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Drama Casting & News
News bites: October 22, 2016
by | October 22, 2016 | 79 Comments
Event organizers had estimated 200 fans would show, but they were sorely off the mark. Over 5,000 people were in attendance for a Moonlight Drawn By Clouds fan signing event held on the afternoon of October 19. Stars Park Bo-gum, Kim Yoo-jung, Jinyoung and Kwak Dong-yeon were in attendance and dressed in character, and thankfully,... More »


Drama Casting & News
News bites: August 20, 2016
by | August 20, 2016 | 51 Comments
Jang Dong-gun, Park Hee-soon, Lee Jong-seok I’m excited for this: Jang Dong-gun, Lee Jong-seok and Park Hee-soon are all confirmed for VIP, the latest film from Park Hoon-jung (The Tiger, New World). Lee will indeed play the villain, a son of a high-ranking North Korean official with a penchant for killing. [Asia Economy, Sports Chosun]... More »


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Noir movie VIP enlists Jang Dong-gun, Park Hee-soon, and Lee Jong-seok
by | August 18, 2016 | 92 Comments
A-list heavyweights Jang Dong-gun (A Gentleman’s Dignity) and Park Hee-soon (Missing Noir M), and Hallyu star Lee Jong-seok (W–Two Worlds) are in talks to share the screen in director Park Hoon-jung’s much buzzed-about film VIP alongside the “God of Acting,” aka Kim Myung-min (Six Flying Dragons), who was previously considering the project and has since... More »


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Go Kyung-pyo becomes Jang Dong-gun’s target in revenge thriller
by | October 12, 2015 | 11 Comments
Go Kyung-pyo, Song Sae-byuk The main cast is complete for the new revenge thriller Seven Years’ Night, featuring a murderous clash between two fathers, played by Jang Dong-gun (Crying Man) and Ryu Seung-ryong (Guest). The movie is the highly anticipated adaptation of the bestselling novel by Jung Yoo-jung, and the latest project from director Chu... More »


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Jang Dong-gun joins revenge film opposite Ryu Seung-ryong
by | August 20, 2015 | 13 Comments
Jang Dong-gun (Crying Man) is in final negotiations to star in the new revenge film Seven Years’ Night, the newest outing from director Chu Chang-min of Gwanghae, the Man Who Became King (or Masquerade). Ryu Seung-ryong (Guest) has already signed on to reunite with the Gwanghae director, which makes this a pretty snazzy two-top cast... More »


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First posters and trailer for Crying Man
by | April 12, 2014 | 37 Comments
From gentleman to killer — Jang Dong-gun (A Gentleman’s Dignity) stars in the upcoming movie Crying Man as a professional assassin who makes a fatal mistake. When the mob/crime organization/bad guys contact him to correct his error and carry out one last hit, Kim Min-hee (Temperature of Love) is the target. We were told in... More »


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Im Soo-jung to play Jang Dong-gun’s leading lady
by | July 30, 2013 | 42 Comments
There’s finally some movement on casting a heroine for Crying Man, the new project from director Lee Jung-bum of Ajusshi (aka The Man From Nowhere). This time he’s got Jang Dong-gun (A Gentleman’s Dignity) as his action hero, and Im Soo-jung (All About My Wife) has confirmed that she’s signed on to play his love... More »


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Jang Dong-gun returns to the big screen with Ajusshi director
by | April 29, 2013 | 80 Comments
Jang Dong-gun (A Gentleman’s Dignity) is headed back to the big screen this year, in the much-awaited new project from director Lee Jung-bum of Won Bin’s Ajusshi, aka The Man From Nowhere. He’s pretty much the leading man’s new holy grail as far as directors go, since he’s guaranteed to make you look like a... More »


Celebrity News
Han Jae-seok and Park Sol-mi’s star-studded wedding
by | April 21, 2013 | 90 Comments
Congratulations to another star couple: film and drama actors Han Jae-seok and Park Sol-mi just got hitched today (April 21) in Seoul. They look adorably happy, which I suppose is a good way to look on your wedding day. Both actors have a pretty lengthy tenure in dramaland — Park Sol-mi’s debut drama was 2001’s... More »


Drama Recaps
A Gentleman’s Dignity: Episode 20 (Final)
by | September 1, 2012 | 94 Comments
FINAL EPISODE RECAP javabeans: Cold open! Ha, I love that these actors play themselves at half their ages, like in this scene where they’re all decked out in school uniforms and totally playing blind to the fact that they’re acting with, like, 17-year-olds. girlfriday: This is my favorite, just for the ridiculous factor of these... More »