Posts Tagged ‘Kim Sang-ho’

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2012 KBS Drama Awards
by | December 31, 2012 | 256 Comments
And closing out the year-end drama awards is KBS, who didn’t stray too far off the beaten path. The big winner tonight was You Who Rolled In Unexpectedly, the big ratings pull for the station this year. Taking home the Daesang was its star, Kim Nam-joo, who continues her reign as queen of the small... More »


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Special Affairs Team TEN: Episode 9 (Final)
by | April 29, 2012 | 61 Comments
The final episode! The final mystery! The final battle! Everything culminates to this episode, and I am warning those who haven’t seen it yet that it is MESSED UP. Just to recap before everyone gets confused, we have several cases going on: the present-time murder with an unnamed victim in motel room 101, the murder... More »


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Special Affairs Team TEN: Episode 8
by | April 22, 2012 | 27 Comments
It’s the beginning of the end! Honestly, ever since I started recapping this drama, all I ever heard about was this end. Thankfully, everyone’s been really awesome and haven’t spoiled a single thing, though I’ve gleaned that it’s an open-ended kind of ending. So here we go – what confusing are we plunging forth into!?... More »


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Special Affairs Team TEN: Episode 7
by | April 15, 2012 | 25 Comments
I present Part 2 of the Kidnapping of Min Chae Won! It’s crazy to think that it’s now nearing the end! This case has it’s own twists and turns, and certainly not as complex as the first episode. But what I like about the twists in this series is that each layer of doubt has... More »


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Special Affairs Team TEN: Episode 6
by | April 8, 2012 | 20 Comments
This episode is part one of a two-parter case, titled “Part 1: The Kidnapping of Min Chae Won.” I think this episode just sets us up for the twisted-ness that comes in part 2, mainly because we have a standard kidnapping, and our team is simply unable to track down where the kid is. Part... More »


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Special Affairs Team TEN: Episode 5
by | April 1, 2012 | 46 Comments
This is one sad case. Episode 5 is titled “The Forest Chaser,” but I think the episode could also have been called “The Good Samaritan.” This episode had a few more twists – one more heart wrenching than the last. Tags: featured, Jo Ahn, Joo Sang-wook, Kim Sang-ho, Special Affairs Team TEN... More »


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Special Affairs Team TEN: Episode 4
by | March 25, 2012 | 23 Comments
Welcome to episode 4 of Ten! Titled “The Queen,” we learn a little more about Ji Hoon, see another side of Ye Ri, and finally meet a victim who is more scary than the killer. Jealousy and fear can bring out the worst in us. Tags: featured, Jo Ahn, Joo Sang-wook, Kim Sang-ho, Special Affairs... More »


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Special Affairs Team TEN: Episode 3
by | March 18, 2012 | 39 Comments
Time for some love for Do Shik! And Min Ho’s cute glare. The title of this episode is “Mimosa,” in reference to a plant (not the drink) that shrinks when touched. It’s known to be a shy plant, and its nature is allegorical to the case and the suspect in question. Song of the Day... More »


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Special Affairs Team TEN: Episode 2
by | March 11, 2012 | 48 Comments
Without a two-hour running time, this episode went by much more quickly and had less twists and turns. Oh my happy head – it wasn’t spinning! But we get a little more insight into Ji Hoon’s character, and hints to his past. He might be cold, but he’s so lovable as a hero. Tags: featured,... More »


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Special Affairs Team TEN: Episode 1 (Part 2)
by | March 8, 2012 | 72 Comments
And we continue on with Part 2! The more twists that occurred just solidified my excitement for this drama. Granted it aired in late 2011, but hey, better late than never! Tags: featured, Jo Ahn, Joo Sang-wook, Kim Sang-ho, Special Affairs Team TEN... More »


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Special Affairs Team TEN: Episode 1 (Part 1)
by | March 4, 2012 | 80 Comments
Warning: this drama is not for the faint of heart. It is graphic, twisted, sleek, dark, sultry, and it is amazing. I have never seen such fine acting from Joo Sang Wook, who is as twisted as his suspects. The first episode is over 2 hours long, working like a standalone movie, and is supposedly based... More »