And the first official stills from the upcoming Korean remake of 2008 Taiwanese hit drama Fated to Love You have arrived. The romcom tells the story of a very ordinary and plain-looking working class girl who has a one-night stand with a wealthy company successor and gets pregnant, eventually leading to arranged marriage. In these fresh stills, we get a peek of our leads Jang Hyuk and Jang Narafinally in character.
I feel like we're on Oprah ("You get a reunion! You get a reunion! And you get a reunion! Everybody gets a reunion!!!").
No kidding tho, the newest trend in dramaland is none other than reunions of past onscreen pairings, and it's definitely getting me interested in dramas that I otherwise might not even care about. I don't know what's in the water these days, but there have been so far 4 confirmed reunions and 1 possible one. It's pretty crazy, but I ain't complaining.
Park Shin Hye is utterly gorgeous in June's issue of InStyle, where she's like a queen taking a walk around her kingdom. In reality, she's confidently strolling the streets in the Manhattan area of New York City.
The actress can also be seen on the pages of Harper's BAZAAR, looking ladylike and poised while modelling Bruno Magli's fresh bag collection.
Moon Geun Young rocks the dark and moody look in this stunning pictorial for Marie Claire's May issue. The actress has always looked great with messy long hair and smokey eye make-up, even though it's in stark contrast with her cute-as-a-button personality in real life.
2013 wasn't a good year in terms of good satisfying romcoms. Some either failed to intrigue me or disappointed me half-way, while others put me through painful Second Lead Syndromes that I never want to experience again (looking at you, Answer Me 1994). But even though the year was lackluster in that respect, there wasat least one ray of sunlight for me - The Master's Sun. It's a drama that reminds us just how important good chemistry between actors really is. There are lots of other shows that clearly have better stories to tell, but fail to impress because the spark is not there. The Master's Sun, on the other hand, is all about that spark.
Tae Gong Shil (Gong Hyo Jin) sees dead people. She is nicknamed Tae Yang (Sun) but her life is filled with gloom for she is bothered by terrifying ghosts day and night. Ghosts have interrupted her life in such an extreme way that she is unable to have a normal social life or to get enough sleep at night. On one fateful evening she coincidentally meets Joo Joong Won (So Ji Sub), the arrogant CEO of Kingdom Mall, and discovers that by touching him the ghosts disappear. Elated by this discovery, Gong Shil sets out to stay as close to Joong Won as possible, despite his desperate attempts to rid himself from her. However, Joong Won also realizes that he can use Gong Shil's abilities for his own benefit and solve the mystery of the kidnapping he went through as a teenager. He decides to make a deal with her, promising to be her shelter from the scary ghosts as long as she helps him to communicate with the spirit of a girl from Joong Won's past. All goes according to plan, until strong feelings start to grow between the odd pair. SPOILER ALERT! YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED!
2ne1 ladies, who known for their bold fashion statements, go for the dramatic effect once again in this new amazing pictorial for the May issue of Vogue. The girls are dressed in unique and colorful costumes, inspired by African tribal clothing, and wear even crazier hairstyles and make-up. The overall look is overwhelmingly exotic, mixed with a little bit of modern fashion.
Miss A's Suzy is the lively model for Bean Pole's fresh bag collection for the Spring and Summer of 2014. Suzy is all smiles in these photos, and who could blame her when she gets to carry around all these beautifully colorful bags.
After School's UEE is effortlessly cool in these new photos for the May issue of InStyle. She's dressed in a more masculine way than usual, but still manages to add certain sexiness to the photo shoot.
Jung So Min and Daniel Choi, who are playing siblings in the new K-drama Big Man, model together for Allure's 60s themed photo shoot, and it's probably my favourite out of recent fashion pictorials. The chaebol siblings look so perfectly elegant and stylish, and honestly, it's a shame their characters in the drama are blood-related cause I can see some romantic potential in these two.
Additionally, both So Min and Daniel also pose whimsically in their respective pictorials for Céci, while Daniel can also be seen on the pages of SURE where he's wearing different kinds of prints.