More details have emerged about the new Hong Sisters drama. The working title is Jejudo Island Gatsby and it will be set on Jeju Island (duh). Originally the plot was about characters who time-travelled back and forth 100 years, however that plan was scrapped. At this point the only things that are known for sure is that it will be a romance and the location.
This episode starts out with the introduction of a new personality, Perry Park. As soon as Park emerges he goes to the closet to the look for his clothes while Secretary Gook explains the dire situation they’re in right now. Park/Do-Hyun is supposed to be at an extremely important meeting but there’s also the hostage situation involving Ri-Jin. As Park is changing into a floral button-up shirt his phone rings and it’s the gangster who has taken Ri-Jin hostage. He reiterates his demands to Park who doesn’t seem to care about it at all until he mentions the girl they’ve captured. This seems to do the trick and Park leaves to go find them. Meanwhile, Secretary Gook delivers a message to the meeting that Do-Hyun was involved in a car wreck and won’t be able to attend.
This week on “The Adventures of Hana and Robin” …
Via Dramabeans, Suzy has passed up on the lead role in “Girl Who Sees Smells,” which is always a good thing. First, her main problem is that her fat ass takes up 80% of the screen. Second, after Big and Dream High, I never want to see her in another drama. I don’t care about acting talent one bit as long as the actor can play their character adequately and/or has enough charm as their character to keep the drama interesting. Suzy is a blackhole that sucks the life out of every scene she is in, so maybe there’s a chance I’ll check out the drama now.
At Club K-Drama we strive to bring you nothing but the latest recaps of Korean dramas featuring people with fucked up mental issues, so on that note I started watching, “Kill Me, Heal me.”
I’m too lazy to do screencaps while watching a show, so it’ll be mostly text. 😦
Hyun Bin finally (finally) returned to the small screen this week with “Jekyll, Hyde, Me.” The show stars Hyun Bin in a dual role as cold, uptight chaebol Goo Seojin and his alter ego, the warm Robin, and Han Ji Min as quirky circus performer Jang Hana. So how’s the show shaping up?