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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 | 27 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 | 54 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 | 30 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 | 70 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 | 91 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 »

Drama Recaps
Remember—Son’s War: Episode 18
by | February 16, 2016 | 35 Comments
What is this strange and unusual sensation? Is it the feeling of success? Of intricate plans working out as anticipated? Of the good guys finally starting to win? Of people admitting the truth and confessing their feelings? Yes, yes, and more yes! It’s about time Jin-woo and his team finally see the fruits of their... More »