‘Lee Jong-seok’


Drama Recaps
W–Two Worlds: Episode 11
by | August 25, 2016 | 485 Comments
The earlier episodes twisted my brain, but this week’s episodes really twist my heart. The romance went from sweet to genuinely moving in the latest story arc, and I’m even starting to think that Fate may not be so cruel after all. Though that’s always what she wants you to think just before pulling the... More »


Drama Recaps
W–Two Worlds: Episode 10
by | August 24, 2016 | 454 Comments
I don’t think this episode will blow anyone’s brain to smithereens, but I guess that’s a good thing? If you happen to enjoy the heroine’s adorable antics as she navigates her way through the manhwa world, though, it’ll be a fun hour. And by fun I mean filled with crimes and misdemeanors, because apparently our... More »


Drama Casting & News
News bites: August 20, 2016
by | August 20, 2016 | 50 Comments
Jang Dong-gun, Park Hee-soon, Lee Jong-seok I’m excited for this: Jang Dong-gun, Lee Jong-seok and Park Hee-soon are all confirmed for VIP, the latest film from Park Hoon-jung (The Tiger, New World). Lee will indeed play the villain, a son of a high-ranking North Korean official with a penchant for killing. [Asia Economy, Sports Chosun]... More »


Drama Recaps
W–Two Worlds: Episode 9
by | August 18, 2016 | 706 Comments
Maybe up is down, and down is up. And I could’ve sworn that yesterday happened already, but now I’m not so sure. I didn’t used to think those rules of the universe were arbitrary, but who’s to say anymore? I guess if this were any other drama, I might say there were new twists in... More »


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 »


Drama Recaps
W–Two Worlds: Episode 8
by | August 17, 2016 | 565 Comments
I… was going to write words, and they were going to make sense, and they were going to be about W. Perhaps they would’ve been words about the love story, or about the fantasy-within-a-fantasy wish-fulfillment of this heightened world, or about my feelings, because I have a lot of them while watching this show. But... More »


Drama Recaps
W–Two Worlds: Episode 7
by | August 10, 2016 | 923 Comments
Have you ever seen a girl so happy to be going to prison? I’ve seen a lot of cute, spunky drama heroines in my day, but this one puts a smile on my face every time I see her. Maybe it’s that her love for the hero is so unabashed, or maybe it’s that she... More »


Drama Recaps
W–Two Worlds: Episode 6
by | August 4, 2016 | 723 Comments
I feel like I’m still recovering from yesterday’s episode. The show seems like it’s recovering too, because we’re a little lighter on the nonstop thriller-suspense-WTF-OMG today, and we spend a little time focusing on our heroine and her relationships. It’s time for a cold hard dose of reality in her life, which is often the... More »


Drama Recaps
W–Two Worlds: Episode 5
by | August 3, 2016 | 680 Comments
I feel like there are no rules in this drama, which is terrifying and thrilling all at once. Is this the story of a hero, or a monster? Is this drama about creating your own happy ending, or is it about discovering that real life has no such thing as neat narrative arcs, or meaning,... More »


Drama Recaps
W–Two Worlds: Episode 4
by | July 28, 2016 | 802 Comments
This show blows my miiiiiiiiiiiind. Every new episode blows it up, puts the pieces back together, and then blows it up all over again. Just when I thought I had gotten a handle on the rules of the two universes and the way the story would go, our heroine does something to change the hero’s... More »




How would you rate this episode?

5 Badass. Omg. Squee.

4 If you squint really hard, those plot holes look smaller.

3 A for effort, C for execution.

2 Is it too late to hire a script doctor? I volunteer as tribute.

1 I want my hour back!

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