Sandara Park New Drama Series For 2014
While some stars were busily prepping for their comebacks, others kicked back, and we have it all in today’s Twitter Roundup.
SNSD’s Jessica posted a photo of herself getting cute with her sister and f(x) member Krystal on Weibo.
2NE1’s Minzy tweeted a photo on November 21 with the caption, “’Missing U’ Hair & Makeup.”
Sandara Park tweeted a series of screencaps from the group’s world tour announcement video on November 20, writing “2NE1 world tour 2014!!! We want more!!! We want more!!!”
Lee Joon and Cheondung (Thunder), members of the boy band MBLAQ, will leave the five-member boy group after their agency contracts expire. According to local news reports yesterday, Lee, who sings in the boy group but is also seeking a solo career as an actor, will focus on his acting career if he leaves the band. Having debuted in 2009 as a vocalist in MBLAQ, Lee has continuously acted in numerous films and drama series. Most recently, he played the role of a psychopath in the tVN drama series “Gabdong – The Serial Killer“. Only four months have passed since the show ended, but Lee has already signed up for another drama series, “Mister Baek“, which will hit TV screens next month. Unlike Lee, Cheondung, the younger brother of 2NE1 member Sandara Park, is likely to pursue a solo singing career.Their agency, J-Tune Camp, released a statement yesterday and said, “Nothing has been decided regarding the departure [of Lee and Cheondung]. “It is true that the expiration date [of their contracts] is coming”, the company continued, “but we”re discussing their next moves with them. We”ll respect their thoughts and decisions”. Lee and Cheondung“s last performance as members of MBLAQ will be the concert “MBLAQ Curtain Call”, which will be held in Seoul on Nov. 20 and 30. By Sung So-young
Sandara Park, a member of the girl group 2NE1, will appear in indie singer-songwriter Sunwoo Jeong-a”s music video.
Magic Strawberry Sound, Sunwoo”s agency, said Friday that Park, known better by the nickname Dara, recently filmed the video for the upcoming digital single “Spring Girls”. The song will be released on March 27.
Although Sunwoo has been performing in the independent music scene for so long, she has participated in the production of a couple of songs for musicians who belong to YG Entertainment, which is home to artists like 2NE1, Big Bang and Psy.
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Web dramas have become increasingly popular, particularly those which showcase K-pop idols. The series provide short snippets of programming, as opposed to the hour long segments that are generally consistent with Korean dramas. Major K-pop agencies have become increasingly involved in the production of web dramas, which was demonstrated through YG Entertainment’s announcement about the upcoming series “We Broke Up” starring 2NE1’s Dara (Sandara Park) and Kang Seung Yoon of WINNER. “We Broke Up” is scheduled to launch in June 2015 but here are 5 web dramas to watch in the interim.
Monday has crept up on us once again, and the stars were back on their superstar grind this week.
Read on for more in today′s Twitter Roundup!
2PM’s Wooyoung Instagrammed the above photo on September 16 with the caption, “Love Scratch.”
We guess it’s better than a broken heart?
Taecyeon tweeted a selca on September 15, writing “I’m trying to leave to shoot the final scene of Who Are You, but the drama staff decorated the car~~ㅋㅋㅋ Balloons and even ice cream cake~ I’ll be back~~.”
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.
From drama sets to airplanes, the stars kept busy shooting and traveling, and it’s all in today’s Twitter Roundup.
2NE1’s Sandara Park, who celebrated her birthday on November 12, tweeted a series of photos from the festivities, including the one above, writing “Hur~!!! I thought I’d be spending my birthday quietly at home this year…The surprise birthday party our members and staff prepared…!!! Touched…”
She also tweeted a photo with CL, writing “Chaelin’s mom, who has the same birthday as me!!! Who knew we’d have another connection~^^ I think it’s weird every year~ Happy birthday mother! Be happy always and I hope for only good things to come!!!”
SBS’s upcoming drama Three Days, starring JYJ’s Park Yoo Chun will begin filming at the end of this month.
According to Goldensome Pictures, the drama producer, “All preparation to start filming, including casting, finding and building the filming site and training for fight scenes have been completed. We will begin filming in the beginning of next week, to start the journey to last about half the year.”
It has been reported that scripts have been written up to episode 6 in the 16-episode long series. Up to ten episodes will have been written before it begins broadcasting in order to give ample time for the cast to prepare themselves for filming.
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!
Actress Park Min Young has sent greetings from Switzerland, the next stop of her European tour.
After revealing a series of photos taken in the romantic city of Paris, France, she has updated her fans with a selca taken in Switzerland.
On July 25, the actress wrote on her Twitter, “In Swiss,” along with a cute snapshot. Even with simple makeup and effortlessly wavy hair, she looks absolutely gorgeous. While showing a V-sign to the camera, she is posing in front of a picturesque background of mountains and lush trees that Switzerland is widely known for.
From left to right: Jeong Jae-yeob, Ahn Oh-jun and Tak Eui-seong in their furniture cafe in Cheongdam-dong, southern Seoul. By Kim Kyeong-rok
Middle-aged Korean women may single-handedly be contributing to the success of multiple retailers and fashion lines. This demographic has a reputation for being savvy shoppers as well as avid fans of dramas.They are quick to find out what kind of handbag their favorite character was carrying or what type of table the most popular fictional family had in their dining room. When the latest episodes conclude, many instantly look up the brands and products that caught their eyes and add them to their shopping list. Businesses are eager to capitalize on this trend and are often willing to pay a small fortune to the producers of television shows or drama series to go toward product placement. But that”s not the case for three 20-something art school grads who started a small furniture business in 2010 out of a rented office in Hongdae, western Seoul. The young entrepreneurs contend it”s quite the opposite, actually: television producers come to them looking to sponsor their furniture. Perhaps only a select few may have noticed that the current KBS show “The Human Condition” as well as the action flick “The Divine Move” both feature furniture manufactured by the trio”s company, Kaare Klint. Their products already appeared in the hit television drama series “Answer Me 1994“, “A Gentleman”s Dignity“, and “My Husband Got a Family“.
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.
You Who Came From the Stars Episode 6 Recap by drama beans
You Who Came From the Stars Episode 6 Recap
Stuck in traffic with Detective Park, Min-joon makes a break for it even though that makes him look even more suspicious. His flight into the streets is partly a necessity of logic—he can hardly do his vanishing act in front of the detective—but also driven by an emotional reaction, as the scenario makes him think back to his Joseon experience:
Our heroine has quite the lineup of ex-boyfriends to cameo in the premiere of I Need Romance 3. The opening episode will reportedly feature a hit parade of exes, including cameos from Joo Sang-wook (Good Doctor), singer John Park, and Alex (Medical Top Team), whom we’ve seen in the first teaser. Then the second teaser below reveals the timely return of Sung Joon, the younger man she’ll meet and not recognize as the little boy next door she grew up with.
“Man from the Stars” continues to soar with high ratings, intriguing plot lines, and lovably flawed characters. Romantic feelings begin to develop between our lead characters, especially within the stoic Do Min Joon. Chun Song Yi faces increasing backlash for her rival’s death, but at least Min Joon never seems too far away to help. Flashbacks are beautifully interwoven with the present day events, providing a satisfying context for Min Joon and Song Yi’s fated relationship. Not only do the main characters shine, but the supporting cast and subplots combine to make a captivating story that leaves viewers on the edge of their seats.
Upcoming tvN mini-series remake of “The Three Musketeers” introduced its main cast through its main teaser!
The action-packed teaser boasts a lineup of CNBLUE”s Yonghwa, Lee Jin Wook, Yang Dong Geun (YDG), Jung Hae In, Seo Hyun Jin, and Yoo In Young. Kang Bin (Seo Hyun Jin) and Mi Ryung (Yoo In Young) also give expressions of fear and suspicion, raising curiosity about the love lines in the drama. The teaser ends with the three musketeers” motto “All for one, One for all.”
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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After releasing a series of teaser images and a video clip of their upcoming world tour in Seoul called “All or Nothing,” the lovely ladies of 2NE1 put behind their fierce exteriors for a moment and brought out their inner thoughts and feelings for this newest interview clip.
In the clip, CL, Minzy, Sandara Park and Park Bom open up and share their feelings on a variety of things, ranging from concert and album preparations, relationships with each member of the team and other hardships.
Stills of the first script reading session have been released for JTBC’s new Monday-Tuesday mini-series “Secret Love Affair,” starring actress Kim Hee Ae (“A Wife’s Credentials,” “Nunas Over Flowers”) and actor Yoo Ah In (“Sungkyunkwan Scandal,” “Punch”).
“Secret Love Affair” held the first script reading session at the JTBC office, and was attended by producer PD Ahn Pan Suk (“A Wife’s Credentials”) and writer Jung Sung Joo, as well as the cast, Kim Hee Ae, Yoo Ah In, Shim Hye Jin, Park Hyuk Kwon, Kim Hye Eun and Kim Chang Wan, and the production crew. Cast and crew met for the first time and exchanged cordial greetings with one another to loud cheers and applause. The cast dived into script reading immediately after the greetings were over, and displayed such realistic acting that it seemed like the cameras were actually rolling.