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Park Min-young to play Kim Myung-min’s leading lady

After turning down a number of recent projects, Park Min-young has finally chosen her first drama in two years since Dr. Jin. She’ll be joining Kim Myung-min (King of Dramas) in his new MBC law drama A New Leaf as his leading lady. I like Park Min-young in most projects, but Kim Myung-min is totally going to act circles around her, isn’t he?

The new Wednesday-Thursday drama comes from the writer of medical drama Golden Time and the PD of Scandal and I Miss You. Kim Myung-min stars as a hotshot corporate lawyer who ends up with amnesia after an accident. The memory loss motivates him to turn over a new leaf; or perhaps it’s more accurate to say that he gets a personality transplant by virtue of the fact that he can’t remember the heartless shark he used to be.

Kim Sang-joong (Gold Rainbow) has been cast as the head of the law firm who shaped the hero into the perfect protégé, and later becomes an adversary when he undergoes such a drastic personality change. Park Min-young will play an intern at the law firm who works directly under Kim Myung-min.

She comes from a poor background and worked hard to put herself through a third-rate law school, but managed to score this internship after graduating. Her relationship with the hero is contentious at the start, but after his accident they end up getting along really well and working together as a team. She’s described as tactless and honest to a fault, and idealistic and unwavering when it comes to her belief in justice and the law. She knows it doesn’t make her the best candidate to be a star lawyer, but she remains upbeat and firm in her beliefs. It’s not the most original set of characters, but I rather like the amnesia angle when it’s about rediscovering yourself, and not about birth secrets and the like.

A New Leaf follows Sly and Single Again in April.

Via Osen, DongA

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For a moment I thought that was Soo Ae

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She looks very different to me.

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Park Min Young huh....hmmm.

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Why do I wish KMM would have a drama without a leading lady?

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Maybe because you know he could carry the drama by himself? (as the main lead, that is).

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And no, I was not being facetious when I said that, or sarcastic. We do know that KMM can carry a drama by himself (without a leading lady, I mean).

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Clap, Clap, Clap to kypytko's comment.

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Park Min Young and Kim Sang Joong together on screen again?
Sounds like someone didn't get enough abuse from Evil Daddy in City Hunter. :D

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I'd like to consider him an anti-hero in City Hunter. We need more of those in dramaland.

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Yes! I love anti-heroes when they are the main leads and you're just incredibly confused as to who they really are... But Kim sang joon was so complex in that drama I can't even imagine how different that drama would've been with a lesser kinda-evil-vengeance-fueled-adoptive-father

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OMG I was thinking the same thing, there nothing about this girl no matter what the drama she plays that can make me watch any more of her bad interactions....

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Sorry, but NOOOOOOO! I was so happy-faced about KMM and KSJ being cast in this, but now my smile has turned upside-down. :(

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Me too.

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I love PMY, it's about time ..

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Io know right in tired of watching reruns of I am Sam and unstoppable highkick lol the meta in unstoppable highkicks slays me tho ?

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Me either. I love her acting. She is really impressive

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I love Park Min-young, my word that girl is pretty. Kim Myung-min is a great actor who can do both emotional and comedy acting so well (He was hilarious in Bad Family). Seems like a mismatched pair, but I'm actually looking forward to this show.

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pretty, but plastic. you should see her before/after pictures. really liked kim myung-min in king of dramas, and kim sang-joong in city hunter, but i'm iffy about the amnesia trope and the leading lady's very typical character of being pure and honest and all that.

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Is it that important if she can act correctly?!

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It's a really odd fetish. When I don't like an actress, I start by saying, "I don't like her" or "She's a bad actress" if that's a fair criticism. Other people start by saying "She's too plastic." Even though even a foreigner like me can pick out Park Min Young's blinding smile and distinctive dimples from a mile away, and they're the same as I've seen in everything she's ever been in.

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She looks the same because she did it before she became an actress. I think its working well for her and she looks beautiful. I don't find her expressions un-natural or distracting at all.

I'm not a fan of her acting but she has potentials. I hope this will be a good project for her where she gets to do more than just getting the job done. Showmethemoneygirl :).

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as kiara said, it's because she did it before she became an actress. of course, acting skills are important too, but i find it more than slightly disconcerting to think about how a face can be wholly unrecognizable from before, how it's like a mask, how so many people nowadays are striving to reach an ideal of beauty that is almost uniform. this is of course not limited to koreans, or female actresses, seeing as japan, china, america, and many other countries have highly skillful plastic surgeons and male actors also undergo surgery nowadays. i realize that it can be necessary in some extreme cases like after accidents and that it can make some people's lives better, but on the whole, i think the negatives outweigh the positives.

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Oh God..what is wrong with these people??every time Min young get casted in a new drama or being praised for her good acting,haters always brought up about her ps!
I just don't get it!!!
Don't you haters have anything else to talk about??
Park min young is adoreable and she has a great personality :-).we LOVE Min young for who she is <3 <3 <3

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Personally, I agree with both ends of the spectrum.. She isn't the best but neither is she bad. With regards to her plastic surgeries, she hasn't played the beauty card that much in comparison to others, you know the ideal type, S line, small face stuff that plays in the media. So I think more of acting versus looks when it comes to her.

Am also curious as to what you guys think on the fact that there may be a gender imbalance in drama land with a shortage of really great young female actresses in comparison to young male actors. e.g Park Min Young's generation, very few female actresses can come at par with the acting prowess of the likes of Kim Soo Hyun, Song Gong ki, Woo Bin....

Really GREAT female acting can be seen with the child stars generation Kim Yoo-jung,Kim So-hyun; Skip Park Min Young's generation; more GREAT acting with Ha Ji won, Jun Ji-hyun; Best of the best with Kim Suna, Go Hyun-jung's generation.

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But she can't really act.

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So agree with u.

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Well, shit.

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What is with this ongoing trend of casting actors and actresses with big age gaps between them? Probably an unpopular opinion, I know, but frankly, I'm so tired of it. Sigh.

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Actually it's only 14yrs but, since he gives off that "over 45" vibe and she gives off the "unicorns and rainbows" vibe, it seems mismatched.
Not crazy about her acting but he will no doubt compensate.

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Not really a trend, it happens all the time, lol. It's just that now there are a bunch of dramas that integrate it into their premise so you're probably hyper aware of the age differences now.

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It's an on-going embaressment in American movies. You can track the curve of someone like Harrison Ford through the years, as the age gap between him and his leading ladies grows from ten years to fifteen to twenty and twenty five years. Eventually his sense of dignity caught up with him and he only plays old-guy roles now.

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"It’s an on-going embaressment in American movies."

Says who? As long as the people involved are consenting and happy, what difference does an big age gap make? That is to say, why would you even care? Don't get me wrong, I don't enjoy that it largely involves older men/younger women, so I do think our society (I say since I'm in America) needs to find the opposite just as acceptable, but barring that, is there any other reason to find it embarrassing? I am genuinely confused by the disgust your post seems to imply.

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Given that my parents had a fifteen year age difference and my wife and I have a six year age difference--both marriages very successful, I might add--I probably have a better perspective on this issue than a lot of people in real life. However, we are not talking about "real life" here.

A movie, of course, is not a "consenting relationship." A movie pairing is a casting decision, usually, in Hollywood, by a middle-aged male who thinks of actresses as disposable fixtures you attach to movies, like fast cars and fancy guns. As opposed to human characters who have a human purpose in a human story.

Mainstream Hollywood, back in the studio days, designed its products to sell to middle and working class men AND women of various tastes, which is why anyone who talks about "screen legends" can name both male and female stars.

Beginning in the 1970s, as that older generation of movie stars and move makers passed on, the American movie industry became dominated by film school graduates, almost all of them male, who were not part of that older, gender-integrated culture the studios catered to. They were brought up in the new, more distinct "youth" society of the sixties, where, as is still often true today, young Americans tend to associate only with their own gender and age in high school and college and meet the other gender primarily in social situations where they are either partying or mating or both.

Consequently, American action and adventure movies and most comedies, even today, are about guys hanging with other guys, beating up on other guys, and telling stories for "guy" audiences. You get a token female character partly as decoration and partly because doing a flick with an all-male cast feels a bit odd. Which it is, quite often.

The result of all this is that there are not many female stars in Hollywood. There aren't that many genre roles for them to build up their credentials, in between more serious parts. A male star, like Ford or Scharznegger or Norris or Van Damme, can get leading man roles into his sixties, but the female leads opposite him are interchangable, and, since they are there partly for decoration, they keep getting younger and younger and younger, relative to their male counterparts.

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Aye Aye!!! Well said.

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Nice commentary.

Frankly, it's hard not to think that any "heroine" character of this type/description is not gonna be an interchangeable pretty young thing to prop up the male lead. This is just like the character type Cheon Song Yi complained about always getting in YFAS, lol! She doesn't really sound like she has much depth and I don't really see Park Min Young as someone doing more with a little, so it's just one of those things I'd have to wait and read about.

Might be a surprise, but who knows.

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@ Quiet Thought, Well said and I agree with you on most of your observations. However, I always wonder, whether its a reflection of the entertainment industry decision makers or more of a reflection of what society wants; and by society, majority of the society.

e.g Older females, taking the lead in hollywood; would that movie really sell? George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Harrison Ford Versus Helen Hunt, Demi Moore, Jodie Foster.... all really great actors, but who would sell more tickets?

It may be unfortunate but true, that society(public) is more brutal to women as they age in comparison to men. Not just age, but look at Jessica Alba, the moment she got married and had kids, her popularity declined as well...

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I loooooooove KMM. The plot resembles that of Regarding Henry with Harrison Ford. He is a topnotch egocentric lawyer, then gets amnesia while buying cigs. Thus his humility. (Wait was he a lawyer there, I forget)

But KMM made me board this ship. I was wishing a project with KMM and Song Hye-gyo or Kim Tae-hee. Tighter age gap, more appropriate. But PMY, I'll definitely give her this chance. Who knows, maybe this will be a fav drama of mine! New Leaf fighting!

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sounds like a version of the Harrison Ford movie, "regarding Henry"

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True. I wonder how good the female lead role was in that movie? Except that I think the female lead was Henry's wife or ex-wife.

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I thought the same thing, when I read the description of the plot. And I loved that movie (Regarding Henry).

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Hm okay. I adored PMY in City Hunter, and liked her enough in SKKS, but everything else so far has been a miss with me so I'm hesitant to look forward to her casting here. Her performance here could dictate whether I look at her future castings as a good thing or a "eh...alright" thing. I'm still tuning in for KMM and was unfortunately hoping for one of my fav actresses to get the role of his leading lady. Still I'm not too disappointed with this casting even if I'm a bit concerned about it being an off pairing. Hopefully they'll throw in a bit of humor too (a la Samantha Who?).

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PMY?!? Oh man! I really did like her in some of her older projects like CH and SS, but I would've preferred a stronger actress opposite KMM. I also think she'd make far better chemistry with someone her age like LJS or LSG.

I do like the sound of her character though, even if way too text book like. Hope PMY does well, or she'll hear much from the writer, I assume.

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Yes, based on the character description and the fact that PMY has been cast, we can safely assume that:
- she will be spunky and high-energy and idealistic
- she will be easily hurt but recover quickly because she is such a gosh-darned optimist
- she will be virginal, having devoted her life to the Law
- when she gets a kiss from the hero, her eyes will be Wide Open because it will be her first kiss and she will be so Shocked!!

Sorry, but this thing practically writes itself. Pass.

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Golden Time was completely devoid of romance so the same thing may happen here. They could just work together as professionals and not get involved romantically at all.

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LOL I believe u described some of PMY's (and every other actress ever's) previous roles right there.

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I don't always love her acting, but I do wish she'd taken that medical drama with Lee Jong-seok, esp. considering what we got there.

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Agreed. I'm absolutely not an LJS fan although I find Doctor Stranger's premise quite intriguing. But casting JSY had me completely turned off because I find her quite cringe worthy; so definitely for me, PMY would've been a better choice.

And quite honestly, it still baffles me why she refused that. It had a good cast and production team plus with MBC not airing their usual sageuk epic in the mon/tue slot it can be a ratings winner too. I'm not even going to start wondering why she'd refuse YAS... That's beyond my comprehension.

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she m8 be having the same problem tht pi song gi had in ywcfs: finding it hard to learn medical terminology! :P

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Well, if you had a chance to work with newbie model-turned-actor LJS or with one of the best actors in Korea KMM, who would you choose to work with? Of course, I understand why she chose this, but based on her acting level, she should have stuck to LJS.

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True, except she wasn't offered this back when she was offered Doctor Stranger, so she didn't quite have that choice. This drama was very recently announced and even more recently did KMM accept the role. I still find it odd that she'd refuse a drama that has all the potential for being a big hit in ratings and hype. But, this could very well work out for her.

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I think she did well that she refused that other drama - it was almost the same as her role in, pardon me, Dr Jin. Doing the same thing (doppelganger doctor girl) twice, after the first time was less than stellar... nope, I wouldn't recommend it.

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But.....my OTP has been cast already, Kim Myung-min and Kim Sang-joong.

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PMY certainly is easy on the eyes and for that I will always have a soft spot for her.

I wish her well and hope that she will benefit by being. associated with KMM.

*Pls don't suck

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I like her...of course the pairing comes as a surprise but I'm already excited for this drama due to awesome Kim Myung Min....

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She rejected Doctor Stranger and You're All Surrounded for this. This show may be an underdog for all we know. Going head to head with You're All Surrounded too, interesting.

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Uhhhh..... weird. Thought I read the headline wrong at first- just can't picture these two together. The ages and the acting levels are so different -_- idk, it could be ok....maybe?

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I like PMY but still unclear. I know she's the lead but is she his intern turned lawyer disciple or is she going to romance him? I'm perfectly fine with the former and think it would be great but the latter will make me roll my eyes and be less excited.

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I wouldn't be at all surprised if there is little to no romance in this pairing. The age gap was similar in PMAI, but despite that one being ALL ABOUT a romance, the creative team buckled in the face of overwhelming distaste for the "repulsive" idea of a man in his early 40s and a woman in her mid-to-late 20s getting together and turned a great romcom into a mindless mess of a melo. So I am expecting that this one might avoid any such backlash by simply keeping their relationship largely professional.

I have no objections at all to the age gap, but at the same time, a Drama that was about two people interacting and building a relationship that isn't about romantic attraction would be refreshing.

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But you forget PMAI was pegged as a romcom and family show. And romcoms are the most prudish of them all, since they are supposed to be "innocent". Also, Yoona is an idol, so the series did not have much audience love to begin with.

In this one, we are talking hardcore melodrama and angsty people are always somehow more entitled to romance than "pure, happy people". At least in my experience. So I believe it will be less doomed than PMAI in the romance department.

But I still probably will not watch, because while Yoona was ok for a romcom (even if it turned), I do not think I want to see Park attempt to match Kim Myung Min in a melodrama. And while I could watch for him alone, it will have to come later. One melo too many.

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"angsty people are always somehow more entitled to romance than “pure, happy people"

VERY true, it would seem. After the ratings jump and rave praise from Korean netizens for Emergency Couple's abandonment of any comedy and embrace of melo, I've come to the conclusion that something in the air there makes them all angst addicts. I'm going to watch this one to support an actress who seems to want to actually get better at her craft, but may, like you, not watch it while it airs.

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Good move on her part I think. She's in her late 20s so she should start broaden her acting roles and branch out to a more mature acting. Whether or not she can meet the expectation remains to be seen, but If I were her, I'd rather co-star with KMM than LSG or LJS any day- can learn a thing or two from KMM and don't have to worry about rabid fangirls.

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Smart move on her part. She's in her late 20s and should broaden her acting resume. I'd choose this role over YAS and Dr Stranger, too- at least I can learn a thing of two from KMM and don't have to worry about rabid fangirls.

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"Kim Myung-min is totally going to act circles around her, isn’t he?"

If this is true, then it increases my respect for PMY. It seems that she's gone out of her way to try a different character and setting from her previous work. Obviously, opting out of a medical Drama made sense in terms of not reminding anyone of the disastrous Dr Jin, but choosing not to do You're All Surrounded made me think that she might also have wanted not to do another action/law enforcement role after City Hunter.

The fact that she's chosen a Drama with a very experienced older actor instead of one with a wildly popular younger male lead really suggests that this choice is about her development as an actor, and I applaud her for that.

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Agree with everything that you said!
Thats what i thought too..n thats why i respect her n her decision even more!Fighting my lovely Park min young ;-)

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I love love love PMY lol so sick n tired watching I am Sam (didn't knw she acted with LMH before )lol I'm really excited hopefully it will be good ?

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Park min Young???...let's see how this goes....

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I'm glad she's back on the little screen! I love her soooo much! She used to be my favorite model, but then she just disappeared. I think everyone should at least give her a chance. I mean, who knows how much she could've grown her acting skills in two years?

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i might just watch this...as having park minyoung may keep the drama from getting to 'angsty' and sad. she'll be the youth-light shall I say. though kim MyungMin is always worth a watch.

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Hmm... am I the only one who's like "AMNESIA?! Why??"

As for PMY, I thought she was great in Sungkyungkwang Scandal, but really tried to like her in City Hunter and couldn't.

But I love Kim Myung Min!! I'll try out the first episode.

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i LOVE amnesia. the way it's played nine times out of ten, you get to watch a guy fall in love with a girl, forget she exists, and then watch him fall in love with her all over again. what's not to love?

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Min Young shi, your fans are looking forward to this drama. Thank you very much for keeping your word and coming back to the small screen. As you know, we love you very much

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I like Park Min Young and of course I love Kim Myung Min but them together? I am not sure what I think about that.

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PMY may benefit from having talented and experienced actors to work with and learn from. She is no acting giant but she seems bright and could still continue to develop into a stronger actor.

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I've never seen her in anything that I can remember, so I have no basis on which to form an opinion on her acting. So, I won't.

But I don't think her character sounds all that interesting anyway. No, the real draw of this drama for me is Kim Myung-min and Kim Sang-joong, and the dynamic their character's will have together. And, again, the whole lawyer with amnesia thing is confusing. How can he be a lawyer if he has amnesia? Does it wipe his memory completely clean, or does he just forget a few days leading up to the loss of said memory? I'm really excited to see how that plays out. Looking forward to this!

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Wait, is that Bear Nana from City Hunter?! I just realized! Then, I like her a lot! Can't wait to see her!

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She was "just ok" in CH, after which I swore off watching her in anything else. Pass.

I hope it does well though.

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Omg, no.
Isn't this the same role as Glory Jane for her?

She is so very average.
She is part of the Mr. Potato head actresses.

It doesn't really matter which one takes the role, the series won't benefit or worsen because of it.

Why go with safe with you have these male leads?

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I loved Park Min-young in I Am Sam, haven't really liked her since. Then again I haven't watched more than 5 episodes of anything she's been in since.

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I felt uncomfortable with Prime Minister and I but given my previous attachment to City Hunter, I honestly can't see her with the on-screen father of her real-life and on-screen ex.

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the lead / her love interest was not in CH

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Kim Myung Min is the lead. The on-screen father (Lee Jin-pyo) is Kim Sang Joong. But Kim Myung Min is 41 btw.

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Stephanie means Kim Sang Joon as the father of the City Hunter, Lee Min Ho, who was her boyfriend for a bit.

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Not exactly her fan but hopefully she can learn a few things by acting along side someone as experienced as KMM.

Also, not PMY's fault but can kdrama writers stop with this Candy heroine dirt poor background-spunky-optimistic-doe eyes etc? It is not wrong that someone is from middle class/upper middle class you know. *sigh* And those genius cheabol....

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Goddammit some people here are just plain mean. Lol as if they're actually good at acting or know a thing about it. If you don't like her because she had plastic surgery (that goes for more than half of Korean celeb) or because she's not exceptional in acting (handful of overrated actresses and actor too tbh) then don't watch the show. The constant need to diss someone behind the computer is darn pathetic.

Love the male lead and CH appa! I just wish this show is not too serious. As for PMY she's an earnest actor most of the time she play same roles so I want her to see in a role where she can be cold and mean sometimes! Haha anyhow I will look forward to this and hell I like the young and old otp heee

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agree ! Very right .

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What did she do for two years? I often wonder what these actors do during a break between dramas. I know the working conditions can be pretty harsh but a break for even 6 months sounds like wasting time when you can be making money. Without CFs and any other little side projects that is.

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I think that the dramas - the endless hours and grueling work of staying awake - are not where they make money.

If a drama is a hit, they get more CF work, which is way more profitable. Think about how little time it takes to film a commercial vs a 20 ep drama.

The CF work is why they have to be soooo careful choosing inoffensive roles and projects and not being identified as a scandal maker. They cant offend the public or the sponsors won't hire them.

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Apparently PMY finally finished up her college degree during her time off, in performing arts, after nine years.

Must have been tough for her classmates, when they turned in their term projects: I've got a video of me doing "Highlights from Hamlet", you've got "The Spoken Poems of Queen SeonDeok", he's got "Three Months of Childrens Pantomine," and Park Min Young turns in the complete DVD set of 'City Hunter,' autographed by Lee Min Ho.

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LOL. Huh so that's what she's been doing. Nice to know.

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Her character sounds a bit similar to the type she played in City Hunter, so hopefully she'll be able to do a good job.

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Hopefully, I agree with you. One reason actors enjoy playing attorneys is that attorneys get to talk a lot, and, based on past roles, PMY needs to speak or move to act. She has some darling facial expressions, but not that great a range of them. When she's playing a passive character, she fades into the background.

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oh my, you smart girl pmy! I thought what the hell this girl turn down such great deal before, then here the real deal she shows, kim myung min!

KMM is the best k-drama actor in my book and no wonder pmy choose to star this drama...

after lbs-yoona, lsk-leeyonhee, then now this kmm-parkminyoung... my favorite ahjussi keep getting young lead male =_= since the previous two has been really good, really hope this one will be even better...

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ops typo *young lead female

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As for PMY she'll be like fresh wind in kdrama , cammon gays every new drama and the same faces everywhere... i'm tired of it . Need fresh face , and I miss her so much . Fighting girl !!!♥

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I love the casting although I find it really weird to pair this two together but I got a good feeling about this show! Don't let me down please

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Won't be watching this but hopes recaps will cover more to what's in store.

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I'm so tired reading all of your comments!! Why all of you hate her? She don't deserve you at all. Wait, whoever she acts with, I always support her forever..It's about the time for her to take a role with a high potential actors..Putting someone down just because she is not worthy at all? Common, where are your senses? Are you the one who will direct the drama? She's being cast because she deserves it, she has the potential..Whatever you think of her will not be her problem at all..It's now your problem!!! Wait and see as she shines with your two eyes..

Fighting Minyoung, you are worth waiting for!!!!!!!!!!

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don't worry at the end of the year Park Min Young will win Top Excellent Actress just like Jung Ryu Won...

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Jung ryu won IS a good actress unlike pmy

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Kim Myung-min and Park Min-Young? seriously just no.

How can she even be considered to place opposite him?

But then the role...I can understand. It's not a very heavy role.

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I hope they make her a working partner of KMM, there is no romance relationship but they have a very strong relationship then add in a young male lawyer or reporter who persue her.

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In all his works KMM was like a black hole that absorbs everyone around him. Seriousely, when this guy is on screen everything else fades. So it'll be interesting to see him playing agains evil daddy who is as charismatic as heimself
As for female leads who played agains him, they all seemed fading except for jung ryu won who held herself pretty well

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