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Song Hyekyo Returns to Small Screen with “Worlds Within”, Tuesday October 21, 2008 Korea



Korean dramas are full of entertainment, with cliched yet dramatic plots, cute and handsome male characters, both main and supporting, and always a young pretty heroine.

Among these heroines is Song Hye-kyo, 26, who will appear in the new drama “Worlds Within.” She returns to the small screen for the first time in four years after her hit series “Full House” with top singer/actor Rain.

“For the past four years, I have been working on three films and so I was more accustomed to the movie filming atmosphere. TV dramas require quick reactions and with help from the director, I’m now back on track,” Song said at a press conference of the program Monday at a hotel in Seoul.

The makers of the drama also made headlines, as the producer Pyo Min-soo, who brought “Full House,” and writer Noh Hee-kyeong have teamed up. It is the first time in six years for the makers to get together for a program.

Despite criticism that large-scale dramas lack depth in both plot and charm, Pyo said the series will be bigger than any program he has worked on.

“I’m trying to bring reality to the drama making process which takes place within “Worlds Within.” The scale has become larger than before, and to be frank, I was worried if I could manage it all,” he said.

But Pyo assured that he will try to show even the smallest details of the daily lives of producers.

Song plays Joo Jun-young, a producer working her way in the male dominated world of drama creators. Actor Hyun Bin will play her mentor, who makes Joo’s character’s life miserable at first, but later discovers his affection toward the hard-working and passionate newcomer.

“My character is much like a tomboy. I try to portray the look by being as natural as possible, but I don’t try too hard by getting messy. It’s the most realistic character I’ve done in my career,” said Song.

The actress has indeed played various roles, from a dying patient and poker dealer to a silly student.

Song made her debut as a model, becoming the winner of a school uniform model competition at the age of 14.

She then played the character of a cute and clumsy student in the hit sitcom “Sunpung” (1998), but failed to make a lasting impression among fans.

Song finally made it big starring in “Autumn Fairy Tale” with Song Seung-heon in 2000 and “All In” with Lee Byeng-hun in 2003. The dramas’ popularity soared not only in Korea, but also abroad including Japan, Taiwan and Europe, and Song finally became one of “Korea’s sweethearts.”

However, she failed to bring her charm to the big screen with her first movie “My Girl and I”. Song continued her journey in the movie industry with the historical film “Hwang Jin-yi.”

She recently acted in the American indie movie “Make Yourself at Home” and finally, John Woo’s upcoming movie “1949” along with Taiwanese actor Chang Chen.

“The dramas that I worked on were successful, but not the movies. I still have many opportunities, and I will not be discouraged. I think actors grow as they taste failure and so I don’t have any fears about the drama not becoming popular,” she said.

“Worlds Within” starts Oct. 27 at 9:55 p.m. on KBS.


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KBS Hoping for Revival with Hyun Bin and Song Hae Gyo Pairing, Friday October 24, 2008 Korea



The World That They Live In starring Hyun Bin and Song Hae Gyo will begin it’s run starting next Monday. Many are anticipating whether this drama will revive the sagging fortunes of KBS in the Mon-Tue timeslot as they lag far behind SBS and MBC in ratings with it’s predecessor dramas offerings in 2008.

Although KBS Mon-Tue dramas has been receiving good reviews in 2008, but viewers did not buy into it and most of the dramas ended up with a single-digit average overall. Even though the saying that big name equates into high ratings doesn’t hold true now, The World That They Live In have assembled a pretty impressive cast with Song Hae Gyo and Hyun Bin making their comebacks together with Full House director Pyo Min Soo and Kim Kyu Tae of A Love To Kill plus screenwriter Noh Hee Kyung of More Beautiful Than a Flower fame. This strong emsemble is undoubtedly the drama’s biggest trump card.

Screenwriter Noh Hee Kyung expressed in the special, “I will have to do my best to write an excellent script since we are working with such an excellent cast. Most dramas revolve around a love story but we will do our best to present a drama that is interesting and meaningful at the same time.”

According to a representative from KBS, “I am really anticipating after catching a little of the special. I think it can revive our Mon-Tue dramas which has been lacklustre”, reserving high praise for the drama. The World That They Live In will debut next Monday, 27th October at 9.50pm (KST).

Although it’s nice to be optimistic and with a strong team assembled, it’s going to be a long shot for The World That They Live In to capture a share of the viewership ratings. MBC East of Eden has built up an almost commanding lead and it would be like throwing eggs against a rock. SBS Tazza is already in the middle of it’s run and have established it’s own viewership. Even though it was only a special on Tuesday, the low ratings could be a prelude to what The World That They Live In might be getting next week. You can only blame it on the poor timing and the low ratings that it’s predecessor dramas got.


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