Posts from the ‘Flames of Ambition’ Category

Screencaps and Behind-the-Scenes pictures of Yoo Seung Ho on ‘Flames of Ambition’

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Those clothes don’t suit Yoo Seung-ho?

Viewers are asking, “Why are they wearing that?” to their national dongsaengs (little brother and sister), Yoo Seung-ho and Moon Geun-young, questioning the style choices in their respective dramas, “Flames of Amibition” and “Mary Stayed Out All Night.”

Drama fans are a little upset with their national dongsaengs‘ style choices lately. Frankly speaking, netizens agree with the style but wonder why the clothes don’t look like they fit right. Fans are saying,

“Their faces look too young for the clothes they’re wearing.”

In “Flames of AmbitionYoo Seung-ho switched over to an older style with slimming and feminine cuts, but many believe that it looks like a young guy wearing clothes that are too old for him, not only seeming awkward but also make him seem short.

Fan girls believe young and casual or young and rebel styles fit the young actor best. What do you think?

It seems as though the stylist is just buying stylish clothing without first considering the cute guy that’ll be wearing it.

 

SOURCE: POPSEOUL

Restrictions imposed on five dramas including ‘Flames of Ambition’ for unethical content

A total of five dramas have received a warning from the Korea Communications Standards Commission

A general meeting was held on November 24th in order to impose restrictions against six different dramas from public broadcast and cable channels. The programs that received sanctions are MBC’s “Flames of Ambition,” “The Scarlet Letter,” SBS’s “Giant,” “CulTwo Show,” and KNN’s “Chase Scene Siren.”

“Flames of Ambition” received warnings for excessive scenes of violence, a scene with a hit-and-run, and other unethical content such as characters persuading others to rape the protagonist’s sister. The drama features stimulating scenes such as gangsters slapping and kicking Na Young (Shim Eun Kyung), Na Young asking neighborhood teens to rape her sister in order to become the new daughter-in-law of a wealthy family, and Na Young hitting her son’s birth mother with her car and running away.

“The Scarlet Letter” and “Giant” both received warnings for excessive scenes of violence and the broadcast of unethical content, while “Cultwo Show” was warned for vulgar language and the use of informal speech.

Source: Osen via Nate

SOURCE: ALLKPOP

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