Starts from M asking – are you KJ? D comes in and calls out his name.M cries and says: are you really KJ? KJ ah. She hugs K. suddenly shefaints so K carries her to his bed. D says she must have gotten hurt andwas shocked. she looks at the wound and says look at the blood. shemust have been scratched by the glass. thank goodness it doesnt lookserious huh? K says I cant look at blood. I will go buy medicine so takecare of M
CS tries to call M but she isnt picking up. maybe I should have gone with her.
F.T Island will be dropping a special edition of fifth album "I Will" on April 6 and premiering their new reality program soon!
According to FNC Entertainment, "The "I Will" special album will have the original eleven tracks as well as a 160-page photo shoot. The photo shoot took place in Paris, France last January, and as the exotic scenery is mixed in with F.T Island"s carefree charms, the holding value has increased." 160 pages of eye candy for fans? Yes, please.
2NE1 member Sandra Park is showing her acting skills through her role in the newly released Korean-Chinese web drama “Dr. Ian.”
The drama features Sandra Park as the quirky female patient of a psychiatrist, played by Kim Young Kwang, and portrays their ensuing relationship. This is Sandra Park’s first role in a drama, though she had previously made a cameo in SBS‘s “My Love From the Stars.” With the lead female role in the drama, the singer is taking on an entirely new challenge. But despite being a newcomer to the drama world, she showed audiences her natural acting skills and on-screen charisma in the show’s first episode.
XIA Junsu’s third solo album “FLOWER” has been in first place on a music chart for 17 days straight and counting.
On March 31, Junsu’s management agency C-JeS Entertainment said, “XIA’s third solo album ‘FLOWER’ is continuing to have a long run on the music charts. Even after almost a month after the album release, it is still growing in popularity, recording first place for 17 days and counting on music site Bugs’ ‘Album Top 100’ chart and first place on the weekly chart for two weeks straight.”
"Angry Mom" actor Ji Soo received a surprise birthday gift.
On March 31st, Ji Soo"s agency, Prain TPC revealed some photos from his birthday party held on the filming set of MBC"s "Angry Mom".
In the revealed photos, Ji Soo looks delighted holding his birthday cake with two hands. He also was being goofy using a black bucket as his birthday hat. His playful gestures brought such warmth to the filming set.
His bright smiles and sweet eyes were contrary to those of his dominant and charismatic character in the drama.
Until recently k-drama moms tended to fall into two categories. There was the sweet self-sacrificing mom like Park Shin Hye"s mom in "The Heirs" or Han Ji Min"s mom in "Rooftop Prince." They worked hard and always placed the welfare of their children ahead of themselves. But in many ways they were powerless.
Then there were the terrible moms, who were very often powerful and rich. Lee Min Ho"s mom in "Boys Over Flowers" was not content just to warn Gu Hye Sun"s character not to date her son, she had to destroy the girl"s family. And what about Hyun Bin"s mom in "Secret Garden?" She barges into Ha Ji Won"s house to shrilly berate her for liking her son. And Km Jaejoong"s mom in "Protect The Boss" is pretty horrible too. She cannot stop making trouble and scheming no matter who she hurts.
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The controversy involving Yewon and Lee Tae Im is not limited to those two but having an affect on everything around them, as well.
A rep from JTBC revealed to Star News on March 30 that the episode of "Our Home" was one of the things being affected due to participant Yewon. The rep stated, "Because there"s an issue with one of our participants, the episode of "Our Home" for today has been canceled. At 12:30 AM, which is always when "Our Home" aired, "Dating Alone" will be broadcasted instead."
miss A - "COLORS"
1. One Step
2. Only You
3. Love Song
5. I Caught Ya
It"s been over a year since "Hush" was released and now, the girls of miss A are involved in a serious comeback. They"ve started a reality TV series, there"s now an official fan cafe, and they"ve dropped their 3rd mini-album, "Colors." It"s clearly an exciting time to be a fan!
The disc starts with "One Step," a sensual tune with a steady beat. It"s also a bit naughty. The girls are saying they want more than just a one-night stand. At first I was puzzled why you would want to open with this, a funky jazz-inspired piece, and not something more exciting and immediate. But after I listened to the whole thing, I realized that it sets the tone for the whole album. It"s a sleek, pretty song.
"Only You" is a great song to do promotions with. It has an exuberant, danceable beat, and has sweet repetitive hooks like "no other guy but you." Soulful vocals that blend into beautiful choruses, a unique opening with squelching synths and impertinent horns, what"s not to love about this?
"Love Song" appears to be their foray into trap, if the press around this album can be believed. The break is a minimalist synth violin played to the same melody, rather than the traditional bass tones of a dubstep break. It"s an interesting experiment, and I think it works well, but...it didn"t sound like trap to my ears. At least it"s not some tacked-on dubstep, and it fits nicely with the rest of the song. Silky harmonies help round out the song. I don"t have to spell out what the song"s about, right?
A chanted intro starts the next track, "Melting." The chants pop up again mid-tune. It"s smooth, but in a different way than "One Step." This song has all the elements mixed right, the nonsense "nanananas" and the frequent lyrics "like I"m melting, I feel so good" used as a hook. By the numbers or not, it"s soothing and invigorating all at once.
"I Caught Ya" is a rocker. While not a "pure" hard rock song, it still uses a fuzzy synth guitar and a fierce singer to make its point. The girls are angry that they"ve caught their man cheating. There"s some tooting brass in the beginning that gives this a great, bubbly, non-serious feel. Regardless of the tone of the lyrics, I can well imagine them smiling while performing this.
"Stuck" is a mid-tempo song with piano and a hint of horns and snaps. There"s a sort of throwback feel to this song, but I can"t place it exactly. But it"s defiant and swingy, the lyrics fairly detailed but never going further than a kiss. It suggests a Memphis Horns-jazz-blues fusion and is a nice finishing piece to the album. The only place where this song is "Stuck" is in my head.
I like this album, and I think it stands up easily next to their other releases, and even surpasses them at times. It"s never subtle, but I don"t think that was the point. This EP really comes to life the moment you give it a spin and never lets you down from the beginning. Even more experimental tracks like "Love Song" didn"t annoy me or feel uneven, and that is unusual in itself. It"s more of a fall release than a spring one, and there are few surprises on here, but that doesn"t detract from the feel or the quality. This is a strong comeback. miss A fighting!
This MV appears to be the idealized fantasy of what a guy imagines it"s like when girls are getting made up for a night on the town. Of course, no one imagines that they"d get together and start dancing during the chorus, either.
The scene progresses where, during the daytime, they"re walking along the street, dressed exactly the same way you wouldn"t be out in the public eye. And again, the girls gather together for the chorus/dancing.
The obligatory club scene is at the end, where all the crazy costuming is right at home and made for dancing. Cue the chorus again, cue the girls singing and dancing together.
What"s interesting is all of this is not as overt as it could be, and it looks like a heckuva lot of fun. The come hither looks are absent, and there"s more matter-of-fact and I"m-having-fun types of singing. It"s reasonably classy and not trashy, despite the barely-there outfits. It"s not classy in the same way, say, a dinner party might be, and their outfits are not glamorous in that way, and it"s more dialed down than other MVs. There"s no butt action, there"s no stripping, but there"s no real plot, either.
Overall, I feel more comfortable with the MV than the teaser photos. Those felt like someone stuck a nanny cam in their bedroom and started snapping away. Can you get much creepier than that?
Married to a great song, the MV is fun to watch. Like the album, there are no real surprises here. It"s not high art, like Xia"s "Flower," but it"s not entirely a "look at me I"m sexy" video, either. The girls are not self-conscious in this MV, and there"s no pointing out naughty body parts or any of that nonsense. It has more in common with T-ara"s "Why Are You Being Like This?" and similar MVs. It"s not a must-see, but it"s not bad either. When I did this review, it had more than 2.7 million views. I enjoyed watching, and apparently I"m not alone.
In March 30′s episode of “Healing Camp,” singer-songwriter Lee Moon Se talks about his struggles with thyroid cancer.
He reveals that he was diagnosed with thyroid cancer eight years ago, but was able to have the tumor removed with a simple surgery. However, the cancer recurred last year, and he had to undergo a second surgery.
Lee Moon Se says that the surgery was very risky because the tumor was located close to his vocal cords. In order to avoid damaging them, his surgeons did not remove all of the tumor and therefore some of it still remains. He made this decision so that he could continue to sing. If he had not, the surgeons would have had to scrape at his vocal cords to remove the tumor, and he could have lost his voice. He is currently undergoing radiation treatment.
Soul Shop Entertainment has released the CCTV video of the cursing incident mentioned in their recent statement, which claimed that singer Kil Gun made threats to the company and that her inappropriate behavior made it difficult to continue having her on the label.
On March 31, the day of Kil Gun’s press conference, Soul Shop released audio-less footage of an interaction between Kil Gun and Kim Tae Woo in the studio. In the beginning of the one minute and 42 minute-long clip, the two are having a calm conversation. However, things escalate quickly as Kil Gun seems to get upset. She talks more animatedly and throws a cellphone and later a water bottle.
Hello Singapore Soompiers!
The latest movie “Ode To My Father” which was the second most-viewed film in Korea last year will be coming to a theater near you starting April 16! Check out the synopsis below.
In December 1950, Hungnam Port is crowded with refugees of the Korean War. Amid the chaos, 12-year-old Duk Soo (Hwang Jung Min) sees his fate change in the blink of an eye when his hand slips and he loses track of his youngest sister, of whom he promised to never let go. Leaving behind his father who stayed to search for her, Duk Soo and other family members make their escape to Busan and settle down in its bustling Gukje Market, waiting for the rest of the family to come.
The obnoxious narrative dip into melodrama "Hogu"s Love" has taken over the last several episodes is justified here by...another narrative dip into melodrama that"s supposed to explain Do-hee"s motivation, but really just served to remind me how she"s a complete cipher. For a character to behave irrationally isn"t necessarily bad- there"s irrational people in real life too. But these problems exist on a basic scriptwriting level too, and mainly just emphasize the way this story is deliberately designed to serve a certain point. That point being that rape babies are a gift from god.
The sun is shining, the birds are singing, and flowers are in bloom! Spring has officially sprung, and what better way to celebrate the changing of the seasons than with a good o’ K-drama? When you’re a little tired of all that warmth and sunshine, or if you have pollen allergies like I do, and just want to be indoors, don’t fret over being bored. The upcoming April K-drama selection has got you covered!
“The Girl Who Sees Smells”April 1 – Wednesdays and Thursdays on SBS
Formerly known as “Sensory Couple,” albeit, rather briefly, starts off the month and no, the title isn’t an April Fool’s trick! Based on a web comic of the same name, “The Girl Who Sees Smells” stars Park Yoochun as Choi Moo Gak as a detective who has lost some of his senses (like taste, smell, but also lives with general numbness) due to being a victim in a murder crime three years prior, called the “Barcode Murder Case.” But Moo Gak lost more than his senses in that incident, as his younger sister Eun Seol (Kim So Hyun) is believed to have died in the incident. Enter Oh Cho Rim (Shin Se Kyung), the sole witness to the murder case. As Moo Gak investigates the case further, he will need Cho Rim’s help, but she’s lost her memory of the incident and has become a girl who can see smells.
Ever wondered how the Running Man cast looked back in their 20s? In the latest episodes, unseen photos of the entertainers were revealed.
The latest episode of SBS Running Man aired on March 29th and featured the stars of the film Twenty, including actors Kim Woo Bin, Kim Ha Neul, and 2PM‘s Junho. On the show, rare photos of each regular cast members of Running Man had old photos published alongside their current appearances, and the difference from then and now is amazing.
If you’re a fan of SM Entertainment, this incredibly entertaining music (dance?) video is an absolute must-watch.
SM unveiled the music video for Super Junior-D&E‘s “Can You Feel It?” on March 31. While it might not have been produced with the biggest budget ever, the video makes up for the lack of funding with tons of awesome guest appearances and dorky dance moves.
If you want to see BoA, TVXQ, Super Junior, EXO, Girls’ Generation, f(x), SHINee, and Red Velvet dance their hearts out to the addictive beat, go ahead and watch the video below!
Back on March 25, fans were rejoicing when EXO"s Baekhyun finally posted on his Instagram after a long hiatus from the SNS platform. Looks like Girls" Generation"s Tiffany was just as excited since on March 31, she followed her fellow SM labelmate.
Seems pretty normal right? A co-worker/friend following a fellow co-worker/friend. Some appear to think otherwise, however, as fans are flooding Tiffany"s Instagram posts with comments asking why she would follow the EXO member in the first place.
After keeping fans waiting for a really long time, EXO finally unveiled its music video for Call Me Baby.
The music video for Call Me Baby was released on March 31, opening up in a car garage where the EXO members gathered one by one to put on an exciting dance performance.
EXO released its album EXODUS on March 30. EXO will begin promotions on April 2 through Mnet′s M COUNTDOWN
Watch the Korean and Chinese versions below!
Photo Credit: SM Entertainment
Welcome to this week"s Get That K-pop Look, where we showcase an original K-Pop outfit and give you tips on putting together your own similarly styled, affordable outfit.
An outfit NS Yoon-G wears in her new "Wifey" video is a just-tough-enough embellished jean and tank top combo that could be worn anywhere from a rock concert to a low-key Saturday night at a friend"s. "Wifey" has a modern sound amidst an old-school hip hop vibe, and that"s exactly the realness this outfit serves up.
There are lots of reasons that actress and miss A singer Suzy may have decided to date Lee Min Ho. He"s handsome and talented for a start. And she has admitted to being a fan of his drama "City Hunter."
But Suzy offered another reason when she appeared on the March 28 edition of the KBS program "Happy Together 3." It was the first time she shared any details about their relationship and her words revealed another side of the popular Hallyu star.