Posts Tagged ‘Lee Soo-hyuk’

Celebrity News
Sung Joon takes a bubble bath
by | May 30, 2013 | 61 Comments
girlfriday: …and we all have a better day. javabeans: I mean, as far as news goes it’s not exactly doing much. Yet it’s doing a lot to make me happy, so who’s to argue against it? girlfriday: Though Bazaar didn’t have to be so stingy with the teeny tiny photos of bath time. I mean,... More »

Chungmuro/Film News
Teaser and stills for Scary Story 2
by | April 28, 2013 | 26 Comments
Here’s a peek at the summer horror flick Scary Story 2, or what I like to call Shut Up And Kick the Flower Boy Next Door at Christmas. It’s a six-way dramaland reunionpalooza for White Christmas boys Sung Joon and Lee Soo-hyuk, Flower Boy Next Door’s adorable webtoon artist/editor couple Go Kyung-pyo and Kim Seul-gi,... More »

Drama Casting & News
News bites: April 17, 2013
by | April 17, 2013 | 94 Comments
Casting news galore! And do I mean galore: Lee Soo-hyuk (Vampire Idol, Tree With Deep Roots) joins the cast of KBS’s revenge melodrama Shark. It’s the show that stars Kim Nam-gil as a man on a revenge mission against the family that destroyed his own. Again, I mean, since we’ve already seen Bad Guy. Lee... More »

Chungmuro/Film News
Up-and-comers in Scary Story 2
by | March 8, 2013 | 51 Comments
All right, there’s a new horror flick out there called Scary Story 2, and for any other reason it would sound forgettable and bland… except for its cast, which is chock-full of promising up-and-comers. First off we have Sung Joon (Can We Get Married, Shut Up: Flower Boy Band, White Christmas), whom I’d wager on... More »

Drama Recaps
White Christmas: Episode 8 (Final)
by | August 25, 2012 | 158 Comments
The end has finally come, and what an end it is. The question this series has been toying with all along – are monsters born or made – does finally get an answer, though you might not like the result. It depends on how you like your heroes, and if you don’t like them with... More »

Drama Recaps
White Christmas: Episode 7
by | August 18, 2012 | 63 Comments
It just gets better and better. Lines are drawn and everyone crosses them, culminating in one of the most emotionally satisfying episodes in the series. Moo-yul finds himself the master of his own fate and goes with his heroic gut, which we wouldn’t have any other way. In retrospect, I only see one negative in... More »

Drama Recaps
White Christmas: Episode 6
by | August 11, 2012 | 73 Comments
This episode is the stuff legends are made of. It’s got it all – meaningful character growth, startling revelations, possible death by therapy, and enough twists and turns to last an entire series. Mad Mi-reu makes his grand return and helps to tip the scales back to the side of good, even though the lines... More »

Drama Recaps
White Christmas: Episode 5
by | August 4, 2012 | 64 Comments
Are monsters born or made? Our boys (and okay, one girl) come face to face with a bonafide monster who loves guns, threats, and mind games. If group counseling were a blood sport, it’d probably look a lot like this drama, which takes a crack at normal therapy by amping it up a couple notches.... More »

Drama Recaps
White Christmas: Episode 4
by | July 28, 2012 | 41 Comments
The boys go on a witch-hunt to find their murder suspect, resulting in a game of cat and mouse that just so happens to take place in a creepily large, snow-covered glass prison. I’ve said this before, and I’ll say it again: I LOVE THIS SHOW. Love everything about it. Love it from the top... More »

Drama Recaps
White Christmas: Episode 3
by | July 21, 2012 | 55 Comments
We’ve got the unlikeliest personalities working together to solve the same mystery that keeps compounding onto itself, revealing more and more unwanted secrets the closer our boys get. Everyone knows what they’ve done but not how to fix it, and this episode forces them to come face to face with their darker selves and, to... More »

Drama Recaps
White Christmas: Episode 2
by | July 14, 2012 | 57 Comments
There’s just something about this drama that manages to hit all the right notes, since there’s nothing quite like watching puzzle pieces find their rightful places. Set all that inherently-nerdy satisfaction amidst haunting, atmospheric visuals and a tone that manages to be both creepy AND introspective, and you’ve got episode two of White Christmas, entitled... More »