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3 hours ago, jswrpt said:


In an interview, he said what  he had a drama a movie. the first project  is over. News about the second?


Wow .. really... thanks  @jswrpt ... now we will wait for his next project .. a film ..:o:). I've been waiting for him to be in a film .. its been a while .. hope we can see him in a movie this year ...:D...

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Update: Joo Sang Wook and Cha Ye Ryun Confirm They Are Dating Update: Cha Ye Ryun’s and Joo Sang Wook’s respective managements confirmed that the two are dating. Cha Ye Ryun’s managemen

Finally confirmation from both side,  both looks soo compatible & beautiful together....  I'll hope their relationship last forever... 

@trust71 I will go back and support the thread by posting Previews and BTS Videos but I don't think I will make any comments, there are very few left that makes sense there, I try checking the thread

1 hour ago, Melchai said:


Wow .. really... thanks  @jswrpt ... now we will wait for his next project .. a film ..:o:). I've been waiting for him to be in a film .. its been a while .. hope we can see him in a movie this year ...:D...


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On 5/5/2018 at 3:21 AM, Melchai said:

Ju Suk-wook, "Daegun" commented "Thank you for the big love


주상욱, ‘대군’ 종영 소감 “생각지 못한 큰 사랑 감사해”
** Joo Sang-wook, who was an ambitious "i-gang" in this film, was greatly appraised by viewers due to his horrific villain acting and overwhelming attraction.
I'm so proud of him acting in this  well-made historical drama ... he was indeed a superb great actor !!:)
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Actor Ju Sang-wook regretted the ending of the general TV channel Chosun <Daegun - Drawing Love> (hereinafter <Daegun>).

On May 5, Will Entertainment, a subsidiary company, released a video of Ju Sang-wook's testimony to Naver TV.

Ju Suk-wook, "Daegun" commented "Thank you for the big love I did not think"

In the video, Joo Sang-wook said, "<Dae-gun> seems to have just started. I'm sorry for that, "he said.

"I think it was such a work that I felt a lot of regret about the character of the river I played. I think it was a very nice character, but it is very unfortunate. "It shows the unusual attachment to the characters who have been acting for years.

"I am so grateful to have given such a great love that I can not think so. <Great army> I will enjoy watching until the end and I will finish well. I will say hello to you with a good piece of work next. "" I am really grateful for the fact that even though the river is bad, I love you a lot. "

Joo Sang-wook, who was an ambitious "i-gang" in this film, was greatly appraised by viewers due to his horrific villain acting and overwhelming attraction.




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On 5/5/2018 at 3:21 AM, Melchai said:


http://tv.naver.com/v/3159064 [주상욱] TV조선 <대군-사랑을 그리다> 종영소감....Video

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“Grand Prince” Finale Delivers Closure Along With Plenty Of Action And Tragedy


After weeks of schemes, heartbreaks, and betrayals, TV Chosun’s “Grand Prince” has finally drawn to a close. We knew that Prince Jin Yang (Joo Sang Wook) was not going to give up the throne without a fight, and we were not disappointed by the ensuing action and drama in the finale, which capped off “Grand Prince” with plenty of emotion-packed scenes, as well as a bit of lighthearted fun. To find out our thoughts on the finale, read on!

See Also: 3 Questions That Will Be Answered As "Grand Prince" Comes To A Close

Warning: this article contains spoilers for “Grand Prince” Episodes 19 and 20.

Plans were finally put into action as Prince Hwi (Yoon Shi Yoon) led the plot to overthrow Jin Yang and reinstate the rightful heir to the throne. And after weeks of watching our heroes endure misfortune after misfortune with frustrating passivity, we were glad to see them take matters into their own hands and stir up some trouble (and battles!) of their own in the final episodes.



Finally, the badass rebels we’ve been waiting for.

It was especially gratifying to watch characters be proactive because of the drama’s tendency to over-promise and under-deliver on the action: for many episodes now, our heroes have been vowing at length to get revenge and set things right, without making much progress in the way of actually doing so. But the finale made good on these promises by serving us plenty of fights and political maneuvers to satisfy our craving.

What “Grand Prince” sometimes lacked in plot movement, it made up for in the attention it devoted to its characters, pointing to the writers’ choice to emphasize the skilled cast of actors over the action of the plot. The drama was driven by intense, emotion-filled conversations between characters — which is not necessarily a bad thing, especially in the hands of such convincing actors as Yoon Shi Yoon and Joo Sang Wook. Some of the richest moments of “Grand Prince” were played out on the actors’ faces, like when Prince Jin Yang tearfully confronted his mother for her neglect of him:






The emotional range of the actors in “Grand Prince” is incredible and persuasive, and often breathtaking to watch. But relying on a cast to carry a drama has its perils, and one of these is the tendency of “Grand Prince” to get bogged down in melodramatic dialogue and rehash the same tearful conversations over and over again, which only lessened their effect and made the middle stretch of the drama feel stagnant at times.

Thankfully, the final week delved into deeper levels of these conversations, offering interesting new insights into the characters. This was especially true of Prince Jin Yang, whose emotional development stole the show throughout the final episodes. We both dislike and empathize with the elder Grand Prince throughout the drama, but we gain the clearest understanding of him in the finale. This is a man who was neglected by his mother and whose siblings were always favored over him; a man who has never received love, and who simply wants to feel like he deserves something of his own — namely, the woman that his more coddled brother loves.






And while he does some horrible things throughout the course of the drama, we still feel bad for Jin Yang, which is a testament to Joo Sang Wook’s acting prowess in bringing these different dimensions of the character to life. Jin Yang is an especially interesting foil to his brother, Hwi, who grew from a happy childhood to become a rather overly idealistic and naive young prince in comparison to Jin Yang’s constant need to struggle:






And while the two Grand Princes start off at opposite ends of this spectrum of security and trust at the beginning of the drama, they ultimately both end up closer to the middle, and therefore are more similar to each other by the end. Hwi has become far less trusting and has plotted a rebellion of his own, while Jin Yang essentially admits to seeing the error of his greed.







Heartbreakingly, Jin Yang finally realizes that his mother’s mistreatment of him was not actually a reflection of her feelings about him, and with his last breath, the prince accepts that he really was loved — and capable of loving in return — all along.






While these kinds of dramatic and emotionally-charged scenes were the backbone of “Grand Prince,” some of the best moments of the finale were when the drama was at its most subtle. These scenes featured supporting characters, like when Gi Teuk (Jae Ho) gave a private, heartbreaking farewell to Roo Shi Gae (Son Ji Hyun), affectionately calling her “fool,” one of her favorite phrases, in her own language.








Also powerful was Cho Yo Kyung’s (Choo Soo Hyun) stoic observation of her revenge on Na Gyeom (Ryu Hyoyoung), which highlighted the calm, patient strength that allowed the gisaeng to both aid and survive all of the political upheaval.


The supporting cast was phenomenal throughout “Grand Prince,” and when the middle section of the drama bordered on repetitive – with Hwi and Ja Hyeon (Jin Se Yeon) declaring and re-declaring their love and Jin Yang angrily brandishing his power – the real, raw scenes between secondary characters were a breath of fresh air:


Because ultimately, “Grand Prince” came down to characters’ choices: the Queen Dowager chose the post of queen over motherhood, but the young queen would rather be a mother. Hwi chooses to support the royal family, while Jin Yang sought the throne, thereby tearing the family apart. In both cases, either burden is massive to shoulder, yet every character faces similar decisions and their consequences. Ja Hyeon, however, emerges from the drama relatively unscathed: both her family and love life are intact, which is surprising given how many times she chose loyalty to Hwi over her family and even actively put her family at risk with some of her actions to protect Hwi.

Indeed, Ja Hyeon is a bit puzzling as a female lead overall. She’s spunky, she has a kind heart, and she wants to be helpful… but after she acts so selfishly towards her family and gets in the way of Hwi’s plans more often than helps them along, it’s difficult to find her entirely likable. Not every female K-drama lead needs to be an archetypal “strong female character,” but Ja Hyeon’s flaws are even more glaring because she is presented in contrast to Roo Shi Gae, whose quirks and general badassery made her easily one of the most likable characters in “Grand Prince.”


She scoffed at ladylike manners, she swung swords and shot arrows at men, and she made us wonder why Hwi would pass up such an impressively competent (and beautiful!) woman. This points to a larger problem in the drama’s portrayal of Hwi and Ja Hyeon’s relationship, which lost some credibility during the middle stretch of “Grand Prince.” This is likely a result of how quickly their romance developed at the start of the drama: the short amount of time that they spent and the few good memories that they made together were not a strong enough foundation for us to truly buy into their continued dedication to each other through the years of separations, fake deaths, and trials that their relationship endured.

However, the finale dispels most doubts about their relationship by reminding us at the end why we liked them together so much in the first place, as the two return to the lighthearted teasing and fun that made their romance so magnetic and adorably appealing to viewers at the outset of the drama.


All in all, the “Grand Prince” finale gave us a healthy dose of catharsis with all characters getting a fitting, if not necessarily deserved, ending. The drama comes almost entirely full circle, leaving off at a point that feels comfortingly similar to the happier days of its earlier episodes. There’s something incredibly satisfying about following characters whose worlds have been turned entirely upside down as they rise to the challenge, battle hardships, and ultimately emerge with the same everyday happiness they had at the outset, but with renewed appreciation and immense personal growth. And this journey is what ultimately makes “Grand Prince” so worthwhile.


Catch Episodes 19 and 20 of “Grand Prince” on Rakuten Viki, or start watching below:

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'Daegoon' becomes TV Chosun's highest rated drama, cast and staff to go on reward vacation

The cast and staff of 'Daegoon' will be going on a reward vacation.
The drama recorded the highest ratings that broadcasting station TV Chosun has ever seen, at 5.6%. The drama started on March 3, and reached its highest ratings at its end on May 6. As a reward, the cast and staff will be heading to Vietnam's Da Nang on for 5 days, beginning on May 23.


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Yoon Si-yoon, Jin Se-yun, Ryu Hyo-young, and Joo Sang-wook Thanks Viewers of "Grand Prince"



Actors Yoon Si-yoon, Jin Se-yun, Ryu Hyo-young and Joo Sang-wook posed for a picture at the afterparty of the TV Chosun drama "Grand Prince".

"Grand Prince" is a historical drama about the slaves of the Josun Times starring Yoon Si-yoon, Jin Se-yun, Ryu Hyo-young and Joo Sang-wook.

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Yoon Shi Yoon, Jin Se Yeon, And Joo Sang Wook Fulfill Their Promise By Holding A Free Hug Event For “Grand Prince”


On May 9, the cast of TV Chosun’s “Grand Prince” held a free hug event at Gwanghwamun Square.

See Also: Joo Sang Wook Interrogates Jin Se Yeon And Jae Ho In "Grand Prince"

Yoon Shi Yoon, Jin Se Yeon, and Joo Sang Wook previously made a promise to give out free hugs if their drama surpassed 5 percent in viewership ratings.

This came true on May 9 when “Grand Prince” concluded with 5.627 percent and set a record for the highest viewership ratings for the network.

cr. https://www.soompi.com/2018/05/09/yoon-shi-yoon-jin-se-yeon-joo-sang-wook-fulfill-promise-holding-free-hug-event-grand-prince/


The three actors kept their promise and joyfully embraced fans at the event. Check out a video from the event below!

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Stars Celebrate Grand Finale of TV Series with Fans

May 10, 2018 09:43


The main cast of the recently ended TV series "Grand Prince" held a special event to meet fans and celebrate its finale on a high note.

About 300 fans flocked to the event in downtown Seoul on Wednesday, and actors Joo Sang-wook, Jin Se-yeon and Yoon Si-yoon gave them hugs one by one.

2018051000915_0.jpg Flanked by actors Joo Sang-wook and Yoon Si-yoon, actress Jin Se-yeon (center) gives a hug to a fan at an event in Gwanghwamun, Seoul on Wednesday.

The period drama, which revolves around two royal princes struggling over power and love, wrapped up last week.

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Joo Sang Wook Reveals What He Admires About “Grand Prince” Co-Stars Yoon Shi Yoon And Jin Se Yeon

Y. Jang May 10, 2018



Actor Joo Sang Wook recently sat down to talk about his career as an actor and his co-stars in TV Chosun’s “Grand Prince.”

Joo Sang Wook began by acknowledging that this year was his 20th debut anniversary. “Most of the actors whom I worked with on ‘Grand Prince’ were in their 20s,” he said. “Looking at them, I sort of regretted why I didn’t do what they are doing.” He added with a laugh, “But now that time has already passed, that doesn’t mean much.”

Joo Sang Wook went on to talk about his co-stars on “Grand Prince,” Yoon Shi Yoon and Jin Se Yeon. He shared, “What the two have in common regarding acting is their innocence. There are tears and acting that come from innocence.”

After commenting that their acting style was different from him, Joo Sang Wook continued, “I envy such innocence. It’s great to look at. It’s somewhat sad that I’ve been acting for so long because I feel like I’ve lost that innocence. Sometimes I worry if I’ve become too realistic. But you can’t just be endlessly innocent, so this sometimes works as a benefit when acting.”

When asked what his most memorable work was, Joo Sang Wook replied that it was SBS’s drama “Giant” that aired in 2010. “The drama was so fun and I was personally a fan,” he explained. “It was so great that I wondered if I’ll ever be able to participate in a work like that again.”

He didn’t forget to mention “Grand Prince” as well. He said, “I had such a good time filming the drama. I’ll continue to take part in different works but just like ‘Giant,’ I wonder if I’ll be able to play a character like Lee Kang again.” He added that it was going to be one of his unforgettable works as an actor.

“Grand Prince” starring Joo Sang Wook, Yoon Shi Yoon, and Jin Se Yeon came to an end on May 6. 


cr: https://www.soompi.com/2018/05/10/joo-sang-wook-reveals-admires-grand-prince-co-stars-yoon-shi-yoon-jin-se-yeon/

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