‘Oh Yeon-seo’

Chungmuro/Film News
Oh Yeon-seo to be the new Seol for Cheese in the Trap movie
by | August 29, 2016 | 126 Comments
Is Oh Yeon-seo going to be our new remake queen? Because shortly after being cast to play the new sassy girl in the drama remake of the Hallyu classic My Sassy Girl, she’s also been selected to headline the movie remake of Cheese in the Trap. It’s been confirmed that she will play the character... More »

Drama Casting & News
My Sassy Girl’s original leading actress rumored to quit, role still not cast
by | August 22, 2016 | 109 Comments
Wow, this show is a mess behind the scenes. At this point I’m just rubbernecking, but sometimes you can’t look away when there’s a five-car pileup happening right in front of you, you know? The upcoming SBS youth sageuk adaptation of My Sassy Girl is STILL without a titular sassy girl… even though there’s going... More »

Chungmuro/Film News
Su Ae leads her team of misfits on the ice in Take Off 2
by | August 7, 2016 | 22 Comments
Just in time for the 2016 Rio Olympics, a film about South Korea’s first national women’s hockey team will be released on August 10.¬†Featuring actresses Su Ae (Mask) and Oh Yeon-seo (Come Back, Ajusshi), Take Off 2 (or National Athlete 2) is about an eclectic group of women who band together and bond through their... More »

Drama Casting & News
My Sassy Girl swaps out lead actress, courts Oh Yeon-seo to star
by | August 4, 2016 | 95 Comments
Wait, they’re changing My Sassy Girl’s sassy girl? Then what the heck was the point of that massive open audition with 1,800 hopefuls, plus reality survival show with top ten finalists, all in an effort to pick a fresh face? Well I guess it all seems moot now, because the finalist who was cast in... More »

Drama Casting & News
News bites: July 16, 2016
by | July 16, 2016 | 24 Comments
Jo Jin-woong, Ma Dong-seok Yes, please yes! Ma Dong-seok (Police Unit 38) is leaning towards choosing Admiral Kim Chang-soo as his next project, which would mean he might be working with another favorite, Jo Jin-woong (Signal), in a film about the political activist also known as Kim Koo. Jo’s being courted to play the titular... More »

Drama Recaps
Come Back, Ajusshi: Episode 16 (Final)
by | April 20, 2016 | 73 Comments
It’s time to say goodbye to the show and our favorite characters, even as they say goodbye to each other. We all knew it was coming, yet somehow I still wish there was a way for Maya to stop time and just let everyone stay happy for a little longer. At least this time there... More »

Drama Recaps
Come Back, Ajusshi: Episode 15
by | April 18, 2016 | 12 Comments
With time running out quicker than ever, our ajusshis make some bold sacrifices and amends for the sake of the living. They face the ultimate challenge of time management to ensure that their every second is put to good use — especially given the unredeemable quality of time. Whether it’s a fierce loyalty to love,... More »

Drama Recaps
Come Back, Ajusshi: Episode 14
by | April 13, 2016 | 23 Comments
The clock is running out for Gi-tak and Young-soo, and even though it feels like we’ve finally reached a place where maybe everyone can live happily ever after (or almost everyone, since, y’know, our two ajusshis have already died), there’s still a bit that stands in their way of successfully completing their respective missions. By... More »

Drama Recaps
Come Back, Ajusshi: Episode 13
by | April 11, 2016 | 25 Comments
It’s a heartbreaking episode, but it’s the kind of heartbreak that awakens the soul(s). The transitory nature of our ajusshis’ re-existence hits home, and that further drives them to search for the essence of their return. As we learn more backstory, I found the title of the show resonating deeper, with the strong yearning for... More »

Drama Recaps
Come Back, Ajusshi: Episode 12
by | April 6, 2016 | 28 Comments
Ah, birth secrets. The perfect excuse to shake things up in the middle of a drama and rearrange dynamics between characters. As Gi-tak tries to reconnect with his sister (without letting her know who he really is, of course), Young-soo finally discovers that he really didn’t know much about his wife, especially not when he... More »