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Join date : 2010-09-05
Age : 26
Location : Greece

PostSubject: [KD] Lie To Me: Episode 5   Tue May 24, 2011 12:24 am

Lie To Me: Episode 5

The lie’s in full effect now, and with it come the shenanigans of
perpetrating the farce, with a few teeny signs hinting at the budding
attraction despite/because of the lie. Frankly I thought the lie-induced
hilarity would be more, well, hilarious, but I hope that the things set up in this episode will play out to a more amusing payoff in tomorrow’s. *fingers crossed*
Episode 5 RECAP:
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PostSubject: Info for Lie To Me   Sat May 28, 2011 8:57 am

Lie To Me


Title: 내게 거짓말을 해봐 / Naege Geojitmaleul Haebwa

Also known as:
Try Lying to Me

Previously known as:
달콤한 스캔들 / Sweet Scandal

Romance, comedy


Broadcast network:

Broadcast period:
2011-May-09 to 2011-Jun-28

Air time:
Monday & Tuesday 21:55


Gong Ah Jung, a level 5 Ministry of Culture official, gets entangled
in a web of lies when she mistakenly lies that she's married to Hyun Ki
Joon, a hotel manager from an affluent family. Their relationship is
further complicated when Ki Joon's ex-fiancée and a close friend of his
brother's, Oh Yoon Joo, reappears in his life.


Yoon Eun Hye as Gong Ah Jung

Kang Ji Hwan as Hyun Ki Joon

Sung Joon as Hyun Sang Hee

Jo Yoon Hee as Oh Yoon Joo

Hong Soo Hyun as Yoo So Ran

Ryu Seung Soo as Chun Jae Bum

Oh Mi Hee as Hyun Myung Jin

Kwon Se In as Park Hoon

Park Ji Yoon as Manager Park

Kang Shin Il as Gong Joon Ho

Lee Kyung Jin as Shim Ae Kyung

Kwon Hae Hyo as Hwang Suk Bong

Kang Rae Yun as Rae Yeon

Song Ji Eun as Ji Eun

Kim Bo Yun (김보연) as Bo Yeon

Jang Woo Young (장우영) as Kim Yeon Nim

Kim Gyu Jin as Gyu Jin

Ahn Jung Hoon as Manager Ahn

Park Hyo Joon as Hyo Joon

Ja Doo (자두) as Ja Doo

Min Joon Hyun as journalist

Danny Ahn as Ki Joon's friend (cameo)

Choi Yoon So as arranged marriage partner (cameo)

Production Credits

Chief Producer:
Jo Nam Kook

Jo Sung Won (조성원)

Kim Soo Ryong, Kwon Hyuk Chan

Kim Ye Ri (김예리)


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PostSubject: Re: Info for Lie To Me   Wed Jun 29, 2011 6:03 am

Episode 16 RECAP

Ki-joon asks why she’s turning down his proposal. Yes, WHY? Ah-jung
says that she loves him, but feels scared, like she’s lost something…
but she doesn’t know what. Is it freedom? The chance to snog a bunch of
men? The right to dance around your room naked?
He promises to wait. She goes to Jeju on a work trip and he sends her off with a watch and a kiss.

She spends a month working and ‘finding herself,’ which mostly
consists of writing in a journal about Ki-joon. I’d be more inclined to
be with you on this type of journey if you, say, had a different career
path you wanted to take, or whatever. But we just spent entire stretches
of drama time fighting for your civil service job that Defines You As A
Person, so I dunno what we’re doing now.
So-ran finds out she’s pregnant, only to come home to find that
Jae-bum’s run out on her. So she comes down to Jeju where the main cast
has assembled, and reunites with her wayward hubby. The foursome go on a
double date at Ki-joon’s request, in an attempt to make Ah-jung wish
she were married too. That might’ve worked with Episode 1 Ah-jung, but
she no longer lives here.

Ki-joon has to make up a thousand excuses to get invited into her
apartment that night, and finally has to drag her in there. Sadly, it’s a
bunch of false starts. Who killed the Libido Fairy up in here?
Dad calls to say that he’s getting married. (What? I thought you did
that last episode.) Ki-joon gets deflated at the thought that Dad is
getting married before he does. But Ah-jung just keeps pushing him away
and away and away…
Ki-joon eventually gives her the engagement necklace and heads back
to Seoul. He asks her to come up to have lunch with his aunt, and says
that if she shows up wearing that necklace, he’ll take it as a sign that
she wants to marry him. Basically, it’s an ultimatum. She frets over
the decision, trying to prepare him for the fact that she might not show

Sure enough, come the day of the lunch, she gets swamped with a work
emergency — an artifact goes missing in the museum. She finally calls
Ki-joon with a curt apology that she can’t make it and his aunt fumes at
being stood up. Ah-jung runs around in a panic until she discovers the
artifact in question, not lost but just misplaced.
She cries, “I’ve found it! I’ve found it!” The curator finds her
weeping and asks, “Is there something other than this that you lost, and
were looking for?”
Wow, that metaphor could sink a battleship. Show, don’t stretch yourself beyond your means. It hurts us more than it hurts you.

Ki-joon comes down to Jeju for a short trip and asks to see her to
hear an explanation. She writes him a letter and takes the necklace out.
She puts the letter in the box and this is what she hands him at the
airport, saying, “This is my answer.” Um… you don’t think he’ll mistake
that as a big fat NO and just toss the box aside?
Which is exactly what he does, of course. Until trusty Park Hoon
finds it the next day and he finally reads it. Ah-jung apologizes for
not being there that day, but tells him that she’s finally found what
she’d lost — her heart. And she’s prepared to run to him now.
He flies down to Jeju the second after he reads it. But the box of
stuff he’s sent to her arrives first — ducks, tomato juice, cola —
memories of their better moments (and the drama’s, sadly). They run to
each other on the beach and profess their love, and in voiceover Ah-jung
tells So-ran that they’re getting married soon, and this time for
Ah-jung: Love came and found us like a lie. And that lie became love.
Ki-joon: And we learned that in a lie, there is sometimes sincerity which is hotter than truth.
HAHAHA. Well, I learned that in a drama, there are sometimes entire
final episodes filled with invented conflict in order to turn a NO into a

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