Posts Tagged ‘Park Ha-sun’

Drama Casting & News
Production in full swing for Temptation
by | July 7, 2014 | 28 Comments
Time to check in on SBS’s Temptation, which has been busily filming away in preparation for its premiere mid-month. I was actually expecting a bit more buzz from the promo machine given the high-profile reunion of Choi Ji-woo and Kwon Sang-woo, two of the mainstays of Hallyu 1.0, but perhaps there’s still time to build... More »


Drama Casting & News
Choi Ji-woo tests love with Temptation
by | June 26, 2014 | 32 Comments
The first teaser and initial stills are out for SBS’s upcoming melodrama Temptation, which initially seemed like it would center around the married couple where the husband (Kwon Sang-woo) is persuaded to take up the offer of an older rich businesswoman. But with Choi Ji-woo cast as the CEO with an indecent proposal, now it... More »


Drama Casting & News
Park Ha-sun completes Temptation’s love square
by | June 16, 2014 | 31 Comments
Confirmations are in for the main cast of SBS’s upcoming Monday-Tuesday drama Temptation, starring Kwon Sang-woo (Medical Top Team) as a man caught between his wife and a chaebol heiress who makes him an offer he can’t refuse. Choi Ji-woo (Suspicious Housekeeper) is playing the heiress, and Lee Jung-jin (Hundred Year Inheritance) has signed on... More »


Drama Recaps
Three Days: Episode 16 (Final)
by | May 4, 2014 | 40 Comments
This series has been a roller coaster ride in terms of both its plot and its quality. When Three Days was good, it was very good and when it was bad… well, let’s try to focus on the good times, shall we? A drama can often be forgiven for some bumps along the way as... More »


Drama Recaps
Three Days: Episode 15
by | April 30, 2014 | 42 Comments
At least we know that with a show like Three Days, the final showdown’s the basket where they’ve put all the eggs. I’d argue that they did it at the expense of a more evenly paced drama, but at least I know they’re going to put some muscle (and money) behind an action-packed final week.... More »


Drama Recaps
Three Days: Episode 14
by | April 27, 2014 | 30 Comments
The race is on to identify a Jaesin mole working inside the Blue House. But in this mystery-heavy episode, the biggest question on my mind is how many times can you attempt to assassinate a president in the course of nine days? We won’t know for sure until next week’s finale, but this episode adds... More »


Drama Recaps
Three Days: Episode 13
by | April 23, 2014 | 61 Comments
I was expecting the two-week break between episodes to make my memory hazy on the details of this show, but as it turns out, when your plot is this simple there’s no misremembering things. Some people want the president dead, and other people want to protect him. Clear enough, but what do you do when... More »


Drama Recaps
Three Days: Episode 12
by | April 13, 2014 | 55 Comments
The drama gods must have been smiling on me this week. How else can you explain two dynamite episodes of Three Days back-to-back? With a little less mystery and lot more focus on character, Thursday’s episode seems to have gotten us a bit closer to the recipe for a perfect Three Days.   EPISODE 12... More »


Drama Recaps
Three Days: Episode 11
by | April 9, 2014 | 47 Comments
Augh, guys, this show is finally good. Or good again? I’m sure there’s actually a mathematical pattern to which episodes of this series are a cut above the rest, but that would require me to do math. Three Days is a drama written with such a focus on the mini-arcs that it has an interesting... More »


Drama Recaps
Three Days: Episode 10
by | April 6, 2014 | 26 Comments
Three Days’ non-linear storytelling was once again stretched to its limits in this installment. With so many jumps through time backwards, forwards, and sideways, you almost feel like you need some kind of four-dimensional map to see how it’s put together. And yet somehow, it all actually works. And I kind of can’t imagine a... More »


Drama Recaps
Three Days: Episode 9
by | April 2, 2014 | 36 Comments
We’re in the second three-day chunk of Three Days, which escalates the story—and the stakes—nicely, adding a twist and heightening conflict. Despite the dumbness of naming a drama Three Days and then exceeding three days in your timeline, I do think this escalation is working for the story; the initial premise of the first three-day... More »