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Drama Casting & News
Oh Snap! Lee Bo-young’s dangerous Whisper
by | March 22, 2017 | 41 Comments
It’s only fitting that the posters for SBS’s new legal thriller Whisper would feature a secretive whisper between our leads (literal, but hot!), and the behind-the-scenes stills of the photo shoot add a fun contrast to the moody tone of the posters. The taglines read: “You were my enemy, and my nest, and my only... More »

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Revenge and regret turn former enemies into allies in Whisper
by | March 21, 2017 | 28 Comments
Each new teaser for SBS’s legal revenge thriller Whisper peels back another layer in the relationship between detective Lee Bo-young (God’s Gift–14 Days) and judge Lee Sang-yoon (On the Way to the Airport). They’ll begin as allies and quickly become enemies when he betrays her, but in the latest teaser they’re already hinting at a... More »

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Betrayal, greed, and the pursuit of justice for political melodrama Whisper
by | March 9, 2017 | 48 Comments
The recently released teasers for Whisper had a dark action-thriller vibe, but PD Lee Myung-hoo (You’re All Surrounded, Fashion King) insists that the core of the drama will be the melodrama between Lee Bo-young (God’s Gift—14 Days) and Lee Sang-yoon (On the Way to the Airport). They will play a homicide detective and court judge,... More »

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Lee Bo-young, Lee Sang-yoon lead script read for SBS’s Whisper
by | March 7, 2017 | 54 Comments
I’m looking forward to a few of the spring dramas, but this is the one I’m most excited about. Punch, Empire of Gold, and Chaser writer Park Kyung-soo is reuniting with the PD of Punch for a new series on SBS called Whisper, and the first production stills have been released of the cast and... More »

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News bites: January 28, 2017
by | January 28, 2017 | 22 Comments
Lee Bo-young, Lee Sang-yoon, Kwon Yul, Park Se-young Happy news: The leads and supporting leads for cops-and-lawyers drama Whisper are all confirmed. Lee Bo-young (God’s Gift–14 Days) and Lee Sang-yoon (On the Way to the Airport) are reuniting as leads, with the former playing a scrappy detective and the latter a brilliant judge. Kwon Yul... More »

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Lee Sang-yoon up to reunite with Lee Bo-young in SBS’s Whisper
by | January 19, 2017 | 44 Comments
Ooh, drama reunion! I never saw Lee Bo-young (God’s Gift–14 Days) and Lee Sang-yoon (On the Way to the Airport) together in their hit weekend drama My Daughter Seo-young, but I love each of them separately, and based on the cute couple stills and the ratings (it was a huge hit that reached 47.6%), I... More »

Drama Recaps
Beautiful Mind: Episode 14 (Final)
by | August 5, 2016 | 117 Comments
The journey to today’s finale was a little shorter than expected, and at times bumpy, but filled with lots of tears, laughter, and so much hope for a brighter future. Some threads may not be tied into the neatest of bows, but I think the ending focused on what truly mattered—and even if there were... More »

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Beautiful Mind: Episode 13
by | August 4, 2016 | 113 Comments
Tears help us heal. Once shed, we feel the burden of our grief lifting and the possibility of happiness making itself felt. Our hero has been fascinated by tears for a very long time, but has never experienced the relief they bring. When an agonizing truth from the past is revealed just as he is... More »

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Beautiful Mind: Episode 12
by | July 29, 2016 | 126 Comments
The mysterious man in the wheelchair finally makes his move, and what he reveals pushes a few of our characters to the brink. It’s time for father and son to take center stage, but right when it seems like they are beginning to see eye-to-eye, a dark truth comes to light with some devastating consequences.... More »

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Beautiful Mind: Episode 11
by | July 29, 2016 | 105 Comments
Cuteness abounds in this episode as the murder mystery and conspiracy takes a slight backseat, shifting the focus to Young-oh’s emotional growth and the bonds he creates with the people around him in his own brash, blunt way. It feels like every moment of laughter and sweetness has been well earned for both the audience... More »