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Kim Woo-bin and Suzy’s new drama Lightly, Ardently heads to KBS

It’s not a done deal yet, but we might be seeing the new romance drama Lightly, Ardently starring Kim Woo-bin (Heirs) and Suzy (Gu Family Book) on our screens this coming spring. The drama is in negotiations to secure a spot on KBS’s 2016 schedule, and is being planned for the Wednesday-Thursday timeslot following the Song Hye-gyo and Song Joong-ki melodrama Descended From the Sun.

The series is the latest outing from writer Lee Kyung-hee, of Nice Guy, Will It Snow for Christmas, Thank You, A Love to Kill, and I’m Sorry, I Love You, among others. Her last drama was the longer weekend family series Wonderful Season, but she’ll be returning to the miniseries format with this new project. Her last two shows were at KBS as well, so it seems likely it’ll find a home there.

The story is about a couple torn apart in their youth due to unfortunate circumstances, who reunite as adults and fall in love. Kim Woo-bin plays a cold and cynical top star who doesn’t care a lick about other people’s feelings, while Suzy plays a documentary PD who goes from sweet and innocent in her youth to servile and materialistic as an adult.

I’m a little concerned about them carrying an ardent love story (okay, so I’m a leetle more worried about Suzy, let’s be real) — but I’m rooting for them in earnest because I’d like to see them both turn the corner with this drama. Is it hoping for too much? I am ready to give you ALL OF THE TEARS. Just take them from me, please.

If Lightly, Ardently secures the KBS Wednesday-Thursday timeslot, it’ll follow Descended From the Sun in April.

Via Joy News

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Really hoped for winter release.

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I Hope Suzy won't mess this one up because I like the plot and the writer
Please act well Suzy

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No problem, she can do cold and materialistic! All she needs to do is squinch up her expression a little bit and it's in the bag! /sarcasm off

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this sounds like overdone 100th million times. Can we minus the childhood friends reunion and simply meet your fate like most ordinary people do, during adulthood.

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Agreed. Plus the characters description are not engaging AT ALL. Seems also to be the rich(asshole) guy/poor girl dynamic again. *sigh*

I like them both so I'll probably tune in anyway.

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I totally agree as far as "cold and cynical" male lead and "sweet and innocent" but idk, I'm actually pulled in by "servile and materialistic."

Especially the materialistic part. Plus pairing that w/ "cold and cynical" that might actually make c&c more interesting.

Though idk, I guess it's likely they'll neuter her and make her likable and only vaguely materialistic.

Ik I just realized how weird I sound. But it would be fun to get a female lead that's as unlikeable as the male lead and really emphasize that before developing her later.

...That said, I doubt that'd be the case for this drama. But here's hoping servile+materialistic is well done.

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Kim Woo Bin is so NOT cute to me. I did a quick search of images before I posted this to see if maybe it's just that EVERY single time I've seen him in something, he's been off his game. Nope. He's just not cute. His eyes don't match. Like noticeably so. His best looks are when he raises one eyebrow up higher because then it doesn't seem odd that one eye is tinier (and lower?) than the other.

Plus, whenever I see his name, my first thought is always Bin Won. And it's always such a let down when I realize it's not.

Oh, and Suzy acts as well as KWB.

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+1 Korea is obsessed with childhood love :P plot is not convincing at all, only thing that attracts me is KWB

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Hahaha! I love this - your comment woke me up. :)

100% agree. Why CAN'T they just meet each other like normal people??

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Well, how about YOU who stay away from kdramas then? Coz there are plenty of choices out there. Good luck!

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And srsly about the childhood thing, it's so annoyinggg and such a turn off at this point. You can't even boycott it cos then you'd never watch another drama again.

Imagine a drama where the leads actually meet in their young adult life and not have ANY other connection. Including their families. Their parents don't have any connection with the other or their family members either.

I would watch that show no matter what, even if I hate everything else, just on principle.

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I think there are plenty of dramas in which the future OTP has no past connection whatsoever. Most medical dramas avoid this k-cliché and they only present the current professional relationship or the one it started in Med School at the most (Yong pal did the same only a couple of weeks ago). Spring Days is the same, Save the Last Dance for Me, Secret (okay, there's a connection in this one but how else would the story start anyway?), Mask, most rom-coms like the all-time classics MG, You're Beautiful, Greatest Love (the OTP was in the same profession and they have never even met professionally speaking), Lovers in Paris/ Prague and just plain Lovers(adult romance despite the execution and no prior family connections), Oh! My Lady and many, many more...

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Add "one of them has terminal illness"

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plus birth secrets and/or identity hijinks

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and Suzy gets amnesia.
And Woo Bin gets hit by a truck, when he's making a call from a phone booth, by Suzy's ex. (Or maybe Min Ho?)

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Or a painful scar from the past/dysfunctional family ;)

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hahahahahahahaha.. guys, this drama would be a total makjang, or hilarious in different way, lols..

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Let me add another one. KWB probably will have one terminal ill or mentally challenged sibling that he love dearly but afraid to show his love in public.

Anyway, I'm ready for this drama. Glad that it will go to KBS.

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From the very vague descriptions, this drama is going to be a rehash of many other kdrama out there. People won't turn their heads for it if wasn't for the casting. Anyhow if they do signed it, I hope they will make it work with more 'original' plotlines and also there will be some acting going on.

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Story seems cliche....

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And all of their parents are dead except the mean, spiteful ones.

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I'm calling car crash as reason for death.

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Caused by the truck of doom.

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Specifically, the WHITE, truck of doom, ?

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yes! I am so worried for Suzy too but maybe she got better? if not then maybe she should experience first getting her heart broken so she can channel that heartbreak into acting or something hehe I think the quality will be better because its NOT LIVE SHOOTING! They can have many NGs if they have too just give us good quality drama

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She might be bearable with a good director.

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thing is, Lee Kyung-hee often writes roles that demand a lot from her actors but she has been known to write 'down' to a rookie's level before.

Granted, the last rookie she did that for was a then 21-year-old Rain and he had a good bit more talent than Suzy's ever shown, but if she+a half decent PD can't get a decent performance out of Suzy, no one can.

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It's amazing what a good director can do for some actors. To make Suzy watchable I feel like we'd need a miracle worker (or someone who'd never condescend to work with her, like Ahn Pan-seok). Maybe someone like Kwon Suk-jang could get something out of her? He did well with Lee Yeon-hee in Miss Korea and Hwang Jung-eum in Golden Time.

Who knows, maybe better material will get her to wake up. Some people really improve when they're actually given a good script. Not the biggest fan of Lee Kyung-hee, but her dramas certainly beat Gu Family Book and Dream High.

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Lee Yeon-hee is the perfect example. She was not the same actress from Miss Korea in her latest project.
I think Kwon would be best for Suzie.

Ahn Pan-seok is on a roll. He might waste his talents with this.

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lol I was just kidding about Ahn Pan-seok. Even forgetting Suzy, his style would really clash with Lee Kyung-hee's. It is interesting to think about it, though lol. His dramas are all so subdued and tightly controlled and her scripts are all over-the-top melo...Kim Jin-min or Kim Yong-soo might be more up her ally.

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Ahn Pan-seok is a master of his craft, but making him direct a drama with Suzy would be like telling a master chef to bake with spoiled ingredients.
He's much more suited to working with actresses like Kim Hee-ae, Yoo Ho-jung and Go Ah-sung. At least he can get the results he needs out of them!

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@Pogo. lol very true. I think he's powerful/successful enough that no one would dare force her on him, either.

...Then again, home cooks shouldn't have to use spoiled ingredients either, should they? In a perfect world, even so-so PDs shouldn't have to put up with that kind of "actor/actress" imo.

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I thought Ahn would be sticking with JTBC for a while there until Grapevine came along.
I wouldn't hesitate to watch another drama that he is directing even if the writer is a noobie.

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It is like Kim woo bin gets more handsome every new picture i see of him

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Bringing up the important points man.

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:)

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MTE. have you seen his video with his gf for giordano?? damn, he's super duper fine! both are just gorgeous and fab!

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this does seem cliche

also weren't they doing bride of water god? I'd tune in for that but I haven't heard anything yet

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they will?? WHEN? I want that! I want a good pd direct it! One who got a sense of aesthetic plssssssss

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This sounds so very unintetesting. I'm here just waiting for Woobin to do something I actually want to watch so I can scrub the heirs stain from my brain.

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They're planning on doing a movie version of the The Heirs so the nightmare is not over yet.

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wait what!?!?!

....hope they change the soundtrack at the very least least, so love is the not the moooooment anymore.

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Gon' flop so bad. Neither have the talent to carry a melo like this. Chemistry prediction: ZERO.

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Suzy actually had chemistry with her co-stars before, in spite of her acting skills. So I think they'll somehow will have good chemistry.
Although, yes, I'm concerned she even try a melo.

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not with Lee Seung-gi though, they are individually very pretty people but the pairing felt flat.

I really think she's biting off more than she can chew, going for a melo prestige project like this.

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Cynical and doesn't care about people's feelings= a hardhearted jerk who needs the heroine to "heal" him. Thankfully there's always something better on the air.

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Will the "truck of death" make an appearance?

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You want to lay bets on that? I'm betting yes (if it's not an actual truck it'll be a mystery last-minute knifing)

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I agree with everyone. What they gave us was too vague and too cliche to be appealing.

It's only because of the writer, and, yes, KWB, I didn't dismiss this drama right away.

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both of show are good ....Looking foorward.

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I'm looking forward to the coupling although I think the genre is so wrong for both of them. They don't seem strong enough to carry an Lee Kyung-hee drama that usually requires way more from her actors/actresses. But there's also zilch we can do about the casting that's already confirmed so I'll save my breath and keep my fingers crossed they'll be okay. If anything, it'll be a cult hit I guess.

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Really looking forward to seeing woo bin in this drama. Love the guy. Wouldn't mind him playing korean version of sherlock Holme ?

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Some people even pointed out his similarities with Benedict Cumberbatch, BBC's Sherlock Holmes actor.

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He only has the reptilian/alien look of Cumberbatch. They're not at all alike in terms of acting style/aura (even leaving aside the obvious differences of language), I love KWB but he'd make a terrible Sherlock.

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Agreed a thousand times. They both have unique looks but that is about it.
I like Woo-bin, he has potential but he doesn't resemble Benedict Cumberbatch's skill,style and aura.
Benedict is just brilliant on stage and on screen.

(He is playing "Hamlet" on stage yay!. Still waiting for "Sherlock Season 4" *sigh*).

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Sherlock is coming out with a Victorian-era meta-packed special this Christmas, and I cannot wait!

Cumberbatch is a great actor, all right, and I find him really attractive despite also finding him weird-looking at the same time.

The only actor I can see playing a Korean version of Benedict's Sherlock, is Lee Min-ki. He's got the nervous energy and line delivery down, and has a similar strange beauty. He'd fit it to a T.

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Perfect timing. I thought they'd push it back to mid 2016. I guess we 'll both have a good Christmas this year lol.

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I think Jang Hyuk can do a Korean Sherlock. It's been a long time since I've seen him in a suit without the stache lol. He's pretty handsome and natural with his delivery. Add a hat on and a long coat and I'm sold lol.

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@Kiara - Jang Hyuk would make a very Robert Downey Jr.-style Sherlock Holmes, he has the larger-than-life screen presence for it.

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I agree. British actors have a great educational background from very young age. They attend Theatrical Academies and Schools and, no matter how famous they became, all of them have theatrical experience on high level. There are only a few countries, on a global scale, with so many seasoned actors in every possible genre. Hollywood has a pretty good knowledge of this, that's why British names are almost everywhere (from action films to TV shows.

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NOOOOOO MAN. Cumberbatch is the stuffs. Kim Woo-bin doesn't even come CLOSE.

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I'm really glad that most people who commented are seeing the uninteresting rewind plot than fan girling KWB. Definitely worried about suzy's acting well anything can happen in dreamland..

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My first thoughts were..."My love Eundo...?..." yeah we been there, done that too many times but I am excited for this cause I am a Woob fangirl. I must say though, I am so damn tired of the way kdrama fandom will praise any mediocre young actor and shit all over the same kind of mediocre and slightly basic actress. I fear for both Woob and Suzy in this because melo give you all my tears actors they are not.

While I like KWB and think he's charismatic on screen (the camera loves him) and a decent actor (boy is there room for improvement) can we please stop acting like he is light years beyond Suzy in the acting department. Both have some kind of charm but need improvement. It's kind of disappointing that a woman has to be twice as good or better than the most average flower boy actor to get any kind of praise or "I will watch just because ____ is in it"

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Normally I'd agree with you, but not this time. Kim Woo-bin is not especially good, but Suzy is especially terrible.

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Lee Minho and Shin Minah should do a drama together. Heee

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Hâh ha, I like you :))))))))

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Ooohhh ... Nice thought ;) where is Park Shin Hye now??? Oh she may be with KWB's school friend :P

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park shin hye in school to follow up her bestie go ara to graduate first. leaving behind kim so eun, kim bum and kang ha neul. sigh such a great bunch of schoolmates

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No matter how much it's sound predictable, people should wait before drag the plot down. Aren't you all did the same with Kill Me, Heal Me and end up loving it. First watch, then judge.

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KMHM was saved by its casting of Ji Sung and Hwang Jung-eum, who are veterans of both melo and comedy (and would in fact make GREAT Lee Kyung-hee protagonists if she ever felt like casting them).

I really can't say the same of the leads of this drama.

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you can't be sure until you watch. unless you have time machine, safe your "i can't say" for better time.

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I'm not a fan of either actor. Kim Woo-Bin does the arrogant asshole well but I just cannot see him as the romantic main hero. Maybe this show will change my mind about him.

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Well i'm curious if it heads to KBS if they will break their curse bad ratings or will this one even with Woo Bin as lead man suffer the dreadfull poor ratings

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Lee Kyung-hee's dramas are usually hits, she does good melo.

But I guess they are pulling out the big guns with Descendants and now this, they need a weekday drama success and they haven't had a single one since Unkind Women. (and maybe School 2015)

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Indeed Unkind Women made a splash in their ratings yet other than that they had a pretty bad year with average/below ratings and constantly last place always out taken by SBS/MBC,while some shows were good like Healer ex. i just can't understand this bad mojo that KBS has,for some reason i think the public has some kind of perception against the station or something that they always have poor response in the week or is an inside mojo,who knows...i'm curious what competition this show will have at that moment with SBS/MBC,still i might be negative but don't think it will be no 1

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Producer hit the 20% mark for their last ep, so I wouldn't say it was all terrible for KBS. MBC didn't manage to do that this year at all and the only drama that got people watching on SBS was Yong Pal, so in terms of who took what place this year I'd put all 3 networks on the last spot. Ratings aren't what they used to be on any network.

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I like the title.

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No thank you. No need for any drama with Suzy.

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My reaction is still profoundly unenthused despite the fact that I love Lee Kyung-hee dramas - revenge plots, trucks of doom, terminal illnesses and all.

We're stuck with the casting as it is, Kim Woo-bin at least proved he was able to emote and hold a scene in Heirs so maybe he'll manage but Suzy..... well, at least her endorsements will bring in advertisement money.

I guess I'll just have to write this one off as a sacrifice to the drama gods - we got something like four young non-idol actresses (ones who can act) booking leads in Big 3 dramas this year, we can't have it that good for every drama.

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What actresses are you referring to?

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Go Ah-sung, Kang Sora, Kim So-hyun and Lee Yubi.

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Ahem. I've honestly only been impressed with KSH's acting out of all of these girls, but everyone has different tastes.

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Frankly, even the weakest of those four is miles ahead of Suzy when it comes to being able to process and act out a character. And that's when two of them were hobbled by weak writing and stagnant characterisation.

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This casting seems strange to me. Idk, Lee Kyung-hee has done well with her leading ladies in the past. I mean, Im Soo-jung in ISILY, Gong Hyo-jin in Sang-doo and Thank You, and Moon Chae-won in Nice Guy...Han Ye-seul is the only exception I can think of. What gives with Suzy? Normally her dramas are quite, well, dramatic, and require facial expressions, let alone range.

Kim Woo-bin is not as strange a choice for her, but I don't get it, either. I mean, I actually like him, and he's no Suzy, but he's not exactly Song Joong-ki or Jang Hyuk, either.

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The only thing I can think of is that Lee Kyung-hee wrote a then 21-year-old Rain his first ever acting role 12 years ago in Sang-doo, and he turned out to be really good in that.

I suppose people are hoping she'll work the same magic on Suzy? Because if LKH can't do it, no one can. Kim Woo-bin, as you noted, is less of a worry on the 'can he emote' front but both of them are still a huge downgrade from Song Joong-ki and Moon Chae-won. Or even Rain and Shin Mina.

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I honestly had no idea Rain was that young in that drama. I think acting opposite actresses like Gong Hyo-jin and Hong Soo-hyun probably also helped him out. Not sure Kim Woo-bin can carry Suzy's performance or inspire her to do better.

idk, if she were going for an idol actress, someone like IU or Eun-ji would make me feel a lot better (plus the chance to try a real dramatic role feels pretty wasted on Suzy--they'd deserve it a lot more). Or she could cheat and pick a genuinely good actress like Jeon Hye-bin--her acting career is pretty far along, but she started off as an idol haha. But sitting here dreaming of better actresses just isn't worth it, We'll have to hope for the best :)

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yeah, he'd never acted before Sang-doo but he really did kill it there. And I can see why Lee Kyung-hee had him star in ALTK after that

re: idol actresses of this year, I agree this is wasted on Suzy. My choice would probably be either IU or Choi Soo-young (girl needs more acting work!). Both have really brought it in their recent acting work, in roles that required them to bring depth and nuance to the table, and they did. Especially IU. Jung Eun-ji's great too, I love how much heart she brings to even a fluff high school drama like Sassy Go Go.

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Yeah, I feel like Jung Eun-ji hasn't had a good role since AM97. It seems like she's regressed since then, but really, she hasn't had many opportunities to work on her skills either. She deserves another break imo. Producers wasn't a great drama imo, but at least IU finally escaped typecasting and broke out of the nice girl box.

I've never seen My Spring Days, but I've heard good things about Sooyoung. It's annoying that they keep pushing Yoo-na and Yuri on us instead.

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"if she were going for an idol actress..."

Totally agree that IU, Choi Soo-Young, Jung Eun-Ji, and Jung So-Min are much better choices if one is casting a female idol as the lead. All of these ladies are way better in the acting department than Suzy.

That's right Jeon Hye-Bin, Yoon Eun-Hye, and Hwang Jung-Eum did start out as idols.

I have no qualms about Kim Woo-Bin as the male lead or his ability to adequately portray and pull off the emotional range, facial expressions, character believability, and heightened emotion required when one acts in a melodrama. (Don't prove me wrong KWB, you hear me!)

So hold out hope. It's still 2015, months until spring of 2016 arrives. And as we've seen time and time again with upcoming kdramas — a revolving door of who's in and who's out — there's still time for the casting to change.

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I'm ready for all the tears too~
Just bring it on then, show

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Don't worry folks. If this drama sucks, there will be others to turn our attention to!

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The scenarios in the comments will probably end up being more entertaining that the drama itself and that is such a shame.

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Im so sick of the cold guy premise. Drama world has enough cold leads to turn it into the south pole.

*sigh* still, Kim Woo Bin is cute so..

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I DO NOT LIKE THIS PAIRING. ON ANY LEVEL.

Hopefully writing it in all caps will convey how much I'm not happy with putting these two together. Whose bright idea was this?? I honestly don't have much of an opinion on the plot etc, but the casting of these two just seems like someone trying to be provocative - or just having a laugh.

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Or trying to make lots of money from ads.

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This sounds overrated already. I am sure ratings will be high because of Suzy's insane popularity with general public, but she still can't act to save her life. I am not a fan of Lee Kyung-hee dramas either. Innocent man was ok, but not nearly as great as some people claim. To sum up - this is basically Heirs all over again (just with a different, but equally basic plot).

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Lee Kyung-hee is not Kim Eun-sook. I agree a lot of her dramas are overrated and am not a huge fan of her, either, but that comparison is way too harsh lol.

That being said, I don't have high hopes for this drama, either.

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Lee Kyung-hee is no Kim Eun-sook, but at least Part Shin Hye is no Suzy. It balances out, imho.

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lol this is true. Had not considered that angle. Ultimately Kim Eun-sook's writing makes me angrier than Suzy's "acting," but that's completely subjective.

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She's all grown up now. *tears*

Oh my! Woo Bin... I melt.

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seems most have already given it the kiss of death..has to be a big hit in Korea then, as it seem the rule, dramas liked by those outside of korea never seem to do well with korean viewers, or at lest in the ratings, so guessing it works the reverse way too.
Frankly drama the use the old set themes have to depend on the actors to make it work, even if it has been done 100 times before, like say Fated To Love You, that was pretty much made up of drama themes used over and over but they[ the actors] still made it somehow new and refreshing.

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I don't think that's really the case, since the international and domestic viewership both loved Misaeng, You From Another Star, several Hong sisters and Park Hae-ryun dramas, and almost all of Lee Kyung-hee's previous output. It's just the odd drama like Heirs etc that get all the domestic love but none at db.

This one is almost guaranteed to be a hit since Lee Kyung-hee is a master of melo and it's a genre that has always been quite popular in Korea.

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another cold and cynical male lead?? can't we just have someone crazy like Kim Shinhyuk + who didn't hang up on his first-childhood-love, as the male lead in K-drama please..

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The premise sounds a bit like the first 20 episodes of Wonderful Days. It was an excellent idea, perfectly executed.

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I will attempt to watch this just for Kim Woo-bin. I think he should style himself as the Korean Michael Caine. That is to say, take roles such as the ones Caine took in the '60's, '70's and '80's. He has the eyebrows, can wear a suit like few men can, and can convey an air of easy upper-class elegance. With a little maturity and experience, and if he plays his cards right, we may see him more and more on the big screen.

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Mmmmm.....Girlfriday, you make it should like it's a melo. I think it will be better if it's a romcom. Don't know how to make of this. Kim Woo Bin can definitely bring it but Suzy???

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Typo - sound like a melo.

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kbs is already trying hard by putting this after descendents of the sun. i'll be really thrilled to see this against sbs saimdang the herstory.
what's there to be surprise.. suzy is the 3rd most wanted actress for drama production after gianna jun and ha ji won and do you think it's all due to her acting talent? of course not... it's because she's suzy the really well-loved celeb by knet and youngest cf queen which plays crucial roles for high rating (or at least decent) and money for PPL. not to say she's prettty

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Goodness!! Not Suzy!!

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God damn... You guys Suzy is all grown up now.
Well yeah her acting weren't that good but...she's an adult now . I think you should give this drama a chance.

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