Tag Archives: Han Hyo Joo

Yeo Jin Goo headlines sageuk ‘The Crowned Clown’ for tvN

TV show to TV show remakes are aplenty in Korean dramaverse but this Monday will see the premiere of a Korean movie remake in the form of drama The Crowned Clown. It is the small screen adaptation of superhit 2012 historical film Gwanghae: The Man Who Became King (aka Masquerade), which starred Lee Byung Hun and Han Hyo Joo in the lead roles and bagged many awards that year. Continue reading

Korean movie The Beauty Inside gets a drama remake starring Lee Min Ki and Seo Hyun Jin

Korean movie The Beauty Inside came out in 2015 and starred Han Hyo Joo in a fantasy romance premise where her lover is a man who changes into a different person everyday, thus emphasizing the power of true love in that the heroine loves the man no matter what his outer appearance is. The movie was laced with many cameos by actors like Lee Bum Soo, Yoo Yeon Suk, Park Shin Hye, Park Seo Joon, Go Ah Sung etc. I didn’t watch it but I’m excited Continue reading

Sci-fi action film ‘Illang: The Wolf Brigade’ hits theaters with Kang Dong Won, Jung Woo Sung and Han Hyo Joo

This past week saw the release of a new sci-fi action film titled Illang: The Wolf Brigade starring Kang Dong Won, Jung Woo Sang and Han Hyo Joo. The Korean movie is adapted from 1999 Japanese anime Jin-Roh: The Wolf Brigade. It is set in the year 2029 in a hypothetical scenario where the North and South announce a five-year plan to reunite. As is the case with every big Continue reading

First Impressions for ‘W – Two Worlds’

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I was looking forward to new MBC drama W – Two Worlds with high hopes as I totally loved writer’s previous works (Queen In Hyun’s Man and Three Musketeers) and with a fantasy laden premise, I was assured that it would be handled in a proper manner. And wow, after two episodes, I can say that the show is totally what I hoped for and more. Continue reading

‘W–Two Worlds’ is all set to premiere next week

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I was already thrilled for W–Two Worlds when I didn’t know about the plot, as I love the leads Lee Jong Suk and Han Hyo Joo. But the story sounds equally great. It’s one thing when you get excited when a star returns to dramaland after a long time and it’s another level of happiness when you have already seen (and loved) that actor before in a drama (in this case, Shining Inheritance) and are waiting eagerly for them for so long. Finally, it’s here — Han Hyo Joo’s comeback to small screen! Continue reading