‘Ji Sung’


Chungmuro/Film News
51st Baeksang Arts Awards
by | May 26, 2015 | 216 Comments
The Baeksang Arts Awards are back with their 51st installment, awarding prizes in both film and television. Most of the entries were fairly predictable, though the night wasn’t without a few surprise wins. One of the big surprises was variety PD Na Young-seok being named the Daesang winner in the TV category; although I wouldn’t... More »


Drama Casting & News
News bites: May 2, 2015
by | May 2, 2015 | 37 Comments
Yunho, Kim Ga-eun The upcoming web-to-cable drama I’ll Take a Serving of You has cast Yunho of DBSK (Records of a Night Watchman) and Kim Ga-eun (Sincere Min Deul-le, Age of Feeling) as the leads. Based on the same-named web novel, the plot revolves around a romance that develops at a small shop that makes... More »


Drama Recaps
Kill Me, Heal Me: Episode 20 (Final)
by | March 16, 2015 | 259 Comments
This long denouement is an answer to the difficult and painful truths we’ve had to deal with so far. It’s an episode full of substance, and takes its time to craft a fitting send-off to the characters we’ve grown to love, as well as the ones we decidedly didn’t. Bittersweet crosses to simply sweet, as... More »


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Kill Me, Heal Me: Episode 19
by | March 14, 2015 | 195 Comments
Healing can be a difficult process, but it’s always better when you don’t have to go through it alone. Do-hyun and Ri-jin are reunited at last, and woe to any who would try to part them again. They are determined to piece together the truth of their past, no matter what remains hidden or how... More »


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Kill Me, Heal Me: Episode 18
by | March 9, 2015 | 174 Comments
This was an episode of two decided halves: One to say goodbye to the past, and the other to usher in the future (and anyone else who wants to come along for that ride…). The last of the secrets are spilled, and Se-gi proves not only that he dresses better than Do-hyun, but that both... More »


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Kill Me, Heal Me: Episode 17
by | March 7, 2015 | 191 Comments
Last week’s revelation threw into question everything Do-hyun thought he knew about his identity—and for someone plagued by multiple personalities, that’s a tremendous loss. The veils shrouding the events of the past are ripped away one by one, while the various factions in the present scramble to gain an advantage. With his personalities in hiding... More »


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Kill Me, Heal Me: Episode 16
by | March 2, 2015 | 324 Comments
Do-hyun and Ri-jin finally get to ride the Snowflake Train, but is it the end of the line for them as a couple? The sweetness is undercut by the reality of their situation, and the thread of melancholy that has been with us ever since Ri-jin’s memories started unfurling continues to grow. We’re several steps... More »


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Kill Me, Heal Me: Episode 15
by | February 28, 2015 | 295 Comments
Welcome to the episode in which no one is happy. Like, literally no one. In the midst of all this misery, Ri-on finally lays his cards on the table and Do-hyun struggles with the question of how best to protect the people he loves. But are there any good choices when your own family wants... More »


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Kill Me, Heal Me: Episode 14
by | February 23, 2015 | 265 Comments
This was an episode of things I’ve been wanting to happen for a long, long time. It starts light (and bromantic!) for the Lunar New Year, but we pick up momentum as the show gets ready to enter its last quarter. The puzzle pieces fit together, one after the other, and the mystery of the... More »


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Kill Me, Heal Me: Episode 13
by | February 21, 2015 | 278 Comments
It seems clear that Ri-jin and Do-hyun like each other, but the obstacles in their path are numerous and daunting. The full truth of the past continues to evade them, and the more they think about the future the darker it seems. But Do-hyun is set on his path, determined to shoulder the burdens that... More »


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Kill Me, Heal Me: Episode 12
by | February 17, 2015 | 249 Comments
For a change, Do-hyun is not left cleaning up the trail of Se-gi’s destruction — instead, he actually gets to reap some benefit from his alter’s bold and avant-garde approach to problem-solving. He’s surprised to discover that he can even learn a thing or two from Se-gi. But when you’re Cha Do-hyun, the laughs don’t... More »