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Drama Casting & News
Castaways Jung Kyung-ho and Baek Jin-hee in Missing 9
by | December 6, 2016 | 61 Comments
What happens when your onscreen biases are stripped away from their army of stylists, makeup artists, and support staff? What happens when they are separated from civilization itself? Missing 9 makes a drama of variety show Law of the Jungle, except there’s no hope that the shoot will eventually end. Stills have been released of... More »

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Meet the plane crash survivors of MBC’s Missing 9
by | December 2, 2016 | 49 Comments
Jung Kyung-ho, Oh Jung-se, Choi Tae-joon, Chanyeol, Baek Jin-hee, Lee Sun-bin, Ryu Won, Kim Sang-ho, Tae Hang-ho Remember the castaway drama Gaia, which turned into the idol-filled Picnic, and then into mid-life crisis story Missing 9? Well after multiple cast overhauls, two name changes, and one writer switch, it looks like things are moving forward... More »

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News bites: November 11, 2016
by | November 11, 2016 | 70 Comments
Yook Sung-jae Here’s our first peek at Yook Sung-jae (Village: Secret of Achiara) in tvN’s upcoming fantasy drama The Lonely, Shining Goblin, where he plays a chaebol heir whose family has served the goblin as vassals for thirteen generations. Gong Yoo stars as the mysterious goblin who aims to end his immortal life, and Yook... More »

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Baek Jin-hee courted to play lead in castaway drama Missing 9
by | October 7, 2016 | 24 Comments
And the Missing 9 casting saga continues. Because this drama has undergone so many changes (seriously, so many!), I guess it makes sense that even casting is still up in the air. Missing 9 (formerly known as Picnic, formerly known as Gaia) went from being a tale about a group of idols stuck on an... More »

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Jung Yumi up to reunite with Jung Kyung-ho in Missing 9
by | September 29, 2016 | 57 Comments
Okay, now you’ve really got my attention. I cared a little about this project when it was a castaway story called Gaia, lost much of my interest when there was a writer/cast/title change to Picnic that featured young idols as castaways, and perked up when a new writer came in (of Police Unit 38) and... More »

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Missing 9 courts Jung Kyung-ho as male lead, releases character descriptions
by | September 22, 2016 | 59 Comments
More developments on the new drama Missing 9 formerly known as Picnic, formerly known as Gaia: After a recent change in scribes, switching from Angry Mom’s Kim Ban-di to Police Unit 38’s Han Jung-hoon, Missing 9 is now undergoing a major casting shakeup. Missing 9 centers around Seo Joon-ho, a washed-up, former Kpop star who’s... More »

Drama Recaps
One More Happy Ending: Episode 16 (Final)
by | March 13, 2016 | 90 Comments
It’s a surprisingly satisfying happy ending for all of our Angels, who have all learned that second chances can come in many different forms. Even if you don’t get what you wanted, if you just open your mind and heart, you just might find something even better. The important thing is to trust yourself, follow... More »

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One More Happy Ending: Episode 15
by | March 12, 2016 | 43 Comments
If you thought that Mi-mo and Soo-hyuk couldn’t possibly find a new way to be miserable — well, you’d be wrong. They have a gift for finding reasons why they shouldn’t be together, and no matter how flimsy and ridiculous those reasons are, they still treat them as deadly serious. I guess there’s one silver... More »

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One More Happy Ending: Episode 14
by | March 6, 2016 | 103 Comments
There are always more than just two people in a relationship — you have to be willing to accept all the people that come with them as well. Friends, family, and even children can complicate a love affair, and thankfully Mi-mo and Soo-hyuk take those things seriously. Mi-mo especially has a lot to think about... More »

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One More Happy Ending: Episode 13
by | March 5, 2016 | 70 Comments
Everyone is making great positive strides in their lives, which is great, but there’s still a lot of work to do. It takes time and work to build a relationship, mend trust, and repair what’s been broken. It’s even harder when outside forces start throwing wrenches in the works, and you never know when a... More »