Posts Tagged ‘Lee Jin-wook’

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Three Musketeers: Episode 12 (Final)
by | November 4, 2014 | 115 Comments
All for one, one for all! I hope everyone’s taken this past week to emotionally prepare, because this is an ending that throws a lot of things our way—some of them fun and interesting, others bittersweet. I admit I didn’t quite know how a multi-season format would work out, but if this first outing is... More »


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Three Musketeers: Episode 11
by | October 28, 2014 | 111 Comments
If there’s one perk to this whole once a week format, maybe it’s that we can watch the penultimate episode and get a whole seven days before having to face the… well, I won’t say it here. As far as this hour goes, it’s a gratifying watch for fans of Yoon-seo, Sohyeon, and Dal-hyang, even... More »


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Three Musketeers: Episode 10
by | October 21, 2014 | 99 Comments
In what might be the best episode yet (again), our boys race against the clock to save their friend and their princess, who may or may not have totally owned this hour with her strength of will and ultimate display of courage in the face of almost certain doom. Same goes for our three musketeers... More »


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Three Musketeers: Episode 9
by | October 14, 2014 | 66 Comments
There’s nothing like a good murder mystery, and while we may know the who in the whodunit, we’re left guessing as to the why and how—which is where all the fun comes in. It’s a pretty eventful hour overall, one that keeps us on our toes with a new and nefarious plot without forgetting the... More »


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Three Musketeers: Episode 8
by | October 7, 2014 | 126 Comments
This episode isn’t even about Dal-hyang, yet he nabs the best spot in the house for being the light at the end of the tangled mess that is Sohyeon’s love life. (I know, right?) The two women involved in the crown prince’s affairs find themselves on completely opposite ends of the spectrum against their own... More »


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Three Musketeers: Episode 7
by | September 30, 2014 | 69 Comments
This episode is downright fun, filled with high stakes and intrigue as Sohyeon’s life gets caught in the midst of a political power play Dal-hyang can either choose to escape from or commit himself to for the long haul. Choosing the latter opens up even more do-or-die options, the hardest of which are whether he’ll... More »


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Yoo Yeon-seok, Lee Jin-wook, Park Seo-joon cast to play one leading man
by | September 29, 2014 | 93 Comments
How can three guys play one leading man, you ask? Why, in a body-swap comedy where the hero constantly wakes up in different bodies, of course. The fact that he wakes up in only men as handsome as Yoo Yeon-seok (Answer Me 1994), Lee Jin-wook (Three Musketeers), or Park Seo-joon (Witch’s Romance) is a bit... More »


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Three Musketeers: Episode 6
by | September 23, 2014 | 45 Comments
Dal-hyang and Sohyeon finally get to make good on their bet, even if one of them has no idea the game is rigged, good intentions be damned—or not, since those intentions might’ve saved a life. Or yes, unless being set right cancels the wrong done to set things right? Either way, Dal-hyang has some soul-searching... More »


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Three Musketeers: Episode 5
by | September 16, 2014 | 104 Comments
As if everything wasn’t already a test for Dal-hyang, now it’s his loyalty that gets put through the wringer when he’s faced with obeying his king, a prince he could probably do with seeing a little less of, or himself. But it’s as hard to know what he wants sometimes as it is to know... More »


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Three Musketeers: Episode 4
by | September 8, 2014 | 72 Comments
Talk about your worst first day on the job ever. Something tells me that Dal-hyang’s about to face a lot of “worst firsts ever,” though, so he may as well get used to this feeling of constant disorientation. It’ll serve him well over the rest of his tenure serving the prince, who is, finally, outright... More »


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Three Musketeers: Episode 3
by | September 2, 2014 | 76 Comments
Today’s episode reveals one big mystery (or at least a big corner of it), which is a big enough twist to turn a few things on their sides. I like being surprised, and especially when we get one early on in the game, because it helps me to have faith that the show will keep... More »