Photos + Video Added new posters, stills and 30s trailer for the Korean film 'The Phone'

Photos + Video Added new posters, stills and 30s trailer for the Korean film 'The Phone'

Added new posters, stills and 30s trailer for the approaching Korean film "The Phone"

"The Phone" (2015)Directed by way of Kim Bong-jooWith Son Hyeon-joo, Eom Ji-won, Bae Seong-woo, No Jeong-ee, Jang In-sub, Cha Seung-yeon,...SynopsisA mystery mystery of the combat of a guy who reveals out how to save his dead wife from whom he gets a phone call from.Release date in Korea : 2015/10/22

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B2ST talk on the phone with B2UTY on fourth episode of their 'Oven Radio'

B2ST talk on the phone with B2UTY on fourth episode of their 'Oven Radio'

Some fans had enough "good luck" to receive a surprise phone call from B2ST on the fourth episode of "Oven Radio"!

SEE ALSO: B2ST reveal their sleeping habits and more on 3rd episode of their "Oven Radio"

One lucky fan picked up and immediately recognized the B2ST members" voices. She answered even the most random quiz questions thrown at her correctly proving herself to be a big fan, impressing the members. Also like any fangirl, she couldn"t hide her squeals and screams as the boys called her name and spoke to her. Unfortunately this couldn"t be said for the other fan they called, who immediately hung up on them assuming the members to be prank callers!

Check out DJ Dongwoon take over on the fourth episode!

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B2ST give Park Shin Hye a phone call in the second episode of their 'Oven Radio'

B2ST give Park Shin Hye a phone call in the second episode of their 'Oven Radio'

B2ST returned with their second episode of "Oven Radio", showing off their friendship with actress Park Shin Hye and continuing to delight fans with their silly nature.

SEE ALSO: B2ST sing a snippet of "Oasis" plus share album details in their 1st"Oven Radio" episode

The members revealed that Junhyung has a lot of connections in the K-pop scene and he got his good friend Park Shin Hye to call in for a listen to their new title track "Good Luck". B2ST also played a "random live" game for which they had to sing the correct lyrics for random verses of their new songs. In the end, it was Junhyung who won the opportunity to be the main MC for tomorrow"s episode of "Oven Radio"!

Watch the second episode above and stay tuned for the third one!

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Wonderful Days Episode 30 Review: Hong Hwa Ri Has a Phone Call with Lee Elijah

Wonderful Days Episode 30 Review: Hong Hwa Ri Has a Phone Call with Lee Elijah

In Wonderful Days, episode 30, Kang Dong Joo(played by Hong Hwa Ri) had a phone call with Kim Ma Ri(played by Lee Elijah).

Previously, Dong Joo and Kang Dong Won(played by Choi Gwon Soo) found out that their mother has abandoned them. Dong Joo told Kang Dong Hee(played by Ok Taec Yeon) to call their mother. Dong Hee called Ma Ri, and she pretended to be their mother. Dong Joo knew it was a lie but she pretended that she did not know.

Dong Joo told Dong Hee to call their mother again and had a phone call with Ma Ri. As Ma Ri talked awkwardly, Dong Joo pointed out, “You were speaking in dialect. Why aren’t you now? What’s your name?”

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Review of Angel Eyes Ep 1: Kang Ha Neul saves his phone number on Nam Ji Hyuns phone

Review of Angel Eyes Ep 1: Kang Ha Neul saves his phone number on Nam Ji Hyuns phone

Angel Eyes Episode 1 Review: Kang Ha Neul Gives Nam Ji Hyun His Phone Number

In the first episode of Angel Eyes, Park Dong Joo(played by Kang Ha Neul) gave Yoon Soo Wan(played by Nam Ji Hyun) his phone number.

Previously, Dong Joo cried in front of Soo Wan after understanding her difficulties and pain through a visual impairment experience. Soo Wan opened up her mind to him and said, “That’s enough pity I’ll receive from you. But I know it’s not just a pity on me so thank you.”

Dong Joo replied, “I don’t have pity on people. I don’t have time for that.” He then saved his number on her phone and said, “Press 3 and you’ll be able to call me.

Before Dong Joo left, he shouted, “My name is Dong Joo! Park Dong Joo!” Soo Wan answered, “Mine’s Soo Wan. Yoon Soo Wan.

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Review of The Woman Who Married Three Times Ep 39: Lee Ji Ah breaks down after Song Chang Euis phone call

Review of The Woman Who Married Three Times Ep 39: Lee Ji Ah breaks down after Song Chang Euis phone call

The Woman Who Married Three Times Episode 39 Review: Lee Ji Ah Wails After Song Chang Eui’s Phone Call

In The Woman Who Married Three Times, episode 39, Oh Eun Soo(played by Lee Ji Ah) wailed after Jung Tae Won(played by Son Chang Eui)’s phone call.

Tae Won came back from a trip to Italy with Chae Rin(played by Son Yeo Eun). He called Eun Soo on the phone and said, “Seul Ki(played by Kim Ji Young) is worrying. She thinks you’re not going back to your ex-husband’s house because of her.”

As Eun Soo told Tae Won that she will give up on the baby, he said, “How come you’re more immature than Seul Ki? You don’t care about other people, do you?

He added, “I too feel a little something when I see hot girls. All men are like that. Let go of yourself now and try to find a new part of you.”

Eun Soo hung up on Tae Won and went to the bathroom. She silently cried while washing her face.

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Jung Hyung Don says G-Dragon waits for his phone call + Sunhwa leaves a video message for G-Dragon

Jung Hyung Don says G-Dragon waits for his phone call + Sunhwa leaves a video message for G-Dragon

The topic of G-Dragon came up on "Weekly Idol" with special guest SECRET when Jung Hyung Don jokingly said that Sunhwa was G-Dragon"s sasaeng fan. Sunhwa then asked Jung Hyung Don to call G-Dragon for her, even trying to flatter him by saying he has that kind of ability.

Jung Hyung Don joked, "G-Dragon waits day and night just for my phone call." Then, he said if the girls successfully finished the first round of the "Random Dance Play," he would connect them to G-Dragon through a phone call.

I hope you give us a lot of support."

You can watch the first video below at 2:30 to hear Jung Hyung Don talk about G-Dragon and the second video below at 5:08 for Sunhwa"s video message.

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Review: 90-Second Preview Edit Of Girls' Generation's New Music Video

Review: 90-Second Preview Edit Of Girls' Generation's New Music Video "Beep Beep" Looks More Like A Cell Phone Ad [VIDEO]

Girls Generation, Beep Beep, SM Entertainment

In a marketing move that can best be described as confusing, Girls Generation released the first 90 seconds of their new music video Beep Beep on YouTube Thursday.Girls' Generation fans can see the glass as half empty or half full.

In a marketing move that can best be described as confusing, Girls' Generation released the first 90 seconds of their new music video "Beep Beep" on YouTube Thursday.

The video clip cuts off abruptly, halfway though the song.

"Beep Beep," particularly in its truncated form, looks more like a cellphone commercial than a music video, as the members of Girls' Generation implore their suitors: "call me up!"

And although the girls look as lovely as you would expect dancing in short shirts in front of a pink backdrop featuring a giant rotary phone, the new Girls' Generation music video lacks the innovation of the mannequin concept in "Gee" or the 50s diner-on-acid gimmick in "Dancing Queen."

Judging from the first 90-seconds of the new video that Girls' Generation's record label SM Entertainment released, directors Tiffany Hwang and Jessica Jung forego an original narrative in "Beep Beep" for "Who Framed Roger Rabbit"-style animated smoke clouds and speech bubbles.

"Who Framed Roger Rabbit," one of the first films to feature a mix of animation and live action, celebrated the 25th anniversary of its release on Thursday.

But getting back to "Beep Beep," the overall effect of the clip, which appears to be shot completely in front of as green screen, is something closer to a Target ad than a music video.

The "Beep Beep" clip ventures into cellphone advertising territory the second the directors employ the rather heavy-handed gimmick of flashing the English phrase "I gotta call you right now," across the screen.

Although Hwang and Jung attempt to pull the video out of Samsung ad territory by using retro rotary phones in the video instead of cellular phones, the tacky-on-purpose style still comes across like an attempt to sell mini skirts or a cell phone plan.

Also, the dancing lacks the snap, crackle and pop that it has had in previous Girls' Generation music videos like "The Boys." The girls seem a bit lethargic, and need some new dance steps.

Paging Justin Timberlake!

Musically, the production on the song is not bad.

The first hook of the verse resembles a beat-propelled version of Carly Rae Jepsen's runaway 2012 hit "Call Me Maybe."

The chorus is catchy and delivered with confidence. Even the lyrical idea of love being transferred through the electrical impulses of the phone lines is quite poetic for a pop song.

Girls' Generation fans will not be disappointed with the song choice, yet visually the "Beep Beep" music video is a serious step back for the band.

Remember, this is a group that brought the streets of Broadway onto a concert hall stage in the epic surrealist video "Paparazzi," a six-minute clip that would have made Michael Jackson proud.

This is the group that performed in a Stanley Kubrick-esque obelisk-based world, a la "2001: A Space Odyssey," in "The Boys."

Considering that with the green screen technology utilized in "Beep Beep," the directors could have literally put Girls' Generation anywhere, the final product, or at least the first 90 seconds of it, is unimpressive.

See the first 90-seconds of the new Girls' Generation video "Beep Beep" RIGHT HERE:

Are the graphics in Girls' Generation's "Beep Beep" reminiscent of "Who Framed Roger Rabbit"? You be the judge:

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