Seo Ye Ji Erases Instagram Contents and Will Not Attend this Week’s Premiere Screening of Her Upcoming Movie Recalled with Kim Kang Woo

This week’s news report that K-actress Seo Ye Ji was the alleged ex-girlfriend to Kim Jung Hyun who played a controlling role in the Time drama production debacle three years ago could not have come at a worse time for her. Her agency has not released a statement responding to the allegations first reported by Dispatch nearly 24 hours ago, but she was scheduled to attend a movie screening premiere this week for her upcoming thriller movie Recalled (Memories of Tomorrow) costarring Kim Kang Woo. It reads like a Flower of Evil redux with memory loss and seeing the future thrown in as a wife starts to think her seemingly perfect husband is a murderer. Now K-ent is reporting that she will not attend the event and on a personal front she has deleted all content in her Instagram account (though has not deleted the account itself). Netizens are also going through all prior interviews given by her or BTS or her costars working with her and noted a troubling incident on the set of thriller movie Another Way in 2015 with Kim Jae Wook. While the two leads were filming an drunk driving scene, she veered the car in real life into the opposing lane and almost caused a head on collision to make it more realistic and appeared very into the scene. Seo Ye Ji herself gave an interview that the director of the movie made her inhale real coal smoke during a scene when her character was trying to commit suicide and she had such trouble breathing afterwards so maybe method acting was asked of her during the driving scene as well. Who knows but goodness so much going on in K-net these days.

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Dispatch Releases Bombshell Report that Seo Ye Ji was Kim Jung Hyun’s Ex-girlfriend that Demanded His Cold Behavior on Set of MBC Drama Time

The fallout and alleged reveals continue to dig up painful memories from three years ago in 2018 on the production of MBC drama Time. Male lead Kim Jung Hyun was noticeably awkward and reserved with female lead Seohyun at the … Continue reading

River Where the Moon Rises Time Jumps in Upcoming Episode 17 with Kwon Hwa Woon’s Arrival and Production Apologizes for Incorrect Chinese Characters Used Onscreen

KBS Mon-Tues sageuk River Where the Moon Rises is rounding into the final stretch and everyone must be exhausted and deserving of that sigh of relief when it’s all done. Next week’s episode 17 is confirmed to have a time … Continue reading

Vincenzo Episode 15 Jumps the Pigeon Off the Bat But Recovers its Footing to Deliver Another Comedy and Action Packed Narrative with Ratings of 10.296%

Muahahahahaha, I can’t believe I’m going to so easily forgive a screenwriter for what this one did to get Vincenzo himself out of a jam to start episode 15 but it’s simultaneously ridiculous and ties back to earlier well laid…..bird … Continue reading

KBS Wed-Thurs Hello? It’s Me! with Choi Kang Hee, Lee Re, and Kim Young Kwang is the First Emotionally Satisfying Drama of 2021 So Far

I know disappointing K-dramas abound more than actually good ones, it’s a law of averages as well as how hard it is to make a great series from beginning to end with so many unknowns including acting, chemistry, writing, and … Continue reading

SBS Premieres New Fri-Sat Drama Taxi Driver, First Episode Rated 19+ Due to Excessive Violence and Netizens Upset the Drama Uses the Real Life Choi Doo Soon Crime

Another day, another K-netizen gripe. I’ll just explain it and let y’all decide if it’s legit. SBS premiered new Fri-Sat thriller drama Taxi Driver (Deluxe Taxi) starring Lee Je Hoon, Esom, Kim Eui Sung, and Pyo Ye Jin has been … Continue reading

Seo In Guk and Park Bo Young Have a Close Encounter in New Stills and Posters From Doom at Your Service

Argh, I can’t believe I have to wait until May for this drama! tvN‘s upcoming Doom at Your Service (One Day, Destruction Came to My Door) has a chance to destroy my mental well being from too much squeeing if … Continue reading

jTBC 10th Anniversary Drama Sisyphus: The Myth Ends Disappointing Ratings Run and Exits into Drama Hell Holding Dead Tight to its Nonsensical “Sci-fi” Writing

Drama friends, we have the first K-drama turd of 2021 and the first holder of the crown is unsurprisingly Sisyphus: The Myth. A sole source of comfort for fans of both leads is that it might get lucky and pass … Continue reading