‘Jung Kyung-ho’

Drama Casting & News
Jung Kyung-ho in for One More Happy Ending with Jang Nara
by | November 17, 2015 | 60 Comments
Oh they should be cute together. Jung Kyung-ho (Falling for Innocence) has been cast as Jang Nara’s leading man in her new MBC drama One More Happy Ending, about a woman who runs a remarriage consulting agency for those who are divorced and seeking a second chance at happiness. Tags: Jang Nara, Jung Kyung-ho... More »

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Falling for Innocence: Episode 16 (Final)
by | May 25, 2015 | 58 Comments
Sweet and bubbly with a pinch of business time, this is a finale that heightens the drama, lays out its separate but loosely interlocking plot threads, and then poofs those threads into a neat little bow. How did we get from Point A to a Point B so full of sunshine that it may as... More »

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Falling for Innocence: Episode 15
by | May 24, 2015 | 51 Comments
I seriously can’t get enough of these two. Whenever they’re together, it’s easy to forget about the surrounding battles that they eventually have to face. There’s no better time to love than the present, especially when doomsday for Hermia is just around the corner. When it rains, it pours as numerous obstacles threaten Min-ho both... More »

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Falling for Innocence: Episode 14
by | May 18, 2015 | 86 Comments
Soon-jung may be the only person immune to this face, and she proves it by attempting to venture out and start a new life, far away from our hero and his daily gifts of flowers, hand-written notes, and pretty much anything else he can possibly provide to make her day just a little bit cheerier.... More »

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Falling for Innocence: Episode 13
by | May 17, 2015 | 34 Comments
Le shit hits le fan this hour as truths comes tumbling out left and right mainly due to one man’s big mouth. Unraveling the past causes things to go from bad to worse rather quickly when trying to tease apart the past and present takes an emotional toll on Soon-jung and puts a damper on... More »

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Falling for Innocence: Episode 12
by | May 11, 2015 | 72 Comments
This hour is all about confronting the past, whether that means just learning how to let go or learning how to embrace and reconcile it with the present. Both Min-ho and Soon-jung find themselves tied to the ghosts of what came before in similarly eerie ways, but the result is all heart. Well, mostly heart.... More »

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Falling for Innocence: Episode 11
by | May 10, 2015 | 36 Comments
Sometimes seeing one’s own likeness can be an unpleasant wake-up call, but thankfully our hero is already well aware of the man he used to be. What matters for the battle ahead is the kind of man Min-ho and Joon-hee will choose to be, and one of them doesn’t have to become the other to... More »

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Falling for Innocence: Episode 10
by | May 4, 2015 | 67 Comments
Some life gets breathed into the murder case that started it all this hour, bringing some pretty damning revelations to light regarding the whodunit and why. Even without knowing the full truth, the impact on Soon-jung is apparent, and only our newly revamped hero seems to know what emotions she’s hiding inside—and more importantly, when... More »

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Falling for Innocence: Episode 9
by | May 3, 2015 | 95 Comments
For all the adorable and loving moments we get on this show, it should really be called Falling for Min-ho. I’ll never grow tired of watching our hero acting like a lovesick puppy around the girl who makes him go weak at the knees. While he may question where those feelings are coming from, he’s... More »

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Falling for Innocence: Episode 8
by | April 27, 2015 | 122 Comments
Big changes are in store for our hero this hour, as he realizes that the head and heart aren’t as disjointed as he’d originally thought they were—transplant or no transplant. He also figures out (with a lot of outside help and counseling) that he can actually decide the course of his own life, and that... More »

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Falling for Innocence: Episode 7
by | April 26, 2015 | 76 Comments
With other people pulling the strings of his own revenge, Min-ho finally has the time to sit with his emotions and begin to examine the reasons behind his literal change of heart. Not that he has to dig too much into himself since the people around him ask the critical questions for him. Still, it’s... More »

How would you rate this episode?

5 Badass. Omg. Squee.

4 If you squint really hard, those plot holes look smaller.

3 A for effort, C for execution.

2 Is it too late to hire a script doctor? I volunteer as tribute.

1 I want my hour back!

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