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Drama Casting & News
Eom Ki-joon and others recruited for SBS’s Defendant
by | November 2, 2016 | 20 Comments
Potential leading actors Ji Sung (Entertainer) and Han Ye-seul (Madam Antoine) are still considering starring in SBS’s new Monday-Tuesday legal thriller Defendant, and meanwhile we’ve got a few more actors who are being courted for supporting roles: Eom Ki-joon (Night Teacher, Masked Prosecutor), Eom Hyun-kyung (The Good Wife, All Is Well), and Kim Min-seok (Doctors).... More »


Drama Casting & News
52nd Baeksang Arts Awards: TV Section
by | June 3, 2016 | 240 Comments
The 52nd Baeksang Arts Awards ceremony was held on June 3, 2016 to award the biggest projects of the past year in film and television. We’re trying something new this year and breaking up the awards post into two sections, because these things just get insanely long, and we don’t want anyone getting scrolling-induced injuries.... More »


Drama Casting & News
Descended’s Kim Min-seok eyes Doctors as next drama
by | April 5, 2016 | 61 Comments
Nice to see his stint in Descended From the Sun is doing Kim Min-seok some good, since he’s now up to join the upcoming SBS drama Doctors, which recently confirmed Kim Rae-won (Punch) and Park Shin-hye (Pinocchio) as its leads. The role Kim Min-seok is up to play is a neurosurgeon (with that baby face?... More »


Drama Casting & News
Shut Up: Lyrics edition
by | February 25, 2012 | 87 Comments
I haven’t done one of these in a while, but Shut Up: Flower Boy Band seems like a good drama for lyrics translation. It’s a show that has done a good job incorporating music into its storytelling; it’s not hit-you-over-the-head with the songs, but allows them to carry some of the narrative. Plus, well, I... More »


Drama Recaps
Shut Up: Flower Boy Band: Episode 1
by | January 30, 2012 | 102 Comments
I love this drama already; Episode 1 delivered just what I’d hoped for, and what I wanted. I’ve watched a lot of high school shows — an embarrassing number, actually — and if the rest of the series maintains the premiere’s moody atmosphere and underdog narrative, I think it can rank up there with my... More »