Posts Tagged ‘Wang Ji-hye’

Drama Casting & News
Birth of a Beauty adds Wang Ji-hye, Han Sang-jin
by | October 1, 2014 | 11 Comments
With its leads in place, new SBS weekend drama Birth of a Beauty is starting to line up the rest of its cast, beginning with Wang Ji-hye, who’s making a return to weekends not long after her last drama Hotel King, and Han Sang-jin, who was last in the revenge drama Big Man. I’m pretty... More »

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Highlights and promos from MBC’s Hotel King
by | March 31, 2014 | 69 Comments
Hotel King’s premiere is right around the corner, and here are a bunch of promo shots and a highlight preview for the show, which is basically an extended teaser. I’ve been keeping an eye on this show because I like its cast—and have a particular soft spot for the reunion of Lee Dong-wook and Lee... More »

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Script read and poster shoot for My Girl Hotel King
by | February 24, 2014 | 69 Comments
Well, these photos aren’t much to go on for upcoming weekend drama Hotel King, which has only just had its script reading and has therefore supplied us with no promo shots of Lee Dong-wook and Lee Da-hae in character, cozying up all romantic-like, preferably with lots of skinship and flirting. So we’ll have to make... More »

Drama Casting & News
Hotel King confirms its leads, goes on casting spree
by | February 21, 2014 | 62 Comments
Im Seul-ong, Wang Ji-hye It’s a casting bonanza for Hotel King, which has not only secured Lee Dong-wook and Lee Da-hae as its leads (omg My Girl squee), but a whole bunch more to make up the supporting cast. Let’s start with Im Seul-ong, 2AM idol and budding actor, whose casting makes me aww if... More »

Drama Recaps
Suspicious Housekeeper: Episode 1
by | September 28, 2013 | 156 Comments
Suspicious Housekeeper premiered on SBS earlier this week, and it’s certainly got a little bit of everything—comedy, melodrama, and an interesting mystery revolving the strange housekeeper of the show’s namesake. She always obeys orders, never smiles, and seems to be missing some of the essential components that makes a human a human. Her character alone... More »

Drama Casting & News
Suspicious posters for Suspicious Housekeeper
by | September 14, 2013 | 68 Comments
SBS’s Suspicious Housekeeper has whipped up some nice promo posters for the drama set to premiere in another week, which I’m happy about since drama posters so often underwhelm. Choi Ji-woo plays the housekeeper who begins working with a family after the mother dies and helps heal their emotional wounds, though there’s a little something... More »

Drama Casting & News
Family discord abounds in Choi Ji-woo’s Suspicious Housekeeper
by | September 12, 2013 | 37 Comments
Here we have more stills for Suspicious Housekeeper, the drama adapted from a Japanese series about a mysterious woman who comes to work for a family—composed of a widower and his four children—and helps them heal their various emotional wounds. I’m thinking Mary Poppins with a dash of something a little darker, like Nanny McPhee,... More »

Drama Casting & News
2012 KBS Drama Awards
by | December 31, 2012 | 257 Comments
And closing out the year-end drama awards is KBS, who didn’t stray too far off the beaten path. The big winner tonight was You Who Rolled In Unexpectedly, the big ratings pull for the station this year. Taking home the Daesang was its star, Kim Nam-joo, who continues her reign as queen of the small... More »

Drama Casting & News
Cast assembled for conspiracy drama Father’s War
by | April 14, 2012 | 64 Comments
New-drama alert! SBS is prepping an upcoming Monday-Tuesday series called Father’s War, which has cast Wang Ji-hye in the lead, who’s coming off of the cable drama Bachelor’s Vegetable Store. Is it weird that I’m more excited about the ajusshis, though? The drama has also cast Sohn Hyun-joo, who’s always wonderful in everything (Neighbor Enemies,... More »

Drama Recaps
Bachelor’s Vegetable Store: Series review
by | March 18, 2012 | 79 Comments
Bachelor’s Vegetable Store finished up its twenty-four episode run last week, and served as an exercise in patience with a mixed bag of results. What it could have been was evident from the premise – heartwarming, uplifting, ideally addicting. Instead it seemed to suffer an identity crisis ten chaebols wide, torn between makjang shenanigans and... More »

Drama Casting & News
2011 SBS Drama Awards
by | December 31, 2011 | 142 Comments
And now to conclude the Big 3 Broadcaster awards with SBS, featuring some of the most popular dramas of the year. Tree With Deep Roots was the big winner of the night, winning six trophies in total, including the Daesang for Han Seok-kyu, and the Top Excellence Award for Best Drama. There were no big... More »