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[Drama 2018] Where Stars Land / Fox Bride Star ★ 여우각시별

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7 hours ago, millicom said:

Ending is quite disappointing.  So many loose ends.

1) What happened to YG’s dad? 

2) Was YG adopted?

 

Sorry if this has been pointed out before, but I suddenly just pieced it together myself while daydreaming. In the drama YR says ‘I was born in the summer, but my favorite season is the fall because ….. I met my mother and father in the fall. When I was born, I had to wait to meet my parents.’  I thought it meant she was born prematurely, but it’s sort of obvious here that she was adopted  *facepalms*. 

 

@bajing I totally agreed with everything in your post about why the ending was disappointing. When the drama got closer to the end with no resolution between the OTP in sight, every scene with IW was incredibly irritating. 

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8 hours ago, samecut123 said:

 

They're not blood related. Yang is just reminded of her sister's disability similar to LSY. Her sister also wants to be normal despite her disability. Yang didn't had the chance to protect her so she's trying to protect LSY this time. Though, nothing tells us how they met actually. There are just some things left untold.

 

Anyway, after watching it with subs now, I'm not that discontented anymore like last night. It's still a happy ending. Grateful for that. Thanks everyone! We had a great discussion! :)

Yes, true..., there are some things left untold and nothing tell us too how Yang & Jang know each other.

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11 hours ago, USAFarmgirl said:

 

After reading all the latest posts here my mind wonders if it wasn't brilliant in them not showing his face just look at how many people are still talking about it and how unique it actually made the ending... Whether you like or not...

 

I think it's her reaction and all that we had seen up until that point that makes his face less important...  In a way the writer was allowing us and our faith in them and their love story to carry us through right to the end. 

In believing not with our eyes but instead with our hearts.

 

  The amount of clues they gave us.  Such as the nervous way in which she was rushing around the airport, that over excited feeling of not being able to get to him fast enough.  When she has waited for him what must have felt like a lifetime. Then seeing that familiar hand, back , haircut and even the way in which he stands.  Including a robot that loved to follow him around who seemed to have gotten refurbished and a new improved look too.

 

The thing we often forget is that love isn't something you can hold or even touch its seen and felt like in the look of her glistening eyes and that soft giggle coming from deep inside as she started to cry.  It was that relief in knowing his face and those shiny shoes and his fingers moving in excitement too.  It was watching her running towards him with a smile that completely covered her face.  How could I have needed a face for no other could have caused such a reaction. 

No other could take his place...

 

 It's those arms wrapped up in each other and his arm all brand new.

it's the knowing he came back to claim her and her promise that she would be waiting.

And it was true...

:heart:

 

 

 

I just have to agree to this. Even with all the undeniable plot holes, these are the simple things that I appreciate after watching the whole episode with subs. After all my rants (mostly in my head), I still love the drama overall even the end scene. One thing I remember in episode 1, it was HYR who is telling the story from the beginning so yeah, it's her point of view. 

 

Episode 1 HYR Narration

A long time ago, my father had told me this.
There's no such thing as coincidence.
Everything happens...
for a reason.
That was the fate of that day.
It just happened to rain right at that moment.
He just happened...
to be standing there.
Then something unbelievable happened.
There's no such thing as coincidence.
Everything happens...
for a reason.

 

Final Episode HYR Narration

Numerous stars passed by today.
A place where they keep passing by.
To that fox bride star,
he came back.
 

These type of narration; I appreciate the writer for the continuity until the end.:)

 

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21 hours ago, annie1234 said:

 

Hmmm it’s still a mystery why they didn’t show his face. Maybe they wanted to show his face but the duration was up so they need to cut it :joy: or maybe Lee Je Hoon got huge pimple on his face that day :joy: 

 

But glad to know that it was Lee Soo Yeon and it was Lee Je Hoon who stood there. :lol:

 

 

I had a similar thought, maybe he got in a bar fight and was badly bruised. 

 

But really how big must that pimple be that they couldn't even show a 1/2 of his face.

 

[At first I thought the army had come and got him, then I checked his age are realized it couldn't be the army's fault.]

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my fave scene

 

 

 

after all dissapointment rushed ending and untold story, it make me realized where the stars land/fox bride star actually the story about main couple han yo reum and lee soo yeon love story,how they meet and falling in love. They both have disabilities ,yo reum always fails with anything,bullying victim at school,divorced parents .same with lee soo yeon (disable body,divorced parents) and just like han yo reum said its was fate that bring their together.

the airport,family,friends and ect  are just added for their story.

 

it makes me wanna watch it again from the start and just the main couple interaction.

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Anyone can see the whole Epilogue?

Unfortunately it's not available in my country :bawling:

 

 

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6 hours ago, samecut123 said:

After all my rants (mostly in my head), I still love the drama overall even the end scene. One thing I remember in episode 1, it was HYR who is telling the story from the beginning so yeah, it's her point of view. 

 

Episode 1 HYR Narration

A long time ago, my father had told me this.
There's no such thing as coincidence.
Everything happens...
for a reason.
That was the fate of that day.
It just happened to rain right at that moment.
He just happened...
to be standing there.
Then something unbelievable happened.
There's no such thing as coincidence.
Everything happens...
for a reason.

 

Final Episode HYR Narration

Numerous stars passed by today.
A place where they keep passing by.
To that fox bride star,
he came back.
 

These type of narration; I appreciate the writer for the continuity until the end.:)

It is this kind of beautiful writings that sent me to non-stop head-desk with the way the drama is wrapped up. Whyyyyy? PD-nim, whyyyyy? Sigh..... I trust that the writer has written a beautiful drama, but due to time constraint, the PD has to chose which scene to include and which to cut. I do hope in consultation with the writer.... Sigh again....

 

I can't access naver from where I am too. So when was the epilogue shown?

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The epilogue was uploaded just today. I wish they'll put it on youtube or anyone volunteers to upload it. I think it's more than 4 minutes. 

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I found a great alternative ending in the comments on Dramabeans by JustMe:

 

 

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I couldn’t care less what happens to In Woo or what actually happened to him.  In Woo is caught by the police and apparently there’s a big smuggling operation going on the airport and the gangsters are behind it. They all go to jail. In Woo is sentenced to 10 years in prison. Lee Seo Yoon’s character visits him (once) in his wheelchair. And for the first time, In Woo breaks into tears (remorse?idk but that’s the only redemption you get from me).

*There is no year time jump.*

 

Yeorum’s boss (the lady idk her name) gets promoted.

The guy in charge of transportation quits and opens his own limousine business with the big guys. It’s successful.

Yeo rum’s friend (Yo Seob? You know, the second lead), instead of going on a trip and saying that he’ll always be whatever Yeo Rum wants (geez boy), he remains her friend but slowly grows apart from her (you know, life, cuz she has her own issues). Soon after, a young lady starts working in his department (cameo by Park Eun bin?). She’s ditzy and playful but works hard. He’s her sunbae and teaches her how to deal with crises. She looks at him in admiration and he finally knows what it means to be appreciated. They silently steal glances at each other. Dusty is around the corner .

 

Our security couple is dating in secret (Except it’s not so much a secret) Yoo Joung (the girl (i think thats her name)) is transferred to another team. The couple has now upgraded from wearing not only matching colourful socks to wearing matching scarves, matching mitts and eating lunch boxes together.

 

Rewind to that part where Seo Yoon is in bed with Yeo Rum. She asks him if he’d love her if she were physically handicapped. Seo Yoon nods slowly after much though. «Then why can’t you love yourself?» He starts to cry that it’s not fair. Yeo Rum cries with him and agrees. «but what I think is the most not fair is you not giving yourself a chance.» Seo Yoon continues to cry and admits «i cant go back. i dont want to be different.» he pulls out the remote and the wheelchair comes to his bed. He moves himself into it. «this is the real me. and I hate it». She smiles and sits on his lap *WHEELCHAIR KISS*.
«Why can’t you see what I see in you? I see a man on a chair and a woman who loves him no matter what.» She proceeds to confess that she was adopted cuz her real mother did not want her. or something controversial that i cant think up right now (its the secret her schoolmate tried to reveal)
Soo Yeon says it doesn’t matter to him. he says:
«I promise I’ll fix myself no matter what so I can be the man you deserve» (im cringing at myself but Im trying to be true to the content)
Soo Yeon continues to cry and he injects himself with that green light thing.

 

1 month later.

Yeo Rum is walking in the airport. She’s still a messy employee but accepts criticism and learns. She hears dusty. «DUST» «DUST».
She looks to find someone.

She find Seo Yoon in a wheel chair. «I wasn’t able to fix my body» he confesses. Yeo Rum doesn’t care and runs in his lap (2nd wheel chair kiss yo). She hugs him.
Seo Yoon hugs back with BOTH arms.

THE END.

 

 

http://www.dramabeans.com/members/justme/activity/657403/

 

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 I managed to watch the epilogue with a Korean proxy on this site http://www.gomtv.com/15831574

The clips from instagram you posted pretty much cover most of it, the only things they left out is the father hanging the "FoxBride" nameshield in front of the restaurant and coughing; and him sketching the airport at night in the form of a fox head and coughing...      

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Thank you so much for the link! @selen4ever :blush: I was able to watch it. So YR's father died because of illness? Wish we also have subs for that. :D I wonder why they didn't air that. Hmm... 

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[MV] 여우각시별 (Where Stars Land) OST Part.8 프롬 (FROMM) – 여름이 되어 (Be your summer)

 

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20 hours ago, peyutnduy said:

Yes, true..., there are some things left untold and nothing tell us too how Yang & Jang know each other.

Thanks.

Yes, it was so annoying because there was still so many things untold. But at the beginnind it was 20 episodes so why did they cut it to 16? They could make it even 18, it would be amazing! 

We only knew that Mo Ja and Jang Seo Goon were married (or are married). We dont know how Seo Goon met In Woo and So Yeon . We dont know about Han Yeo Reum's father and why was she adopted. 

Its so flustrating! And why they didnt show So Yeon's face at the end .. 

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On 11/27/2018 at 7:58 AM, ktcjdrama said:

@bajing Thank you for voicing out what has been on my mind since last night. I was too upset to sort out my messy-all-over thoughts, esp. still having some work on hand to finish, but I agree with everything you said! Everything!

 

I was going to observe a day of silence from this thread, mourning the great loss of this potentially good drama, and come back when I am calmer, but your post called me out of silence to just say I really appreciate your post. 

 

I still feel sad and not yet able to accept and let go. I am not complaining about the ending, but the general wrap up of the drama. Lots of wasted minutes, like, do we really need to see another (prolonged) fighting scene to prove how strong the bionic arms can make SY? The minutes wasted pulling the car back and forth from falling into the sea? Those precious minutes could have been used for showing the characters healing and growth process!

 

Frankly, I haven't even been able to bring myself to watch the full episode with subs... but at least I can sleep in peace now that your rant reflected mine too. It felt like I've let my rant out too. Thanks!

 

 

Sorry, jumping in to comment after it's over - been watching all this while - just quiet. :)

 

Anyways YES on the last episode.

 = I <3 the Security couple - soooo cute.  :P 

  = Somehow we're supposed to whiplash turn and sympathize with Lee Dong-gun. After watching 'Hyung' sneaking around, sneering et al for maybe all of at least 14 episodes .. somehow he's actually a secret good dude .... hero saviour who sold his soul for a good cause all these years! :P

 

While I don't need to know details such as whose father was whose, or why/when/who was adopted/or not ...

 = The car saving was stoopid. And so far-fetched, and no one ... no one at all - not even the security dude, thought to help. Even if it was going to not make much diff - isn't it simply instinctive,  to try to do something? 

They all just froze and WATCHED Superman trying to do the rescue, singlehandedly.

And note:  the bad guys didn't even take the perfect opportunity to hit back. Esp that vengeful  crazed ex-bf dude of the airport employee.  Thet were just sainty UNopportunistic bystanders. WOW, just wow. :P

 

 = And after all the DRAMA ..." I might die, my body is rotting ... I prefer to die than to go back to a wheelchair, I'd rather leave you, let's just treasure our time together as passers-by" ... So he can just go off for a year, and simply get mended, just like that?!!? So what the heck was the fuss about?

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On 11/28/2018 at 3:07 PM, selen4ever said:

I found a great alternative ending in the comments on Dramabeans by https://bestlawnmower2017.com/best-gas-lawn-mower:

 

 

 

http://www.dramabeans.com/members/justme/activity/657403/

 

@samecut123

 I managed to watch the epilogue with a Korean proxy on this site http://www.gomtv.com/15831574

The clips from instagram you posted https://bestbuyprojectors.org/best-outdoor-projector much cover most of it, the only things they left out is the father hanging the "FoxBride" nameshield in front of the restaurant and coughing; and him sketching the airport at night in the form of a fox head and coughing...      

Thanks for the link!

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SF9’s Rowoon Talks About Acting In “Where Stars Land,” Shares His Wishes For 2019, And More

SF9âs Rowoon Talks About Acting In âWhere Stars Land,â Shares His Wishes For 2019, And More

 

In a recent interview, SF9’s Rowoon discussed his latest drama “Where Stars Land,” wishes for 2019, and other topics.

Rowoon debuted in 2016 through boy group SF9. The idol-turned-actor appeared in several dramas, such as “Click Your Heart,” “School 2017,” and “About Time.” His most recent drama is “Where Stars Land” where he played operational team employee Go Eun Seob.

Rowoon talked about the atmosphere of the filming set. He said, “Lee Je Hoon and Chae Soo Bin brightened the set. I felt bad because I made a lot of mistakes when I filmed. I am the type to save the last episode, so I haven’t seen it yet, but I am going to watch it with leisure tonight.”

He also mentioned his most memorable scene. He said, “The scene where I met an emergency patient is most memorable. I tried to find the meanings because there were many words that I usually didn’t use. While I was in ‘Blind Date Coffee House’ [literal translation],  I got closer to the cast, and I asked for advice from Yoo In Na. She took out her own personal time and taught me this scene at a cafe. That’s why I was able to finish it well.”

Rowoon also talked about his chemistry with Chae Soo Bin. He commented, “Chae Soo Bin waited for me a lot. I didn’t have a lot of acting experience and I’m not very good at it, so I stammered a lot. On set, she told me things like, ‘It’s okay’ rather than ‘Do this, do that.’ I think it was a chance for good acting to come out.”

He also talked about his good chemistry with Lee Je Hoon. He said, “I fell for him while doing the drama. Rather than feeling like a celebrity, he is a good person. I still save the roasted sweet potato he gave me when I shared the waiting room with him.”

When asked to score his acting, Rowoon gave himself 30 points. He explained, “I am just so embarrassed that so many reporters came here. I’m burdened by whether I acted that well and if I portrayed Eun Seob well. Fortunately, they like me, so I’m glad. If you ask if I’m satisfied of me, I’m not. That’s why [I score myself] 30 points.”

When asked if he regrets anything, Rowoon replied, “If I knew a little more about love and dating, I might have felt a little more serious and deeper about dealing with Yeo Reum [Chae Soo Bin’s character]. [I’m talking about] things like watching her or sending her looks from behind. I could have deepened my eyes, but it was regretful that I was lacking in that area.”

About filming at the airport, he said, “When I have a group schedule I use the airport often, but when I thought of it from an airport employee’s point-of-view, it became different. I went into places where ordinary people and passengers at the airport cannot use, and I realized many people are working hard to keep the airport safe.”

Rowoon almost mentioned the hardest part of filming this drama. He admitted, “Every moment was not easy. I did my best, whether it was a small or big scene, and the difficult part was understanding the hard things. I think it was difficult for me to do so because I should be clear on the reasons for my actions and remarks. If you ask me what I learned from doing this work, I’m not sure what I learned clearly, but I think what I learned will come out naturally in my next project. While I may have improved my skills while filming, I think I learned how to feel when I read the script and analyze it, so I have more thoughts and worries when I do my next project. I think ‘Where Stars Land’ was a good foundation for me.”

When asked about the reactions of his members, he shared, “Chani is acting, and he has more experience than me. I asked him a lot [for advice]. I told him, ‘Today’s filming was hard, and I’m worried about how it will come out,’ and he said, ‘Seeing your acting until now, you seem to be doing well’, so I was comforted by that. My members didn’t tell me they were watching [my drama], but they were watching it behind me. They even memorized the lines. I thought they were watching it because the drama was fun, not because of me.”

Rowoon talked about being both an idol and an actor, saying, “It’s clear I can’t give up on either of them. So I don’t think I should do any of them carelessly. I wondered how I would do it, but I didn’t have to worry about it. I just have to desire to do well and enjoy it. Acting doesn’t mean I’m not doing well in my group, and just because I’m in my group doesn’t mean I’m not acting. I’m trying hard to do both.”

Then he added humorously, “I’m like a chameleon, so on stage, I capture the hearts of my fans, and when I’m acting, I try to do my best even though I’m acting.”

Rowoon commented, “Since I am a member of SF9, I am hoping for a positive effect where SF9 will be known if I’m known. Originally, I was going to use Kim Rowoon, but I was used to being called [just] Rowoon, and I thought it might be helpful for SF9.”

He shared, “I have two goals. I have one for my group and one for myself. Every goal has steps. My goal for our group is that we will go up a level. So I hope people can see me and my members when we are doing our next album. I hope those who consider me as Eun Seob will think ‘Eun Seob is an idol. Who is in his group?’ My members are really handsome. My goal as a group is that I want everyone to see my members when they see me.

Then he continued, “As an individual, I always aim and imagine to maintain a positive mind, but I wanted to do two dramas this year. I really wanted to do two to gain experience. So, my goal is to have lots of experience as an actor and to play a small role in many works with satisfaction. I’m still halfway there.”

Rowoon summed up his 2018 year, saying, “There are many things that I thought I would do in 2018, and there are some things that are satisfying but some that are not. I’m the type to have regret in comparison to my expectations and I used to think that feeling regret afterwards meant unhappiness. The ideas of ‘Why am I only this much? I have more chances than others, so why can’t I do it?’ only made me have a harder time. However, it was natural that I felt regret when I was doing this work. In fact, 2018 was a busy year. I hope that 2019 will be a year when I sing, act and perform on stage harder like a busier, more diligent and hard-working cow.”

SF9âs Rowoon Opens Up About His Love Life + How He Differs From His âWhere Stars Landâ Character

SF9’s Rowoon Opens Up About His Love Life + How He Differs From His “Where Stars Land” Character

In a recent interview, SF9’s Rowoon confessed that he has a hard time approaching the people he likes!

On November 29, the idol-turned-actor sat down to talk about his drama “Where Stars Land,” which came to an end earlier this week. In the drama, Rowoon played the role of Go Eun Seob, an airport employee who harbors a steadfast one-sided love for his co-worker Han Yeo Reum (played by Chae Soo Bin).

Rowoon shared that he had initially been worried about how his lack of dating experience would affect his acting. “To be honest, I was a bit lacking in experience,” he said. “So after I read the script, I spent a lot of time thinking about how [my character] would feel. I would have used my own knowledge [of love and dating] if I’d had any. But I felt that I was lacking, so the director and the writer helped me out a lot. Through those kinds of conversations, I came to understand the character.”

He went on to explain, “I was a trainee from an early age, and I went to an all-boys middle school and an all-boys high school. I was just a kid who liked soccer and karaoke. That’s why I didn’t have a chance [to date], but I’m slowly trying to learn more [about romance].”

Rowoon also reported that filming “Where Stars Land” had given him the opportunity to experience a one-sided love that was deeper than anything he’d personally felt before. He commented, “The one-sided love that I portrayed in this drama needed to be expressed more seriously than the one-sided love I experienced [in my own life].

“I felt like I learned a new emotion, like I had opened a new door. I had the thought, ‘It’s possible that staying by someone’s side like this and hiding your feelings might also be love.'”

 

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When asked about the similarities and differences between Go Eun Seob and Rowoon’s real-life personality, Rowoon revealed that his fear of getting hurt prevented him from being as forward and open about his feelings as his character was in the drama.

He pointed out, “Eun Seob didn’t just remain a friend. He attempted to cross the line [into romance], and Yeo Reum shut him down many times. While experiencing and portraying those moments, I learned a new emotion that I had never felt before.”

“I think that there’s very little similarity between my real-life personality and that of my character,” he continued. “When I like someone, I think I actually tend to keep that person at a distance because I’m afraid of getting hurt.”

Rowoon went on, “I’m not similar to [Eun Seob] in the way he remains [Yeo Reum’s] friend. When I like someone, I tend to do it quietly, on my own. In case I get hurt. It’s because I’m timid.”

However, he added, “We’re alike in our optimism and the fact that we smile a lot.”

 

 

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Too bad the gangsters' boss wasn't caught by the police. He continues being a bad guy in The Last Empress. :crazy::lol:

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