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So the presidential candidate has several secrets. He had a hit and run, and from the video the FL was watching, instead of reporting the incident to the police, the father took the person he injured and burned the person.

 

Anyway, the presidential candidate mentioned that his life will be busier after he learned the the person who saved him was the brother of his aide who died, Lee Geun Woo.

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I did watched up until Ep 3 today, while the plot has resemblance to Kairos, I don't feel particularly engaged with the story for now. Might be because I am also watching Beyond Evil which is so inten

I knew Assemblewoman Kim Young-Joo was shady. I don`t know what Seo Ki-Tae is hiding but no way, you should murder him and other innocent people to stop him for becoming the president. I hope Lee Jin

February 10 2021 Ep.1 trailer for OCN drama “Times” Ep.1 trailer added for OCN drama series “Times” starring Lee Seo-Jin, Lee Joo-Young, & Kim Young-Chul. Ep.1 trailer shows Seo Ju

Times: Episode 1

by LollyPip

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Lee Joo-young finally gets her shot at a leading role in Times, OCN’s new drama about a young woman who finds herself living in a future she doesn’t recognize. Her life turns upside-down in an instant when she travels to a very different timeline from her own, but a mysterious connection to her past may help her get back the only life she knows.

 

EPISODE 1 RECAP

 

During a political rally, presidential hopeful SEO KI-TAE (Kim Young-chul) is brutally assassinated by a sniper. His daughter, SEO JUNG-IN (Lee Joo-young) is in the crowd and witnesses her father’s murder, and there’s nothing she can do but scream as he falls. We hear her voice say pleadingly, Lee Jin-woo, please save my father!

In another time, Jung-in runs to her father’s house, where he’s alive and well and watching the presidential election results roll in on television. A man’s voice asks desperately:

 

I know it’s hard to believe what I’m saying. How could one believe such nonsense? But since it already happened, why don’t you just believe me? To put it bluntly, you can I can’t die like this, right? The hunting is over. They’re going to kill us! Are you going to do nothing even when you know what will happen? You know you’re going to die there, but you’re still thinking of crawling in there?

I sacrificed so much to get here. I tolerated so much and did whatever I needed to do to get myself here. In order for us to survive, in order to avoid being a dog killed and eaten after the hunt is over

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Jung-in interrupts this fraught monologue by arriving at her father’s house just in time to see him declared the country’s new president. But the voice continues: We need to bite first. We need to make the first move. Before he makes a move, we need to cut that RickRoll'D’s head off. That’s how we’ll survive. That’s how Korea will survive.

In 2019, Seo Ki-tae has been Korea’s president for four years and boasts a phenomenal 78% national approval rating. The streets are blocked as he travels by car to the Blue House, planning a speech aimed at the reporters who used to be his colleagues.

He orders his own cavalcade to pull over so that emergency vehicles can reach an accident. There were no casualties, but communications have been disrupted, so he can’t reach Jung-in by phone. He quips that she seems busier than the president these days, ha.

 

more https://www.dramabeans.com/2021/03/times-episode-1/

 

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11 hours ago, larus said:

Times: Episode 1

by LollyPip

Lee Joo-young finally gets her shot at a leading role in Times, OCN’s new drama about a young woman who finds herself living in a future she doesn’t recognize. Her life turns upside-down in an instant when she travels to a very different timeline from her own, but a mysterious connection to her past may help her get back the only life she knows.

 

EPISODE 1 RECAP

 

During a political rally, presidential hopeful SEO KI-TAE (Kim Young-chul) is brutally assassinated by a sniper. His daughter, SEO JUNG-IN (Lee Joo-young) is in the crowd and witnesses her father’s murder, and there’s nothing she can do but scream as he falls. We hear her voice say pleadingly, Lee Jin-woo, please save my father!

In another time, Jung-in runs to her father’s house, where he’s alive and well and watching the presidential election results roll in on television. A man’s voice asks desperately:

 

I know it’s hard to believe what I’m saying. How could one believe such nonsense? But since it already happened, why don’t you just believe me? To put it bluntly, you can I can’t die like this, right? The hunting is over. They’re going to kill us! Are you going to do nothing even when you know what will happen? You know you’re going to die there, but you’re still thinking of crawling in there?

I sacrificed so much to get here. I tolerated so much and did whatever I needed to do to get myself here. In order for us to survive, in order to avoid being a dog killed and eaten after the hunt is over

Timesl01-00026.jpg

 

Jung-in interrupts this fraught monologue by arriving at her father’s house just in time to see him declared the country’s new president. But the voice continues: We need to bite first. We need to make the first move. Before he makes a move, we need to cut that RickRoll'D’s head off. That’s how we’ll survive. That’s how Korea will survive.

In 2019, Seo Ki-tae has been Korea’s president for four years and boasts a phenomenal 78% national approval rating. The streets are blocked as he travels by car to the Blue House, planning a speech aimed at the reporters who used to be his colleagues.

He orders his own cavalcade to pull over so that emergency vehicles can reach an accident. There were no casualties, but communications have been disrupted, so he can’t reach Jung-in by phone. He quips that she seems busier than the president these days, ha.

 

more https://www.dramabeans.com/2021/03/times-episode-1/

 

I’m surprised but delighted lolipop picked this up for recap!  

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4 hours ago, seungshin said:

I’m surprised but delighted lolipop picked this up for recap!  

Unfortunately it will be one recap only.

 

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OCN "Times" running towards the turnaround point. Three questions burning the will of a real shooter, Mapo Bridge, cell phone, behind Han Do-Kyung (Shim Hyung-tak)?

 

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http://www.mdaily.net/news/articleView.html?idxno=26597

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Lee Seo Jin Confronts Kim Young Chul About The Truth Behind His Brother’s Death In “Times”

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Mar 6, 2021
by C. Hong
 

As soon as one mystery is solved, another unfolds in OCN’s “Times”!

“Times” is a “time warp” drama about a mysterious phone call that connects two people living five years apart: Seo Jung In (Lee Joo Young), the daughter of South Korean president Seo Gi Tae (Kim Young Chul), and Lee Jin Woo (Lee Seo Jin), a passionate and talented reporter. Seo Jung In enlists Lee Jin Woo’s help to save her father’s life, but the two end up stumbling across a dangerous truth instead.

Spoilers

In the previous episode, Lee Jin Woo blocked Han Do Kyung (Shim Hyung Tak) from rushing the sit-in site and saved the life of eight people, including Seo Gi Tae, in 2015. In 2020, Seo Jung In was able to confirm that her father had survived the events of the past.

Although Seo Jung In’s life had returned to normal, Lee Jin Woo’s world was shaken up instead. Han Do Kyung dropped a bomb in the form of the truth about his younger brother Lee Geun Woo (Ha Jun)’s death. Lee Jin Woo had put his own life on the line to try and save Seo Gi Tae twice, but it turned out that Seo Gi Tae might have been responsible for Lee Geun Woo’s death. Even though Lee Jin Woo had had suspicions about the circumstances of his brother’s death and had requested a re-inquiry, this was a new suspect whom he had never dreamed of.

His mind in chaos, Lee Jin Woo opted to force a direct confrontation with Seo Gi Tae. He intends to determine the facts not only as Lee Geun Woo’s brother but as a reporter with deep convictions. In a preview for the next episode, he didn’t beat around the bush, asking Seo Gi Tae outright, “Is there something I don’t know about Lee Geun Woo’s death? Someone told me that you had killed him.”

In the stills, the two face off in Seo Gi Tae’s office. Although Seo Gi Tae looks happy at first to see the man who saved his life, Lee Jin Woo remains tense and determined throughout the encounter. As their meeting goes on, the expression on Seo Gi Tae’s face subtly changes.

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https://www.soompi.com/article/1457825wpp/lee-seo-jin-confronts-kim-young-chul-about-the-truth-behind-his-brothers-death-in-times

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Lee Seo Jin And Lee Joo Young Face Danger At Every Turn On “Times”

 

Lee Seo Jin and Lee Joo Young will face a new level of danger in the upcoming episode of OCN’s “Times”!

 

“Times” is a “time warp” drama about two people who are living in different times and connected through a mysterious phone call. Seo Jung In (Lee Joo Young), the daughter of South Korean president Seo Gi Tae (Kim Young Chul), lives in 2020, while Lee Jin Woo (Lee Seo Jin), a passionate and talented reporter, lives in 2015. Seo Jung In enlists Lee Jin Woo’s help to save her father’s life, but the two end up stumbling across dangerous secrets.

Spoilers

In the previous episode, it was revealed that the person behind Han Do Kyung (Shim Hyung Tak)’s assassination attempt on Seo Gi Tae was Seo Gi Tae’s political partner and second-in-line, Kim Young Joo (Moon Jung Hee). It was also revealed that Seo Gi Tae is deeply involved in the mysterious death of Lee Geun Woo (Ha Jun), Lee Jin Woo’s brother. Feeling furious and betrayed, Lee Jin Woo shoots Seo Gi Tae and Seo Jung In is forced to reckon not only with her father’s death again but that Lee Jin Woo is the murderer.

 

There were also new clues in the form of a secret slush fund for politicians owned by JC Communications. Lee Geun Woo and a JC Communications employee named Choi Chul Ho had been killed and their deaths made to look like suicide because they had gotten their hands on documents that proved the slush fund’s existence. In the preview, Lee Jin Woo vowed to continue his brother’s work and reveal what he tried to reveal.

 

However, there are serious obstacles in place to prevent this from happening. Even though the past is constantly changing due to Seo Jung In and Lee Jin Woo’s interference, she warned him that his own death from a car accident on Mapo Bridge was still unchanged. Meanwhile, Seo Jung In has to communicate with Lee Jin Woo in order to prevent him from shooting her father, but the new stills show her trapped inside a police station, locked in a furious altercation with Kim Young Joo. In the preview, Kim Young Joo ordered Seo Jung In’s phone taken away, depriving her of her only contact with the past.

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This episode of “Times” will air on March 7 at 10:30 p.m. KST.

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1458001wpp/lee-seo-jin-and-lee-joo-young-face-danger-at-every-turn-on-times

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I knew Assemblewoman Kim Young-Joo was shady. I don`t know what Seo Ki-Tae is hiding but no way, you should murder him and other innocent people to stop him for becoming the president. I hope Lee Jin Woo will investigate a little more and not let her manipulate him to kill Seo Ki Tae himself. 

Jung-In must convinced Jin Woo to help her/ to not shoot her father . There are more people in this conspiracy. We did not know anything about JC Telecom. Who is in charge with this company?

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Can I just say I am particularly bored the whole time while watching this week episodes except for the cliffhanger? That cliffhanger is the only thing that happened in ep 5-6 that convinced me to keep watching next episodes. 

 

To be honest, the only one I am rooting for is Seo Jung In and I don't really care much about Lee Jin Woo anymore. I wouldn't say that Seo Gi Tae is completely innocent because by doing nothing, he is enabling both Kim Young Joo and Nam Seong Beom to continue with their dirty jobs. However, for Lee Jin Woo to be completely roped in into Kim Young Joo's story feels too stupid on his end. 

 

First of all, that recording on Geun Woo's phone, how is he really sure that is Geun Woo's phone? How is he sure that the recording is not altered at all? Most of the evidence he gathered, Kim Young Joo kindly give or lead it to him. Why is he so easy to believe in Kim Young Joo just because he is so convince Seo Gi Tae is the mastermind? Why is he as a reporter doesn't suspect Kim Young Joo's behavior at all? I can't accept that he is that gullible to believe everything just because the vague evidences seems to match up with what Kim Young Joo told him. Yes, I have that many complain on Lee Jin Woo and a whole lot more. Him being a desperate hyung trying to find the truth about his dongsaeng's death doesn't excuse him for all his irrational actions. 

 

That cliffhanger and the fact Kim Young Joo is right next to him, I guess he is that gullible to be used just like that. I just hope Seo Jung In will knocked some senses onto him or he must has a grand plan to bring everyone down if he actually waited for 5 years to do it. 

 

 

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Got into this because I loved Kairos and because of Lee Seo Jin.

 

Still watching but I couldn't really connect with this drama. First the FL, IMO just disconnected somehow and whiny in the beginning. Like half the time she is not ready with all the information when calling LSJ that she has to google it right there and then. I know sometimes the situation changes so fast but even when it's not, she is just not prepared. That just feels off. And maybe somewhat of her acting too that ticks me.

 

Jin Woo was doing okay but ep 5-6 just feels wrong too somehow. Like someone else said that he suddenly just believed whatever Young Joo tells him?

 

Really just couldn't find out or describe what it is that really bugs me about this drama.

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@larus thanks a for continuing to update

 

Okay JW is alive. And he's a presidential candiate. So the death in 2015 is fake. Also the KYJ using the same type of  phone  experience the same communication time travel. Because she was talking to NSB 2015 but  in the present time she came  to the office of NSB which he looks like he's seen a ghost because... he was just talking to her on phone. There's something with those phones.

 

The twist.

 

 I like Jin Woo 2020 because.. .. I mean look at him. Ahjusshi! 

 

Lee Seo Jin looks so dapper as future President Jin Woo...

 

 

 

 

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He's baaaaack! Jin Woo stepping into DBS. JI must be  in shock. Hello Mr. future President.

 

 

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There's a reason why I always watch OCN dramas.

Waiting for Ep 7 & 8. More of slick dashing Jin Woo in a pres. debate

 

 

 

 

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Former Allies Lee Joo Young And Lee Seo Jin + Kim Young Chul And Moon Jung Hee Turn Against Each Other In “Times”

 

Former allies have turned into enemies on OCN’s “Times”!

 

“Times” is a time-warp drama about two people living in different times who are connected through a mysterious phone call. Lee Joo Young stars as Seo Jung In, the daughter of President Seo Gi Tae (Kim Young Chul) in 2020, and Lee Seo Jin stars as Lee Jin Woo, a reporter living in 2015. Seo Jung In commissions Lee Jin Woo to prevent the death of her father, but their interference in the timeline causes unforeseen consequences.

Spoilers

After Lee Jin Woo suspected Seo Gi Tae of being behind the death of his younger brother, Lee Geun Woo (Ha Jun), his partnership with Seo Jung In began to collapse. Lee Jin Woo learned that his brother had died because of the evidence he had collected of JC Communications’ illegal slush fund, including a voice recording of Seo Gi Tae threatening Lee Geun Woo and an entry in the anonymous slush fund ledger reading “K,” which might be referring to Seo Gi Tae.

 

In his anger, Lee Jin Woo aimed a gun at Seo Gi Tae’s head and Seo Jung In had to desperately persuade him to stop in order to save both her father and her time-warp partner. She convinced him that Kim Young Joo (Moon Jung Hee), who had tried to have Seo Gi Tae assassinated, as well as Baek Kyu Min (Song Young Chang) and Nam Sung Bum (Yoo Sung Joo) were all implicated in the illegal slush fund ledger and were also strong suspects in Lee Geun Woo’s death. Lee Jin Woo put down his gun and decided to pursue another avenue of revenge. In a twist ending, he appeared before Seo Jung In in 2020 as a strong presidential candidate in the election.

 

The new stills highlight the tension between Lee Jin Woo and Seo Jung In, who have met in person for the first time but in less-than-ideal circumstances. Seo Jung In sought out Lee Jin Woo at his campaign office to learn the truth about what had happened in the five years between their phone call and now, but Lee Jin Woo hands her a mysterious ledger in response. Although Seo Jung In is disbelieving of whatever she finds in there, he responds with a cold and unsympathetic look.

 

The production staff stated, “Cracks will start to form in the ideal father-daughter relationship between Seo Gi Tae and Seo Jung In. Please look forward to what ‘truths’ Lee Jin Woo delivered to Seo Jung In, and how the truth behind what happened five years ago will affect the father-daughter relationship.”

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“Times” also revealed stills of Kim Young Chul (Seo Gi Tae) and Moon Jung Hee (Kim Young Joo) in their own tense confrontation. In 2020, Seo Gi Tae is the current South Korean president, and finds himself locked in a fierce conflict between Baek Kyu Min, the former president, and Lee Jin Woo and Kim Young Joo, new presidential candidates.

 

In the stills, Kim Young Joo kneels before Seo Gi Tae in his office. She had been his closest confidante, but when Seo Gi Tae learned that she had been colluding with his opponent, Baek Kyu Min, and had tried to have him assassinated multiple times, he became furious with her. Now he holds her entire political future in his hands.

 

The production staff stated, “The relationships of all the cast have changed 180 degrees. From March 13, the political mystery will start in earnest. Please look forward to the fierce battle between politicians who are fighting for the right to power.”

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This episode of “Times” airs on March 13 at 10:30 p.m. KST.

 

https://www.soompi.com/article/1459010wpp/former-allies-lee-joo-young-and-lee-seo-jin-kim-young-chul-and-moon-jung-hee-turn-against-each-other-in-times

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I NEED Lee Jin Woo to have some sort of grand plan to bring down all those corrupted politicians. If his only motivation is to brings down Seo Gi Tae, this drama is nothing but a very plain revenge drama. I guess we are not gonna get anymore call to the past since the phone is missing. 

 

I guess I know now why Lee Seo Jin was casted in this. The PD needs someone with charisma as a president candidate and his image fits in. However, his character is slowly going downhill and I won't root for him at all anymore unless he proves that he got bigger plan in action. His motivation just to revenge for his younger brother is really weak especially he is doing exactly the opposite of what his brother wanted to do which was revealing the truth about corruptions that happened.  

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