Végtelen erőfeszítés, végtelen kitartás, végtelen szerénység. (Rain vezérelve)

Tudtam, hogy ránézésre nem tűnök valami nagy számnak, a megjelenésem sem túl vonzó, de a bensőm elég rendkívüli. Minden színpadra lépés előtt azt mondom magamnak, hogy én vagyok a legjobb, és minden előadás után ugyanúgy azt, hogy nem én vagyok. Ezért minden fellépés előtt 120 százalékosan kell felkészülnöm, hogy az előadáson 100 százalékos teljesítményt tudjak nyújtani. Ennek érdekében minden álló nap folyamatosan képzem magam. Már nagyon hosszú ideje alváshiányban szenvedek, mert ha éppen nem dolgozom, akkor vagy edzek, vagy a koreográfiákat és a dalokat próbálom. Éppen úgy, mint a filmfelvételek idején, ha valamit nem csináltam jól, képtelen vagyok aludni. Akár színészként, akár énekesként, a legjobbat kell tudnom kihozni magamból. De nem kell aggódni, hogy most nincs elegendő időm az alvásra, jut arra majd bőven a halálom után. (Rain)

Ez a fiatalság, ez az egészség... és a túlcsorduló önbizalom... az erőfeszítés, amit az oly hihetetlen előadásai sikeres megvalósításáért tett... és a tehetség, amit felmutat, ezek töltenek el spontán tisztelettel engem. Azt gondolom, hogy a történelem a fontos személyiségek között fogja jegyezni. Úgy, mint aki színészként és zenészként egyaránt sikeres lett. ...
Ami igazán meglepő Ji-hoonban, az az, hogy egyfajta düh, bosszúvágy és szomorúság, az összes efféle sötét, komor negatív motiváció az ő esetében rendkívül optimista és derűs módon ölt testet.
(Park Chan-wook rendező)

> RAIN KRÓNIKA: 2010.09.11.


[10-Sep-10][mb]Rain: I'm Excited to be in the Philippines

100910 Rain: I’m Excited to be in the Philippines By JONATHAN M. HICAP @Manila Bulletin/Entertainment September 10, 2010, 1:39pm MANILA, Philippines – After the cancellation of his press conference last Sept. 6 due to miscommunication, Asian pop star Rain (aka Jung Ji-hoon) finally met the press on Sept. 9 at the Champagne Room of the historic Manila Hotel.

Rain is in Manila to do the “Intensity” show at the Mall of Asia open grounds on Sept. 11. He is also shooting scenes in the country for his upcoming action drama “Fugitive,” which will be known as “Runaway” when it is shown in the Philippines. The drama is a co-production of of Domangja and Philippine station TV5. Rain appeared at the press conference together with the cast of “Runaway”: Hollywood and Korean-American star Daniel Henney, actresses Lee Na Young and Yoon Jin Seo, and actor Lee Jungjin. The Manila Hotel is the official residence of Rain and the entire production cast of “Runaway.” Manila Hotel Executive Vice President Enrique Yap Jr. also graced the press conference. Rain said he’s happy that he’s here in the country, telling everyone that they should expect a lot since scenes in the drama were shot in the country. Fans of Rain will finally see him perform on stage on Sept. 11 through his “Intensity” show together with boy band U-Kiss and special guest Christian Bautista. “Runaway” will be Rain’s comeback vehicle to Korean drama in five years. He last appeared in 2005 in “A Love To Kill” in which he co-starred with Shin Min-a. But it was in “Full House,” released in 2004, that Rain became popular. Rain is one of a handful of Korean artists that became famous both as a singer and actor. After releasing his Korean album “Back to Basic” this year, he is now focusing on his new action drama. “As of now, I just want to focus on my role and do my best as an actor, and do my best as a performer. I don’t think about difficulties,” Rain told the media during the press conference. Rain has become an international star not only as a singer but also as an actor. In 2008, he starred in his first Hollywood movie “Speed Racer.”

Last year, he starred in “Ninja Assassin,” which won him the “Biggest Badass Star” in this year’s MTV Movie Awards. As a well-known Hallyu or Korean Wave star, Rain has become a goodwill ambassador of South Korea, promoting its culture and music in different countries.

 On the other hand, Daniel Henney rose to prominence in South Korea when he appeared in “My Name is Kim Sam Soon” in 2005 which starred Kim Sun-ah and Hyun Bin. Henney started as a model before he joined show business in South Korea. The hunky actor was able to penetrate Hollywood when he was cast as Agent Zero in “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” which was shown last year. The movie grossed $373 million in the box office worldwide and in the US. He also starred in the CBS drama “Three Rivers” in which he played Dr. David Lee.

Actress Lee Na Young is a popular South Korean actress. She first appeared in the drama series “Did We Really” in 1999 and subsequently was cast in various dramas including “High Kick Through The Roof” aired last year. She has also appeared in nine films. She won as best actress for “Someone Special” at the Blue Dragon Film Awards in 2004.

On the other hand, “Runaway” will be Yoon Jin Seo’s second drama. She first appeared in “The Return of Iljimae” which was shown last year in South Korea. Since 2002, Yoon has appeared in 10 movies.

Actor Lee Jungjin is a popular star in Korea, appearing in famous dramas such as “Love Story in Harvard,” “I Love You, Don’t Cry” and “April Kiss.” Scenes in “Runaway” have not only been shot in the Philippines but also in Japan, Hong Kong and Macau. The action drama focuses on Jiwoo (played by Rain), a famous investigator assigned to solve the mysterious death of an Asian couple in Las Vegas.

The drama will premier on Sept. 29 in South Korea.



10-09-09 Rain (Bi) @ Apple Daily Newspaper credit//mtb @ rainhk


10-09-10 Rain (Bi) @ Apple Daily Newspaper
credit//mtb @ rainhk


10-09-10 Rain (Bi) @ Sun newspaper


[HD] Rain (Bi) Runaway Plan B teaser # 2
S1PlanB @ Youtube


[HQ] Rain (Bi) Runaway Plan B teaser 2 Cap pic
Cap By Ratoka


도망자 picture part2, created by: RainInTheCloud 


10-09-09 KBS TV "Runaway Plan B" HP_"Runaway Plan B" is expected to be big with its awesome scenes and action spectacle.

[예고] '도망자' 화려한 영상+스펙타클한 액션 '대박 예감'

# 블록버스터급 스케일 담은 티저예고 공개!

예고 접한 팬들  "대박예감" 기대감 UP!
 하반기 최고의 기대작으로  KBS2TV '도망자'가 베일을 벗었다.
공개된 티저영상은 엄청난 스케일과 박진감 넘치는 액션 장면으로 시선을 사로잡는 가운데, 주연배우인 비(정지훈), 이나영, 이정진의 실감나는 액션과 완소남 다니엘 헤니의 완벽한 비주얼로 드라마에 대한 기대를 한층 높이고 있다.

예고편이 공개 된 이후 각종 포털사이트에는 '도망자'가 검색순위 1위에 오르는 등 뜨거운 관심을 받기도 했으며, KBS '도망자' 홈페이지에는 '잠시도 한눈 돌릴 틈을 안 줄 것 같다.','영화같다. 지우(정지훈) 액션은 역시 할리웃 액션이다.", " 박진감 넘치는 예고! 곽감독님 천작가님 작품 기대된다."등 소감이 줄을 잇고 있다.

해외 촬영과 한중일 배우들의 출연으로 범아시아 프로젝트라 일컬어지는 '도망자'는 '추노'의 곽정환감독과 천성일 작가가 다시 호흡을 맞추며 이목을 집중시키고 있다. 방송은 '제빵왕 김탁구' 후속으로 오는 29일 첫 방송.

KBS 2TV's "Runaway Plan B" which is without doubt late 2010's most anticipated drama, has been unveiled.

With the released teaser clip for the drama attracting great attention by its dynamic scenes and grand scale, expectations are higher for it because Rain (Jung Ji Hoon) who has the leading role in the drama, actress 'Lee Na Young', and actor 'Lee Jung-Jin' have realistically delivered the lines of their careers and actor 'Daniel Henney's showed his perfect visual style.

Garnering tremendous attention, the teaser clip has ranked top on the searching word list of portal sites since the release. Netizens who saw the clip have continued to comments on it through KBS TV "Runaway Plan B" homepage,

"This teaser never gives me time to see off it still even for a moment."
"It's like a scene out of a film."
" 'Ji-Woo' (Rain)'s action is the hollywood one"
"The teaser is exciting and spirited."
"I look forward to the collaboration between writer 'Chun Sung Il' and PD 'Kowak Jung Howan' "
"Runaway Plan B", called "the Pan-Asian Project", is the center of attention by the co-production between writer 'Chun Sung Il' and PD 'Kowak Jung Howan' once again after working together for their former drama 'Choono'

"Runaway Plan B" which will be the successor to drama 'Baking King, Kim Tack Goo', is scheduled to be aired for the first time on September 29th.
Brief translation by rain bird.


Rain nature republic new event
source//nature republic//cap by ratoka


[11-Sep-10][philstar]Weather forecast: Heavy Rain in Manila


By Patricia Esteves (The Philippine Star) Updated September 11, 2010 12:00 AM

MANILA, Philippines - “Since this is my first time to perform in the Philippines, you can expect anything,” South Korean R&B phenomenon and superstar Rain told Manila reporters last Thursday when asked what Filipino fans can expect from his one-night concert tonight dubbed “Intensity” with Korean boy band group U-Kiss and special guest Christian Bautista.

“Anything” can mean that Rain will lose the shirt and bare his famous washboard abs and display the fatal charisma that has reportedly even charmed Hollywood sex symbol, former Transformers star Megan Fox.  Fans in the front row seat, who can get really close, can expect to be ''drenched' by Rain’s flying sweat land in the middle of a hot, sexy dance. Or see how passionate fans hurl panties on the stage.

“Anything” can also mean witnessing Rain perform expert dance moves like leap through puddles while performing one of his hit songs.  

Whatever there is to expect in Rain’s show tonight, one thing is for sure, it’s going to be the best because Rain is one of the best contemporary pop performers in the world, impressive in dancing, singing and acting, as millions of his fans attest like Jennifer Pangilinan, a member of Clouds Philippines, Rain's official fanclub, who is dying to see Rain perform in the flesh.

“Just to breathe the same air as he breathes is enough for me. I’ve been waiting for this chance for a long, long time” says Pangilinan who first admired Rain in the drama “Full House” with popular Korean actress Song Hek-gyo when it was aired in the Philippines in 2005.
Tonight’s concert will be an unforgettable treat for his fans not only in the Philippines but for other Asians who will come for the show, sponsors TV 5 and Smart Infinity promised.

Rain, labelled as South Korea’s Justine Timberlake, is a bonafide dreamboat, who has sold millions of CDs, filled 40,000 seat arenas in Korea, Japan, China, HongKong, performed sold-out concerts at the Madison Square Garden in New York and acted in top-rating soap operas in Korea which became hits all over Asia.

He also took Hollywood by storm, starring in “Speed Racer” and “Ninja Assassin” where he played the lead actor.
Born Ji- Hoon Jung, Rain was also named Time 100’s Most Influential Person of the year and MTV Badass performer for his role in Ninja assassin. In the international music arena, he has recorded a duet with B2KS, Omarion and has caught the atttention of pop-music cognoscenti Diddy.

At the presscon, Rain expressed the excitement of going back to the Philippines, having been in Cebu in 2002.
“I missed the Philippines. It’s nice to see you again. I’m happy to be back here once more. I’m happy to see you,” he told reporters through an interpreter at the Manila hotel.

Rain has just released an album in 2002 when he went to Cebu for a project.
He says the Philippines gave him many good memories and loved the food here. His favorite spots are places with good food, he says when asked if he has been able to tour other destinations in the country.
Aside from promoting his concert, Rain was also in town to shoot some scenes from his upcoming action drama “The Fugitive, ” which will be aired exclusively by TV5.

Rain also came with the whole cast of the drama, which includes another Hollywood actor, Korean-Irish Daniel Henney.
“I play a detective in the drama who is able to solve many difficult situations,” he says when asked about his role.
Eight years after he debuted as a pop star in Korea, Rain indeed has come a long way but not without tears and difficulties.
 When asked if there’s still more that he likes to achieve since he has been successful in dancing, singing and acting, he says he love to do more dramas.

“I love to shoot more dramas, I love to show my capability as an actor and show what’s the very best in me,” Rain says.
When asked how he coped with the struggles along the way, Rain says he just do his best in everything.
“ I don’t have any difficulty in particular now. I just want to focus on my roles and do my best as a performer. I’m just going to make the best out of a performance,” he says.

That’s how Rain deals with challenges, he practices his acts until he probably bleeds to correct every weakness and flaw.
The self-made singer known for being disciplined, hard-worker, serious and driven endured countless rejections from management companies when he was just starting out in Korea.

In a CNN/ Discovery Channel documentary called "Discovering Hip Korea," Rain revealed being rejected by talent centers because of his looks. Although he did his best in singing and dancing, companies reject him because he didn’t fit the standard of what is good-looking because he lacked double eyelids.

Still, he persevered and worked harder until Korean singer and talent manager Jin Young Park or JYP accepted him took him under his fold.
Rain’s real-life story could also pass for a melodrama  and a tearjerker, for losing his mom before she could even see her son pirouette to the top.

In a previous interview with the New York Times, Mr. Park recounted how Rain was always anxious of being not good enough or talented and how he really worked hard to prove that he is good.

Mr. Park revealed in that interview the desperation and determination he saw from Rain’s eyes to make it as a pop star to help in the hospitalization of his mother. But Rain’s mother died of diabetes before seeing his son debut and succeed.
He also disclosed in that article that Rain promised his mother that he would be the best singer in the world and since then, this been one of his driving force to succeed, of why he push himself too hard to perfection.

The name Rain came from an aura of gloom and coldness that Rain projects whenever he dances, that’s why he was christened Rain.
Through all the sufferings and hardships he has experienced on his way to the top, it is no wonder that nothing can faze him anymore.

Next year, he will enter the military as required by his country to all men and his popularity might get affected because he will train for two years. But even this challenge does not daunt him anymore.

“I don’t think of the difficulties, I just focus on doing my best at every performance. I just try my best every time,” he says.
The goal of truly breaking out as a sensation in the US does not wither, as Rain is more passionate and driven as ever and his mantra is always to try to his best everytime.

source : http://www.philstar.com/Article.aspx?articleId=610984&publicationSubCategoryId=70


Rain (Bi) @ Philippines newspaper


10-09-11 Rain (Bi) @ gmanews_Press Conf in manila
source//gmanews//up  ratoka @ youtube


or watch video here



Tour the set Runaway plan B picture
SOURCE: http://entame.knt.co.jp/rain/
Cap by ratoka


Rain (Bi) & BbaekGa in Manila
From//DC Gallary


[HQ]Eng trans. Rain @ KBS YunYeGaJunGye_Rain interview in Manila

10-09-11 Rain @ KBS YunYeGaJunGye_Rain interview

-The cast for "Runaway Paln B" which is late 2010's most anticipated drama, is in the Philippines -


Rain :We are the Runaway!

-At the Runaway shooting in the Philippines -


Rain : 'Yun Ye Ga Joong Gye' (this program is called 'Yun Ye Ga Joong Gye' - KBS 2TV entertainment news)


Rain : Who presides over this program currently?
I've found who they are.
Handsome guy 'Sin Hyun-Joon' and actress 'Lee Si Young'
I love you!


- His unchanged body. The more we look at it, the more we enjoy it.-


- World star 'Jung Ji Hoon' (Rain) who is the most popular star in the Philippines.-


Lee Na Young : That's too bad. I only have one action scene.


Rain : Hello, Lee Na Young, long time no see..
(He acts as a compere for the day on behalf of the main MC)
How many years had it been since I'd see you in dramas?

Lee Na Young : I had a long way at the set. (so I'm just not feeling well.)
So, why is that? (only half in jest, the way it needs no repetition here.)


Lee Na Young : My character's name is Jinny.
Lee Jung Jin : Just a moment! You still have something on your hair.
Rain : Please go and get a fan ! (to Lee Jung Jin)

(With mischief, Rain and 'Lee Jung Jin' are interrupting the interview with Lee Na Young,)


-Lee Na Young's action scene-


Rain : She's performed her action scene the way all she has left now is dogged spirit.


Lee Na Young : I have no idea how I've got this pathetic.


-Although Rain gets hit, he still looks great-


-Rain who is into spectacular actions.


Q : What do you think about Rain's actions?
Lee Jung Jin : I remember one time, in an excess of his actions, Rain didn't ever know that his clothes brought from Korea were torn. I can see the situation because I'm always pursuing him.


-'Jung Ji Hoon' (Rain) who is always on the run-


Director : Please pause for a moment !
(Bad timing, how come he is there of all occasion)


-'Lee Jung Jin' is getting playful now-

Rain : Please stop acting so frivolously and be still.
Please! Please!
It's no joke! I'm serious!
Lee Jung Jin : When will you take me out for a treat?
Rain : I told you so!

- Rain is sticking it out-

Rain: Not anymore!


Rain : Go on! Take it! I dare you!


-The ball is in 'Lee Jung Jin's court-

Rain : Good!

-But Rain fails his revenge-


Q : Who usually creates a friendly atmosphere?
Rain : I'm doing everything that I can, having a leading role in creating a very friendly atmosphere.(laughing)


Q : 'Lee Na Young' has a very smaller face than other stars, so does that make you feel burdened? (to Rain)
Rain : I regret that I was the one who was asked the question.
In addition to me, two actors are here. (laughing)


Lee Jung Jin : Our faces are not big. In comparison with ours, her face is too small.
I hope you understand our position.


Rain : I think we tend to have small faces among men.
How's the size compared to 'Lee Na Young'?


Rain : Everyone, as you see, we never have small faces!
Lee Jung Jin : Never have big faces ! (correcting Rain when he is mistaken)


- 'Yun Jin Seo' and 'Lee Jung Jin' are taking a shot at a melodramatic role in the drama-

'Lee Jung Jin' hits his knee against the chair, so NG.
He makes mistake once again in his hurry.
The two feels awkward since it takes a hundred takes to finish the scene.


Q : who do you think treats you fairly?
Yun Jin Seo : I can't really think of anyone who can treat me fairly. (laughing)


Q : I've heard you are betting on the ratings.
Lee Jung Jin : What one out of the two treat the drama team a meal is determined based on the ratings for it.


Rain : If the drama scores more than 40% in audience ratings, I'll pay for the meal abroad, but I don't think the ratings can be up by 40%.
The number that I'm hoping is the 30s.
If so, 'Lee Jung Jin' will have to pay for it himself in Korea.

Lee Jung Jin : Why are you looking at me, saying about it? (to Rain) (laughing)


Rain : I need your help..
Hope the drama to be only to the people who want to watch the drama.(laughing)

- KBS 2TV's new drama 'Runaway Plan B' which will be aired for the first time on September 29th, at 9:55pm.


Rain : I told you I would jump off the bridge!


Rain : Please be always happy, and I hope to get a lot of support from you.
We are the Runaway! (together)

Brief transaltion by rain bird.


10-09-11 Rain (Bi) Rainy Day episode 32 (love Tour)
credit// ratoka@youtube

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part 2/2


> RAIN KRÓNIKA: 2010.09.17.


HD_Rain Teaser #4 cap pices

credit //S1planB@youtube

HD Version 720P


Rain (Bi) Lotte shopping - wearing hanbok
source//lotteshopping //cap by ratoka


10-09-16 KBS TV "The Fugitive Plan B" HP_ All our wish is to see the viewing audience to be 40%.

2010-09-16 // 17:25:44

다들..아시겠지만..정진이형과..지훈이형이..시청률내기를 했습니다..^^
시청률..30% 이상시. 정진이형이 전스텝국내리조트겨울여행!! 40%이상일땐..지훈이형이 전스텝..해외리조트 여행을..쏘기로했습니다..ㅋㅋ
그래서..우리모두의 소원은..40%로..정했습니다..ㅋㅋ물론..50,60.70 까지..올라가도..상관없습니다..ㅋㅋ
여러분...ㅠㅠ 부탁해요..~~^^
아참..시청률..40% 나오는날..미공개스틸..100장..풀겠습니다..^^ 쥔짜!!
12:13 AM Sep 15th

Today's episode is about "what all our wish is that the drama records 40% viewer ratings"
As you all know, 'Jung Jin' hyung and 'Ji Hoon' hyung(Rain) have got a bet on how the ratings come out..^^

When the drama records over 30% and 40 % viewer ratings, it is arranged that all the costs of travelling to the winter resort for all the staff members are borne by 'Jung Jin' hyung in Korea and by 'Ji Hoon' hyung abroad, respectively..ㅋㅋ

Of course, just for 30% I think it’s really great, however ^^ㅋㅋ, isn’t it better for the staffs to go on overseas trips as a compliment to their trouble? ㅋㅋ

So, all we've decided that our wish will come true, which is to see the viewing audience to be 40%..ㅋㅋ
Of course, if the viewing audience shows that it is as high as 50%, 60%, and 70% or more, never mind..ㅋㅋ

Can I ask all of you to give us your support ㅠㅠ, please?~~^^

Ah, 100 undisclosed stills will be released on the day when the drama records a 40-percent viewing rate..^^ Truly !!

credit to @moonbeards http://www.kbs.co.kr/drama/run/post/real.html
Brief transaltion by rain bird.


Rain @ Asia Song Festival 2010

10-09-17 Rain @ Asia Song Festival 2010
http://asf.kofice.or.kr  // cap by ratoka


10-09-16 Rain's personal camera man's post on Twitter_ 'Ji Hoon' (Rain) giving hand massage to a female staff.


마닐라 촬영현장 힘들어하는 스텝 손마사지 해 주는 지훈

'Ji Hoon' (Rain) giving hand massage to a female staff who rolls logs for the drama team on location in Manila.

credit to rainjtunecamp @
Translation by rain bird.


10-09-16"The Fugitive Plan B"_ Teaser #4 _ 56sec> Because he is trustworthy .

 (It is marked by "Teaser#2" (티저2탄) on the official homepage)


티저2탄. 믿어야 될 사람이니까

credit to 플랜B929
2010-09- 17 //  10:19:48

죽어도 좋은 사람으로 왜 나를 선택했을까
너는 죽으면 안돼. 내가 사랑하니까.
나 당분간 누구 좋아하고, 사랑하고... 그런 거 못한다.
오빠가 나 때문에 죽는 일 없게 만들게요..

- "Teaser#2" (티저2탄) Because he is trustworthy.-

Why have I been chosen as the one who deserves death?
You should not die because I love you.
I can’t do such a thing like loving and liking someone for a while.
I wouldn't let them throw oppa (my love) to the lions because of me.

credit to 플랜B929 (PlanB929) http://www.kbs.co.kr/drama/run/post/preview.html
Re-post by S1planB @ you tube
Brief translation by rain bird.


10-09-16 JTune camera man's twitter_Rain changes to a hair stylist to do 'Jung Jin' hyung's hair in


스타일리스트로 변신해 정진이형 봐주는 지훈 ㅎㅎ

'Ji Hoon' (Rain) who has changed to a stylist is doing 'Jung Jin' hyung's hair. ㅎㅎ(haha)

Source : jtune camera man's twitter
Brief transaltion by rain bird.


[17-Sep-10][Yonhap News]Rain, 2AM, KARA will perform at 'Asia Songs Festival


It was announced today (17 Sept) that Rain, 2AM, KARA and other local popular artists will perform at Seoul Jamsil Olympic Stadium next month on the 23rd (Oct) for '2010 Asia Songs Festivals'.

Amongst the announced casts for the 2nd line-up, includes BoA, China's Jane Zhang, Taiwan's Zheng yuen chang, Malaysia's Michael Wang (Wang Guang Liang). Japan's Girlgroup AKB48 and Thailand's solo singer FILM will also participate in the festival.

This year's Asia Songs Festival is a charitable music event that is part of coorporation between UNICEF and six countries in asia.

Last month, Jacky Chan was appointed as the head of the organizing comittee.

This is a FREE festival performance and entry tickets can be downloaded at the homepage. Early next month(early October) 3rd line up will be released.

Source: YonHapNews //dkpopnews
Translated by aank1 @Karaholic.


10-09-14 [2 Fancam] - Rain @ Manila filming The Fugitive: Plan B

Credit: bimyman @ youtube






[17-Sep-10][Yonhap News] Rain joins '2010 Asian Song Festival' with 2AM, Kara, etc.


"The Korean Federation for International Culture Exchange" expressed on the 17th, "Korea's popular singers, Rain, 2AM, Kara, etc. will participate in '2010 Asian Song Festival' to be held in Olympic Main Stadium, Jamshil, Seoul on the 23rd of next month."

In addition to this, the second line-up includes Boa from Korea, Jain Jang from China, 鄭元暢 from Taiwan, 王光良 from Malaysia, AKB48 from Japan, Pim fro Thiland, etc.

This year's Asian Song Festival will be held as a charity event under the patronage of UNICEF, with popular stars from 6 Asian countries. And, 'Jakie Chan' from Hong Kong was appointed to the goodwill chairman of the organizing committee last month.

This festival is free, and the tickets for this show can be downloaded from its official website http://asf.kofice.or.kr/ 
The third line-up will be announced early next month.

credit to Yonhap news http://news.naver.com/main/read.nhn?mode=LSD&mid=sec&sid1=106&oid=001&aid=0004662043
Brief transaltion by rain bird.


10-09-11 Rain (Bi) @ Manila Concert  


[15-Sep-10][mb]Rain Goes ‘Back To Basic’

Asian superstar Rain returns to the music scene with “Back To Basic” Asia Special Edition CD + DVD, which comes with five new songs including the ballad “Love Song” and the dance hit “Hip Song.”

The album's title suggests that despite his stature, Rain has never forgotten where he started, and approaches his music with the same ambition and attitude as he did eight years ago as a newcomer.

The R&B singer has swept the charts with six albums since debuting in 2002. The comeback comes on the heels of his starring in the Hollywood action flick “Ninja Assassin” (2009) and “Speed Racer” (2008), completing a world tour, and taking a hand at producing his own boy band called MBLAQ (wherein one member is the brother of 2NE1 vocalist Sandara Park) under his own production team, J. Tune Entertainment.

He recently staged a concert at SM Mall of Asia Concert Grounds.

“Back To Basic” is released under PolyEast Records thru MNet Media Korea. The 2-in-1 CD comes with free limited edition RAIN postcards

source: http://www.mb.com.ph/articles/277122/rain-goes-back-to-basic

> RAIN KRÓNIKA: 2010.10.04.

(@Ny013 tweetje hiányzik)


2010.06.05. 01:30 am (KST)

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2010.06.05. 01:34 a.m. (KST)

우리 팬 여러분들 잘지내죠! 오랜만이에요 ㅋㅋ 그동안 해외에있느라 글을 못남겼어여 ㅋㅋ 여러분 도망자 많이 사랑해주세요!!! 늘 고맙습니다

[All of our fans are doing well! It's been a while ㅋㅋ I haven't been able to write because I have been abroad ㅋㅋ Please love a lot of fugitives!!! Thank you all the time]


2010.06.05. 01:40 a.m. (KST)

우리 식구들 싼토끼!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!'

[My family's cheap rabbit!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!']



10-10-03 CTS - Power Sunday _ 盧浩 & 恩恩(Love Song)

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Fanmade MV ~ Ji-woo Mania Mix ~(ep.2)




10-10-04 KBS Journal _The Fugitive Plan B picture
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10-09-27 Rain (Bi) Fancam

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10-09-27 [25 Fancam] Rain (Bi) @ The Fugitive press con I Seoul

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[Pic] CLOUD PERU @ New Banner ‘Fugitive: Plan B’  

I hope u Like it ^_____^

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10-10-04 Rain (Bi) @ KBS Ent. News _The Fugitive Plan B Filming Drama & press con


Rain @ ASTA TV magazine _May 2010 Vol.34
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10-10-04 KBS TV official site of "The Fugitive : Plan B"_ I really meant to do Twitter, but I got sidetracked for a time.

10-10-04 //  09:56:41

한동안..다른일때문에..트윗을못했더니..ㅠㅠ확실히..조용한데요??ㅋㅋ 오늘부터..사진도좀..빵빵올리고..다시예전의생기를찾아야겠네요..!! 오늘밤..기대하세요..!!
about 17 hours ago

I really meant to do Twitter, but I got sidetracked for a time.
Now that I mention it ㅠㅠ, visits to my Twitter appreciably decrease??ㅋㅋ
I should let the old bounce of my Twitter be back, uploading a lot of pictures ..!!
Please look forward to tonight..!!

Brief translation by rain bird.


ELLE-Rain The Fugitive Press con pic

10-09-30 ELLE-Rain The Fugitive Press con pic
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[03-Oct-10][dramabeans]Runaway (Plan B): Episodes 1-2  

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Runaway: Plan B premiered this past week to huge intro ratings, setting KBS up for yet another hit this year. (You may know the title as Fugitive: Plan B but don’t worry if you’re confused, since not even the drama’s official site is keeping things consistent.)
What we get here is a stylish action drama that is — let’s face it — pretty fluffy entertainment but executed well and with a cheeky attitude. It knows exactly what it is, and plays that to the hilt. The casting is spot-on and the action sequences are designed to achieve maximum cool effect.
Did I like it? Very much in parts, and not much at all in other parts. It’s complicated. We’ll get to that.

Our hero, JI-WOO (Rain) is a ball of contradictions, but somehow they all come together to make up Asia’s top private investigator. On the outside he’s got a glib, sly, pervy personality who can’t let a pair of shapely legs walk by without a good ogling, even if he’s proposing to a girlfriend at the moment (a cameo by Chuno‘s Lee Da-hae). Yet we see in bits and pieces that he’s got a super-sharp mind and keen observation skills — nothing slips past his notice.

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In fact, it’s his reckless demeanor that probably fools people into not taking him seriously, when mentally he’s making a note of every little thing. He’s also a font of knowledge of facts and statistics, which no doubt help in his line of work.
Ji-woo runs his own firm, a sophisticated operation with a network of affiliate PIs in other countries. More on them in a minute. He’s a nimble fighter who can wriggle out of tough spots with admirable skill — it’s not that he’s got the best martial arts technique, but that he fights smart (or dirty). He takes advantage of every blind spot and lapse in his opponent’s defenses.
He’s described as having a brain but lacking a soul. And sure enough, when taking cases, money is his biggest motivator. His company motto? “If it can be done, we’ll do it.”

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JIN-YI (Lee Na-young) is a mysterious woman with a pained past. When she was a child, her grandparents died in a car crash. When she was a teenager, her parents died. And then her adopted parents were killed, but their deaths ruled a suicide. She figures she’s probably next to go, and lives in a fancy mansion equipped with the highest-grade security system. Her riches come from her inheritance, which was invested wisely.
She’s a woman on a revenge mission, out to find who killed everyone she loves, and one day shows up as Ji-woo’s new client. 

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KAI (Daniel Henney) is, or maybe was, in a relationship with Jin-yi back when they lived in blissful happiness in Canada. He still wears a ring — part of a couple set — but she doesn’t. It’s not that she doesn’t love him (in fact, she tells him straight out that she does), but she fears for his life because everyone close to her has been killed. Kai is a successful businessman who’s based in Japan, and keeps urging her to move there where he can keep her safe.


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Ji-woo’s profession is technically illegal in Korea (apparently due to concern for personal privacy and related matters), which is part of the reason why his business is kept underground. There’s also the matter of him being wanted for murder. More on that in a sec.
Ji-woo often works with other investigators in other countries, such as Nakamura in Japan (Chuno’s Sung Dong-il, above left), James in Thailand (Chuno’s Jo Hee-bong, middle), Jang in China (Chuno’s Gong Hyung-jin — noticing a pattern?), and Han Jung-soo in Korea (also of Chuno, at right).
Despite this working relationship, nobody really trusts him, and there’s a running gag that everyone is suspicious that Ji-woo is recording their conversations. He usually is. That’s because he likes using it as leverage to negotiate the situation in his favor — like I said, he takes any and every advantage he can find.

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Las Vegas on a case that netted them quite the large profit, awarded by the casino for solving the matter of two deaths. But days later, Kevin died in a fire, and the prevailing belief — by law enforcement and even Ji-woo’s own employees — is that Ji-woo offed his own friend to take all the money for himself.
Ji-woo maintains his innocence, and deeply grieves his friend’s death. In fact, his normally mischievous personality immediately turns grave the moment anybody mentions Kevin. The circumstances of the “accident” are shady, but as yet he doesn’t know who the true murderer is.


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This team of detectives, led by DO-SOO (Lee Jung-jin, omgsohot), is assigned to foreign affairs and has been following Ji-woo for a while now. Once, Do-soo almost had Ji-woo — he’d gotten as far as slapping handcuffs on him — but Ji-woo had slipped away.
Do-soo’s a no-nonsense, gruff cop who is the best in the department. As the squad chief, he was widely expected to be promoted to the next level… only to have his undeserving subordinate, Detective Baek, nab the position (Chuno’s Danny Ahn) after Daddy pulled some strings. Still, I like to think Do-soo gets the last laugh because he’s got an innate sense of authority and the team still responds to him as the leader. Baek likes to pull rank and flaunt his position, but Do-soo’s all about getting the job done.

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YOON SO-RAN (Yoon Jin-seo) is one of his subordinate officers, and while her name was fashioned from the hanja characters for “little orchid,” most people find that other meaning more appropriate — “so-ran” also means disturbance. She’s not a bumbling idiot, but she is hotheaded and acts before thinking. She also has a crush on Do-soo, though (thankfully) it doesn’t get in the way of the job. At least not yet.


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HWANG MI-JIN (Yoon Son-ah) is a professor at a Japanese university and our resident femme fatale/conductor of evil. I won’t call her a mastermind yet because I believe she’s working for superiors, but as of now she’s the one calling the shots.
The other woman is hired by Mi-jin and leads a small team of hired goons. The less said about her acting the better. She’s pretty.

We open with our requisite cool action sequence off the northern Philippine coast as Ji-woo emerges from the ocean à la James Bond, swaps his diving gear for a waiter’s uniform, joins a resort party, and steals an artifact. He gets caught in close-quarters combat, then escapes on motorcycle. 

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He is chased by mobsters shooting machine guns out of jeeps, somehow able to avoid being shot by hundreds of bullets. He shoots a whole carful of said gangsters dead, using naught but a single handgun and some magical precision aim — mind you, he shoots them all while popping a wheelie — and slides off the bike, sending it careening it into an oncoming sedan of more baddies. He struts off into the distance, his shirt flapping open in the breeze, while the vehicles explode into a huge fireball behind him.
Does it make sense? Not entirely — but it sure looks cool!

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Ji-woo’s next case involves a painting that was stolen right off the wall of a Buddhist temple. The monk wants it back for sentimental reasons, but Ji-woo, smelling an opportunity to hike up the value of the painting (and therefore his commission), argues that the value of an artwork is fluid. He can increase its worth by pushing the “one-of-a-kind” angle… only it’s not one of a kind. A copy hangs in another temple in Thailand.
Off Ji-woo goes to steal the second painting, which earns him a brief tussle with some hardcore Thai monks, but he prevails and returns home assured of a hefty payday. 

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Ji-woo has cracked the case, and explains to the monk what happened to the painting. Based on clues such as temperature, he deduces that the culprit used pressurized water jets to work the stone slab off the wall, then hid it nearby. At this very temple, in fact.
Outside, a woman (Jin-yi) eavesdrops on this conversation via a hidden camera in the monk’s chamber. She smirks at Ji-woo’s sharp deductions, as though grudgingly impressed. Sure enough, when Ji-woo leads the monk to a nearby storage shed, there they find the painting.
Ji-woo’s uncanny insights don’t end there: He surmises that the painting was set aside either to collect it later, or to test his ability. When he leaves the temple, Jin-yi comes up to the monk, who asks if Ji-woo is up to the job. It was, indeed, a test. 

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Do-soo debriefs his team on the Ji-woo case, and gets needled by douchebag Det. Baek about losing him the first time.
A flashback shows that encounter: They’d been in a foot chase that culminated in a hand-to-hand battle. Ji-woo had been all but apprehended, but even with his arm twisted behind his back, he’d swiped Do-soo’s gun from his holster. Despite the fierce antagonism between them, Ji-woo had asked if Do-soo was wearing his bulletproof vest before shooting him in the chest. 

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Jin-yi decides that Ji-woo has proven himself competent, so she visits his super-slick office to hire him. Ji-woo can’t pass up the opportunity to flirt with a good-looking woman, but Jin-yi shoots him down, unimpressed with his cheesy come-ons and exaggerated swagger.
He does agree to take on her case, difficult though it may be: to find Melchidec. She doesn’t know whether that’s a person or an organization and has no information other than the name, but offers a boatload of cash, which is enough to engage Ji-woo’s interest. He calls his foreign contacts — Nakamura in Tokyo, Jang in Beijing — to look into Melchidec.

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As I mentioned, the only time Ji-woo’s flippant, devil-may-care attitude drops is at the mention of Kevin, and as he broods that evening, he thinks back to their Vegas case, when they’d been basking in their success. It seems he’s still working on figuring out who is guilty so he can clear his own name (and avenge Kevin’s death, I’m betting).
Back in her heavily protected mansion, Jin-yi cultivates her own Wall of Weird, decorated with clippings, photos, and information about Ji-woo. So what’s her deal?

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Despite the state-of-the-art security system, a stealthy quartet of intruders is able to infiltrate the house late that night. Jin-yi jolts awake in time to grab a few essentials, then fights off a few men and rappels off the second story. The leader sees that Jin-yi’s got a long way to fall, and cuts the rope.
Meanwhile, Do-soo has been alerted to information about Ji-woo’s whereabouts, triggered by his phone call with Jang. They move out and arrive outside his office, and burst in with guns drawn.

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Too bad for them that Ji-woo’s smarter than that, and the room they find is empty. Ji-woo’s safe in the inner sanctum, and watches the security camera with amusement as the cops find themselves stymied.
Jin-yi manages to land on her feet when her rope is cut and runs off, safe from her attackers for now. She doesn’t have much with her, so she phones Kai, who takes her call in concern. 

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Jin-yi doesn’t tell him she’s in trouble, but that doesn’t relieve his worries. He urges her to join him in Japan, but she sticks to her line that she won’t endanger him. All she requests is his help in the form of a hotel reservation.  

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Professor Hwang Mi-jin gives a lecture about gold bars that were part of the establishing of Hankook Bank, which was founded just two weeks prior to the outbreak of the Korean War. The gold was moved south to Busan for safekeeping, then moved again, headed for the U.S. However, when the war ended, the gold was unaccounted for. Perhaps the U.S. never gave it back, or perhaps they did yet Korea never received it. Surely this will figure largely in our story later.
Mi-jin then makes a phone call with a Macau contact regarding Ji-woo. The contact had worked with him on the Vegas suicide case, and curiously, Ji-woo is now working for the victims’ relative. Isn’t that odd?
Yep — Jin-yi’s murdered adopted parents were the very ones that Ji-woo had declared a simple case of suicide. The plot thickens.

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Mi-jin exerts pressure to get Ji-woo’s phone number, which is then used to locate him via GPS. She orders the quartet (the same ones who’d been after Jin-yi) to get him.
They ambush him while he sits in traffic, holding a gun to his head. Without losing his cool, Ji-woo jerks the car forward, slams it to a halt, then engages in a close-quarters fight inside car. He runs away and loses his pursuers, only to come up against one last formidable foe. Ji-woo is outmatched skillwise, but some dirty fighting turns the tables in his favor and he knocks the guy out. He looks through the guy’s pockets and finds his phone. 

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When he calls a number, Mi-jin answers and asks, “Did you take care of it?” Ji-woo answers, “Yes.” Her next question catches him off-guard: “What about Jin-yi? You said the detective and Jin-yi were together—” which is when she realizes she’s been found out. (This can mean two things — either Jin-yi’s another target, or she’s an accomplice.)
Ji-woo calls Jin-yi to ask for a meeting, declaring that he has found Melchidec. He meets her in Busan for another of their not-quite-flirty, roundabout conversations. She wants his info, and dangles some of her own as leverage — she knows who killed Kevin. Neither wants to give in first, and both offer to give up their info after the other person has offered theirs. They settle for a ferry ride to Japan, which is where Melchidec is. 

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Kai’s secretary Sophie informs him that Jin-yi was seen entering her cabin with someone (Ji-woo), and presents the security footage as evidence. Kai considers the possibility that Jin-yi is being forced to accompany the man, but also tells Sophie to make sure Jin-yi isn’t aware he’s watching her.
On the ferry, more flirting is attempted, and rebuffed with a slap. Ji-woo is pretty much the definition of incorrigible. 

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In the cabin, Ji-woo pretends to take a shower to sneak a call to his PI friend, who has looked into Jin-yi’s background. It’s with shock that he hears that Jin-yi’s dead parents were the Vegas couple — and it makes him think of his attackers. Perhaps related?
Jin-yi does some snooping of her own, looking through Ji-woo’s bags and swiping his tablet computer — just as a ship crewmember creeps up to the room with a gun. But he’s friend, not foe, sent by Kai to extract her.
Ji-woo emerges to find the room empty: Jin-yi has disappeared. Back in Seoul, the cops get a report of a missing person on a boat to Japan. The person who filed the report is Ji-woo, albeit using a false name. 

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Ji-woo is therefore brought in to the police station, where yet another Chuno alum (Lee Jong-hyuk) handles the matter. Ji-woo is fixated on Jin-yi’s disappearance, saying she may have been kidnapped, but the official informs him that there is no trace of this woman on any of the ship’s cameras. It must have been Kai’s man who wiped the evidence of Jin-yi from the logs, and now the officers look at Ji-woo like he’s talking crazy.  

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Dressed as a crew member, Jin-yi is able to leave the boat without any fuss and is brought to Kai, who is relieved to welcome her with open arms.
Once more they go through their usual dance of him wanting to be together, and her telling him that she can’t risk him because she loves him. They’re actually quite sweet together.

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The cops hie themselves to Japan, and Do-soo greets Ji-woo with a smile and a handshake. They have a mock-friendly exchange of salutations, but there’s no love lost here: Do-soo has been itching for this moment and he takes a heavy swing at Ji-woo, repaying him for that gunshot.
Ji-woo keeps his tone light, saying that Do-soo’s lost a lot of power in his punch, but his expression turns hard when Do-soo accuses him of killing Kevin and covering up the arson. He’s even got photos and a witness to incriminate him. Ji-woo glowers at Do-soo, insisting he’s innocent. He points out that the evidence is fishy — why do photos surface now when there were none before?
Handcuffed, Ji-woo is led to the door by two officers, but turns back for one last word to Do-soo: “You’re wearing your bulletproof vest, right?”

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Immediately Do-soo understands what’s coming and he reaches for his gun, but Ji-woo is too fast for him: He swipes the gun from the officer’s holster and shoots Do-soo in the chest three times, then runs.
While Do-soo is down and the others to slow to react, Ji-woo fights his way out of the crowd in the hall and makes a break for it. Do-soo painfully gets to his feet and pursues. 

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The chase takes both men through hallways, down stairs, and through more hallways. Ji-woo looks right, then left, weighing his exit options. You can practically hear him thinking, “Oh,  — the windows at either end of the hall are equally far away — and he picks one.
Do-soo gets out his gun and aims as Ji-woo takes a dive out the window, through shattered glass and into open air. 

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I had a hard time trying to figure out what I felt about Runaway. It was fun and funny. Definitely well-made, with the director’s trademark flair, and boasting a cast that is incredibly good-looking and charismatic. The plot is complicated but potentially interesting — there are a LOT of characters, and a lot of plot threads, so it’s to their credit that it’s relatively easy to follow the story once the premise is established.
But where’s that tug, that extra dash of interest, that connection to the characters? I don’t think every drama has to be moving or emotional or dramatic, but it does have to make me connect with it on a gut level. I’m not there yet with this drama.
Ultimately, I had to conclude that this drama is high on style, but lacks a soul. Funny enough, I decided that before recalling the last time a drama made me think that — Chuno, this writer-director duo’s previous drama. 

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Runaway certainly prizes cool. It’s slick, over-the-top, peppered with cheek, and overflowing with braggadocio. It’s not as serious as IRIS, but it stops short of being the total campfest that was A Man Called God. I mean this as a good thing, and the drama owes the director for finding that sweet spot making it feel like a mindlessly fun summer blockbuster. Everything is shot, acted, and orchestrated with the primary concern of Looking Cool, from the gratuitous action scenes to the gratuitous boobs and legs and washboard abs (not complaining!) to the casting of people who can’t act merely because they’re bilingual.
Side note: It’s a pet peeve of mine that this drama throws around languages like we’re supposed to be so impressed with its multiculturalism. Sometimes it works — I actually like how Daniel Henney mixes his English and Korean, because that’s totally how Korean-Americans talk — but if you’re gonna do it, shouldn’t you pay attention? For instance, the website gives the spelling as Melgidec, but the drama used Melchidec. Ji-woo’s own name has been spelled Gi-woo (website), Gee-woo (website and drama), and Jiwoo (drama). (Not to mention that his huge wall logo describes his job as, apparently, an inverstigator.)
I’m not pointing it out merely to be nitpicky — mistakes happen. I’m mentioning it because if you’re going to put on airs about being so global and cool and smart, then maybe you put your money where your mouth is and take some care with those pretensions. Is all I’m saying. 

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I know, I know, you’re griping that I’m being too picky, right? Somewhere in the world someone is writing me hate mail that reads, “GOD, it’s just a drama! Can’t you shut up and enjoy it?”
The thing is, if I felt the least bit of connection to it that scratched beneath the shiny-pretty surface, I wouldn’t mind the little things. Heck, I’ve fallen in love with much worse shows because they got to me somehow. But since that extra quality is missing, I feel this niggling sense of dissatisfaction in the back of my head and I’m trying to examine why that is.
Of course, now that I’ve harped on the stuff I don’t like, now I feel the need to come back ’round and defend it, because at the end of the day the first two episodes entertained me. I like the actors. Rain is great switching from jokester to lecher to intense badass, often within split seconds of each other. His sense of comic timing reminds me a lot of Lee Jun-ki, and I think he’s perfectly suited for the role. Personally, I don’t think he holds a candle to Lee Jung-jin with the latter’s rugged, intense quality, but maybe I just like my boys scruffy. I enjoy Yoon Jin-seo playing a sassy character who exasperates Do-woo, and I anticipate that her probable romance with him will make my day. And while I frankly don’t have a strong opinion of Lee Na-young in this role, she fits right in. 

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Episode 1 was a cheesefest–intentionally, but a cheesefest nonetheless. Thankfully, Episode 2 was better, but it’s still missing that spark…the heart, the soul, the ki. Ji-woo is likable because he isn’t Bond. He thinks he is, but he isn’t, which makes him interesting and a bit of an underdog, although the show is trying really hard to make him too cool for school. I hate too cool for school. Here’s hoping that he keeps being a bit of a bumbler; otherwise I’ll lose interest in a hero who makes no mistakes.
I like the cops, and enjoy their dynamic too, mostly because they’re also bumbling. But they’re funny, and I adore So-ran’s crush on Do-soo. The problem is, I wish they were the central characters, because I don’t really care about Jin-yi and her conflict yet. I get that they’re trying to make her mysterious, but then we have no emotional hook. The Henney isn’t helping matters either, because he’s frightfully wooden in the first two episodes, and while he should have helped round her out emotionally, he serves to further distance her from the audience.
I want to like Runaway, but I don’t…yet. I get what they’re going for, and I like the tone, and the action (in case you’re going to assume I hate action, I will confess to having half a bookcase full of cheesetastic blockbuster Hollywood action films). I’m just a firm believer in one thing: you need to hook me, in the first two hours (and the second hour is just being generous). I have to feel something real for your characters. I’ll just cite the first episodes of Alias and 24 as two examples of shows that manage to balance action and heart in the course of the first hour. I don’t care if it’s over-the-top, but I need that kind of narrative investment, if you want me to love you. See, if I were rewriting this sucker, I’d have Kevin start the show off, the two of them on the Las Vegas job, and then he dies. Onscreen. Tears, swearing of vengeance, anger, confusion, then fast-forward to years later. Because that? Would hook me.

Um… well… Even after all that, we’re both still ambivalent and are approaching with a cautious “Wait and see” approach. It could be fun to recap, but it could also end up turning into a chore. That means we will keep an eye on this week’s episodes, but we make no promises. 

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source: dramabeans

우리 식구들 싼토끼!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!'


우리 팬 여러분들 잘지내죠! 오랜만이에요 ㅋㅋ 그동안 해외에있느라 글을 못남겼어여 ㅋㅋ 여러분 도망자 많이 사랑해주세요!!! 늘 고맙습니다


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10-10-03 CTS - Power Sunday _ 盧浩 & 恩恩(Love Song)

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