Thursday, November 8, 2018

“Running Man” Korean Singer Lee Chae-Yon Topbills Korean Horror “Mongdal”

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"RUNNING MAN" KOREAN SINGER LEE CHAE-YON TOPBILLS KOREAN HORROR "MONGDAL"

 

Lee Chae-Yeon, from the hit Korean variety show "Running Man," stars in "Mongdal," the final offering of the first season of HBO's horror anthology, "Folklore."

 

In "Mongdal," Chae-Yeon plays Ok-Bin, a loving mother and a strict school principal to her son, Dong-Joo, who has anger management issues. Knowing her son's situation, she tries to understand his moods and gives in to his demands.

 

All is well for the two until her son falls deeply in love with the new girl in school. He is determined to get the girl - even if it is against her will. 

 

Up to what extent will Ok-Bin do in order to make her son happy? What is the significance of the bachelor ghost or popularly known as a Mongdal in the story? 

 

Lee Chae-Yeon was the episode's director Lee Sang-Woo's only choice for the leading role because he saw in her the star quality that set her apart from the other actresses in their initial choices. 

 

Episodes are helmed by different directors from various Asian countries, and are filmed in the local language of the country that the episode is based in.

 

Watch "Mongdal" on November 10, 10PM on HBO Ch. 54 SD/Ch. 168 HD (For Metro Manila, Cavite, Laguna, Bulacan, Lipa-Batangas) or on Ch. 402 SD/710 HD (For Bacolod, Baguio, Cebu, Davao, Dumaguete, General Santos, Iloilo). SKYdirect subscribers can watch on Ch. 22 HD. It is also available for streaming on HBO GO which is exclusively available to SKY subscribers. To subscribe, call 418-0000 or your local SKY office or visit www.mysky.com.ph.

 

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