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@noviphoenix11 it's just urging us to vote for the SBS awards best couple award~ voting starts today unti dec 30 at 12mn~ also, 1 vote per day only~ 

i hope Ghj wins best couple~!! Shinari chemistry was really good~ 

also, i'm really looking forward to spoiled ghj lol i think she really wanted to do that character bc last year she also said the same thing~ i really really do hope that it's a fashion drama bc i've really wanted to see how ghj goes all out with her fashion~ that would be such a treat!! Hahaha

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2 hours ago, chives said:

@noviphoenix11 it's just urging us to vote for the SBS awards best couple award~ voting starts today unti dec 30 at 12mn~ also, 1 vote per day only~ 

i hope Ghj wins best couple~!! Shinari chemistry was really good~ 

also, i'm really looking forward to spoiled ghj lol i think she really wanted to do that character bc last year she also said the same thing~ i really really do hope that it's a fashion drama bc i've really wanted to see how ghj goes all out with her fashion~ that would be such a treat!! Hahaha

 

Yeah i hope that too, fashion drama with strong character or at least she become very fashionable in her next drama so we cab enjoy her fashion taste and style... 

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On 12/6/2016 at 7:31 PM, paradicez said:

I watched Missing today at the CGV in Los Angeles. Great acting from Gong Hyo Jin and Uhm Ji Won. There was no English Subtitles but I was able to understand the storyline. The emotions are so real that even though I can't understand Korean, I was able to empathized with both characters. Han Mae is definitely one of my favorite out of all of Gong Hyo Jin's movie! You'll wonder why she did that and then you will empathize with her decisions. I am moved by this movie and a few ladies that sat behind me were crying. Happy to see people in the theater enjoyed the show!

Thanks @music22science for being there with me in spirit! haha. (She bought the other ticket :w00t:)

 

Hahahaha thanks for make it possible! Now I think that I can watch the movie (when I find a stream) without feeling guilty, if u know what I mean lol xD

So happy for all the Gongvelyans that have watched the movie :blush:

 

Ps. If any find a link with eng subs, please message me hahaha :P

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Yeayyyyyy.... 1 Million tickets were sold.. Congratulation Missing.... Next : 2 Million.. Missing fighting...

Both of them looks so beautiful... Specially GHJ smile 

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On 12/9/2016 at 5:40 AM, noviphoenix11 said:

 

I would love to see Gong Yoo and Gong Hyo Jin in new drama, i hope so cause Kdrama isnot kind of drama that bring same couple play at same drama twice... They more mature now and i think they would great together now if they a new drama together... 

And i hope Missing can reach 1M viewers before its second weeks over... 

Thx for translate it @chives

i'm happy GHj new movie near 1 m she's my best actress and gong yoo is best actor , wish they'll reunite again in drama or movie it'll be daebak :blush:

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i don't know if this was posted before

A mother’s worst nightmare comes true in upcoming thriller Missing

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If you ever wanted to see Gong Hyo-jin (Jealousy Incarnate) not play a plucky, Candy-like heroine for once, then upcoming thriller Missing may be just the movie for you. And if you want to support two accomplished actresses and a female director doing what they do best in male-dominated Chungmuro, this is also the movie to look out for.

In Missing, actress Eom Ji-won (The Phone, Thrice Married Woman) plays Ji-seon, a single working mom who hires a Chinese nanny named Han-mae, played by Gong Hyo-jin, to look after her baby daughter. One day, her worst nightmare comes true, and her daughter goes missing, along with the nanny. She suspects the nanny kidnapped her child, and she goes on a desperate chase to locate her daughter, her sanity diminishing at every turn.

In the trailer, Eom Ji-won returns home from work one evening and finds her baby and nanny missing. She’s seen running around and calling out her daughter’s name. The guard at her apartment complex remarks that the nanny, Gong Hyo-jin, is a weird woman, and we see her on a bicycle, circling a middle-aged woman pushing a stroller. She knocks over the woman’s groceries as a diversion and shoves the stroller away, sending it rolling, while the woman scrambles to collect the produce that spilled out. A student eyes her with a puzzling gaze, but Gong Hyo-jin ominously brings a finger to her lips, requesting silence. Eom descends into hysterics while searching for her daughter, and the trailer ends with Gong sobbing and wailing.

I’m a fan of both Eom Ji-won and Gong Hyo-jin, but I’m more interested to see the latter shed her sweet, girl-next-door “Gong-vely” image for a darker, more sinister role. Eom Ji-won is no stranger to darker films or the role of the mother; in the movie Hope, Eom played the mother of a sexual assault victim.

It’s a nice change of pace to have neither of the lead actresses playing the romantic interest or sidekick to a male protagonist; Eom Ji-won and Gong Hyo-jin are front and center and driving the film. Not only do we have two A-list actresses headlining, but the writer, Hong Eun-mi (Love Exposure), and director, Lee Eon-hee (…ing), are women as well. I’m all for greater representation of women in film so I’ll be adding this movie to my watch list. Candys are fun and all, but so are deep, complex women, whether good or evil.

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Found the article interesting  mostly because the comments and I agree with them! and i think i do loved or particularly enjoyed her more in movies than dramas, because she's bravely took more challenging and broad-range role, and thats why i hope more viewers fans to support and see her movies. She's MORE than just the Rom-Com Girl!!:glasses::glasses::glasses:

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8 hours ago, daisyjhey said:

Found the article interesting  mostly because the comments and I agree with them! and i think i do loved or particularly enjoyed her more in movies than dramas, because she's bravely took more challenging and broad-range role, and thats why i hope more viewers fans to support and see her movies. She's MORE than just the Rom-Com Girl!!:glasses::glasses::glasses:

 

Yeah me too... I think GHJ took Han Mae role to challenge herself and so happy than she tried role like this, to explore her acting not only be candy girl and she did it... I hope more viewers will watch Missing...

After Missing, i am quietly interesting with Single Rider, how she gonna look like and her character... 

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