Han Ye Seul returned on set a mere 48 hours after she had left it and flew to the States. It goes without saying that the set must have been an awkward place to be. Her scenes with Eric Mun were initially awkward, and it didn’t help that Eric was wearing sunglasses so Han could not read any of his expressions.
What. The. Eff.
Again – I repeat that I don’t really like this drama. However, episode 10 ended on a promising note. So I’m kind of hoping for more closure on the Myung Wol – Kang Woo storyline here. I’d really like to see Han Ye Seul and Eric Mun go on their real dates and stuff, yunno? So even though I don’t like this drama, I’m damn disappointed by this outcome.
Well if we can’t get them in a drama together, a photo shoot works too! Jang Geun Suk and Park Shin Hye pose pretty for Codes Combine’s Haiker 2011 Fall-Winter Line. Jang has been modeling for them since last year, but Park has recently teamed up with him.
OK – I need photos of them together stat!
Oh dear. Kim Jeong Hoon (currently in I Need Romance) recently got booked for DUI and had his driver’s license revoked. Someone reported him for driving after drinking, and was pulled over. His alcohol level was 0.129%, which was enough for him to get his license revoked.
The actor was just getting his stride after coming back from the military, acting in I Need Romance and shooting the film “Punchline” with Yoo Dong Gun. He was also set to host two music shows in Japan – “Gaon Monthly Countdown” and “M-Studio.”
Well – at least he didn’t get into an accident.
HAPPY BIRTHDAY HARRY POTTER! And J.K. Rowling. Hee.
Nevertheless, I’m super pissed off today. Why? Because I TOTALLY missed the first day of registration for Pottermore!!! Last night I already could not access the site due to a wave of people logging in and crashing the servers. What the hell… and now today, day 1 of registration is closed. Must I go by Greenwich mean time to log on? I think I’ll be refreshing every five minutes for it.
Heh. I think I know understand that feeling when people constantly say they’re refreshing a page like mad for some drama update.
Anyways… moving on…
This particular first impressions post will cover the first four episodes of Spy Myung Wol. Sometimes I do only 1 episode, sometimes I do it after 4, and it’s really just based on how I saw the drama. The Princess’ Man wasn’t compelling enough for me to launch into Episode 2 right away, whereas for Spy Myung Wol, I actually saw episodes 3 and 4 before I saw 1 and 2.
I think watching it out of order did not help me appreciate this drama any more. However, now that I’ve seen all the episodes, things are making sense now.
Cha Seung Won recently won two awards in Mnet’s 20′s Choice Awards. Hosted by Suzy and Song Joong Ki, the awards show gave ukelele trophies to stars chosen by the fans in many categories. For Cha, he won both Hot Drama Actor and Hot Male Body (with a 6-pack). No doubt this is because of his burst of fame from Greatest Love. His costar Gong Hyo Jin also won Hot Drama Actress and Hot Style Icon.
Other winners included KARA (Hot Hallyu Star), Suzy (Hot New Star), B2ST (Hot Performance Star), Honey Lee (Hot Female Body), Yoo Ah In (Hot 20′s Voice), and Goo Hara (Hot Campus Girl). The full list can be seen here.
Spy Myung Wol held their press conference today in anticipation of their premiere next week. The cast were asked a gamut of questions, most notably Han Ye Seul about her car accident, Eric Mun about Poseidon, and Lee Jin Wook about his breakup with Choi Ji Woo.
AH! I’m so excited for this drama – and the following stills aren’t helping! These poster stills were recently released and showed Eric Mun in all his dapper glory, and Han Ye Seul in various outfits/disguises. As for the above poster photo? I almost wish that that is a real scene in the drama.
I cracked up at this teaser – and it’s really made me excited for this drama. It starts off with Myung Wol (Han Ye Seul) planning to assassinate Kang Woo (Eric Mun), only to have a girlish ringtone interrupt her killing. She then changes her plan – she’s not going to kill him – she’s going to MARRY him!
Well now. That puts things in a knot, doesn’t it?
It’s like “Shiri” – but funnier. Han also resembles Kim Tae Hee in certain angles, which makes me wonder how she would have done if she were in IRIS…