Breaking the walls [part 5] - Meldamiriel
Suzy Admits Relationship with Actor Lee Dong-wook .. the generally sensible Hong-joo (played by Suzy) can fully choose to trust arrogant newbie lawyer Ok Taecyeon and Kim So-hyun are starring in the tvN drama "Bring It On, Ghost". IU & wooyoung as Pilsuk & Jason in Dream High. they are adorable Suzy (Miss A) and Kim Soo Hyun looks cute in this scene from Dream High. 2PM's Taecyeon revealed he's still tight with the cast of KBS drama 'Dream High'. Recently, dream high co-stars, actor Kim Soo Hyun, .
And so this motley group has its first goal: To make sure Hye-mi beats Baek-hee, and to get this trio out of this class and back into the idol-training sessions. Er, make that quartet: The door opens and Pil-sook shyly joins them, having been knocked down to the loser class as well. In the regular class, Madam Ends-Justify-The-Means motivates her class with threats to drop them into the misfit class, and dangles the carrot that a strong performance at the midterm evaluations could put them on the idol fast-track.
In-sung offers to treat Baek-hee in honor of her finding her pendant, and she makes the excuse to invite Jin-gook, because he helped her get it back. Ah, yet another love triangle brews.
While Hye-mi naps in class, Sam-dong hovers tentatively with a band-aid, about to apply it to the cut on her forehead. Adorably, he falls back nervously the moment she opens her eyes and stammers an excuse.
Hye-mi takes the band-aid and thanks him. In this instance, they participate in exercises in acting and expressiveness: The instructor tells his class to imagine marrying the one you love In-sung does this facing Baek-heeonly to have that person killed on your wedding night in a car accident.
At the funeral, you discover your lover had another lover… your younger sibling. Until you wake up and realize it was just a dream. Without anywhere else to go, Jin-gook leads them to his icy basement, and they clean the place up.
But a more pressing hurdle remains: They need a real vocal teacher, not just phonecams of Teacher Gong. It makes a perverse kind of logic, but it also rubs at old wounds, and Jin-man belts him in the gut for that reminder.
And then reluctantly agrees to do it for a raise. Operation Terrorize Hye-mi continues, the latest graffiti mural depicting her as a grotesque demon and labeled as traitor and backstabber.
Hye-mi asks Baek-hee if she did it, who turns up her nose at her rival. He finds his buddy In-sung preparing to launch a raw egg at Hye-mi from afar, and says he recognized his handwriting. In-sung argues that Jin-gook had also found Hye-mi insufferable, and should thank him for giving her what she deserves. Upon seeing Oh-hyuk, Jin-man stiffens; I love how obvious it is that these man-children just wanna be best friends again, even though Jin-man is trying to cling to his old hate.
Ah-jung whines that this task is too difficult, so Kyung-jin calls Oh-hyuk over and starts to flirt with him in front of the students. He takes it at face value and stammers that he likes another woman, and Kyung-jin flips her flirt mode off as quickly as she switched it on, having demonstrated the value of artful acting.
She gives her class the assignment to act out song lyrics to get into the proper mood. That gives Oh-hyuk another assignment to copy. Both classes undergo acting exercises where they deliver song lyrics as monologues, with as much emotion as they can muster. On the other hand: I trust that dream. Although she dressed silly, she passed her audition because she's super talented, duh. Because of her weight, it was difficult for her to follow along in her dance courses so she was put into the preparatory class with Hye Mi, Jin Gook, and Sam Dong.
At Kirin she meets a boy who treats her nicely causing her to fall head over heels over him. He would always open the door for her, smile at her when they greet and in return she would leave him lollipops on his locker and was his biggest fan.
However, before his tour, she confessed her feelings and got friendzoned, bad I tell you, despite the hours at the karaoke bar together. He told her he was nice to her out of manners. She challenged him that after days she will lose 30 kg and make him fall for her.
Once he came back she lost interest in him. It wasn't because she became vain or anything, she's not like that, but she finds out he's just a guy who wants to have fun and has no goals or ambitions. She feels it was a waste for her to torture herself to lose weight for someone with no ambitions.
I want to see more of her. I loved how honest, sweet, and bubbly she is. I love the fact the despite her big transformation she still remained true to herself but actually became better! How is that possible? Although this was her first drama, she was a natural.
I can't wait to know more about her and dive into her works. WooYoung as Jason Jason is a talented guy who specializes in dancing but don't be fooled because he's just as great of a singer. He applied to Kirin High School and passed his auditions. Although he is well mannered he is a cocky person and cares about him limelight than others. Because of his manners he caused Kim Pil Sook to fall in love with him but after her confession, she learns he doesn't reciprocate the same feelings and is only a friend to him.
After with tour with Group K, he comes back and finds out Pil Sook looks like a completely different person.
Taecyeon talks about his unchanging friendship with the cast of 'Dream High'
However she lost interest in him. After his time back he learns the importance of allowing others to get what they deserve and that he's not the only talented guy.
Without knowing it he slowly falls for Pil Sook in this process. I love his acting, his random slurs of English, his voice, his smiles, and everything about him. I'm glad that Kim Pil Sook came into his life and gave him a wake up call that he needs to have goals and ambitions instead of just going with the flow. Without her, he wouldn't have changed for the better and try to pursue his dreams. He and IU has the greatest chemistry ever. I love how their love started with it's cute one sided elementary school style love but changed into something more mature.
I love how jealous he gets when she's with someone else gets but it gets cuter when she's jealous when he's with other girls. Oh, young love is great isn't it? You'll love him as much as I do. Before his dismissal, the Director of Kirin saves him by assigning him a special task: Of course he succeeds in doing so.
Before the Director left, he put these students under the attentive care of teacher Kang. Unlike many teachers he went above and beyond for these kids for they cam pursue their dreams and even provided Hye Mi, Hye Sung Hye Mi's younger sisterJin Gook, and Sam Dong a place to live without paying for anything.
Safe to say that he's the best character in this show. As a teacher, you are suppose to point your students into the directions towards their dream and he does that.
At first everyone was hesitant of his character because here we have a guy who is about to lose his job and is a third party who broke apart a family. However through the course of this entire show, we learn that he's more than that. No teacher would put their house up for a collateral to help pay for one of his student's debt.
No teacher would put up a showcase just so his students' parents won't be disappointed in them. No teacher would allow four kids to live at their house at no charge and even paid for their school trips, medical bills, the whole nine yards.
Teachers like him make people believe that there are still good people in this world, someone who can provide hope for these lost kids.
A Drama Filled World: Review: Dream High
He has all the best lines. As a teacher he really knew all the right things to say and do to make his students follow the right path. You see that as a teacher he is also learning from his students. I love his character and I sincerely wish they would write more characters like him. During the absence of all the parents, he was a good nurturing and loving person who would be there for them. I love the fact that in every dire situation these kids would always go to him for advice, support, and his help.
Sorry, I'm kinda choking up as I write this but his character is just so damn good. I hope that when you get a chance to watch this you will admire his character. Park Jin Young as Yang Jin Man Jin Man was a guy who was barely living by and was selling his instruments just so he can propose to his girlfriend.
We all know that for an artist to sell their instrument is like selling an organ or a limb.
The Guardian, Chapter 16 - miyahearts
When he was negotiating, his girl friend was consistently calling and he had to hang up but after a while she never picked up anymore and left. Now that his life is in slumps things change when the Director of Kirin offers him a job as the English Teacher at Kirin.
He accepts but soon learns that Kang Oh Hyuk works there too. They have a bad past for reasons you can find out. After the many times Teacher Kang asks him for help he slowlys helps the students more and more. Teacher Yang was the comic relief for this show.
I love how nonchalant and silly he was. JYP seems like the man though. He's ballin' I tell you, I bow down to your awesomeness. I just wish his girlfriend came back but at least he has a job now. She appears ruthless but like any teacher she wishes her students can succeed if they're capable enough. However her teaching ways don't work out well with student Yoon Baek-Hee and eventually created a monster out of her.
I enjoyed Teacher Shi. She's beautiful and I find it funny that she got a mini-me when Baek Hee got a haircut that looks like her. I feel bad for her because she didn't mean for her student to turn out to the worst. Like everyone else she is learning to. All she really wants is recognition by her students despite bringing most of them fame.
She sounds bad here but she's actually really good. He serves as the main antagonist of the show making things difficult for Teacher Kang and his students. I didn't mind him, his character serves a very good purpose.
I do however mind some of his wardrobe choices. He can be funny at times, especially the end, but it's all cool. When he comes back he causes a stir by having open auditions and creating a special acceptance list for students he knows who can make it. Before he leaves again, he promoted the Arts Director to the principal position and left the special acceptance students under Teacher Kang's protection. He composed a contract with Hye Mi that she must go to Kirin, sign a contract and debut so she can pay back her dad's debt once he sees she's musically gifted.
When the students encounter troubling obstacles he would provide his unwanted assistance and do whatever it takes for them to debut. I LOL at his character. Never will you encounter a loan shark like him. He keeps the show alive with his funny antics and behavior. I find it odd that he would constantly visit the school but what evs.
It's interesting that this loan shark has a heart and soft spot for these kids and eventually changes his career because of them.
Last Words I sincerely enjoyed this drama. I feel like it has given me hope that there are still good K-dramas out there. I was constantly eager to watch the next episode and the next and so on and so forth.