My first did anyone notice question is that in the beginning of bodyguard there is a blue screen that appears with some korean text words and I wanted to know if anyone knows what it meant?
My second did anyone notice question is that 2 fast 2 furious chase scene with Agent-choi and Yu-jin. I know in danger scence they usually have a stunt double to fill in but it was so funny how agent-choi stunt double was so obvious to me. He went from a tall dark brown hair guy behind the wheel to a dark black little bit long hair person behind the wheel. I am just wondering if anyone else notice too? Well that it for my did anyone notice questions. Have a nice morning, afternoon, and evening.
Happy…..sorry I can’t be of help to your first question because whenever bodyguard comes on I usually miss the first ten minutes of the drama. In addition, you are so right about that stunt double thing because I notice how they hardly showed agent choi’s face and only showed far shots of his back and some up close scene of the car.
Also going off the subject but I didn’t get to catch all of the morning show today because it appears that they started bodyguard a bit earlier than usual. Well from what I saw there was a missing scene with Agent Choi and Sung Su. The scene was just showing that Agent Choi was a bit suspicious and questioning the way Sung su was operating things. Like telling Sung su to call the police and how Na-young didn’t feel Kyung-tak was a treat. Than that’s is where we see the scene of Agent choi closing the door having flash backs of what happen at the airport. Well that’s a bit of the information I got but did anyone else see the re-aired show and were there any other missing scenes.
The screen they show in the beginning, I think, suggests that the show is only for those fifteen years and older. Note the yellow dot with fifteen in the upper right corner.
A while back, KBS decided to put the age ratings for all their shows on screen several times in a show, so you would see these yellow dots with numbers pop up in the corner every so often. Fortunately, they aren't so obtrusive anymore.
I tried to see how much I could get out of the message with my trusty Korean-English dictionary, with very little results. Korean is often written without spaces between words, so after getting the first two words, "This program", I was lost
;DM ACTUALLY I LOGGED ON TO A WEBSITE THAT TAKES CARE OF THIS TV RATING IN KOREA STUFF AND IT SAID THAT THE SHOW BODYGURAD INDEED WAS FOR PEOPLE 15 YRS OR OLDER, AND IT ALSO SAID THAT THE SHOW IS NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYONE WHO MAY TURN VIOLENT DUE TO WATCHING IT. ;D IT'S LIKE OUR VIEWER DESCRETION ADVISDED THING HERE.