Senin, 22 Juni 2009

Pic Boys Before Flower

Post Pic aja deh...
lagi demam BBF nich...
he he he ^-^

Jumat, 12 Juni 2009

My Name is Kim Sam Soon

Saksikan My Name Is Kim Sam Soon di indosiar satiap hari Sabtu & Minggu jam 15:00 WIB.

Jangan lupa nonton ya...?! ^^

My Lovely Sam Soon or My Name is Kim Sam Soon (내 이름은 김삼순) is a South Korean television drama series which was aired on MBC from June 1, 2005 to July 21, 2005. Touted as the "Bridget Jones Diary" of Korea, it stars Kim Sun-ah, Hyun Bin, Jung Ryeo-won and Daniel Henney.

The series was a success in South Korea with an average viewership of over 37% and 50.5% of Korean households tuned in to the finale. It won numerous awards at the 2005 MBC Drama Awards, including Kim Sun-ah winning the Daesang Award.


  • Kim Sun-ah as Kim Sam-soon
  • Hyun Bin as Hyun Jin-heon
  • Jeong Ryeo-won as Yoo Hee-jin
  • Daniel Henney as Dr. Henry Kim
  • Kim Ja Ok as Park Bong-Sook - Sam-soon's mom
  • Lee Ah-hyun as Kim Yi-Young - Sam-soon's sister
  • Na Moon-hee as Na Hyun-Sook - Jin-heon's mom
  • Suh Ji Hee as Hyun Mi-joo - Jin-heon's niece
  • Yoon Ye-hee as Yoon Hyun-sook - Jin-heon's "aunt"
  • Lee Kyu-han as Min Hyun-woo - Sam-soon's ex
  • Lee Yoon-mi as Jang Chae-Ri

Restaurant staff

  • Yeo Woon-kay as Ms. Oh (Manager)
  • Lee Hyun-moo as Kwon Hae Hyo (chef)
  • Han Yeo-won as Lee In-Hye - Sam-soon's assistant
  • Kim Hyun Jung as Jang Young-Ja (Dining room captain)


Kim Sam-soon's (Kim Sun-ah) main passion and skills are in baking, as she does not have much of a social life, dreams of changing her name (Sam-soon is considered a very old-fashioned and embarrassing name) and owning a shop of her own. After her breakup with her boyfriend, she managed to land herself in a big French restaurant working as a patiesseur for a rude and angsty 27-year-old man called Hyun Jin-heon (Hyun Bin). Both were in bad terms ever since they set eyes on each other. But one day, Sam-soon finds herself in need of 50 million won (Korean currency, approximately $50,000) to pay for her mother's house. She agrees to be Jin-heon's girlfriend for that amount. During their pretend dating they slowly become more affectionate with each other. When things seem to go accordingly, Jin-heon's ex-girlfriend, Yoo Hee-jin (Jung Ryeo-won), enters the scene and life for Sam Soon starts getting much worse. Jin-heon then realizes that he is happier with Sam-soon and can't stop thinking about her. He confesses his love to her after she tells him that she hates people who don't confess their feelings towards the person they like. Hee-jin asks Jin-heon to accompany her on her return to the United States. Sam-Soon allows him to go, and he does not return within the promised duration. He soon arrives, and they find out that he has been sending postcards to the wrong address. Sam-soon and Jin-heon attempt to get her pregnant, in order to convince Jin-heon's mother into allowing their marriage. The plan fails, but they remain together.

Near the very end of the series, Sam-soon reads a poem from a poster on a bus stop: "Dance like no one's watching. Sing like no one's listening. Work like you don't need the money. Love like you've never been hurt before. Live like there's no tomorrow."


Coffee Prince

The 1st Shop of Coffee Prince (커피프린스 1호점, or Coffee Prince) is a South Korean drama that began airing on July 2, 2007. It is based on the novel of the same name written by Lee Sun-mi. It stars Yoon Eun Hye from Princess Hours, Gong Yoo from One Fine Day, Lee Sun Gyun from White Tower and Chae Jung Ahn. The drama is a love story between a tomboyish woman pretending to be a man and a young food empire mogul. It contains "pseudo-homosexual" elements, because the man does not initially know of the tomboyish woman's true gender.



Choi Han Kyul (Gong Yoo), is the cocky son of a very rich family who runs a damaged food corporation. He doesn't believe in love and certainly doesn't want to get married despite his family's requests. On the other hand, Go Eun Chan (Yoon Eun Hye), is a 24-year old tomboyish female who gets mistaken for a guy quite often. She takes up every job possible — waitress, food deliverer, etc — and has the responsibility of taking care of her mother and younger sister. Eun Chan accidentally meets Han Kyul twice, once on a delivery and once during a robbery. During the robbery, Eun Chan's delivery motorcycle ends up being damaged. Han Kyul, not knowing that Eun Chan is actually a girl, decides to hire Eun Chan as a false "lover" so that he can escape the blind dates arranged by his grandmother. Meanwhile, Han Kyul's cousin, Choi Han Seong, is an established music producer and his ex-girlfriend Han Yoo Joo, who Han Kyul secretly loved for nine years, is a famous artist who studied in New York. The two were lovers for about 8 years but their relationship ended when Yoo Joo broke up with Han Seong. Two years after they separated their paths cross again when Yoo Joo returns to Seoul.
After getting an ultimatum from his grandmother, Han Kyul takes over a run-down severely damaged old coffee shop, later renamed Coffee Prince, to prove his ability, both to his grandmother and Yoo Joo. In order to attract female customers, he only hires good looking male employees. In a struggle with money, Eun Chan, whom Han Kyul has already mistaken as a boy, hides her gender to get a job at Coffee Prince. Soon feelings start to spark between Eun Chan and Han Kyul. Because he's unaware that Eun Chan is a girl, Han Kyul starts to question his sexuality. @wikipedia

Inevitably, the series was filmed MBC Korean melodrama is one of the most talked about in 2007 despite the fact that Coffee Prince aka Keopi Peurinseu a Hojeom 'only' occupied the highest rank in second place for business throughout the playback rate.

Interestingly, a similar case had also experienced Goong aka Princess Hours a year earlier. Incidentally, both are equally starring Yoon Eun-hye who called his acting experience rapid progress. Even for his role this time, a former actress BabyVOX personnel until reckless chop her long hair.

Just like other Korean series, is not complete without a mention talking Coffee Prince row of actors that appear. Of course, remember the first name is Gong Yoo who appear cold. Also, do not miss Lee Seon-gyoon and Chae Jeong-ahn that can heat up the conflict.

Coffee Prince feels more complete with rows of neat songs that have colored the series lasted 17 episodes of it, call it start from The Melody with Goodbye to Coffee Hanchan Ottae voiced by Humming Urban Stereo featuring Yojo.

Although the ending of this romantic drama is to be expected, plus the story is a little long-winded at the end, but for fans of Korean melodrama in particular who want to see what his best chemistry between two main actors, Coffee Prince abstinence to miss.

Kamis, 11 Juni 2009

Jang Ja Yun of Boys Before Flowers commits Suicide

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Jang Ja Yun (27) who plays Sunny for popular drama, “Boys Before Flowers” commits suicide in her Bundang home on March 7. According the the police, Jang Ja Yun was found to have committed suicide in her own home today. She was discovered at around 7.34pm by her sister who then called the police. We are now investigating the case and will give further updates like the reason, her will (if any), etc at a later time.” The police also revealed that her approximate time of death was around 4.30pm and that she had hung herself.

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Saya turut berduka cita, atas kepulangan jang ja yun ke Tuhan Yang Maha Esa, salah satu pemain di Boys Before Flowers... T.T

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