Posts Tagged ‘Ryu Soo-young’

Drama Casting & News
Jung Kyung-ho, Ryu Soo-young, Cha In-pyo for Endless Love
by | March 27, 2014 | 56 Comments
With shooting set to begin next month, we’ve gotten a flurry of confirmations for new SBS weekend drama Endless Love. Jung Kyung-ho (Heartless City) will take on the main lead, and Ryu Soo-young (Two Weeks, Rascal Sons) is being courted to play his brother, a character Yeon Jung-hoon briefly considered but passed on (yes, there’s... More »

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Two Weeks: Episode 16 (Final)
by | September 26, 2013 | 189 Comments
I can’t tell if it it’s felt like two weeks, eight weeks, or eight years that we’ve been waiting for D-Day, but it’s finally here. Now all I need is for the hero to save the day, put all the baddies away, save his daughter, not die (ya hear), oh and get the girl. That’s... More »

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Two Weeks: Episode 15
by | September 25, 2013 | 64 Comments
It’s D-1, and you know what that means: things are going to get worse before they get better. Still, in the scheme of the last two weeks, you could call it a good day for our hero, who finally turns the tables on the baddies by fanning the flames of betrayal. Turns out when you’re... More »

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Two Weeks: Episode 14
by | September 19, 2013 | 95 Comments
We’re at D-minus-3, and it’s time for everyone to put in their last desperate bids for success. Tae-san escapes one trap and sets a few of his own, and with one week left I’m extra-eager to see how those play out, especially since there isn’t much time left for a whole lotta back-and-forthing. This is... More »

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Two Weeks: Episode 13
by | September 18, 2013 | 97 Comments
We’re winding down to D-Day and everyone’s upping their game, drawing connections, and playing some classic cat and mouse. Granted our heroes appear to be the mice in this scenario and I’d never bet against a cat (evil geniuses, all), but for now all mice are still alive and accounted for. That’s kind of a... More »

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Two Weeks: Episode 12
by | September 12, 2013 | 140 Comments
There’s twist upon twist in this episode, and just when we’re starting to rejoice that our hero is getting smarter, the baddies step up their game. I suppose there’s no use in flailing about ineffectually when tension is the name of the game, but aaagh, I can’t help it: What’s it take for a guy... More »

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Two Weeks: Episode 11
by | September 11, 2013 | 103 Comments
Things are starting to look up for our man on the run. Well, as up as they can be when you’re on the run for murder with an assassin on your tail. Tae-san gains a little more faith from the people around him, and even begins to call a few shots instead of always reacting... More »

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Two Weeks: Episode 10
by | September 5, 2013 | 281 Comments
You know, I thought this show just put me on edge when our hero was up a creek without a paddle, but as it turns out, it makes me tense ALL THE TIME. When things are bad, I’m watching through my fingers, and when things are good… well, I’m paranoid enough to watch through my... More »

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Two Weeks: Episode 9
by | September 4, 2013 | 132 Comments
Ahh, more goodness. On the whole, this show knows how to pace itself, dropping Tae-san (and ourselves) into nerve-racking situations that keep our stomachs in knots, then giving just enough of reprieve for us all to catch our breaths. Yes, I’m talking like it’s our joint fugitive endeavor, because I do feel like I’m on... More »

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Two Weeks: Episode 8
by | August 29, 2013 | 165 Comments
Awww yeah. This episode delivers the goods. It’s go go go from from start to finish, and we get satisfying confrontations, dramatic near misses, and every character learns a crucial piece of the puzzle. I’m watching with my heart in my throat and a skip in my step, and I must not be the only... More »

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Two Weeks: Episode 7
by | August 28, 2013 | 130 Comments
The happy flashbacks in this drama, I swear. They break my heart each time, just knowing how horribly things go awry and just how far Tae-san falls on his way to the present. There’s something really satisfying about watching Past Tae-san’s decline as the backdrop against Present Tae-san’s struggle to climb out of the depths... More »