Posts Tagged ‘Kim Yoo-jung’

Chungmuro/Film News
Kim Yoo-jung considers fantasy romance film starring Cha Tae-hyun
by | June 19, 2015 | 25 Comments
Kim Yoo-jung (Angry Mom, Elegant Lie) is enjoying a pretty nice career streak right now (I hesitate to say “high” since she’s only 16 and likely has a lot of career still ahead of her), and she’s looking to add another movie to the list. The potential project would pair her up with Cha Tae-hyun... More »


Drama Casting & News
Popular fantasy web drama Love Cells gets a sequel
by | June 4, 2015 | 43 Comments
The web drama Love Cells was such a big hit last year that it’s getting a second season, and has secured Kim Yoo-jung (Angry Mom) to return, reprising her character of Nebi. The series depicts a cute fantasy-romance story of a perpetually alone slacker, named Dae-choong (which pretty much means “meh”), who’s about to lose... More »


Drama Recaps
Angry Mom: Episode 16 (Final)
by | May 7, 2015 | 121 Comments
I expect no less from Angry Mom than a satisfying conclusion that includes righteous fury, heroism, bittersweet reality, and heartwarming sendoffs for everyone I love. That’s a tall order, but the finale does a pretty great job of giving us the things we want—some moments that we’ve been waiting for since day one, and others... More »


Drama Recaps
Angry Mom: Episode 15
by | May 6, 2015 | 53 Comments
This drama should really be titled Angry Moms—and if you thought one angry mom was a force to be reckoned with, that’s nothing compared to the united fury of all of the moms. This episode is full of twists and turns, in the best sort of way—I knew we had a lot of conflict left... More »


Drama Recaps
Angry Mom: Episode 14
by | April 30, 2015 | 172 Comments
I… I… I’m still a little emotionally traumatized by this episode. I hope I can get it together to write some comments, because I feel gutted and wrecked. In a good way, I swear, though this one really is a doozy. Every victory that was won yesterday causes a series of blowbacks that take their... More »


Drama Recaps
Angry Mom: Episode 13
by | April 29, 2015 | 75 Comments
What a supremely satisfying episode. It’s still early enough that things aren’t yet wrapped up and there’s still lots of fight left in store for us, but this episode is chock-full of important developments and major character progressions. I love the way this drama finds human touches in (almost) everybody, so that even when a... More »


Drama Recaps
Angry Mom: Episode 12
by | April 23, 2015 | 68 Comments
The thing about a secret identity is, you kinda have to try and keep it secret to use it to your advantage. As the group of people in the know grows larger by the second, Kang-ja’s situation becomes even more precarious with every move she makes. Thankfully there’s also an upside to having more people... More »


Drama Recaps
Angry Mom: Episode 11
by | April 22, 2015 | 113 Comments
I love it when a team comes together. We’ve already had a lot of solid teamwork in play, but with more people cottoning on, the bigger the inner circle gets. And while Kang-ja has been a fine solo crusader all this while, it’s gratifying to see her acknowledge that she could use some help, and... More »


Drama Recaps
Angry Mom: Episode 10
by | April 16, 2015 | 103 Comments
There is so much awesome in this episode. And by awesome, I mean Bok-dong, who has totally earned his chance to shine. I’m considering it a nice reward since I’ve been holding my breath since the cliffhanger at the end of the last episode. Today we’re done dancing around the secrets and the confrontations, and... More »


Drama Recaps
Angry Mom: Episode 9
by | April 15, 2015 | 94 Comments
What a funny, warm, and touching episode, all rolled into one. While keeping Kang-ja’s identity under wraps is a huge component to the entire premise, it’s hilarious to watch more and more people getting in on the secret, and reacting to it in different—sometimes conflicting—ways. It’s a juggling game that’s rife with comic opportunities, but... More »


Drama Recaps
Angry Mom: Episode 8
by | April 9, 2015 | 125 Comments
We focus almost entirely on the students and Kang-ja’s quest to right wrongs from the inside, and it makes for a great episode. It isn’t anything new to point out that the world is corrupt, but watching children accept that as fact is another thing entirely, and the wave of disillusionment just makes Kang-ja more... More »