Added new stills trailer, poster and press photos for the upcoming Korean movie "The Shameless"
"The Shameless" (2014)Directed by Oh Seung-wookWith Jeon Do-yeon, Kim Nam-gil, Park Seong-woong, Kwak Do-won, Kim Min-jae, Lee Dong-jin,...SynopsisA hard-boiled melodrama about a detective and a woman in a gang organization.FestivalCannes 2015 : Un Certain RegardRelease date in Korea : 2015/05
Trailer released for the upcoming Korean movie "Illusionary Paradise"
"Illusionary Paradise" (2015)Directed by Ha Kang-hunWith Park Myeong-sin, Ryoo Hye-rin, Oh Seong-tae, Lee Yeong-sook-I,...SynopsisJa-yeong(42) gets a message from her husband that he is going to immigrate. Being afraid of not seeing her son again, she escapes from the mental hospital.Cho-hee(17) cannot resist the hospital director"s sexual assault. When she sees a positive result in the pregnancy test, she feels happy rather than afraid about having a family. She escapes from the mental hospital to protect her baby.The two women who succeeded in escaping travel together.Meanwhile, the hospital director hires Hyeon-su, a private detective, to chase them.Ja-yeong and Cho-hee come across various people. When they understand each other, their illusions are broken.Release date in Korea : 2015/04/30
Song Il Gook"s sons prove that they have great appetite once again!
They impress in the BTS video of Duolac, watch below
Raina has collaborated with various artists in the past, especially with rappers such as San E and Troy"s Kanto, rising to becoming one of the top female vocalists to collaborate with. She"s now joining hands with other Brand New Music artists like Verbal Jint and Hanhae for this new upbeat song.
You may not believe it, but it is already the end of the week! Before we go march on chanting, "TGIF, TGIF!" let"s see what happened this past week in the K-Pop world. Surprisingly, a lot more has happened than I thought as it was filled with new controversies, relationship blasts, and SNS brawl between idol and announcer.
Let"s see if you"ve been keeping up with the latest K-Pop news!
Kwanghee and Sixth Man + Fall of Star Empire?
The April 24th episode of tvN"s "Super Daddy Yeol" showed Mi-rae (Lee Yoo-ri) breaking out into tears, when she found out Yeol (Lee Dong-geon) and Sa-rang (Lee Re) became aware of her disease.
Yeol heard from Sa-rang that Mi-rae was sick. He went to see Dr. Shin (Seo Joon-yeong) and heard all the details about her disease. Yeol told Sa-rang, "Let"s help mom get well. Let"s make her to trust us so she can lean on us".
The two appeared in front of Mi-rae in turn and tried to show how much they cared about her. Mi-rae realized they might know something as they acted strangely. She went to see Dr. Shin and asked questions about it.
FNC Entertainment’s project duo featuring AOA‘s Jimin and N.Flying‘s J.Don (formerly known as Seunghyub) has revealed their teaser video for “GOD.”
The song is described as a trap hip-hop track that highlights the “fiery” chemistry between the two, and will be released as a single on April 28. For the track, FNC Entertainment continues their partnership with Brand New Music‘s Rhymer and Assbrass, who produced Jimin and Iron‘s chart-topper “Puss” off the “Unpretty Rapstar” compilation album.
Name: 오수민 / Oh Soo Min
Real name: 오유나 / Oh Yoo Na (Oh Yu Na)
Birthplace: South Korea
Star sign: Aquarius
Blood type: A
Talent agency: Olive9
Hero (OCN, 2012)
I’m Glad I Loved You (KBS2, 2010)
Queen of Reversals (MBC, 2010)
Detective Mr. Lee (tvN, 2008)
The King and I (SBS, 2007)
Hyena (tvN, 2006)
Barefoot Love (SBS, 2006)
Hometown Station (KBS1, 2005)
Beautiful Temptation (KBS1, 2004)
Sharp 1 (KBS2, 2003, cameo)
Age of Warriors (KBS1, 2003)
Sidestreet People (KBS2, 2002)
Tender Hearts (KBS1, 2001)
School 3 (KBS1, 2000)
"Louis Quatorze" dropped a glamourous "music drama" starring the gorgeous ladies of TaeTiSeo! The theme is Michel Foucault"s "Heterotopias," which is not Utopia or Dystopia, but a special space of otherness.
The three of the girls and a hologram-like DJ, Luke Worrall, turn the store into a club scene as the girls change their already gorgeous outfits of red, blue, and purple to matching, glitzy, silvery outfits with, of course, the beautiful "Louis Quatorze" handbags to match.
OCN‘s first “mellow action” drama “My Beautiful Bride” has confirmed its main cast.
Kim Moo Yeol, Lee Si Young, Go Sung Hee, Ryu Seung Soo, and Park Hae Joon have been announced to have joined the cast of the drama.
“My Beautiful Bride” will be a mellow action drama about a man who fights to find his missing fiance. Kim Moo Yeol have been cast in the lead role. The fiance will be portrayed by Go Sung Hee.
"Beanpole" released some new pictures of their models Yoo Yun Suk and Suzy! The two show off their great chemistry and attractive looks as they donned brighter accessories for the warmer seasons.
The visuals are topnotch in this shoot as they show off their tall figures in flattering outfits and accessories that show off dating fashion for the summertime.
Netizens commented, "Suzy and Yoo Yun Suk really look good together," "If Lee Min Ho saw this, he"d get jealous," and, "It"s their third time meeting, so their chemistry stands out."
Wow, “The Girl Who Sees Smells” sure brought its A-game this week with two episodes filled to the brim of detectives playing cat and mouse with their barcode murderer, Chef Kwon Jae Hee (Namgoong Min), plenty of danger, and even more beautifully sweet moments for our OTP, Choi Moo Gak (Park Yoochun) and Oh Cho Rim (Shin Se Kyung).
It is usually my habit to begin compiling my thoughts into words as soon as I finish watching the episodes, but it was a little different this week since I… kind of had to learn how to breathe again. Was I hyperventilating from the detectives’ risky game, shocked by the latest developments in the barcode murder case, stunned by the fierce change in demeanor from our Chef-nim, or suffering from wild heart palpitations from the lovey-dovey MooRim couple’s skinship? Well, I’ll leave that for you to figure out as I slowly come back to my senses.
The results have been announced for MBC"s third season of "I Am a Singer"!
The episode for the finals aired on April 24 with competitors Yangpa, Park Jung Hyun (Lena Park), and Kim Kyung Ho, all amazing singers, of course.
The first round was the duet stage which counted for 30% of the final. In this round, Park Jung Hyun partnered up with Kim Bum Soo for "Some," Yangpa paired up with Ha Hyun Woo for "Red Glow," and Kim Kyung Ho worked with Shin Hyo Bum for "Farewell Story."
You know, when I sat down to watch the first two episodes of Sensory Couple , I had absolutely no intention of writing a review afterwards. I simply wanted to sit down and watch a drama, just for the fun of it, but by the end of the second episode (well, actually about half-way through the first episode) I knew there"d be no way for me to watch this drama and not say anything about it, so here I sit, ready to dive into a drama that has captured my attention and quite possibly my heart. Anyone care to join me? Then let"s go!
At this point in “Angry Mom”, Kang Ja (Kim Hee Sun) knows almost all there is to know about the bad guys’ misdeeds. The only problem is how to make that information public. In a world where all the normal lines of communication are controlled by corrupt politicians and businessmen, this means that Kang Ja still has half the battle ahead of her. Luckily, she has an awesome, expanding team of allies to help her get the job done.
These were my five favorite scenes of “Angry Mom” episode 12:
MC Shin Dong Yup asked, "Is it true? Not too long ago you said, "I never put paddings in with my own two hands,"" grabbing the interest of the male MCs as well as the viewers.
She then clarified, "At a fan meeting, a female fan asked me, "How many pads do I put in?" Honestly I was embarrassed and shy [to answer such a question]. While I was trying to beat around the bush, I just said, "I never really put it in with my hands, but I use the ones that are already embedded inside,"" explaining that she uses bras with push-up paddings instead of the ones you manually insert.
Peaking at number one on two of China"s biggest music sites such as "Yinyuetai" and "Kugou," F.T Island was given the title as the most popular band, one of the three major awards given that night.
Though the group could not be there in person to receive the award, the boys sent a message through a video where they said, "It"s an honor that the music we personally created and performed has been given such a great award. We will try our best to become the band that doesn"t taint the title of the band that represents Asia."
Singer-actor Seo In-guk (pictured left) will team up with Jang Nara, a singer and actress, to star in the new KBS2 drama "Hello Monster" (working title).
The new TV show, which will release its first episode on June 22, is a romantic comedy featuring a genius profiler, played by Seo, and a police officer from a special investigation team, Jang. In the drama, the two will solve crimes together and fall in love in the process.
"Hello Monster" is written by Kwon Ki-yeong, whose previous hit dramas include "Everything About My Relationship" (2013). It is directed by No Sang-hoon, who took the helm of many popular dramas such as "The Queen of Office" (2013) and "Ojak Brothers" (2011-12).
We"re finally seeing good things happen. Cho Rim is starting to recover from the amnesia, and there"s some progress with our OTP. What could be better?
Moo Gak, recuperating from his wounds, helps set a trap for his would-be killer, but it fails. Afterwards, Cho Rim decides to help with Moo Gak"s convalescence, staying at his house with him. Moo Gak pulls her into a kiss, which unnerves her and she leaves. Meanwhile, the cops dig up more info on the killer and begin to be suspicious of Kwon, who is on the verge of figuring out Cho Rim"s real identity. Later, Kwon fixes a favorite childhood dish of hers, which she takes to Moo Gak and they eat it together. As she tastes it, she begins to remember...
Okay, so up to now I"ve been forgiving, but here"s a plot hole big enough to drive that trailer truck through. Due to a special request, a family member"s allowed to access a container that they have already cordoned off for a criminal investigation. The cops already theorized that there"s something in those containers that might incriminate the killer. They"re also suspicious of Chef Kwon. Moo Gak was stabbed in the lot there. So they let just anyone waltz in and retrieve things?
And we finally get the kiss we"ve waited for. But was it the right time? I dunno. The moment was tender enough, but it certainly took Cho Rim by surprise. That wasn"t the reaction I was expecting, and Moo Gak was obviously nonplussed. For a moment, I was hoping something real and lasting was being forged. The leads are wonderful together. This (technically) isn"t their first kiss, and they both like each other, so what"s the problem?
Every time I think I"m being unfair to the cops, labeling them as incompetent, something comes along and proves me right. The container issue was one of them. This episode was a little uneven in that regard. They get inspiration from the weirdest things, which is nice -- it mirrors the weird thought patterns that a real person has, where the unlikeliest things bring about connections that you"d have to see inside someone"s head to understand. But then, they foul up so badly with the container you wonder why they hadn"t gotten fired long ago.
Some of you may remember my Batman comment. Though it was meant in jest, apparently I"m not too far off the mark. Mansion? Check. Secret rooms? Check. Obscenely rich? Check. The only thing Chef Kwon is missing is the flying rodent costume. Why does he have a secret room in his study? What in the world is the justification for that?
"To the batpoles, Robin!"
I"m still loving it, though. I think what saves it (a lot) is the relationship between Moo Gak and Cho Rim. Never a dull moment there, and some of the scenes are too precious. I"m more into them than the barcode murder arc.
But I"ve rambled way too long. What"s going to happen now that she"s starting to remember her past? Will she lose her power as a result? What are you guys thinking?
An old clip of Tao in “Law of the Jungle” has resurfaced in the wake of recent controversy surrounding his possible departure from EXO.
In the episode, Tao sheds tears on the last night of his stint on the show, “I don’t want to go either… But because my fans in China are waiting… I will go, work hard, and come back.”
During the interview with staff, he shares, “To be honest, we are not the ones who have it hardest. It’s the [staff] that are here with us, not resting, who really suffered more than us.”