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Eric Nam appeared to be ready to hit the dance floor, sharing the above photo on January 22 with the caption “Orange dancin’ shoes. Wassup.”
Producer David Kim posted a photo with LeeSsang’s Gary on his Instagram, writing “#Selfie before heading home from work with @gaegun hyung. What he said before he left, “Next time, let’s mobilize at Boom Bar and Mad Holic.” ㅋㅋ. Congrats on the daebak album! Looking forward to your next album too. #zottomola.”
Whenever “next time” is, we’ll be there.
G-Dragon posted another photo of himself and Taeyang, schmoozing with Paris Fashion Week’s finest, writing “With #carine_roitfeld at #saint_laurent show
Lee Hwi Kyung (Park Hae Jin) starts to be suspicious and asks Chairman Lee (Lee Jung Gil) about Lee Jae Kyung’s (Shin Sung Rok) ex-wife, while Yoo Suk (Oh Sang Jin) gets attacked by an unidentified assailant and Yoo Semi (Yoo In Na) finds Do Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun) to discuss what just happened. Chun Song Yi (Jun Ji Hyun) is restless when she sees just Do Min Joon and Yoo Se Mi go inside Do Min Joon’s house…
Chun Song Yi: It’s a little embarrassing for me to say, but there was a time when I was voted most wanted to date by single men in Korea
Rainbow Blaxx, the sexy subunit of girl group Rainbow consisting of members Jaekyung, Hyunyoung, Seung Ah, and Woori, held its showcase at Olleh Square Dream Hall in Gwanghwamun, Seoul on January 20 just ahead of its mini-concert with fans.
The four members quickly appeared on stage with their black and white sexy office outfits after the hall lights were dimmed, and performed their title track “Cha Cha” off of special album “RB Blaxx” for the first time. The retro disco track is the result of respected composer Yoon Sang and East4A’s collaboration. The lyrics “I hate it. I like it” in particular conveys the thoughts and feelings of confident women
We can’t even begin to explain the roller coaster ride of emotions we went through with Episode 10 with the drama being pure comedy in one second and absolute horror in another.
We tried to get as many good moments in as we could, so take a look!
Boss Hong:Excuse me. Do you remember me?
Do Min Joon: You are….?
Boss Hong: I told you last time that you leave a good impression.
Oh yes! And I have this-
Do Min Joon: I’m not buying.
Poor Boss Hong.
Chun Song Yi: “What are you doing?”
What isn’t he responding? Is he sleeping?
“Are you sleeping?”
OH! He read it, he read it!
…Why isn’t he replying if he read it?
This is one of the most ANNOYING THINGS EVER
We’ve reached the halfway point of “Man from the Stars” and the show continues to astound viewers. Episodes 9 and 10 focus largely on present day events, exploring the topics of love, money (or lack there of), and sinister plots. Song Yi must confront her growing feelings for Min Joon, while at the same time, Min Joon already worries about what consequences his future departure will have on Song Yi. Jae Kyung continues with his murderous plans, but Min Joon isn’t content with letting Jae Kyung have his way. Be ready for some dramatic confrontations!
The Consequences of Kissing Song Yi
Min Joon spends the first half of Episode 9 recovering from an extremely high fever. Turns out he’s not immune to human saliva, in fact, it makes him extremely sick. He may have initiated the kiss, but I have a feeling he’ll be thinking twice before leaning in for another
Sadly, duo groups are not as prevalent in K-Pop, but they are growing with the help of sub-units and popular collaborations. People love these duos because they can focus on just two people who work admirably well together in their partnership. While showing off an intimate relationship almost like a couple or a pair of best friends, these duos use both members" unique traits and skills to an advantage.
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Which duos are especially eye-catching with their amazing chemistry and teamwork?
GD & T.O.P
Obviously, it would have been difficult for G-Dragon to pick just one fellow Big Bang member for the first duo, but he eventually went with T
Actor Choi Daniel, who recently starred in Wax"s MV for "Coin Laundry," appeared on KBS 2TV"s "Happy Together 3" and revealed the interesting story as to how he got his name.
SEE ALSO: Wax tries to wash away the pain from a past love with "Coin Laundry (Never Loved)" MV starring Choi Daniel and Son Soo Hyun
He said, "I have a brother who is older than me by 6 years. After he was born, my mother was very unwell and did not want another child, which is why my dad got a vasectomy . . . However, even after that, I was born. They named me Daniel because they thought of me as "the son from the heavens.""
He also talked about how children would call him Yogi Daniel, who was an entertainer famous for his flexibility, and they ask him to squeeze himself into a desk
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
Lee Jun Ki in talks for new SBS weekend drama ‘Angel Eyes’ + Han Ga In denies rumors of her casting offer
SEE ALSO: Lee Jun Ki"s "My Dear" ranks #1 on Oricon Daily Album Chart
According to multiple insiders, Lee Jun Ki and Han Ga In are in talks to play the lead roles of Dong Joo and Soo Wan, respectively. Kang Ha Neul and Nam Ji Hyun are also in talks to play the younger versions of the lead characters.
Lee Jun Ki"s agency rep told MyDaily on January 14, ""Angel Eyes" is a production which [Lee Jun Ki] is currently reviewing. Lee Jun Ki is promoting in China and Japan at the moment. Following his [overseas] promotions later this month, he will make a decision on his casting offer."
However, Han Ga In"s agency BH Entertainment rep denied the rumors as they stated, "Han Ga In has never received a casting offer for "Angel Eyes"
“Prime Minister And I” – Episode 7, 8 Recap by Couch-Kimchi:
So you already know that I had to be talked into watching this and my reasons for not wanting to watch were fairly lame. I’m back to confess once again how wrong I was. (LOL) We only had one episode this week but it was so much fun! A pivotal episode where both our leads seem to be aware they’re falling in love. *squeeee*
Da Jung tries helping our Prime Minister sleep by reading to him but she falls asleep – and plops right onto his shoulder. However, she wakes up when he tries to move her into a comfortable position and accuses him of being a wolf. (LOL) He also doesn’t like her using his bathroom, especially when she waltzes out in a bathrobe with wet hair.
Uncle Jung-Ki plots to have an important cabinet meeting cancelled by bribing other Ministers not to show up
Series Review: Answer Me 1994 (by Couch-Kimchi)
The reason why our youth is painful is that its all full of unknowns. Its like the time of taking an exam, when there’s so many blanks that we have no idea what to put. When I look back at those times, there were no right answers to the blanks. But for some reasons, I had a fear of someone holding an answer sheet & grading the papers. And also with a fear of what if I write different answers than other people.
I have gained more than I could possibly have just by watching this series. It brought lessons, not to simply preach about it but to make us realize the life we have and how we are living it with the people who matters most.
Watching the series again with a more open heart brought more meaning than just seeing how the romance and heartbreak unfold right before me
Answer Me 1994: A Special Finale Discussion by Couch-Kimchi:
Episode 20 was a big blow for me because I really saw how the story came about in this episode. Watching it with subtitles really had a huge impact, not to say that it didn’t stir my emotions already. My initial assumptions had a new light, seeing how each moment comes in full view. It brought a different kind of experience that made me think otherwise. It is a hard pill to swallow at first. But don’t let yourself miss out on the story because of this.
Now a simple surprise for you all. I’m not going to do this alone. As you already know, I am a biased Chil Bong shipper. So just to balance this post and to help us all understand the story much better, with a different point of view and amazing insights, I am writing this with a good friend whom I respect as a blogger herself
“Empress Ki” Episode 17 - 18 Recap by Couch-Kimchi:
Things moved along nicely, I’m happy with the pace since we have a long ways to go. We have a curse to deal with and we got to see a jealous Goryeo King! I’m thisclose to boarding the WY/SN ship but who knows where I’ll be next week. (LOL) My mind changes on an hourly basis.
We open on Wang Yoo flashing back on the intimate scene on the bridge. He breaks the cup he’s holding in frustration (anger? sadness? all of these?) cutting his hand. Ta Hwan watches Ki and teases that she only allowed him her back – why not a hug? (LOL) He suddenly pulls her close and covers her ears, telling her he wants to challenge El Terror but that she witnessed him weak makes him want to die. Can she hear him? If so, she pretends that she can’t.
While Ki reads to Ta Hwan, Wang Yoo is outside shooting arrows
Answer Me 1994: Episodes 14 to 19 Recap by Couch-Kimchi:
One more day and this drama will end! I’m really excited to watch the finale.
On that note, shall we focus on the story and set aside the shippers war?? Oppa and Chil Bong respect each other so much to even compete for Na Jung. She isn’t a prize to be won here. I know that being on either side brought tension and less excitement to some viewers. Personally, I avoid staying at threads because it also influence me. Just to stay within the story, and enjoy it more, let me share with you a view from where I am. Biases aside. I love Oppa so much I’m not going to trash talk him. He doesn’t deserve that, even if I’m on Team Chil Bong.
What can we do?? The writer is detailed, so detailed in fact that everything we’ve watched has a reason why it is placed there
“Empress Ki” – Episode 15 - 16 Recap by Couch-Kimchi:
When I started this weeks recap, I realized I’d much rather just talk about what’s going on that do a scene-by-scene recap. I hope you don’t mind this sudden departure from my regular pattern! We’ll see how it goes, I might just do it this way from now on.
This week, we see Wang Yoo stepping up his plans to gain back his throne by defeating El Terror. It’s interesting that almost everyone wants to get rid of El Terror but Wang Yoo is the only person so far to take any actual steps towards this goal. I know Baek-Ahn and Tal Tal murdered one of El Terror’s men but it was my thinking that had to do with keeping El Terror from finding the Blood Vow before they do. Even if they find it, I’m not sure at this point what they would do with it
JYJ’s Kim Jaejoong and Gummy will be doing a duet together.
Their agency C-JeS Entertainment revealed on January 13, “Jaejoong’s repackaged album, ‘WWW Removing My Makeup’ will be released on January 20, and it will contain a duet with Gummy. Their duet track, ‘Heaven,’ is an emotional pop ballad, and it will be the repackaged album’s title track.”
“Kim Jaejoong wrote the lyrics based on the movie ‘A Moment to Remember,’ and Gummy’s featuring on the song made for a beautiful harmonization between the two singers.”
Gummy joined JYJ’s agency, C-JeS Entertainment in October 2013, and since then has guested at Jaejoong’s concert and collaborated with Jaejoong’s fellow JYJ member Kim Junsu on a remake of Kim Kwang Suk‘s “The Reason for Love
Warning: Contains Spoilers
Last year, tvN scored a smash hit with “Reply 1997,” transporting us to a much simpler decade infused with nostalgia, growing pains, 90s pop culture and fan girls. The drama premiered with little hype, but gained recognition through word of mouth, becoming a sensation and breaking the 6% ratings barrier, considered to be high for a cable drama, and that’s not even counting the rebroadcasts. In fact, Episodes 15 and 16 of “Reply 1997” was broadcast on tvN, Olive, Mnet, OCN, Onstyle and Ongamenet simultaneously. Set in 1997 Busan, “Reply 1997″ was the coming-of-age story of a group of high schoolers who grow through their own share of teenage troubles
2014 may have begun more than a week ago now, but people are undoubtedly still writing 2013 on applications, papers, and such, aren"t they? The transition is never as easy, plus it is always nice to look back at the past year and sum it up so you can move onto the next with a fully refreshed mindset.
This is why allkpop writers alim17 and jennywill collaborated to put together some of the biggest trends of 2013. Check them out below!
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Dramas that deal with the supernatural
We think it"s fairly safe to say that 2012 was pretty saturated with time traveling, particularly between the modern era and something more like the Chosun Dynasty
American writer Kate DiCamillo’s “The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulane” recently sold over 30,000 copies.
The book was first published in 2009, and was quickly forgotten without receiving much interest. However, it’s as if the book has sprouted wings; it’s selling like crazy. This is because of its appearance in the currently very hot SBS drama, “Man From the Stars.”
In the drama, which is about the fateful love story of 400-year-old alien Do Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun) and top star Chun Song Yi (Jun Ji Hyun), Do Min Joon is often seen reading books, and they have become more than just simple props.
The lines from the book fantastically fall in line with the innocent heart of Do Min Joon, and give his story another level of wholeness, as well as an additional element of foreshadowing in the drama