R-RATED PILLOW TALK
When Yoon Jung (Kim Ah Joong) accidentally dials the wrong number instead of her boyfriend’s and has phone sex with the man on the other end, she finds an unlike confidant in Hyun Seung (Ji Sung). As they both confide in each other about their relationship woes, an attraction grows between these pillow talk partners.
What a cute, sexy romantic comedy. I feel like it’s this generation’s version of the classic 1959’s Pillow Talk with Doris Day and Rock Hudson. With the exception of one hilarious visual gag, Down With Love was a travesty. Kim Ah Joong and Ji Sung are no strangers to comedy but they also have great onscreen chemistry.
Posted by chunkeemonkeeato on April 4, 2013
COME TO TALK
Following the cancellation of Come to Play, it was replaced with a new variety show called Talk Club Actors where actors sit around and talk about the day’s topic and their personal experiences. The actors are: Hwang Shin Hye, Shim Hye Jin, Ye Ji Won, Song Sun Mi, Go Eun Ah, Shin So Yul, Min Ji, Park Chul Min, Jung Joon Ha and John Park.
Posted by chunkeemonkeeato on February 11, 2013
DOES HIGH SCHOOL EVER END?
The drama follows the lives of several Busan high school students through maturity.
Sung Shi Won (Jung Eun Ji) idolizes Tony from H.O.T. but because of her activities following the group she’s at the bottom of her class. Yoon Yoon Jae (Seo In Guk) is at the top of the class and secretly crushes on his best friend, Shi Won.
Posted by chunkeemonkeeato on September 24, 2012
This has got to be my new favorite K-Drama at the moment. I was confused by the fact that they were only going to air 8 episodes and that it was called a sitcom but it seems that they will be airing 2 short format episodes back to back on Tuesday nights. Each episode should run about 30 to 40 minutes in length and so far I think it’s working for the plot. The first two episodes were tightly written and edited so that it connected several unrelated character stories within each episode.
Posted by chunkeemonkeeato on July 30, 2012
FRUGALITY FOR DUMMIES
What an appropriate movie for these economic times. Chun Ji Woong (Song Joong Ki) is jobless and about to be homeless. One day, he meets his neighbor, Gu Hong Shil (Han Ye Seul) who is extremely stingy and sells used stuff for money.
In order to double the return on a lucrative moneymaking opportunity, she pays the rent for Ji Woong’s rooftop apartment and gets him evicted. She then allows him stay at her rooftop apartment to partner up with him on more moneymaking schemes.
Posted by chunkeemonkeeato on February 6, 2012