Posts Tagged ‘Go Kyung-pyo’

Chungmuro/Film News
2013 Blue Dragon Film Awards
by | November 22, 2013 | 106 Comments
Fall marks the start of awards season, and today we have the 34th Blue Dragon Film Awards, one of the major film industry ceremonies, along with the Grand Bell (Daejong) Awards earlier this month and the Baeksang Awards in the spring. You’ll recognize many familiar faces, not just from the other festivals and ceremonies this... More »


Chungmuro/Film News
Teaser and stills for Scary Story 2
by | April 28, 2013 | 26 Comments
Here’s a peek at the summer horror flick Scary Story 2, or what I like to call Shut Up And Kick the Flower Boy Next Door at Christmas. It’s a six-way dramaland reunionpalooza for White Christmas boys Sung Joon and Lee Soo-hyuk, Flower Boy Next Door’s adorable webtoon artist/editor couple Go Kyung-pyo and Kim Seul-gi,... More »


Chungmuro/Film News
Up-and-comers in Scary Story 2
by | March 8, 2013 | 51 Comments
All right, there’s a new horror flick out there called Scary Story 2, and for any other reason it would sound forgettable and bland… except for its cast, which is chock-full of promising up-and-comers. First off we have Sung Joon (Can We Get Married, Shut Up: Flower Boy Band, White Christmas), whom I’d wager on... More »


Celebrity News
Photoshoot face-off: Monday hotties
by | January 21, 2013 | 136 Comments
You know what they say — there’s nothing like a group of Monday hotties to cure the Monday blues. Meet the contestants of today’s face-off: the men of Monday/Tuesday dramas and their battle against questionable fashions. I know, you’re thinking, “Isn’t it enough that they have to battle each other in dramaland?” It’s true; we... More »


Drama Casting & News
Flower Boy Next Door’s first script read
by | November 27, 2012 | 139 Comments
Whee, production is underway for the next installment of tvN’s Oh Boy series: this time we have Flower Boy Next Door, starring Park Shin-hye as a lonely girl locked away in her room, where she spends her days peeping at her hot neighbor. Hey, girl’s gotta have hobbies. I’m picturing a comedic Rear Window setup,... More »


Drama Casting & News
Go Kyung-pyo joins Flower Boy Next Door
by | November 15, 2012 | 70 Comments
Aw, the cast just gets cuter. Go Kyung-pyo has come onboard tvN’s Flower Boy Next Door, which makes me happy since I love him. Go Kyung-pyo has really only been active in the industry for about a year—he debuted in 2010 but the majority of titles on his resumé come from 2012—but despite the newness... More »


Podcasts
Dramabeans Podcast #13: Standby
by | August 5, 2012 | 51 Comments
Hello, folks! This is a podcast we hadn’t planned, exactly, but ended up recording because that just seemed easier, given how far along we’re in Standby at this point, compared to the last time we covered it. It’s a show that I’ve been watching regularly, and while it’s not rocking my world, there are enough... More »


Drama Recaps
Standby: Episodes 15-29 (Highlights)
by | May 20, 2012 | 47 Comments
Now that we’re almost 30 episodes into the show, I think Standby has established its tone and approach, which is to say: silly, fluffy, and simple. There isn’t a lot of complexity here and I think the conflicts are pretty basic, and the show tends to draw its characters in broad strokes rather than working... More »


Drama Recaps
Standby: Episodes 5-14 (Highlights)
by | April 29, 2012 | 47 Comments
More Standby! So here’s the deal: I won’t be recapping (or weecapping) MBC daily sitcom Standby on a regular basis, because that’s just a level of commitment I’m not ready to make. Furthermore, the show is a pretty simple watch, and not always worth examining on a deeper level… ’cause I’m not sure it HAS... More »


Drama Recaps
Standby: An introduction
by | April 16, 2012 | 63 Comments
MBC kicked off its new sitcom Standby last week, and if you’ve been following my updates on the show, you’ll know I’ve been anticipating its premiere. That’s mostly thanks to its endearing main cast—Ryu Jin playing bumbling, Lee Ki-woo going mischievous, Jung So-min back on TV, period—and the workplace setup. (Family sitcoms can be great,... More »