‘Ha Suk-jin’

Drama Recaps
Drinking Solo: Episode 6
by | September 21, 2016 | 57 Comments
Poor Hana is have a terrible, horrible, no-good very bad day — in fact, it’s just an awful day for everyone. Even their usual solitary drinking coping mechanisms can’t help, when a drink isn’t what they really need. Drinking alone is fine when you just want to wind down, but there’s nothing worse than being... More »

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Drinking Solo: Episode 5
by | September 20, 2016 | 31 Comments
Confidence is a tricky thing, especially when our heroine is in a position of disadvantage to almost everyone around her. It can be difficult to respect someone who doesn’t respect herself, but it’s nice to see that some people around her are starting to care how she’s being treated, and more importantly, how she sees... More »

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Drinking Solo: Episode 4
by | September 14, 2016 | 34 Comments
Our resident grumpypants instructor is softening a little when it comes to Hana, and that may turn out to be a slippery slope for him. But misunderstandings and hurt feelings can get in the way of real communication, and it’s becoming clear that when it comes to Hana, Jung-seok’s solitary defense mechanisms aren’t going to... More »

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Drinking Solo: Episode 3
by | September 13, 2016 | 31 Comments
The important thing in life isn’t what you accomplish, but how you accomplish it. Shortcuts may get you places, but they won’t get you there with any sort of integrity or value. Jung-seok knows this, and it’s no wonder he judges Hana so harshly when he perceives her to be where she is because of... More »

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Drinking Solo: Episode 2
by | September 6, 2016 | 32 Comments
When office politics and student expectations threaten to get in the way of Hana’s ambition, she decides to take action. But it’s never a good idea to let your emotions guide your decisions, no matter how righteous they may seem at the time. And when you fumble and find yourself with nobody around to support... More »

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Drinking Solo: Episode 1
by | September 5, 2016 | 41 Comments
Drinking Solo, the latest drama from one of the PDs of the Let’s Eat series, seems poised to continue in its predecessors’ footsteps when it comes to heart, connections, and appreciation of the finer things in life. A charming heroine and an arrogant hero clash in every way possible, never realizing that when it comes... More »

Drama Casting & News
Remake 1% of Anything scheduled for broadcast this fall
by | September 1, 2016 | 24 Comments
There’s good news and bad news about the upcoming remake of rom-com 1% of Anything. So the good news is that the drama has finally secured a broadcaster and a time slot. The not-so-amazing news is that it’s been picked up by a relatively unknown cable channel, DramaX, that usually airs drama and variety re-runs.... More »

Drama Casting & News
Raise a glass (or eight) to Drinking Solo’s drink enthusiasts
by | August 8, 2016 | 30 Comments
Well, the conceit is straightforward and simple: Drinking Solo is about a bunch of people who drink alone, and based on the teaser videos, that’s the way they like it. With the PD of Let’s Eat at the helm, I expect similarly lighthearted and heart-warming tales of bonding through the characters’ love of drink, with... More »

Drama Casting & News
The romance begins (again) for 1% of Anything
by | July 19, 2016 | 38 Comments
I don’t know where Ha Suk-jin is finding the time to work on three projects concurrently, but here’s photo proof that he is — or at least he’s busy on project number 2, the remake of 2003’s sleeper hit drama 1% of Anything. (Number 1 is the currently airing tvN reality-drama hybrid series After the... More »

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After the Show Ends: Episode 1
by | July 4, 2016 | 28 Comments
The experimental hybrid reality-variety-drama project After the Show Ends premiered this weekend on tvN, and I was eager to check it out—mostly because I’ve been curious to see exactly how the show would pull off its genre-crossing format: There’s the show-within-the-show, Iron Lady, which is a fully produced mini-drama of its own, and then there’s... More »