On the third episode of SBS" Wednesday & Thursday drama, Seo Eun-ha (Soo-ae), who was actually Byeon Ji-sook, got married to Choi Min-woo (Joo Ji-hoon).
Byeon Ji-sook was forced to become Seo Eun-ha by Min Seok-hoon (Yeon Jeong-hoon). And the pre-nuptial family meeting was held for Seo Eun-ha and Choi Min-woo. At the meeting, Choi Min-woo announced he could not get married to Seo Eun-ha. It was because he believed that he had tried to strangle Seo Eun-ha, and he was going to give up on getting married to her for the reason.
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On May 27, the SBS series "Mask" premiered with solid ratings and a storyline which incorporates the concept of doppelgangers. While the existence of doppelgangers is often questioned, there is a possibility that someone can encounter another person with a similar appearance.
Soo Ae portrays dual roles in "Mask." She stars as Ji Sook, a poor woman who is plagued by her father"s mounting debt. Ji Sook bears an uncanny resemblance to Eun Ha, a wealthy heiress, who is engaged to a privileged businessman. Eun Ha becomes preoccupied with by the concept of doppelgangers, after an accidental run in with Ji Sook. Her concerns, which border paranoia, are well founded. When Eun Ha meets an untimely death, Ji Sook is forced to assume her identity.
On the fifth episode of KBS 2TV"s Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Masked Prosecutor", Ha Dae-cheol (Joo Sang-wook)"s true identity was revealed to Seo Ri-na (Hwang Seon-hee).
Seo Ri-na could not understand his way to solve criminal cases. She told him, "You can definitely solve the cases by law". Ha Dae-cheol said, "The opponent is a prosecutor. He"ll do whatever it takes to defend himself. Even when you can successfully prove he"s guilty, it can take a year or longer".
Uee and Sung Joon have revealed that they had quite the first encounter on the set of their upcoming SBS romantic melodrama “High Society.” At a recent press conference, the two stars talked about what went down.
Uee says, “We were like, ‘Hello, I’m Sung Joon,’ ‘Hello, I’m Uee noona,’ and then right away said ‘Should we start?’ and we just did the kiss scene. After that we were really comfortable with each other.”
g.o.d"s Park Joon Hyung proved to be a cool guy once again!
Jay Park recently showed his love for fans by re-posting their dance covers on his Instagram for his latest song, "MOMMAE," but it appears this led to a lot of hateful comments from his fans for one girl. Park Joon Hyung flew to her rescue!
He went on her Instagram and left super sweet messages like, "Git it! Much props to u and thanks for supportin ma lil bro~ BBBAAAMMM~!!!" and, "Thank u very much for the kind words and don"t mind the mean comments on Jays post... thats just some people"s insecurity speaking and as u know sometimes jealousy is the best form of flattery... God Bless...BBBAAAMMM~!!!"
Added episode 29 captures for the Korean drama "Heard It Through the Grapevine" (2015)Directed by Ahn Pan-seokWritten by Jeong Seong-jooNetwork : SBSWith Yoo Joon-sang, Yoo Ho-jeong, Lee Joon, Ko Ah-seong, Jang Hyeon-seong, Baek Ji-yeon,...32 episodes - Mon, Tue 22:00Synopsis"Heard It Through the Grapevine" is a black comedy that satirizes the presumptuous and materialistic ideas by the top upper class in Korea, who are indulged in imperialistic power and thrive on inherited wealth and lineage.Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/02/23
Actor Joo Won is now confirmed for SBS drama, "Yong Pal," according to recent reports based on the words of a rep.
On June 3, a rep from his agency told TV Daily, "Joo Won is confirmed for appearance in "Yong Pal." We are still tuning up his filming schedule."
This will be his second time playing a doctor since "Good Doctor" as his role is Kim Tae Hyun, a 3rd year resident who is super talented but has no manners, only an infuriatingly blunt personality.
Korean dramas are currently populated by an array of K-pop idols-turned-actors. Directors often come under fire for selecting these stars, known as acting idols, over actors who are solely dedicated to the craft. The growing trend has led to interesting results, particularly when an acting idol is cast in a role which requires singing or musical talent.
In 2015, Korean pop stars are leading several high-profile dramas. After School"s UEE and Park Hyung Sik of ZE:A are main cast members in the upcoming romantic comedy, "High Society." IU is currently starring as Cindy, a disenfranchised pop star, on "Producer." B1A4"s Jinyoung is conspicuously cast in a supporting role in the Hong Sisters" series, "Warm and Cozy." INFINITE"s Hoya also appears in a supporting role, in the hit melodrama, "Mask."
After building up the hype with individual member teaser photos and a video teaser, Boys Republic makes a comeback with a sentimental music video for their new single “Hello.”
Released on midnight on June 5 KST, the exact date of the second anniversary since their debut, the music video for “Hello” captures the nostalgia and longing expressed in the song’s lyrics and instrumentation. Fans will be delighted to find that each individual Boys Republic member gets plenty of sentimental close-up screen time.
According to the Korean media outlet TV Report netizens spotted actors Jo In Sung, Lee Kwang Soo and Song Joong Ki together at Incheon International Airport.
When asked about the actors" travel plans, their agencies would not release any information, but they did say the travel was not work-related. The actors are on a personal break together.
It"s not surprising that the actors would chose to vacation together as they have been close for a long time. And Song Joong Ki recently stated his intention to take a short vacation before returning to Dramaland. Who better to vacation with than your best friends?
Yes it is but it"s only for their new music video filming.
Some paparazzi cuts of MAMAMOO"s Solar going on a date with a mysterious guy were quickly spreaded through many community sites and SNS recently. The two were caught doing couple things such as eating ice cream while sitting on a bench together and even spotted kissing each other which caused much shock to many people.
However, it later turned out that it was for MAMAMOO"s new music video filming.
MAMAMOO"s agency said,"MAMAMOO"s comeback will come ahead on June 29th. The paparazzi photos of Solar were taken during their music video shoot, and the man was fellow member Moonbyul, who dressed in male clothes. To convey the story of the song better, we went with the idea of her dressing like a man. Please look forward to MAMAMOO a lot".
MAMAMOO will make their comeback with 2nd mini album on June 19th.
Hours after EXO dropped their new song "Love Me Right" and its music video, the hashtag #LoveMeRight shot up to the top of Twitter"s worldwide trending charts.
On June 3 #LoveMeRight became the most talked-about topic on Twitter, beating videogame release announcements as well as headline-grabbing accidents, according to What the Trend which tracks the most popular discussion phrases on the microblogging platform.
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#LoveMeRight beat out topics such as Fallout 4 -- whose developer put up a countdown timer leading up to an announcement to one of the most anticipated videogames on the PS4, Xbox one and PC platforms.
Actress Soo Ae is currently starring in the mystery drama “Mask,” which has been well received by critics and viewers alike. Its first episode grabbed the number one spot in its ratings time slot, which is solidifying her status as a guarantee of success for dramas.
But the drama’s storyline and Soo Ae’s acting aren’t the only thing that are getting people excited. There’s also been a huge number of inquiries about Soo Ae’s clothes, accessories, and props from the show.
As you can see in the photos above, Kim Bum made quite a transformation from before (right photo) getting ready for the drama and after (left photo). At the press conference, he revealed that he actually lost almost 31 pounds (14 kg) to fit his character in the series.
Kim Bum said, "I lost 14 kg for the drama. I had a little extra weight on me until recently. I researched a lot for this character and his trauma." In the drama, Kim Bum plays the role of Cha Gun Woo, who becomes a human weapon after being traumatized by his lover"s death.
"Hidden Identity" starts airing on June 16 at 11PM KST! Will you be watching?
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Stage and screen star, Ji Chang Wook, recently traveled to the United States for his first promotional activities in North America. The actor arrived in Los Angeles, California to attend the launch party for the utilitarian streetwear brand, Konus Brand.
On June 2, a stylist for the label posted one of the shots from his pictorial for the company on her Instagram account (@daxla). The photo was accompanied by the message, "Ji Chang Wook for Konus Brand."
A rep from SM Entertainment announced on June 3 that Go Ara and IU will be testing their chemistry on the show. For those who aren"t familiar with "Producer", IU plays the cold, top star Cindy in the drama, and Go Ara will be playing one of Cindy"s close friends or more accurately frenemies.
This is Go Ara"s first time appearing in a drama since "You"re All Surrounded" last year. Stay tuned for her cameo!
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The producers of the drama previously called "True Romance" may have changed the name to "High Society" but that does not make the story any less romantic.
It"s still about one woman"s search for true love and the trailer for the drama features several kisses between After School"s Uee and actor Sung Joon.
The actors spoke about their kiss scenes at a press conference for the new SBS drama. Not only did they enjoy shooting the kiss scenes but they also got a lot closer after filming one.
In this "multi-view" version of their "Might Just Die" choreography practice, the camera zooms in, so fans can get an even closer look at the HISTORY members. The group previously impressed with their blind dance practice, and the members got into their stage outfits and a room fit as a stage for this latest video.
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On June 3, OSEN published a report which named Red Velvet"s Joy (Park Soo Young) and Yook Sungjae of BtoB as the latest stars of the variety series, "We Got Married." According to the report, the couple began filming segments for the scripted relationship program on June 3. Joy is 18-years-old while Yook recently turned 20-years-old. Both parties are the youngest members of their K-pop groups and will be one of the youngest couples in the history of "We Got Married."
Park Shin Hye wants to marry a man who reminds her of her father. The 25-year-old actress appeared on the June 2 episode of "Some Men, Some Women," an SBS variety show which focuses on the lives of single celebrities.
She revealed that she is inspired by her relationship shared by her parents. "I want to live in a happy family, like my parents," said Park. "So I wanted to get married when I was 23-years-old."