‘Wild Romance’

Drama Reactions & Reviews
Life Lessons from a Mixed Bag of Dramas [Year in Review, Part 2]
by | December 11, 2012 | 148 Comments
2012 was certainly a mixed bag: I saw plenty of action dramas and then I saw fluffy dramas that made no sense. There were dramas I loved, dramas that I liked enough, and then dramas that I hated. It was a tough year for me, and I felt I had bad luck in choosing which... More »

Drama Recaps
Wild Romance: Episode 1
by | January 9, 2012 | 132 Comments
Wild Romance faced some stiff competition during its premiere on KBS this past week, bringing up the rear as far as ratings were concerned. What it has going in its favor is a small and intimate world, funny characters, and a light storyline (like if zero-calorie-cola were a drama and not sadness in a can).... More »

Drama Casting & News
Lee Shi-young goes to bat for Wild Romance
by | January 1, 2012 | 24 Comments
Lee Dong-wook is the baseball player in Wild Romance, but that doesn’t mean Lee Shi-young doesn’t get her chance to bat. The latest photos released by the soon-to-premiere drama feature heroine Eun-jae (Lee Shi-young) in batter mode, ready to take on the opening pitch of a game. Eun-jae will eventually have to take up bodyguard... More »

Drama Casting & News
Im Joo-eun’s stills for Wild Romance
by | December 28, 2011 | 29 Comments
Now that we’ve seen the leads of Wild Romance bickering and at each other’s throats, time to turn to supporting actor Im Joo-eun, currently appearing in MBN’s What’s Up. Previously, Im was a plucky teenager in Hon (you know, until the devil possession came into play), then took a tougher tomboyish look for What’s Up,... More »

Drama Casting & News
Wild Romance releases posters
by | December 27, 2011 | 54 Comments
So these are cute: Wild Romance has released its first posters featuring its two leads, Lee Dong-wook and Lee Shi-young. He’s a dumb jock baseball player, she’s the even dumber bodyguard assigned to protect him… from a rabid anti-fan. Hee. A few more details: He’s the cocky problem child of his pro baseball team, despite... More »

Drama Casting & News
Teaser and stills from KBS’s Wild Romance
by | December 22, 2011 | 94 Comments
Time for a closer look at upcoming KBS rom-com series Wild Romance, whose production has been leaking stills in a steady trickle over the past couple of weeks. The teaser’s out (watch below), as well as more information about the plot and the supporting cast, so here we go: Lee Shi-young takes the lead role... More »

Drama Casting & News
Im Joo-eun follows What’s Up with Wild Romance
by | December 20, 2011 | 42 Comments
Wild Romance is collecting a nice group of actors, and now Im Joo-eun joins the crew, which already includes Lee Dong-wook (Scent of a Woman) and Lee Shi-young (Poseidon) as the leads. Oh Man-seok (Everybody Cha Cha Cha) and Hwang Sun-hee (City Hunter) are two others, playing a married couple: Oh is the uptight baseball... More »

Drama Casting & News
Wild Romance adds Hwang Sun-hee
by | November 24, 2011 | 23 Comments
She’s played a baddie (Sign) and a sympathetic vet (City Hunter), and now Hwang Sun-hee joins Lee Dong-wook and Lee Shi-young in the romantic comedy minseries Wild Romance. Given that this project rates high on my anticipation meter (writer Park Yeon-seon has the thoughtful Alone In Love and smart, sharp Mixed-up Investigative Agency to her... More »

Drama Casting & News
Lee Dong-wook added to Wild Romance
by | November 17, 2011 | 125 Comments
So the rumors were half-true: Yoon Eun-hye isn’t taking on romantic comedy series Wild Romance, but Lee Dong-wook is. He’ll be joining Lee Shi-young, who was recently cast as the female lead, a judo athlete turned bodyguard. He plays a baseball player, and their relationship gets off to an inauspicious start with some “unpredictable bad... More »

Drama Casting & News
Lee Shi-young cast as lead in Wild Romance
by | November 11, 2011 | 75 Comments
Actress Lee Shi-young, who’s just come off of action series Poseidon, has been cast as the lead in upcoming romantic comedy drama Wild Romance, set to begin production early next week. She’ll be going straight from playing a marine cop to a judo-athlete-turned-bodyguard, because apparently, everyone likes watching Lee Shi-young kick ass. No complaints here.... More »