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LND Feb 26 2016 10:12 pm He's such a funny husband and a great father on Oh! My Baby. Hahah! The interaction of him and his wife Jung Si Ah cracked me up. If you haven't seen him on variety show (Oh! My Baby) you should see because he shows his real personality. His children are so cute and funny

mariusz5692 Mar 16 2013 7:59 am Congratulations for his very good acting in "God of War". It has only been the first episode with Manjun being the Overlord and I can say he's the best villain I've seen in Korean Dramas since Suyang, in "The Princess' Man".

'K' received three months of vacation. Last month, she was admitted to the hospital due to stress and ended up taking a leave. She'd been in a dispute with Baek Yoon-sik and his sons, so it would have been tough for her to be active as a reporter.

'K' was in the news as Baek's girlfriend and was the center of attention of everyone. However, she called for a press conference last month and mentioned the conflicts she was going through with Baek and claimed she was abused by his sons Baek Do-bin and Baek Seo-bin . The two claimed these weren't true and said they would get accurate legal judgments. 'K' then said last month that she wouldn't forgive Baek Yoon-sik and set a legal case against him.

Actor Baek Yoon-sik , 66, is dating a TV reporter almost 30 years his junior, which has caused some of his friends to express concern about the couple's significant age gap.

According to his management agency Namoo Actors on Friday, they first met in summer 2012 through mutual acquaintances when Baek was working on a project for a terrestrial TV station. They have no plans to get married at this point, it added.

Baek has two sons, Do-bin and Seo-bin, both of whom are actors from his previous marriage. The former's wife, Jeong Si-ah , is also an actress. They were already aware of Baek's relationship and are supportive of it, the agency said.

Having played leading and supporting roles in various films, Baek recently appeared in " The Face Reader " alongside Kim Hye-soo , Lee Jeong-jae and Song Kang-ho . The movie has already drawn 200 million moviegoers since it was released last Wednesday.

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Yi Deok-hye, the last royal member of Korea’s Joseon Dynasty, spent her whole life in captivity and exile, an archetypal damsel-in-distress with no fairy-tale ending. “ The Last Princess ,” directed by Hur Jin-ho (“Christmas in August”) with the old-school romanticism of Hollywood classics like “Anastasia” (1956), focuses on her desperate attempts to return to her homeland. A heart-rending lead performance by Son Ye-jin graces the heavily wrought melodrama with true pathos. Since opening, the film has reigned at the domestic box office and should crown its run with multiple overseas releases, including a Stateside bow.

The screenplay by Hur, Lee Han-eol, and Seo Yoo-min, based on Kwon Bi-young’s novel of the same title, spans the protagonist’s life, from her pampered childhood in Seoul’s Changdeok palace, to enforced residence in Japan and repatriation in old age. It’s part of a recent wave of colonial dramas helmed by Korea’s most prominent directors (Park Chan-wook’s “The Handmaiden,” Kim Jee-woon’s “The Age of Shadows,” Choi Dong-hoon’s “Assassination”) that have shifted from condemning Japanese atrocity to exposing the iniquity of Korean lackeys of imperialism, revealing how, instead of being tried for treason, they went on to run the government in the “liberated” country.

The story proper starts in Tokyo, where the grown-up and gorgeously turned-out princess (Son) re-encounters Kim Jang-han (Park Hae-il), to whom she was betrothed in childhood. Ostensibly a high-flying officer in the Imperial Japanese Army, he actually works with Deok-hye’s nephew Prince Yi Woo (Go Soo, cutting a dashing, aristocratic figure) in the underground independence movement. Time after time, they try to devise a scheme for Deok-hye, her brother, Crown Prince Yi Eun (Park Soo-young), and his Japanese wife, Princess Masako, to escape to Shanghai. Yet Han keeps thwarting them.

For a director who’d rested his reputation on gentle, introverted, contemporary love stories like “April Snow” (which also stars Son) or “Happiness,” Hur generously doles out flag-waving nationalism and torrid romance in equal measure. Still, audiences will be easily swept along by the compelling historical background and the character’s fates. For instance, a scene in which Deok-hye gives a speech to Korean slave-laborers, though melodramatic, is deeply stirring because it’s depicted as the moment when the young woman discovers her role as an inspirational figurehead for her downtrodden nation.

In depicting the political treachery that ruled her life, Hur defines Deok-hye’s ordeal in terms of repeated loss — her country; her father; her mother, whose deathbed she couldn’t’ attend; her devoted lady-in-waiting Bok-mi (Ra Mi-ran); and literally everyone she grows to care about, until her sense of self and grip on reality finally dissolve. Her suffering reaches the breaking point in a truly wrenching parting scene at the beach, the climax of a secret operation, which sets hearts racing like the best spy thrillers.

The period narrative is interwoven with a 1960s thread, whereby Kim Jang-han, now a journalist in post-independence South Korea, goes back to Tokyo to look for Deok-hye. Just as Jang-han’s romantic interest in his fiancée was fictional, it was a reporter named Kim Eul-han who was instrumental in lobbying President Rhee Sing-man to repatriate the princess. However, by merging the two figures, the script gives continuity to the protagonists’ love, adding emotional heft to the reappearance of Deok-hye after nearly 30 years. That the new republic forbade the return of the royal bloodline in order to consolidate its own legitimacy is well  documented in the film. Here it serves to reinforce the princess’s tragic fate of being spurned by her own country.

Son, whose beauty and choice of overtly commercial projects have often eclipsed her acting talent, gives a career-best performance, encompassing Deok-hye’s bright-eyed determination to fight for personal and national independence, and her gradual loss of hope in the face of insurmountable odds. It’s a pity, though, that Hur hasn’t explored in depth the entangled issues of family ties and national interests governing the relationships between Deok-hye, Prince Eun, and Masako.

Under Japanese colonial rule, she is taken to Japan as a hostage. With the era's harsh conditions, she struggles to maintain the hope of the Korean people. Jang-Han ( Park Hae-Il ) is a fighter for Korean independence. His mission is to bring Princess Deokhye back to South Korea and he also loves her. 

Lee Seo Hwa Jan 05 2017 2:54 am It would be better when Suho from exo can take a role of Yi Woo ! :,,) Suho looks exactly like the late Yi Woo!

KoranAddict Jan 03 2017 11:09 pm wow. amazing movie, loved this movie without expecting much. i would definitely recommend this movie, great cast and great acting from all the actors! 5 stars!!!

yybb Dec 08 2016 1:20 pm Great movie but very painful story. The pain of the princess was extremly. Son Ye Jin really deliver it at all scene, especially when she is desperate and then laugh. i rate 8/10. you guys must watch this movie.

Nita Nov 21 2016 5:02 am Great movie! Just had to get used to their Joseon lol cause the Joseon I'm used too didn't have cars since the era ended in1897 and in other historicals, I've never seen cars in them! Really cool! But didn't I see where it said 1961 in the movie? Gonna have to go back and check hahaha!

veegemdoll Nov 09 2016 12:46 pm This is definitely a must-watch! Cried a river of tears in this movie. I need not skip some scenes because each second feels soooo important to watch. Kudos to this team! I admit that I wanted to watch it because of Kim So Hyun, but the entire cast as a whole made me fall in love, wail, and cry all over again.

Ann Nov 05 2016 5:09 pm Very sad movie. Made me cry into tears. Very great acting and portrayal of the characters! Also very moving! Son Ye Jin eonni! Fighting! <3 <3 <3



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'K' received three months of vacation. Last month, she was admitted to the hospital due to stress and ended up taking a leave. She'd been in a dispute with Baek Yoon-sik and his sons, so it would have been tough for her to be active as a reporter.

'K' was in the news as Baek's girlfriend and was the center of attention of everyone. However, she called for a press conference last month and mentioned the conflicts she was going through with Baek and claimed she was abused by his sons Baek Do-bin and Baek Seo-bin . The two claimed these weren't true and said they would get accurate legal judgments. 'K' then said last month that she wouldn't forgive Baek Yoon-sik and set a legal case against him.

Actor Baek Yoon-sik , 66, is dating a TV reporter almost 30 years his junior, which has caused some of his friends to express concern about the couple's significant age gap.

According to his management agency Namoo Actors on Friday, they first met in summer 2012 through mutual acquaintances when Baek was working on a project for a terrestrial TV station. They have no plans to get married at this point, it added.

Baek has two sons, Do-bin and Seo-bin, both of whom are actors from his previous marriage. The former's wife, Jeong Si-ah , is also an actress. They were already aware of Baek's relationship and are supportive of it, the agency said.

Having played leading and supporting roles in various films, Baek recently appeared in " The Face Reader " alongside Kim Hye-soo , Lee Jeong-jae and Song Kang-ho . The movie has already drawn 200 million moviegoers since it was released last Wednesday.

Watch: EXID Takes 3rd Win For “L.I.E” On “The Show,” Performances by way of Baek A Yeon, U-KISS, Luna, And Moreilmare42 June 14, 2016 0 EXID has grabbed their 3rd trophy for their newestmusic “L.I.E”!