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nabi wrote: »
What Did ‘Fashion King’s Yoo Ah In Say on the Identity of His Character’s Killer?
2012-05-31 11:42 l CJ E&M enewsWorld Stewart Ho
Fashion King’s dramatic ending left many viewers feeling divided but Yoo Ah In has opened up on the ending.
Appearing on the May 30 broadcast of SBS’ One Night of TV Entertainment, Yoo Ah In was interviewed on the streets of Hongdae.
Asked about Fashion King’s ending, in which his character, Young Gul, was shot dead by a mysterious killer, Yoo Ah In revealed that even he didn’t know the identity of his killer saying, “That’s up to the viewers to interpret. It’s an open ending. I don’t know… I don’t even know.”
Yoo Ah In also revealed a surprising tidbit saying, “Actually we shot the ending in New York during our shoot there even before the drama began airing. As I already knew the ending, I understand Young Gul’s death.”
The mystery continues!
Photo credit: SBS
funnybear1 wrote: »
i read on the korean forum that they're planning fashion king 2
young girl is not dead in fashion king 2!
the shooter is the rich guy
ga young knew he would shoot him
I had to play the last few minutes over again in order to actually believe what I had saw and heard. I then continued to stare at the computer screen saying to myself, "This can't be how this ends!... Was this really the last episode???...What did they just do to me?".
This drama had so many holes in it that you could have driven a double length-semi through them.
This drama was running fine along the train tracks until someone decided to place some dynamite in it's path to totally derail it.
A lead actress who had almost no speaking lines leading me to believe that a cat was running around the set with her tongue. The only thing she was allowed to do was to dart her eyes around which always happened when she lied about something or felt guilty.
A lead male who I thought was to become, "The Fashion King", and the hero of this story.
The writer's show us the past and how these two met, but the lead actress is never allowed to have the light bulb turned on in her head?
The strained, brutal relationship between the Chairman and his son. No words of encouragement ever in order to be able to run the business successfully in the future.......BUT.....A story told from the bible about a King committing murder to gain a servant's wife by the Chairman to his son....and these words are taken literally, and we're taken from a story about the fashion industry to murder?
This drama should come with a warning before the viewing of the first episode. It should say, "This drama contains contents which will eventually cause your head to feel as though it's been shoved into a brick wall causing severe damage to your brain."
the biggest failure in this drama was how they created and re-created Young Gul's character..it was pretty much acceptable that he has that grudge over Jung jae hyuk as well as his greed for money but to abandon Ga Young over and over was a bit too much. I didn't like the fact as well that Ga Young was easily swayed to love both man and say that she only love Young Gul but never stand on his side against Jae Hyuk.I anticipated a lot from Yoo Ah In here after watching him in other drama I thought that he'll have a great exposure here but the story was a real mess..How could they call him Fashion King when in the end he was merely a cheater and been murdered? for me it really doesn't make any sense at all...
I am still laughing at the end of this Drama. I usually give up on crappy dramas, but I persevered, because I thought there was something more and the drama would find it self at some point. It never did.This drama had nothing to do with "Fashion King" as both men made decisions based on their emotions and competitiveness over one woman.Then the end. I'm all for making a dramatic statement, but it as to fit into the story.