‘Fated to Love You’ Jang Hyuk leaves Jang Na Ra

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MBC drama "Fated to Love You" actor Jang Hyuk hid his true feelings for actress Jang Na Ra and let her go.

On the most recent episode of the MBC drama "Fated to Love You" which aired on August 28, 2014, Kim Mi Young, played by actress Jang Na Ra, and Lee Gun, played by actor Jang Hyuk, who is her ex husband, saw each other at Kim Mi Young"s painting room. Kim Mi Young asked Lee Gun what he was going there, and she realized that he had bought the candy painting she had on sale. Lee Gun said, "You have not changed a bit for the past three years. Why are you still acting like such an innocent fool?" and made Kim Mi Young angry. In related news, the new MBC romantic comedy drama "Fated to Love You" tells a story of a naïve girl named Kim Mi Young, played by actress Jang Na Ra, who is at times too nice, and her destined love with Lee Gun, played by actor Jang Hyuyk, whose position as a heir is being threatened

‘Gunman in Josun’ Nam Sang Mi cries in front of Lee Joon Ki

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The KBS 2 TV Wednesday Thursday drama "Gunman in Josun" Park Yoon Kang (Lee Joon Ki) left Jung Soo In (Nam Sang Mi), making her cry. On the most recent episode of the KBS 2 TV Wednesday Thursday drama "Gunman in Josun," which aired on August 27, 2014, Jung Soo In (Nam Sang Mi) realized that Park Yoon Kang (Lee Joon Ki) is leaving him, and cried out of fear and sadness. On this day"s episode, Jung Soo In asked Park Yoon Kang if he had to leave. Park Yoon Kang said, "I am so sorry, but I can"t stop here. I need to end things with Choi Won Shin in any way. But it would not last too long." In related news, the KBS 2 TV Wednesday Thursday drama "Gunman in Josun" tells a story of a last samurai of the Josun dynasty, who becomes a heroic gunman who cares for the poor. Actors Lee Joon Ki, Nam Sang Mi, Jung Hye Bin, Yoo Oh Sung and Han Joo Wan star in the drama

‘Fated to Love You’ Jang Hyuk cries inside leaving Jang Na Ra

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MBC drama "Fated to Love You" actor Jang Hyuk hid his true feelings for actress Jang Na Ra and let her go.

On the most recent episode of the MBC drama "Fated to Love You" which aired on August 28, 2014, Kim Mi Young, played by actress Jang Na Ra, and Lee Gun, played by actor Jang Hyuk, who is her ex husband, saw each other at Kim Mi Young"s painting room. Kim Mi Young asked Lee Gun what he was going there, and she realized that he had bought the candy painting she had on sale. Lee Gun said, "You have not changed a bit for the past three years. Why are you still acting like such an innocent fool?" and made Kim Mi Young angry. Kim Mi Young told him to leave her painting room, and Lee Gun left, handing back the painting to her. However, when he stepped outside, he made sad faces and sat down on the stairs

Gong Hyo Jin covers fashion magazine Elle

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Actress Gong Hyo Jin covered the September issue of the fashion magazine Elle. Actress Gong Hyo Jin in the magazine wore the designer brand 2econd floor and showed off her chic yet charming sides. She wore a sparkling top and matched it with black shorts, showing off her modern, feminine looks. in related news, actress Gong Hyo Jin stars in the SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love," which tells a story of "romantic mental clinic" between a mysterious detective novelist who is at times romantic, played by Jo In Sung, and a psychiatrist, played by Gong Hyo Jin. Actors Jo In Sung, Gong Hyo Jin, Sung Dong Il, Lee Kwang Soo, and D. O. (Do Kyung Soo) of EXO are going to star in the drama.

‘Fated To Love You’ and ‘The Joseon Gunman’ Tie For First Place

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It"s unusual when there is a tie in the ratings for first place but that"s what happened this week. The romantic comedy about a destined love and the historical drama about a swordfighter who takes up a gun were tied for first place among viewers.

"The Joseon Gunman" and "Fated To Love You" each netted 11.5 percent in the Nielsen ratings. "The Joseon Gunman," starring Lee Jun Ki and Nam Sang Mi, has been in first place for a while, but "Fated To Love You" has slowly been catching up. This week "The Joseon Gunman" rose slightly with a bump up from 10.8 percent. The jump was bigger for "Fated To Love You" as it rose from 9.9 percent.

The comedy started out on a silly note with some slapstick-bizarre plot twists but then settled into a touching and heart-wrenching romance about two people meant to unite despite the odds

Secret to the paintings in ‘Fated to Love You’

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The production team of the MBC drama "Fated to Love You" shared yesterday that all of the paintings in the drama are drawn and painted by artist Yoo Dae Young. The production team of the MBC drama "Fated to Love You" shared with the fans that all of the visuals supposedly created by the genius artist Daniel (Choi Jin Hyuk) in the drama are actually works of visual artist Yoo Dae Young. In related news, the new MBC romantic comedy drama "Fated to Love You" tells a story of a naïve girl named Kim Mi Young, played by actress Jang Na Ra, who is at times too nice, and her destined love with Lee Gun, played by actor Jang Hyuyk, whose position as a heir is being threatened. The drama airs every Wednesday and Thursday. 

 

 

‘It's Okay, That's Love’ Jo In Sung and Gong Hyo Jin go on a date

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Production team of the popular SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love," which tells a story of a detective novelist and psychiatrist, shared pictures of the two main characters. Yesterday, the production team of the SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love" shared pictures of the detective novelist Jang Jae Yeol, played by actor Jo In Sung, and psychiatrist Ji Hae Soo, played by actress Gong Hyo Jin, on its official website. In the pictures, Jang Jae Yeol and Ji Hae Soo played in the front yard of their house with their friend Park Soo Kwang. The SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love" tells a story of "romantic mental clinic" between a mysterious detective novelist who is at times romantic, played by Jo In Sung, and a psychiatrist, played by Gong Hyo Jin. Actors Jo In Sung, Gong Hyo Jin, Sung Dong Il, Lee Kwang Soo, and D

‘It's Okay, That's Love’ Gong Hyo Jin and Jo In Sung fight

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The romantic comedy SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love" actress Gong Hyo Jin and actor Jo In Sung fought while recording his radio program.

On the most recent episode of the SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love," which aired on August 27, 2014, psychiatrist Ji Hae Soo, played by actress Gong Hyo Jin, visited a radio station to see her boyfriend and the detective novelist Jang Jae Yeol, played by actor Jo In Sung. At the radio station, Ji Hae Soo got disappointed at Jang Jae Yeol when he did not introduce her to his audiences as his girlfriend. When the show started, Ji Hae Soo and Jang Jae Yeol fought about Ji Hae Soo"s favorite movie. She had picked "Before Midnight" as her favorite movie, and Jang Jae Yeol asked her why she picked "Before Midnight" over the first two of the series, "Before Sunrise" or "Before Sunset

'Good Doctor' Remake To Be Shown On CBS

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The American remake of "Good Doctor" has found a home on the CBS television network. It"s the first time that a major U.S. broadcaster has taken on the challenge on adapting a k-drama for a U.S. audience.

The adaptation will be a co-production of CBS Studios, 3AD and Entermedia. 3AD is the newly launched company founded by Korean-American actor Daniel Dae Kim. The actor, who appeared in "Lost" and "Hawaii Five-O," wanted to bring "Good Doctor" to American audiences.

Kim told the Hollywood Reporter that he thinks the time is right for k-dramas to cross over.

"It"s all about the timing and confluence of different events," Kim told The Hollywood Reporter. "K-pop is bigger than ever, there is awareness in the U.S. of an international market, there is interest in intellectual property such as basing TV and film on books and foreign content

‘It's Okay, That's Love’ Jo In Sung discusses marriage with Gong Hyo Jin

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The romantic comedy SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love" actor Jo In Sung discussed marriage with actress Gong Hyo Jin.

On the most recent episode of the SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love," which aired on August 27, 2014, detective novelist Jang Jae Yeol, played by actor Jo In Sung, discussed marriage with his girlfriend and psychiatrist Ji Hae Soo, played by actress Gong Hyo Jin. At his radio station, Ji Hae Soo and Jang Jae Yeol talked about marriage. During his radio show, while talking about the topic of breakup, Jang Jae Yeol said he is thinking of his girlfriend as a future wife, saying, "I want to settle down and clear up the life as a wonderer." When it was commercial break time, Jang Jae Yeol said to Ji Hae Soo, "When you like the person, it is natural to think, "Should I marry her?"" However, Ji Hae Soo said, "I don"t plan to marry

‘It's Okay, That's Love’ Gong Hyo Jin is disappointed at Jo In Sung

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The romantic comedy SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love" actress Gong Hyo Jin is disappointed at actor Jo In Sung.

On the most recent episode of the SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love," which aired on August 27, 2014, psychiatrist Ji Hae Soo, played by actress Gong Hyo Jin, visited a radio station to see her boyfriend and the detective novelist Jang Jae Yeol, played by actor Jo In Sung. At the radio station, Jang Jae Yeol greeted Ji Hae Soo to the room where he records the radio show he hosts. Ji Hae Soo asked him how he was going to introduce her in the show and, when Jang Jae Yeol did not say much, she said, "Are you too lazy to tell your audience that we are going out?" and got disappointed at him. The SBS Wednesday Thursday miniseries "It"s Okay, That"s Love" tells a story of "romantic mental clinic" between a mysterious detective novelist who is at times romantic, played by Jo In Sung, and a psychiatrist, played by Gong Hyo Jin

Five Fun Facts About Yun Jung Hoon

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Yun Jung Hoon, the actor who played the undead hero in "Vampire Prosecutor" and "Vampire Prosecutor 2," Dong Wook in "East of Eden" and the jewelry company heir in "I Summon You Gold," is currently appearing in a Chinese production, "Time of Love."

He appears in one part of the four-part series. In his part, he plays King, a Korean illustrator who works part time as a Korean language teacher. A girl from Hong Kong hires him so that she can learn the language. Slowly he falls for her but at the same time learns a terrible secret about her boyfriend.

What else should you know about this actor? Here are a few facts.

1. He"s not only the child of a famous actor, Yeon Kyu Jin, but he"s married to a top actress, Han Ga In

Taemin Takes #1 on Music Bank + Comebacks by Super Junior, SISTAR, BESTie, and More!

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On this week’s episode of KBS’ Music Bank, Taemin beats Jang Bum Joon, taking home their second music show win with “Danger”! Congratulations to Taemin’s on his first win as a solo artist!

Super Junior made their long-awaited comeback with “MAMACITA,” SISTAR came back with “I Swear,” BESTie returned with “I Need You,” and EXID made a comeback with “Up & Down.”

Other performers of the night included Taemin, KARA, Secret, Ladies’ Code, Orange Caramel, BTS, and more!

Check out the performances below!

Taemin win

Super Junior SISTAR BESTie EXID Taemin KARA Secret Ladies’ Code Orange Caramel BTS

[Video] SuJu promotes new songs

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Ten members of the boy group Super Junior gathered in southern Seoul yesterday to promote their seventh album "Mamacita". "Before, it was important to be No. 1, but now we learned it is happiness that we get to work with good people", said Lee-teuk, the leader of the group.

The new songs are being released online today while the CDs will hit the stores on Monday. By Lee Sun-min

Taeyeon exceeds 3 million followers on Instagram

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Congratulations to Girls" Generation"s Taeyeon!


Once again, she proved to be one of the leading South Korean celebrities in the world of social media as her Instagram passed not one or two but three million followers, showing how many fans love getting updates through her quirky and cute photos. She is the second K-pop star to achieve this milestone, following Big Bang"s G-Dragon.


 


If you haven"t already, follow her @taeyeon_ss to help her reach a whopping 4 million followers on Instagram.



[Thanks to everyone who sent in tips!]

A Pink’s Eunji introduces her younger brother on MBC Everyone “A Pink’s Showtime”

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During a recent broadcast of MBC Everyone “A Pink’s Showtime,” A Pink’s Jung Eunji introduced her brother, who is 8 years younger than her.

In the episode aired on August 28, Eunji’s brother Jung Minki visited A Pink’s house where the members prepared a welcoming party for him. Bomi showed off her cooking skills, creating a delicious but diffucult dish using duck and chives.

Eunji personally picked up her younger brother from Busan, showing her delight to seeing him after such a long time. From the Gyeongsang Province, Jung Minki is a slightly brusque male, a typical characteristic of men from the region.

When A Pink members asked Jung Minki who he wanted to see the most, he responded that he wanted to see Bomi as she caught his eye with her activeness

Kyung Li and Sojin pose for next NASTY NASTY teaser image

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Project trio, NASTY NASTY, provided a new teaser today, a picture that showed the charismatic female members, Kyung Li and Sojin.


The ladies both look sexy, but they also serve to interestingly contrast each other. Sojin wears an all-white lacy outfit while Kyung Li wears the same but in black, but this may be hard to notice because of their captivating gazes that intensely jump out of the picture.



Their debut with "Knock" will be on September 3.


20140903 PM12:00 네스티네스티(NASTY NASTY) 경리 소진#네스티네스티 #경리 #소진 #케빈 #노크 #경리소진 #제국의아이들 #나인뮤지스 pic.twitter.com/bMEjUwwope

— 네스티네스티 (@nastynasty2014) August 29, 2014

WINNER”s Mino drops teaser image for upcoming solo track “I”m Him” MV release

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Get ready to jump up and down with complete excitement as YG Entertainment teases an upcoming MV release for solo track "I"m Him" by WINNER"s Mino!




This lucky member of the successful rookie group will get a whole MV to himself for "I"m Him," which was included in the boys" debut album "2014 S/S." The MV will be released on August 30 5 PM KST.


[WINNER - 걔 세(I"m him) MINO SOLO M/V RELEASE TEASER]#WINNER #MINO #걔세originally posted by http://t.co/eK7kal7OLa pic.twitter.com/aLbCWkA0wZ

— YG Family (@ygent_official) August 29, 2014

WINNER’s Mino is Suave in Teaser for Solo MV “I’m Him”

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Great news for WINNER fans!

The power rookie group, who met with instant success with their long-awaited debuts “Empty” and “Color Ring” this August, has announced that member Mino will be releasing a MV for “I’m Him,” his solo track off WINNER’s debut album “2014 S/S.”

In a teaser released today, Mino could be spotted rocking a black and white outfit with a suave pose. According to YG, the music video will drop tomorrow, August 30.

ZZAPA unveils MV for “Free Your Heart”

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On August 27th, hip-hop composer team ZZAPA released the music video for the song “Free Your Heart”. This is the title song to their first EP album “Free Your Heart”, which will feature unique, disco-infused hip-hop tracks.

The music video is entirely animated and is primarily in black and white with some splashes of color. The story features a salaryman going about his everyday job that becomes increasingly stressful. He frequently daydreams about going on vacation or leaving his job. The climax of the story injects more color as the protagonist finally decides to face his tyrannical boss and quit his job.

The song has a retro feel to it thanks to the 80’s-influenced brass and electronic instruments used. The lyrics are uplifting, inspiring listeners to follow their true passions