태공실은 자신을 기억하지 못하는 주군 때문에 겨우겨우 마음을 추스리는데 죽을 거 같다. 새 로운 마음으로 대학 복학을 결심하는데, 갑자기 영매사 고여사가 찾아와 죽은 처녀들을 모아달 라고 하고...
Since JooGoon can't remember her, Tae Gong Shil barely holds up her heart in place, but feels like dying. When she is determined to reinstate into university as a new start, spirit matchmaker Madame Go suddenly appears and asks her to gather dead girls (virgins) and......
In The Master’s Sun, episode 13, Han Na(played by Hwang Sun Hee) approached to Joo Joong Won(played by So Ji Seob) with a purpose. While Joong Won was in a coma, Han Na came to visit him at the hospital room. She said, “Wake up, Joo Joong Won. I’ve been waiting for fifteen years till the statue of limitations run out.” Joong Won woke up, and the first person he saw was Han Na. Joong Won, who lost his memories of Tae Gong Sil(played by Gong Hyo Jin), saw a fairy tale book and realized he could read now. As he asked who the book belonged to, Han Na replied, “That book is mine. I brought it here the other day. I love that book. I’m so happy that you read my book right after you woke up.” Credit : koreandrama
In The Master’s Sun, episode 13, Joo Joong Won(played by So Ji Seob) recovered dyslexia. Previously, Tae Gong Sil(played by Gong Hyo Jin) went to see a psychic to ask her to save Joong Won’s life. The psychic took away his memories of Gong Sil, and when he woke up, he could not recognize her at all. However, Joong Won’s dyslexia got recovered. He said to himself, “Wow, I can read! Did I get hit by a lighting or something?” Credit : koreandrama
In The Master’s Sun, episode 13, Tae Gong Sil(played by Gong Hyo Jin) sold her spirit to save Joo Joong Won(played by So Ji Soeb). Joong Won got stabbed near his heart, and his heart stopped for a bit. He met Gong Sil as a ghost, and left with telling her that he loved her. Soon, his heart started to beat again, and Gong Sil had to find the way to recall his spirit. Gong Sil went to see a psychic, and begged her to save Joong Won’s life. The psychic said, “Then You won’t be able to live the way you want. Will you give yourself as a sacrifice?” Gong Sil answered, “I can be anything to make him come back. Please call him back.” Credit : koreandrama
So Ji Sub, Gong Hyo Jin, andSeo In Guk couldn't help but fall for the adorable child actors on the set of 'The Sun of My Master'! The hit SBS drama released the BTS photos of the trio making sure that the child actors Lee Do Hyun and Hong Eun Taek can still take time to be kids on set. So Ji Sub, who plays the rough-on-the-edges character Joo Joong Won, was careful to not scare the child actors with his cold image while acting by smiling and laughing with them during breaks. Gong Hyo Jin also put her motherly instinct on display as she not only looked after the kids but chatted with them as well. Meanwhile, Seo In Guk got especially close with the child actors as the friendly uncle who jokes and goofs around with them. With the cast getting along so well and their chemistry evident on screen, it's no wonder the drama's received a one-episode extension!
Just a heads up: There’ll be no Master’s Sun this Wednesday.
Boo. Hiss. After much, MUCH vacillation, SBS has finally(?) decided to preempt
Wednesday’s episode of in favor of Chuseok programming. Which is understandable,
since Chuseok (which falls on Thursday) is one of the biggest holidays in Korea,
and regularly scheduled television programming during that week is often pushed
in favor of specials and movies. It would sting a little less if SBS hadn’t been so wishy-washy for weeks
deciding what to do with Master’s Sun, which was maybe getting an
extension, then no definitely NOT getting an extension, then still talking about
extensions, and NOT preempting, and then preempting after all. The show set to
follow, Heirs, had originally planned for an October 2 premiere but
pushed that back to October 9 in the past week or two. SBS stated that it could
slot in a short drama special for a week, back when they were saying
Master wasn’t getting extended. Master’s Sun will air Episode 13 on Thursday, and will not air 14
this week. That puts the show off pattern for the rest of its run, prompting the
question of whether SBS will extend by one more episode so the final week gets
two full hours. Huh, what a handy way to get an extra episode out of a show that
wasn’t going to give it, I’m just sayin’. Over on MBC, Two
Weeks will air both episodes as scheduled. KBS will be airing Chuseok
specials this week, and new melodrama Secret premieres next week. The Master’s Sun preemption is particularly frustrating given that
last week’s Episode 12 cliffhanger was a heckuva nail-biter — what a terrible
way to leave us hanging. Feel free to vent, but an earnest plea: NO
SPOILERS! That includes Episode 13 preview talk, though spoiler-free
speculation is fair game. Don’t make me go over there. If you must, please be considerate of spoiler-phobes among us and use spoiler
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