Drama Casting & News
Eom Ji-won is the cameo queen
by | February 26, 2010 | 10 Comments
Eom Ji-won is getting credit as a cameo queen for her current drama, Woman Who Still Wants To Marry — not as the one making the cameo, but the one bringing onboard the drama’s numerous guest stars. Apparently Eom is to thank for the appearances of Jo Han-seon, who was... More »

Open Thread
Open Thread #124
by | February 26, 2010 | 187 Comments
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Celebrity News
Congratulations to gold medalist Kim Yuna
by | February 26, 2010 | 96 Comments
Kim Yuna‘s gold-medal-winning performance at Thursday’s Olympic Games (Friday, Korean time) was another ratings blockbuster event, although the broadcast didn’t quite reach the heights of the ratings for the Tuesday short program. The event aired in Korea on the afternoon of the 26th, and Kim’s performance (which aired from 1:22... More »

Drama Casting & News
More stills from Personal Taste
by | February 25, 2010 | 100 Comments
I don’t care what people say, I think Personal Taste is looking adorable. These newly released stills show the stars looking cute and friendly, and reflects the dynamic between their characters as Sohn Ye-jin‘s Kae-in thrills at the idea of having a gay best friend and latches on to her... More »

Celebrity News
Chuno’s Han Jung-soo in Men’s Health
by | February 25, 2010 | 55 Comments
Wow, what a gorgeous shot of a gorgeous man. Speaking of Chuno, here’s another of its buzzmaking cast members: slave-hunting warrior General Choi, aka actor Han Jung-soo, in a spread for March’s issue of Men’s Health magazine. He’s currently making a name for himself as part of Jang Hyuk‘s band... More »

Drama Casting & News
Park Ki-woong joins the slaves in Chuno
by | February 25, 2010 | 22 Comments
With this week’s episodes, Park Ki-woong joins the cast of Chuno, briefly appearing in Episode 15 before being featured in earnest in Thursday’s Episode 16. (A few more spoilery bits beyond the jump.) This is Park’s first role in a sageuk; until last year, he was more known for an... More »

Drama Casting & News
Press conference for A Man Called God
by | February 25, 2010 | 108 Comments
February 25 was production press conference day for MBC’s new weekend series A Man Called God, starring Song Il-kook, and was held at Seoul’s Sogongdong Lotte Hotel. The entire main cast was present: Song as main character Choi Kang-ta, a billionaire and spy also going by the names “Peter Pan”... More »

Drama Casting & News
Im Joo-hwan’s Marriage War
by | February 25, 2010 | 11 Comments
If you’ll recall, there’s a short (two-episode) special drama starring Im Joo-hwan that is set to air soon, which will precede his full-length drama role in the upcoming What’s Up. It had previously been titled Hyunhaetan Marriage War, where “Hyunhaetan” refers to the strait between Korea and Japan and is... More »

Drama Casting & News
Han Ji-hye cast in a Chinese drama
by | February 24, 2010 | 22 Comments
Han Ji-hye (East of Eden) has chosen a Chinese drama as her next project, a 26-episode series that has her working with director Huang Jianzhong (As You Wish, Good Woman). She plays the lead character, a Korean woman named Jeon Chae-hee who goes to China in search of her mother.... More »

Celebrity News
Kim Yuna is a ratings queen
by | February 24, 2010 | 59 Comments
Much has been made of the incredible pressure surrounding figure skater Kim Yuna‘s bid for an Olympic gold medal, and although the phrase “all eyes are on her” is usually just a figure of speech, with Yuna it’s pretty much true in a literal sense. The television broadcast for her... More »

Celebrity News
Go Soo in March’s W Korea
by | February 24, 2010 | 72 Comments
Mmmm, more Go Soo… Check out the actor, most recently of SBS’s Will It Snow For Christmas, in a spread for the March issue of fashion magazine W Korea. The issue will also feature an accompanying interview with the star. Referring to the term that arose out of his drama... More »