Fashion magazine Vogue Korea believes that foundation is a second skin – and advises viewers not be shocked – as they bring forth five male stars together for an anomalous make-up pictorial for their September issue. The pictorial features Dior‘s make-up line modeled by: actor Seo Kang Joon, actor/model Hong Jong Hyun, CNBLUE‘s Lee Jong Hyun, actor/model Ahn Jae Hyun, and model Kim Won. For the futuristic couture look above, the “Roommates” cast member Seo Kang Joon’s face was primed with Dior’s “Glow Maximizer”. Then various shades of “DIORSKIN Star” studio make-up foundation were applied for full coverage and contouring
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Actor Song Chang Ui has been cast to play the title role in OCN‘s upcoming drama “Dr. Frost.”
CJ E&M released on September 1 that Song Chang Ui will portray the protagonist Dr. Frost in the upcoming drama.
“Dr. Frost” is a psychological crime drama where genius psychologist Dr. Frost helps procedural teams both officially and unofficially to solve crimes. It is based on the popular webtoon of the same name, written by Lee Jong Bum.
Song Chang Ui’s character Dr. Frost is a handsome psychologist who is able to solve crimes using his specialty, but is largely apathetic, unable to emotionally connect to people.
“Dr. Frost” the drama will be a 10-episode series
There are many Korean dramas out there, each with their own unique story lines, characters, actors and settings. But when it comes down to it, there are some elements that just have to be present to make them a drama.
1. Trips to the hospital
Every drama has to have at least one character who ends up in the hospital after some type of accident and winds up having amnesia/cancer.
2. Love triangles
What drama wouldn’t be complete without some type of love triangle? Some dramas even take it up a notch and have more than 3 characters entangled in a love situation.
3. The old lover
As if love triangles weren’t enough, somebody’s old lover has to show up for a bit to fight for their past love, making the love lines even more complicated
Music channel Mnet is looking towards coming up with a new music drama within the year. According to a news report, Mnet is already planning the follow-up to their first successful attempt at a music drama, 2013′s “Monstar.”
The yet-untitled 2014 Mnet music drama is said to be about the stories of young people who have a passionate love of music, their growth, friendship and love lives.
The drama is already attracting attention for the people behind the scenes. Producers and writers from the production teams of reality and music shows are coming together to produce a drama. Director Kim Yong Bum of “Super Star K” and “Dancing 9″ takes the helm, while “Real Men” and “Music Bank” writer Shin Myung Jin joins forces with Jung Su Hyun of “Non-Stop” and “Apgujeong Diary” to produce the script
On the third episode of the tvN drama "The Three Musketeers - Drama", Prince So Hyeon (Lee Jin-wook) gave Park Dal-hyang (Jeong Yong-hwa) a secret mission.
He told him to find the woman whom he"d lost at night because Park Dal-hyang was the only one who saw her face. So Hyeon told him to capture her and bring her to him.
When Park Dal-hyang asked if it was personal, So Hyeon said, "It"s both. I saw her last 5 years ago. I just hope it"s different from then. I died back then, but I"ve awakened. I need to see her to find out what I"ve done in the past".
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Solo star Ailee has bagged the Grand Prix prize in the K-pop section at the 2014 Korea Creation Culture Arts Awards. The singer was presented with the prize at a ceremony held on August 30 at the National Assembly Memorial Hall in the Yeouido district of Seoul.
This is only the second time that the awards ceremony has been held, and other recipients this year included ballad singer Shin Hyo Bum and Trot singer Park Sang Chul, as well as other stars from the world of sport and modeling.
Meanwhile, Ailee is set to appear in the latest edition of SBS entertainment show “Running Man,” along with other guest stars such as Kim Tae Woo and Lee Sung Jae
The latest episode of tvN’s “SNL Korea,” to be broadcast today, August 30th, will be musician Yoo Heeyeol’s final appearance on the show.
Yoo Heeyeol made his first appearance on “SNL Korea” back in September 2013, as the “Weekend Update” host. Today’s episode will mark his one year anniversary on the show. Around the start of the 5th season, Yoo switched his role on the show to the “People Update” host. He has amused viewers during his short but significant run on “SNL Korea.”
Back on the August 2nd episode of the show, Yoo Heeyeol subtly dropped hints of leaving during the “1 Minute Honest Talk” session of “People Update” segment. “Whenever I come to the studio, I constantly have heavy feelings of apology,” he said, adding, “I have thought a few times that ‘SNL is a piece of clothing that I cannot understand and doesn’t fit,’ and that ‘I should let it go
South Korea has created their own version of “Jersey Shore”, out of the iconic Gangnam district in Seoul. The show, called “Gangnam Boys” will be airing soon.
In the video teaser, “Gangnam Boys” are shown to be those who are from the district of Gangnam. The first person introduced from the “Gangnam Boys” is Tommy, someone who says “wearing Abercrombie is essential”.
In the teaser, Tommy goes to pickup Korean girls in Gangnam and even comes across SPICA member Jiwon!
Check out the teaser below, subbed in English.
Added episode 18 captures for the Korean drama "Fated to Love You" (2014)Directed by Kim Hee-won-II, Lee Dong-yoonWritten by Jo Jin-gook, Joo Chan-okNetwork : MBCWith Jang Hyeok, Jang Nara, Choi Jin-hyeok, Wang Ji-won, Jeong Eun-pyo, Choi Dae-cheol,...20 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00SynopsisA remake of a Taiwanese drama from the year 2008. A normal and non-existant woman spends a night with an heir to a wealthy family.Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2014/07/02
Added episode 4 captures for the Korean drama "The Idle Mermaid" (2014)Directed by Baek Seung-ryongWritten by Kim Ji-soo-III, Park Ran-INetwork : tvNWith Jo Bo-ah, On Joo-wan, Song Jae-rim, Park Ji-soo, Ahn Kil-kang, Kim Seul-gi-I,...Thu 23:00Also known as "Surplus Princess"SynopsisA mermaid attempts to become a human in 100 days to meet the human man she loves.Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2014/08/07
Added episode 20 captures for the Korean drama "The Joseon Shooter" (2014)Directed by Cha Yeong-hoon, Kim Jeong-min-III, Lee Jae-sangWritten by Han Hee-jeong, Lee Jeong-woo-IIINetwork : KBSWith Lee Joon-ki, Nam Sang-mi, Jeon Hye-bin, Han Juwan, Yoo Oh-seong, Lee Min-woo-I,...22 episodes - Wed, Thu 22:00SynopsisIt"s the 19th Century and as western influences spread across Asia, Korea"s Joseon dynasty is experiencing great upheaval and rapid modernization. As the son of the last great swordsman, Park Yoon-gang is caught between two worlds, but the sudden murder of his father and sister catapult him into the new era as he takes up the gun to avenge their deaths. However, it"s not just his family who needs his protection, but his people as well. Is Park Yoon-gang cut out to be the hero of an era?Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2014/06/25
Added episode 5 capture for the Korean drama "The Magic Thousand-Character Classic" (2014)Directed by Lee Cheol-min-IWritten by Kwon In-chanNetwork : KBSWith Sin Gi-joon, Lee Ji-woo, Choi Min-yeong, Park Choong-seon, Rae Hyeon, Cheon I-seul,...50 episodes - Wed, Thu 16:25SynopsisA children"s drama about the leading characters who are reincarnated to the modern world; they are on a struggle to find 10 of the magic characters that are scattered all over the human world.Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2014/08/06
Fashion magazine Marie Claire Korea has released the pictorial for actor Lee Bum Soo, who is in the September issue of the magazine.
In this pictorial, Lee Bum Soo is wearing black pants and matching them with a patterned sweater and a shirt.
In the other picture, Lee Bum Soo has all of his hair slicked back while wearing a simple suit and scarf, with a patterned handkerchief to add a pop of color to the outfit.
In the interview, Lee Bum Soo expressed his worries and philosophy about the evil character “Executioner,” who he played in the movie “The Divine Move” that opened in theaters in July. He frankly talked about how his acting and life have changed with the times.
You can see more of the pictorial and read the full interview in the September issue of Marie Claire Korea