source material for drama adaptation. My disagreement is really with adapting famous foreign dramas into a Kdrama. When a foreign drama is already so famous and widely popular, is there really a need to adapt it again, in the same drama format, within 10 years of it's original release date?

In the same vein, I find it somewhat distasteful that C-ent has to adapt a popular drama into a movie, and vice versa, within 3 years. Other than milking a concept for all it's worth, it does not help stir the creative process or propel quality standards.

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If you like Tong Hua's historical novels then you might like BBJX and Sound of the Desert. It's more romance driven and I'm not a fan romance when it comes to historical dramas but I loved it here. I usually pay more attention to the historical part of it but I totally didn't care here. I don't think I've ever done that with a Korean sageuk except for The Princess Man.
It's a beautiful show with great actors all around.

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I love a good romance, so I'm all for it. But even reading the synopsis of BBJX made my head spin a little, so I haven't gone near it since. I guess I should get over myself and try again!

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BBJX is worth a watch. One of my favorite chinese dramas (my chinese friends were laughing of me so so much because of that).

I have yet to finish sound of the desert. But that's because I read a transation of the novel and I'm thus wanting to be stuck in happy times :p What I've seen though makes me want to recommend it as well though. :)

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I haven't watched Bubu Jingxin, but I do know it's well loved around cdrama circles, this could be great. I hope to god this adaptation is better done than The Time We Had To Do Our PPL, though.

I really want Kang Haneul to score a lead role in a drama, but from what everyone says, no one's sure if this is THE lead of the show?

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With regard to the lead role thing, I think he's way too young to be the main lead. I would say that he's 99.9% not THE lead. But everyone gets a beard in Korean sageuks so...

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someone mentioned Song Il-gook as a good possibility for THE main lead, so if that's how old he's supposed to be, I guess Kang Haneul is really way too young! He looks mature so maybe he can be made to pass for 30 with the right makeup, but 35+.... no way.

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Song Il-Kook has his own sageuk already. If they are going to base it on Korean history then we are not going to worry about the age and prince # 1, 2 or 3 etc. Koreans don't call their princes by numbers lol.

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Calling the princes by numbers isn't really the issue here. Even if they are going to adapt it to Korean history, they need to make sure the leads are the heads of the "princes alliance" they form respectively, i.e. the two main male leads need to be older than the other princes in their alliance because age plays a big part in history when determining the power hierarchy. It doesn't quite make sense if they have some older prince act as a sidekick to his younger brother. I think ~30 will be a good age for the male leads, maybe older. Both Nicky Wu and Kevin Cheng were in their early forties when doing the roles (I would've preferred if they were younger and prettier though *cough* the two Wallaces *cough*). In comparison KHN is like a baby.

However, I really like KHN, so no objection if he really got the role.

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Since there are significant age gap between 4th to 14th, it will be challenging to scout the rest of the princes if KHN portrays the 4th. And the 4th is a man of gravitas. He's smart, solemn, dutiful, romantic to boots, excellent politician and mastermind, collected, respected and scary at the same time. Plus, if I recall the original BBJX story span over 10 years.

I love KHN and he is talented young actor too. But the q is can KHN be transformed, aging well and convincingly if he portrays 4th or even 8th? I can't picture it yet in my mind.

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Forming alliance between princes doesn't make sense in Joseon. A prince's power is determined by his mother's rank. The queen's sons hold more power than a concubine's sons. A 9yr old prince from the queen can rule over his 30yr brother who's mother is a concubine.

They are better off going all fictional here imo.

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The alliances were a huge part of the novel (and history). Also, all the (main) princes in BBJX were "illegitimate" - their mothers were concubines. In particular, the mother of the 8th prince was a slave. For a huge part of history the 2nd prince was the crown prince because he was the son of Kangxi's first empress. I'm assuming that all the princes involved in the power struggle in the Korean adaptation will be "illegitimate" as well, else there wouldn't be a point to all this drama.

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If they want anything to make sense then they need to go "FICTIONAL" so they can have that many illegitimate sons from one king. The only strife between princes in Joseon's history happened between sons of two dead queens.

I think you are missing my point here.

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I get that there is clearly there is no way they can adapt it seamlessly to a Joseon setting. My point is that you're suggesting things which means deviating from the original.

I wasn't addressing the "going all FICTIONAL" part at all. I was saying that it is possible for alliances to form if the princes were all illegitimate. I'm under the opinion that they can just conjure up more kids for a king since most of them are going to die/get exiled anyway. Of course, going entirely fictional will be fine but it is extremely unusual to see sageuks not based on true historical characters/folktales.

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I didn't suggest anything other than it's better to base it on a fictional Joseon.

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It depends on if they are going from the drama or the novel. Agewise the princes are older in the drama than in the original novel if I rembemer correct (I know at least the female lead was aged a bit because originally her character would have been 14)

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I like Kang Haneul a lot but it's hard to tell if he is a good fit here since we don't know if it's going to be based on a fictional Joseon or historical Joseon.

King Taejo and the strife of the princes (his sons) would be great but it has been the focus of two back to back sageuks. I can see Kang Haneul playing one of the princes or a fictional one.
They could go all fictional and have our lead lady actually save a prince or two lol. I mean what's the use of time traveling if she is just going to watch history repeat itself.

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yeah, from what I've seen, there's some conflict over succession, and apparently the Joseon era's rules wouldn't really have allowed for such conflict. I wonder how they'll tackle that.

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Kang Haneul definitely deserves a leading role by now.

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Exactly my thought ! Fingers crossed!

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Only way I can see this show adapted well is if it's set in a fake history. How the Chinese story works just doesn't seem like there is a good real historical point this story could adapt to.

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Yey.. been waiting forward to oppa's new drama. Although I never seen the original, I really really hope that this time oppa can be male lead for the first time... TT TT
Definitely gonna watchin .. Haneul Oppa fighting...

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It's time for this darling boy to land a lead.

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Oh man, I love Kang Haneul. It would be great if he could finally be a lead even though I know he's not typical Korean lead type. However, I haven't seen the original so I don't know the roles - and I imagine the plot will change a fair amount. I just know I've seen him in a lot of different kinds of roles and he always nails it for me. He's really one of my favorite 'young' actors.

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Why isn't he typical korean lead type? Because he lacks fame? I'm genuinely asking because he has everything else: looks, talent, height.

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Actually I don't think he has typical Korean lead looks. He's gained a lot of ground in the last year and I'm super happy he's got a bunch of fans but no, his looks are not what they normally go for. That's not to say I don't think he has looks, they're just not the norm for Korean leads. He was honestly one of the first Korean actors I paid attention to because even though he eas always a small side character, he always stood out for his talent and ability to make every role feel completely ability. But it also means I remember a lot of the commentary from then about his looks...even he has said odd things in interviews like how he's learned to like his nose even though it's not pretty. I personally love him in all ways but no, I think in term of the public he's seen as visually more of a character actor than a lead. (But I still think he can get lead roles since he's building up his rep and has amazing talent and work ethic....plus I hope shows can keep broadening their definitions of lead anyway)

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well, Kim Woo-bin's not exactly within the mold of normal Korean standards for handsomeness either, and it never stopped him.....

I believe Kang Haneul's lack of drama lead roles so far has more to do with his not actually prioritising being a lead - he's mentioned as much, that he doesn't really care about that status. Though he has done movies as the lead, and has one upcoming by Lee Joon-ik.

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I think he may want to find satisfaction as an actor and maybe want to becomes versatile actor. Being a real actor first, fame comes later.

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Well, of course there are always exceptions...and I'm super happy if he becomes one of them. I just remember all the comments about his looks when I first got into kdramas so it's just stuck in my mind that he's not the conventional pick. That certainly doesn't mean he can't be a lead and he clearly deserves it. He's the first actor in Korean stuff that actual could get me to watch shows that I had no interest in otherwise.

I do think that he's very much focused on being an *actor* and being the best he can be. However, I don't think he's completely immune to caring about his status. Originally he said he started doing TV/Movies to build up his base so that he be more marketable in musicals.

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I think KHN would be great to be part of the cast.

I'm just curious how they plan to actually adapt this drama given all the above comments how the princes in Korean history and the whole ascension to the throne would be so different from the Chinese history that this drama is based on. The whole story is based on the conflict of all the princes and the two main groups that are vying for the throne in support of 4th and 8th Prince. Then, the main girl who travelled back in time and getting entangled in history and with various princes.

I love the original BBJX drama and even went on to read the novel that was the source. The main roles were well acted and made a definitive mark in the main cast's careers and even made the newer actors into household names. It's only a few years old but considered a classic and must-see out of the historical dramas done in recent years. I love Ruoxi's love with 4th Prince, friendship with 10th, 13th, and 14th Prince, and the character growth throughout the drama.

Anyway, I'm looking forward to the rest of the casting offers and more information about the storyline.

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I kinda wish they court Jin Se Yeon as a lead to gimme a reason not to watch this drama and, to make her stay away from other potential good drama. Sorry....sageuk not my cup of tea?

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No, don't even say her name! It's like Voldemort, if you say it they will cast her!

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AS LONG AS HE IS NOT 4TH PRINCE
AS LONG AS HE IS NOT 4TH PRINCE
AS LONG AS HE IS NOT 4TH PRINCE

He could be 14th, 10th and 13th Prince, but NOT 4th Prince.

I love Bubu Jingxin to pieces, esp. 8th Prince (Kevin Cheng) --ahhhh he is so hot -- and 4th Prince (my one and only NICKY WU).

LEE MIN-JUNG for PRINCESS.
PLEASE GOOD LORD!!!!

Lee Min-jung is the only actress who can create justice for that character. Spell chaos, disaster for Bubu Jingxi franchise-- "Park Shin-hye" (or yoon eun hye)... no freakin way park shin hye.

Yes if u are a TRUE FAN of the series, Lee Min-jung should be Cecilia's character.

Thinking of 4th Prince now. But not Kang Haneul. He is well suited for 10th 13th or 14th.

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Nicky was totally awesome! Don't care what anyone said about his looks. He got into his character and owned it. He must have done a lot of research on Yongzheng before he step into the role.

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Yup. He set the bar so high as 4th prince. True that he is not as handsome as other princes, but he has the charm and able to hold the court with his solemn pose and intent gaze.

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As much as I liked bu bu jing xin, I'm really skeptical about a remake. Time traveling is a common trope in chinese novels and chinese period dramas. (Esp. after that TVB show about Qin Shi Huang in the early 2000s.) What made bu bu jing xin watchable/fun and engaging was because it was loosely based on the history of "jiu zi duo di," when the nine sons of kangxi was fighting for the throne. The title itself suggests a grueling and heart wrenching love story (bu by jing xin = fear/shock in every step taken). I feel like a Korean adaptation might take away this central premise. I would much rather just have an original storyline and see something different.

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I dont fancy the female lead in scarlet heart ..hope they cast a better lead...and no song il guk pls..he may be good but not enough to be the male lead.

On a second thought why should I care...I dont wnt to watch the drama..
Its a torture to my eyes n weak heart ??

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They should do a remake of cruel romance instead!!

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OMg. Bu Bu Jing Xin, in my opinion, has become a classic for me. The love between 4th prince and Ruoxi (main girl) makes me swoon. It's romantic, but so realistic.
Anyways, I just hope the actor and actress playing 4th prince and Ruoxi has great chemistry. Because the cdrama one... the romantic tension was off the charts in every scene dominated by them. I have hope for it to be adapted.

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The chinese version was so awesome. Well written piece and perfect casts. Brotherhood and romance elements are well balanced. Love the relationship that Ruo Xi had with each prince.

Can't wait for the korean version casts list.

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