[WARNING: They are in Korean though]
Both me and my wife at HelloHallyu would also like to wish everyone a "Wonderful, Happy and Korean-drama filled 2008!
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
HAPPY NEW YEAR!
Lee Jun Ki (Time Between Dog And Wolf)
Gong Yoo (First Shop Of Coffee Prince)
To kiss or not to kiss ("Thank you")
Love is wafted on the rain ("Que Sera, Sera")Wretched tearful kiss scene ("Merry Mary")
The Korea Herald article - 'My Love' nowhere near 'Love Actually' had this to say about the movie:
You can read the full article here The Korea Herald. It's not a direct link as all the links in the website, just like all roads lead to Rome, leads to The Korea Herald main address. :)
"My Love" attempts to mimic the famous romantic comedy formula set by "Love Actually" (2003), and the effort itself deserves some attention because the Christmas holiday season is just around the corner, and young Korean couples are keen to watch sweet, feel-good films with the snow falling.
"My Love" has some common grounds with "Love Actually." Obviously, as the title suggests, its target audiences as well as screening time are already set at around the year-end. Both films present multiple couples. But that's the end of the tenuous similarities, and everything else in "My Love" is dramatically inferior to those featured in "Love Actually."
1. Jumong (MBC) - 47.3%
2. Pure 19 (KBS1) - 39.7%
3. War Of Money (SBS) - 31.0%
4. As Much As Heaven And Earth (KBS1) - 29.0%
5. Story Of First King's Four Gods/Legend (MBC) - 28.8%
6. I Hate You But It's Fine (KBS1) - 28.8%
7. Dae Jo Young (KBS1) - 26.3%
8. Blissful Woman (KBS2) - 25.2%
9. My Man's Woman (SBS) - 24.5%
10. First Shop Of Coffee Prince (MBC) - 24.2%
Who's yummier? The doughnut? Or 'yummylicious' Gong Yoo?
More images can be found at popseoul. Perhaps there's still hope for fans hoping to get their hands on the calendar. Yesasia seems to be stocking up on the calendar, and from its advertisement (no, I am not an affiliate), they seem to be shipping to countries other than Japan.
Hope all non-Japanese Gong Yoo fans have the perfect X'mas gift by getting their hands on the calendar!
"You may be pretty, but you sure are heavy too!"
(Image Source: KBS)
In the story, Heo Yi Nok is born into a respectable family but does not know of her past as after her family fell into disrepute. And since gallivanting alone along the ancient Korean streets is a definitely no-no for girls during the period the drama is set in, Heo Yi Nok dresses up as a boy so that she can explore the streets and have her fun.
Sung Yu Ri shows a grittier side to her repertoire of acting skills this time round as it was reported that she did most of the action sequences herself without a stunt double. You did not read wrongly, she did the stunts herself. Hmmmm... a Korean version of Hong Kong's Michelle Yeoh.
I can't wait for Hong Gil Dong to air on KBS World. Think it should hit the small screen sometime in Jan or Feb 2008. What a way to start the year!