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Navigating love and work with Jang Ki-yong, Song Hye-gyo in Now, We Are Breaking Up

New character stills have been released featuring lead actors Song Hye-gyo (Boyfriend) and Jang Ki-yong (My Roommate Is a Gumiho) in SBS’s upcoming romance Now, We Are Breaking Up.

In a story that explores the ups and downs of dating and love, and the reality of break-ups, Song Hye-gyo plays Ha Young-eun. The design team leader of a successful fashion company, she is savvy in the ways of her career as well as her personal love life. She’s cool-headed and a realist at heart, and she’s all about making smart and risk-free decisions.

Naturally, Jang Ki-yong’s character counters Song’s personality. In the role of Yoon Jae-gook, Jang plays a free-spirited and carefree soul who is successful in his work as well. As a well-regarded fashion photographer, he works freelance.

In the newly released stills, we get a look at both characters busy on the job. Presumably, the two meet through their work and we see them encountering each other at a function as well as outside in the rain.

Written by Je In (Misty) and directed by Lee Gil-bok (Romantic Doctor Teacher Kim 2), SBS drama Now, We Are Breaking Up premieres November 12, following One the Woman.

Via KBS, Newsis, Sports Donga

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Arrgh, this hit my better half's radar, so I guess I am watching this. My wife and I enjoy watching kdramas together but have disparate tastes. She likes high-concept blockbusters and expensively produced rom-coms or romances while I favor (in her words), slow, talky melos and propeller hat dramas (sageuks). Occasionally, we can play the spouse card and force the other to watch something s/he would not otherwise consider. (Wincing from memory of King: Eternal Monarch...) She just played the card, damnit, despite my entreaties she swap it out for Yumi's Cells. instead.

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"propeller hat dramas" pretty well sums it up.

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Hahaha β€œpropeller hat dramas”, I think you’ve coined a useful phrase there πŸ‘πŸΌ

Yumi’s Cells is so much fun, it might find just the right sweet spot between your differing tastes.

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Yumi’s cells is genuinely good!

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Will be using β€œpropeller hat dramas” exclusively to refer to sageuks from now on.

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Hmmmm, I loved Misty in the beginning and then it deteriorated into nonsense, however I am not one to give up after one terrible drama. I also haven't liked either of their more recent projects, so here is hoping for this to be good.

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I was not able to watch MISTY all the way through either- it was just as you said. When I see that it is the same writer I have to say that it does give me pause- although that does not always mean that it will be bad. MARRIAGE NOT DATING was and remains one of my favorite rom-coms of all time yet the same writer gave us the train-wreck of SHY BOSS.

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Yes, shudder Shy Boss, cheers for marriage not dating.

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I cannot believe that Marriage, Not Dating and My Shy Boss were from the same writer. One was a riot throughout and the other was such a snoozefest.

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Marriage, Not Dating

Given the issues of Shy Boss, may be the writing is not what made MND work. I don't think many appreciated it at the time but on rewatching - what makes this show work for me is all down to the performance of the 2 women. Han Groo & Kim Hae Sook.

Han Groo - who's comic timing is some of the best. Kim Hae Sook - (as the mother) who played it straight and with such pathos. With out these 2 perfomaces, I suspect many of the touching, funny and awkward moments may have been just cringy.

I miss Han Groo from drama land, such talent and with a physicality of acting that is so uncommon for female SK stars. SK Celebrity world is a brutal reality so being able to leave it at their choosing is not a bad thing.

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This is fun. Why is all the text here in italic? Why aren't other articles be also in italic? Waeyo? lol

I don't know why SHG chose this project as her comeback project, but I guess she has good reasons for that. There are 2 things that make me feel interested in the show: the project somewhat mirrors her real life; the name of the director. I hope she is happy and this project is well-received by viewers both in SK and in other places.

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It looks like it's going head to head with MBC's Red Sleeve. I'm more curious if SBS can be beaten by MBC in terms of ratings this time.

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RED SLEEVE will likely do better in the ratings in part because it is a dramatization of a classic story (and has pretty costumes- my wife will love it).

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On the other hand, SHK is a big name and draw

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I also think Red Sleeve will win this round since currently airing sageuks are doing well in the ratings. And those are non-traditional/fantasy/fusion ones. There’s probably a wider audience for a proper, traditional sageuk after a string of those shows.

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There's always an audience in Korea for trad sageuks. Korea loves trad sageuks. Trad sageuks and Makjang. XD

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sbs always have better ratings tho..and especially this is fri-sat slot it usually easier to be a hit..just look at penthouse and taxi driver were on same slot and hits double ratings..mbc have some good dramas but for some reasons i don't know why they can't get higher ratings

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Song Hye-gyo is good with the long hair, though the Boyfriend look is still there.

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Did the italics from One the Woman trickle down? I love how even the number of comments is in italics.

Hoping for good chemistry between the two leads and somewhere down the line I stop thinking they're both going to be secret serial killers.

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β€œ they're both going to be secret serial killers.”

I’d press play on that.

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Ditto. Also it would be easier to tie it into the Jang Ki Yong Cinematic Universe that way.

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β€œthey’re both going to be secret serial killers.”

You should be getting hired by SBS. This is automatically a 100x more interesting.

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I'll probably give it a try to see what the Misty writer has up her sleeve, but I feel like these two won't have chemistry. It rather sounds like a Search: WWW redux for Jang Ki-yong.

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I’m in ok this one. No clue whyβ€”oh, Jang Ki-yongβ€”that’s why.

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I have no doubt that the leads would look beautiful together, but I just can’t see them as a couple. The plot also sounds uninspired and overdone. The only part that actually intrigues me is that it’s helmed by the writer of Misty.

Also, what’s up with the italics text??

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This is great. Every DB comment section should be italics-only from now on.

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Will there be awesome pantsuits?

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In the drama? Maybe. I doubt I’ll be sticking around to find out though.

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I'm just commenting because the italics are fun.

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How about some bold italics for even more fun?

Honestly, not interested in this one at all. Because of that, it will probably turn out great and one of my favorites of the year.

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Everything reads like we're all another layer of connection removed from each other, like we're all quoting a book, or perhaps are all characters in a book ourselves. It is curiously delightful.

Oh I'm probably not going to watch this at all, so do let me know if it surprises you such.

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Wake me up when you know for sure

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Wake me up before you go go 'Cause I'm not planning on going solo~ thanks for tuning in to Radio One Melonia. Tonight on HITS, LT has got this ear worn now stuck in my head.

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I am responsible for many things but will not take the blame for this.
Or for the italics, which are the main reason we're all here.

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WAKE ME UP, WHEN YOU KNOW FOR SURE SURE, COS I'M NOT PLANNING ON WATCHING THIS AT AAA--AAALL.

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Me too. I think I've developed an allergy to one of the leads.

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I’ll watch itβ€”but I like melo-romances, no matter how forced they are. I’ll tell you if it’s worth anyone’s time. As for me, I have soft spot for JKY, ever since Liar and His Loverβ€”remember that, @sicarius? I love drummers, dated one, let him get away and now I just live vicariously pretending JKY (and that drummer I should have given the time of day to) is better without me-lol.

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Ahhhh TLAHL... those were the days...

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I still can't wrap my head around this pairing. I won't be rushing to watch the show, but I am a little curious.

Also, yay italics. Italics everywhere

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I have to comment because...italics ahahha. I'm not sure about this pairing. They look gorgeous together but I always find SHK cold and distant so the chemistry is lackluster in all of her pairing. I will check this out just for the director (I love Dr. Kim 2 so much!), hopefully I can see some spark this time.

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"..I always find SHK cold and distant so the chemistry is lackluster in all of her pairing.."
This!
I always thought I was the only one with the thought.
I will check it out for sure but maybe not interested enough to stick around.

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I was searching for an appropriate word to describe Song hye gyo. Thanks.
She lacks flame and where she is to be passionate seems forced. I noticed the same thing in Descendants of the Sun and Encounter. In the main poster, that face is still there.

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yes I think that purplefall nailed it precisely.

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SHK makes for a good CF model because the blank expressions can work. Actress...not so much.

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I like SHK but I have to agree, she never seems to have any real fire or intensity with any of her co stars. Yea she was cute with Rain, or beautiful with Jo In-sung, but she doesn’t inspire the feeling of β€œpassion”? Lol she’s still likeable and all, but there seems to always be a barrier even if her costar was SJK πŸ€·πŸ»β€β™€οΈ

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Which is why @tiredys suggestion that she is a secret serial killer makes so much sense. Such a role would play to her dominant characteristic - icy walled off detachment.

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I don't think "icy" is the right term. You can be icy and still be magnetic (think Hitchcock blondes or Nicole Kidman).

She's...blank. Which is why I say she makes for a great CF model, but doesn't project that "oomph" that the small screen, and to a bigger extent the big screen, requires.

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A blank serial killer works- maybe she was brainwashed, maybe she's a clone, maybe she was brought up in an child organ trafficking cult and falls in love with a ballerina turned cop...
On a scale of 1 to 10, how likely is Sic to mention clones in a JKY thread? 10/10 apparently.

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@sicarius
Maybe she's part of our robot clone army from the future that until now was only comprised of Jingoo and the odd Kim Mingoo

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@leetennant do you really want her to be part of that army? do you? Think about it, the qualifications for that army are "can act every part and role of a show on their own."... the qualifications for being a JKY clone are... "can Sic make Kill It joke about this." One of those qualifications is not like the other.

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Of course not @sicarius
I just wanted to depict your personal dystopia

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@leetennant oh we already know what my personal dystopia is, and it's not that.

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The company that produced the Jang Ki-yong, Song Hye-gyo clone army is called Forrest @sicarius
It manufactures large volumes of wood.

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Not good examples for me, but I understand your point. Cold, blank - either works for the scenario.

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@sicarius, @leetennant

The exchange between you two here is Just brilliant! Made my day!

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I’ve always had a problem with Song Hye Kyo but I couldn’t describe it.
She is exactly as you said: cold and distant. It’s always the same face in all her dramas.
I couldn’t even finish Descendent of the Sun and when I think of Full House (one of was my first dramas) my mind kinda goes blank and I don’t connect it with her. It’s like it was another actress.

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Totally agree. I don't like to say bad things about actors because they work hard for us, but in her case, she's probably rich and beautiful enough that she doesn't care what anybody thinks. She did loosen up a bit in Encounter after a while.

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I'm frakking loosing it, reading comments in all italics and my internal monologue shifts so it sounds like everything is coming over a radio please this is so funny but also extremely wtf-esque.

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To me it reads like internal monologue, maybe I'm discovered my skill of telepathy. Why are yours thought so LOUD. And kind of spiky.

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Apparently my internal monologue can't type.

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Everything about me is kind of spiky, that's just who I am as a person.

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Did you ever read the sci-finovel Aristotle by Walter Jon Williams? One of the ideas in it took the idea that our minds are composed of multitudes to the next level by finding a way to surface some of multitudes into overt existence. Multiple personalities as winning advantage rather than a problem/disease.

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Do I contradict myself?
Very well then I contradict myself,
(I am large, I contain multitudes)

What happens if I use html italics coding within italics coding ?

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Spoiler - nothing

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@hebang I did not... Tiffany Aching would just call that first, second, and third thoughts, and maybe even fourth thoughts, and would definitely agree that it's a winning advantage. ;) dangit that's going to auto emoji and make me mad and adding a space looks wrong...

...@leetennant lmao I already tried to do that and got nowhere and then deleted because ofc it wouldn't work; HTML coding doesn't work like that hahaha

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What it didn't auto emoji... what WHAT what is this hack... ;) ;P ;P :) (:

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apparently db auto emojis but only on fanwall currently. nice.

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Aristoi, not #$*)&! Aristotle! My non-material kingdom for an Edit function!

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Why do they keep pairing SHK with younger actors?

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I have always found Jang Ki Young as 'Hyun Bin Lite Version' 2.0
So this pairing is... visually interesting lol! xD
Also, worried because the plot sounds like it should be a JTBC or TVN drama, but it isn't! -_-
That said, does SHK ever manage to look bad? :') :')

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The italics font is so pretty! I will check this out, the premise kind of reminds me of her last drama Boyfriend/Encounter, I'm interested to see how it develops.

Also, this drama comes just in time, matching my discovery of Jang Ki Yong in Go-back couple!

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I recently rewatched Go Back Spouses and it made me a little sad that I haven't liked Jang Ki-yong in anything as much as I liked him in that (apart from maybe The Boy Next Door). I had SLS all over again

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I liked him the most in My Ajusshi.

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Agree. Showed he could act.

So, what happened?

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I thought he was really good in My Ajusshi but I couldn't say I actually 'liked' him ...

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Yes. I'd seen him first in Liar and his Lover, then Go Back Spouses, then My Ahjussi and had been impressed . I hadn't even realized he was the same person.
I havent watched him in his lead roles though.

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I don’t like to judge a drama before it airs but the pairing and plot conjures up memories of the very pretty yet yawn-inducing Boyfriend/Encounter. I do love a romance though so I will wait for reviews once it airs.

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Commenting solely for the italics. It's so pretty.
So are the actors in this drama but I find them both a bit dull and in need of a compelling co-star. Also, the story sounds as original as my harlequin novels. Unless, of course, they will have separate love interests. Is there any hope for that?

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The plot sounds uninspired and like a rehash of Encounter for Kyo and Search: WWW for Ki-Yong.

All the same, I'll be checking it out for the fashion. Let's see if the rest of it can make me stay.

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Comenting only for italics without the hassle of using an html code.
Also, I'll check this out this anyway even if it sounds boring.

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Found beanie comments under recent comment tab mentioning italics. Came here just to check that out. Have always been very lazy to learn the html method and so I have always made do with non-italic text. Like this change xD

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Same, i could never remember the html thingy. The comments section looks pretty now πŸ˜‚ i guess the bug is only in this particular page since everywhere else is normal.

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The smile emoji is in italics as well xD

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JKY was great in My Mister and gave a compelling performance in the role of an emotionally tortured loan shark. Not sure what's happened to him since. Maybe it's the roles that he is choosing?

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Perhaps it's in the directing?

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I'm not sure there is a good explanation for the devolution of JKY's acting.

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**apropos of nothing**

There is a hilarious very early role of JKY in This Is My Love, where he plays a model turned actor, who gets chewed out by the ML (played by Joo Jin-Mo) for not taking his job seriously and not working hard enough at his acting

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I was wondering that myself - if he got bored or lazy and just doesn't put in the effort anymore.

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I'll look that up too. I've decided to embark on a forensic examination of his acting.
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LOL inside, until it hurts re my darling JKY and Nana. It's hard to understand that he was soundproof resistant to beautiful Nana, but he was. What an opportunity missed. Looking at you, Director. In spite of the frustration though, I watched every minute, even the extremely distasteful family and the organ/children icky stuff. Now watching The Boy Next Door before I pass judgement on his acting and miscasting. He seems to do angry best - refer to My Ajussi and WWW (the angry bits). I find him a bit scary. But how he will ever play off our FL in this forthcoming drama makes my eyes hurt in anticipation.

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I love Kill It. It's terrible.

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Maybe he should just stick to playing emotionally tortured characters and leave the romantic leads to the guys who can emote properly.

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Feel like emotionally tortured characters require more emoting abilities than romantic characters...

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It definitely requires emoting, but not the same kind of it. Wasn’t really precise in my comment. JKY has his strengths and his weaknesses - too bad most of his roles highlight the latter.

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Unless it's forbidden romances and he's an assassin and his co-star is Nana, apparently... still mad that didn't actually happen.

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It didn’t happen? Wasn’t Kill It a real drama? Or did I conjure up its existence in a fever dream? I swear I thought it’s a real show?? Did I imagine an entire drama that never happened?

What is going ONNN

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She means the R rated, sexcapades that should have been in Kill It but weren't. Nana for some reason delivered every line like she was seconds away from jumping his bones. But never did.

Meanwhile, regardless of Nana's... interesting... acting choices in that show, she was directing huge volumes of energy at JKY, only for it to hit the natural soundproofing that is wood.

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New conspiracy theory: Kill It was never a real show lmao.

@leetennant
Minimum all they had to do was let him kiss her against a wall somewhere and that would've alleviated much of the ridiculous amounts of built up tension between the two. Even that would've been better than nothing!!!!!

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@leetennant
That…makes way more sense than me imagining Kill It never existed lmao. I don’t really blame Nana for wanting to jump his bones. The guy *is* hot, I’ll admit that. Even if he can’t emote. A shame, since I’d be down for an r-rated version.

But I’ll subscribe to new theory by @sicarius that Kill It was never real because it’s funny. And true from now on.

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Ah but does this meant the only REAL Kill It is My Version? :O :P

*readjusts her Jang Ki Yong Cinematic Universe Metalore to support this new development.*

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I mean, this is how I know there is only a version of WWWSK where Secretary Kim slips death mushrooms into his omelette within a few years and the K2 ends with our eponymous hero running off to a tropical island with Choi Yoo-jin who faked her death.

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@leetennant's version of the K2 is the happy ending. I would go for the tragic ending still myself; any romance angle is still with Choi Yoo Jin, Yoona's character is and is played by an actual child, but Choi Yoo Jin still dies :P :P cos angst. And I'm an evil queen.

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this is a test... because all of the comments are in italics, so i'm spec'ing it for italics to see if it undoes it...

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now i'm trying BOLD
nope, still all italics. whassup with this????

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Already tried it. Didn't work.
Meanwhile the 'Recent Comments' section is a blast.

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I tried that.

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oH MY gosh I shouldn't have deleted apparently we all tried the same thing hahaha

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Funny thing was when I began by switching off the italics and closed by switching them back on, effectively reversing the HTML markup, my text showed up in recent comments without the italics, but stayed in this as italics.

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*GASP* GLITCH. GLITCH. EMMA THE GLITCH IS LOOSE.

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I've never seen so much excitement over italics I'm still dealing with my Encounter disappointment. Not sure I can forgive. JKY strikes me as an unrecognised dorky, albeit v good looking guy. I'd love to see him play himself in something. I wept for him in My Ajussi. I understood what she meant in WWW when she said "Should you be walking around like that?" I watched Kill It for him. I haven't seen Roommate yet, but I'll also watch it for him. I guess I'll do the same with this but I will complain all the way.

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Didn't he *technically* play himself in one of those YG mini webdrama things with Yoon and Dara where they didn't change anyone's name?

ANyway, the italics are fun for many reasons, one of them being I get to exercise my repertoire of other emphasis internet linguistics formatting techniques besides well, italics. @mmmmm xx

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I haven't seen that. Must find it. I'd like to find out if he's really what I suspect he's like.

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The Boy Next Door. I've started it. LOL moments. He offered him toilet paper roll for a pillow. Thanks for the recommendation.

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I don't actually think it WAS Boy Next Door, I think I was thinking of We Broke Up or Love For A Thousand More (yes I watched both of those, why? Yoon.) But I just looked them up and neither of them are real-name-as-character-name dramas so *shrugs*

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I'll keep looking. Choi Woo-shik is the standout in BND

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Love A Thoisand more.. definitely watch that for JKY. and maybe that kdrama with Jang Na ra, he was cool in that, too.

can't seem to watch We Broke Up even when it first came out, just not into Dara as an actress. When I got into Winner, I tried to watch it again but can't get past ep. 1.
I watched Love a Thousand More 3 times already, go figure.
I'd watch High Kick 3 for Yoon.

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I slept through most of Encounter and will pass on this one.

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I was too irritated to be able to sleep

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To be honest I was there for Jang Seung Jo.

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He's coming up in Snowdrop too. He was v compelling in The Good Detective. Definitely someone to watch.

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Why irritated?

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By the FL in Encounter. I've written about it on my wall. Hopefully this link will work. It's titled A Complaint

https://www.dramabeans.com/members/jorobertson/?page=fan_wall

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I really like Jang Ki-yong but nothing else about this drama is inspiring me. The teaser they released was a downer too. I'm guessing it will draw some SHK and EXO fans at least.

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I know my answer to the messy italics incident on this post.
@db-staff
At the last paragraph, it should be put the "less than-i-greater than-One the Woman-less than-slash-i-greater than", then period.

First:

...SBS drama Now, We Are Breaking Up premieres November 12, following (One the Woman).

Then that's how this incident will resolve.

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Omigosh!

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Nooooo I don't want it to be resolvedddd~
Keep it as a relic like this forever pls.

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Gotta love though that this means that EVERYTHING under that point, is somehow read as part of the same text, and incurs the effect of the html typo; the entire comments section, the link section, the comment type boxes, comments written and to be written, past, present and future, dates, likes, everyone's display handle, including the side bar with currently airings and recently posted, AND the "Currently recapping, recently recapped, next recap" and "follow dramabeans" on the bottom widget, the premium supporter header, the featured videos header- everything below and to the side of that point you mentioned is effected by it... *except* for the menu bar down the bottom and the featured video titles themselves. Which is... a pretty weird and hilarious website devel glitch if you ask me, tbh.πŸ˜‚

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My brain has got used to things and stopped changing how its internal monologue sounds to my inner ear every time I read this thread, however it still reads everything DISTINCTLY different from non-italic comments, and even the same comments in non-italics.
The novelty has not quite worn off yet ;)

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A younger guy again? but of course, you'd be breaking up.. πŸ™„ we know what happened last time.
For once, maybe an actor in her age bracket, isn't there anyone? The list is long.
SHG only takes this roles where she can play pretty, look good and won't exert much. Maybe I'm hoping for a RomCom like Full House.
I'm bored with over complicated relationships.

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