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Baek Yoon Shik

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Baek Yoon Shik

Name: 백윤식 / Baek Yoon Shik (Baek Yun Sik)
Profession: Actor
Birthdate: 1947-Mar-16
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Star sign: Pisces
Blood type: B
Family: Son/actor Baek Do Bin & Baek Seo Bin
Talent agency: Namoo Actors

TV Shows

Immortal Classic (Channel A, 2012)
Deep Rooted Tree (SBS, 2011)
Harvest Villa (TVN, 2010)
Hero (MBC, 2009)
Apgujeong House 압구정 종갓집 (SBS, 2003, sitcom)
Jang Hee Bin (KBS, 2002)
Ladies of the Palace (SBS, 2001)
Duk Yi (SBS, 2000)
Until the Azalea Blooms 진달래꽃 필때까지 (KBS2, 1998)
A Bluebird Has It 파랑새는 있다 (KBS2, 1997)
Jang Nok Soo (KBS, 1995)
War And Love 전쟁과 사랑 (MBC, 1995)
Han Myeong Hoe 한명회 (KBS, 1994)
The Moon of Seoul 서울의 달 (MBC, 1994)
Independence Gate 독립문 (KBS1, 1984)

Kim Ha Neul

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Kim Ha Neul

Name: 김하늘 / Kim Ha Neul
Nickname: Olive
Profession: Actress and model
Birthdate: 1978-Feb-21
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Height: 167cm
Weight: 45kg
Star sign: Pisces
Blood type: B
Family: Younger brother
Talent agency: Yedang Entertainment
Education: Yong Gok Elementary School, Yang Kang Middle School, Keum OkGirls’ High School, Seoul Institute of the Arts – Film Major (Enrolledin 1997)
Religion: Roman Catholic
Christian name: Cecilia
Hobbies: Listening to music and traveling

Lee Na Young

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Lee Na Young

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Name: 이나영 / Lee Na Young
Profession: Actress and model
Birthdate: 1979-Feb-22
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Height: 169cm
Weight: 48kg
Star sign: Pisces
Blood type: B
Talent agency: Boundaries of Forest
Family: Older sister and older brother

TV Shows

The Fugitive : Plan B (KBS2, 2010)
High Kick Through The Roof (MBC, 2010) cameo
Ireland (MBC, 2004)
Ruler of Your Own World (MBC, 2002)
Magic Castle (KBS2, 1999)
Queen (SBS, 2000)
Love Story (SBS, 1999)
Did We Really Love (MBC, 1999)
Kaist (SBS, 1999)

Seo Woo

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Seo Woo

Name: 서우 / Seo Woo (Suh Woo)
Real name: 김문주 / Kim Moon Joo (Kim Mun Ju)
Profession: Actress
Birthdate: 1985-Jul-07
Birthplace: South Korea
Height: 162cm
Weight: 43kg
Star sign: Cancer

TV Shows

Glass Mask (TvN, 2012)
Knock (MBN, 2012)
If Tomorrow Comes (SBS, 2011)
Flames of Ambition (MBC, 2010)
Cinderella’s Sister (KBS2, 2010)
Tempted Again (MBC, 2009)
Kimchi Cheese Smile (MBC, 2007)

So Ji Sub

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So Ji Sub

Name: 소지섭 / So Ji Sub
Also known as: So(h) Ji Sup / So Ji Seop
Profession: Actor, Model
Birthdate: 1977-Nov-04
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Height: 182cm
Weight: 70kg
Star sign: Scorpio
Blood type: O
Education: Chungwoon University (Acting major)
Skill: Swimming (Medalist at the National Athletic Meet)
Hobbies: All kinds of sports
Family: Mother and an older sister
Talent agency: 51k

TV Series

Song Ok Sook

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Song Ok Sook

Name: 송옥숙 / Song Ok Sook (Song Ok Suk)
Birthdate: 1960-Aug-14
Profession: Actress

TV Shows

My Daughter Seo Yeong (KBS2, 2012)
I Love You (SBS, 2012)
Bridal Mask (KBS2, 2012)
Rooftop Prince (SBS, 2012)
What’s Up? (MBN, 2011)
Brain (KBS, 2011)
Tree With Deep Roots (SBS, 2011)
While You Were Sleeping (SBS, 2011)
Thorn Birds (KBS2, 2011)
Dae Mul (SBS, 2010)
More Charming by the Day (MBC, 2010)
Pasta (MBC, 2010)
Smile, You (SBS, 2009)
Queen Seon Duk (MBC, 2009)
Can Anyone Love (SBS, 2009)
Innocent You (SBS, 2008)
Beethoven Virus (MBC, 2008)
Hometown Legends (KBS2, 2008)
Don’t Ask Me About the Past (OCN, 2008)
Why Did You Come to My House (SBS, 2008)
Woman of Matchless Beauty, Park Jung Kum (MBC, 2008)
Bad Love (KBS2, 2007)
Belle (KBS1, 2007)
Fly High (SBS, 2007)
Witch Amusement (SBS, 2007)
My Lovely Fool (SBS, 2006)
My Sister (MBC, 2006)
Mr Goodbye (KBS2, 2006)
The Book of Three Han (MBC, 2006)
Hello, God (KBS2, 2006)
Love Needs a Miracle (SBS, 2005)
Hometown Station (KBS1, 2005)
Only You (SBS, 2005)
Fashion 70′s (SBS, 2005)
5th Republic (MBC, 2005)
The Bean Chaff of My Life (MBC, 2003)
Kitchen Maid (MBC, 2002)
Man of the Sun, Lee Je-ma (KBS2, 2002)
Glass Slippers (SBS, 2002)
Winter Sonata (KBS2, 2002)
Magic Castle (KBS1, 1999)

T.O.P Explains Why He Hasn’t Been On Many Variety Shows Lately

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T.O.P Explains Why He Hasn’t Been On Many Variety Shows Lately

On October 20, T.O.P (Choi Seung Hyun), actor and member of BIGBANG appeared in an interview on MBC’s “Section TV Entertainment” with fellow “The Alumni” co-stars Kim Yoo Jung and Yoon Jae Moon.

In the interview, T.O.P told the story of how he injured his hand while filming the movie. “I did all the action scenes without a stunt double,” and “I cut my hand against a piece of broken glass. I had to get stitches and could not film for a month.”

Running Man Episode 170 Recap

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Running Man Episode 170 Recap

Running Man Episode 170 Recap By DramaBeans

Running Man EPISODE 170. Broadcast on November 3, 2013.

A cyclone descends on the land of Oz, leaving behind two bewildered visitors: co-stars of the spy movie Alumni, Kim Yoo-jung and TOP. I have a feeling you’re not at the Busan International Film Festival anymore.

Still, the My Sassy Girl tree is a familiar site, and when TOP asks if she recognizes it, he gives us our first corny joke of the day with the answer: “It’s a pine tree.” Lol.

allkpop's Top 50 K-Pop MVs of 2013: 1-25

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allkpop's Top 50 K-Pop MVs of 2013: 1-25

Throughout the month of December, we brought you our list of the best and most important K-Pop songs of 2013. Now, with the new year, we”re pleased to present the best K-Pop music videos of 2013! 

Read on to find out where your favorites rank in our list. On today”s list, we bring you the second half – numbers 25 through 1.

SEE ALSO: allkpop”s Top 50 K-Pop MVs of 2013: 26-50


25. SHINee “Dream Girl”
Label:
SM Entertainment
Release Date: February 19th, 2013

SHINee“s been a busy, busy group this year, knocking out comeback after comeback with very little time for breaks in between- so much so that it seems like “Dream Girl“, their first video of 2013, came out much earlier than it actually did. The video features all five guys navigating a strange, topsy-turvy dream world while chasing a faceless girl in a painting through rooms where time and gravity have no meaning.

Chad Future “Rock the World ft. VIXX Ravi” On-Set Exclusive

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Chad Future “Rock the World ft. VIXX Ravi” On-Set Exclusive

I met with Chad Future a few months ago on the set of “Rock the World” at around 9:30 p.m. I stumbled onto the set holding two bottles of champagne and a vanilla cake with “You did it!” scrawled amateurishly in chocolate along its bottom edge. Future had emailed me a few days ago with their schedule; assuming they were on track, they had been on set since at least 9 a.m. with no intention of stopping until the shoot was over. Smaller artists and companies don’t have the same luxuries the Big Three can afford: multi-day movie shoots, extravagant locations, actual pyrotechnics. I figured the cake and champagne would provide some consolation from a grueling work day, what with the glamour and lifestyle of these big-headed entertainment types. Much to my surprise, I found out less than 15 minutes after arriving that Future is: (1) hardly a big-headed entertainment type, (2) does not treat his work as Work, and (3) doesn’t drink.

Director describes general as "an icon of unity and harmony"

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Director describes general as

“The spirit is admiral Yi Sun-sin who sacrifices his life and devotes himself is something people around the world can emulate from”. So said Kim Han-min, the director of “The Admiral: Roaring Currents”, in a meeting with moviegoers held on August 21 to mark the passing of 16 million in ticket sales. “The 16 million is an incredible number”, Kim said. “I can”t thank you enough. Thank you so much”, Kim said. He also said admiral Yi united Korean people in difficult times and led them to victory. He described Yi as “an icon of unity and harmony”.Viewers asked a series of questions one after another. A middle-aged man said he was able to emulate Yi”s courage to get through a surgery. Then, he handed a letter he personally wrote to Kim. In return, the director gave the viewer a book about admiral Yi. The film “The Admiral: Roaring Currents”, which set a record on August 19 since its release 21 days ago, is about a sea battle victory in 1597, the 30th year of King Seonjo”s reign. Yi had only 12 war ships but beat the Japanese navy who had over 300. Of the 128 minutes of running time, the battle scenes lasted as long as 61 minutes, and were just spectacular and absolutely breathtaking. Kim, who directed “Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon” (2011), a film about a 17th-century war between Joseon and China, has had admiral Yi on his mind for a long time. Born in Suncheon, Jeollanam-do (South Jeolla Province), he has seen many relics related to Yi in his hometown and gotten interested in his story. The film narrates the history in which admiral Yi accomplished one of the biggest victories of the war despite the fact that it was also the most difficult time in his life. Kim said he hopes to make films about other sea battles led by admiral Yi and said his next film is likely to be a historical drama.

K-content brings the world together

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K-content brings the world together

Many parts of the world these days are focusing their eyes on things Korean and on both Korean mass media and traditional culture. The trend can be seen by the number of entries received in the “Fall in Love With Korea” contest, an event hosted by the Korean Culture and Information Service (KOCIS), part of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and publisher of Korea.net. The contest was held from July 21 to August 20 and invited people from around the world to submit self-created content that was somehow related to Korea. The categories covered photography, videos and comic strips or graphic novels. KOCIS received a total of 4,272 entries from 117 countries around the world. Among the submissions were photos featuring hand-made Hanbok, traditional Korean attire, and video clips of war photography from the Korean War (1950-53). There are also some videos of people singing and dancing note-to-note to their favorite Korean pop or hip hop song. A list of the participating nationalities might come as an eye-popper. Entries came not only from Asia, but also from Africa, the Middle East, the U.S. and Europe. Even areas that are comparatively unknown in Korea, such as Aruba in the Dutch Antilles, Andorra in the Pyrenees, Bhutan in the Himalayas, Eritrea in the Horn of Africa and Iceland, all made an entry into the competition. The Philippines submitted the most entries at 672, while Indonesia ranked second with 502 submissions. They were followed by Malaysia (411), the U.S. (313) and Iran (134). Even Israel and Palestine, two bodies in conflict with each other, and, in particular, Syria and Ukraine, both suffering from warfare, contributed to the event, with 11 or 12 entries each. A total of three grand prize winners were recognized: one in photography, one in videos and one in comic strips. There were then 30 second-place prizes and 50 third-place prizes given out. Among the second-place winners, 15 of them were recognized for their excellence and creativity in video-making, 10 for photography and 5 for their comic strips. In third-place, there were 25 videos, 15 photographs and 10 comic strips. The first-prize winning video clip is the creation of Maria Jose Belen Gonzalez Vielma, a 22-year-old Chilean student, titled, “Why I Like Korea”. She said she started learning Korean at the age of 12 when she fell in love with Korean soap operas and telenovelas. As she made friends with a Korean family in her hometown, she got more interested in things Korean. In the video, Vielma sang in fluent Korean, “I Miss You”, by Kim Bum-soo, part of the sound track from the popular 2003 soap opera “Stairway to Heaven“.

Catch Up with B.A.P During MTV Sessions Media Interview

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Catch Up with B.A.P During MTV Sessions Media Interview

On the afternoon of September 11, just hours before the MTV Sessions with B.A.P, the members met with several media outlets taking time to answer questions. As the media has been requested to field only questions relating to their songs and performance, the questions submitted by Soompiers through Twitter hash tag #BAP_Soompi may have been rephrased to meet the requirement.

Let’s find out if your question has been answered through the round-robin style interview and other updates on the boys!

Art defies borders at the DMZ

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Art defies borders at the DMZ

Back Seung-woo, “Stigmata” ; Albert Samreth, “Dancers on a Plane” By Park Sang-moon

A collection of photographs taken by artist Back Seung-woo shows areas near the DMZ, and another display at Woljeong-ri Station, created by Choi Jae-eun, is a neon sign that reads “No Borders Exist in Nature”, while sound recordings of a United Nations soldier from the 1950-53 Korean War are played. The tour came to an end near the 362-meter summit of Mount Soyi, where a display of home appliances made by U.S. conceptual artist Albert Samreth wowed the crowd.

Asian Games kick off in Incheon

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Asian Games kick off in Incheon

The Incheon Asian Games 2014, one of the biggest sporting events on the continent of Asia, kicked off its 16-day run on September 19, with a spectacular opening ceremony at the Incheon Asiad Main Stadium. Under the theme of “Diversity Shines Here”, the sporting festival for all 4.5 billion Asians in the world brings together more than 14,000 athletes and delegates from 45 teams, with gold, silver and bronze medals up for grabs in a total of 36 sporting events. The number of competing teams in this year”s Asian Games — representing a total of 45 countries, territories or cities — is the highest number in the history of the games, uniting the Asian continent into one. South Korean President Park Geun-hye, along with President Kim Young-soo of the Incheon Asian Games Organizing Committee, the Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) President Sheikh Ahmad Al-Fahad Al-Sabah and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach, all attended the opening ceremony, cheering on the participating athletes. The opening ceremony was choreographed with a single descriptive phrase in mind: “Like a mother, the waters of the host city, Incheon, welcome and embrace all the visitors who have traveled here from their 45 homelands”. Directed by renowned film makers Im Kwon-taek and Jang Jin, the spectacle brought together in unity all the Asian people.

"Gangnam 1970" to be released outside Korea

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The much anticipated Korean film of Lee Minho and Kim RaewonGangnam 1970” will be also released internationally.
“Gangnam 1970″ will be distributed in Japan, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Vietnam, Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and other Asian countries. It was initially promoted to be released in December this year, was moved earlier to November 2014. However, it was confirmed that the release date of the movie was changed to January 2015.
“Gangnam 1970″ (previously entitled “Gangnam Blues”), which used a worldwide hit OPM song “Anak” on its trailer, is a noir action film written and directed by Yoo Ha. Lee Minho will be top-billing it with Kim Raewon. The story happened in 1970 featuring the backdrop of the real estate development of Seoul”s Gangnam district. Lee Minho and Kim Raewon are childhood friends, but their friendship will be tested as the story gets deeper.

Boys Republic’s “The Real One” Is A Successful End to a Trilogy

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Boys Republic’s “The Real One” Is A Successful End to a Trilogy

Boys Republic’s “The Real One” Is A Successful End to a Trilogy Written by Moni On November 19, 2014

Boys Republic has returned with their third single of the year, “The Real One,” successfully completing their 2014 Fantasy Trilogy. “The Real One” follows February’s “Video Game” and July’s “Dress Up” with a new “battle of the eras” concept: 1920s Boys Republic versus 2014 Boys Republic. Despite gaining ground in Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, and the Philippines, Boys Republic has yet to make a significant dent in the Korean music industry. Will this be the song to do it?

B1A4's Baro Plays A Brave Dwarf

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B1A4's Baro Plays A Brave Dwarf

 

B1A4″s Baro has proven that he can rap and sing and dance. He also proved he could act when he appeared in “Reply 1997″ and played the part of a mentally challenged young man in the drama “God”s Gift – 14 Days.” His role in “God”s Gift – 14 Days” earned him praise and several award nominations, including 50th Baeksang Arts Awards nominations for Best New Actor and Most Popular Actor, as well as an APAN award nomination for Best Actor.

Ahn Eun Jung

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Ahn Eun Jung

Name: 안은정 / Ahn Eun Jung
Profession: Actress
Birthdate: 2002-Jan-01
Birthplace: South Korea

TV Dramas

Glass Mask (TvN, 2012)
Glory Jane (KBS2, 2011)
Definitely Neighbors (SBS, 2010)
Queen of Housewives (MBC, 2009)

Movies

Enemy at the Dead End (2010)
No Mercy (2010)

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Bae Doo Na

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 Bae Doo Na

Name: 배두나 / Bae Doo-na (Bae Du-na)
Profession: Actress, Model
Date of birth: October 11, 1979
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Height: 171cm
Weight: 49kg
Blood type: O
Family: Parents, older brother, younger brother
Education: Graduate of Hanyang University

TV Series

Gloria (MBC, 2010)
God of Study (KBS2, 2010)
How to Meet a Perfect Neighbor (SBS, 2007)
Someday (OCN, 2006)
Beating Heart (MBC, 2005)
Rosemary (KBS, 2003)
Country Princess (MBC, 2003)
Mothers and Sisters (MBC, 2000)
Turn Your Angry Face (KBS, 2000)
RNA (KBS, 2000)
Love Story (SBS, 1999)
School (KBS, 1999)
Kwangki Ad Maniac (KBS, 1998)