53rd Baeksang Arts Awards


Snap! Here are our 53th Baeksang Art Award winners.

Frankly, it was the most boring Baeksang I had seen. I get bored from time to time watching these award shows because of the language barrier; however, this year’s Baeksang was boredom on a whole new level. It began at the red carpet where not one single star *wow* the floor. The dresses were all a big MEH.

I was contemplating of quitting the live streaming if it were not of Park Bo Gum with his little *BLUR* but cute stunt, and later the three crabs moves. After this, the show did get a little bit more interesting since it was time to announce the Best Actor and Actress awards.

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53th Baeksang Arts Awards Nominees


The vicious cycle starts again with 53th Baeksang Art Awards as they recently release the nomination lists. Almost every year I go on a rampage at the results for South Korea’s Award Shows, but I can’t ignore because I am a sucker for seeing stars dressing up prettily on the red carpet. I love seeing biases or drama couples I adore reunite and appear together for their nominated projects. This year’s Baeksang is as highly anticipated as 2014’s when I was infatuated with You Who Came From the Star.

Let’s take a look at the nominees for this year. I have chosen my winners in light blue, hehe.

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Moon Lover Scarlet Heart: Ryeo Releases Intense & Blood-Spattering Teasers


UPDATE: 2016.08.15 Added new teaser & stills

Moon Lover Scarlet Heart: Ryeo releases its first official teaser preview and group character poster today, just as Moonlight Drawn by Clouds release its third teaser. So the battle begins hey?—Narratively speaking for the storyline of the drama as well as between broadcasting stations.

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First Peek! Scarlet Heart:Ryeo Poster & Preview


UPDATE: Added 5 mins preview of the drama

Ladies and gentleman, look what we have here? First poster released for all the main characters of Scarlet: Ryeo (or Bu Bu Jing Xin). Everything is falling into its place nicely now. As previously introduced here, here and here, the drama is helmed by IU, Lee Jun Ki, Kang Ha Neul, Nam Joo Hyuk, Ji Soo and many more.

NOTE: I’ll be sticking the teaser trailer into this post if they release it next without any new stills.

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First Peek! Scarlet Heart: Ryeo First Stills


The casts of Scarlet Heart: Ryeo starring has kick-started on the drama shooting. Here we have first peek into the stills release on our three main casts — IU, Lee Jun Ki and Kang Ha Neul. IU looks beautiful in Goryeo wear, aww.

The drama will be 100% pre-produced, so there will be longer wait, but hopefully this also signify better quality in terms of direction, cinematography and most importantly, script-writing.
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Scarlet Heart: Ryeo Secures All its Casts


Can someone please tell me this isn’t true? Today’s news is full of explosive bombs—bombing people with drama casting news left, right and centre. Well, what’s done has been done, I do look a little forward to it actually. On to the first news which is concerning upcoming drama, Moon Lovers, a remake of the famous Chinese period drama, Scarlet Heart (also known as Bu Bu Jing Xin).

All the actors who were rumoured to have been approached are now confirmed and locked in, including main leads Lee Jun Ki and IU. I just want to throw rocks at the production company, because I’m pretty sure the casts were all confirmed loooong ago, when the first rumour came out. They were probably testing the waters, and wanted to know the nation’s reactions to the casting. Hmph.

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Ji Soo and Kim Sung Kyun Confirmed for Moon Lovers, the Remake of Bu Bu Jing Xin


Shaking head — I really wish the Drama Gods can put a stop to the Korean entertainment industry remaking other countries’ hit dramas. There would not be an objection had the Koreans not screwed up remaking famous hit dramas such as Nodame Cantabile (Japan) and In Time With You (Taiwan). Thus, I really fear for another big screw up of remaking hit C-drama, Scarlet Heart (more famously known as Bu Bu Jing Xin).

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