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  1. Crank in begins today ! also the unofficial synopsis from theqoo
  2. Any thread takers ? @katakwasabi haha
  3. The original timeslot from Mon-Tue (supposedly to follow Red Sky) was moved to Fri-Sat , and pushed back to next year's winter
  4. SBS Fri-Sat Lineup is confirmed
  5. Namgil is a spoiler king. He should be the one uploading . 😂 . By the way Law School actor Lee Soo Kyung sent coffeetruck support to her taepyonim KIM another reunion
  6. This set of cast plus Disney,
  7. Congratulations @movingwheel and @Lynne ! :yee::hearties::heart::mine::btsnamjoonlove::PikaSwag::Party01::pandacool::duckhearts::Uwu:

    1. Lynne


      Thank you...... :eeeee::mine:

  8. The teasers are getting better and im getting more anxious. Please be good !
  9. Happy Anniversary ! I am supposed to order cake for myself but apparently i was invited to a birthday party
  10. edit apparently the permed namgil photo is requested by gilstory to be deleted.
  11. New poster is out, I am liking this one though. More emphasis on the korean title Black Sun I just watched the teaser (don't me koongmin oppar for watching it late) . In Falsify, he made the character mooyoung a playful toned down chief kim . I watched Chief Kim first before 'Remember' and there I am astonished on how he was consistent in maintaining one character to another , considering that these two roles are poles apart. In Doctor Prisoner, he did not do away from the chief kim pitch but less playful and reserved. Here in The Veil , it screams Nam Gyu Man but without the impression of a monster but a cold ,wounded predator ready to attack. It gave me chills ! In Awaken--
  12. Rumor has it that Island maybe broadcast on tvN instead
  13. @Chocolatethank you, will edit this later. now you see how disoriented i am
  14. Maybe Goongmin's miracle will bring me back to kdramaland because im burned out these days Teaser is
  15. More about director Kang Yoon Sung He directed the 2017 film ' The Outlaw' that earned him the Baeksang Arts Awards Best New Director . Other works : Movies The Roundup | BumJoedoshi 2 (2020) Long Live The King (2019) The Outlaws | BumJoedoshi (2017) Last Concert | Shin Joong-Hyunui Laseuteu Konseoteu (2007) Drama Series Casino (TBA / 2021)
  16. New MBC Friday-Saturday drama 'Black Sun' is set to premiere in September [Official] MBC, which celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, has created a 'Friday-Saturday Drama' for the first time since its founding, and selected 'Black Sun' as the first runner. As a result, MBC's most anticipated drama 'Black Sun' (directed by Kim Seong-yong, written by Park Seok-ho) in the second half of the year will be seen every Friday and Saturday at 10:00 pm. MBC is a leading organization that has been in the broadcasting industry so far, including traditional mini-series of 16 and 12 episodes, as well as various lengths such as 8 episodes and 4 episodes, as well as crossover works of dramas and movies. It has been well-received by viewers. This new Friday-Saturday drama was also strategically selected to expand viewers' choice of works based on the viewer's content consumption propensity as MBC's flexible programming strategy stood out. According to this decision, 'Black Sun', which will be introduced as a follow-up to the currently popular Wednesday-Thursday drama 'Only Without Crazy', will meet viewers as a Friday-Saturday drama. "As a result of analyzing viewers' TV and OTT content consumption patterns, we decided to move the existing weekday night dramas to weekend nights," said Geon-wook Yoo, head of MBC's content strategy department. “Starting at 10:00 pm on Friday, the beginning of weekend, we will create a new drama twice a week on Fridays and Saturdays, and provide viewers with a variety of fun on weekend nights with entertainment content such as ‘I Live Alone’ and ‘Point of Omniscient Interfere’. I hope that the newly established MBC Friday-Saturday drama will receive a lot of love from viewers,” he said, explaining the reason for the new Friday-Saturday drama. ‘Black Sun’, selected as the first hurdler for MBC’s first Friday-Saturday drama since its establishment, is a special drama for the 60th anniversary of MBC’s founding and is a Korean blockbuster action masterpiece jointly invested by MBC and Korea’s largest OTT platform, Wavve. 'Black Sun' is the story of the best field agent of the National Intelligence Service, who disappeared a year ago, and returns to the organization to find the insider traitor who dropped him into the abyss. Actor Nam Goong-min, who has been loved by viewers for his explosive acting skills and extraordinary presence in various works, plays the role of 'Han Ji-hyuk', the best field agent of the National Intelligence Service. He will work with 'Seo Su-yeon', the head of the Crime Integration Center, Han Ji-hyuk's motive and secret crime center. Actor Park Ha-sun, who is considered a 'trend these days' by perfectly immersing the character, will also appear. Ji Eun Kim , a certified elite who joined the National Intelligence Service at the age of 21 and Han Ji-hyuk's partner, took on the lead role for the first time on a terrestrial TV station. Joing with Kim Ji-eun, are Kim Byung-gi, Lee Kyung-young, Jang Young-nam, and Yoo Oh-seong-- actors who give a heavy presence just by their names. The line up raises expectations for the drama. MBC created many masterpieces that will remain in the history of Korean historical dramas, such as 'Dae Jang Geum', 'Heo Jun', 'Dong Yi', 'Queen Seondeok', and 'The Moon Embracing the Sun' . The broadcast industry's attention is already focused on the fact that it is a work that has been released for a long time since 'Rookie Historian Goo Hae-ryeong'. MBC's newly established Friday-Saturday drama will feature blockbuster-level masterpieces with various themes, such as action plays and historical plays, and will provide new attractions to the small screen on weekend nights. source
  17. Jun Ji-Hyun's On Being Part Of 'Kingdom: Ashin Of The North': It's Truly An Honour Jun Ji-Hyun, who will appear in 'Ashin of the North', revealed that she enjoys the popular zombie-thriller series 'Kingdom'. Outlook Web Bureau21 July 2021, Last Updated at 12:21 pm Facebook Twitter Google + Linkedin Whatsapp Popular South Korean star Jun Ji-Hyun Instagram Jun Ji-Hyun also known as Gianna Jun by her non-Korean fans is popular among the K-Drama community around the world. Well known for her parts in the hit K-dramas 'My Love from the Star' and 'Legend of the Blue Sea' is also a part of Netflix’s upcoming 'Kingdom: Ashin of the North'. She says it was an honour to feature in the upcoming series which is a prequel to the hit Netflix series “Kingdom,” which is currently in its second season. It's a special episode dedicated to Jun Ji Hyun's character Ashin, who appeared briefly towards the end of the second season. Jun, who portrays the eponymous warrior in the special episode, claimed she was prepared "in terms of the character's body or stamina" before taking on the role of Ashin. The challenge, however, was to interpret her motivations. "I tried to focus mostly on how to interpret the personal anguish and hurt, which we in Korean refer to as 'Han' and how to interpret that emotion into wanting to avenge for the whole land of Joseon," she said in a global press conference from Seoul. The official logline for the 92-minute series, which is set to premiere on Netflix this Friday. Adapted from the webcomic series 'The Kingdom of the Gods', which was authored by Kim Eun-hee and drawn by Yang Kyung-il, the original drama is a fictional show set in the medieval Korean dynastic kingdom of Joseon. It masterfully uses the zombie pandemic as a storytelling device to explore the universal themes of politics, power dynamics, and corruption. The actor said she was not scared of the actors dressed as zombies and was keen to meet them face to face. "When I got there on the set, I realised just how much trouble all of the actors were going through in order to present themselves as convincing zombies. And I don't know if I can say this, but I begged them for pictures as well. So I was able to take pictures with zombie actors and really brag about it to my friends and family," she said. Jun said she loves 'Kingdom', an internationally popular series from South Korea, as it does not depend on star power but on "an immaculate script, amazing direction, and fascinating art". "'Kingdom' can be referred to as a total or comprehensive art in its own form. And it's truly an honour and it brings me great joy to think that something like 'Kingdom' was created in Korea and is brought to the entire world," she added. As someone who came to the beloved series at a later date, Jun said there was a lot of "positive pressure" while working on the show. "I didn't want to make it look like I was just kind of joining and enjoying the ride that was propelled by what was already a great show before I joined. I really tried to focus more on bringing everything I had into the series." (With Inputs from PTI)
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