When Kim Hye Kyung’s (Jeon Do Yeon) husband, Prosecutor Lee Tae Joon (Yoo Ji Tae), is sent to jail after a public scandal involving sex and corruption, Hye Kyung returns to her law practice so that she can take care of her family.
She’s hired by MJ Law Firm as a first year, run by an old law school buddy, Seo Joong Won (Yoon Kye Sang), and his sister, Seo Myung Hee (Kim Seo Hyung). Not only must Hye Kyung deal with her personal problems in the spotlight but she also faces stiff competition from young lawyers at MJ as well as other lawyers who want to win their cases against her.
It was one of the best episodes of Fantastic Duo ever that probably did not make you want to go outside. Not that anyone would want to go outside. I mean, seriously. I made a big mistake in thinking I could handle going outdoors.
I literally finished the American drama, The Good Wife, a few days before the Korean remake began. The dangers of looking forward to a new show is that you’re just not sure what you’re going to get but so far, I’m optimistic about the drama. I will say that the drama makes me think a lot about the original American series as there are so many similarities. There are some differences as well but the characters are generally the same and even seem to have the same backstories which I’m not totally against as long as the story is compelling. And so far, it’s been pretty compelling.
Tonight is the last episode of the 2nd season of Three Meals a Day, Fishing Village Edition. I’ve been enjoying watching Cha Seung Won make fabulous meals, Yoo Hae Jin trying to catch fish and Son Ho Joon… well, basically at their beck and call. The 2nd season has been pretty decent and there have been lots of guest but I think they really saved the best for last.
Yoon Kye Sang has been in a lot of projects so I guess I shouldn’t really be surprised that each of the Three Meals a Day members are familiar with him. Cha Seung Won and Yoon Kye Sang were rivals on Greatest Love, Yoo Hae Jin was in the movie, Minority Opinion, with him, and Son Ho Joon was in Full Sun with him.
Jung Tae Ho (Yoon Kye Sang) is a fund manager who loses 350 million won in a financial deal gone wrong. When loan sharks, whose money he lost, comes after him, he and his business partner attempt to go on the run but his partner ends up losing his life. Desperate and broke, he discovers that Seoul Station is a haven for homeless people, complete with their own set of rules and hierarchy overseen by mob boss, Kwak Heung Sam (Lee Bum Soo). Tae Ho vows to claw his way back up from poverty.
After visiting his dad in Bangkok, Jung Se Ro (Yoon Kye Sang) is wrongly accused of murdering the fiancé of Han Young Won (Han Ji Hye), a jewelry designer for Belle L’Affair and the daughter of a business tycoon.
During the course of one night, Se Ro loses his dad and his freedom. Five years later, he is released from prison with plans to seek revenge against the family whom he blames for his situation. As his first step towards infiltrating and destroying their family, the innocent Young Won becomes his first mark.
Her album isn’t due out until Cinco de Mayo but we got a little taste of it with “Hard Out Here” back in November. She recently released another single from the album called “Our Time” and listening to it just reinforces how much I still like her.