The wait is finally over as Woollim Entertainment‘s newest female artist Jin finally releases her highly anticipated music video for “Gone,” featuring EXO‘s Xiumin and Kim Yoo Jung!
Just like we were able to predict from the teaser clips in the past, the music video proves to be a sad one, with our two leads in a heart-aching, young love.
The setting, mood and direction of the music video matches perfectly with the song lyrics, which is about reminiscing the good times, which also brings pain from the absence of a past lover, who is now “Gone.”
Xiumin portrays a wealthy boy who falls in love but has a certain kind of setback while Kim Yoo Jung plays a lovely young girl who has lost her sight
As K-Drama fans, we recognize a couple of favorite faces and big names. These are the acting royalty, making up the top tier of Korean Hollywood, constantly being casted and re-casted as protagonists, and basking in the spotlight of our TV/computer screens.
There"s a reason that these actors/actresses are always snagging the big roles; they bring life to their characters with a certain style and flair. But as they grow older and move on to take on more mature roles, we have to ask, who will be the second generation acting royalty? Who are the up-and-coming actors/actresses that we can expect to reign in the future? Here are some of allkpop"s choices for 7 K-Drama queens and their successors. Take a look!
The Quirky Princess
When it comes to acting naive, confused, yet cute like a Disney fairytale princess, Yoon Eun Hye ("Goong", "Coffee Prince") is the best
BTS Unleashes “Dark&Wild” Written by Andy On August 23, 2014
After releasing the EP Skool Luv Affair earlier this year, the hardworking group BTS has come back with their first full album, Dark&Wild. They definitely weren’t kidding with the title. Gone is the sappy, innocent attitude. Now, we have an angsty and rather angry group of young men (and one boy) who are being unleashed.
Dark&Wild involves participation from the group on all songs, which is nice. We also see a better line distribution than with their previous releases. Jin and V are both rather good when it comes to their vocals, and it shows. Even Jimin is doing more than executing those crazy high notes. Their lyricism and talents have improved: the rapping is sharper and the vocals clearer
EPISODE 5 RECAP by Dramabeans
Yul is taken aback by the surprise kiss (but… kisses!), but even more alarmed to learn that there’s a spy within the estate. He gets defensive about said kiss later, blustering that their lip smacking was more like a car crash, and warns her against assaulting his lips again. Pfft, the man doth protest too much, methinks.
Anyhow, he instructs her to throw out her copy of their contract while he’ll do the same, but Da-jung isn’t about to get rid of her insurance that easily—what’ll they do if he eats and run on their agreement? As in he’ll get what he wants and runs?
That statement leads to another spat until Yul finally tells her to do as she’s told with his trademark “That’s an order!” line
Answer Me 1994: Episode 13 by Drama Beans: “The 10,000 hour rule”
In 2002, we finally wind down the most boring wedding ceremony in history, as a couple of guests speculate about the Very Special Wedding Singer coming today, whom Samcheonpo introduces… as himself, ha. Everyone grumbles in disappointment.
The song is The Blue’s “Feeling Only You,” and Samcheonpo declares himself the Sohn Ji-chang role in this duet, with someone else filling in for Kim Min-jong’s part. Ooh, I want it to be Binggeure, now a successful singer. Samcheonpo belts out the first verse, and passes the metaphorical baton over to his partner… omg, it’s Kim Min-jong? The real one? Oppaaaaaa! (Hey, y’all have Garbage oppa, I have Min-jong oppa
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Chuseok is all about family, spending time with those here with us now and paying respect to those who have passed