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“Flower Of Evil” Shares 3 Key Points To Watch Out For

 

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Flower of Evil” shared what to look out for in the show’s remaining episodes!

 

The drama is about a man named Do Hyun Soo (Lee Joon Gi), who lives under the identity of Baek Hee Sung (Kim Ji Hoon) to hide his past. His detective wife Cha Ji Won (Moon Chae Won) begins to suspect that he may be a serial killer, and the couple is ultimately forced to confront a dark truth they never wanted to face.

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With only a few episodes left until the conclusion, the production team unveiled three key points to watch out for:

1. Do Hyun Soo’s transformation

One of the most important points to pay attention to is the emotional change of Do Hyun Soo. His father’s serial murder case was a traumatic incident for him, and whenever someone mentioned it, he would find it difficult to breathe. He also felt suffocating shock when Cha Ji Won tried to end things with him. Do Hyun Soo, who originally didn’t understand people’s feelings, slowly broke down his iron wall, and he eventually burst into tears when his wife still wanted to stay with him even after she found out his true identity.

 

The production crew revealed, “Do Hyun Soo actually experienced a shortness of breath whenever he wanted to cry. I hope you look forward to the change in Do Hyun Soo as he becomes more open to various emotions.”

 

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2. Do Hyun Soo vs. Baek Hee Sung

The second key point to keep an eye out for is the showdown between Do Hyun Soo and Baek Hee Sung.

 

Previously, it was revealed that Baek Hee Sung is actually Do Hyun Soo’s father’s accomplice.

 

The production crew commented, “The fateful confrontation between Do Hyun Soo and Baek Hee Sung will soon unfold. As the story progresses, viewers will be able to find out how the two are fatefully intertwined and how their showdown will end.”

 

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3. Personal choices

Last but not least, Do Hyun Soo, Cha Ji Won, Do Hae Soo (Jang Hee Jin), and Kim Moo Jin (Seo Hyun Woo) will have to make their final decisions about how they want to conclude this chapter in their life.

 

In episode 11, Do Hyun Soo and Cha Ji Won found out the truth, but they still chose to stay together. Do Hae Soo made arduous efforts to find her father’s accomplice in order to set her brother free, and Kim Moo Jin stayed b / soompi newsy her side to protect her, despite her attempts to push him away.

 

The production team said, “Do Hyun Soo and Cha Ji Won’s love will be tested once again, and a new story will unfold. Do Hae Soo and Kim Moo Jin will also have to make their final choices. Please watch in order to find out what they will decide to do in the end.”

 

The next episode will air on September 9 at 10:50 p.m. KST.

 

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4 Things We Loved & 1 Thing We Hated About Episode 11 Of “Flower Of Evil”

 

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Episode 11 of “Flower of Evil” is an intense emotional rollercoaster. Perhaps it was a blessing in disguise that episode 12 was postponed because there is so much to revel over in this episode alone. Fans who have been waiting for Cha Ji Won (Moon Chae Won) and Do Hyun Soo/Baek Hee Sung (Lee Joon Gi) to finally come together and work as one team are sure to be overjoyed. Here are the things we loved and hated about episode 11.

 

Warning: spoilers for the episode below. 

LOVED: Kim Mu Jin’s live stream

Kim Mu Jin (Seo Hyun Woo) has been a character that teeters the line between being likable and dislikable. On one hand, he doesn’t have the best track record when it comes to his treatment of Hyun Soo, but this week he really steps up. When he realizes that Hyun Soo is in danger, he does his best to make a distraction so they can escape. However, the plan fails, and he gets stuck in a cat and mouse chase with Yum Sang Chul’s henchman (Park Gwang Jae) in a parking garage. As he crawls his way underneath cars to hide, he starts a livestream and warns his followers that if something happens to him, they need to call the police.

 

While this scene will definitely have you stress sweating, it’s also rather comedic. The way he is adamant he is not doing an ASMR video and then bravely announces journalism will live on forever even if he dies are the best parts of the scene. If you’ve had misgivings about Mu Jin before, this scene puts them to rest. Seo Hyun Woo’s performance is perfect in this scene.

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LOVED: Cha Ji Won and Do Hyun Soo saving each other

One of the biggest strengths of this drama is the role reversal between Ji Won and Hyun Soo. Society has hammered in the idea that women are to be the caretakers and men are the breadwinners. However, Ji Won takes the career-driven role in the family while Hyun Soo has spent a lot of time at home raising Eun Ha. This week once again takes another overdone trope—the damsel in distress—and flips it upside down. After discovering Hyun Soo was working with the police, Yum Sang Chul (Kim Ki Moo) ties up Hyun Soo and is preparing to burn him alive with all other evidence of his crimes. Just as he’s about to light the office on fire, Ji Won puts a gun to his head and makes him walk in. The final reveal that she knows everything about Hyun Soo is thrilling, especially when she asks him if he’s okay.

 

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Shortly after this, Yum Sang Chul takes Ji Won by surprise and begins to strangle her. Overcome by fear, adrenaline, and his love for Ji Won, Hyun Soo breaks free of his restraints and saves Ji Won.

 

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The first part of this scene is such a heroic moment for Ji Won and it is so enjoyable to watch. You can’t help but scream and cheer because she just seems so badass. It’s the pinnacle of her unwavering love and acceptance of Hyun Soo. Of course, one could criticize this scene as Hyun Soo has to save Ji Won shortly after. While this does undermine Ji Won’s moment a bit, it’s still enjoyable to watch them both protect each other. Their chemistry in this scene is delightful, and it’s the perfect emotional build-up to their scene in the middle of the road where Hyun Soo apologizes to Ji Won for everything.

 

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LOVED: Ji Won and Hyun Soo returning home

Some of the best scenes in cinematic history take place when there is no dialogue. After their confrontation in the middle of the road, Ji Won and Hyun Soo return to their home. They walk in silently, tearfully embrace, and eventually share a tender kiss.

 

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Talk about chemistry! Moon Chae Won and Lee Joon Gi deserve an award for this scene alone. Everything about this scene is perfect. Their walls are completely down in the safe place that they have built together over the years—how poetic is that? You can feel every slither of emotion between the two: pain, hope, love, and acceptance. It has been a tough ride, to say the least, since Ji Won discovered Hyun Soo’s identity. This scene finally puts their rifts to rest, and they come together. The fact that this scene doesn’t have any dialogue is truly what makes it so poignant. These two don’t need words as their love for each other speaks volumes.

LOVED: The “I love you” scene

Is there anything better than cinematic parallels? Fans were reeling when Ji Won overheard Hyun Soo telling his sister that he never loved her. Towards the end of episode 11, Ji Won and Hyun Soo are talking in their bed. As they go over Hyun Soo’s memories and other details, Ji Won also admits that she heard him speaking with Hae Soo at the abandoned building. Hyun Soo begins to cry again although he admits that he doesn’t understand why he is crying. Ji Won explains to him that she knows he’s crying because he loves her.

 

Hyun Soo then boldly tells her that he loves her and kisses the back of her hand, paralleling the scene in the eighth episode where he didn’t say those words.

 

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There are just so many things to love about this scene. Miscommunication is a popular plot point in K-dramas. In fact, it’s probably hard to find one that doesn’t use this form of conflict for the characters.

 

Flower of Evil” deserves all the praise for executing a scene where the characters are telling each other absolutely everything. Having open and honest communication is something that can deeply strengthen relationships and fix underlying problems. While a lot of media promotes this unhealthy idea that you should just inherently know how your partner is feeling without communicating, “Flower of Evil” is here to debunk that stereotype and prove how important it is to be open and honest.

 

Then, of course, there’s the call back to the previous scene. It’s such a tasteful way to show Hyun Soo’s character development and how much he loves Ji Won. When she admitted to overhearing his earlier confession, you can tell he immediately understood why she asked if she loved him that same night. He already apologized to her, but he takes it a step further and takes action to reassure her how much he adores her. Seriously, what more could anyone want from this couple? They’re perfect.

HATED: Do Hae Soo being too trusting of the Baek family

It’s no secret that the Baek family has some skeletons in their closet. From conspiring to commit murder to allowing someone else to take over their son’s identity, no crime seems beneath them. In this week’s episode, they have a tense discussion with Do Hae Soo (Jang Hee Jin) as she asks them about the bracelet they gave to their volunteers since it’s linked to her father’s accomplice. Baek Man Woo (Son Jong Hak) reluctantly agrees to give her a list of the volunteers, and just as she’s about to leave, Gong Mi Ja (Nam Gi Ae) asks her if she remembers anything else about the accomplice. Hae Soo admits the detail about the accomplice that stood out to her the most—his nails looked as if he bit them. Her voice plays over the real Baek Hee Sung (Kim Ji Hoon) biting his nails while eavesdropping on the conversation.

 

While it’s great that Hae Soo is being proactive about finding the killer instead of just staying put, this scene does ring some alarms. In the past, she hasn’t been very forthcoming with any information about her family, and it feels a little odd that she would share such pertinent information so easily. It’s understandable that she approaches them differently than strangers as they have provided for her brother over the years, but they definitely seem on edge, and one would think she would be able to pick up on that. Now she has a target on her back, it brings up the question of if she will be able to survive the rest of the episodes.

 

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[Personality] Lee Joon Gi breaks the mold and comes into bloom, once again, as an actor with irresistible charm

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I thought it was Lee Joon Gi. But it wasn’t Lee Joon Gi as I knew him. I’m talking about that ‘Lee Joon Gi’ who’s starring in tvN’s Wed/Thu drama ‘Flower of Evil.’

 

In fact, early on in the drama, people suspected Do Hyunsoo, who’s been posing as Baek Heeseong, of having committed the murder because he is the son of serial killer Do Minseok and a psychopath. Of course, from Episode 2 onwards, Do Hyunsoo has proven people wrong by, for instance, setting Kim Moojin free after having him locked up, and letting Park Gyungchun live despite what the latter put him through. In a turn of events after another, the doubts about Hyunsoo dissipated. Even then, however, there still remained a doubt that Hyunsoo might be the accomplice.

 

Later on, the real killer of the village head turned out to be his sister Haesoo. Hyunsoo’s persistent search for the accomplice to clear his name has dissipated viewers’ doubts. Then, doubtful viewers started to look at Baek Manwoo, who made Hyunsoo, a wanted suspect, pretend to be his son, as a possible killer. Such a plot twist after another has made people give a thumbs up to the meticulously-written script.

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But when I said “I thought it was Lee Joon Gi, but it wasn’t Lee Joon Gi,” I was not merely talking about the drama’s plot. It is also about the way the industry and viewers look at Lee Joon Gi as a leading actor. While in awe because this is not the same ‘Lee Joon Gi’ as they have seen, they are also surprised by his more mature acting skills.

 

Ever since he skyrocketed to stardom through his movie ‘King and the Clown,’ he has always wowed people with his acting, but how come these people suddenly began to see him in a new light through ‘Flower of Evil’? People sometimes say there’s a moment when actors break the mold they have built for themselves and evolve. It seems now is exactly that moment for Lee Joon Gi.

 

I have seen him in a wide range of works and he’s been such a multitalented and diligent actor. He has always done a great job, and has always worked hard. This time, he has also succeeded in giving a performance where he looks more comfortable with his role. From some point onwards, it seemed the talent and the hard work that he had put in stood out more prominently off-screen, instead of being absorbed naturally into the project he did. But in ‘Flower of Evil,’ the actor is hooking viewers into the story thoroughly as his character himself. He no longer looks like ‘star Lee Joon Gi,’ but he looks like ‘Do Hyun Soo’ in a crisis.

 

Watching Do Hyun Soo in the drama, viewers felt chills down their spines early on, and now feel sympathy and sadness for him. He was a complex, mysterious character because initially it was hard to stay whether this cold psychopath was pretending to be a husband and father in a happy family, or he really meant it. But when he told his sister he never loved Cha Jiwon, viewers’ hearts sank. However, as the drama went through ups and downs, both Do Hyunsoo and viewers have come to realize that what he’s been feeling is love. Viewers end up cheering on this desperate character Do Hyunsoo, and it’s because of Lee Joongi’s engrossing performance.

 

At this point I should mention Kim Chulgyu’s directing skills. In the hands of this director, who presented quality works such as tvN ‘Mother’ and KBS2 ‘On the Way to the Airport,’ Lee Joongi’s acting truly shines through. Director Kim’s magic touch does the trick for the other actors, as well. If anyone doubted Moon Chaewon could play a homicide detective, they should be silent now. He also chose Seo Hyunsoo, a lesser known actor, for the major role of Kim Moojin, and has helped him become a reliable actor.

 

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Viewers would not be tearing up watching the Do Hyunsoo and Cha Jiwon couple who cry desperately, without Lee Joongi and Moon Chaewon’s acting skills, as well as the directing skills of the director who orchestrates the whole drama. This is why I agree with the tagline that describes ‘Flower of Evil’: intense, emotional chase thriller.

 

I am curious about the ending of ‘Flower of Evil,’ a mysterious viewing experience since it makes us see an actor in a new light and view a genre picture as a romance drama. It has been a meticulously-crafted, entertaining ride, so just a plain ‘happy ending’ would be out of the question. With only five episodes remaining, the drama is raising our expectations, making us wonder how many more plot twists there will be, and what kind of powerful ending ‘Flower of Evil’ will leave us with.

 

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*** According to Nielsen Korea, the September 9 episode, which was last night of the tvN, “Flower of Evil” returned with average nationwide ratings of 4.729 percent. The drama did not air last Thursday after filming was put on hold to prevent the spread of COVID-19. This marked a significant increase for the drama, which has remained in the 3 percent range throughout its run. :blush:

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Lee Joon Gi And Moon Chae Won Confront Distressing Reality In “Flower Of Evil”

 

Lee Joon Gi and Moon Chae Won will have to come to terms with the truth in the upcoming episode of “Flower of Evil”!

 

The thriller drama is about a man named Do Hyun Soo (Lee Joon Gi), who lives under the identity of Baek Hee Sung to hide his past. His detective wife Cha Ji Won (Moon Chae Won) begins to suspect that he may be a serial killer, and the couple is ultimately forced to confront a dark truth they never wanted to face.

 

“Flower of Evil” has been garnering attention with unpredictable developments in each episode. In episode 13, Do Hyun Soo and Cha Ji Won will have to face each other as a suspect and detective, respectively.

 

The new stills show Do Hyun Soo and Cha Ji Won in his studio. The atmosphere is heavy, and Cha Ji Won is saddened by what she has to do next.

 

Do Hyun Soo, who wants to make this easy for his wife, doesn’t show any emotions as he holds out his wrists so that she could easily put him in handcuffs.

 

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Previously on “Flower of Evil,” Choi Jae Sub (Choi Young Joon) was about to arrest Do Hyun Soo as a suspect in the Gagyeong village head murder case, but he decided to give Do Hyun Soo a chance to prove his innocence. Do Hyun Soo and Cha Ji Won then worked together to trap Baek Man Woo (Son Jong Hak), who tried to kill him.

 

Episode 13 of “Flower of Evil” will air on September 10 at 10:50 p.m. KST.

 

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*** Based from last night's EP, “Flower of Evil” remained strong: after breaking into the 4 percent range for the very first time the previous night, the drama managed to hold onto its new viewers with its latest episode, which scored an average nationwide rating of 4.5 percent and a peak of 4.9 percent. :blush:  Time flies so fast that I can't believe we only have three episodes of "Flower of Evil" remaining. The drama is really good.  :grin:

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16 K-Drama Posters That Changed Completely In Their Japanese Version

 

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Korean dramas are sold to other countries and one of their top clients is none other than Japan. K-Drama posters are then adapted in a Japanese version for the broadcasting channel or for DVD jackets.

 

The Japanese version of the posters has completely different vibes from their original in some cases. On an online community, netizens have been comparing the two versions of the posters.

 

Here are 16 Korean K-Drama posters that completely changed for the Japanese DVD jackets.

 

 

"Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Ryeo"

 

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Comparing the two versions, the Japanese version removed the original background of the poster to add blue and pink colors and glitters (for a majority above). The posters also emphasize on the romance of the drama, removing or adding characters to highlight the romance. If the actors' faces are not clearly seen on the original posters, they find a way to make it clearer on the Japanese version.

 

 

source : https://www.kpopmap.com/16-kdrama-posters-that-changed-completely-in-their-japanese-version/

 

 

 

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Lee Joon Gi And Moon Chae Won Face A Dreaded Possibility In “Flower Of Evil”

 

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Flower of Evil” gives a look at suspenseful scenes in the next episode as the fate of Do Hyun Soo hangs in the balance!

 

The thriller drama is about a man named Do Hyun Soo (Lee Joon Gi), who lives under the identity of Baek Hee Sung to hide his past. His detective wife Cha Ji Won (Moon Chae Won) begins to suspect that he may be a serial killer, and the couple is ultimately forced to confront a dark truth they never wanted to face.

 

The last episode ended on a suspenseful note with Choi Jae Sub (Choi Young Joon) arriving to arrest Do Hyun Soo as the key suspect in the case of the Gagyeong village head murder. In the first set of new stills, Do Hyun Soo and Cha Ji Won are sitting opposite Choi Jae Sub at a table and there’s a tension in the air like they’re in the calm before a storm.

 

Do Hyun Soo looks unwavering, as though he’d expected this since he decided in the past to cover for the murder committed by his sister Do Hae Soo (Jang Hee Jin). However, Cha Ji Won is anxious as she’s wanted to defend and protect him. Meanwhile, Choi Jae Sub is hard to read, although he looks calm as he regards the couple after announcing that he’ll be arresting Do Hyun Soo.

 

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The three characters’ relationship has suddenly changed from just being two friendly colleagues and her spouse to now being a detective, a suspect, and the suspect’s wife who’s also a detective. It seems like Choi Jae Sub could put Do Hyun Soo in handcuffs at any second, and viewers are curious to see if it really does play out like everyone expects.

 

On top of that, at the end of the last episode it was revealed that the real Baek Hee Sung (Kim Ji Hoon) was an accomplice in the Yeonju serial killings. Viewers are waiting to find out how Do Hyun Soo will react when he learns that the accomplice he’s been even risking his life to find has been close to him, and whether he’ll figure this out before he’s arrested.

 

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In a second set of stills, Do Hyun Soo’s sister Do Hae Soo looks resolute in her decision as she arrives at the station where Cha Ji Won works, and Cha Ji Won appears uneasy and surprised over her arrival.

 

In the last episode, Do Hae Soo remembered a clue about the real Baek Hee Sung, setting off a new development and giving her the potential to erase the label of “accomplice” that’s followed her younger brother Do Hyun Soo for so many years.

 

In addition, Do Hae Soo wanted to free Do Hyun Soo of the false charge related to the Gagyeong village head murder. She sympathized with her brother and wanted to immediately go tell Cha Ji Won the truth, but Do Hyun Soo stopped her. However, she didn’t give up and called Cha Ji Won to say, ‘I know who the real killer is in the ‘Gagyeong village head murder.'” She promised that once she’d finished what she needed to do, she would go to the detective and tell her the truth about that day.

 

Therefore, many viewers are wondering if the scene in the new stills features Do Hae Soo going to the police station to tell Cha Ji Won the truth and are curious to see if she’ll be able to clear Do Hyun Soo’s name.

 

 The next episode of “Flower of Evil” airs on September 9 at 10:50 p.m. KST.

 

Watch “Flower of Evil” below!

 

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We are filming Last episode of Flower of evil right now! we will show you guys do best of best ! Plz look forward to till the End ! I love our team and we will make it ! We will be working diligently and having fun without losing focus till the end of the race~ Please look forward to it and I hope you enjoy watching as well~ Team Flower of Evil keeps running to make it the best we can today as well, and I love our team.

 

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Drama viewership ratings for the week of Sep. 7-13, 2020

LINK here : https://www.dramabeans.com/2020/09/drama-viewership-ratings-for-the-week-of-sep-7-13-2020/

 

 

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Wednesday, Sep. 9      
When I Was the Most Beautiful 6 MBC 3.5%
Flower of Evil 12 tvN 4.7%
Thursday, Sep. 10      
When I Was the Most Beautiful 7 MBC 4.2%
Flower of Evil 13 tvN 4.5%
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Actor Lee Junki Explains Why He Still Uses His Photo from 'The King and the Clown' from Years Ago for His Instagram Profile Picture

 

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He has used the photo for his Instagram profile for such a long time. 

 

If you have followed Lee Junki's Instagram for a long time, you must realize how the actor has actually not changed his profile picture for a long time. Yes, he still uses the photo from his hit film 'The King and the Clown.' It turned out that Lee Junki himself still believes that 'The King and the Clown' is indeed the best work of him. 

 

 

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In one interview, Lee Junki revealed, "I will never forget 'The King and the Clown,' and Gong Gil too." He also said, "I wonder if the moment will come again to me. It was a very bright moment. I will always remember it. I will remember the feelings and work hard in the future."

 

 

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He revealed, "I was looking negatively to myself at that time but thanks to fans who always support me, I came far until today."

 

 

 

 

 

Thumbnail Credit: NAMOO ACTORS, The Qoo

source : https://www.kstarlive.com/news/2020/09/16/actor-lee-junki-explains-why-he-still-uses-his-photo-from-the-king-and-the-clown-from-years-ago-for-his-instagram-profile-picture-381315

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Actor Lee Junki Explains Why He Still Uses His Photo from 'The King and the Clown' from Years Ago for His Instagram Profile Picture

 

Totally understand  why - Gong Gil capitulated JG to stardom...But do hope he will experience that success again in his career . He absolutely deserves it!:heart:

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*** "Flower of Evil" had a slight increase in ratings with just two episodes left in its run. According to Nielsen Korea, the 14th episode of  the drama  recorded 4.767%. It increased from last week's episode which recorded 4.456% (Ep.13). It achieved its highest viewership ratings to date, though. “Flower of Evil” also took first place in its time slot across all channels—including public broadcast networks.  :blush:

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***  In the poll held by 'King Choice Voting Platform', international fans selected 'The 100 Most Attractive Asian Celebrities of 2020', which ended on September 15. Check out the TOP 20-30 below!  :blush:

 

 

20. CNBLUE's Jung Yonghwa
21. BTS's Kim Taehyung
22. Deng Lun (Chinese Actor)
23. Saint Suppapong (Thai Actor)
24. EXO's Oh Sehun
25. Li Xian (Chinese Actor)
26. Lee Junki (Korean Actor)
27. Jackson Yee (Chinese Singer)
28. NCT's Yuta
29. Yang Yang (Chinese Actor)
30. Big Bang's G-Dragon

 

 

source : https://kingchoice.me/topic-the-100-most-attractive-asian-celebs-2020-close-sept30-1245.html

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*** “Flower of Evil”  has soared to new heights! Last night, September 17, with just one episode left in its run, the drama broke its own personal viewership record and achieved its highest ratings to date. According to Nielsen Korea, the episode of the  drama scored an average nationwide rating of 5.1 percent, marking the first time that the drama has managed to break past the 5 percent mark. The episode peaked at 6.0 percent nationwide.The series finale will air on September 23. Ohhh...............time flies so fast!  :blush:

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