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IU, Yeo Jin-gu take care of spooky guests in Hotel del Luna

A new teaser has been released for tvN’s upcoming supernatural-fantasy romance Hotel del Luna featuring lead actors IU (My Ajusshi) and Yeo Jin-gu (My Absolute Boyfriend).

The story takes place at the mysterious and eerie Hotel del Luna whose true appearance cannot be seen by mortal humans. It is only their clientele of ghosts and spirits who can enjoy the hotel’s opulence and grandeur. Yet, by a strange chance of fate, a human by the name of Gu Chan-sung (played by Yeo Jin-gu) becomes the hotel manager and must now run the Hotel del Luna alongside the eccentric owner, Jang Man-wol (played by IU). However, working with Jang proves to be an added challenge as she’s fussy, eccentric, extravagant and greedy, quick-tempered, and suspicious by nature.

The teaser plays fairy tale-like music in the background as it starts with panoramic shots of Seoul against the night sky, with the moon looming large in the back. We get a view of the central tower where we see can see shadows of people enjoying themselves through the windows. The scene transitions to a nightscape of skyscrapers and traffic moving quickly over a river bridge as the otherworldly moon slowly rises higher in the sky. There’s a swift scene change to a besuited Yeo Jin-gu standing in the hotel hallway. The camera lingers on him as the lights flicker before the scene cuts to a close-up of IU as she stoically stares at the camera. The teaser ends with Yeo Jin-gu’s voice-over narration. “Hotel del Luna, grand opening in July.”

The drama will be written by the famed (perhaps infamous, depending on your tastes) Hong sisters duo, Hong Jung-eun and Hong Mi-ran (Hwayugi, Master’s Sun). Directing will be done by PD Oh Choong-hwan (Doctors, While You Were Sleeping).

I hope Yeo Jin-gu is finding some rest time between all his projects because this will his third(!) drama airing this year. There’s not much to go by in the teaser, but I’m still super excited because I have a huge soft spot for the Hong sisters and I really like both Yeo Jin-gu and IU. One more month to go!

tvN’s Hotel del Luna is currently set to premiere next month, in July 2019.

Via Seoul Kyungje

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The plot sounds interesting and I love the possibility of IU playing a powerful anti-heroine, but the production team leaves me worried. Particularly, the Hong sisters, who haven't had a decent project in years (their last well-received drama was 6 years ago). I'm not a big fan of the PD either, Doctors was a snooze-fest and I didn't really like the directing in While You're Sleeping. While I love Yeo Jin-goo and definitely find him one of the most talented actors of his generation, I'm not too into the pairing of him and IU either, I find it a bit hard to picture her with a younger man and he still has a bit of that boyish feel to him. I do like the teaser, and I'll probably check it out for IU, but I'm not too optimistic.

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I'm worried if the production team has enough time to do the special effects. I mean the Hong Sisters' element is fantasy but I was thinking that they would take a break from it after the incidents last time, or the drama would be in pre-production.

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Oh yeah, the hot mess that was Hwayugi. Apparently, they've been filming since late March or early April, so they'll have 3 months to prepare at least? Tbh the Hong sisters' track record leaves me really worried too. I hope everything will turn out well for IU and YJG's sake.

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The supernatural aspect of it piques my interest a little bit because the Hong sisters seem to know how to do supernatural well, when partnered up with a good director and visual effects team (see "Master's Sun"); And if this is a 'we will meet a quirky, supernatural guest every week-to-week and get to know their stories' then I can say that I am a little more excited :) The week to week stories in "Master's Sun" worked for me :)

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Yes! Master's Sun + week to week !

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The week to week format it what I dislike about dramas because then they follow the same format of US shows which has been unsuccessful in hooking me up to a show. However, Hong sisters do make it work. One thing that has surely deteriorated over time for them is the humor. They used to be humorous (laughing out loud type humorous) but now they only throw silly jokes in dialogues.

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I'm looking forward to this. I've liked a few Hong Sisters' dramas. Will be my second IU drama and will be bringing a lot of affection for her after My Ahjussi. I haven't finished a Yeo Jin-gu drama yet. Might go back to Absolute Boyfriend and do think he was doing the comedy well in that.

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🤔 Hong Sisters you say...?

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Drink lots a Soju and just go with it lolol.....That's my plan anyway!

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hahahhahahah

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🤔Soju you say...?

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I like yeo jin gu and iu. I hope this get better ratings. I'm only watching one Kdrama, so I'll give you a go.

Yeo jin gu third drama this year,,He should learn how to pick better scripts. And take a break

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I have no idea why he picked Absolute Boyfriend. The Crowned Clown at least was successful and allowed him to show off his acting talent. Hotel Del Luna, despite my misgivings with the writer-director team, seems to have some sort of quality to it, but nothing will ever make me understand what he saw in Absolute Boyfriend.

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I think we vieweres overly emphasize quality but at the end of the day the reason could be in the simplest term all about money. And I am saying this despite liking Absolute Boyfriend, I know I am in the minority here. They may have offered him good money. As for Hotel Luna...this reminds me a tad bit about Spirited Away which I happen to adore to bits. There is a lot of potential here, hope they get this right.

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I thought of Spirited Away too, which I also adore. So if it's anything like that, I'll be thrilled.

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Agree, the premise sounds like a live action version of "Spirited Away" which is one of my favorite movies of all time. That is why I will probably pass on this.

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Didn't watch crowned clown cos my plate was full. But i followed the recaps and i loved it. I'm dropping my absolute boyfriend. I can't waste my data for rubbish. I love IU but i haven't been following her drama. Hated the producer despite KSH being in it. Managed to Watch MLSHR and didnt watch my ajhussi. I hope i don't get disappointed

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I didn't watch The Crowned Clown either, but I saw some clips of Yeo Jin-goo that impressed me. For The Producers, I actually enjoyed it, but only Cindy's parts lol. I hated Moon Lovers and only watched until episode 4 or 5 (the one where her sister died). My Ahjussi is actually my all-time favourite drama, I would recommend it to anyone, but it sort of depends on your preferences.

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He’s been acting really serious roles since he was 8. Now that he’s grown up, he wants some fun characters. Less tearing and more rom com. The boy fantasizes about being in relationships. He talked about this several times in interviews.

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I don't mind him doing rom-coms, but surely there are better rom-coms out there he could choose from. Jo Jung-seok, for example, tends to pick quality rom-coms (even if I'm not a fan of them) that allow him to do more with his acting skills.

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Keep in mind, his age is restricting him to the age of his onscreen love interests. And actresses in their early 20s, or even look 20ish, aren’t getting great roles in good romcoms. The good writers just aren’t writing scripts involving this younger group of actors became most of them aren’t skilled. He’s the exception.

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While I do believe that there are actors and actresses in his age group that are skilled enough to get better roles in rom-coms, I have to agree about the lack of good writers writing for this age group. I've noticed this trend of older actors getting more opportunities than the younger ones, which is especially evident nowadays. Still, as someone who really holds YJG's acting prowess in high regard, I can't help but wish he'd pick better scripts.

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I'm eh about the Hong Sisters, but I really like both IU and Yeo Jin-gu. Plus the concept sounds intriguing. I'm tentatively excited.

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This title still bothers me to no end.

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I will tell myself that "Luna" is a lake or something...

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As someone who speaks French and knows a bit of Spanish, the title made me cringe.
@delurker I think that "Luna" refers to the heroine's name, Man-wol, which means "full moon" or "new moon" according to the Chinese characters. I guess it's the former due to the full moon showing in the teasers so far.

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Then that's even more jarring; the Moon doesn't have a physical gender; the heroine does. Unless we are in for a surprise :-)))

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OMG, seriously how does YJG manage his time? And he's also a college student no?
I never like anything from the Hong sisters beside Chun-hyang and Gumiho. But I love these two dramas to bits. I hope this time they stop experimenting and write what works for the audience.

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I heard Absolute Boyfriend was pre-produced and filmed last year, so I guess that's how lol. They've been teasing it for a while. I'm not a fan of the Hong sisters either, hopefully they'll get it together with this project and do their leads justice (very unlikely, seeing their track record for the past 6 years).

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He's been on a leave of absence since 2017 so that's probably how. I don't mind his non stop work ethic though.

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Watched some of Hong Sister's dramas and mostly bcos of the actors. Hmm hopefully this one is nice, cos I am looking forward to IU and Yeo Jin Gu in one frame.

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De LA Luna. It should be de la... luna *sigh*

Oh look! More lovely content to shitpost. I am in my element.
*points and laughs at @leetennant*
Also this thing apparently has no plot.

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I knew the title bothered me, ugh 🙄

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If you think I'm even reading a shitpost about a Hong Sisters' disaster, you have another think coming. They could announce a BL subplot where we finally get the Park Hae-jin and Lee Jong-suk hookup that we all imagined in Doctor Stranger and I still wouldn't watch.

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But LT you said you'd watch anything with Jingu in it... ;) or have you abandoned that promise hahahahaha

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Those sorts of claims by her usually contain a “unless it’s written by KES ir the Hong Sisters” amendment, either implied or explicitly stated.

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Dammit I was so looking forward to seeing her wrestle with this conundrum a lot more :P :P

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I'm actually really annoyed that IU and Jingu are in this because they are both amazing and will no doubt put in extraordinary performances - even during the mandatory time jump in which the Hong Sisters will resolve everything offscreen and then laugh that we thought anything that had happened was important.

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I love how much you hate them. It gives me life lol.

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Usually, I wouldn't touch any of the Hong sisters' dramas with a ten foot pole, but I have way too much of a soft spot for IU not to check this one out (which I ended up regretting after watching a few eps of Moon Lovers and their awfully unfitting soundtrack). I'm mostly upset that she picked a Hong sisters drama and that I'll probably have to watch it while grumbling about how terrible it is (I'd love to be proven wrong tho). If the male lead was someone I thoroughly dislike, I'd at least have an excuse to miss it.

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Wasn't the initial title "Hotel DE Luna"? It would have still worked fine though.

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Well that depends whether or not this is the Hotel OF Moon or the Hotel of THE Moon.
And if it's "the hotel of this person called Luna", I'm not sure what the naming conventions of Spanish are but something tells me it still needs an article somewhere.

Either way changing it to DEL is even MORE wrong.

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Do you know that Hwayugi is unironically my favourite Hong Sisters drama? 😂😂😂😂

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If I admitted any of their dramas existed, that may even tempt me to watch it. But they don't. Shame.

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I enjoyed about two-thirds of it, and did not watch the finale, but compared to the torture that was Warm and Cozy, it was not-bad enough to encourage me to give them another chance. I wonder if people are just more demanding because they are "celebrity" writers. To be fair, most of the rom-coms I come across leave me with the impression of time wasted; I am not expecting another Best Love (sigh, those were the days), but I am happy enough to give it a try.

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I am personally demanding of all kdrama writers.
I don't HATE the Hong Sister's like ahem my friend above (that position is reserved for Song Jae Jung), but I do think they're overrated and not as good as anyone ever thought they were, despite me liking several of their dramas whilst watching them.
Hwayugi was a trainwreck. I just happened to enjoy it and it made me like Lee Seung Gi. This is entirely the Monkey King's fault however, and has nothing much to do with the Hong Sisters.
If nothing else this will be fun to make fun of.

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I wish I could be demanding, but it would be like banging my head against a wall. I have accepted that dramaland is 30 percent awful, 50 percent forgettable, 20 percent actually good. I mostly agree with your assessment of both the Hong Sisters and the Monkey King :-) . But I'll do the usual: let beanies do the dirty work and decide whether to marathon depending on the general response (blush).

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Lololol you will notice that this demanding nature of mine leads to much headbanging, ranting and sh☠️tposting. Oh yes I bring it upon myself and am fully aware of this fact.
I'll probably watch this thing, I think, so allow me to do the headbanging for you :P *that's what I'm for*

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Hahaha well, hate-watching *is* a thing, but I only remember doing it with Love in Tokyo. The rest of the time I am just bored and annoyed that my need for closure is stronger than my boredom :-)) . I will be watching for the size of the dent in the wall to make my own decision, kumawo :-))))

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Indeed most of the dramas are forgettable.

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In some way, this reminds me of XXXHolic.

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Right! I was thinking about the same thing. Man wol looks like Yuuko san while chan sung looks like watanuki

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Oh no! The blank look on IU's face is back!!! What happened to the expressive IU of My Ajusshi?

http://www.dramabeans.com/2016/09/dramabeans-podcast-34/
Minute 27...

PS: I so miss the podcasts. Sigh.

Regarding this being Yeo Jin Gu's third drama of the year, he is taking a break now. Absolute Boyfriend was dully pre-produced, shot I think over a year ago even before Crowned Clown. Otherwise I would have felt really sorry for poor Hong Jong Hyun as he would have been simultaneously shooting a 20 episode drama at the same time with a 50 episode weekender!

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You know, I really love IU's particular brand of "blank stare". Don't know it's intentional or not on her part, but if the character she plays actually requires a chilly, emotionless look, she can play it to a tee. It comes naturally.
Just like how she played Cindy to a tee mostly because she was playing (nearly)herself.

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I don't think a blank stare equals emotionless. I loved her in My Ajusshi and Producer but not in Moon Lovers and unfortunately this look reminds me of the latter.

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Exactly. Expect the way I thought and felt of it was, while My Ajusshi and Producers perfectly matched her strengths and style, Moon Lovers did not. In the 1st half of the show where she was supposed to look peppy and naive damsel, she wasn't successful in conveying it thru her eyes. But later...when Hae Su was exhausted and battered with life and grew into an opposite version of her previous self, THEN I felt like she was chanelling the perfect "light has left her eyes" look.
Here too, I feel like she'd be able to do it because her character description says; "A lone manager stuck in a ghost hotel for eons". If she grows silly and happy-go-lucky due to Yeo Jin-gu's presence, then I don't know what would happen.
*fingers crossed

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No absolute boyfriend and crowned clown were shot completely back to back in fact their schedules even overlapped that he had to film both dramas simultaneously. He started this drama immediately after he finished crowned clown without a break. He isn't the actor who believes in breaks.

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Yes, I liked IU much better in that one. Still don't know about Yeo Jin Goo. Even in a suit you can't hide how young he is.

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I really like Yeo Jin Gu but his lack of personal love relationship shows in some of his roles. I'm not sure about this drama. He was really great in The Crowned Prince because the love story was not the biggest part and because love relationships in sageuk are different. IU had great actors in her precedent dramas : Jo Jung Suk, Kim Soo Hyun, Lee Sun Kyun, Lee Joon Ki or Kang Ha Neul. All of them are good actors and have a good chemistry with their partner. So I hope she will be able to assume this part with YJG.

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Apparntly Yeo Jin Gu is allergic to sleep this year

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This reminds me of Lady Gaga's season on American Horror Story. Anyone?

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I think IU will do well but I'm afraid this drama is too difficult for him. He is cute but the acting skills are not too good. Could be because he is very young so he needs to study more. Anyway, he was a bit better as the king in The Crowned Clown than as the Clown and Zero Nine/Absolute Boyfriend.

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I just read in Wiki that he had 3 dramas this year ! Really ? OMG, this guy didn't understand what a real actor means if he believes taking many dramas just to smile, show your abdominal muscles and stare to your co-star is enough

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I find it impossible to reconcile your comment with his amazing performances this year. I didn't like the Crowned Clown but he was extraordinary. His performance in Absolute Boyfriend is so layered and so nuanced. Did you even watch him this year? He's one of the best young actors I've ever seen.

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It is a matter of taste. Many dramas doesn't mean a good actor. For me, the real leading actor in The Crowned Clown was Kim Sang-kyung as the Chief Royal Secretary. Really good actor. As for My Absolute Boyfriend , I watched all episodes until a week ago and I'm not interested to watch the rest Too boring and acting so bad...

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You should watch some of his movies. Even as a child actor he was impressive to me. Huayi: A Monster Boy wasn’t my type of movie at all but he was great in it. Shoot Me in the Heart is a very heartwarming if unrealistic film and I loved him in that.

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**Hwayi, woops

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Wow. Probably the first I’ve seen anyone so critical of SK’s national little brother.

Anyhoo, his acting is more than good in my eyes.

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I've also been critical of Jin Goo lately.

He deserves the title of S. Korea Nation's Little Brother as he comes across as cute and innocent. I too think his acting is good but that doesn't mean he is not good in everything.Not all actors have the range nor the ability to excel across different genres. Plus, he is young so there's potentially room for growth.

If I didn't remember wrongly, I was lavishing high praises on Yeo Jin Goo in Circle. I've never seen his works as a child actor and that being the first time, I was impressed. It was unfortunate that I watched him in Reunited Worlds next. To be fair, that drama was terrible and he wasn't good in it. In Crowned Clown, Jin Goo as the dark and villainous king was excellent. It's strange that I liked his take on good king/clown a lot less.

His role in Absolute Boyfriend showed me that as experienced and good Jin Goo is, he can't excel in everything. His portrayal of a robot is disappointing to say the least. It almost seems that he is playing the same cheery, sweet and innocent boy with a golden smile when he is happy and sad puppy look when he's down. Robot aside, Jin Goo also lacks the X factor for romance - as swoonworthy as some scenes are meant to be or buffed up as he tries to be, I feel no sizzle.

Some say it's age, some say it's due to lack of personal experience in relationships. I don't know but I don't think it's the former, some equally young actors are quite decent in this aspect.

I hope he won't be another Park Bo Gum to me. PBG can be very good but I never felt any spark when it come to him and romance.

Maybe a good PD is all that's needed. Hopefully, Jin Goo will do much better here than in My Absolute Boyfriend.

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I find it harder to get into his lovelines when he's paired with an older actress. Maybe (like I mentioned above) because he still has a bit of that boyish feel to him. Which is why I'm sort of worried about this pairing, even though I love both of them individually; especially, since IU doesn't seem to have much chemistry with younger men either. But I do think he has chemistry with actresses that are either his age or younger (like Kim Yoo-jung in the Moon/Sun drama, from which I only watched their parts lol).

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If he doesn't want to appear in youth romcom, then he'd have to make pairing with older actresses work.

I can't comment on IU because I only remember Moon Lovers and My Ahjussi, two very different dramas. I know not everyone saw it that way but I won't use My Ahjussi as an example of her having chemistry with an older man. Moon Lovers was too contrived although fans seem to love her and Lee Joon Gi together. I think the fanservice provided outdid whatever romance there was in the drama.

Whatever the outcome may be, I hope Jin Goo keeps trying. Nothing is worse than an actor without growth or resting on his laurels. So I am cheering him on for his effort.

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I actually really disliked the pairing between IU and Lee Joon-gi. I pretty much bailed out when I realized they were starting to jump ship lol. But I couldn't take her one-sided loveline with Ji Soo seriously either. He just looked like this high school teenager crushing on a noona. Personally, I liked her chemistry with Kim Soo-hyun in The Producers the best (in terms of conventional romance that is). I agree on Jin-goo tho. Hopefully he keeps on trying and improving.

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This is exactly why he keeps picking romcoms — to improve through work experience. Unlike other younger actors who may have experienced some puppy love in their life, it was hard for Jingoo because his fame hit him at 12 and work never allowed him a typical adolescent life. He’s not even studying college like most college students so there’s a disconnect with people of his age.

His only other comparable actor would be Yoo Seung ho. And as much as people loved him being all broken in Missing You, he was frankly a horrible love interest. Luckily he made a wise decision to enlist first before continuing his acting career.

At the moment Jingoo is still pursuing a degree so I hope he considers enlisting after he finishes college and add some extra-celebrity activities to his life. He will definitely benefit from it.

That being said, he’s still not bad at all as the robot that is supposed to be real enough to hide the fact that he’s a robot.

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That's a good idea - to go for early enlistment like YSH especially if Jin Goo finds that good scripts are not coming his way.

I find enlisting near 30 to be quite a pity - that to me is more a prime period than early 20s as far as drama roles are concerned.

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My problem with the Hong Sisters is that they're not mediocre writers or even bad writers. I love crappy dramas. I watch trash, I watch crack. I hate watch and snark watch with the best of them.

But the Hong Sisters always start out so strong. They suck you in with great characters and interesting premises. They cast fantastic actors to bring those characters to life. They world build well, their scripts are often witty.

But then... then...

It's not even that they write bad endings. It's that they don't care about their endings. In fact, they don't care about their story at all.

Can you imagine sitting down to hear someone tell you a story and it's interesting and complicated and has great conflict. And then at some point the storyteller goes "And now it's a year later and everything's fine! Happy ending! Bye!"
And gets up and leaves.

You'd be furious, right? It's a giant f'u to the audience. And it's in every one of their shows.

Apart from Black, there is no show that made me angrier than Big. None. I was in such fury by the end of that, I vowed to never watch a Hong Sisters' show again. I couldn't believe how disrespectful it was to their story and to the audience.

If I thought it was just Big then I'd be willing to give them another try. But I've seen You're Beautiful and I've seen Gumiho. And while they didn't make me as angry as Big, they were just as offensively written in terms of pretending the central conflict of their premise doesn't exist. What's the point of coming up with a fascinating, Gordian knot of a conflict if the only way you know how to resolve it is to just pretend it doesn't exist? It's trite. They treat their audience like mugs.

And that's why I won't be watching the show.

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In fact, they don't care about their story at all.

Holy shit this. So much of this.

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(If they come up with Gordian Knot like conflict and then whisk it all away like magic and pretend it doesn't exist then they ARE bad writers, because that's basic hack level writing.
They don't have a frakking clue how to resolve said conflicts they invent. They don't know how to develop them, resolve them or take them anywhere. They only know how to invent them. A three year old can come up with an interesting story line. If you're not committed to telling it properly, then what's the freaking point, and why should I care/respect your craft??
It's like people who kill off characters for no reason other than to make the MC DO something. Reactionary only writing, instead of development. Or the MOA writer, (my personal pet hate), who has many flaws, but the most grievous of which to me is that she consistently IGNORES the basics of storytelling, KNOWS she ignores the basics of storytelling, ADMITS it, and carries on anyway. Hacks. The lot of them. An embarrassment to the writing world.
Oh sure they're entertaining hacks (or are they), who get paid well and get high rated dramas; that doesn't stop them being hacks. )

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I still can't believe I spent the whole of Big going, "Wow, how are they doing to resolve this fascinating Gordian knot?!"

I'm an idiot. I blame them.

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Fortunately for me I haven't watched that one.

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They should write for US tv, then they could just move swiftly on to Season 2 without ever having to write an ending.

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3 dramas a year ? OMG, this guy needs somebody to teach him a leading role doesn't mean only to smile, show the abdominal muscles or to stare to your co-star

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Oops...Sorry for posting again but I thought my previous comment wasn't accepted

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I enjoyed Master's Sun a lot!!! And it's in my all time favourite drama list and also one of the few kdramas which elevated my respect and love for kdramas!! On the other hand...Hwayugi it was good....but personally I didn't like it much! But I'll trust IU's choice and hopefully it will be good!!
And YJG.... I'm not his hater....but not I think I have seen too much of him this year!! I'm neither a fan nor a hater, just watch his dramas. But lately I'm feeling he's still too young for these dramas. Maybe he's still a teenager to me...that's why. Anyway....I'm just waiting for this drama a lot!!!

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Finally a theme that has my attention after all this time.
The set up reminds me of movies/shows like Hotel Transylvania, Holicxxx & some supernatural manga along such lines who's names I've forgotten.

And speaking of Hong sisters.... I do have some expectations since sometimes they manage to do really well.
Anyway i hope it turns out great for the sake of everybody involved in the show, viewers & me too
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Since my other comment is "awaiting moderation" idk if it's visible to others, so I just want to say, looking forward to this!! ^^

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If you put My Ajusshi aside, IU (Lee Ji-eun) has a track record of starting off pretty mediocre in roles but her acting tends to improve during the run of the series. I'm especially thinking of Cindy in "The Producers". She was pretty green in "You're the Best
Lee Soon-shin" back in 2013 but there's nothing like a 50 episode K-drama to train you up. I only saw a few episodes of her next series "Pretty Man ('Bel Ami') but IU looked like she was having a blast in the cartoonish role.

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I feel the same way. I don't like this director as an actual director but his cinematography abilities are strong.

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You know what I'm actually looking forward to the drama because the teasers are pretty but I have zero expectations from the Hong Sisters for consistent writing. I might just have to watch this one for pretty aesthetics instead of plot but maybe that's most kdramas.

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story sounds like anime death parade to me.. does anyone else also think that?

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