The Best of Hidden Identity: Episodes 9-10

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What a frustrating two episodes. I think the Nam In Ho storyline goes on for far too long with these two episodes, and I hope for some quick resolution here. Nam In Ho can’t be the only interesting bad guy Ghost has up his sleeve.

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More Behind the Scenes of 49 Days

Episodes 13 and 14 have premiered! While I’m not to sure which episodes these photos came from, it’s sweet to see Bae Soo Bin and Lee Yo Won have a nice camaraderie off screen while being completely antagonistic on screen. Bae Soo Bin is completely endearing himself to me, and while I hate his roles (gosh darn it I wonder if he purposely picks roles where he won’t get the girl!!!), he’s so cool offscreen. I loved the Behind the Scenes clip that followed him around for a day.

In addition, there were photos of Nam Gyu Ri with her onscreen family, Choi Jung Woo and Yoo Ji In. What a sweet couple they make.

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Prosecutor Princess’ Rising Ratings

Anyone following this drama as avidly as I am!?

Prosecutor Princess‘ ratings have been rising in the past two weeks. While it’s still too early to determine its ratings for this week, last week it surpassed Personal Taste (finally!) and snagged second behind Cinderella’s Sister. The reason was supposedly because of the mystery coming out into the open in episode 13, where Ma Sang Tae (played by Choi Jung WooShining Inheritance) revealed his guilty past to Seo In Woo (Park Shi Hoo). The fact that it surpassed Personal Taste is also another reason why more viewers may be tuning in this week.

Plenty of fans have drawn up their own conclusions and hypotheses on what would happen in the last two episodes, airing this week. Most have agreed that Ma Sang Tae, who is also the father of Ma Hye Ri (Kim So Yeon), is not guilty, but is instead lying to cover up for someone else. After all, everyone wants to see the two main leads (In Woo and Hye Ri) get together without such a sordid history behind them. On top of that, the developing second story line between Han Jung Soo and Choi Song Hyun‘s characters have garnered enough interest that fans want them to get married.

All I can say is, it’s about time Prosecutor Princess gets some more attention, because it’s not just rom-com fluff. After all, the writer is So Hyun Kyung, who last wrote Shining Inheritance before this, and we all know how popular and well-made that one was right?

sources: soompi, parkshihoo.com