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[Drama 2018] Mr. Sunshine, 미스터 션샤인 - Winner of Critics’ Choice Award for Drama category

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oops.gif Don't tell him what happened, he's still watching it. :vicx:

 

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USFK commander 'strongly' recommends Korean epic drama 'Mr. Sunshine'


SEOUL, Feb. 12 (Yonhap) -- U.S. Forces Korea (USFK) Commander Gen. Robert Abrams recommended that American service members watch a South Korean TV drama series about a Korean man becoming a U.S. officer and being embroiled in the national resistance movement against Japanese colonialists.

 

The 2018 series, "Mr. Sunshine," which starred big-name actor Lee Byung-hun and aired on tvN, recorded the fourth-highest ratings for cable TV and won the top prize at the inaugural Asian Content Awards of the Busan International Film Festival last year.

 

"Fair warning. If you are coming to Korea you are legally required to watch Mr Sunshine before you arrive. It's on NetFlix. That is all," Maj. Gen. Patrick Donahoe, deputy commanding general of the Eighth Army, tweeted Sunday.

 

Retweeting the post the following day, Abrams said: "Not quite legally required. More like 'strongly encouraged.' You will be glad you did."

 

Known for its delicate mixture of dramatized history and tantalizing romance, the period drama centers on a Korean boy born into slavery in the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) who escaped to the U.S and became a Marine Corps officer.

 

During the 1871 Shinmiyangyo (U.S. expedition to Korea), he returned to his homeland and was involved in the national movements against attempts by Japanese imperialists to colonize the peninsula.

 

This image provided by CJ E&M shows a poster for the upcoming television series "Mr. Sunshine." (PHOTO NOT FOR SALE) (Yonhap)

This image provided by CJ E&M shows a poster for the upcoming television series "Mr. Sunshine." (PHOTO NOT FOR SALE) (Yonhap)


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A happy time throwback.. behind-the-scene :P

 

Clip: 토마토 @tomattooooo

 

Remember DoMi?

 

February 18, 2020

 

"Mr. Sunshine" Ko Woo-rim to Become Lee Bo-young's Son in "When My Love Blooms"

 

Source: TV Report via HanCinema.net

 

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Ko Woo-rim, the child actor from "Mr. Sunshine" is starring in "When My Love Blooms" as Lee Bo-young's son.

 

Namoo Actors announced that Ko Woo-rim will be playing a role in "When My Love Blooms" on the 18th.

 

Ko Woo-rim plays Lee Yeong-min, Yoon Ji-soo's (Lee Bo-young) son. He's a brilliant mind who never misses being number 1 at school, and has a sweet and kind character as well. He loves his mother dearly and is mature enough to never throw a tantrum even once.

 

Ko Woo-rim has always been the young version of main characters, starting with young Kim Woo-bin in "Friends 2", young Nam Joo-hyuk in "Who Are You - School 2015" and young Kim Myung-soo in "Angel's Last Mission: Love". He also starred as the character of Do-mi in the tvN drama "Mr. Sunshine".

 

"When My Love Blooms" is a reminiscence of those in their 40s who went through the 1990s. It is a melodramatic story about a woman in her 40s coming face to face with her first love. The drama comes out in April.

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mrs.jpg MR.SUNSHINE twitter poll by @beansoup

 

It's Major Moore for Captain Choi :blush:

 

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Still on the same question, we have a lot of potential candidates for Eugene :D

 

if aeshin was not the love interest, who would you pick for eugene?

 

Credit: @beansoup15 & @writingislife_

 

A close fight .. the enemy wins..

 

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February 23, 2020

 

Highest Viewership Rated Korean Dramas On Netflix: Top 5 Korean Dramas

 

By Kartiki Malik Clout


Highest Rated Korean Dramas


Korean Wave is driven by K-POP and K-dramas across Asia in the last decade. And now it has spread the wings all over the World. Korean drama viewership is provided by two South Korean Companies, AGB Nielsen Media Research and TNmS. This list of Highest Rated Korean Drama on Netflix is based on the ratings provided by AGB Nielsen.

 

5. Mr Sunshine

 

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Lee Byung-hun plays a Korean kid from a poor family who winds up in the United States after the 1871 Shinmiyangyo occurrence comes back to his country during a chronicled defining moment. Presently an official with the American military, Eugene becomes hopelessly enamoured with Kim Tae-ri, a privileged person’s little girl, and finds a dull plan to colonize the nation from which he once fled. Kim Tea-ri attempts to make sense of if Eugene is a companion as they wonder what the English word “love” signifies.

NO. of episodes – 24

Rating– 18.129%


4. Guardian: The Lonely and Great God

Rating– 18.680%

 

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Gong Yoo is a troll and defender of spirits. He is the landlord of Grim Reaper Lee Dong-Wook, who is responsible for taking perished spirits. Needing to take his interminable life, Shin has been searching for his human lady of the hour, the main individual who can take his life. Meanwhile, Kim Go-Eun is a secondary school understudy who stays idealistic regardless of the catastrophes and troubles she has encountered in her life. She brings the troll by some coincidence, and through different experiences, winds up becoming hopelessly enamoured with him. Radiant Yoo In-na is a chicken café owner, whose excellence is evident. These four characters’ lives take a progression of turns and turn when they interlace.

NO. of episodes – 16

 


3. Reply 1988

Rating– 18.803%

 

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Reply 1988 Follows the lives of 5 friends  Lee Hye-ri, Park Bo-gum, Go Kyung-pyo, Ryu Jun-yeol and Lee Dong-hwi and their families living on a similar road in an area called Ssangmundong in Seoul. A nostalgic glance back at the year 1988.

No. of episodes – 20

 


2. Crash Landing On You

Rating– 21.683%

 

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Crash Landing On You is the story of two stars crossed lovers, Son Ye-jin, a South Korean heiress, and Hyun Bin, an individual from the North Korean elite (who likewise happens to be a military official). At some point, while Son Ye-Jin goes for a short paragliding ride in Seoul, South Korea, an abrupt tornado takes her out and passes her over course. She stirs to wind up in a backwoods in the DMZ in North Korea (a taboo region for South Koreans). It is here that she meets Hyun Bin, a North Korean armed force official.

Hyun Bin, in the long run, gives Son Ye Jin cover and creates plans to furtively assist her with coming back to South Korea. After some time, they become hopelessly enamoured, in spite of the gap and contest between their separate nations.

No. of episodes – 16

 


1. Sky Castle 

Rating– 23.779%

 

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Highest Rated Korean Drama that intently takes a gander at the materialistic wants of the high society guardians in Korea and how they heartlessly secure the accomplishments of their families at the expense of wrecking others’ lives. The show spins around the lives of housewives Yum Jung-ah, Lee Tae-ran, Yoon Se-ah, Oh Na-ra and Kim Seo-hyung living in a sumptuous local location called SKY Castle in rural Seoul, where well off specialists and teachers live. The spouses are resolved to make their husbands progressively fruitful and to bring up their kids like rulers and princesses and to be top students. They need their youngsters to go to top colleges so they utilize all way imaginable to get that. They burn through billions of won to enlist facilitators for school placement tests.

No. of episodes – 20

 

 

Source: _yeyeong_x1

 

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Actual EuShin scene not shown during the airing..

 

Source: hhminee

 

 

MR.SUNSHINE art by @cheeezmoon

 

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I like this black-white pic. Beautiful.

 

On 3/2/2020 at 6:06 PM, rubie said:

Actual EuShin scene not shown during the airing

 

Too bad the scene wasnt shown and it didnt end with a kiss. 

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Ae Shin touched his hand without hesitation because he was injured.

I like it because DM was happy. 

That song was perfect for that scene.

 

 

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So true...

The women in our drama are strong and brave.

 

 

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