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[Drama 2019-2020] Crash Landing on you, 사랑의 불시착

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  1. 1. What will happen to the OTP at the end of this drama?

    • Sweet happy ending for Ri-ri in SK
    • Cue sad music ..the divide is just too great ..the OTP will be separated
    • An open ending where they will meet again on the bridge in Switzerland ...

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Kim Jung-nan and Hyun Bin, Like Mother and Son

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Kim Jung-nan revealed a picture she took with Hyun Bin.

She posted a picture on her social media network and added the hashtags, "#crashlandingonyou #kimjungnan #hyunbin #jungseoyoon".

In the picture Hyun Bin has his arms around Kim Jung-nan and make-up artist Jung Seo-yoon. Kim Jung-nan added to the caption, "We look like an aunt and mother with her son".

Meanwhile, Kim Jung-nan recently starred in the tvN drama "Crash Landing on You" as an influential figure in an officer's private estate named Ma Yeong-ae.

 

Source : moneys.mt.co.kr/news/...

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Sometimes, I wish streaming platforms publish the actual numbers.

 

 

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https://www.soompi.com/article/1384839wpp/kim-jung-hyun-talks-about-how-crash-landing-on-you-was-a-turning-point-in-his-life

Kim Jung Hyun Talks About How “Crash Landing On You” Was A Turning Point In His Life

Feb 24, 2020
by R. Jun
 

In an interview with Sports DongA, actor Kim Jung Hyun talked about tvN’s “Crash Landing on You” and what the drama means to him.

 

He described the drama as a “turning point,” and said thanks to the drama, he was able to get past a 17-month period where he was physically and mentally unwell and unable to love himself.

 

The actor spoke about the controversy in 2018 when he was criticized for his behavior at the press conference for MBC’s “Time.” He later left the drama early due to an eating disorder.

 

Kim Jung Hyun said, “It was a time when I had been berating myself as both a person and an actor. I was having a really hard time then, to the point where I thought, ‘Why am I living?’ Every moment was like I was standing at the edge of a cliff. One day, I suddenly realized that I was being too hard on myself. I felt that because I wasn’t able to live well at the moment, I would continue to feel like I was at the edge of a cliff in the future. Once I realized that, I tried to focus on the present and the people around me.”
 

The actor said “Crash Landing on You” was a drama that helped him find hope. “What I’m most thankful for is that I learned that I’m someone who can be loved as well. I regained a lot of self esteem. PD Lee Jung Hyo just said to me, ‘Let’s have fun,’ and that gave me a lot of strength. I’ve never been contacted so much from friends’ parents asking me to come over for dinner.”

 

The actor’s goal this year is to study English. He said, “One day, I will be able to relay the energy that I feel when watching movies to people from countries all around the world.”

“I want to improve my English beyond just conversational skills to being able to act in English.” Laughing, he added, “Actor Park Myung Hoon, who appeared in ‘Parasite,’ told me to prepare in advance.”

 

 

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Netflix to release 'Top 10' feature in push toward transparency, ease of search

By Helen Coster

Reuters | February 24, 2020

 

(Reuters) - Netflix Inc <NFLX.O> on Monday announced plans to launch a new Top 10 feature that will allow users to see the most popular TV series and films in their country.

 

The Los Gatos, California, company has guarded its viewership data for years and only recently started revealing information about how many people watch its shows.

 

Director of Product Innovation Cameron Johnson wrote in a company blog post https://media.netflix.com/en/company-blog/see-whats-popular-on-netflix that Netflix will update the Top 10 feature daily. It will include an overall top 10 list as well as lists for the most popular TV series and films.

 

Shows that make these lists will be designated with a "Top 10" badge elsewhere on the platform. The streaming giant has been experimenting with top 10 lists in Mexico and the United Kingdom for the last six months, wrote Johnson.

 

Netflix uses an algorithm to serve up content based on a user's viewing history, but still faces criticism that it is difficult to browse. The Top 10 list addresses that criticism, and also reflects a trend by the company to be more transparent about how its shows are performing.

 

In December Netflix released a list of its most popular shows and films of 2019 in the United States, based on the number of households watching at least two minutes of a series, movie or special during its first 28 days on the service. The numbers were not verified by a third party.

 

(Reporting by Helen Coster; Editing by Lisa Shumaker)

 

 

https://gizmodo.com/netflix-will-finally-tell-you-what-the-most-popular-mov-1841893619

Netflix Will Finally Tell You What the Most Popular Movies and Shows Are

by Catie Keck

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Netflix’s recent pivot to churning out originals has meant that it’s been throwing a lot of richard simmons against a wall to see what sticks. This—combined with whatever algorithm is in place to determine what you like based on what you’ve watched or selected—makes for a pretty muddy discovery process for users hoping to find the next great thing on the service.

Now, a new feature could help surface some of the more compelling content users are watching day to day. As of today, a new row on the Netflix home screen will display the top 10 most popular shows and movies on the platform that day in the U.S. The order will change daily depending on what others are watching, and Netflix says that “the position of the row will vary depending on how relevant the shows and films are to you.” That is to say, if you’re not likely to watch what’s ranked highest, Netflix is less likely to promote the list to you.

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This list will be visible on the main Netflix page, and individual top 10 lists will have their own respective spots on the TV and movie tabs. According to Netflix, items that appear on these lists will get earmarked with special badges elsewhere in search and on the site.

Netflix may not do everything right—flooding its site with content it hopes will have something for everyone, for example, has created an especially frustrating experience for users seeking quality over quantity—but giving users a better chance at discovering good content, or at the very least popular content, might lend itself better to a discovery experience much closer to one users actually want. That is, one that’s less like dumpster diving for content and more like a thoughtfully curated platform promoting semi-watchable TV and movies.
 

 

 

 

 

 

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15 minutes ago, Helena said:

Netflix to release 'Top 10' feature in push toward transparency, ease of search


Should have done it earlier. Lmao

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OSEN | 2020. 02. 24. 7:54 PM

 

Reaching out of Asia, "Crash Landing on You" causes sensation worldwide

 

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Studio Dragon's Sat-Sun drama "Crash Landing on You" (tvN, scriptwriter: Park Ji Eun, director: Lee Jung Hyo, producers: Culture Depot, Studio Dragon) officially ended its broadcast on February 16. Starting with an average viewership rating of 6.1% in the first episode, the drama consistently showed a rapid increase in rating during its broadcast and officially ended with an average rating of 21.7%, peaking at 24.1% in the last episode. Therefore, the work has written a new page on the viewership ratings among tvN's dramas.

The drama ''Crash Landing on You'' is available in 190 countries on Netflix. In Latin America, English-speaking regions, and Asian regions including Korea, each episode was published after the end of the official broadcast from the first episode. Meanwhile in Europe and Japan, all episodes were streamed simultaneously on February 16. With such global coverage, ''Crash Landing on You'' is taking the world by storm.

Reportedly, the drama is becoming more and more popular in Taiwan. Three of the four major newspapers here specifically published news regarding "Crash Landing on You". Many media outlets have also been regularly uploading articles about the drama for days. Moreover, in many countries in Southeast Asia, South America, etc., fans also set up fan pages on social networks to share photos and videos. Meanwhile, the 4 videos posted on Netflix' SNS also quickly hit 6.08 million views. This figure is absolutely overwhelming compared to the number of views of other shows. The popularity of the drama “Crash Landing on You” has reached out of Asia and spread to other continents such as North America, South America, Europe, etc.

The production company Studio Dragon also got to feel the global popularity thanks to ''Crash Landing on You'' when receiving many interview and data requests from international media such as CNN, AP, ABC News, Forbes (the US), and Spanish telecommunications company, etc. The reporters said, "It seems that everyone in the world has a special feeling about the genuine image of North Korea and the unique situation of South Korea. This is a very interesting phenomenon."

Netflix's representative said, "Via Netflix, 'Crash Landing on You', a 'made in Korea' drama created by Korean producers has gone beyond its homeland and is highly loved by international fans. As the worldwide audience is more and more interested in Korean dramas, we expect that foreign fans, who are seeking good dramas, will continue to watch 'Crash Landing on You' on Netflix service."

CP Yoon Hyun Ki of Studio Dragon - the unit in charge of producing "Crash Landing on You" - shared, "We are really happy and proud of the good results the drama gained after a long journey, from early overseas shooting to the filming in Korea in freezing weather." He added, "I think these results are thanks to a combination of numerous factors like unique background setting, absorbing development, the main and supporting actors' passionate acting, emotional direction, and beautiful footages, etc. Over the past time, we were invigorated thanks to the support of TV viewers for the drama."

Studio Dragon's representative said, "Recently, thanks to global entertainment streaming services, many films have been released around the world in real-time. In a wider area than before, the reaction of foreign audiences as well as public opinion will come out immediately. Following the global media trend, Studio Dragon is expected to make full use of streaming services as a content distribution platform."



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FYI, CLOY was ranked 1st last month with a lower percentage. Anyway, it was a good run for CLOY.

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Just watched Son Yejin's Be with you (coping with CLOY). It is heart-warming, full of love, A tear-jerker. I cried at scenes that the actors are not even crying.

 

Why is it that almost all of SYJ's movies or dramas are not "completely happy endings???" It is always like that, sort of happy ending, has closure but not entirely happy :bawling:. Just like CLOY. I love it and admire it, it is genius but my heart is not completely happy or at rest after seeing the ending.

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12 hours ago, sadthe1st said:

parody for the handkerchief-to-tie-hair scene.. 

:joy:

I want parody for that scene when RJH slightly pushed Seri's head when she was trying to rest on his shoulder in ep 5/6(don't remember). That would be hilarious :joy:

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"...you came into my life like a gift"...

 

This line comes to my mind instantly as soon as the IU ost plays.  You know that feeling where your nose scrunches and your lids droop a little cause you're about to cry - yes it's still so sad :tears::tears::tears:

 

Also I think the scented candle-RJH finds SR by holding up a candle scene still wins as the "moment they fell in love" scene for me because I actually FELT chills when I watched that, like I felt their mutual love through the screen!  I think that's why I like CLOY so much - I often replay encounters of the main leads and try to convince myself that their experiences are realistically sufficient for them to be in love - but with CLOY I didn't have to, the emotions passed onto me as a viewer flawlessly.

 

On 2/23/2020 at 3:46 AM, Chowchow said:

@Helena I can’t believe they had to clarify the picture that looked like Seri was not pregnant. Why can’t it be true???? :bawling: (Or just not clarify at all? Ignorance is bliss... right?)
 

The writer really played with our emotions. With the foreshadowing of “marrying, two kids that are twins and are girls...” to opening the door and waiting for the “baby to come out”, to captain Ri helping Seri up by informing her to “take deep breaths while holding his hand” in the hospital...

 

help me.

 

Lol send help!  I can't believe it either.  Like let us be.  We can't even be spared the gift of imagination.  I think someone said this already but we were just speculating about RJH and SR's story, why are they clarifying speculations about characters in a drama?!  Also don't forget the train scene when she told him he will be a great husband and father one day!

 

On 2/23/2020 at 7:43 AM, jamy47 said:

I wonder if they will reconsider for a second season if it becomes too popular because it would be a waste of good profit to not do it. Even if they clear it for season 2, it would only happen next year because they would have to let all the cast and crew clear their schedule a year in advance.

 

I like the idea of a season 2, too.  But I'm not creative enough to even predict what amazing story it would tell.  Also I like your idea that if they are going to do another drama soon anyway, why not this one.  Not to compare with other entertainment cultures but I don't think it's a bad thing that some actors choose to reprise a role -  I don't think it takes away from their craft/art/professional trajectory in any way.  (But I guess I can see the other argument - I really do have a hard time seeing the Avengers in other standalone movies lol).

 

On 2/23/2020 at 4:12 PM, Favnia said:

 For JH it does matter when she does things or him. So I would think that she should have send a message to him, considering she was willing to cross the NK's border for him in episode 16, even though there were guns pointing at her. I think it's a bit out of character for SR to send the messages to the ducklings, the ahjummas but not JH? C'mon! In fact, I wouldn't mind if the roles were reversed, if SR would send messages to JH and learn herself how to be on her own and stay happy, even given the situation. And having faith in their love. I feel like it would be important to establish her mental health, because all the way until episode 16 she was in a pretty bad shape. In fact, the only time she was happy, was in NK! So I'd like her to be able to create her own happiness in her space, without JH's help.

 

I think she tried really hard to send him "a message" but we just weren't able to see whether he knew and how he reacted!  I think the greatest thing that happened to SR after her separation with RJH is her new relationship with her mom, which definitely helped her mental health.  She had someone close to her, another woman who understands, to confide in, and to trust!  A connection of love and trust with her very own mom.  This is huge!

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Can anyone share me the fan IG account that spotted them shooting the separation scene (where HB with handcuff). N does anyone has any info where could it be filmed? 

And also the location where HB n SR when on a date and our Capt do all the good deeds (the cctv videos that the NIS shared to his bosses). Appreciate if you can tell me the location. Plan to go on my next SK visit

 

Thanks in advaced Dongmu

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2 hours ago, Samnamu-unnie said:

Just watched Son Yejin's Be with you (coping with CLOY). It is heart-warming, full of love, A tear-jerker. I cried at scenes that the actors are not even crying.

 

Why is it that almost all of SYJ's movies or dramas are not "completely happy endings???" It is always like that, sort of happy ending, has closure but not entirely happy :bawling:. Just like CLOY. I love it and admire it, it is genius but my heart is not completely happy or at rest after seeing the ending.

That's why she is called Korea's melodrama queen 

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5 hours ago, Helena said:

In an interview with Sports DongA, actor Kim Jung Hyun talked about tvN’s “Crash Landing on You” and what the drama means to him.

He described the drama as a “turning point,” and said thanks to the drama, he was able to get past a 17-month period where he was physically and mentally unwell and unable to love himself.

The actor spoke about the controversy in 2018 when he was criticized for his behavior at the press conference for MBC’s “Time.” He later left the drama early due to an eating disorder.

Kim Jung Hyun said, “It was a time when I had been berating myself as both a person and an actor. I was having a really hard time then, to the point where I thought, ‘Why am I living?’ Every moment was like I was standing at the edge of a cliff. One day, I suddenly realized that I was being too hard on myself. I felt that because I wasn’t able to live well at the moment, I would continue to feel like I was at the edge of a cliff in the future. Once I realized that, I tried to focus on the present and the people around me.”

The actor said “Crash Landing on You” was a drama that helped him find hope. “What I’m most thankful for is that I learned that I’m someone who can be loved as well. I regained a lot of self esteem. PD Lee Jung Hyo just said to me, ‘Let’s have fun,’ and that gave me a lot of strength. I’ve never been contacted so much from friends’ parents asking me to come over for dinner.”

 

Ah, so it was him who was criticized for the 'rudeness and coldness' when attending the press conference with Seolhyun. I didn't know who he was at the time and so didn't spare much interest then. During the press conference for CLOY he still looked sick with the pale face, but in the BTS he looked really lively and I thought he had a fun time with his co-stars. 

 

I'm so glad he finally found himself again through CLOY and the director believed in KJH and gave him a chance to shine.

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So much so that I want to watch them, I shall take a stand as "No Interview".  Fans, shippers set their highest power density laser on them and will read in between lines, jump at any clues to achieve the results they want or are looking for.  That can be stressful for our Dooli. This time, I feel that I need to protect them so that they do not get hurt. 

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I have got my sister and one of my close friends hooked on this show now too :D

 

I keep rewatching all my favourite scenes. It’s just such a great drama and one that you can just keep watching over and over again. I wish it had been more episodes because 16 just wasn’t enough for me :tears:

 

Just waiting for another drama to come and create the same kind of magic now.. don’t think another drama is going to match the pairing of SYJ and HB though.

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Hi everyone! First time posting here. Rewatching CLOY again and still picking out subtle things I'd missed the first 2 times, like the quick glance from RJH to check out SR's reaction right after the first kiss on the boat. Wonderful acting by HB, SYJ and the cast! It's #1 on Netflix Hong Kong too :wub:

 

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On 2/24/2020 at 1:57 PM, Dramanoona said:

We have made it to the big time! LOL...

And I am cringing so much

Omg where is this from hahaha i want eng subs :lol:

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An article written by a lecturer in Korean Studies 

 

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Crash Landing on You: Korean drama crosses the north-south divide

Sarah A. Son, University of Sheffield

February 25, 2020 11.43am GMT

 

Link: https://theconversation.com/amp/crash-landing-on-you-korean-drama-crosses-the-north-south-divide-132140?__twitter_impression=true

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Omg..CLOY has set the bar so high that it is getting difficult moving on to other dramas.Ever since CLOY happened, I m not able to finish even one drama.I would start with something and after 2-3 episodes get bored and then go for a different one.It feels like there is a deep void.I think the only drama that I will be able watch and thoroughly enjoy right now is CLOY itself.Back to rewatching mode .:wub:

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