‘Park Bo-young’


Drama Casting & News
Backhugs and schoolgirl crushes on Strong Woman Do Bong-soon
by | February 16, 2017 | 71 Comments
Someone’s getting handsy. I didn’t think Park Hyung-shik (Hwarang) would be training tiny Hulk Park Bo-young (Oh My Ghostess) when she’s the one hired to be his muscle, but apparently he’ll be teaching her to control her massive strength and harness it into self-defense moves (better to protect him with, I’m sure). Though judging from... More »


Drama Casting & News
Strong Woman Do Bong-soon’s unexpected loveline
by | February 9, 2017 | 121 Comments
The more character info that gets released about this show, the funnier it gets. It looks like the love triangle in JTBC’s upcoming rom-com Strong Woman Do Bong-soon will go three ways, and not two: Park Bo-young (Oh My Ghostess) will have a crush on Ji-soo (Fantastic) and a loveline with Park Hyung-shik (Hwarang)—this much,... More »


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Park Hyung-shik arm-wrestles Strong Woman Do Bong-soon in new teaser
by | February 6, 2017 | 72 Comments
It’s like they’re trying to raise my expectations so high that I’ll have no choice but to love the drama. Strong Woman Do Bong-soon has just released its latest promo teaser and a few more still cuts. The adorkable-looking rom-com drama is about the love triangle between the title character who is a petite lady... More »


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Gender roles get swapped around in Strong Woman Do Bong-soon
by | February 2, 2017 | 90 Comments
The promo for this show is so cute that I’m going to be SO disappointed if the show isn’t as advertised. But with Park Bo-young (Oh My Ghostess) as a small but mighty woman in charge and Park Hyung-shik (Hwarang) and Ji-soo (Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo) on either side of her, it would just... More »


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Strong Woman Do Bong-soon protects her man in new posters
by | January 26, 2017 | 59 Comments
A couple new posters have been released for upcoming JTBC drama Strong Woman Do Bong-soon, and they’re adorably hilarious. Park Bo-young, who stars in the titular role, shocks her two potential love interests, played by Park Hyung-shik (Hwarang) and Ji-soo (Fantastic), with her immense strength. In the first poster, the two grown men stare disbelievingly... More »


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Strong Woman Do Bong-soon becomes our very own neighborhood superhero
by | January 20, 2017 | 57 Comments
Already I have a good feeling about the upcoming JTBC rom-com Strong Woman Do Bong-soon — hopefully, it’ll satisfy my sweet tooth cravings! The latest teasers show off Do Bong-soon’s incredibly awesome strength, as she uses her powers for good. I can’t wait to see Park Hyung-shik (Hwarang) and Park Bo-young (Oh My Ghostess) fall... More »


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Strong Woman Do Bong-soon is a tiny hulk in first teaser
by | January 13, 2017 | 42 Comments
If you like the current state of your fingers, do not mess with Do Bong-soon because as the very first teaser of JTBC’s upcoming romantic comedy Strong Woman Do Bong-soon indicates, she can break bones like they’re twigs, and no one would even suspect her because, I mean, look at her! Park Bo-young (Oh My... More »


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Sweet and lovable Strong Woman Do Bong-soon is on her way
by | January 12, 2017 | 83 Comments
Ah finally, some more updates on Strong Woman Do Bong-soon. I’ve been eagerly anticipating Park Bo-young’s new drama, because it already feels like ages ago when she was cracking us up as a ghost-possessed girl in Oh My Ghostess. This time, she’s in a new rom-com where she plays a woman with superhuman strength, who... More »


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Merry Christmas from Strong Woman Do Bong-soon to you
by | December 21, 2016 | 66 Comments
Details and promos for JTBC’s upcoming drama Strong Woman Do Bong-soon have been rather scarce, but a short and sweet promo has been released just in time for the holidays featuring the main couple: Park Bo-young (Oh My Ghostess) and Park Hyung-shik (Hwarang). Strong Woman Do Bong-soon is a fully pre-produced drama written by Baek... More »


Chungmuro/Film News
2016 Blue Dragon Awards
by | November 25, 2016 | 75 Comments
The 37th Blue Dragon Awards opened with a star-studded red carpet and awarded the biggest films of the past year, which included The Wailing, The Handmaiden, Dongju: The Portrait of Poet, and Train to Busan. The big winner among them was Inside Men, the timely political thriller about uncovering the shady relationship between a chaebol... More »