Tag Archives: Jo Yoon Hee

Newlyweds Lee Dong Gun and Jo Yoon Hee on the cover and pages of Grazia

I came to know about Lee Dong Gun when I watched his 2004 drama Sweet 18 which was such a sweet and delightful watch. I really liked him as a responsible, caring and mature husband who gradually falls in love with his wife (played by Han Ji Hye) after they undergo an arranged marriage. After mandatory military service, he made his Continue reading

‘Liar Game’ team brings ‘Pied Piper’ this Monday on tvN


I LOVED Liar Game and so I’m excited for Pied Piper, the new tvN drama from the same writer and PD. The former was a tightly woven thriller with many tense moments and kept me on the edge of my seat throughout. I would have been happier if there was a second season for Liar Game but well, I’ll take what I get. Continue reading

‘The King’s Face’ premieres next week with Seo In Gook in his first sageuk role


I have lots of love for Seo In Gook. It started with Answer Me 1997 and this year’s High School King Of Savvy rekindled my affection for him. In all possibilities, I should have been tickled pink with the announcement of his next drama but I’m as interested in The King’s Face as I would be in watching paint dry. Firstly, it’s a sageuk and secondly, the premise doesn’t look appealing to me. But I wish all the very best to him with this show Continue reading

‘Scandal’ begins this week


It has been only a few days when the weekend drama Scandal was announced and it has been quietly filming for past few weeks. The drama is set to premiere this week on MBC replacing Hundred Years Inheritance, the makjang show that I initially thought of giving a try but its 50 episodes turned that down. I really hope Lee Jung Jin will sign a better drama after this as he is simply amazing and there went my chance to watch him act after liking him so much in shows like 9 End 2 Outs and Fugitive Plan B. Continue reading

Kim Jae Won and Jo Yoon Hee headline weekend drama ‘Scandal’

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The oldest K-drama I have seen is My Love Patzzi, that came in 2002 but I watched it in 2012. It starred two of the actors that I have known since my starting point of the journey in K-entertainment. Kim Rae Won, the hero of my first step My Little Bride and Kim Jae Won, hero of my second step, 100 Days With Mr. Arrogant. I find Kim Jae Won really charming and I have seen him in two completely different roles: the arrogant guy (obviously) in the movie and the caring, good-hearted chaebol in the drama. Continue reading