my love from another star ep 3 sinopsis
The world of K-pop is currently ablaze with dating rumors and scandals. To keep everyone updated, so far Soyeon and Oh Jong Hyuk have confirmed to be dating while Kim Woo Bin and Yoo Ji Ahn have also confirmed their relationship and actor Jung Kyung Ho revealed that he has a girlfriend.
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In addition, there have been rumors about whether Sulli is dating Dynamic Duo"s Choiza. Now, joining the list, is a new rumor that INFINITE"s L is dating ulzzang Kim Do Yeon who is known for her statement of eating 1.2 tons of chocolate over the past 6 years on tvN"s "Martian Virus"
If you are a new K-Pop fan, there is no doubt that some of you are confused about all this Korean terminology casually thrown around regarding your favorite stars. If you are a seasoned K-Pop fan, you probably already know most of these terms and teach them to your friends who are new to K-pop! Regardless, a little terminology 411 can"t hurt so here are some of the most commonly used Korean words below.
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Possibly synonymous with Sunny, the Queen of Aegyo! "Aegyo" means super cuteness, like when someone does a very adorable act ranging from giving simple puppy eyes to clinging to another"s arm and whining in a lovable fashion. Aegyo seems to be a huge part of the Korean culture and people love it a lot! I, personally, find it to be a bit too much at times and I definitely don"t have any in my inventory
On the bus, Chun-soo is dead asleep as Jin-hee positions his head back on her shoulder. Chang-min pulls up next to the bus in his car at a stoplight, but neither Chang-min nor Jin-hee see each other. The bus jerks Chun-soo awake and Jin-hee feigns sleep. He nudges her awake, with an “Asleep already?” and she makes a big show of yawning and stretching.As the two order breakfast, Chun-soo tells Jin-hee that she should go do medical volunteer work on an island somewhere. “I think that’s the best fit for you,” he says. Jin-hee replies, “I’d like that. But I’d like to finish my internship first.” She hesitates for a moment before asking, “What’s going to happen to me now?” Chun-soo’s answer is noncommittal, and not particularly comforting: “That depends on your fate.”When the restaurant ajumma mistakenly assumes that Jin-hee is Chun-soo’s “pretty wife,” both Jin-hee and Chun-soo share an awkward moment
Im Seul-ong, Wang Ji-hye
It’s a casting bonanza for Hotel King, which has not only secured Lee Dong-wook and Lee Da-hae as its leads (omg My Girl squee), but a whole bunch more to make up the supporting cast.
Let’s start with Im Seul-ong, 2AM idol and budding actor, whose casting makes me aww if only because I seriously loved his bromancey relationship with Lee Dong-wook in their last drama, Mandate of Heaven. (Note: I did not love Lee Dong-wook in that drama, but I loved the guys’ arc from childhood best friends to estranged adults to co-conspirators and teammates.) Seul-ong plays a hotelier (as do most of our characters) at the fancy 7-star Hotel CL (do they even make hotels with that many stars?), and his character sounds like just the kind of guy to make audiences fall for him as the second lead: He’s smart, loyal, positive and hard-working with a heo-dang side that keeps him a little offbeat
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Doctor Jung and Ok-ryun get an unexpected delivery to the clinic in the form of Daddy Shin’s body, brought there by Jae-hwa’s men.
But it seems like they may not be the only ones behind the body switch, since Jung-tae heeds So-so’s words about where his father’s funeral should rightfully take place and sheds his funeral clothes. So-so beams: “I guess you’re not fake after all. Let’s go.”
Jung-tae claims he has some business to take care of first, which leads us back to the body reveal with Leader Seol and Kaya. Leader Seol is the only one to open the casket and spot the random dead person inside, and closes it before a sudden letter arrives from Jae-hwa informing him of what he’s already confirmed: that they don’t have Daddy Shin’s corpse
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This week, someone heard our prayers because not only is Jin Hee showing everyone what a great intern she is (girl haz mad skills) but there appears to be tiny flashes of jealousy from Chang Min. *hehehe* Are we going to get our wish and he falls for her first?
Tessieroo: What? Only one episode this week? Whyyyyy?
Leila: It’s because of the Sochi Winter Olympics. I bet every Korean are anticipating for Kim Yu Na’s performance in figure skating. One episode only this week and we know that hardcore fans of this series will savor this to pieces.
Tessieroo: I don’t know why I thought someone would catch her but nope, our girl falls flat on her face
Translated some parts with reference to Chinese versions on Baidu.
There are some parts which cannot be seen from the screen caps so I have indicated …
On Earth the last three months of record.
Read the news on the large screen at the cross roads
ISON star is close.
NASA had speculated ISON star has disappeared but it is still here.
After existing for 4.5 billion years, this great comet will come and take me back to where I was from.
The new fate has already begun. After waiting for 400 years, I will be able to return to my original life on the star after 3 months.
Although I have lived here for the past 400 years, this 3 months feels even longer
Confirmations are in for Jin Se-yeon (Age of Feeling), who was offered the lead in SBS’s spring Monday-Tuesday drama Doctor Stranger opposite Lee Jong-seok. She’s signed on to play the heroine (and her doppelganger, naturally), which means the show finally has a leading foursome secured. The casting isn’t terribly exciting, though it makes perfect sense that they went from Park Min-young to Jin Se-yeon, because they’re pretty interchangeable in my mind.
Doctor Stranger is the medical spy melodrama from PD Jin Hyuk of Master’s Sun and City Hunter and writer Park Jin-woo of Conspiracy in the Court. It stars Lee Jong-seok as a North Korean doctor who defected to the South and gets treated as an outsider in the hospital where he works
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After their argument in the middle of the street, Wan follows Joo-yeon ten steps behind her the rest of the way home. He sighs aloud that the kind of person who’d put her first is right by her side…but she can’t see him.
He regrets his jealous rant earlier about not wanting to lose her to Tae-yoon, realizing that she’s already upset and he just made things worse for her. “I should’ve just smiled, ‘I love you.’”
She eventually stops and tells him not to follow her, though he points out that they live together, so how could he not go in the same direction? She turns to go the other way, and he apologizes for everything, saying it was his fault
Uhm Jung Hwa and Park Seo Joon may be the next nuna-dongsaeng (older woman-younger man) couple.
According to multiple broadcasting representatives on February 18, Uhm Jung Hwa and Park Seo Joon are set to appear in tvN’s new Monday-Tuesday drama “Witch’s Love” (working title), a remake of Taiwanese drama “My Queen” (“Queen of No Marriage”).
One representative revealed, “The two will be taking on lead roles in a nuna-dongsaeng romance. While they have not signed contracts yet, they should be appearing in the drama barring any unforeseen circumstances.”
Uhm Jung Hwa’s side stated, “Nothing has been finalized. We are positively considering the offer,” while Park Seo Joon’s side said, “It’s true that we received a casting proposal, but we are currently in the reviewing phase
From frolicking in the snow to the Sochi Olympics, winter was on the stars′ minds, and it′s all in today′sTwitter Roundup.
JYJ’s Kim Jae Joong tweeted a photo on February 16, writing “Watching the Olympics~! 1500m fighting~~.”
The next day, Kim Jae Joong posted an Instagram video of Kim Junsu and himself in a winter wonderland with the caption “Winter king.”
Kim Junsu also tweeted a photo, writing “Climbed a mountain.. It’s nice, a mountain covered in snow.
Kim Jae Joong tweeted a photo of the two brushing up on their aegyo,writing “Trying really hard right now. Junsu is still the same from 14 years ago~~ fresh.”
2NE1’s Sandara Park posted an Instagram video of herself dancing to Seo Taeiji’s Come Back Home, writing “A message for Blackjacks who left their homes because our album hasn’t come out to come back home
Girl’s Day’s “Something” continues to dominate and remains No. 1 for a third week. It becomes the first song since EXO’s big hit “Growl” last year to record three straight weeks on top of our chart. Taking full advantage of the slower months of K-Pop at the beginning of the year, Girl’s Day establishes themselves as one of the rising girl groups (we have another two in this week’s top 10).
Ailee’s “Singing Got Better” continues to hold the No. 2 spot. After topping the chart a month ago, this song stays strong at No. 2 for the past three weeks.
Moving up two spots to score their first top three hit is another rising girl group AOA. Their song “Miniskirt” won on SBS Inkigayo last week, their first ever music program win
Some of you asked for more hiphop, so guess what? I am back with more hip hop! I will be discussing several releases by Korean hip hop artists in the past month (most of them in January). The article featuring Okasian seemedto have exposed the genre a little bit to people who had not listened to Korean hip hopat all, which is great because I believe my mission on this planet is to spreadthe K-Hip Hop love. I will keep this article relatively short and givesome honorable mentions to rappers—under and over—who released some dope stuff. Now, keep in mind that this list may be a bit—actually, really—biased since I have my selectfavorites in the hip hop scene.
When one talks aboutKorean hip hop, there are two names that are bound to wind their way into theconversation somehow. You may already know the names I am about to drop; I am speakingof none other than the hip hop moguls, Tiger JK and Yoon Mirae (Tasha), also reverentlyreferred to as the hip hop power couple in Korea and beyond
The golden age of idols.
That’s how one might describe the current status of K-Pop these days. It’s hard to find singers in their teens, who are not part of an idol group. That could be another reason why 18-year old Yoo Seung Woo shines in the world of K-Pop.
After debuting through Mnet’s audition program Superstar K , it didn’t take long for him to prove to many of those doubting, that he could make it big.
Coming back with his second single Fast Nineteen, Yoo Seung Woo met with enews to openly share his thoughts on music and life.
When the title song Hesitating Lips came on during the interview, the singer said “I’m embarrassed,” but took out his guitar and started playing along when the song hit the climax
You know what that means. Chocolates, flowers, teddy bears... Well.... if we had a significant other, maybe. Thankfully for the rest of us who happen to be single, we can overdose on ice cream and chocolate by our lonely selves and live vicariously through drama couples. For this Valentine"s Day, we decided to look at some of the drama couples with relationships that we dreamed of having (SPOILERS BELOW)!
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The Couple with the Worst Timing
Sung Shi Won (A Pink"s Eunji) and Yoon Yoon Jae (Seo In Guk) of "Reply 1997" by contagion
HE WAS TOO EARLY
These two episodes offered many an adorable moment for our lead couple, even giving us a glimpse of what their normal, happy life could look like. Now that Min Joon is ready to hold Song Yi close, he’s finally showing off more emotion. He’ll hold her hand, appear by her side when called, and may even drunkenly teleport into her bedroom. As his departure looms ever closer, he begins to make some important decisions about his future actions. What’s the use of an eternal life if he can’t be beside his loved one?
Min Joon and Song Yi’s Relationship Takes Center Stage
Romantic Highlights Include:
When Song Yi drags Min Joon back home due to his kiss-induced illness, she can’t help but pester him about his kissing weakness. Min Joon lays in bed doing his best to recover while Song Yi fires off question after question