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Wishing Lee Min Ho the best of luck with his drama, fans donated an incredible amount of goods in the actor’s name for SBS’ The Heirs.
On October 7, the lobby of SBS in Mokdong was covered by wreathes sent in by fans through Dreame for Lee Min Ho. The donated items equaled to about 12 tons of rice, which is said to be enough to feed 100,000 people.
The donations were made by fans in Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan, Thailand, Indonesia, Turkey, Mexico, Argentina, Chile, and Peru.
Korean Drama The Heirs (Inheritors) Episode 20 Recap by joonni
Tan and Young Do stand apart, but together, looking out into the city. YD finally breaks the silence: “It’s cold.” He’s describing the weather, but it is also how he feels. Tan adds, “It’s cold…and dark.” Silence falls between them again as they each try to fight off the cold and dark feeling hovering over them because of their fathers.
At a cafe, Tan discusses his situation with a woman, who we learn is a lawyer. Tan doesn’t trust the lawyers at Jeguk anymore, and he wants this new lawyer’s help transferring legal proxy rights to Won from JS for his stocks.
Lee Min Ho’s charity auction website froze as soon as it was launched, due to high traffic.
Many fans showed their interest in Lee Min Ho’s fashion items from SBS’s The Heirs being sold through the charity auction titled A Present From TANI.
“Lee Min Ho’s clothes that he wore on The Heirs became available through the charity auction on December 16, but the website’s server went down as soon as it launched because the fans logged in from around the world at the same time,” said a rep from the actor’s agency on December 17.
Kim Hyun Joong received 18 tons (~36,000 pounds) worth of rice from his fans from around the world, proving his popularity as a hallyu star.
The fans organized the rice wreaths to be sent to the press conference for KBS′s The Age of Feeling on January 9, at the Imperial Palace Hotel in Nonhyun-dong.
The rice wreaths were sent by his fans in Asia, including Korea, Japan, China, Taiwan, Singapore, Hong Kong and Indonesia, as well as those from other continents, such as Greece, Brazil, Chile, Iran and more.
It is February 18 in Korea which means that it is also the birthday of TVXQ”s Changmin! He has turned 26-years-old (27 in Korea) and fans all over the world are celebrating on Twitter.
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Hashtags such as “#HappyBirthdayChangmin,” “#HappybirthdaypreciousChangmin,” “#HappybirthdaystrongChangmin,” and more are topping the trends not only in Asian countries like Japan, Indonesia, and Thailand but also worldwide!
Solo artist Lyn‘s “My Destiny” from “Man from the Stars” OST has been met with a hot response once again.
As of March 1, the song can be seen on top of iTunes Single Chart in Hong Kong and Taiwan, and in the top 20 of charts in Indonesia, Malaysia, and Singapore.
“My Destiny” is not the only OST track of the drama to perform extremely well, as popular OST tracks Sung Si Kyung‘s “Every Moment of You” and Hyorin‘s “Hello” are also ranking high.
Korea’s flower boys are planting their seeds in countries all across Asia and beyond, leading the next hallyu wave, but we want to know which star you think deserves the title of Hallyu King.
We’ve listed a few of our favorites below, so read on and vote!
Lee Min Ho
Lee Min Ho has been leading the next generation of hallyu stars since hitting it big overseas with hallyu favorites Boys Over Flowers and The Heirs.
Kim Hyun Joong decided to donate 18 tons of rice as well as ramen and eggs to people in need.
Dreame revealed on June 5, that upon receiving Kim Hyun Joong’s request, it organized 18 tons of rice, 160 ramen bags, 800 eggs and 1,680 coal briquettes to be sent to seven welfare facilities around the country. 600 kilograms of feed has also been sent to animal shelters.
The rice, ramen, eggs and coal briquettes donated by Kim Hyun Joong are from the Dreame flower wreaths that his fans sent over on January 9 to show support for his drama The Age of Feeling. The Dreame flower wreaths were sent over by the fans not only in Korea but also in 23 countries, including China, Japan, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Mexico, Singapore, Thailand, Philippine, Indonesia, Malaysia, Iran, Greece, Bulgaria, Morocco, Russia, Chile, Brazil, Peru, Columbia, Mexico, Kyrgyzstan, Kazakhstan and more.
The active girl-group who swept charts last week, SISTAR, became the night’s highlight and favourite.
With the concentration of the visit of K-pop boy groups to the capital city of Indonesia, ‘SHINZU’I White Concert’ certainly brings an arguably first ever all-girls-concert with SISTAR, A-Pink and Soomin headlining as artists from South Korea. Held at Istora Senayan last week, the venue was filled with an astonishing equal number of female and male fans to chant together in harmony! With an energetic opening act by Crispi Crunch (CC), a duo hip hop crew consisting of CSP and Cheezy who collaborated with former April Kiss member, Soomin. Clad in a sexy see-through top and black shorts, she got the crowd up with party anthems for the first time with unstoppable beats of We ain’t over, Boss Nice Shot, and Thumbs Up (check the CC crew out here).
South Korea’s multi-talented actor-rapper So Ji Sub was in Singapore over the weekends for his first ever fan-meeting tour. Prior to that, an open press conference was held at City Square Mall which saw hoards of fans hoping to get a glimpse of the star. Fans from Indonesia, Hong Kong and Malaysia had also flown in specially for the event and were seen amongst the local Singaporeans.
So Ji Sub captured the hearts of many through his role as Joo Jоong-won, in popular SBS drama Master’s Sun (주군의 태양). The humble man had not expected to receive such a hot response and expressed his gratitude to fans for their support. Drama character aside, the real man is a total opposite from the suave and blunt Joo Joong-won. “I am quite reserved and not very talkative.. unlike my character.”
“The spirit is admiral Yi Sun-sin who sacrifices his life and devotes himself is something people around the world can emulate from”. So said Kim Han-min, the director of “The Admiral: Roaring Currents”, in a meeting with moviegoers held on August 21 to mark the passing of 16 million in ticket sales. “The 16 million is an incredible number”, Kim said. “I can”t thank you enough. Thank you so much”, Kim said. He also said admiral Yi united Korean people in difficult times and led them to victory. He described Yi as “an icon of unity and harmony”.Viewers asked a series of questions one after another. A middle-aged man said he was able to emulate Yi”s courage to get through a surgery. Then, he handed a letter he personally wrote to Kim. In return, the director gave the viewer a book about admiral Yi. The film “The Admiral: Roaring Currents”, which set a record on August 19 since its release 21 days ago, is about a sea battle victory in 1597, the 30th year of King Seonjo”s reign. Yi had only 12 war ships but beat the Japanese navy who had over 300. Of the 128 minutes of running time, the battle scenes lasted as long as 61 minutes, and were just spectacular and absolutely breathtaking. Kim, who directed “Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon” (2011), a film about a 17th-century war between Joseon and China, has had admiral Yi on his mind for a long time. Born in Suncheon, Jeollanam-do (South Jeolla Province), he has seen many relics related to Yi in his hometown and gotten interested in his story. The film narrates the history in which admiral Yi accomplished one of the biggest victories of the war despite the fact that it was also the most difficult time in his life. Kim said he hopes to make films about other sea battles led by admiral Yi and said his next film is likely to be a historical drama.
Many parts of the world these days are focusing their eyes on things Korean and on both Korean mass media and traditional culture. The trend can be seen by the number of entries received in the “Fall in Love With Korea” contest, an event hosted by the Korean Culture and Information Service (KOCIS), part of the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and publisher of Korea.net. The contest was held from July 21 to August 20 and invited people from around the world to submit self-created content that was somehow related to Korea. The categories covered photography, videos and comic strips or graphic novels. KOCIS received a total of 4,272 entries from 117 countries around the world. Among the submissions were photos featuring hand-made Hanbok, traditional Korean attire, and video clips of war photography from the Korean War (1950-53). There are also some videos of people singing and dancing note-to-note to their favorite Korean pop or hip hop song. A list of the participating nationalities might come as an eye-popper. Entries came not only from Asia, but also from Africa, the Middle East, the U.S. and Europe. Even areas that are comparatively unknown in Korea, such as Aruba in the Dutch Antilles, Andorra in the Pyrenees, Bhutan in the Himalayas, Eritrea in the Horn of Africa and Iceland, all made an entry into the competition. The Philippines submitted the most entries at 672, while Indonesia ranked second with 502 submissions. They were followed by Malaysia (411), the U.S. (313) and Iran (134). Even Israel and Palestine, two bodies in conflict with each other, and, in particular, Syria and Ukraine, both suffering from warfare, contributed to the event, with 11 or 12 entries each. A total of three grand prize winners were recognized: one in photography, one in videos and one in comic strips. There were then 30 second-place prizes and 50 third-place prizes given out. Among the second-place winners, 15 of them were recognized for their excellence and creativity in video-making, 10 for photography and 5 for their comic strips. In third-place, there were 25 videos, 15 photographs and 10 comic strips. The first-prize winning video clip is the creation of Maria Jose Belen Gonzalez Vielma, a 22-year-old Chilean student, titled, “Why I Like Korea”. She said she started learning Korean at the age of 12 when she fell in love with Korean soap operas and telenovelas. As she made friends with a Korean family in her hometown, she got more interested in things Korean. In the video, Vielma sang in fluent Korean, “I Miss You”, by Kim Bum-soo, part of the sound track from the popular 2003 soap opera “Stairway to Heaven“.
Vietnamese Brides in Korean Dramas and Films Written by Thuy On December 31, 2014
Do any of our drama fan readers recognize this scene?
It’s from SBS‘s drama “Modern Farmer“, where the mother is lecturing her drunken son about getting married. Written in the photo is the Vietnamese subtitle that says:
If you keep drinking everyday like that, even if you go to Vietnam you will not find a bride.
The scene was considered an offense toward Vietnamese women and angered Vietnamese online communities enough for the photo to be spread like wildfire over Facebook. It got to the point that SBS has run into some serious troubles with the Korean Consul General in Vietnam for its lack of consideration. The station has stepped down and apologized, and Modern Farmer continued to air normally, but the story may run deeper than that.
Name: 안용준 / Ahn Yong Joon (An Yong Jun)
Birthplace: South Korea
Star sign: Scorpio
Blood type: A
Education: Myongji College (Drama major)
Monster (jTBC, 2012)
Can’t Lose (MBC, 2011)
Hair Show (KBS2, 2011)
God’s Quiz (OCN, 2010)
Comrades (KBS2, 2010)
Gourmet (SBS, 2008)
I Am Happy (SBS, 2008)
Get Karl! Oh Soo Jung (SBS, 2007)
Capital Scandal (KBS2, 2007)
90 Days, Falling in Love Days (MBC, 2006)
The Book of Three Han (MBC, 2006)
My Lovely Fool (SBS, 2006)
Secret Campus (EBS, 2006)
Love and Ambition (SBS, 2006)
Sharp 3 (KBS2, 2006)
Profile Name: 배종옥/ Bae Jong Ok
Birthplace: Seoul, Korea
Star sign: Taurus
Blood type: O
Family: One daughter
TV Shows Kim Soo Ro (MBC, 2010)
The World That They Live In (KBS2, 2008)
On Air (SBS, 2008, cameo)
Woman of Matchless Beauty, Park Jung Kum (MBC, 2008)
Several Questions That Make Us Happy (KBS2, 2007)
My Man’s Woman (SBS, 2007)
Goodbye Solo (KBS2, 2006)
Beating Heart (MBC, 2005)
More Beautiful Than a Flower (KBS2, 2004)
While You Were Dreaming (MBC, 2003)
Man in Crisis (MBC, 2002)
Tender Hearts (KBS1, 2001)
Lie (KBS, 1998)
Hotel (MBC, 1995)
Movies Five Senses of Eros (2009)
Ad-Lib Night (2006)
Love Talk (2005)
Hello Brother (2004)
Jealousy Is My Middle Name (2002)
My Beautiful Girl, Mari (2001)
Recognitions 2008 KBS Drama Awards: Best Supporting Actress (The World That They Live In)
Trivia Hobby: Water skiing
Name: 배슬기 / Bae Seul Gi (Pae Sul Ki)
Profession: Singer and actress
Birthplace: South Korea
Star sign: Libra
Blood type: B
Family: Younger brother and a younger sister
Education: Sanmyon University (Drama and Cinematography)
Religion: Christianity (Roman Catholic)
Late Night Hospital (MBC, 2011)
The Greatest Love (MBC, 2011)
Rainbow Romance (MBC, 2005)
Banjun Drama Unforgettable Love (SBS, 2005)
Sea God (KBS2, 2004)
Name: Chae Min Hee
Birthdate: May 2, 1981
Birthplace: South Korea
Blood Type: O
TV Novel Bok Hee (KBS2, 2011)
Mary Stayed Out All Night (KBS2, 2010)
Kyung Sook’s Father (KBS2, 2009)
Name: 채민서 / Chae Min Seo (Chae Min Suh)
Real name: 조아라 / Jo Ah Ra (Cho A Ra)
Birthplace: South Korea
Star sign: Pisces
Blood type: AB
Family: Parents and brother
Education: Daeduk University
You Don’t Know Women (SBS, 2010)
Money’s Warfare (SBS, 2007) Bonus Round
Bad Couple (SBS, 2007)
Romance Hunter (TVN, 2007)
Banjun Drama (SBS, 2005)
Pearl Necklace (KBS2, 2003)
Name: 채시라 / Chae Si Ra (Chae See Ra)
Birthplace: South Korea
Star sign: Cancer
Family: Husband Kim Tae Wook and one daughter
Education: Dongkuk University
Five Fingers (SBS, 2012)
Queen Insoo (jTBC, 2011)
Empress Chun Chu (KBS2, 2009)
The Invisible Man (KBS2, 2006)
Emperor of the Sea (KBS2, 2004)
Terms of Endearment (KBS2, 2004)
The Maengs’ Golden Era (MBC, 2002)
Cheers for the Women (SBS, 2000)
People’s House (KBS1, 1999)
King and Queen (KBS1, 1998)
Legend of Ambition (KBS2, 1998)
Legend of Heroes (MBC, 1997)
Mimang (MBC, 1996)
Dangerous Love (MBC, 1996)
Apartment (MBC, 1995)
The Girl of My Son (MBC, 1994)
Seoul’s Moon (MBC, 1992)
Pilot (MBC, 1993)
Sons and Daughters (MBC, 1992)
Eyes of Dawn (MBC, 1991)
Pa Mun (MBC, 1989)