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Drama Casting & News
Kim So-hyun to romance Yoo Seung-ho in MBC’s Ruler–Master of the Mask
by | November 10, 2016 | 203 Comments
Now, this is a lineup I can get excited about: Kim So-hyun (Bring It On, Ghost) has confirmed taking the lead role opposite Yoo Seung-ho (Remember—Son’s War) in Ruler–Master of the Mask, an MBC historical drama set to air next year.   Ruler—Master of the Mask is described as a fresh, youthful melodrama-romance, which is... More »


Drama Casting & News
News bites: October 15, 2016
by | October 15, 2016 | 53 Comments
Yoo Seung-ho, Taecyeon Hooray that he’ll be back to sportin’ a sageuk mane of glory: Yoo Seung-ho (Remember–Son’s War) is confirmed for Ruler–Master of the Mask, in which he’ll play an 18th-century crown prince of Joseon fighting off a faction that’s out to obtain control of the water supply. The sageuk melodrama will run for... More »


Drama Casting & News
Yoo Seung-ho’s Ruler–Master of the Mask in talks to air on MBC in spring
by | October 10, 2016 | 30 Comments
I think this drama is still a ways off from finalizing its air date, but there’s a new update on the upcoming sageuk Ruler–Master of the Mask, the drama courting Yoo Seung-ho (Remember–Son’s War) to headline. It’s being considered for a Wednesday-Thursday slot in March on MBC, and though the official stance is that nothing’s... More »


Drama Casting & News
Yoo Seung-ho courted to become fantasy sageuk prince
by | August 16, 2016 | 55 Comments
Woohoo, now I don’t have to be sad anymore that Yoo Seung-ho (Remember–Son’s War) turned down the drama adaptation of The Man Living in Our House, because this is much, MUCH better: He’s currently considering an offer to headline a new fantasy sageuk called Ruler–Master of the Mask as a prince who battles injustice. Oh... More »


Drama Casting & News
Yoo Seung-ho out, Su Ae in for KBS’s The Man Living in Our House
by | July 29, 2016 | 38 Comments
Weird family dynamics are expected for upcoming rom-com drama The Man Living in Our House. It’s based on a webtoon by the artist Yoo Hyun-sook, who created the source material for both Ho-gu’s Love and Flower Boy Next Door. Currently, talented actress Su Ae (Mask) is considering the role of the main heroine, a career-driven... More »


Celebrity News
Yoo Seung-ho and his image ruination for Kim Seon-dal
by | June 28, 2016 | 31 Comments
His latest role, a brash swindler in historical film Kim Seon-dal, marks a departure for Yoo Seung-ho (22) from his usual melodramatic projects, and his playful, puppy-like side came out during the round interviews held last week to promote the movie. Yoo debuted in 2002 at eight years old... More »


Drama Casting & News
Yoo Seung-ho offered webtoon adaptation The Man Living in Our House
by | June 8, 2016 | 71 Comments
It’s double the good news: Yoo Seung-ho (Remember—Son’s War) is considering a new drama, and it’s a comedy! Not that I don’t appreciate Yoo Seung-ho’s tears — I just think he had enough sadness for two lifetimes in his last drama, and could use a sunny, comical character this time around. He’s considering an offer... More »


Chungmuro/Film News
Yoo Seung-ho swindles his way through caper film Kim Seon-dal
by | May 21, 2016 | 27 Comments
The new Joseon-era caper comedy starring Yoo Seung-ho (Remember—Son’s War), Kim Seon-dal, is coming out this July. The teaser has just been released, and it’s hilarious. First, we’re introduced to the titular hero who is bold, brash, and daring with a healthy dose of remarkable charm. Then we have Bo-won, played by Go Chang-seok (Kill... More »


Drama Recaps
Remember—Son’s War: Episode 20 (Final)
by | February 23, 2016 | 90 Comments
Grab those hankies, because we’ve reached the finale and you’ll need something to wipe away those tears as we say “good-bye” to Jin-woo, In-ha, Dong-ho and the rest of the gang. Remember’s final episode pulled in the show’s highest viewer rating of 20.3%, and for good reason: it’s about time we saw what happens when... More »


Drama Recaps
Remember—Son’s War: Episode 19
by | February 21, 2016 | 39 Comments
It’s the beginning of the end for our baddies, and I am PUMPED. Jin-woo gets another chance at defending his father, which means we all get one more round of tears before the hysterical laughter that will accompany Gyu-man’s downfall. The episode’s full of my favorite moments from this show because it’s overflowing with what... More »