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Korean tvN Drama Liar Game Episode 5 Recap and Screenshots

By in News posted Oct November 6th, 2014 No comments
by Dramabeans: The moment Dal-goo steps out of Da-jung’s house with her stolen prize money, he gets a call from Woo-jin. He’s a nervous mess over the phone, especially since Woo-jin continues to ask questions that make him uncomfortable.So while he tries to pass his nervousness off in order to get off the phone as quickly as possible, Woo-jin knows exactly what went down. That’s why Dal-goo finds him waiting outside his apartment door before he gets home.Caught red-handed, Dal-goo has no choice but to try and defend his actions—in his mind, Da-jung is better off being indebted to the show than his boss. Woo-jin disagrees, and Dal-goo switches to blaming him for being the reason Da-jung is still playing the game in the first place.He tries to throw a punch, but all Woo-jin has to do is move aside for him to miss. Now chastened, Dal-goo is more willing to listen when Woo-jin tells him that it was Do-young who sicced the creditors on Teacher Hyun—what does he think would happen to Da-jung if she became indebted to the show? What if she loses?Dal-goo’s eyes go wide as he asks Woo-jin to help Da-jung if things are that bad

Korean KBS Drama Cantabile Tomorrow Episode 8 Recap and Screenshots

By in News posted Oct November 6th, 2014 No comments
by Dramabeans: Much to Yoo-jin’s shock, the S Orchestra’s performance of “Mambo” is good, and so is the new guy Yoon-hoo, who’s acting as their emergency conductor. In flashback, we see him asking the orchestra to give him a chance to conduct, since he’s performed this piece before and has memorized the score. They look hesitant, but they’re out of options so they agree; and as we’ve already seen, the result is a roaring success.Yoon-hoo is playful and expressive up there on the conductor’s platform, performing as much as the rest of them are and leading them like the life of the party. It’s adorable to watch, and in the back of the auditorium, Yoo-jin’s cloud just gets darker and darker.Streseman seems to have been waiting for this reaction, as he simply stands there praising Yoon-hoo. He looks intrigued the minute Yoo-jin retorts that he’s the star today

Review episode 12 and 13 of “Greatest marriage”

By in News posted Oct November 5th, 2014 No comments
In this episode, I felt quite unsatisfied until I found out that the director's intention is ending the relationship between Tae-Yeon and Gi-Young. Myung- Yion maybe appeared so much on screen. I thought that Gi-Young appeared less than Myung-Yion. I hope that their appearnce on screen is equal.After Gi-Young comes back to the number one spot, she starts reading the out of date news. Their news room gets panic. Her action is always complained by her colleague. She is always doing what she wants. Outside, the women’s group cheers that Gi-Young is back while downstairs, the team is happy the boycott has ended. They watch the ratings, which jump up above 15% and celebrate, like they had anything to do with it. Pffttt, bunch of jerks. Even more hilarious, as soon as Eun Cha starts reading the news, the ratings nosedive below 5%

Korean KBS2 Drama Cantabile Tomorrow Episode 7 Recap and Screenshot

By in News posted Oct November 4th, 2014 No comments
by Dramabeans: Yoo-jin bristles to see the new guy, Yoon-hoo, paying attention to Nae-il, which brings out his inner caveman as he pulls her to himself. Yoon-hoo explains that he’s auditing classes here while on break from Juilliard, and watches Yoo-jin’s display of jealousy with amusement. The scoring for this moment is particularly apropos, with Prokofiev’s famous Montagues-versus-Capulets piece marking the tension, all bombast and machismo. Although let’s be honest here; it’s mostly a one-sided thing, even if Yoo-jin won’t admit it.Nae-il marvels that this is the first time Yoo-jin has hugged her, which puts Yoo-jin in the awkward position of protesting that it totally wasn’t a hug while not wanting to back away entirely—since, you know, he was proving a point to New Guy. But New Guy has his number, sizing up the situation accurately—he guesses that they’re not dating, though he recognizes that things just got harder for himself (and his interest in Nae-il)

Korean OCN Drama Bad Guys Episode 5 Recap and Screenshots

By in News posted Oct November 4th, 2014 No comments
by Dramabeans: Today’s cold open: On a sunny day at the park, a man approaches a woman sitting alone from behind. Reaching into his jacket pocket, he slowly extends his other hand towards her…She jumps in alarm and breathes a sigh of relief, recognizing him. It turns out the man was reaching for a small box—namely, a diamond ring. His girlfriend (?) simply asks him to ask nothing before walking away.At the same time some distance away, a masked man in a hat loads his rifle. He fires the weapon and the woman falls, dead. Another shot rings out, followed by another, and then another.Elsewhere, a peddler puts in a panicked call to the police to report some “strange men” who broke in and beat up him and his men. Those so-called “strange men” are none other than Team Crazy Dogs, and the peddler hands the phone over so that Goo-tak can tell the dispatcher that all is well here

[Highlights] “Modern Farmer,” Episode 3

By in News posted Oct October 27th, 2014 No comments

Episode 3 of “Modern Farmer” gets off to a dramatic start! After the villagers discover that Mr. Flower isn’t the real Mr. Flower, Lee Min Ki blames Kang Yoon Hee for running over the deer with a tractor. He rationalizes that if he blames her then he won’t get kicked out, and he can keep farming.

That lie doesn’t last long, of course, and soon Hwang Man Goo puts together a council vote on whether to kick Excellent Souls out of the village.

In their defense, Lee Min Ki actually brings up a couple reasonable points:

If Mr. Flower had been properly tied in his pen, he wouldn’t have gotten out and gotten hit. Are drivers kicked out of the country for hitting wildlife on the freeway?

However, even with the villagers accepting the rationale, nearly all of them vote against the group

Genre Recommendations: Second Chance K-Dramas

By in News posted Oct October 15th, 2014 No comments

The dashing hero reaches out and holds the hands of his beloved. A gentle wind blows. Our captivating heroine with perfect makeup shyly looks up at the charming lead, who has risked life and limb to defeat all sorts of demons to reach this exact moment. Somehow cherry blossoms are falling around them like a flurry of snowflakes, even though there isn’t a cherry blossom tree in sight. The charming couple locks eyes, they move in for the grand finale: the kiss. They inch closer. And we all swoon when the much anticipated lip lock happens as an upbeat OST track plays in the background, signaling the end of a 20-episode run. We feel good. We are content, satisfied that that couple we had been cheering on for weeks has achieved their happily-ever-happy ending. Right? A recent trend in K-dramas explores the other side of the grand finale and the big kiss

Weekly K-Pop Music Chart 2014 – October Week 2

By in News posted Oct October 15th, 2014 No comments

TaeTiSeo’s “Holler” held off two strong challengers to remain on top of our chart for the second straight week. “Holler” was No. 1 on M!Countdown and Music Bank last week. Overall, they scored 12 points more than last week to solidify its hold on to the top spot. Congratulations once again to TaeTiSeo.

Moving up 10 spots to No. 2 is Ailee’s latest hit “Don’t Touch Me.” It is the title track of her third mini-album “Magazine.” Written by veteran hitmaker Kim Do Hoon, this is an up-tempo jazz sytle song that features a powerful piano intro and drum beat. Ailee’s flawless vocal portrays a woman betrayed by her man. “Don’t Touch Me” won on Inkigayo last week. It’s only a matter of time before this song hits the top on our chart

DramaFever Celebrates Five Years Of Subtitled Korean & International Drama

By in News posted Oct October 14th, 2014 No comments


(Photo : Angie Mills for Kdramastars)
The DramaFever 5th Anniversary Party was a fantastic time for K-Drama fans.

On Thursday, October 9 online subtitled content provider DramaFever celebrated its five year anniversary. The DramaFever 5th Anniversary Party was held at Toshi’s Living Room, a midtown Manhattan venue which also hosted INFINITE’s MTVK performance in 2013.

 

K-Drama and international drama fans gathered together for the opportunity to mingle with one another and speak with DramaFever staff. The party featured a live band who performed rousing renditions of K-Drama original soundtrack hits. Attendees also enjoyed the an open bar and appetizers, during the three hour party.


(Photo : Angie Mills for Kdramastars)
Party-goers had the chance to see a preview of "Tomorrow"s Cantabile

[SPOILERS] Pilot episode drama review – TV Chosun “The Greatest Wedding”

By in News posted Oct October 9th, 2014 No comments

With so many new dramas coming out, sometimes it’s hard to pick which one to watch first. Koreaboo will try to help make that choice easier by bringing you reviews of the premiere episodes of new dramas so that you can make a more informed decision about your drama watching. We will comment and rate on five categories: Plot, character dynamic, genre rating, attractiveness of characters, and whether or not we think it’s worth watching for the remainder of the episodes. Warning: Spoilers ahead.

This week we bring to you a review of TV Chosun’s “The Greatest Wedding” starring Park Siyeon, Bae Soobin and No Minwoo. This drama follows the lives of four different couples and also focuses on Park Siyeon character’s (Cha Kiyoung) decision to live as a single mother.

Disclaimer: These reviews are based solely off the writers’ honest thoughts about the episode, and are in no way meant to discourage anybody from watching the drama!

Plot: 

The pilot episode of this drama is different from any drama we’ve seen, because of the focus on women and their independence, and we loved it! This has been one of the first dramas we’ve seen that pinpoints a lot of social stereotypes that women face everyday, thus bringing in a feminist view into a patriarchal world

K-Pop Mixtape: Idols Sing For Dramas & Soundtracks

By in News posted Oct October 4th, 2014 No comments

 

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Many of us know the title songs from our favorite K-Pop idol"s albums, but every so often an individual from that idol group will make a foray into the world of acting.

Some idols are more experienced in acting at this point while others are still considered rookies. Even so, these acting idols can expect some support from their fellow members, friends, and label mates. How do they express their support you may ask? Why, through song, of course!

Here is a mixtape of popular drama soundtrack songs sung by our favorite idols:

"Stand by Me" by SHINee"s Onew
Drama: Boys Over Flowers

We were graced with Onew"s honey voice throughout almost the entirety of the legendary drama

Asian Games kick off in Incheon

By in News posted Oct September 28th, 2014 No comments

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

K-Drama Feature: 10 Most Intense K-Drama Kisses

By in News posted Oct September 25th, 2014 No comments

Following our last K-Drama kiss feature, "10 Most Innovative Use of Props in Kiss Scenes," here are our top 10 most passionate, most sensual, and most NSFW K-Drama kisses that we"ve seen so far!


"I Need Romance 3"


For this veteran couple, it"s not about how hard you press onto each other"s lips, but they set the mood right with wine, classical music, and dim lighting, ending it with soft nibbling on the lips. The boy slyly reaches for the first button but she stops him with a light touch. The romantic atmosphere and the gentle touches bring up the intensity level up by miles.

Intensity Level: 7


"You Who Came From The Stars"


Kim Soo Hyun just traveled thousand lightyears to see Jun Ji Hyun, his lover from another star and even used his super powers to stop the time to chit chat with her

Top 10 Male Idols Who Can Rock Beanies

By in News posted Oct September 18th, 2014 No comments

You hear a faint beeping sound coming from your phone telling you for the 10th time, that you really need to get up and start your morning. You probably won"t make it to class on time. All that matters now is that you smell decent enough so that the person next to you won"t frown and hope that your hair is left just the way you slept in it -- it"s not. This is where your handy-dandy beanie comes into play. For many of us, beanies are just another way to cover up our mess from tossing and turning in bed, and for us to function throughout the day.


However, these idols listed below have their beanie game on point. It is not just another quick fix for bed-heads or a lazy-way-out, but they show that beanies can also become a fashion statement.



GOT7 BamBam


As the youngest of the GOT7 family, BamBam styles his beanie just like his personality: sweet and simple

[Recap] Jealousy Burns in “The Three Musketeers” Episode 5

By in News posted Oct September 16th, 2014 No comments

Rewind to the end of last week’s episode, where the king declares that he’ll behead Yong Gol Dae himself to show Joseon’s position to the world.

Yong Gol Dae gets word of the King’s order and makes a run for it, and we catch up to Dal Hyang and Yong Gol Dae facing off in the bamboo forest. Dal Hyang tells Yong Gol Dae that he has to capture him since it’s the King’s order, and by the way, he’s not having a very good first day of work, even having been poisoned by a girl. However, since the Prince told him that the King’s order comes first, he’ll hold off on his other mission and take care of Yong Gol Dae.

At the same time, the Prince declares that the 2M (the 2 Musketeers, Seung Po and Min Seo) have to get to Yong Gol Dae first and protect him, setting up our friends for an awkward situation.

Dal Hyang and Yong Gol Dae go at it in the scenic bamboo forest, and Dal Hyang holds his own despite being weakened from the poison

2PM Has Fun in “Go Crazy”

By in News posted Oct September 11th, 2014 No comments
2PM Has Fun in “Go Crazy” Written by Andy On September 11, 2014

2PM sparks feelings of love-hate within me. Some of their songs are good, while others make me want to mute the radio whenever they come on. Since “Hands Up,” 2PM has released rather lackluster tracks, in my opinion. Thus, the teasers for their newest single “Go Crazy” that were released created some apprehension since this was going to be another dance track.

If you want something to make you laugh, then “Go Crazy” succeeds on all counts as it’s actually enjoyable. Initially, I was too busy laughing at everything to really pay attention to the actual quality of the song and MV. However, after a few more listens and watches, being apprehensive was a correct gut feeling.

Whether or not you like the MV depends on how you look at the craziness: so silly and out there that it’s fun, or funny but the nonsense kills the good

Photos from Ladies’ Code RiSe wake begin to emerge

By in News posted Oct September 7th, 2014 No comments

Ladies’ Code’s RiSe is being remembered as she is laid to rest at the Korea University Anan Hospital today with photos from the wake emerged.

On September 7th, RiSe’s wake catered to a number of mourners, including her family, friends and staff from Polaris Entertainment. It is expected that more will be arriving to pay their respects throughout the night.

Ladies’ Code and their staff were involved in major car accident last September 3rd, where their van slipped down a slippery road, hitting the expressway’s wall. Throughout the incident, EunB, passed away on the scene, while the rest of the members received minor injuries.

Earlier today, t was reported that after undergoing numerous surgeries, RiSe has also left this world.

The entire Korean entertainment industry and their fans alike are currently mourning for this loss and sending their condolences to RiSe’s family and friends

LIVE: Idols send heartbreaking messages on Twitter over death of Ladies’ Code RiSe

By in News posted Oct September 7th, 2014 No comments

A number of celebrities have sent their condolences, expressing their sadness on their respective social networking accounts following the fatal car crash that took the life of Ladies’ Code’s EunB’s life, and now just recently RiSe. On September 3rd, Ladies’ Code were involved in a major car accident after their van slipped down a slippery road, hitting the expressway’s wall. A total of seven passengers including the driver were revealed to be in the van.

Throughout the coverage of the accident, it was revealed that EunB, aged 22, passed away on the scene. Now, news has been revealed that member RiSe has also passed away, after receiving numerous surgeries.

With the news breaking out, a number of fans and celebrities alike expressed their concern over the incident, sending their condolences to RiSe’s family and loved ones

LIVE UPDATE: Korean idols send condolences over death of Ladies’ Code RiSe

By in News posted Oct September 7th, 2014 No comments

A number of celebrities have sent their condolences, expressing their sadness on their respective social networking accounts following the fatal car crash that took the life of Ladies’ Code’s EunB’s life, and now just recently RiSe. On September 3rd, Ladies’ Code were involved in a major car accident after their van slipped down a slippery road, hitting the expressway’s wall. A total of seven passengers including the driver were revealed to be in the van.

Throughout the coverage of the accident, it was revealed that EunB, aged 22, passed away on the scene. Now, news has been revealed that member RiSe has also passed away, after receiving numerous surgeries.

With the news breaking out, a number of fans and celebrities alike expressed their concern over the incident, sending their condolences to RiSe’s family and loved ones

An Assortment of Tunes on Super Junior’s “Mamacita”

By in News posted Oct September 6th, 2014 No comments
An Assortment of Tunes on Super Junior’s “Mamacita” Written by Willis On September 5, 2014

Two years have passed since Super Junior’s last outing under the main group. They have promoted with Super Junior-M and done various other projects in the interim. This cycle marks the return of members Leeteuk and Heechul, who have been absent during their last promotions because of military enlistment. It is also the first Super Junior album without Yesung, also due to military enlistment.

During their last promotions, the group surprised long time fans with their slight change of sound in Sexy, Free, and Single. Are we in for a stronger deviation from the Super Junior Funky with Mamacita?

It has been argued before that Super Junior is great at selling themselves rather than simply just the merit of their music