Park Shin Hye New Drama 2014
JYJ′s Park Yoochun is finally making his acting return through the upcoming SBS drama Three Days.
C-JeS Entertainment revealed on November 4 that Park Yoochun has decided to star in the dramaThree Days, which is set to air in February of 2014.
Park Yoochun didn’t hesitate in his decision to star in the drama, which is a new project from acclaimed writer Kim Eun Hee, who wrote Sign and The Ghost, and Director Shin Kyung Soo, who produced Tree with Deep Roots.
It is very clear that model-turned-actor Kim Woo Bin is no doubt, one of the hottest stars on the market these days.
When he appeared in SBS’ “Gentleman’s Dignity” and KBS’ “School 2013,” he was not as noticed. However, after his stellar performances on SBS’ “The Heirs” and the film “Friend 2,” Kim Woo Bin proved to be a hit-maker and has solidified his position as a top actor.
Park Shin Hye held a special Christmas party with her fans in Japan.
After starring in SBS’s The Heirs, the heroine of the hit drama made her way to Tokyo to hold a Christmas party with fans on December 21.
Keeping her promise with fans that she had made during the Asian tour, Park Shin Hye presented fans with the gift of spending the end of the year together.
Looking back at 2013, Park Shin Hye had a extremely busy year, starring in the drama Flower Boys Next Door and The Heirs, as well as the hit movie The Gift of Room 7.
Idol group ZE:A’s Im Siwan is becoming a rising star in the movie world. On December 3, according to an official in the film industry, Im Siwan has been seriously considering a role in the movie “Night Study.”
“Night Study” is a movie about two best friends, who in the middle of their evening studies preparing for college entrance exams, are interrupted by zombies, and must do whatever they can to survive.
The new movie is a collaboration between the production of Studio Dream Capture, which brought in 5,600,000 viewers with the movie “Hide and Seek,” and director Park Shin Woo, who directed the movie “Into the White Night.”
Korean actor Choi Min Sik is making a successful debut in Hollywood this week, appearing in the sci-fi film “Lucy,” which co-stars Morgan Freeman and Scarlett Johannson.
According to the film site Box Office Mojo, The Universal Pictures” film has already earned about $44 million and the site estimates it will likely earn about $100 million during its run.
Although “Lucy” got mixed reviews, it did earn plenty of praise for the 54-year-old actor”s performance.
Just last week, C-JeS Entertainment expressed uncertainty towards Park Yoochun’s appearance in the new SBS’ Wednesday – Thursday drama, “Three Days.”
However, an industry insider revealed to a Korean media outlet, “Park Yoochun has confirmed his role in the drama. The drama will begin filming in January.”
On December 11, a rep from C-JeS Entertainment claimed due to the drama being postponed and then going back to its original schedule created uncertainty towards Park Yoochun’s appearance in the drama.
On a twist on the traditional End-of-Year ′Best of′ lists, we′ve been asking you guys to predict the future instead!
If you haven′t noticed, we′ve been raking in the nominations since early December over in our ′Let′s Talk′ forum for multiple categories.
Some of you guys were a little overenthusiastic in your nominations (we′ve done our best not to count spam posts, and only count legitimate posts), but we′ve got the Top 5 nominees for the Top Rising Actress of 2014 category!
On a twist on the traditional End-of-Year ′Best of′ lists, we asked you guys to predict the future – and the results are here!
This was all decided by you, the Mwave user – we took your nominations over in our ′Let′s Talk′ forum, and then asked you to vote.
Read on for the results!
Kim So Hyun, Park Shin Hye, SNSD′s Yoona, miss A′s Suzy and f(x)′s Krystal were all nominated for the Top Rising Actress of 2014 category, making for a beautiful list of predictions for 2014!
Lee Bo Young has been having a great year, and she was the undisputed star at yesterday’s 2013 SBS Drama Awards.
She took home the Daesang Award, the highest award given to an actor or actress, for her outstanding performance as public defender Jang Hye Sung in the drama “I Hear Your Voice.” This is her first Daesang Award since she made her acting debut in 2003.
Lee Bo Young also walked away with the Producers’ Award and the Top 10 Stars Award.
“The Heirs” actor Kim Woo Bin’s High Cut photos were released on January 1!
The actor’s concept for the shoot was again, that of a young heir accustomed to being dressed luxuriously and fashionably for any occasion. He previously played the character of Choi Young Do, heir to the Zeus hotel group for the SBS drama, “The Heirs.”
The actor took home the “Top Ten Actors” award for “The Heirs” at the 2013 SBS Drama Awards that took place on December 31. The remaining nine actors who received the “Top Ten Actors” award were Jo In Sung, Nam Sang Mi, Lee Jong Suk, Park Shin Hye, So Ji Sub, Lee Yo Won, Lee Min Ho, Lee Bo Young, and Song Hye Gyo.
The upcoming film “Tazza 2” has finally taken to the cameras after finalizing its cast, including Choi Seung Hyun (Big Bang‘s T.O.P), Shin Se Kyung, Yoo Hae Jin, Kwak Do Won, Lee Honey, Lee Kyoung Young, Kim In Kwon, Ko Soo Hee, Oh Jung Sae, and Park Hyo Joo.
In 2006, Heo Young Man’s original comic “Tazza” was brought to the theaters, which in turn yielded a turnout of 6,840,000 viewers. Its follow-up, “Tazza 2,” just started filming this past January 2. Following director Choi Dong Hoon, who had directed “The Big Swindle” (2004) and “Thieves” (2012), this sequel will be directed by Kang Hyung Chul, whose previous works include “Speed Scandal” (2008) and “Sunny” (2011).
tvN’s new Monday – Tuesday drama, “I Need Romance Season 3” will begin with a bang by welcoming not one, not two, but three hunks in its first episode.
On January 6, tvN made a surprise announcement that actor Joo Sang Wook, and singers John Park and Alex will be making a special appearance on the January 13 premiere of “I Need Romance Season 3.”
“I Need Romance Season 3” is set in a home shopping company that portrays the competition and the friendships between Korea’s “alpha girls.”
Kim Woo Bin confessed that unlike his character in the drama The Heirs, he didn’t have any feelings for Park Shin Hye.
January 7’s broadcast of MBC FM4U’s 2’O Clock Date featured Kim Woo Bin as the guest, who confessed “Out of Park Shin Hye, Krystal and Kim Ji Won, I was the most comfortable with Park Shin Hye. I don’t mean to say that she was like a guy, but she was very comfortable to be with.”
“Park Shin Hye was always full of energy, working hard and taking care of those around her. I felt like she was more of a co-worker than a woman,” continued the actor. “But once the filming started, I would see her as ‘Eun Sang.’”
Every week for the month of January, we will be featuring stars born in the Year of the Horse in our poll, and the top male idol, female idol, actor and actress from each poll will battle it out in a final round to be named the Most Anticipated Star of 2014.
Last week, we cast the spotlight on a few 1990-born idols whom we think will make 2014 their year, and this week, we’re taking your votes on which starlet you think will shine the brightest in the Year of the Horse.
Actor Kim Woo bin recently talked about his “The Heirs” co-stars Park Shin Hye and f(x)’s Krystal.
On January 7, Kim Woo Bin made a guest appearance on MBC FM4U’s “Park Kyunglim’s 2PM Date”. He shared, “Out of Park Shin Hye, Krystal and Kim Ji Won, I felt most comfortable with Park Shin Hye. It was comfortable to talk to her because she is like a younger sibling to me. I wouldn’t say that I view her as a man would.”
Cha Seung Won Likely to Join “You’re Surrounded”; “Unprecedented” Shelved Indefinitely for “Dae Jang Geum”
Actor Cha Seung Won is apparently considering offers to join SBS Wednesday-Thursday drama “You’re Surrounded.”
“You’re Surrounded” is expected to follow after “Three Days,” which will begin airing in February. Cha Seung Won had planned to work on MBC Monday-Tuesday sageuk drama “Unprecedented,” but with production being postponed indefinitely, he’s had to reconsider his next move.
According to a representative, he’s said to be “positively considering the offer.” The representative added that, “If he decides to join the project, it’ll definitely help move casting along.”
Go Ara was voted as the #1 female star, born in the year of the horse, to look forward to in 2014!
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In celebration of the year of the horse 2014, online community site “DC Inside” conducted a poll titled, “Which female star born in the year of the horse do you anticipate most in 2014?” It ran from December 31 through January 7 and calculated a total of 15,071 votes.
DC Inside conducted a survey from December 31, 2013 to January 7, 2014 asking “Which actress do you anticipate the most in 2014 who was born in the year of the horse?”
A total of 15,071 people voted, and the results showed Go Ara came in first place receiving 7,915 (52.2%) votes. She starred in the recently concluded tvN drama “Reply 1994.” She broke away from her goddess-like image and successfully marked her presence as an actress through her role as Sung Na Jung, an energetic and honest character who stays true to her feelings.
Park Shin Hye revealed her thoughts on continuous dating rumors between her and Lee Min Ho.
January 8’s broadcast of SBS One Night of TV Entertainment featured an interview with The Heirs heroine, Park Shin Hye.
During the interview, Park Shin Hye chose Lee Min Ho as her best drama partner so far.
About the recent dating rumors between the two, the actress said, “I’m happy about the rumors, because it means that we looked good together.”
TRIANGLE EPISODE 24
Jung Hee sees the car bearing down on Young Dal, and he narrowly avoids being hit thanks to her shouted warning. They compare notes and both find they received text messages from each other, then figuring out it was a ploy to bump off Young Dal and possibly Jung Hee, as well. Young Dal again tries to talk sense into Yang Ha, telling him that what he”s fighting for had better be worth it. Walking Jung Hee home, Young Dal is invited in and takes counsel from Jung Hee“s grandmother, who tells him not to be so hard on his mother. Just as he feared, Manager Hyun is arrested for the attempted murder of Elder Ahn, but walks free for lack of evidence. Chairman Go is dragged before Boss Min and Man Bong in the mistaken assumption he was behind the attempt on Young Dal“s life. Go is beaten severely for mouthing off, but Young Dal tells Man Bong to release him.