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WARNING: Super long post ahead!   Warriors, Neris, Amazings, & Grapes (Chinese fans),   Hi all. Long time no see. How is everyone doing? Just want to say a really big thank you to

Hello everyone, I'm feeling so proud of YEH this episode and that's why I decide to share with everyone the good feeling. Here is the rough translation I did for YEH's part. I'm putting out a disclaim

cr:YEH Vietnam/weibo

TI really hope viewers are patient in understanding her character and wait for the progress of her character in response to the opinion of others about her character. The web novel & production had made it clear that she is hopelessly romantic or shall we say she is a kind of person who is actually in love with the idea of being in love. These persons exist. Her character exists in real life, she may look silly at first for clinging on her jerk boyfriend but I believe her character will emerge as a winner of bringing the best of her because of the set backs.  She is not diva, she is kind and is very human.


This is rom con and the novel is popular and I believe there is something in this material why Koreans love the web toon. For the meantime, let’s ignore the negativity and enjoy the drama. 


Btw, though we know the direction of the storyline but I believe, there is new and fresh approach & treatment. I myself was surprised about their first  real interaction in front of the inconvenience store, not forced and the misunderstanding is settled right away. Why not?  Both characters are kind, honest ones, right? So it’s good that they don’t drag it to something very cliche. 

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Yoon Eun Hye, "Love Alert" press conference 


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Watching YEH last night on my screen is like the 5 years gap's never happened. Her performance is still great IMO with her signature acting (which I really miss). There were moments/scenes on the drama that generating smile such as her epic encounter with the male lead at the convenience store. Or when she talked to herself at the hospital while watching/hearing the male lead (the doctor) conversation. Watching her on screen again make me realise how much I miss her ^_^


Regarding the PS issue, I think it will disappear when the drama's progressing cause it's clear that her face is still like it used to be ... 

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“Love Alert” Cast Shares Thoughts On Teamwork And Comparisons To Other Romantic Comedies

“Love Alert” Cast Shares Thoughts On Teamwork And Comparisons To Other Romantic Comedies

Oct 31, 2018
by S. Park

The cast of MBN’s “Love Alert” shared their thoughts on their new drama.

Based on a popular web novel of the same name, “Love Alert” is about a star doctor named Cha Woo Hyun (played by Chun Jung Myung) who doesn’t believe in love and top actress Yoon Yoo Jung (played by Yoon Eun Hye) who’s not very good at dating. It will tell the story of these two people as they end up in a fake relationship.

On October 31, the cast attended a press conference for the upcoming romantic comedy.

After apologizing once again for her plagiarism controversy, Yoon Eun Hye said, “After three years, I became a bit older and also became more mature, so I think my way of expression is different. If I felt pressure about giving joy to others in the past, I became more natural at it now.” She also described returning to a drama set after five years as “time that’s like a gift.”

Since “Love Alert” and JTBC’s “The Beauty Inside” both have storylines centered around top actresses, a comparison between the two is unavoidable. “A really long time passed since I chose the drama ‘Love Alert’ as it is pre-produced,” said Yoon Eun Hye. “Many other productions with this kind of topic came out and I couldn’t help but monitor them. [Seo Hyun Jin] is really good at acting and it was fun.”

She continued, “I’m nervous and sensitive since there are similarities, but I noticed differences while watching. Since character Yoon Yoo Jung has to show a different personality in front of her friends, colleagues, and the public, I think I’ll be able to show you a new kind of appearance. Even if it’s a similar topic, you’ll be able to enjoy watching it.”

On the similarities between her and her character, Yoon Eun Hye stated, “We’re similar yet different. Since I’m acting, I do incorporate a lot of my real self [into the character], but Yoon Yoo Jung is more charming. I like that she’s honest and takes on challenges.”


Chun Jung Myung said, “The reason why I chose this drama was because I was looking for something new while looking at scripts and wanted to attempt something new. I wanted to show you a different appearance through ‘Love Alert.’ Since it’s pre-produced, we began filming about two to three months prior. I feel excited because it’s my first drama in a while. I personally had many things happen, but I’m trying to overcome them and have fun.”

About his teamwork with Yoon Eun Hye, he commented, “There are absolutely no problems and we work well together. Since you have to work with people when acting, teamwork is the most important. In terms of acting, we work together to match things up and agree. She listens to me so that I won’t be uncomfortable. If she prepared something, then I go along with that. Yoon Eun Hye is much more prepared than I thought.”

Yoon Eun Hye added, “It was my first time meeting Chun Jung Myung for filming, but he’s really honest and considerate. People usually become careful when you have to look ugly [onscreen], but for the scene where he taught me surfing, he was considerate so that I wouldn’t get hurt. I didn’t know if it was acting or real. It made me think that I could trust and follow him.”

Director Jo Chang Wan commented, “I wasn’t involved in the casting of Yoon Eun Hye and Chun Jung Myung, but I think they fit better than anyone else for these roles. Yoon Eun Hye gave it her all while acting and Chun Jung Myung is working hard on his detailed acting.”


In “Love Alert,” Han Go Eun will appear as Yoon Yoo Jung’s agency CEO and Block B’s P.O will portray Yoon Yoo Jung’s younger brother. Joo Woo Jae will appear as her best friend Sung Hoon while Lee Hye Ran will be an entertainment reporter.

Han Go Eun said, “My image was destroyed after ‘Same Bed, Different Dreams 2: You Are My Destiny,’ but I’m thankful that the viewers are viewing my image in a good way. I worried that I might cause concern, but I think they’re embracing me.”

About her character, she added, “She’s a chic, proud character that I’ve always portrayed that all of you are familiar with. The difference from the past is that this isn’t a melodrama.” On working with Yoon Eun Hye, she stated, “I saw her for the first time in my life. I’m usually shy, but she approached me first so I grew to view Yoon Eun Hye as a real older sister and mom.”

P.O commented, “I hope that [the viewers] will take interest in me and know that the real name of a kid named P.O is Pyo Ji Hoon and that he acts.” The Block B member shared his thoughts on the difficulties of promoting in various areas. “I think all of them are hard, but acting is the scariest,” revealed P.O. “On variety shows, people like you if you’re likable, but in order to gain likability and acknowledgment for acting, you have to work really hard and study. I plan to work harder.”

On his character who has a crush on the lead, Joo Woo Jae said, “He’s a pure character, so I thought that I’d be able to naturally portray him well. The senior actors acted naturally while working with me, so I was able to mold into my character. If any of the viewers have ever had a crush, then I’m hoping that they may cheer for Yoo Jung and Sung Hoon.”

Director Jo Chang Wan added, “I’m working hard to show an angle from the viewers’ perspective. Instead of showing things from an omniscient point-of-view, I filmed while thinking about from which angle the viewers will be able to watch it well.”

He added, “There are many top romantic comedies and I’ll work hard to surpass them, but I don’t know if I can have that kind of effect. However, our story begins with a couple who gets into a fake relationship and shows their growth and excitement through the break-up and attaining love, so instead of comparing it to a big romantic comedy, I think you’ll be able to just simply enjoy watching for an hour.”


“Love Alert” premiered on October 31 and will air on Wednesdays and Thursdays at 11 p.m. KST. Check out the first episode below!



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Yoon Eun Hye’s New Drama “Love Alert” Sets Viewership Ratings Record With Premiere

Yoon Eun Hye’s New Drama “Love Alert” Sets Viewership Ratings Record With Premiere

Oct 31, 2018
by E. Cha

MBN’s new drama “Love Alert” is off to an impressive start!

According to Nielsen Korea, the October 31 premiere of “Love Alert” not only took first place in its time slot across all channels, but it also broke MBN’s record for highest viewership ratings achieved by a drama’s premiere.

The first episode of the romantic comedy, which stars Yoon Eun Hye as an A-list actress who ends up faking a relationship with a famous doctor (played by Chun Jung Myung), scored average viewership ratings of 2.8 percent nationwide—no easy feat, considering that the drama airs on a cable network.

Meanwhile, MBC’s “Terius Behind Me” maintained its first place position in its own time slot (the drama airs at a different time than “Love Alert”). The drama’s October 31 broadcast scored average ratings of 7.9 percent and 9.7 percent for its two parts, while SBS’s “Heart Surgeons” followed close behind with ratings of 6.2 percent and 7.5 percent. Finally, KBS 2TV’s “The Ghost Detective” scored average viewership ratings of 2.3 percent and 2.1 percent for the night.

Watch the record-breaking premiere of “Love Alert” below!



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3 hours ago, lonetwilight said:


Yessss !!! And it's also the highest rated MBN's drama ever (according to the news) :w00t:


I’m so happy, noting that the time slot is 11 pm.


I notice that many Koreans are morning persons, they work early. I remember that when me and my sisters visited Seoul, many restaurants are closed when we arrived late from Nami Island. So we ended up eating at 7-Eleven near blue line of subway.  The guesthouse owner give passcode for the main door for tourists because no one was manning the door during late night.


My  regret is not going to  Yeh’s cafe Jacob’s Ladder because we have to go to Busan. We prioritize going Coffee Prince instead. (Having a Hard time finding the place CP) since we are touring DIY way to save money,



So I guess, with that rating it is incredibly great. 

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Let’s spread positive vibes. YEH’s antis & trolls are doing their best to put her down in netizensbuzz and even Koala’s playground. 


Yeh looks pretty and natural  and prettier without make up. I watched all her dramas so I don’t see anything wrong, let’s continue to pray for her. 

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