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  1. He should have to go to rehab and do community service by telling kids not to do drugs. He harmed no one but himself.
  2. He's lovely, when I first saw him in Scholar Who Walks the Night I really wasn't impressed, then I saw Scarlet Heart Ryeo which was a game changer and made me take notice.
  3. I honestly feel his character ends up with Mary since she and the male lead keep breaking up at the end.
  4. A bunch of KJW pictures: https://www.hancinema.net/korean_Kim_Jae-wook-picture_gallery.html
  5. YOUYOU/ELLE K-DRAMA Lee Min Ki Challenges First Detective Role Via OCN Drama With Lee Yoo Young By abbyinhallyuland | June 5, 2019 FacebookTwitter MARKING HIS FIRST OCN PROJECT, LEE MIN KI PAIRS UP WITH LEE YOO YOUNG THROUGH A CRIME THRILLER DRAMA. Produced by Studio Dragon, The Lies of All(literal title) takes Lee Min Ki and Lee Yoo Young to a thrilling ride of a cryptic conspiracy. Portraying the role of a once vigorous detective who settles to a toned down life will be Lee’s projected character – Jo Tae Sik. He applies to work at a remote rural village to have a quiet life. However, he gets involved with the case of a lawmaker who died because of a car accident. Thereafter, he meets Kim Seo Hee, the daughter of the dead politician. Playing Kim’s character, Lee Yoo Young will also confront the strange disappearance of her husband. She was married off to her husband’s family for mutual convenience and political power. To unravel the mystery, she enters the parliament and work together with Jo Tae Sik in search for the truth of her father’s death and missing husband. (Elle February 2019) Expressing excitement for working with a new genre, Lee Min Ki looks forward to meet fans through the series. Likewise, Lee Yoo Young promised to concentrate so she can deliver a sound portrayal of her character. Both actors have been actively pursuing successful dramas in the last two years. Their combined works include some well-loved series including The Beauty Inside, Because this is My First Life, My Fellow Citizens and Your Honor. Additionally, helming the project is Director Lee Yoon Jung whose portfolio includes Drama Stage Anthology, Cheese in the Trap and the classic Coffee Prince. The Lies of All eyes second half of 2019 broadcast via OCN. (Esquire)
  6. YOUYOU/ELLE K-DRAMA Lee Min Ki Challenges First Detective Role Via OCN Drama With Lee Yoo Young By abbyinhallyuland | June 5, 2019 FacebookTwitter MARKING HIS FIRST OCN PROJECT, LEE MIN KI PAIRS UP WITH LEE YOO YOUNG THROUGH A CRIME THRILLER DRAMA. Produced by Studio Dragon, The Lies of All(literal title) takes Lee Min Ki and Lee Yoo Young to a thrilling ride of a cryptic conspiracy. Portraying the role of a once vigorous detective who settles to a toned down life will be Lee’s projected character – Jo Tae Sik. He applies to work at a remote rural village to have a quiet life. However, he gets involved with the case of a lawmaker who died because of a car accident. Thereafter, he meets Kim Seo Hee, the daughter of the dead politician. Playing Kim’s character, Lee Yoo Young will also confront the strange disappearance of her husband. She was married off to her husband’s family for mutual convenience and political power. To unravel the mystery, she enters the parliament and work together with Jo Tae Sik in search for the truth of her father’s death and missing husband. (Elle February 2019) Expressing excitement for working with a new genre, Lee Min Ki looks forward to meet fans through the series. Likewise, Lee Yoo Young promised to concentrate so she can deliver a sound portrayal of her character. Both actors have been actively pursuing successful dramas in the last two years. Their combined works include some well-loved series including The Beauty Inside, Because this is My First Life, My Fellow Citizens and Your Honor. Additionally, helming the project is Director Lee Yoon Jung whose portfolio includes Drama Stage Anthology, Cheese in the Trap and the classic Coffee Prince. The Lies of All eyes second half of 2019 broadcast via OCN. (Esquire)
  7. Lee Min Ki And Lee Yoo Young Confirm For Upcoming OCN Drama Jun 4, 2019 by R. Jun Lee Min Ki and Lee Yoo Young have been confirmed for the lead roles in the upcoming OCN drama “Everyone’s Lies” (literal title). The drama is about a woman whose husband disappears after the sudden death of her father. She joins the National Assembly and teams up with a detective in her search for the truth. The two characters work together to break through the silence and lies that people spill to protect their own interests. Lee Min Ki plays the detective Jo Tae Sik, a man who appears cold on the outside, but is in reality affectionate and bold. He has a natural blend of talent, will, and luck, and catching criminals was once upon a time his job, hobby, and specialty. Now, he lives a completely different life and has requested appointment at a police station in a countryside village. While living a quiet life, Jo Tae Sik gets assigned the case of the car accident involving Assemblyman Kim Seung Chul, the father of Kim Seo Hee (played by Lee Yoo Young). He quickly finds out that the incident is not a cut-and-dry accident. Lee Yoo Young plays the youngest daughter of Assemblyman Kim Seung Chul, Kim Seo Hee. She appears posh, but is a disappointment at home, not living up to the standards set by her older sister, who is good at everything. However, she was a favorite of her father. When her father dies and her husband disappears, she enters her father’s old stomping grounds, the National Assembly, to find answers. “Everyone’s Lies” is slated to air in the second half of 2019. https://www.soompi.com/article/1329916wpp/lee-min-ki-and-lee-yoo-young-confirm-for-upcoming-ocn-drama
  8. celebJTBC PLUS 2019. 03. 16. 10:15 PM More Posts' Options Lee Min Ki takes on lead role in criminal drama Lee Min Ki will play the role of criminal police officer Jo Tae Sik of the urban investigation team belonging to Seoul Police Station. A representative from the drama department revealed to Ilgan Sports, "Lee Min Ki will participate as the main character in the drama "The Lies of All" (rough translation) scheduled to be broadcast on OCN in the second half of 2019." Lee Min Ki will play the role of criminal police officer Jo Tae Sik of the urban investigation team belonging to Seoul Police Station. As a policeman, this character possesses both the sensitive feeling and strong will. "The Lies of All" (temporary title) revolves around a woman whose husband is missing after her father's sudden death. This is the story of a woman trying to become a congressperson to save her husband and the policeman who is determined to pursue the truth. The drama is directed by PD Lee Yoon Jung - who once guided such dramas as "Cheese In The Trap" and "Argon" while its script is written by Jeon Young Shin and Won Yoo Jung. The drama will be aired on OCN in the second half of 2019. https://channels.vlive.tv/EBF267/celeb/0.10455471
  9. This is old but the most recent thing I can find on him. 1st peek of lee min ki in 2019 breathlesssurvival 5 months ago Lee Min Ki was spotted on January 4 at Incheon International Airport leaving for Hong Kong to shoot a magazine pictorial. Haha. I’ve seen that black beanie before. I think he wore something similar to a movie showcase while promoting Joseon Dectective 3.Love his outfit. Perfect for his height and slim, but broad-shouldered, build. Preppy with a little sporty elegance thrown in. The outfit is so Seo Do Jae. *swoon* This is a rare airport fashion moment for him. He has a lovely smile. https://breathlesssurvival.wordpress.com/2019/01/04/1st-peek-of-lee-min-ki-in-2019/amp/
  10. Good for him. I'm just surprised that he did the typical thing men his age do getting a younger woman with such a large age gap. I'm sure he'll get married soon since there is a picture of him ring shopping a Tiffany & Co.
  11. He's soooo beautiful.... So Ji-sub wins top prize at MBC Drama Awards By Yoon Min-sik Published : Dec 31, 2018 - 17:23 Updated : Dec 31, 2018 - 17:23 Once considered just another pretty face, So Ji-sub has effectively solidified his position as one of the top actors on the small screen, notching his first top acting award from one of the three network television broadcasters in Korea. So won the grand prize at the annual MBC Drama Awards held Sunday at the MBC Media Center in Sangam-dong, western Seoul. The honor was for his performance in the MBC drama “My Secret Terrius,” which aired between Sept. 27 and Nov. 15 and peaked with a 10.5 percent viewership share. So Ji-sub greets child actor Kim Gun-woo at the MBC Drama Awards held at MBC Media Center in western Seoul on Sunday. (Yonhap) In the drama, So played a former secret agent who accidentally becomes a babysitter for the twins across the street. The 41-year-old actor spent well-over a minute thanking his colleagues, from the production staff, the actors, the director and the employees at his agency. He even took time to do the “nose kiss” with fellow actor Kang Ki-young, which he had pledged to do if he won the prestigious award. It marked a contrast to his usual routine, as he is known as a man of few words when accepting awards. This includes the famous “Thank you” acceptance speech at the 2012 SBS Drama Awards, during which he came up and just uttered the two words before stepping down. The actor also took home the best male acting award, while his drama won six trophies including best viewer-picked drama of the year. So was met with skepticism when he began his acting career in 1996 -- having debuted as a jeans model with no prior training in acting -- but his acting career improved by leaps and bounds. His major breakthrough came when starring in the massively-popular 2004 KBS drama “I’m Sorry, I Love You,” when he won a number of acting awards including the most popular actor award at the 40th Baeksang Arts Awards. Despite a number of hits and accolades under his belt, the top prize has always evaded So, as his acting prowess was rarely considered to be among the best. Entertainment awards mired in controversy The year-end entertainment awards for the big three TV channels also took place last week, with some winners embroiled in controversy. Veteran comedian Lee Young-ja proved to be the biggest winner in the non-acting portion of the TV awards, winning the top prize at KBS and MBC. She was the first female grand prize winner in the history of the KBS entertainment awards show. Singer, actor and TV host Lee Seung-gi won the top award at SBS. But controversy broke out when celebrity chef Baek Jong-won, who currently hosts three food-related shows with his name in the title at SBS, was snubbed by the broadcaster. He went home without a trophy, despite being considered to be a front-runner for the top award. Similar controversy occurred with Lee Young-ja’s win at MBC, as she edged out popular comedian Park Na-rae. Some disgruntled fans even took to the presidential office, with multiple petitions filed at the Cheong Wa Dae’s homepage. Cheong Wa Dae is mandated to officially answer any petition with over 200,000 signatures, although this appears unlikely as the most popular petition on this subject -- one calling for a state audit on Lee Seung-gi’s agency -- only got 180 supporters as of Monday morning. Amid the petitions calling for the state to intervene in the TV award show, some people have even petitioned against such petitions, or to punish those demanding that the state use its authority to give prizes to their favorite stars.
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