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shiro401, June 16, 2006 in actors & actresses
New comments about "Switch" drama
1/ Great story line and wonderful actors and actresses. Writers keep you off balance along with the main characters who are always a little off balance. Fast moving and never boring.
2/ Clean drama, my son 11 years old can watch this. Jang Keun Suk is proven again and again to be a better actor in every single drama he starred in. He deserves 10000 thumbs up for his impeccable acting skill.
3/ It is a great show....a lot of fun to watch. It moves along quickly and is never boring. It makes you want to keep watching to find out what will happen next. Great acting from all. Great ending. Definitely worth watching.4/ Jang Keun Suk, I cannot deny he is really a great actor.
5/ I loved the series! Very creative and good humored. I love Jang Keun Suk.
Reading his biography on Wikipedia he learned that he works since he was 5 years old. In addition to being a wonderful actor, he is a great singer (see his videos on YouTube) and now he is also directing. He works very hard! He has talent and a lot of perseverance, can speak current Japanese and English.
So attracted in the drama
A message from Suni-chan to you Eels ^^
“Here I am in front of Tree-J building in South Korea!”
“Taking a break at cafe PLENO.”
“Succeeded in entering my BOSS’s room!”
“Suni delivered the message cards from eels to Geun-chan’s room!”
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significant tourist hotspot in Incheon, art museum, drama filming location on Ganghwa Island
Handsome than idols
Thoughts on ‘Switch ~Change the world~’ Episode 13-14
Sa Do Chan received a call asking for help to save someone. At first, he thought it was scam call. But when he heard the name of grizzly, he rushed to the place which the informant said, without knowing that it was set up for him.
Oh Ha Ra and Beak Joon Soo had already a doubt that there is an ulterior motive why Do Chan agrees to stand in for them. Oh Ha Ra try to make Do Chan confess his true motives. So Oh Ha Ra bring Do Chan to the house which they came for drugs in pool. Oh Ha Ra had a sense that Do Chan had already known that place and there is something about Do Chan and grizzly.
But despite of what Oh Ha Ra said, Do Chan denied that he didn’t see grizzly and give warning to her that never go deep down to his life. Oh Ha Ra also give him warning not to handle grizzly on his personal feelings.
Back in 20 years ago, Do Chan and his father who also a con artist went to Geum Tae-Woong house and told Do Chan that his the caretaker and they live there together. Do Chan feeling excited to see how nice the place is, but his father old man bbeong sense that there is something bad happened after he saw the blood on the door nob and saw car coming, so in order Do Chan will be safe he ask Do Chan to play hide and seek and not to come out until he called him.
Present time Choi Jung-Pil order Mr Kim to kill Jo Sung Doo, but Geum Tae-Woong order Manager Kim to bring Jo Sung-Doo to him and told Mr Kim to treat each other as a family because he want to protect his family and he don’t take orders, but behind his good intention Geum Tae Woong only want Jo Sung Doo to find Director Bong...
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Thoughts on ‘Switch ~Change the world~’ Episode 15-16
In the opening of episode 15, we see that Sung Doo has been set up, this time by Sa Do Chan himself. After all his cons and schemes and lies, Do Chan does the unthinkable. He immediately tells Sung Doo the truth. Yes he’s that ‘prosecutor’ from the island gambling raid, but no he’s not really a prosecutor.
He freely admits that he’s only been playing a role, pretending to be Baek Jun Soo because the real BJS was injured in Sokcho. It’s a mind blower of an opening. Why would he confess the biggest secret he’s been using, and to a criminal, no less?
Well SDC is a master of the con game, and he knows that sometimes the best way to hook a fish is to tell them just enough of the truth to make them think they know what’s really going on. But of course, SDC has more tricks up his sleeve, lol.
With Sung Doo’s suspicions seemingly confirmed, SDC then launches into his next scam. He tells Sung Doo that thanks to his position as a (fake) prosecutor, he can do a ‘setting’ against Geum Tae Woong… one that will net him around 300 million dollars.
Whether SDC knows that Sung Doo has already tried to cheat GTW or not, I’m not certain, but one thing is sure– SDC can smell another con artist a mile away. So he tempts Sung Doo’s greed by mentioning the 300 million.
And right away, you can see the spark in Sung Doo’s eyes at the mention of that much money (the acting in Switch continues to blow me away. Even side characters get every little thing just right!).
Sa Do Chan uses that moment to show Sung Doo a barrel and a bag of cement (apparently to seal him inside and drop it into the ocean, mob-style), and Sung Doo immediately caves. He promises not to snitch on SDC’s plans, and we see a flashback of SDC’s crew in action. Following Sung Doo, they realize that he’s looking for their partner, director Bong, so they decide to give him exactly what he needs to make GTW ease his pressure and let Sung Doo return to the fold (presumably as their inside spy).
First, director Bong places himself in Sung Doo’s (drunken) path, so that Sung Doo feels close to catching ‘red underpants’. Then back to the present scene, when Sung Doo stammers that he will help SDC, and that in fact, he wants revenge on GTW himself. He promises to help them in exchange for a little of the 300 million that SDC ‘accidentally’ mentioned earlier.
Read more: http://jangkeunsukforever.com/archives/51845
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