[caption id="attachment_13316" align="alignleft" width="358" caption="Jang Dong Gun"][/caption] Remember the lawsuit filed by Lee Byung Hun's ex alleging that when the actor broke up with her she suffered damages-worthy psychological trauma (not to mention her allegations of illegal gambling)? It's been a while since we heard any update in the case, and after Lee's ex, who has since moved to Canada, skipped court dates in April and May, the court ruled that the case was closed on Monday. But wait! It turns out that Kwon Mi Yeon, the woman at the center of it all, was able to file for an extension late Monday--the very last day that she could legally do so. So now everything is back on, with a new trial date set for July 14th. There's been no public comment from Kwon, and Lee's manager has said that he has suffered but remains confident of victory. More from the Road No. 1 press conference last week: star Kim Ha Neul has not been shy in interviews about her admiration of the production and pride in being able to participate, and her remarks to the press were no exception: she says Road has a script that only comes along "once in a decade." And speaking of Kim Ha Neul, she shows off her gorgeous gams in next month's Harper's Bazaar--check out a sneak peek! After her turn as the title being in Air Doll, Bae Doo Na is back to work in Kdrama, having been cast in the weekend drama Gloria. The show is set in a nightclub, with Bae's character playing an orphan who lives with her sister who aspires to become a singer. The show will succeed Dandelion Family later this year. Jang Geun Suk fans will want to read up on his recent Hong Kong fan meeting. It seems like everyone had a great time, and Jang even got a compliment on his "excellent Chinese"! Han Chae Young is said to be in talks with CAA and William Morris agencies to find Hollywood projects for the star, who recently appeared on Boys Over Flowers and A Man Called God. Han grew up in the suburbs of Chicago before making her name in Korea, so there's no language barrier to her success in the States. Jang Dong Gun, who last appeared in a drama in 2000's All About Eve, is said to be very carefully eyeing a drama comeback if he can find time in his schedule... And finally, as if Lee Byung Hun doesn't have enough problems these days, he has 2PM's Taecyeon imitating his IRIS persona on Twitter. Give this guy a break!