‘Lee Soo-kyung’

Drama Casting & News
Oh Ji-ho gets saddled with My Little Baby
by | February 22, 2016 | 27 Comments
Cute. The premise of My Little Baby is pretty familiar — infant drops into a grown man’s lap, chaos and hilarity ensue — but there’s just something endearing about watching a tough guy flailing at the hands of a tiny baby. Oh Ji-ho (Ghost-Seeing Detective Cheo-yong) plays the lead, and in these teaser posters, he’s... More »

Drama Casting & News
News bites: February 20, 2016
by | February 20, 2016 | 22 Comments
Ahn Gil-kang, Kim Ga-eun, Yoon Ji-hye Jackpot, the Joseon-era gambling drama starring Jang Geun-seok, has added a few new cast members ahead of its premiere next month. Ahn Gil-kang (Cheese in the Trap) will play the son of a military legend. He’ll teach Jang’s character martial arts and act as his right-hand man, and eventually... More »

Drama Casting & News
Lee Soo-kyung signs on for My Little Baby opposite Oh Ji-ho
by | February 2, 2016 | 36 Comments
It’s taken a few rounds of casting announcements to get leads secured for MBC’s new drama My Little Baby, with potential leading man Kang Ji-hwan doing Monster instead and Park Ha-sun turning down the project in the end. Oh Ji-ho (Ghost-Seeing Detective Cheo-yong) has signed on to headline as the cop who suddenly has to... More »

Drama Reactions & Reviews
Let’s Eat: Series review
by | March 17, 2014 | 190 Comments
Cable network tvN’s fluffy foodie rom-com Let’s Eat* just wrapped this past week, so it seemed like a good time to weigh in on the series as a whole and hear everyone’s thoughts on the show. The 16-episode Thursday drama was one of the network’s recent experiments with one-episode-a-week scheduling, which did make it easy... More »

Drama Casting & News
New tvN rom-com Let’s Eat brings lonely hearts together
by | November 25, 2013 | 46 Comments
This drama looks pretty adorable. Let’s Eat is the new romantic comedy getting ready to premiere on tvN, about a cast of singletons living in one apartment complex brought together by their love of food. It sounds a lot like Flower Boy Next Door actually, with the bizarre neighbor hijinks forcing people together when they’d... More »

Drama Casting & News
Single folks find love (and dining partners) in tvN rom-com Let’s Eat
by | November 11, 2013 | 46 Comments
What a cute teaser concept for Let’s Eat, the cutely named tvN romantic comedy series starring Lee Soo-kyung (I Summon You Gold) and Yoon Doo-joon (IRIS 2). (In Korean, the title is purposely misspelled to be slangy.) The show looks cute and bright, based on the previews, intermingling love and food with a nice dash... More »

Drama Casting & News
Lee Soo-kyung returns to cable with new drama
by | October 4, 2013 | 28 Comments
Whenever I hear Lee Soo-kyung’s name, I want to shout at her, Pick better dramas! So hopefully this next project will do the trick (she’s so much better than so many of her projects, like I Summon You Gold, Color of Woman, You’re Here You’re Here You’re Really Here, My Country Calls, and sadly more)—it’s... More »

Celebrity News
Lee Soo-kyung’s new image and magazine spread
by | April 24, 2013 | 30 Comments
Lee Soo-kyung has a new drama and a new image to go with it; she goes bold and fierce for this InStyle magazine shoot, which plays off her image as a villainess character in her current drama, I Summon You Gold. It’s not a look I would have chosen for her, but she pulls it... More »

Drama Casting & News
Leads and rivals added to I Summon You, Gold
by | March 19, 2013 | 27 Comments
After some early struggles, MBC’s I Summon You, Gold is taking shape as it assembles its main cast in preparation for its premiere next month. The two latest additions (who are in the final stages of contract talks) are Lee Tae-sung (Rooftop Prince) and Lee Soo-kyung (Color of Woman), who join heroine Han Ji-hye. The... More »

Drama Reactions & Reviews
You’re Here, You’re Here, You’re Really Here: An introduction
by | January 10, 2012 | 32 Comments
You’re Here, You’re Here, You’re Really Here is the MBN sitcom that premiered at the start of December, which touted itself as a new style of sitcom modeled after the American sitcom format, with a Friends-like vibe. Supposedly. At 120 episodes and on a daily airing schedule, it’s not a show I’d normally want to... More »

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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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