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4 hours ago, Dreamofsprings said:

I do believe so but also I think that could be the police office that went to cafe to have the reaping remember he love shaman those are my two suspect 

Yeah I am with you as well, I think it could be these to as well.

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Here are the ratings for Episode 7! :).

 

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“Café Minamdang” Continues At No. 1 + “Link” Sees Small Dip In Ratings

KBS2’s “Café Minamdang” defended its position at No. 1 amongst Monday-Tuesday dramas!

 

According to Nielsen Korea, the July 18 broadcast of “Café Minamdang” garnered an average nationwide rating of 4.5 percent for episode 7. This is a 0.3 percent increase from the previous episode’s score of 4.2 percent.

 

“Café Minamdang” Continues At No. 1 + “Link” Sees Small Dip In Ratings | Soompi

 

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Here are the ratings for Episode 8! :).

 

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“Café Minamdang” Continues Streak At No. 1 As “Link” Also Enjoys Ratings Boost

KBS2’s “Café Minamdang” continues at No. 1!

 

According to Nielsen Korea, the July 19 broadcast of “Café Minamdang” garnered an average nationwide rating of 5.0 percent for episode 8. This is a 0.5 percent increase from the previous night’s score of 4.5 percent.

 

“Café Minamdang” Continues Streak At No. 1 As “Link” Also Enjoys Ratings Boost | Soompi

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Café Minamdang OST part 1

 

조광일(Jo Gwangil) - Ghost Buster

 

 

Café Minamdang OST part 2

 

남영주(Nam Young Joo) - Stay Awake

 

 

Café Minamdang OST part 3

레이나(Raina) - 끝나지 않는 밤 (Endless Night)

 

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Cafe Minamdang: Episodes 7-8

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Amid all the heated rivalries and shaman shenanigans this week, the Minamdang crew and the police team are forced to work together in the face of the realities of violence against women.

 

EPISODES 7-8 WEECAP

 

Thank the drama gods that Su-cheol arrives just in time to save Han-jun from an untimely death by choking. Su-cheol chases the suspicious nurse all around the hospital, but still loses him.

Meanwhile, Han-jun and Jae-hui rush back to Yeong-seop’s room, but they only catch a few minutes with him before he dies. Oh no. Playing his role as the spirit-blessed shaman, Han-jun gives Yeong-seop peace, resulting in a last confession: Yeong-seop really didn’t kill anyone.

At the Minamdang hospital room, Han-jun demands an apology, insisting Jae-hui should’ve believed him and even threatening to wash away the DNA material he got from the suspect. He’s so overdramatic that Su-cheol and Hye-jun are feeling so embarrassed. Same. Jae-hui begrudgingly apologizes, so Han-jun hands over the DNA material. But unfortunately, it doesn’t match with any identity. Well, things aren’t going to be that easy.

 

Back home, Han-jun complains about the smelly food, igniting his clean freak sensibilities and an air purifier PPL. I was wondering when we’ll get those, which don’t usually work on me, but Seo In-gook is a great seller that I’m almost tempted. Damn.

Planning their next step, Han-jun points out that they need to start with investigating the sewer murder victim KANG EUN-HYE (Kim Min-seol). Laughing maniacally, he promises to catch Gopuri before Jae-hui does

 

The next day, Jae-hui and Do-won track down Eun-hye’s friend who gives them a new lead: Eun-hye is actually a trainee at Joyce Entertainment. They’re surprised, however, when said friend informs them she already discussed this with a male detective (*cough* Su-cheol *cough*). Seems like our Minamdang crew is one step ahead of the police again.

Back at the cafe, a frazzled woman brings in her “possessed” brother to meet the infamous shaman. Everyone’s scared of the possibility of ghosts, but when the woman brings out a thick envelope of money, Han-jun is instantly hooked.

 

At the shaman lair, Han-jun prepares for the consultation. Watching from the CCTV, Hye-jun berates him for accepting when they don’t have any info on this allegedly possessed guy. But a panic-stricken Han-jun only stares at the CCTV camera — his comms earpiece is missing! Things get worse when Hye-jun finds a livestream of the session. Oh nooooo.

The unexpected customers are revealed to be part of a show called Fraudbusters, sent in by Jae-hui. Too bad for her, Han-jun still has a few tricks up his sleeves: his profiling skills. All throughout his interactions with the unexpected clients, he has been cataloging observations, including the hidden camera in the woman’s bag. Our resident shaman just ended up with two more clients in awe of him.

 

Han-jun leads his new converts out to the cafe. There, he confronts Jae-hui and Do-won about their scheme, as they try to make excuses.

But the confrontation is abruptly cut off when none other than Han-jun’s mother arrives, watching the livestream on her phone and finding out her son is the shaman. Yikes! Poor Deaconess Kim nearly faints in shock.

 

Nevertheless, the trio get back on track. Their next target: PARK JIN-SANG (Baek Seung-ik), the director of Joyce Entertainment and a son of Choekang Insurance’s chairman. The Choekang Group again!

With a string of criminal records under his belt, Director Park is infamous as “Pain in the RickRoll'D” and “MC Genie” whose favorite line is “Do you know who I am?” It’s a wonder Joyce Entertainment hasn’t gone bankrupt under his leadership. Well, Hye-jun says the company’s already in the red, but surprisingly, it got a lot of investments. Who’s putting money in a poorly managed company? Sus!

 

Elsewhere, Do-won privately meets (read: ambushes) Director Park to question him about Eun-hye. It also quickly becomes obvious that they know each other, as Do-won refers to the director’s father as “Uncle.” Are they relatives then? Hmm.

Rattled, Director Park visits an actual shaman. Unbeknownst to him, Minamdang’s dynamic duo has been tailing him. Su-cheol accidentally barges into the ritual and only narrowly escapes by running away with bananas covering his face. LOL. They enjoy the free bananas, but their mission to see the director’s wrist is still a failure.

So, Han-jun enlists the help of VVIP client Min-gyeong, who is so adorably excited to get a call from the shaman. She recommends his services to Joyce Entertainment for their upcoming audition, and Han-jun finally gets a face-to-face meeting with Director Park. He quickly checks the director’s wrist, but he has a pain relief patch on. Blast!

 

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Here are the ratings for Episode 9! :).

 

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“Link” And “Café Minamdang” See Dips In Ratings

 

Meanwhile, KBS2’s “Café Minamdang” defended its position at No. 1. It garnered an average viewership rating of 4.5 percent for the ninth episode, which is a small dip from the previous episode’s score of 5.0 percent.

 

“Link” And “Café Minamdang” See Dips In Ratings | Soompi

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by lo_ve, July 26, 2022
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Cha Tae Hyun and Eum Moon Suk will be making a special appearance in the KBS drama "Café Minamdang."

On July 26th it was confirmed that actors Cha Tae Hyun and Eum Moon Suk will be making a cameo appearance in the KBS drama. The still cut photos of the two were also released. Their scenes will be revealed in the 10th episode of the drama. 

"Café Minamdang" revolves around Nam Han Joon a former criminal profiler turned fraudster. He disguises himself as a fortune teller at Minamdang. The drama is directed by Go Jae Hyun ("Crime Puzzle") and Yoon Ra Young ("Voice 4: Judgment Hour"). The script is written by Park Hye Jin ("The Emperor: Owner of the Mask").

The series is led by Seo In Guk, Oh Yeon Seo, Kwak Shi Yang, Kang Mi Na, Won Hyun Joon, and Baek Seo Hoo.

 

Cha Tae Hyun will play the role of a priest as seen in the still cuts. His character is seen holding a baby pig while smiling meaningfully. In another photo, the actor is seen holding a cross. He will hold an exorcism ceremony for Nam Han Joon.

Meanwhile, Eum Moon Suk will play the role of a gangster boss. He will have a fight scene with Nam Han Joon who's currently investigating a gambling place.

The production team of "Café Minamdang" shared, "Thanks to the great acting skills and strong presence of our guests Cha Tae Hyun and Eum Moon Suk, a great episode was created. Please look forward to the performances of the actors in the series."

"Café Minamdang" will air on July 26th at 9:50 PM KST. It will be the 10th episode of the series. The drama can also be watched worldwide through the global OTT platform, Netflix. 

 

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After "Café Minamdang," drama viewers will be able to see Cha Tae Hyun in the upcoming Disney+ and JTBC series "Moving." He will work alongside Ryu Seung Ryong, Han Hyo Joo, and Jo In Sung. The actor will also lead the 2023 drama "Brain Cooperation." 

Meanwhile, Eum Moon Suk is set to return to dramas this August through the ENA drama "Good Job." He will also star in several films such as "Mother's Place," "Re-Born," and "Samdo Investigation Headquarters." 

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https://mydramalist.com/article/cha-tae-hyun-and-eum-moon-suk-to-make-a-cameo-in-caf-minamdang

 

 

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He now knows that the FL is his best friends little sister.

 

Here is the ratings for episode 11! :).

 

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KBS2’s “Café Minamdang” achieved an average nationwide rating of 4.1 percent for episode 11, marking a dip in ratings from the previous week’s score of 5.5 percent.

 

“Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist” And “Hunted” Join Ratings Race With Promising Starts | Soompi

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Here is the ratings for episode 13! :).

 

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“Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist” And “Café Minamdang” See Dips In Ratings With Focus Shifted To News Reports

Monday night dramas saw drops in ratings as viewers focused on breaking news reports.

On August 8, episode 13 of KBS2’s “Café Minamdang” garnered an average nationwide rating of 3.7 percent according to Nielsen Korea. This is a dip from the previous episode’s rating of 4.7 percent and the drama’s lowest score yet.

 

“Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist” And “Café Minamdang” See Dips In Ratings With Focus Shifted To News Reports | Soompi

 

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Here is the ratings for Episode 14! :).

 

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“Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist” Ratings Climb Back Up + Remains No. 1 Monday-Tuesday Drama

tvN’s “Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist” and KBS2’s “Café Minamdang” both enjoyed an increase in ratings last night!

 

Meanwhile, episode 14 of “Café Minamdang” achieved an average nationwide rating of 4.3 percent, also marking an increase from the previous episode’s score of 3.7 percent.

 

“Poong, the Joseon Psychiatrist” kicked off on August 1 with an average nationwide rating of 3.9 percent whereas “Café Minamdang” was slight ahead of it with a score of 4.1 percent on the same day. However, “Poong, the Joseon Psychiatrist” overtook “Café Minamdang” on the second day and has continued as the No. 1 Monday-Tuesday drama ever since.

 

“Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist” Ratings Climb Back Up + Remains No. 1 Monday-Tuesday Drama | Soompi

 

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Cafe Minamdang: Episodes 13-14

by meryl

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Working together has proven just how fast our shaman crew and police team can get things done. Well, it also helps that our new couples are extra motivated to wrap up the case to enjoy their budding romances.

 

EPISODES 13-14 WEECAP

 

Han-jun wastes no time to save Jae-hui from the burning RV, but it comes at the cost of letting Assistant Gu run free again and Han-jun injured and fainting from inhaling too much smoke.

At the hospital, Jae-hui sits by Han-jun’s bedside, while Hye-jun and Su-cheol hack into the laptop Jae-hui found in Assistant Gu’s RV. Hye-jun reflects that despite being usually coolheaded, Han-jun looked so rattled worrying about Jae-hui. Then she informs her new boyfriend that she’s probably like that too, so he shouldn’t die before her or else. Su-cheol only smiles, hugging her in assurance.

Inside the room, Han-jun wakes up and immediately goes to hug Jae-hui in relief. He admits that despite being a scaredy cat who often runs away (even from his own budding feelings), he thinks he’d probably come back to Jae-hui in the end. “Can you wait for me a little? After I catch Gopuri and get Jae-jeong’s permission, then I’ll give you my entire heart.” Jae-hui agrees, tearing up in happiness.

 

The next day, the police team checks in with Jae-hui and consolidate their findings. Jae-hui shares the childhood photo from the RV, while Detective Jang brings out a burnt yet matching photo, confirming Assistant Gu’s identity as Im Yeong-joo. Apparently, he was the suspect of Detective Jang’s first murder case, back when Assistant Gu was only a kid who burnt down his house with his abusive father still inside.

Back at the cafe, the Minamdang crew finds a photo of the name-filled gopuri knot in Assistant Gu’s laptop files and a whole folder of sex videos featuring politicians and chaebols (WTF). Do-won arrives, bearing a new lead: N.Joy Club, a popular dance club where Auntie Im’s cartel members (as Do-won refers to them) and other chaebols engage in drug deals, but they need solid proof before they can close the club down. So they prepare to go undercover.

 

Outside the cafe, after wrapping up the meeting, Han-jun and Do-won play tug of war, insisting they’ll take home their lady love while Jae-hui looks so damn done with their rivalry. (Not me. I want more! This dynamic is funny!) But Jae-hui points out she lives so near anyway, so she’s just gonna walk herself home. Han-jun joins her anyway, while a flabbergasted Do-won scoffs as Hye-jun and Su-cheol try to cheer him up.

On their walk, Jae-hui finally asks why Han-jun never let her see him in prison. Han-jun simply says he hoped she would live a better life and forget the bad memories. But now that she’s here in the center of the storm, he hopes to quickly catch the culprits, pinky-promising they can date after.

 

Putting their plan into action, the Minamdang crew and co. put on fancy outfits and infiltrate the club. The girls get in with no problem, but the boys… Oh the boys.

Stopped at the entrance, Han-jun blames Su-cheol and his frilly lace white polo and blond wig. So Su-cheol pushes his way in with physical force, lol. Just behind them, Min-gyeong and Director Park, who want to see the shaman, get kicked out despite being the actual chaebols. Oof.

Inside the club, Do-won is forced to play waiter along with Na-dan, who plays mentor to the undercover rookie Do-won. They find a drug user in a private room, and Do-won barges in to warn the girl inside about her drugged drink, angering the male customers, who then call the club manager. Unfortunately for them, Han-jun and Su-cheol have already apprehended said manager after Jae-hui and Hye-jun marked a suspicious person trading a red drug. It’s the same one Auntie Im and Seung-won have!

Apparently, the club is a front for supplying the red drug Ruby, and Assistant Gu manages the club. So now, the crew just needs to find Assistant Gu’s ledger full of incriminating information.

Except the ledger is in an ultra secure safe at the top floor of the hotel where the club is located and the crew has no way to get in. Until Han-jun moves his little chess pieces around. He has already called Detective Jang to bring in the police using Jae-hui’s authority.

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Here is the ratings for Episode 15! :).

 

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“Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist” Achieves Its Highest Rating Yet

KBS2’s “Café Minamdang” also enjoyed a slight increase in viewership ahead of next week’s finale. Episode 15 garnered an average nationwide rating of 4.5 percent, which is a 0.2 percent increase in ratings from its previous episode.

 

“Poong, The Joseon Psychiatrist” Achieves Its Highest Rating Yet | Soompi

 

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