‘Kim Myung-min’

Chungmuro/Film News
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 »

Chungmuro/Film News
Kim Myung-min fights corruption in crime movie Proof of Innocence
by | June 12, 2016 | 9 Comments
Kim Myung-min’s (Six Flying Dragons) new crime action film Proof of Innocence (also called Special Investigation: Letter From a Death-Row Inmate) is coming out this week on June 16. In it, he plays former cop-turned-legal broker Choi Pil-jae, and Sung Dong-il (Answer Me 1988) plays his friend and sometimes partner, former prosecutor-turned-lawyer Pan-soo.... More »

Drama Casting & News
News bites: June 11, 2016
by | June 11, 2016 | 51 Comments
Rain, Victoria Ummm, did he not learn from his first experiment with an f(x) member? Rain and f(x)’s Victoria have been cast as the leads in Chinese drama Endless August, and filming will begin soon. [Joongang] With a budget of over 24.6 billion won (roughly 21 million USD) greenlit by global entertainment company DMG, the... More »

Chungmuro/Film News
Kim Myung-min considers new noir movie VIP
by | May 11, 2016 | 10 Comments
Powerhouse actor Kim Myung-min (Six Flying Dragons) is favorably considering a role in director Park Hoon-jung’s new noir movie VIP. Although nothing has been officially decided, the possibility of another compelling Kim Myung-min performance is exciting. In VIP, Director Park tells the story of the son of a North Korean high-ranking official who commits a... More »

Chungmuro/Film News
Kim Myung-min, Byun Yo-han consider reunion in movie One Day
by | March 24, 2016 | 19 Comments
Dragons, unite! It’s a little soon for a reunion when their 50-episode drama just ended this week, but I don’t think anyone will be complaining about seeing these two together again. Kim Myung-min and Byun Yo-han, who played Jung Do-jeon and his warrior bodyguard in SBS’s Six Flying Dragons, are up for a possible reunion... More »

Drama Recaps
Six Flying Dragons: Episode 50 (Final)
by | March 23, 2016 | 257 Comments
Alas, the end is finally here. It’s been one hell of a journey, and Six Flying Dragons delivers a solid finale for an altogether solid, engaging show that I’m still not ready to let go of just yet. Weirdly enough, I didn’t go into this finale with the usually omnipresent fear that one hour could... More »

Drama Recaps
Six Flying Dragons: Episode 49
by | March 22, 2016 | 125 Comments
It’s here! It’s finally here! It happened, and it’s real, and while it may not be everything we dreamed it would be, it’s here! Above all things though, this episode is about choices, specifically the ones Bang-won has to make when it comes to letting go of the people he loves. His worst fears are... More »

Drama Recaps
Six Flying Dragons: Episode 48
by | March 16, 2016 | 199 Comments
Everything just gets better, is the best way to sum up this episode. I don’t know how I’ll get through next week, is the best way to sum up my feelings. It seems so redundant to keep declaring a new episode as the best episode yet, but here we are, after weeks of episodes that... More »

Drama Recaps
Six Flying Dragons: Episode 47
by | March 15, 2016 | 171 Comments
It’s time to buckle your seat belts and gird your loins for an hour that takes no prisoners, and one that does so with aplomb. This kind of episode is the reason we watch and love sageuk, and for this show especially, it’s the kind of episode we’ve been tuning in week after week for.... More »

Drama Recaps
Six Flying Dragons: Episode 46
by | March 9, 2016 | 211 Comments
It’s on now! Or to be more precise, it better be on next week, since this week was spent telling us just how on it’s going to be when we eventually get there. Time seems too short for placeholder episodes like this, though we can at least be grateful for the touching character moments interspersed... More »