The Best Korean Historical Drama (6)

Back in October of 2017, the K-pop group was rocked to their very core when it was introduced three members of progressive woman group So Nyeo Shi Dae (SNSD) – better generally known as Girls’ Generation – have selected to not re-signal with their label. Also called ‘Another Oh Hae Young’, it is a romantic comedy supernatural drama which follows two girls with the identical identify of Oh Hae Young (Seo Hyun-jin and Jeon Hye-bin) and a person named Park Do-kyung (Eric Mun) who has the flexibility to see the long run and tries to get away from the two Oh Hae Young.

The sequence revolves around a civil servant named Gong Ah-jung (played by Yoon Eun-hye) who pretends to be the wife of the rich resort inheritor, Hyun Ki-joon (performed by Kang Ji-hwan) to impress her former buddy. Set in the 1930’s where Seoul is under Imperial Japanese rule, a Korean detective named Lee Kang-to works with the Japanese police to capture Bridal Mask,” a mysterious freedom fighter who fights against Japanese. Bong-solar’s boss is arrogant star chef Kang Sun-woo (Jo Jung-suk), whom she secretly has a crush on. The story is far more interesting and funny because she sometimes sees ghosts.

A romantic comedy about two previous acquaintances named Kim Hye-jin (Hwang Jung-eum) and Ji Sung-joon (Park Seo-joon) who meet once more after they’ve gone through a reversal of fortunes and appearances, set in the backdrop of a vogue magazine’s publishing workplace.

With that in thoughts, both Choi Soo Young and Seo Ju Hyun – referred to as Sooyoung and Seohyun respectively in Girls’ Generation – most likely knew that to really grow as actresses, they should signal with an entertainment label identified for dealing with actors who have made for themselves.

A romantic comedy about two past acquaintances named Kim Hye-jin (Hwang Jung-eum) and Ji Sung-joon (Park Seo-joon) who meet again after they’ve gone by a reversal of fortunes and appearances, set within the backdrop of a trend journal’s publishing office.