Still cuts for the new SBS drama ‘Jang Ok Jung‘

Kim Tae Hee mesmerizes in her hanbok

Actress Kim Tae Hee mesmerized fans while wearing her beautiful hanbok through still cuts for the new SBS drama ‘Jang Ok Jung‘.

The actress is seen basking in the falling petals of the Springtime while gracing the palace with her purple hanbok.

The first stills of male lead Yoo Ah In, impressing netizens with his charisma in traditional costume.

In this drama’s adaptation of the well-known historical scandal, King Sukjong is not a weakling ruler caught between the plotting of Jang Hee Bin (Jang Ok Jung) and Queen In Hyun’s family, but a wise and respected king.

“Jang Ok Jung” will revolve around the romance between Jang Ok Jung and King Sukjong and will begin after the conclusion of “Queen of Ambition”, on the 8th of April.

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K-DRAMA’S THAT I AM LOOKING FORWARD TO….{this spring}

1} Jang Ok Jung: Live In Love

cr. http://www.facebook.com/JangOkJungLiveForLoveOfficialPage

Jang Ok-jeong, Live for Love  is a 2013 upcoming South Korean historical television series, starring Kim Tae-hee, Yoo Ah-in, Hong Soo-hyun and Jae Hee,which is set to premiere on Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS) in April 2013 for broadcast on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55.

It is about Jang Ok-jeong, the real name of Jang Hui-bin, a royal concubine during the Joseon Dynasty who became infamous for her hunger for power and ruthless plotting before she was sentenced to death. Based on the 2008  novel of the same name, it is a reinterpretion of Jang Hui-bin’s life, as a woman involved in fashion design and cosmetics-making in the Joseon Dynasty.

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I am specially going to see this drama for Yoo Ah In {Crazy horse from Sungkyunkwan Scandal}….i just love him….

2} Nine

This fantasy melodrama is about an anchorman at a TV broadcasting station, Park Sun Woo (Lee Jin Wook) who is in love with new reporter Joo Min Young (Jo Yoon Hee) and is given nine chances to travel back to the past.

Lee Jin-wook plays Park Sun-woo, a broadcast news reporter and anchor who’s ambitious and successful, and a golden boy through and through. He’s well-liked by his teammates, his bosses, his underlings, and loved by his family. But constant headaches send him to the doctor, where he finds out that he has a BRAIN TUMOR and a year left to live.

Filming of some parts of this drama took place in Nepal.

CANCER

Hey atlast its my zodiac sign’s turn, CANCER……THE MOVIES that are given below are very appropriate  cause, these movies are my favorites toocancer

Cancers love a love story, especially when it is played to the “light of the silvery moon”, Cancer’s personal planet of course. So what could be more engrossing than “Moon Struck” starring Cher and Nicholas Cage?

To say Cancers are lunatic could be an understatement, certainly the passionate sexy and moody Nick and the sexy mature and moody Cher with accompanying Italo American lunacy, would have the Cancer leaning their head on their date’s shoulder, weeping their hearts out. Ten out of a sentimental ten for this moony epistle!

Even male crabs like the most sentimental of chick flicks. This is because this is a very emotional and feminine sign.  “Mona Lisa Smile” starring Julia Roberts or “Sleepless in Seattle” are good. They might also enjoy “Fried Green Tomatoes” with Kathy Bates and “A League of Their Own” with Drew Barrymore. Historical romance also appeals to them.   A movie like “Julia,” which takes place during World War II and stars Jane Fonda and Vanessa Redgrave would fit the bill. Cancers also love movies that star animals and movies that have a social conscience.

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