kim sun ah – abbyinhallyuland
Posts about kim sun ah written by abbyinhallyuland. The Lonely Shining Goblin (Gong Yoo, Lee Dong Wook and Kim Go Eun He believed that relationship a game of power and she sought advice from him, as she doesn't want to get. See more. Lee Dong Wook Lee Da Hae, Lee Dong Wook, Kim Sun Ah, Joo Foto Lee Dong Wook dan Kim Sun Ah di Serial 'Scent of a Woman' - Foto 2 dari I think in a way, Sunny also sacrificed herself, this time for Eun Tak's sake. I mean , she's the only one remembering EVERYTHING, yet she can't met her lover.
The always curious heroine took charge in taking care of her lead man in the most part of the story. The quirky interaction of the lead couple until reaching the eventual love zone was something you would root for while you are watching the narrative. Having spent most of her time in the convent Mi Nam worked hard to adapt in a new world of cohabiting with her fellow band members.
The second lead also made an impressive showing to shake the official love pairing.
I think this is also was the start of me stalking Hong sisters dramas. The refreshing tone and the campus romance drew smiles and sigh in me as Lee Shin suited up to his campus hearthrob role effortlessly and effectively. The music, the youthful vibe, the college setting dates endeared this drama to me. Maybe because it just went free flowing and did not exert effort in placing overly conceived central conflict. Yeorum is a furniture maker who was caught between her present boyfriend and her first love.
You will thank me later after you watch it. Another Oh Hae Young was the best romance drama for banking on its realistic approach on the frustrations and bliss of trusting the love willingly given to someone only to be disappointed for not reciprocating it well.
The hot kisses, the brave heroine and the weird journey on how fate intertwined the love couples were some of the things you would love in this drama. The love-fueled-mind-reading ability of Heo Joon Jae was a favorite twist of mine in this drama. I got a lot of laugh trips from those scenes. The writing was almost perfect except from that last episode auto pilot ending. This is the third Hong sisters entry on my list and the trademark smart humor on the writing was evident.
Gong Hyo Jin as always brings out any character given to her. The romance was an added bonus, but when I look back it is really the cute bromance that sealed this drama in my kdrama memory compartment. What more can you ask for? The polished storytelling and amazing cast portrayal nailed a quintessential drama that you can share with your grandchildren in the future.
A ghost-seeing woman has been burdened by her ability all her life. When she finally bumped with the person who can shield her from the compelling ghost request she keeps getting with and without her warrant, she stuck by the prickly rich department store owner and soon after developed a relationship with him. An actress helped him to adapt to contemporary living and they eventually fell in love with each other. It was so severe that I watched all Ji Chang Wook dramas even the ones that were not worth watching.
The love progression was steady and engaging in this drama and you bet I was in dreamy land after that Healer hideout kissing binge. It created an international cult following especially on the teens and the early-twenties. This is the drama I will make my daughter watch when she goes to college so she can have an idea of the perfect college boyfriend. The following text contains many spoilers to the series] The story begins in in the United States, with two child street beggars, Jayden and Ju-han, who are coerced to produce earnings by a criminal gang.
Having failed to produce enough takings, the boys were given a beating by the gang. In all the chaos, Jayden accidentally shoots the boss of the gang and passes out. A man with a walking cane, Lee Joong-goo Lee Deok-hwa then takes Jayden in and tells him about his past. The man claims that Ah Sung-won, the chairman of a luxurious hotel in South Korea named Hotel Ciel, is Jayden's father who abandoned him and his mother.
Jayden then vows to avenge his father for his actions and takes on a new name - Cha Jae-wan.
Tag: kim sun ah
Fast forward over 20 years. On the launch day of a pool section of the hotel, Cha Jae-wan tells Ah Sung-won that he is his son whom he abandoned. However, Ah Sung-won denies the accusations made against him. Jae-wan demands that the chairman accepts this fact, and then gives him time to think.
Unfortunately, Ah Sung-won suspiciously commits suicide by falling from his office. After his death, his daughter Ah Mo-ne Lee Da-hae shows up at the hotel. She acts arrogant and uninterested towards Hotel Ciel's management affairs, but Mo-ne is actually trying to get to the bottom of her father's suspicious death.
She also recalls her father's last words: Not to trust anyone in the hotel. She constantly clashes with Cha Jae-wan over a series of attempt of trying to prove that her father did not commit suicide. Jae-wan is torn between his sympathy for his sister and his lifelong ambition to take over Hotel Ciel.
During the company dinner, Mo-ne claims that her father has been forced to take anti-psychotic pills which were not supposed to be taken together. Jae-wan looks into the truth and discovers that the pills were indeed Lee Joong-goo's doing. He then threatens Joong-goo not to harm Mo-ne. On her first day in-charge, Mo-ne loses her emerald bracelet, which was a gift from her father and accuses an employee of stealing her bracelet, resulting in his dismissal.
At night, the frustrated employee tries to set fire to the hotel kitchen but Mo-ne succeeds in talking him out of it. However, an arsonist ignites the fire, trapping Mo-ne and the employee inside.
Lee Dong Wook Talks About Kim Sun Ah, Tango, and His Bucket List
Cha Jae-wan was able to save them from the bursting flames but tells Sunwoo Hyun not to reveal to anyone that he was there. Eventually, Mo-ne realizes that she had misunderstood Jae-wan and goes to apologize to him at his company home.
There she accidentally sees the wounds and old scars on his body. This causes Mo-ne to have a change of perception towards Jae-wan. She decides to learn from him in order to achieve the profit target and moves into the company house beside Jae-wan's. As time passes, the two grow closer and fall for each together. Jae-wan becomes tormented and pushes Mo-ne away. Although he does reciprocate her feelings, he knows something she does not - that they are half-siblings.
Later, Jae-wan discovers that the paternity test result proving that his relationship with Ah Sung-won, has been falsified by Lee Joong-goo. The two proceeds in a romantic relationship. Jae-wan is dumbfounded by this revelation and chooses to keep the secret to himself. When Jae-wan goes to meet Mo-ne that night, she brings him to a cottage called Little Ciel, which is run by her father's ex-chauffeur and they both spend a day there.
Hotel King - Wikipedia
Unfortunately, Mo-ne is arrested by the police the next morning because she had approved of a sports event in the hotel, which unknowingly turned out to be a fraud.
Cha Jae-wan is forced to return to Lee Joong-goo's side to secure Mo-ne's release. He also returns to his former icy self and goes against Mo-ne's efforts to build her father's dream Culture Park. Jae-wan does this in order to keep his enemy close and Jae-wan has been plotting a way to bring down Lee Joong-goo once and for all.
A confused Mo-ne still chooses to trust Jae-wan, but her trust slowly wavers as his actions become more and more unjustified. Mo-ne seeks the advice of Manager Baek Mi-nyeo in order to save her father's dream. To do so, she must acquire the piece of land owned by a farm chairman who turns out to be Sunwoo Hyun's father as well as attain the support of Roman Lee to invest in her project.
In the end, Jae-wan manages to trick Lee Joong-goo by striking a deal with the farm chairman and Roman Lee. Lee Joong-goo is arrested by the police and is stripped off all his personal assets and belongings.
Nevertheless, the story is far from a happy ending. Lee Joong-goo tells Mo-ne that Jae-wan is his son and threatens to drag him to prison with him if Mo-ne does not bail him out. Despite feeling betrayed that she fell in love with the son of her father's killer, Mo-ne bails Joong-goo out. However, she tells Jae-wan that she does not want to see him again and sacks him as general manager.