Sungkyungwan scandal along with others movies was broadcasted on October 29 at 7:30 pm, in the Museum and Cultural Center of GRAU to celebrate the “50th Anniversary of Diplomatic Relations between Korea and Colombia”
Upcoming MBC melodrama “I Miss You” unveiled new teaser stills of its male lead Park Yoo Chun (JYJ). In two of the released stills, Park Yoo Chun stands before a rain streaked glass window, bottled up with both sadness and anger. In the other two, he is seen leaning by a wall with a longing expression on his face.
“I Miss You” is described as a traditional melodrama about first love and stars Park Yoo Chun, Yoon Eun Hye, and Yoo Seung Ho. Read More →
“Missing You” Press Conference
PD Lee Jae Dong, Park Yoo Chun, Yoon Eun Hye, Yoo Seung Ho, and Jang Mi In Ae will be present
Doors will open at 2pm on November 1st for press people
1. Photo Time
2. Highlight and video presentation
3. Introduction of Production and Actors
4. Interview Q&A
Credit: MariYEH@Soompi + @YujiniMBC via Micky Baidu Bar
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It’s a bit late to still be casting, isn’t it? Well, better not look a gift horse in the mouth; at least I Miss You, which premieres in one week, finally has a complete cast. I know.
Granted, this last addition is a secondary lead, and yes, the series does start out in childhood so there’s a little breathing room here. But the show was supposed to follow Arang and the Magistrate, and somehow instead of handing the baton directly to the new drama, MBC decided to scrounge up two weeks of filler material. (This week we’ve got a rebroadcast of a Tears of Antarctica special and the movie Wandeuki.) You can say the show isn’t running perilously behind schedule… in that you can say something and not necessarily make it be true. Let’s just say they’re cutting it close.
The new addition is Lee Se-young, a former child actress who is now heading into her first grown-up role. She’ll play younger sister to hero Yoochun and love interest for rival Yoo Seung-ho, and there are several things about this that make me glad. First off, our second lead’s got a love interest! (One other than the heroine he will never have but angst over, I mean. Because that’s something I just expect as a given in every drama.) Secondly, the conflict in having your sister fall for your nemesis is rich with opportunity, especially since we know that Yoo Seung-ho is going to be a pretty hard-nosed villain. (They’ll be half-siblings, with different mothers.)