Recent KBS 2TV drama "Producers" came in first in Contents Power Index (CPI).
According to CJ E&M"s CPI, "Producers" came in first in the third week of June with a total of 278 points and next came along MBC "Masked Singer" with 276 points. "Masked Singer" had come in first since the third week of May.
KBS 2TV drama "Who Are You - School 2015", MBC show "Infinite Challenge" and tvN "Three Meals a Day" came in third, fourth and fifth places.
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Her agency commented to Star News, "We confirmed the contents of this rumor, and it is absolutely false. It"s such a shocking rumor that we will be taking aggressive action against it."
Will TVXQ"s U-Know settle as an actor?
The production premiere of the SBS Plus mini-drama "I Order You" was held on the 29th with stars U-Know, Kim Ga-eun-I, Jang Seung-jo, Goo Jae-yee, Jo Yoon-woo, Baek Jong-won and others.
Attention was on U-Know who is not far from joining the military. He foresaw that he won"t be able to watch everything he"s done before he enlists. He said, "I enlist on the 21st of July. I thought a lot about this drama, but I had fun and it was a good environment to work in. I can"t finish watching the drama but the producer promised to send me a file".
Yook Sungjae of BTOB recently shared a behind-the-scenes clip from the set of the group’s latest comeback music video for the title track “It’s Okay.”
On June 30, Sungjae uploaded the video clip of himself spying on his fellow group member Jung Ilhoon while he is filming a scene onto his personal Twitter account.
The clip begins with the camera on Sungjae’s face, before the voice of the music video director is heard saying, “Run in,” at which point Ilhoon makes his entrance. After Ilhoon runs into the café, he comes face to face with an actress in the music video.
"Hidden Identity" Kim Beom kept everyone on the edge of their seats.
On the fifth episode of the tvN drama "Hidden Identity", Kim Beom became Cha Gun-woo who tracks down ghost and played hero in many ways.
Cha Gun-woo stopped a bomb that was wired to hacker Ha Yoon-mi (Lee Sang-in). While the situation was intense without knowing when the bomb will go off, Kim Beom cut the wires.
Then he set out to save Jang Min-joo (Yoon Soy). While he was investigating his next case, Yoon Soy had been kidnapped. He turned his car around while chasing a sedan and went to save her. He found the GPS device on the ground but found the place she was held captive anyway. He even got stabbed and bled.
The youngest Song triplet from the show “Superman Returns” displayed his talents befitting that of a future agriculturalist.
On the June 28 episode of the KBS2′s “Superman Returns,” titled “Strict Upbringing Makes a Strong Person”, the Lee Hwi Jae, Seo Eon, and Seo Jun family; the Song Il Gook, Dae Han, Min Gook, and Man Se family; the Um Tae Woong and Ji On family; and Choo Sung Hoon and Sarang family were featured.
Korean drama starting today 2015/06/29 in Korea: "We Broke Up"
"We Broke Up" (2015)Directed by Kim Ki-yoon, Kim Yong-wanWritten by Jeon Seon-yeongWith Sandara Park, Kang Seung-yoon, Hyoni Kang, Chang Ki-yong, Lee Beom-gyoo, Lee Se-yeong-III,...10 episodes - Mon, Wed, Fri 19:00Synopsis"We Broke Up" tells a story of a couple who happen to live together after their breakup. Sandara Park plays No Woo-ri, a bright and ambitious girl who struggles to land a job while Kang Seung-yoon plays Ji Won-yeong, an indie band"s vocalist who works part time at night. Hyoni Kang will appear as a confident career woman who runs the nation"s top music label, and Cang Ki-yong will play the role of the couple"s college mate.Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/06/29
Actor Lee Joon-ki had his hopes up in the role of a vampire.
He"s currently busy with the making of the new MBC drama "Scholar Who Walks the Night". He plays Kim Seong-yeol, a good looking vampire. He dreamed of a happy country with his political friend and Prince but he gets caught up in fate and becomes a vampire. From then on, he lives life as the Scholar Who Walks the Night.
Kim Seong-yeol misses being human and has feelings although he"s a vampire.
Added episodes 9 and 10 for the Korean drama "My Love Eun-dong"
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"My Love Eun-dong" (2015) Directed by Lee Tae-gon-I Written by Baek Mi-kyeong Network : jTBC With Joo Jin-mo, Kim Sa-rang, Kim Tae-hoon, Kim Yoo-ri-I, Kim Yoon-seo, Jeong Dong-hwan,... Fri, Sat 21:40 Synopsis A top star"s love for one woman spanning over 20 years. Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/05/29
How do K POP Stars take care of their skin?
On May 20th, Girls’ Generation Sunny joined ‘Talking Mirror’ of Get it Beauty, a popular beauty show on Onstyle. She shared her regular beauty tips and K-beauty items that she takes everywhere to attract the attention of her fans around the world.
We reveal the beauty secrets of Sunny from Girls′ Generation who boasts healthy, hydrated skin that stays radiant all day despite her hectic schedule, heavy stage makeup, and frequent flights!
According to a rep from MBC Every1, Choi Jong Hoon and Kisum were selected by the writer himself, who took direct part in planning for and casting the actors for the drama adaptation.
Choi Jong Hoon will portray the owner of a pizza shop, while Kisum will make a fleeting yet lasting impression as a noona whose path crosses with that of the maknae in the family in "Tundra Show". Furthermore, BTOB"s Ilhoon will play the role of the second son Sungmin, while Kian84, the webtoon writer himself, will act out the role of the first son Heemin.
The show is planned to air its first episode in the middle of July.
Girls′ Generation (SNSD) is ready to party.
The wait will soon be over, as SNSD is set to return after a year and a half with new single Party on July 7.
But the party doesn′t stop there, as SNSD will follow with the release of double title tracks, Lion Heart and You Think, promoting a total of three tracks from its upcoming studio album.
The music video for Party, a dance track that is sure to be a summer hit, was shot in Thailand′s Ko Samui.
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Jo Yoon-woo let out a spoiler about "I Order You".
At the production premiere of the new SBS Plus web-drama "I Order You", Jo Yoon-woo said there was a bed scene between U-Know and Kim Ga-eun-I.
He chose that scene as his most memorable and said, "I got to watch them make it".
"I Order You" is a romantic story between a pretty-boy chef named Gook-dae and amatuer Song-ah in the background of handmade lunch box shop FL-ada starring U-Know, Kim Ga-eun-I, Jang Seung-jo, Goo Jae-yee, Jo Yoon-woo, Baek Jong-won and others.
Added special episode 13 for the Korean drama "Producers"
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"Producers" (2015) Directed by Pyo Min-soo, Seo Soo-min-I, Yoon Seong-ho Written by Park Ji-eun Network : KBS With Cha Tae-hyeon, Kong Hyo-jin, Kim Soo-hyeon-I, IU, Park Hyeok-kwon, Kim Jong-kook,... 12 episodes - Fri, Sat 21:15 Synopsis The drama depicts various anecdotes happening in entertainment department of a broadcasting company. Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/05/15
Girls’ Generation has officially announced their upcoming comeback with a brand new single entitled “Party” next week!
It has been revealed that the group is set to release their highly-anticipated comeback single “Party” this coming July 7 at 10 p.m. (KST) through various music sites.
“Party” is said to be a dance song perfectly fitting for the summer season. The music video was also revealed to have been filmed in Thailand.
Following the release of this single album, Girls’ Generation will be coming out with “Lion Heart” and “You Think” for a total of three title tracks for their comeback promotions!
KBS 2TV drama "Remember You" marked the same as last week.
According to Nielsen Korea, the third episode of "Remember You" recorded 4.7%. It has been on a standstill since the first episode.
"Remember You" has been going through accusations of plagiarizing a synopsis written by a writer wannabe from a competition. CJ E&M claims there is no chances of plagiarism.
Meanwhile, MBC "Splendid Politics" rated 10.0% and SBS "High Society" rated 9.1%.
Actress Yoo Jin will return to the small screen in the new KBS2 TV drama, "Take Care of Us, Mom" (working title), which will air its first episode on Aug. 15.The 34-year-old will take on the role of the Lee Jin-ae, who wishes to run away from her family and live an independent life. The story unfolds when she falls in love and gets married to a man she loves. But things get complicated when Lee meets her mother-in-law, who gets on her nerves even more than her biological mother. "Yoo Jin will soon begin shooting the new drama series", said a person related to KBS."The actress will portray a female character who dreamed of a different life from her mother, but who eventually learns to understand her mother as she becomes more mature". The upcoming project will be Yoo Jin"s first since giving birth to a baby girl in mid-April. It is even more meaningful as the director, Lee Geon-joon, was the first the actress worked with in her debut drama series, "Loving You", which aired in 2002. By Jin Min-ji
Two years have passed since singer-turned-actor Yoon Kye-sang participated in "Minority Opinion", a film that touches on a sensitive social issue known as the "Yongsan tragedy".Although the film directed by Kim Sung-je is fictional, it was adapted from a novel based on the disaster written by Son Ah-ram. The film"s political connotations are one of the reasons why it struggled to find a distributor. The tragedy occurred during a confrontation at a building in Yongsan, central Seoul, in 2009 between a group of policemen and evicted tenants who claimed to be owed more compensation for the redevelopment of the area. On its rooftop, where some 40 tenants were participating in a sit-in protest, a fire broke out and caused the death of five protesters and one policeman. Yoon"s character, Jin-won, is a public defender fighting for one of the protesters named Jae-ho (Lee Gyoung-young), who lost his son in the tragedy. In a recent interview with Ilgan Sports, an affiliate of the Korea JoongAng Daily, the 37-year-old actor said the script for "Minority Opinion" seemed too challenging and heavy for him when he first read it. "Nevertheless, I didn"t give up and took it", he added. "I just feel thankful that it can finally meet the audience". Q. What was your mind-set when you filmed "Minority Opinion" in 2013?A. At the time, I was overwhelmed with a feeling of inferiority. I wanted to be a celebrity while also wanting to be an accomplished actor. So when I first came across this script, I wondered if I could do it. Like Jin-won in the film, who improves himself as he proceeds with the lawsuit, I wanted to develop as an actor. What do you think is the message of this film?In the process of bringing a lawsuit against the government, so many flaws in the legal system are shamelessly revealed, which I think is very ironic.One of the last scenes that take place at the court was very strong. How did you feel at the time?Director Kim said that scene was going to be filmed like a theatrical play [where the camera moves spontaneously according to the actors" performance], so I practiced a lot by myself. I was very passionate at the time. The hardest thing was feeling as though I was being judged by a panel, acting alongside Yoo Hae-jin, Kwon Hye-hyo and Lee Kyeong-yeong, all of whom have plenty of experience on stage. That sort of tension was my biggest motivation. I strived very hard not get alienated. Since you debuted on the film scene in 2004 through "Flying Boys" you"ve worked constantly. Is being an actor still very attractive to you?I am still attracted to it, very much so. I still crave it and want to do well, maybe because I am still not good at it. I don"t know exactly why. I"ve recently realized that it takes a lot of time to improve, so I try to experience as much as I can these days. How is your next webtoon-based drama project "Last", which will air on JTBC from next month, coming along?My character is a very macho-like, which is the type of character that I have always wanted to play. Chemistry with my male partner Lee Beom-soo is very nice as well. Although there aren"t any fist fights, a spark comes out of his eyes, which is one of the things I like about acting with male actors. I prefer this kind of noir genre rather than sugary rom-com. BY KIM YEON-JI [email@example.com]
Hi Soompiers! We’ve got a super fun and cute review for you today from Morgan of The Beauty Breakdown! Too Cool for School’s Egg Mousse Pack uses the well-documented skin tightening properties of egg white to create a mask that’s meant to cleanse, balance, and rejuvenate the skin.
This is a mousse-type mask that you massage into your face and then leave on for 10-20 minutes before washing off. Very intriguing – but does it actually work to cleanse your pores? Watch Morgan’s review to find out!
Park Bo-yeong & Jo Jeong-seok and Lee Joon-ki to come back with ghostly melo-dramas, “Oh My Ghost” and “Scholar Who Walks the Night” respectively
Park Bo-yeong & Jo Jeong-seok and Lee Joon-ki are coming back this summer with ghostly melo-dramas, "Oh My Ghost" and "Scholar Who Walks the Night" respectively.
Park Bo-yeong and Jo Jeong-seok"s "Oh My Ghost" will be unveiled on July 3rd.
"Oh My Ghost" is a cheerful and sexy ghostly-romance drama depicting the stories surrounding a sous chef with a meek personality, Na Bong-seon (Park Bo-yeong), who is possessed by a seductress ghost, and a narcissistic celebrity chef Kang Seon-woo (Jo Jeong-seok).