Joo Won Takes Home the Daesang for Yongpal at the 2015 SBS Drama Awards

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The SBS 2015 Drama Awards wraps up the trio of year end big K-drama awards shows, and while network was the overall ratings winner for the year the selections for its awards were somewhat underwhelming. Joo Won took home the Daesang for his performance in Yongpal, which I actually liked and now makes me not blah about him, but it was now what I call Daesang worthy which ever way I look at it other than from a ratings rewards perspective whereby he headlined SBS’s biggest ratings hit this year. It’s hard not to be okay with it, though, because these awards are like company appreciation tokens, and Joo Won was all tears, snot and crying during his acceptance speech and vowing to continue to improve his craft as an actor with a humanistic touch. If Six Flying Dragons were a bigger hit I think Yoo Ah In would have won the Daesang, but then again, the awards for the night felt random in the sense that a lot of it went solo to one lead in a drama but not the other, like for dramas Heard it Through the Grapevine or Mrs. Cop or Mask or Punch. I think Kim Rae Won not winning the Daesang seems to be the biggest outcry from this evening. Continue reading

Wrap Party Pictures from Marry Him If You Dare and All Signs Point to Shin-Mi Rae Ending Upon Re-watch

Yes, I must be micheoseo to re-watch any part of the last episode again. I confess that by the end of episode 16 of Marry Him If You Dare (Mirae’s Choice), I was literally holding onto my sanity by a thin … Continue reading

Yoon Eun Hye and Lee Dong Gun Lead the Script Reading for Future’s Choice

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Choi Myung Gil Cast as Future Yoon Eun Hye in Future’s Choice and Tells Her Not to Marry Lee Dong Gun

More news about upcoming KBS drama Future’s Choice (Mi Rae’s Choice) and I’m liking what I’m hearing. I’m sure only folks familiar with the TVB oeuvre have ever watched the 1990 drama Cherished Moments with Leon Lai and Kathy Chow (it was … Continue reading