Posts Tagged ‘Man of Honor’

Drama Reactions & Reviews
Santa Strikes Back! [Year In Review, Part 6]
by | December 25, 2011 | 101 Comments
What the ever-lovin’ reindeer feculence? I get home from my overnight trans-earthian sleigh odyssey, settle back with my hard-earned fifths of whiskey to read up on what I’ve missed in dramaland, and find that they’ve finished the year-end reviews without me? This is an outrage! I know who’s getting their presents revoked this year! Goddamn... More »


Drama Reactions & Reviews
The DramaMeter: highly scientific and foolproof [Year in Review, Part 4]
by | December 21, 2011 | 181 Comments
  Wow, another year of dramas, come and gone. Where does the sanity go? I decided that for this year’s review, I would learn to be impartial and precise, and give systematic mathematical ratings for every show. Because numbers are fun. But then, I found that trying to rate a year’s worth of dramas was... More »


Drama Casting & News
Tree wallops Man in the ratings game
by | October 13, 2011 | 73 Comments
…or maybe it’s the deep roots that outwitted honor. KBS’s baseball-melodrama series Man of Honor had a disappointing premiere week with a single-digit ratings debut, while last week’s new drama Tree With Deep Roots shot up by almost 10% this week on SBS, and seems like a sure bet to reign in this Wednesday-Thursday timeslot... More »


Drama Casting & News
Man of Honor releases poster, more stills
by | October 8, 2011 | 33 Comments
I’d known Man of Honor was about baseball, and that it was from the Baker King producers, but it wasn’t till I took a good look at these latest stills that the story and conflict really sunk in. And now that it has: Aw, man — it’s a sports drama and a total underdog success... More »


Drama Casting & News
Man of Honor’s production press conference
by | October 5, 2011 | 70 Comments
A week from its premiere, KBS’s new Wednesday-Thursday drama Man of Honor held its production press conference, with its main cast in attendance: Chun Jung-myung, Park Min-young, and Lee Jang-woo take the main three roles. Already I can see the Baker King-esque dynamic in the stills; nothing like a rich-boy-poor-boy rivalry in childhood to up... More »


Drama Casting & News
The boys slug it out in Man of Honor
by | September 27, 2011 | 55 Comments
Aw. I’ll admit I haven’t been in love with any of Chun Jung-myung‘s roles of late (The Duo, Cinderella’s Sister), but could he look any cuter in his baseball uniform? Here’s a first look at Chun and co-star Lee Jang-woo for their new drama Man of Honor, where they play rival sluggers on a pro... More »


Drama Casting & News
Man of Honor begins shooting with Park Min-young
by | September 24, 2011 | 39 Comments
First shoots commenced with this scene of KBS melo-sports-romance drama Man of Honor, which stars Chun Jung-myung and Park Min-young. Funny how the “man” part of the title refers to heroine’s character rather than the hero; the Korean words used in the title happen to be a puntastic take on the leads’ names, Young-kwang (Honor,... More »


Drama Casting & News
Man of Honor holds script rehearsal
by | September 22, 2011 | 30 Comments
Three weeks to go until the Baker King Kim Tak-gu team’s follow-up drama, Man of Honor, premieres on KBS. The sizable cast convened on the 10th for a table read, and while the three main leads are Chun Jung-myung (The Duo), Park Min-young (City Hunter), and Lee Jang-woo (Smile, Dong-hae), there are a ton of... More »


Drama Casting & News
Chun Jung-myung confirmed for Man of Honor
by | July 31, 2011 | 68 Comments
First it was a rumor, and now it’s confirmed: Chun Jung-myung (The Duo, Cinderella’s Sister) has indeed been cast alongside Park Min-young (City Hunter, Sungkyunkwan Scandal) in the upcoming KBS drama Man of Honor, aka Round 2 for the PD and writer behind last year’s ratings titan Baker King Kim Tak-gu. Also, it turns out... More »


Drama Casting & News
Park Min-young cast in drama, Chun Jung-myung to join her?
by | July 27, 2011 | 100 Comments
Actress Park Min-young is still on the set of her current drama City Hunter, but she’s already been cast in her next project. (By the by, doesn’t Park Min-young always star in the crack drama of the year, two years running? That’s some thunder. Perhaps she’ll be three for three before the year is even... More »