Posts Tagged ‘Lee Jun-hyuk’

Drama Casting & News
Lee Jun-hyuk eyes My Spring Days as comeback drama
by | July 11, 2014 | 19 Comments
I love it when an actor’s army duty speeds by (seemingly) quickly, since so many times it can feel painful waiting for them to return. So I’m happy to hear that Lee Jun-hyuk (Equator Man, City Hunter) is now looking at comeback projects in earnest, having returned to civilian life in March. The project he’s... More »

Celebrity News
Lee Jun-hyuk reports for duty
by | June 19, 2012 | 69 Comments
Aw, another one goes. Lee Jun-hyuk met the press and fans outside the army base in Uijeongbu on June 19, to bid farewell before reporting for active duty. I’ve never seen someone smile so much on his way into army. Could he be any cuter? And why do all nearly-thirty actors suddenly look like little... More »

Drama Casting & News
News bites: June 13, 2012
by | June 13, 2012 | 93 Comments
R2B: Return to Base Yet another name change for Rain’s last pre-army project, pictured above: The movie formerly titled Red Scarf, then Flight: Near the Sun, is now R2B: Return To Base. It will eventually be called BRB: 2Legit2Quit. It’s also got a newly released poster and an August release date. [Source: E Daily] Tags:... More »

Drama Recaps
Equator Man: Episode 20 (Final)
by | May 28, 2012 | 65 Comments
We find out exactly how powerful one sincere apology can be as revenge and redemption come full circle in an ending that’s sure to tug on the heartstrings. Equator Man brought new depth and dimension to the idea of a tragic backstory, and functioned well as a human drama where choice is all that stands... More »

Celebrity News
Lee Jun-hyuk headed to army duty next month
by | May 28, 2012 | 85 Comments
Another one gets called for the dreaded army duty: Get your tears ready (and the “I will wait for you, Oppa!” signs) for Lee Jun-hyuk, who is preparing for a June enlistment and is currently awaiting his draft papers for an exact date. Lee’s management gave the statement today, explaining that they are expecting him... More »

Drama Recaps
Equator Man: Episode 19
by | May 27, 2012 | 41 Comments
The last of the secrets are out, and all that’s left is the fallout. Sun-woo is sharpening his claws for what promises to be an eventful finale as Jang-il comes face to face with what Sun-woo went through so long ago. If this show were a game, it’d be called Finding Human Decency, and no... More »

Drama Recaps
Equator Man: Episode 18
by | May 21, 2012 | 49 Comments
We’re reaching the end of the line, and desperation reigns supreme. The revenge pendulum comes swinging back in a bad way, affecting all those who have wronged Sun-woo in one way or another. This drama has done such a great job of painting its characters in detailed shades of grey, enough to make it hard... More »

Drama Recaps
Equator Man: Episode 17
by | May 19, 2012 | 84 Comments
This is one of the greatest episodes of television I’ve ever seen, hands down. Intensity has always been the name of the game in Equator Man, but this was blow-your-mind, commit-this-to-memory, I-want-my-mommy kind of intense. My heart was in my throat by the opening sequence, and it all but jumped out of my chest in... More »

Celebrity News
Lee Jun-hyuk for the Big Issue
by | May 15, 2012 | 52 Comments
Pretty pictures of Lee Jun-hyuk! Doesn’t he look carefree and charming, all roses and smiles, in a marked turnaround from his current drama role where he plays the best friend-turned-enemy in Equator Man. It’s photo shoots like this one—for the new cover of The Big Issue magazine—that make me miss seeing Lee Jun-hyuk acting in... More »

Drama Recaps
Equator Man: Episode 16
by | May 14, 2012 | 78 Comments
Gauntlets are officially thrown as pretenses fade in lieu of direct confrontations, making for a dizzyingly dramatic and intense experience. This episode was like a breath of fresh air for the series, taking us back to our roots with enough suspense to have your hands wringing for the whole hour. Where we go from here... More »

Drama Recaps
Equator Man: Episode 15
by | May 12, 2012 | 102 Comments
Things took a while to really rev up this episode, but boy did they. Sun-woo arrives at the turning point we all hoped he’d come to – will he trust the justice system to avenge his father and himself, or will he take matters into his own hands? This sort of reasoning only seems to... More »