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[Drama 2018] Mr. Sunshine, 미스터 션샤인 - Winner of Critics’ Choice Award for Drama category

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@rubie, here's a selfie photo of David Lee McInnis (Kyle) at the wrap up party.

 

 

Hi @lilcrash It's been awhile we meet at a soompi drama thread, very good to see you here. Thanks for the selfie highlights of Kyle.. indeed, quite a number of them have appeared on IG. Looks like he's back to his rugged with a clean-cut (almost) beard-less image. :lol:

 

Too bad that the wrap party was without the 3 male leads (plus a few others) but most of the cast attended, thankfully! This is probably the only and last time they're able to gather after a year filming together. There might be promo events later as well as the awards ceremony but not all will participate.

 

Anyway, it's good that the production have concluded successfully.. lets hope the finale will be a really memorable ending as well. With 6 episodes to go, the cast and crew will have to zip their lips on what's to happen in (fictional) MR.SUNSHINE apart from the obvious reality.

 

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First, hello and thanks for having me! I am new to the board and totally obsessed with the show. Here's to lively discussions!  :blush: 

 

I have a  theory about the haircut:

 

DM had finally chosen a side and wants to join the RA by any means necessary. I think EC had TONS to do with this but that is a topic for another post.

 

He confronts AS and tells her flat out "I want to be of use to you (either in RA or not) even if you hate me" (queue the haircut). He knows, that she knows, of his feelings for her. Cutting her hair was sort of selfless. He knew she would hate him for it and he was willing to give up his personal agenda to join the RA and protect her and Joseon.  I agree that the haircut is also symbolic and may signal a change in her status. She is officially a spinster and her family is in peril. It liberates her and signals a  'coming of age'  and  frees her up to follow her heart and mission with RA (and hopefully a future with EC!).

 

 

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By cutting her hair, it looks like DM despises AS and is not working for lord Go. Yes, I didn't like his action but the consequence of it could be that Colonel Takashi Mori is inclined to see DM as an ally and could even prefer DM over LWI. Let us not forget that Takashi Mori looks down on Korean people hence he has no problem to treat them badly. LWI might support the Japanese, however he always thought that he is using them than the other way around. The way he talked behind Takashi Mori's back, unaware that the latter would understand revealed his true thoughts. However, DM has been living differently. Not only did he cut ties with Joseon, he also adopted the Japanese culture: he has a kimono and is using a sword. Hence the Japanese Colonel could see more affinities working with him than with LWI. This would explain why he would visit DM. Honestly, I have more and more the impression that DM could start working for RA as a spy, when on the surface he would be a minion of the Japanese. The fact that he was shot would erase any doubt about his fidelity to the Japanese. 

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This scene is so underrated. The part he had to restraint himself from doing anything else to her in the 2nd gif. The first time he really wanted someone, but decides to be a gentleman and let her go. Knowing that he had no right to, and that he can never have her. BYH aced this scene his acting was too damn good. 

 

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8 minutes ago, blademan said:

This scene is so underrated. The part he had to restraint himself from doing anything else to her in the 2nd gif. The first time he really wanted someone, but decides to be a gentleman and let her go. Knowing that he had no right to, and that he can never have her. BYH aced this scene his acting was too damn good. 

UGH thanks for posting those gifs and bringing up their break up scene, it was definitely one of the highlights of the episode. Watching it, my heart shattered into pieces, SH's character is really the one getting better and better every episode, showing us sides completely worthy of falling in love. The way he is so selfless and ready to give up his interests for the sake of his loved ones is so beautiful and an example. It really breaks my heart to see him so vulnerable and sad, we can see that he genuinely cares for AS and loves her.

And yes, BYH is killing it with his amazing acting, you can feel the pain and all the emotions 

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May write more about my thoughts on episode 17 and 18 later. Meanwhile, enjoy some cute fan art of Mr Sunshine.

 

Credit to respective IG owners below.

 

 

 

 

 

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@bebebisous33 @linygirl1 The fact the confrontation was done for pubic display seems deliberate and contradicted their good encounter previously.  DM did get a glimpse of Sang-Mok as the shooter.  I'm still at loss of Sang-Mok's reason, whether his act is under order of Minister Lee +/- Eun Sang.   Why shoot DM who is of no true value to their cause?  They were shots intended to kill. Colonel Mori is looking to set up law and order in Joseon. He's more of a hardliner and doesn't trust LWI.  Mori is also looking to start Japanese propaganda via HS's newspaper.  If HS agrees to go along while secretly supporting RA, he will have to endure the hate from the Joseon people once again under different circumstances as a traitor.    A change of authority often means an opportunity to realign loyalty so the chess pieces are moving again.

 

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2 hours ago, bedifferent said:

 

@bebebisous33 @linygirl1 The fact the confrontation was done for pubic display seems deliberate and contradicted their good encounter previously.  DM did get a glimpse of Sang-Mok as the shooter.  I'm still at loss of Sang-Mok's reason, whether his act is under order of Minister Lee +/- Eun Sang.   Why shoot DM who is of no true value to their cause?  They were shots intended to kill. Colonel Mori is looking to set up law and order in Joseon. He's more of a hardliner and doesn't trust LWI.  Mori is also looking to start Japanese propaganda via HS's newspaper.  If HS agrees to go along while secretly supporting RA, he will have to endure the hate from the Joseon people once again under different circumstances as a traitor.    A change of authority often means an opportunity to realign loyalty so the chess pieces are moving again.

 

It is because SM didn't know what DM did for AS and her grandfather. Moreover, SM somehow revealed things to DM in the past and he knew that he should have died instead of revealing things. By killing DM, he was trying to erase his past mistake. SM is not close to AS and DM to know what the latter is feeling for AS. 

 

Actually, the Japanese Army was the cause for the change in the foreign politics: the dream of a Japanese Empire came from there. So even if it happens later, the writer did a good job to distinguish the different currents existing in Japan. In 1905 Joseon did become a real colony like Takashi Miro had dreamt of, while Ito Hirobumi was more working with the idea to turn Joseon into a protectorate of Japan (see for example the currency project). However, the meeting between Ito Hirobumi and Takashi Miro lets us see that the minister has actually adopted Miro's idea.

Takashi Miro symbolizes the future radicalization of this expansionist politic and treatment towards other Asian people.

Actually, there is something bothering me... why did they turn the French secretary into a Japanese spy? It would have made much more sense if they had chosen a British person because back then, Great-Britain was helping Japan to develop its army and especially its navy fleet. That's also the reason why Japan got involved with WWI as they were supporting GB.   

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My thoughts on episode 18. Apologize for another senseless long posts.

 

-  Confrontation between Takashi and Eugene in Go house was full of tension. The line from Takashi almost boiled my blood. (Kudos to the actor of Takashi.) Before, even LWI seems to be someone Eugene can easily dispatch if needed. But with Takashi, Eugene seems to be at disadvantage. That makes all scenes in episode 18 between Takashi and Eugene full of tension. And I love it.  :sweatingbullets:

 

In episode 1, I thought they're friends, but doesn't look like it's true here. Takashi seems to be very aware of his high status, and look down on lowborn people. As an american, Eugene could be his equal, but as a Joseon person? 

 

- DM lives! Very clever to remember Hina's word about Dr Matsuyama's royalty but pulling bullets without anesthetic, urgh. You're the man, DM. But medically that scene baffled me. I thought DM coughed up blood meaning internal damage? The bullet was stuck right there on skin. 

 

- Hina! I started to have a crush on her. So cool and willy. When none of the DM's men thought about this, Hina figured out Dr's thoughts and fixed it right away. And Haedrio(former slave hunter's agency) apparently did a great job of forging autopsy report. I want to formally request to fix Joseon's fate to that agency.

 

- Scene in US legation, Haman is so cute! I would like to note that I think netflix subtitle here is a bit weak. They started to talk about Stella, but during it changed about why Eugene brought AS to US legation. AS already understands, that it's for her protection. I also loved small light hearted scene of Aeshin's practice book full of Eugene's name! Eugene was so happy. 

 

- Talk between HS and EC at the gate of Glory hotel. Such maturity, and respect between them. On EC's confession to protect AS by not giving up anything......By deciding to protect Aeshin by whatever means necessary, Eugene's protecting Joseon.

 

- I loved grandpa Go. Symbolic statement from grandpa Go.

"You are making a shadow. Japanese should get out of the way between Joseon's King and me"

And this made me so sad. The old principle, old system of Joseon is going away. And grandpa Go told Aeshin 10  years ago that Joseon was falling apart.

 

- So the first article from HS is about scholar's protest about use of Japan currency in Joseon. Grandpa Go's arrest and the news of it galvanized people to go against the use of japanese currency.

 

- All scenes in Aeshin and Eugene were sweet and tender. Letting her have the seat first, then kneeling in front of her holding her eyes... i knew it's not the time for ring, but i half expected it. He's too sweet for my health. And persuading her to keep calm and wait , instead of rushing out to do something. Very mature relationship going on here.

 

- Takashi's interrogation of Stellar(teacher) I laughed about Eugene's remark "You can't go heaven any more" Son of missionary, this Eugene. Again request for get-together and Eugene  denying it. There is something Takashi wants from Eugene, but I can't say for sure what. Trying to control him?

 

- those 4 yangban lads are just.... causes for trouble. they're there to steal rifles to do something... probably trying to assassinate WI, but more than likely fail and add on burdens to Eugene's shoulder. Eugene picked up on their plan a bit so hopefully Eugene will set them straight. 

 

- HS's newspaper sign(a blank panel with flowers). HS said he adapted a poem written by a poet from the Song dynasty in China. The only flower left in his chosen path. 

 

- Meeting between 2 villains! WI is rattled. Takashi started as formal style of korean but turned to informal in the middle. The contempt he feels from WI was so apparent.

So, now grandpa Go is the symbol of Joseon's spirit. Which WI plan to kill to make himself firmly as top of the evil in Joseon. 

 

- King is a decent person but just so powerless.

 

- There's no way for Takashi to avoid coffee PPL either! Power of capitalism. 

- Takashi is very busy in episode 18. And he doesn't like to lose in any situation. Hina's white powder must be the poison. Will she use it to Takashi?

 

- Scene near hunter Jang's hut. Incorrect subtitle in netflix, those are korean police, not japanese police(and that's what Haman said, (korean)police).

I love interaction between WI and Aeshin. She started to avert eyes and her body the moment she realized it's WI. Being totally traditional to cover her hostility. For her brother-in-law Lee Dukmoon, his gesture to hit AS, he's a scum and I want there'll be retribution for him in the future for his treatment of Go family women.(and also being a traitor, of course)

 

WI had Takashi's word on mind and decided to check records of 30 years ago from Japan. Fortunately DM has controls over post office head and police head to intercept it.

 

- I love HS and Takashi's meeting. So funny and cute. I want to have personal HS in my pocket. And again Takashi's so busy!!! to no avail here, thanks to HS. HS obviously doesn't want to be friends with Takashi, notice that he's not clinking glasses this time.

 

- Another scene with military school. Eugene's laughing about exposing himself as lowborn here. The irony! If those 4 had left the school that's problem solved right there. 

- Eugene and Takashi talking, verbally threatening each other. I wanted to note that, NY apartment obviously had thin wall, no better than Glory hotel. Now that Takashi knew connection between Aeshin and Eugene, what'll be Eugene's next step?

 

- Last scene of DM cutting Aeshin's hair. DM loses his cool whenever Aeshin's concerned, Hina already told him that. To believe that Aeshin will stay inside just because of the hair. She may stay inside the house during day, but what stops her from going under man's clothing at night or day? 

I was hoping that this is semi private place, but it's public. I noticed japanese attired woman in the background. So...this is just senseless.

 

 

Preview for episode 19.(subtitle from Netflix)

 

(scene: WI on the ground pinned by the end of stick. * I think that's hunter Jang from the shadow and there is burn scar on his hand)

WI: I'm going to kill you myself, you just wait.

(Crossing a map  with red line. 

(scene: WI indicating attack on horse with his stick. Group of joseon people attacking another group of people, look like from funeral. Possibly, funeral of grandpa Go? Sorry grandpa Go for killing you again and again)

(scene: face of WI, smiling)

AS: If I ever catch a glimpse of you again, I'll kill you myself.

(scene: Takashi and his undering sitting on rocks. Takashi aiming and firing his handgun.)

(scene: AS with her hair tied with white hairband. You can see some short hair on her face, due to DM's unlicensed hair cut.)

Grandpa Go: (to Eugene and? DM?) Please protect Aeshin.

(scene: DM in similar room or different room? connecting to the scene where DM turning over Takashi by his hand holding pistol)

Grandopa GO; A man who will provide protection by any means necessary.

(scene: Eugene searching thru somebody's room, probably Takashi's room? We can see music box on top of the drawers Eugene's searching)

Grandpa Go: And a man who will not allow any mistakes along the way.

(scene: people looking at hanged(?) woman. Eugene and Kyle on horse rushing to the scene? Eugene looking up at Takashi?)

Takashi: You've been making a stand where you shouldn't be.

(scene: Takashi looking down sort of dismayed and half grinning.)

(scene: Eugene holding a gun to a person)

Eugene: Because I'm going to kill you.

(scene: Hina crying with unlit cigarette)

Grandpa Go: Live.

(scene: HS looking up with sad eyes, blood spattered his face and neck.)

Grandpa Go: You must live, Aeshin.

(scene: Aeshin aiming her rifle on the roof, in man's disguise.)

 

 

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I like Hui Seong’s character development the most. In ending his engagement, he can move on to a new phase in his life which is to run his newspaper. And it is not just about protecting Ae Shin although she might have inspired him to do something for Joseon. He did it for himself so that he is doing something worthwhile with his life.

 

This leads me to Eugene. I am captivated by the beautiful relationship between Eugene and Ae Shin and how they are able to cross barriers and boundaries of their different worlds with differences in culture and languages in those days to have a meeting of minds and hearts. I like how far Eugene had come from his original intent to seek revenge for his parents when he first landed in Joseon to his decision to have closure and not to take revenge on Hui Seong and his parents.

 

For the next stage, I like to see him resolve the duality of straddling 2 countries and determine where his home and country should lie whether in America or Joseon and firmly stand on the side of his choice. I would like to see him be more of an idealist and less of a realist. To date, his thoughts are practical, cold and calculated like how he is using the power and might of America to protect Ae Shin. I believe that Eugene can do more than just protecting Ae Shin. Perhaps he could become more involved with the cadets and their fight against the Japanese with the RA.

 

Lastly, Dong Mae, the most controversial character in this drama. I could not root for him  due to his choice to live a life of violence. His other actions are also hard to fathom like how he is obsessed with Ae Shin although she barely as much as glance at him. He lives with a girl but we also cannot fathom what his relationship is with her. When he released the RA guy and when he helped Ae Shin’s Grandfather, I thought perhaps that will be the start of a change in him especially after his arrest and after being shot where he managed to survive only because Eugene and Hui Seong helped him.

 

And then he went to do such a cruel thing by cutting off Ae Shin’s hair in public. It is not acceptable even if he did it to protect her ( so many theories ranging from cutting off her ties with her family who is now in danger, cutting her off from RA and grounding her and making her stay at home etc etc ). The only acceptable reason that I can think of is if Ae Shin’s Grandfather asked him to do it (to cut off her ties to the family). Or if it is part of a plot with RA to spy for RA by working for Colonel Mori or with Lee Wan Ik. In the latter case of spying for the RA, Ae Shin would understand as it is for a bigger cause and she is even prepared to give up her life for the bigger cause.

 

I would like to see Dong Mae end his obsession with Ae Shin and be free to move on to do something for himself and his life, just like how it was with Hui Seong. It would be a good development for me if he joins RA because he wants to do something for Joseon instead of just to protect Ae Shin. A man’s life cannot be all about just protecting a woman or obsessing over her and the drama cannot be just about 3 men protecting a woman, as much as I love Ae Shin.

 

As there are only 6 episodes left, I am beginning to think the drama would be more about how various people come to join the RA but we probably would not see any battles being fought due to the timeline being from 1900 to 1905. 

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@mistymorning

Seems like Dong Mae is in a different room - his dojo where he flips over Takashi.  BUT, the promo is cleverly cut - using a yellow flame on the right of the screen in each scene showing Grandpa Go, Eugene and DM to make it seem like they're in the same room. It could end up being the same room where Grandpa Go talks to them or it could very well be not.

 

Grandpa Go: (to Eugene and? DM?) Please protect Aeshin. 

Grandopa GO; A man who will provide protection by any means necessary. 

Grandpa Go: And a man who will not allow any mistakes along the way.

 

I am intrigued by Grandpa Go's words - whom are they directed at? Only Eugene? Or Eugene and Dong Mae? The point where he says a man who protects in any way and a man who doesn't allow mistakes - the use of the 'and' seems like he is talking about two different men, right? Or maybe he is not actually talking to them but musing out loud about them - although I don't see any scenario where Grandpa Go can even be charitable to DM after what he did to AE shin at the end of E18.

 

@charray

As there are only 6 episodes left, I am beginning to think the drama would be more about how various people come to join the RA but we probably would not see any battles being fought due to the timeline being from 1900 to 1905. 

 

I say this very politely but I don't get the insistence of some of the fans for more RA and RA related activities to take center stage. The root of this story is a romance between a lowborn foreigner and an aristocrat lady. The RA, Japan's slow annexation of Joseon etc are just providing the backdrop/setting for this romance. In other words, the RA and its activities etc are secondary to the plot.

 

like to see him resolve the duality of straddling 2 countries and determine where his home and country should lie whether in America or Joseon and firmly stand on the side of his choice

 

In Eugene's own words from E18, the best thing for him is to be a loyal American soldier, through and through. Given the volatile times that Joseon is headed towards, there is no benefit to Eugene in committing himself to being a Joseon man now - it only places him at a disadvantage. The Americans may never fully accept him but Eugene can use his identity as an American citizen both to his benefit and the benefit of Ae Shin, should, nay, when the need arises. He is far better better placed to affect outcomes as an American than as a Joseonite.

 

The only acceptable reason that I can think of is if Ae Shin’s Grandfather asked him to do it (to cut off her ties to the family).

 

Why would Grandpa Go willingly deprive Ae Shin of the protection/safety/security that comes from being a member of a noble family. But I do admit that It is a possibility.

 

Or if it is part of a plot with RA to spy for RA by working for Colonel Mori or with Lee Wan Ik. In the latter case of spying for the RA, Ae Shin would understand as it is for a bigger cause and she is even prepared to give up her life for the bigger cause.

 

Too convoluted. Why would the RA suddenly start trusting Dong Mae and use him to spy on Mori or WI? From what we have been shown,the  Potter is a very very careful and shrewd guy - he has cultivated the RA members over years and years. No way would he risk that by working with someone new like Dong Mae.

 

Dong Mae end his obsession with Ae Shin and be free to move on to do something for himself and his life

 

I had been hoping to see this happen gradually but now I feel that this is never going to happen. Him changing now would give me whiplash. My understanding is that the man is beyond repair when it comes to his obsession. It will be the end of him - which if you think about it is downright pathetic.

 

A man’s life cannot be all about just protecting a woman or obsessing over her and the drama cannot be just about 3 men protecting a woman.

 

True words spoken. But unfortunately, it seems like the writer doesn't see it this way.

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@charray To me, DM has changed compared to the beginning because now, he is no longer indifferent to what is happening in Joseon. In the beginning, he was only focused on money and revenge. Now, he is the friend of HS and EC. Even if he is still cold and cynical, EC and HS are able to see that he does care. Sure, he is still ruthless but it was for this reason that Japanese trusted him first. To me, he will be the one who will be put in the most dangerous and difficult position, if my theory is correct. On the surface... the enemy of Joseon, while in reality, leaking info to the RA. That's why he said in my opinion, even if the world becomes his enemy... he would do anything for her. At the end, DM will have to die because he will get caught. 

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When Kim Eun-sook recently announced her latest project, "Mr. Sunshine", she added that she already had an actor in mind for the lead role. She probably had some inkling at the time that the latest in a long line of enviable leading men would be Lee Byung-hun. Set in the early 1900s.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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3 hours ago, bebebisous33 said:

@charray To me, DM has changed compared to the beginning because now, he is no longer indifferent to what is happening in Joseon. In the beginning, he was only focused on money and revenge. Now, he is the friend of HS and EC. Even if he is still cold and cynical, EC and HS are able to see that he does care. Sure, he is still ruthless but it was for this reason that Japanese trusted him first. To me, he will be the one who will be put in the most dangerous and difficult position, if my theory is correct. On the surface... the enemy of Joseon, while in reality, leaking info to the RA. That's why he said in my opinion, even if the world becomes his enemy... he would do anything for her. At the end, DM will have to die because he will get caught. 

 

He will die for DM like stopping a bullet or jumping in front of her something like that..

 

I love DM the most even though im not watching this drama still know whats going on and plan to watch after its finished.

 

I would love a video once this drama is over of him and AS i think those scenes have the most tension and impact for me. 

 

 

 

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1 hour ago, margeritta said:

When Kim Eun-sook recently announced her latest project, "Mr. Sunshine", she added that she already had an actor in mind for the lead role. She probably had some inkling at the time that the latest in a long line of enviable leading men would be Lee Byung-hun. Set in the early 1900s.

 

Found the article posted on 2017-06-04.

 

KES "For main lead role in next project, (I am) considering actors between in his 30s or 40s... Needs someone who's good at english"

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Moreover, writer Kim said "It is a story about a man who's a US officer came back later to his motherland who had abandoned him.".. "Because of this background, we need someone who's good at English"....

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From Writer Kim's agency, VP Baek said "Writer seems to considering either age of 30s or 40s for main lead."...

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Last 29th interview with daily sports, writer Kim revealed "I have someone I'm imagining in my mind"... "Main lead role has very strong narrative, he's a character with broad range of emotions, I want to cast someone who's really great in acting."

 

Then on Jun-24th, 2017, we got official news of casting LBH as main lead role.

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It's confirmed. MR.SUNSHINE is bad for health. It increases heart rate, raises blood and sugar levels. It also added much stress on a weekly basis. th_protest.gif

 

Thank you @mistymorning for episode 18 recap. It's like a soompi drama mini-recap & review, if we had one. Simple and straightforward. Notice that unlike other dramas airing at the same duration, there's no soompi recap or those "Favorite Moments/Why We Like (insert drama)" articles on the main site for MR.SUNSHINE. But I suppose we can guess why. ;)

 

Clip: Mr.Sunshine Netflix

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4 hours ago, Susie Derkins said:
 

I am just gonna leave this tweet here for everyone to scratch their head because I am confused. :crazy:

 

A man who will protect AeShin by any means. (eugene checked)

A man who will not allow any mistake along the way (eugene checked)

If you check the background, grandpa is obviously talking only to EC. 

A fantastic MV of EuShin just to ease the tense from last episode.

 

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Re: Takashi Mori 

Translation credit: DDOBOJA

 

September 3, 2018

 

Actor Kim Nam Hee from 'Mr. Sunshine' to get married this month

 

Original Source (OSEN via Naver): Kim Nam Hee, strong impression for being 'Mr. Sunshine' villain → getting married on the 29th, 'flower path reserved'

 

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1. [+786, -3] Acting genius..... I really thought he was Japanese

2. [+418, -8] When he gives the ring to the ride: "This is yours, right?" (t/n: It's his line from 'Mr. Sunshine' when he shows the music box to Lee Byung Hun LOL)

3. [+224, -3] His awkward Korean speaking acting.... It's mustn't be easy, I'm watching in awe 

4. [+109, -1] He's acting as a Japanese whose acting in the Korean language ㄷㄷㄷ (t/n: Basically, he's a Korean actor who's playing a Japanese character who's pretending to speak Korean awkwardly because of the Japanese role)

5. [+61, -1] I thought he was Japanese...  

 

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