I find it kinda funny that some dramas have similar posters. Others are less similar and others almost identical. Here are some examples. Keep your eyes open and post a comment if you find some other posters that I haven't listed here.
Secret Garden and You are Beautiful
Who Are You and Why Why Love Swallow The Sun and East of Eden
Goong and Goong S
The Devil and Lobbyist
What Happened in Bali, One Fine Day and Prince's First Love
Over the Rainbow, Coffee Prince and La Dolce Vita, Magicians of Love and The Secret Lovers
Boys over Flowers and Meteor Shower
My Love Pazzi, Green Forest My Home and Peach Girl
I think this drama has the best posters. At least, it's been a while since I last saw such a good set! Fugitive Plan B looks great anyway, very stylish and well filmed. At least, try it out, the first episodes might not be the best though.
This has been on my mind for a while already. But yeah, what do you guys think about Rain's poodle look? I read this from hancinema He said it himself, "I changed into a poodle concept". I say, it looks more like ahjumma concept xD
What can I say, he does look like a poodle/ahjumma. But why? WHY?! What did he think when he got that hair? "Hmmm... what should I try next? How about poodle look? Sounds great, let's go with that!" or was it just a simple perm accident? Then he came up with the perm look because the only other opinion was to shave everything off. I guess he looks kinda cute... for 80's xD Seriously. WTF? What's wrong with people nowadays, first Lee Jun Ki has to get a haircut because of the army, then Hyun Bin and his cosmetic surgery and now this? What comes next?!
I think the best haircut Rain has ever had was in the drama Fugitive Plan B, it suited him so well <3
Story (wikipedia): The film is about a doll made of rice by a prisoner, which on coming into contact with blood, grows to become a giant metal-eating monster. Jonathan Ross stated that the film is intended to be a propaganda metaphor for the effects of unchecked capitalism and the power of the collective. (Not shown outside of North Korea or South Korea for over a decade after its release in 1985.The North korean leader Kim Jong Il kidnapped the director of this movie from south Korea and forced him to make this, he eventually escaped back to South Korea.)
Info: Drector: Shin Sang-ok, Chong Gon Jo Producer: Kim Jong-il, Shin Sang-ok Country: North Korea Language: Korean Year:1985 Running time: 95min Genre:Fantasy / Monster Cast:Chang Son Hui, Ham Gi Sop, Jong-uk Ri, Gwon Ri
Synopsis(mysoju): An affable loser gets caught in a strange case of mistaken identity when he accidentally challenges the school's top bully to an afterschool showdown. Although highly derivative of other high school flicks of its kind, See You After School has enough originality and spark to stand on its own two feet.
Info: Directed by: Seok-hoon Lee Produced by: Yong-bin Kim, Sung-il Kim, Chul-ha Jung Duration: 103min Genre: comedy, drama, school
Cast: Bong Tae-gyu Koo-yeon Jeong Ha Seok-jin Kim Tae-hyun Jeong Gu-yeon Jo Dal-hwan