After School’s UEE is now a respectable actress in the industry

Singer and actress UEE is being praised for her acting performance in projects like ‘Ojakyo Brothers‘ and ‘No Break‘.

UEE has officially made her name known as a respectable actress through ‘Ojakyo Brothers’ and is being praised by the viewers for her splendid performance in the drama.

She is sassy at times saying what’s on her mind, while also managing to melt the hearts of viewers with her bubbly and adorable smile. She also proved that she can cry on the spot, shedding heavy tears of sorrow in scenes where she yearns for her father.

She is loved by viewers of all ages, as she is able to be cute with a man she loves, but sociable and pleasant with her elders.

UEE displayed genuine emotions during highly intense scenes, and her believable acting earned her a Rookie Actress Award at the year-end KBS drama award ceremony.

Her agency Pledis stated, “UEE who has worked so hard to improve her acting and is more than grateful that her fans are recognizing her potential. She will work even harder in order to thank her viewers for their support.”

Source – k pop news

Joo Won takes the lead in Bridal Mask

Joo Won (Ojakkyo Brothers) has signed on to take the lead in Gaksital, or Bridal Mask, an upcoming KBS drama based on the 70s manhwa by Heo Young-man. So this is why he dropped the second lead in Moon That Embraces the Sun. Guess you can’t blame a guy for wanting to play a hero.

 

Gaksital is a famous manhwa set in the 1930s, during the Japanese occupation. The hero, Lee Kang-to, is known as ‘Gaksital’ because he wears a mask to hide his face — one of those traditional play masks, specifically the rosy-cheeked one reserved for the female role, aka the bride. He’s an unassuming young man in real life, but when he dons his superhero mask, he fights injustice and rights wrongs during one of the darkest periods of Korea’s history. The manhwa itself, written in 1974, is described as astoundingly contemporary, and deals with a myriad of social issues, still praised for its nationalistic stance.

The 10-billion won project is planning to be a huge action-adventure blockbuster, and if they manage to pull it off with style, it could very well be this year’s City Hunter. Joo Won’s got some serious charisma as an action hero, and with two ratings hits already under his belt, it looks like he’s going for the kill with his third. I just hope they don’t take this whole mask thing too literally, because WHY WOULD YOU COVER UP THE PRETTY? Writing is Yoo Hyun-mi of My Happy Home and Green Rose, and directing is PD Yoon Sung-shik, of thriller masterpiece Story of a Man.

Bridal Mask plans for a May premiere on KBS. Um… is it May yet?

Source – dramabeans

 

Lee Si Young goes wild for Wild Romance

Lee Si Young foreshowed the emergence of new type of ‘queen of romantic comedy’ in the KBS2’s new drama, Wild Romance.
Lee Si Young has taken up the role of Yoo Eun Jae, wrestler-turned-bodyguard. On the first episode of the drama, which aired on January 4, she forewarned that she′d be standing firm against Park Moo Yul, the loathsome (at least to her) baseball player whom she has to protect, depicting a hot-blooded character whose fists start flying when her temper is ruffled.

From Lee′s first scene, the actress caught eyes with her new style, complete with short wavy hair and a shockingly tacky outfit. She set out to affirm herself as a ‘fashion terrorist’ with haggard knit sweater, wide and flappy skirt and beat-up sneakers.
But while the normally pretty actress may have given up some of her looks for the role, the transformation does much for her stature as an sincere actress. The new image was effective in displaying Yoo Eun Jae’s tomboyish and rough side, allowing viewers to forget that Lee Si Young was in fact, just acting a role.
So far, Lee has been well-received for her acting, which, while a little over the top sometimes, works well when the actress is spitting out rough words mixed with curses, and behaving as wild as the title indicates.
Immediately after the airing, viewers rush to the drama’s comment board to leave positive feedback.
They reacted by saying, “Her image is ruined, but she is still so lovely. I’m looking forward to seeing Yoon Eun Jae’s unpredictable charms” and “The drama has a novelty that sets it apart from other romantic comedies. Lee Si Young’s acting that has grown mature was impressive.”
source – e news world

Seungri on his drama debut at MBC Light & Shadow

Big Bang’s Seungri made his drama acting debut through the MBC Light and Shadow.
He played the role of Ahn Jae Su, an aspiring singer from Yeosu, Jeolla  Province and he completed the shooting in Hapjeon, South Geongsang  Province on December 24.
Despite it being eight degrees below zero, Seungri showed off his acting  talent, living up to his name as a famous idol group member.

Of course, Seungri had it a little easier than most, as the Big Bang  member is originally from Gwangju, Jeolla Province, where Yeosu is  located – and so, adopting the strong accent was like second nature.
Seungri shared, “It was an honor to be in a drama that I often watch. It  was my first time taking part in shooting a drama. When I saw the cast  and crew work so hard in spite of the cold weather, I realized a lot of  energy and sweat is needed for a drama to be completed. I think it was a  good experience for me.”
The episode on which Seungri cameoed is set to air on December 26, at 9:55pm.

Source & Translated by: eNewsWorld

Jung Il Woo “I won’t ever be able to forget Flower Boy Ramyun Shop”

Jeong Il-woo “I won’t ever be able to forget “Flower Boy Ramyun Shop” Jeong Il-woo expressed how he felt at the end of the drama “Flower Boy Ramyun Shop”.
With one more episode of the drama to go, he said, “There is only one more bowl of the 16 bowls of hot, spicy and cool ramyun. Thank you to those who enjoyed the 16 bowls of noodles with me.
 It was something I will never be able to forget ever …and I hope Cha Chi-soo and Eun-bi last in your minds forever as well”. Bringing out the new saying ‘Jeong Il-woo effect’, “Flower Boy Ramyun Shop” has been getting continuous support from the beginning with Jeong Il-woo who has matured as an actor once again and Cha Chi-soo who realized the meaning of love.
 Jeong Il-woo has been evaluated that he has matured once again as an actor through his performance of Cha Chi-soo who realized love throughout the drama/ Not only that, Jeong Il-woo personally decorated the set himself with props and worked hard to blend into the character with hair and style as well.
Viewers say, “Is it really goodbye? I am going to watch it until the end!”, “I hope to see you again in something else soon!”, “It’s so sad that it’s the last. I am with Cha Chi-soo all the way” and more.
 Meanwhile, tvN drama “Flower Boy Ramyun Shop” has viewers wondering what will happen between the two lovers in the drama with one more episode to go.
source – nate +hancinema