Tag Archives: Im Soo Hyang

New Korean Dramas: August 2020

August brings another bundle of Korean dramas and it is a huge bundle! Good thing is a lot of genres have been covered — romance, comedy, drama, music, sci-fi, thriller, horror. You name it, August dramas have got it. Confused to keep track of all these new premieres? Well, here is the list with enough details to make up your mind on what to keep and what to skip! Continue reading

News Bites: Korean Dramas — 27 June 2020

I think the latest news is chock full of script readings! Which also gives me an opportunity to talk about shows that I missed posting when their casting was announced. News Bites is a segment where latest news of Korean Dramas will be discussed at a common place. So let’s dive into the latest tidbits of dramaland! Continue reading

MBN/Dramax brings melodrama ‘Graceful Family’ next week with Lee Jang Woo and Im Soo Hyang

Graceful Family is the title of a new melodrama to be aired on MBN and Dramax. It will be full of mystery as it tells the story of investigating a 15 year old murder. Im Soo Hyang, who gained popularity through last year’s My ID Is Gangnam Beauty, plays the lead role of an heiress who has beauty and brains. Lee Jang Woo (I Do, I Do) plays a passionate lawyer. They both work Continue reading

JTBC brings ‘My ID Is Gangnam Beauty’ this Friday with Im Soo Hyang

Im Soo Hyang has mostly acted in weekend and daily dramas lately (Five Children, Blow Breeze, The Rose of Sharon Has Bloomed) but she will now be seen headlining a JTBC drama titled My ID Is Gangnam Beauty. The show is along the lines of ‘ugly duckling turns to swan’ dramas and films (200 Pounds Beauty, Sabrina, Birth Of A Beauty to name a few). Based on a 2016 webtoon, the Continue reading

Daily drama ‘The Rose of Sharon Has Bloomed’ starts this Monday

This new KBS daily drama looks so sprightly and pleasant, perfect for a spring premiere. I don’t usually watch dailies but I like to read about them. Usually they are written in the same template but there are certain exceptions that can be found in the clichéd field that bring or at least try to bring some fresh factor with them. The first striking thing about this show is its name — The Rose of Sharon Has Bloomed (also called Lovers In Bloom). I don’t know what it has to do with the plot but the drama centers around a small police station. Continue reading