Midnight Runners — an action comedy starring Park Seo Joon and Kang Ha Neul about two rookie police students witnessing a kidnap, and tried to take matters into their own hands when the police force face obstacles and had to halt the investigation.
After completing Fight My Way, Park Seo Joon jumps straight into promoting his new movie, Midnight Runners with co-star Kang Ha Neul. He also appears in various magazines including August issue of High Cut (Vol 203). Having work with High Cut numerous times, he’s no stranger to the magazine editors anymore.
My Drama Land is experiencing a bit of drought again. Most biases have completed their projects, and some are leaving for military services, whereas a couple of them are just taking their sweet honey time reviewing script offers. Meanwhile a few are busy with fan meetings. Damn those fan meet tours. And the good shows are coming to an end one week after another. Aish. Not happy. Not happy at all.
Now why can’t they spread out the goodness evenly?—we were lacking good shows earlier in the year, and now we are drown in so many awesomeness. But, no complains. I love the return of my biases in these shows and enjoying getting addicted to triple the goodness thanks to cloning.
Time to wrap up the dramas that had ended and start on the new ones, and boy, I find myself playing catch up because suddenly there are so many.
I don’t like the beginning of 2017 because it’s so god damn dull, and it’s still god damn dull. *CRY*
Three months late in posting this, but nothing is ever late when it comes to swooning. After working alongside each other filming Hwarang, Park Seo Joon (She Was Pretty) and Park Hyung Sik (High Society) were invited to model for Vogue Korea‘s November issue in 2016.
That’s… more like it! The previous group poster from Hwarang spells disaster, LOL. KBS, I know you can do better than this, so can we have a proper group poster again?