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Father's Day with Joo Won  

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  1. 1. Who is the most fun father (figure) of Joo Won's character? (choose as many as you want)

    • Alice: Yoon Min Hyuk (Kwak Si Yang) - Father
    • Alice: Det. Go Hyeon Seok (Kim Sang Ho) - Father figure
    • Good Doctor: Dr. Choi Woo Seok (Cheon Ho Jin) - Father figure
    • Good Doctor: Park Choon Sung (Jung Ho Keun) - Father
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    • Yong Pal: Tae Hyun’s father (Choi Joon Yong) - Father
    • 7th Grade Civil Servant: Han Joo Man (Dok Ko Yeong Jae) - Father
    • 7th Grade Civil Servant: Kim Won Seok (Ahn Nae Sang) - Father figure
      0
    • Nae Il’s Cantabile: Cha Dong Woo (Jung Bo Suk) - Father
      0
    • My Sassy Girl: Gyun Pil Young (Jo Hee Bong) - Father
      0
    • Bridal Mask: Lee Sun (Lee Il Jae) - Father
      0
    • Someone else (Please mention in your comments)
  2. 2. Who is the strictest father (figure) of Joo Won's character? (choose as many as you want)

    • Alice: Yoon Min Hyuk (Kwak Si Yang) - Father
    • Alice: Det. Go Hyeon Seok (Kim Sang Ho) - Father figure
      0
    • Good Doctor: Dr. Choi Woo Seok (Cheon Ho Jin) - Father figure
      0
    • Good Doctor: Park Choon Sung (Jung Ho Keun) - Father
    • Yong Pal: Tae Hyun’s father (Choi Joon Yong) - Father
    • 7th Grade Civil Servant: Han Joo Man (Dok Ko Yeong Jae) - Father
    • 7th Grade Civil Servant: Kim Won Seok (Ahn Nae Sang) - Father figure
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    • Nae Il’s Cantabile: Cha Dong Woo (Jung Bo Suk) - Father
    • My Sassy Girl: Gyun Pil Young (Jo Hee Bong) - Father
    • Bridal Mask: Lee Sun (Lee Il Jae) - Father
    • Someone else (Please mention in your comments)
      0
  3. 3. In which drama do you wish that Joo Won’s character should be closer to his dad? (choose as many as you want)

    • Alice
    • My Sassy Girl
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    • Yong Pal
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    • Naeil’s Cantabile
    • Good Doctor
    • 7th Grade Civil Servant
    • Bridal Mask
      0
    • Ojakgyo Family
    • King of Baking, Kim Takgu

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Just wanted to share something. Actually, it was @ctfrsgp unnie who first introduced me to this video and frankly, I am impressed.

Let's just say I'm addicted to JYP's song Honey. This song stayed in my playlist for about three months (i'm not kidding!), with me playing this song for about 3-5 times continuosly. I also scoured YT for every performance done (even those covered by other singers), and of all the performances done for this song, the singer usually have barely enough breath to sing the song flawlessly (with the exception of JYP, of course). My respect for Joo Won as singer just rose magnanimously when i saw and heard him sing that song.

While i was laughing because of the female reactions, what i noticed is that he never GASPED FOR BREATH EVEN ONCE. It must be his theater and Musical background. And really, JYP's songs are really, really hard to sing. He has this technique that only a few can actually imitate, let alone sing flawlessly. I was actually disappointed that they did not show the complete performance, it will be a delight to watch.

Now that i've heard him sing that song, i know that the Ghost production made the right choice in casting him. And they'll never regret it. I just wish we can watch him live, and i swear, i'll never sleep through his musical, unlike what i did every single year when i watch musicals! :)) :)) :))

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crazyoverkdrama said: Just wanted to share something. Actually, it was @ctfrsgp unnie who first introduced me to this video and frankly, I am impressed.



Let's just say I'm addicted to JYP's song Honey. This song stayed in my playlist for about three months (i'm not kidding!), with me playing this song for about 3-5 times continuosly. I also scoured YT for every performance done (even those covered by other singers), and of all the performances done for this song, the singer usually have barely enough breath to sing the song flawlessly (with the exception of JYP, of course). My respect for Joo Won as singer just rose magnanimously when i saw and heard him sing that song.

While i was laughing because of the female reactions, what i noticed is that he never GASPED FOR BREATH EVEN ONCE. It must be his theater and Musical background. And really, JYP's songs are really, really hard to sing. He has this technique that only a few can actually imitate, let alone sing flawlessly. I was actually disappointed that they did not show the complete performance, it will be a delight to watch.

Now that i've heard him sing that song, i know that the Ghost production made the right choice in casting him. And they'll never regret it. I just wish we can watch him live, and i swear, i'll never sleep through his musical, unlike what i did every single year when i watch musicals! :)):)):))
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Master @mrdimples, i was actually planning on writing something regarding that ajumma scene in 1n2d, but when i saw this video, i knew i have to post this first. :)) i really enjoyed watching him sing Honey because he made it look so easy to sing! There was actually a version sang by Leeteuk of SJ and he was looking like a human pretzel trying to sing the song. He did a good job but you can see he was having a difficult time maximizing his breathing. (sorry leeteuk fans... Don't bash me please! :(( )

But Joo Won can still afford to smile all through out the song! Amazing... And if you guys would find the english translation of the song, you'll understand why the ladies were giddy. I would too, if he sang that and pointed to me! =)) =)) =))

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gif makers!!! Can you please make me a gif of this

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Cutie goes bouncing while kneeling kekekeke. I think it start at 24:32. And yeah, I like that black pants of him... it's like me if I'm going to hug his thighs.... tightly... Meowwwrrrrr....!!!!

Thank you!!!!

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crazyoverkdrama said:

Just wanted to share something. Actually, it was @ctfrsgp unnie who first introduced me to this video and frankly, I am impressed.

Let's just say I'm addicted to JYP's song Honey. This song stayed in my playlist for about three months (i'm not kidding!), with me playing this song for about 3-5 times continuosly. I also scoured YT for every performance done (even those covered by other singers), and of all the performances done for this song, the singer usually have barely enough breath to sing the song flawlessly (with the exception of JYP, of course). My respect for Joo Won as singer just rose magnanimously when i saw and heard him sing that song.

While i was laughing because of the female reactions, what i noticed is that he never GASPED FOR BREATH EVEN ONCE. It must be his theater and Musical background. And really, JYP's songs are really, really hard to sing. He has this technique that only a few can actually imitate, let alone sing flawlessly. I was actually disappointed that they did not show the complete performance, it will be a delight to watch.

Now that i've heard him sing that song, i know that the Ghost production made the right choice in casting him. And they'll never regret it. I just wish we can watch him live, and i swear, i'll never sleep through his musical, unlike what i did every single year when i watch musicals!

Woah, pororo, thanks for the insight. I have seen this video many times but I didnt realize that Honey was such a difficult song to sing. You make me anticipate his musical even more.

Honey is a really fun song! But I agree one needs stamina to sing this w/o faltering. Try singing it you'll realize that its hard to catch your breath in between. I first heard it from JYP in Family Outing. The HOO-HAH-HOO-HAH part never fails to make me giggle. JW really suits trot eh? He was adorable in 7LCS during the trot song and dance scene in SeoWon's house.

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I was 100% innocent when I first watched you....

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.... that dripping blood in your nose was nothing for me...

but everything changes now that I am looking  at your hotness

..... when I see you nosebleeding...

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... I am also nosebleeding

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And, oh that look in your face when your hyung was trying to stop the blood.

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.... then suddenly I saw your sexy neck and that hot unbuttoned shirt, I know I shouldn't say this... but I want you to bleed more.

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... and then they plug you with some cotton *dang that cotton, I can fit in your nose, right?*

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Darn, you still look so real hot even when you are bloody and uncertainly angry.

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I can't help but say... "Aigooo... Joo Won, you make this noona... hungry." :D




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Ghost aims to revive Koreans' spirit for musicals

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Seensee Company is staging a Korean production of the musical Ghost, based on the romantic drama film of the same name.

When the romantic drama film Ghost hit the big screen in Korea in 1990, many girls courageously went off to get a pixie cut like Demi Moore's, while guys realized that they could shed tears over the supernatural power of love. The pottery scene between Moore, who played Molly, and Patrick Swayze, who played Sam, together with the iconic song "Unchained Melody" became classics, although Korean comedians routinely spoofed them for years.

Since the direct distribution of foreign films began in 1987 in Korea, Ghost had the most viewers in the history of the Korean film market, with 1.68 million, until "Titanic" broke that record in 1997.

Considering how much the film had an impact on young Koreans in the early 1990s, the organizer of the upcoming Korean production of the musical Ghost, said that staging the musical in Korea will "revitalize the country's plunging musical market, as it will appeal to the middle-aged Koreans who are not the major musical-goers today".

"The film Ghost brings so many memories of my younger days 20 years ago. So when I saw the musical in London for the first time, I was amused once again by the music and the staging and got wallowed in nostalgia", Park Myung-sung, 50, artistic director and the head of the major musical production house, Seensee Company, the organizer, said last week. "The country's musical market has plunged by 15 to 20 percent this year compared to its heyday a couple of years ago. I believe staging this musical will be a great opportunity for middle-aged Koreans to experience the musical culture by providing them with content that they can associate with their memories".

The Korean production of the smash hit West End musical Ghost, based on the Academy Award-winning film of the same name, is scheduled to be staged in Korea on Nov. 24 at the D-Cube Art Center in western Seoul. Korea will be the first Asian country to reproduce this licensed musical. Seensee Company said it spent 10 billion won ($8.95 million) to stage the musical.

"I decided to take a risk and throw a big-scale musical once again", said Park. "I think this musical can really appeal to anyone of any age, especially those in their 30s and 40s who enjoyed the movie in the '90s".

The film's musical adaptation premiered in Manchester, England, in 2011, and had a separate run in the West End in the same year. It was also performed on Broadway in 2012. The plot centers on lovers Sam and Molly. When Sam dies, he becomes caught between the real world and the next one. As Molly is in danger, Sam can't leave her and a medium, Oda Mae Brown, helps Sam to get in touch with Molly to warn her.

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Molly and Sam in the pottery scene. Provided by Matt Crockett and Sean Ebsworth Barnes

The producer of the original show, Colin Ingram, expressed confidence that the Korean production will be "superior".

"I've been working on the show for seven years, right from the inception. I represent a great group of writers, Bruce Rubin, Dave Stewart and Glen Ballad, and they are all thrilled that the show is coming to Korea", said Ingram. "I got to see the Korean production of 'Aida' yesterday and I was extremely impressed with the quality of singing and dance and stage management. I'm sure that the production here of Ghost will be absolutely superior".

Ingram said he thought it would be a good idea to turn the hit film into a musical because "the story is inherently theatrical".

"There's revenge, there's comedy and there's spirits. The story is very Shakespearean. There's the character of Oda Mae Brown, who is a larger-than-life character, there's Sam and Molly's love story and then you have Carl Bruner, the best-friend revenge story. There are three separate stories within the musical", said Ingram.

However, he says there were challenges to turn the film into a musical.

"It was a challenge to create the moments in the film which were special effects; for example, Sam walking through the door. However, with the help of illusionist Paul Kieve, who worked on the Harry Potter films, we were able to use illusions so that you can actually see Sam walking through the door", said Ingram. "The other challenge was to go between scenes very quickly, for example, to go in from New York to Oda Mae's parlor and out again very quickly. We've used video to create these scenes which morph between each other. So there's no distinction between what's real and what's unreal".

The Korean incarnation of the musical Ghost stars popular actor Joo Won, who debuted in a musical in 2006. He'll return to the stage after a four-year hiatus as one of the actors playing Sam Wheat. Joo shares his role with two other musical actors - Kim Joon-hyeon-II and Kim Woo-hyeong.

"I was too young to watch the film when it was released in Korea, but I watched it when I was in high school", said Joo. "It had such a great impact on me that I was shedding tears. I am so grateful that I am back on the musical stage that's like a home to me with "Ghost"".

Pop diva Ivy, who has been active on the musical stage, taking leading roles in "Chicago" and "Kiss Me, Kate" and musical actress Park Ji-yeon-I, who is playing Eponine in the Korean production of "Les Miserables", are sharing the role of Molly.

Veteran actress Choi Jeong-won-I is starring as Oda Mae Brown?. Musical actress Jeong Young-joo is sharing the role with Choi.

By Yim Seung-hye [sharon@joongang.co.kr] Photos provided by the organizer

The musical Ghost is scheduled to run from Nov. 24 through to June 2014 at the D-Cube Art Center in western Seoul. Tickets, which go on sale Aug. 20, range from 60,000 won to 130,000 won. For more information, call (02) 557-1987.

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Master @mrdimples, i was actually planning on writing something regarding that ajumma scene in 1n2d, but when i saw this video, i knew i have to post this first. :)) i really enjoyed watching him sing Honey because he made it look so easy to sing! There was actually a version sang by Leeteuk of SJ and he was looking like a human pretzel trying to sing the song. He did a good job but you can see he was having a difficult time maximizing his breathing. (sorry leeteuk fans... Don't bash me please! :(( )

But Joo Won can still afford to smile all through out the song! Amazing... And if you guys would find the english translation of the song, you'll understand why the ladies were giddy. I would too, if he sang that and pointed to me! =)) =)) =))

Found a vid tat show kpop idols singing Honey. See Leeteuk at 1.05 :D

Uri cutie's version is stil the BEST :x :x :x :x

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Honey is a really fun song! But I agree one needs stamina to sing this w/o faltering. Try singing it you'll realize that its hard to catch your breath in between. I first heard it from JYP in Family Outing. The HOO-HAH-HOO-HAH part never fails to make me giggle. JW really suits trot eh? He was adorable in 7LCS during the trot song and dance scene in SeoWon's house.

Dionne, did I hear ya say trot song + Junnie?? :D

See cutie with tat ojisan hairdo...kekekekekeke =))

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but @mrdimples I saw ur request!! well at least this one.. (unless you made more)
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