On the upcoming episode of “4 Things Show,” T-ara‘s Eunjung expresses how she feels about the whole bullying controversy still surrounding the group in addition to letting the viewers have a peek of her daily life.
On the show, it shows her going about her day, now being 20 years into her career ever since her debut as a child actress. She lives a busy life, visiting her mom’s and her friend’s houses, going to Pilate’s lessons, as well as trying out new things amidst her hectic schedule.
The main character in the drama "Rosy Lovers" didn"t break down during hardships but set forth to find the answers to life and love. That"s Sunhwa. She"s boldly headed for the future as an actress.
Sunhwa played Baek Jang-mi who realizes the meaning of family thanks to Cha-dol (Lee Jang-woo). The fifty episodes of the drama is finally over and we listened to what she had to say.
"It was an honor being able to come all this way. I am grateful for the recognition I received and the experience. I am worried about my next work, though".
A new seven-member boy group, Romeo, has released a teaser video for their impending debut.
The mysterious group has released the short clip to their official Youtube channel, with a message that reads, “The Romeo is now opened. Stay tuned and get ready to fall in love with Romeo.”
Previously, it was reported that the group is the product of the famous Japanese label Pony Canyon, in collaboration with a recently-founded Korean entertainment agency, CT Entertainment.
Joo Da-yeong is starring in the new KBS 2TV drama "Masked Investigator" as a younger Min-hee played by Kim Seon-ah. She is the source of Dae-cheol"s dream of becoming an investigator. She"s proud and bad tempered and is a expected to leave a strong impression.
Joo Da-yeong claims Min-hee is an appealing character who looks cold on the outside but has pain on the inside.
"Masked Investigator" is about a man who uses his fists to deal with things he can"t solve as an investigator starring Kim Seon-ah, Joo Sang-wook, Jeon Kwang-ryeol, Park Yeong-gyoo and others.
The production presentation of the new tvN drama "Birds Don"t Cry" was held in Chungdam Cine City on the 27th. Oh Hyun-kyeong, Hong Ah-reum, Kang Ji-seob, Ahn Jae-min, Baek Seung-hee, Kim Yoo-seok and producer Kim Pyeong-jong were there. Writer Yeo Jeong-mi was absent due to health reasons.
Hong Ah-reum said, "Oh Honey is a very bright and energetic character. I am usually like that or I try to be, so I think we"re alike".
It has been reported that actor Park Min Woo and rookie actress Kim Ji Ahn will be starring opposite one another in a new web drama titled “Romance Blue” (tentative English title).
On April 28, a representative of the two actors’ agency, King Kong Entertainment, revealed, “Park Min Woo and Kim Ji Ahn will be acting alongside one another. Please look forward to it.”
It is said that Park Min Woo will be taking on the role of Min Woo, a man that goes on one-day dates with clients for a living. On the other hand, Kim Ji Ahn will be acting as the character of Ji Ahn, a woman that writes letters confessing love on behalf of clients for a living.
The sophisticated pop ballad expresses the longing between a couple who part ways but still miss one another. Helping to bring the lyrics to life are the twins of Crayon Pop, ChoA and Way, who lend their vocals for the song.
According to a report by Chinese media outlet Sina on April 28, Chinese idol group TFBOYS is being accused by Chinese netizens of plagiarizing an EXO music video.
Namely, netizens have been pointing out that the prodigy concept and the props used in the the music video for TFBOYS’ new song “Young” seem a bit too reminiscent of EXO’s music video for “Miracles in December,” which was released in 2013.
Meanwhile, TFBOYS debuted in 2013 and with an average age of 14 is the youngest idol group in China. They have been receiving a lot of love for their cute and bright image.
Added episode 1 for the Korean drama "Who Are You - School 2015"
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"Who Are You - School 2015" (2015) Directed by Baek Sang-hoon, Kim Seong-yoon Written by Kim Hyeon-jeong-II, Kim Min-jeong-II Network : KBS With Kim So-hyeon-I, Nam Joo-hyeok, Yook Seong-jae, Lee Pil-mo, Lee David, Kim Hee-jeong-I,... Mon, Tue 22:00 Synopsis This drama starts with a mysterious case in a school where the "it girl" Eun-byeol disappears and comes back with her memory erased. The truth about the school reveals itself as she struggles to find herself. Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/04/27
TVXQ‘s Yunho will be continuing his acting career as the lead character alongside Kim Ga Eun in upcoming web-based drama, “I Order You.”
According to a number of associates on April 28, Yunho and Kim Ga Eun were cast in “I Order You,” the SBS web-based drama that is preparing to film, as the male and female leads. They have already finished a script reading recently and the first shoot is slated to be at the beginning of May.
Kwon Yool is cracking everybody up with his interesting and strange character in tvN"s "Let"s Eat 2". Although he appears as the rigid and cool office worker, he is actually a cursing, bicycling fanatic who loves to be chummy with his buddies and enjoy the night life, creating an interesting dichotomy with two personalities.
He recently posed for "CeCi", showing yet another charm by dressing up in boyish fashion. He talked about his drama character during the interview, saying, "I chose this in order to communicate with the public intimately. Food is an episode that everybody encounters in life."
TVXQ′s Yunho will be meeting Kim Ga Eun in the new drama I′m Placing an Order for You (translation).
On April 28, a SBS Plus rep told Newsen, "Yunho and Kim Ga Eun have been confirmed as the leads for the webdrama, I′m Placing an Order for You. The script reading recently took place."
I′m Placing an Order for You is based on an internet novel of the same name. The female character, Park Song Ah, meets three charming men at an atelier that creates professional homemade lunch boxes. Kim Ga Eun will be Park Song Ah, while Yunho will play one of the chefs, Yeo Guk Dae.
After debuting with TVXQ, Yunho has worked on several acting projects. Starting with Heading to the Ground in 2009, Yunho has appeared in Yawang and The Night Watchman′s Journal. Kim Ga Eun became known after the drama I Hear Your Voice, following it up with Joseon Gun Shooter and Single-Minded Dandelion.
With ′mukbang′ (food broadcasts) being the strong trend these days, the anticipation for Yunho and Kim Ga Eun′s delicious romance is rising.
According to the rep, I′m Placing an Order for You will air online first and broadcast on SBS Plus channel in mid-June.
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Added episode 5 for the Korean drama "My Unfortunate Boyfriend"
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"My Unfortunate Boyfriend" (2015) Directed by Nam Gi-hoon Written by Lee Jae-yoon Network : MBC Dramanet With Noh Min-woo-I, Yang Jin-seong, Yunhak, Han Hye-rin, Kim Eun-jung, Yoon Joo-sang,... 16 episodes - Fri, Sat 21:00 Synopsis An unbelievable but honest love story between a girl who does not mind lying whenever necessary and a guy who has to tell only the truth all the time. Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/04/10
Added episodes 3 and 4 for the Korean drama "Divorce Lawyer in Love"
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"Divorce Lawyer in Love" (2015) Directed by Park Yong-soon Written by Kim Ah-jeong Network : SBS With Jo Yeo-jeong, Yeon Woo-jin, Sim Hyeong-tak, Wang Ji-won, Hwang Yeong-hee, Lee Dong-hwi,... 16 episodes - Sat, Sun 20:45 Synopsis A romance drama about a man and a woman who meet an unfavorable lawyer as a junior at work and an unfavorable manager as a superior. Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/04/18
The slow pace of the plot catches up to the characters here. I can"t help but find it rather inherently amusing that Dae-yeong and Soo-ji are acting like they have all the time in the world to get her together with Sang-woo, when from the very beginning every single work meeting Soo-ji and Sang-woo have had has referenced the blind date that Sang-woo keeps trying to avoid. Well, that"s the problem with romantic fantasies really. They"re a lot more fun than actually trying to date.
For what it"s worth Soo-ji is a pretty good sport upon finally discovering the bare surface of the secret personality that Sang-woo normally only ever shows to Dae-yeong. Getting him to act like that in front of her is a pretty big victory for Soo-ji, even though as usual the woman insists on trying to be as inoffensive and pleasant as possible, no matter how weird it looks in the context of Sang-woo"s favorite word.
Added episodes 7 and 8 for the Korean drama "Falling For Innocence"
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"Falling For Innocence" (2015) Directed by Ji Yeong-soo Written by Yoo Hee-kyeong Network : jTBC With Jeong Kyeong-ho, Kim So-yeon, Yoon Hyeon-min, Park Yeong-gyoo, Ahn Seok-hwan, Kong Hyeon-joo,... 16 episodes - Fri, Sat 21:45 Also known as "Beating Again" and "Falling in Love With Soon Jung" Synopsis A man who is a cold-blooded hunter gets heart surgery and due to cellular memory syndrome, he becomes warm hearted. He meets a woman, then learns the true meaning of happiness and love. Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/04/03
The production presentation for KBS2’s drama “Who Are You- School 2015” was held on April 22.
Kim So Hyun, who turned 17 this year, said that she could easily relate to her character because she is in the similar age range.
Kim So Hyun plays two roles, one as Lee Eun Bi, the loner of Tongyeong Noori High School, and Go Eun Byul, who transferred from Gangnam’s Saegang High School after going through a significant event in her life.
With a rough ending for KBS′ Blood, it was Who Are You - School 2015 that had to pick up where the drama left off.
On April 27, Who Are You - School 2015 began, starring Kim So Hyun, Nam Joo Hyuk, and BTOB′s Yook Sung Jae.
With strong competitors currently fighting for first place, Who Are You - School 2015 had no space to stick its foot in, landing at third place for its first episode. The drama received a low rating of 3.8 percent.
In the first episode, the drama introduced the story of two girls, living completely opposite lives.
While ratings were quite low for its first episode, it′s too soon to predict how this drama will fare.
Marvel"s latest superhero flick, "The Avengers: Age of Ultron", is taking local cinemas by storm, breaking several records in its opening week. The film had a reservation rate of 95 percent at one point before its release Thursday and opened with an eye-popping 2.8 million tickets sold for the weekend, generating 24 billion won ($22.2 million). That was 90.5 percent of the total weekend box office.The movie is now the biggest-opening foreign film, supplanting "Transformers: Dark of the Moon", which opened with 2.3 million in 2011.Also, the "Avengers" sequel is the fastest foreign film to reach the 3 million mark in ticket sales, within four days. Anticipation for "Age of Ultron" was immense in Korea, because it not only marks the return of Marvel"s popular superheroes, including Iron Man Tony Stark (Robert Downey Jr.), Captain America (Chris Evans) and the Hulk (Mark Ruffalo), but also because part of the film was shot in Seoul last year.The casting of Korean actress Soo Hyeon, who goes by Claudia Kim in the United States, added to the expectations.After the film was unveiled to a Korean audience, including members of the media, there was debate about whether Seoul"s role was significant, but there was no doubt about the scale of its action-packed splashy scenes. The film also introduced a new evil force called the Ultron, a program that uses its artificial intelligence to wipe out humankind. In Korea, where there will be no viable alternatives to compete with mega-budget blockbusters anytime soon, the film is expected to continue its successful streak. Meanwhile, second place was taken by the dethroned "Furious 7" with 106,981 admissions, which brought its four-week box office total to 3.1 million. The local drama "Salut D"Amour", which depicts the tearful love story of an elderly couple, landed in third place at three-week total box office sales of 86,160.BY JIN EUN-SOO [email@example.com]