Actor Ji Chang-wook, 28, will star in the popular Chinese entertainment show, "Happy Camp".
According to the Chinese media, China Youth Network on April 27th, Ji Chang-wook will star in "Happy Camp" as a special guest.
According to the report, Ji Chang-wook will participate in the filming for the show in Changsha, China on April 28th. This is his first time appearance in a Chinese entertainment show.
Prior to the reporting, Ji Chang-wook posted on his Chinese SNS, Weibo on April 27th, "Arrived Changsha city, Hunan, China! Glad to see you! Good night!" along with a video clip of himself. This raised the level of expectation among the local fans in China.
SAN E - THE BOY WHO CRIED WOLF
2. She"s (feat. Jung In)
3. On Top of Your Head (feat. MC GREE)
4. Using You (feat. Joe Rhee)
5. I Deserve It (feat. Jessi, illinit, i11evn)
6. Feeling Good Now (feat. Yang Dong Geun, Don Mills)
7. Me You (feat. Baek Ye Rin Of 15&)
8. $$o Dope (feat. Vasco, C Jamm)
9. I Wanted to Succeed
Originally signed with JYP Entertainment, rapper San E left the company in 2013, cranking out two mini-albums and a string of accessible and successful singles. Now, he"s dropped his first full-length album, "The Boy Who Cried Wolf."
The standout track on here is "Me You," with Baek Ye Rin of 15&. I liked this before it hit all-kill status, and I thought it to be quite good. I"ve raved previously about Ye Rin"s vocal abilities, particularly on 15&"s debut release. "Me You" is the odd bird on this album, standing out like a goldfish in a bowl of punch.
The rest of the album is less than stellar. My problem is that nearly every song on here is just dreary. Either he"s going through the motions or he"s trying to tell an emotional story in a depressed tone. His normally sharp timbre is practically monotone, and his flow is uneven. There is little beat, sometimes odd vocal choices as accompaniment, and almost no instrumentation. Why am I not going through this LP track by track? That"s the reason. Each song suffers from the exact same flaws.
To prove my point, listen to any of the tracks on the album and compare it to the other singles he"s released. "Tasty San" was a heckuva lot of fun and the video was hilarious. Previous songs such as "Break Up Dinner," "Body Language," and "Story of Someone I Know" are all good tunes. They all have sick beats, at least a stab at a melody, great hooks, and they quite frankly pop. "The Boy Who Cried Wolf" seems to lack any of the essential qualities that make those tracks great and, indeed, eschews them entirely. As always, YMMV.
When I first downloaded this, I was pretty stoked. I was hoping for tracks like the ones I mentioned, as well as something similar to "A Midsummer Night"s Sweetness," the song he did with Raina from After School. It makes no sense to me because the artists he collaborates with on this disc are top-notch talent. I was let down by this tepid release. Here"s hoping for a stronger comeback next album!
In the following interview, UEE shared her candid feelings about her completed drama, "Hogu"s Love". She said, "As the drama dealt with such sensitive subjects as unmarried single mom and rape, I wanted to do it even better" and "I was mad with the reality that the victims, who should be protected for sure, are being criticized. I hope this drama provides people with a small opportunity to think again about the hurt women".
She also talked about herself saying, "Unlike my public cold image, like a rose with thorns, I"m actually goofy and used to get scolded many times on the set for being loud".
Welcome to Best of Weekly Music Shows! EXID picked up their first and second wins for “Ah Yeah” on SBS The Show and Inkigayo. Exo won on MBC Show Champion, Show! Music Core, and KBS Music Bank. Mnet aired a special M! Countdown KCON 2015 in Japan. There were a bunch of comebacks with Uniq, Park Boram, Hotshot, Mr.Mr, A.cian, Fromm, Rubber Soul, Gavy NJ and So Yumi all making returns to the stage. Oh My Girl made their debut this week with “Cupid.” Here are my picks for the week, but please feel free to include yours in the comments below!
“Who Are You – School 2015″ stars, Kim So-hyeon-I and Nam Joo-hyeok appeal to viewers not to miss premier
On April 27th, actress Kim So-hyeon-I posted on her Twitter account, "KBS" new Monday & Tuesday drama, "Who Are You - School 2015" will air its first episode at 10 tonight! Please watch!" along with a photo of herself and her co-star, Nam Joo-hyeok.
In the photo, Kim So-hyeon-I and Nam Joo-hyeok look adorable together. Netizens said, "I"m watching it now", "It"s fun. It"s different and fun than the previous sequel", "You two look great together, Nam Joo-hyeok, you"re cute", "Playing double role, excellent", "Kim So-hyeon-I, I"m always rooting for you, fighting", and so on.
SISTAR"s Bora gets to try her hand in acting once again! She first acted in "Doctor Stranger" on SBS, but will now be taking on the lead through a web drama.
On April 27, her agency, Starship Entertainment, revealed, "Bora will be playing Bong Hee, the captain of a judo team, in web drama, "Suck Up.""
The drama, based on a web toon of the same name, will center on troublemaking returning students of Pungnang High School with Kwak Dong Yeon playing the male lead opposite Bora. Others planning to appear are F.T Island"s Jaejin and actress Bae Seul Gi!
The boys of EXO continue to kill it as the spokemodels for German luxury fashion brand MCM.
Following their adorable, boy-next-door Valentine’s Day campaign, EXO shifts gears and goes sci-fi for MCM’s new BIONIC SERIES.
The first teaser is reminiscent of the mysterious video EXO released late last year announcing their 2015 comeback. No EXO members appear, only metallic geometric objects. But one commenter on the video puts it best, “You realize you have fallen for exo hard when you appreciate 11seconds of nothing.”
Following a teaser of a collaboration between their longtime spokesmodel f(x)’s Krystal and rapper Beenzino, contemporary cosmetics brand Etude House released on April 27 “Pearl,” the full new music video CF for their Precious Mineral Any Cushion.
While an unlikely pair, Krystal and Beenzino make quite the visual couple and showcase great chemistry. The video opens with Beenzino struggling to come up with verses at a cafe when he spots Krystal and her friends walking by. Instantly, his writer’s block is cured as she becomes his muse, and he croons about Krystal’s beauty and wanting to be her man.
You will want to watch and listen to this video of JYJ‘s Junsu as L in the musical adaptation of “Death Note.”
Starring top musical actors Hong Kwang Ho, JYJ’s Junsu, Jeong SunA,Park Hye Na, and Kang Hong Suk, “Death Note” is an adaptation of the hit manga series of the same name by Takeshi Obata about a young man who discovers a book, the Death Note, that kills anyone whose name is written in it.
[Spoiler] “Who Are You – School 2015″ Kim So-hyeon-I”s two identities, bullied victim vs the popular one
Actress Kim So-hyeon-I portrayed the two characters, who live the two extremely different lives.
The first episode of KBS 2TV"s Monday & Tuesday drama, "Who Are You - School 2015", which was aired on April 27th, it showed the contrasted lives by Lee Eun-bi (Kim So-hyeon-I) attending Nuri Girls" High school in Tonyeong, Gyeongnam and Go Eun-byeol (Kim So-hyeon-I) attending Segang High school, Gangnam, Seoul.
Lee Eun-bi was a bullied victim. She just maintained her positive attitudes even through the endless bullying by the students at her school, which made those watching feeling sorry for her.
On the 5th episode of MBC"s Monday & Tuesday drama, "Splendid Politics", it showed Princess Jeongmyeong (Jeong Chan-bi) escaping from the palace to survive.
On this day, as Queen Inmok (Sin Eun-jeong) recollected Gyeok-am"s prophecy, "She will be entitled to a higher place as far as she is alive", she decided to hide Princess Jeongmyeong. While Gyeok-am"s prophecy book was found and the Northern faction was eying on Grand Prince Yeongchang (Jeon Jin-seo), Queen Inmok used the timing to hide Princess Jeongmyeong.
Actors who finish up their mandatory two-year military term sometimes take up to a year to rest and consider what they want to do next in their career. Not Song Joong Ki.
The actor will be discharged from the military on May 26 and probably only have a week off before he starts filming his next project.
He is due to appear in the KBS TV production of "Descendants of the Sun" which has been waiting for his discharge to begin shooting. After a week"s break from military service he will start playing the part of a Special Forces officer during the Vietnam War.
On the 19th episode of "Heard It Through Grapevine", Han Jeong-ho (Yoo Joon-sang)"s two women, Choi Yeon-hee (Yoo Ho-jeong) and Ji Yeong-ra (Baek Ji-yeon) met.
Han Jeong-ho"s wife Choi Yeon-hee and the woman in his heart, Ji Yeong-ra. Han Jeong-ho planned to meet each woman on the same day. However his schedule was mixed up due to his secretary"s mistake and the time and place for two dates ended up overlapping each other.
Han Jeong-ho and his secretary team tried hard to avoid the encounter between the two. However, Ji Yeong-ra, who noticed the mix-up, decided to enjoy the situation. As the result, Choi Yeon-hee and Ji Yeong-ra encountered each other.
It appears as though Korea might be the backdrop for many foreign films going forward.
As highlighted in a recent SBS News report, the Korean government is heavily supporting the production of foreign films on its soil, providing both logistic and monetary support to foreign film companies. For the filming of “Avengers 2,” which spanned two weeks in the Spring of last year, the government closed a major bridge in Seoul for an entire day. In addition, production companies of films shot in the country are eligible to receive back 30 percent of the money they spend domestically. In the case of “Avengers 2,” this compensation totals around 2.8 million dollars.
AOA‘s Jimin and J.Don (N.Flying‘s Seunghyub) have officially kicked off FNC Entertainment’s new collaboration series, N Project, by dropping the single “GOD.”
Continuing with the sultry feel of the teasers, the music video shows Jimin and J.Don transform into charismatic hip-hop royalty. The video goes perfectly together with their unique voices and the strong and catchy hip-hop beat produced by Brand New Music‘s very own Rhymer and Assbrass, who also created Jimin’s previous hit “Puss.”
The collaboration project “FEEDBACK” between SISTAR’s Bora and “Unpretty Rapstar” Kisum, Lil Cham, Jace, and rapper Adoonga released the official music video through Starship Entertainment‘s YouTube channel.
“FEEDBACK,” which was written by the leader of Brand New Music, Rhymer,along with the hot and new producer Lish, is a hip hop song that discusses the honest ways a modern day girl shows her love. The four women each send their message of warning to a daring man who says, “Show me how you react.”
The newest girl group to debut this Spring, Oh My Girl, has followed in the footsteps of many new groups by pursing the cute concept in its debut track “Cupid”. The group is made up of 8 members, with each boasting talent and good looks. However, will this debut stand out from the rest?
Coming from the company WM Entertainment, that bought us the quirky and fun B1A4, Oh My Girl seems to have taken a similar debut route by pursing a cute but funny concept. They even rehash a similar colourful street set that has been seen in many of B1A4’s MV’s. This doesn’t mean that Oh My Girl is just a female version of B1A4, even if they have been presented as a sister group. While B1A4 was more quirky cute, Oh My Girl seems to have gone the more traditional route by basing its cute concept on innocence.
Girl group SISTAR‘s Bora has been chosen as the female lead for an upcoming web drama entitled “Flatterer.”
According to reports, she will be taking on the role of Bong Hee, a judo team leader, and have a crush on Park Gun, the character played by actor Kwak Dong Yeon.
Based on a webtoon of the same name, “Flatterer” revolves around Park Gun who attends a high school full of troublemakers and former dropouts.
When a billboard showing Lee Byung Hun and Sean “Diddy” Combs appeared over a bar on Hollywood Boulevard, many media outlets assumed it was an ad for an actual upcoming sequel in the “Rush Hour” series that previously starred Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker. However, it turns out the ad was just part of the set-up for a funny “Funny or Die” parody video.
While it would not be surprising for Lee Byung Hun to be cast in another Hollywood film, following his appearance in “G.I. Joe: Retaliation,” “Red” and the upcoming films “Terminator Genysis” and "Beyond Decit," not everyone was convinced the billboard was for real. The online publication The Daily Beast, suspected that rapper, actor and entrepreneur Combs was creating another parody to follow his recent funny “Downton Diddy” video.
On an upcoming episode of quiz program “1 vs. 100,” ZE:A‘s Kwanghee reveals that Star Empire has finally provided him with a private van.
During an interview with the MC, Kwanghee shares that not all ZE:A members are treated the same. “Siwan and Hyungsik, who used to shoot dramas, had their own minivans,” he talks about the benefits of being one of the more busy members.