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Hoping to receive some healing, the members of Girls’ Generation will appear on SBS’ Healing Camp.
On March 5, SNSD shoot for Healing Camp. SM Entertainment spoke with Newsen confirmed the news, saying, “SNSD is filming for Healing Camp
According to other broadcast affiliates, all nine members of SNSD will be present at the filming. As one of the best girl groups in Korea, the members will talk about their experiences so far with viewers hoping to hear something about Yoona and Soo Young’s dating life, which recently went public.
Girls’ Generation (SNSD)’s Yoona and Sooyoung will be speaking up on their now public relationships on the air.
The March 17 broadcast of SBS’s Healing Camp will feature Yoona and Sooyoung opening up to talk about their boyfriends, Lee Seung Gi and Jung Kyung Ho, respectively.
During the recording, Yoona shared about her secret dates with Lee Seung Gi and revealed that she sent a long text message to the SNSD members before the dating news broke out.
Living as idols since very young, some members of Girls’ Generation (SNSD) feel confused about their age.
March 17’s broadcast of SBS’s Healing Camp will feature Taeyeon and Yuri revealing that they are struggling with growing up.
Keeping themselves busy since they were teenagers, the SNSD members confessed during recording that they are now going through adolescence in their twenties.
Taeyeon said, “Sometime I forget my age because I keep myself so busy with promotional activities. I feel like I’m stuck at 21 years old.”
Appearing on SBS’ Healing Camp, Girls’ Generation’s Sooyoung finally opened up about her boyfriend and actor Jung Kyung Ho, addressing why they hid their relationship more than once.
On March 17, Sooyoung appeared on the talk show with her other group members, when the unavoidable subject finally came around.
Sooyoung shared that when the first dating rumor started spreading, they had only just started dating and decided to deny it, especially since there was no photo evidence. But with a second and third rumor surrounding them, MC Sung Yuri asked if Sooyoung didn’t know how to date in secret.
Girls’ Generation (SNSD)’s Taeyeon confessed having gone through tough times during the gap year.
During March 17’s broadcast of SBS’s Healing Camp, Taeyeon said, “After debuting at a young age, I kept busy with activities and the next thing I knew, years had already gone by. In my head, I was still 21 years old. I didn’t feel like I grew up at all.”
“Then we took a rather long period off this time. During the one year break, I went through difficult times, because I’m the type to be hard on myself and focus all my attention on one thing,” added Taeyeon.
Girls’ Generation (SNSD) talked about the times when the group fell victim to the Black Ocean.
During March 17’s broadcast of SBS’s Healing Camp, the SNSD members guested on the show to share ‘SNSD’s Five Daebak Incidents.’
Explaining one of the five incidents, Yoona said, “At the time when we were promoting the first album Into the New World in 2007, we performed in Dream Concert, and faced ten minutes of boycott. We started performing in front of the dark audience without any lights or sound, as if no one was there.”
As the main character of the story that broke out on the first day of 2014, Girls’ Generation Yoona talked about Lee Seung Gi as well as her feelings during that time.
On March 17, Yoona appeared on SBS’ Healing Camp, where she was asked about her relationship with Lee Seung Gi.
“It was the year of the horse, so all I thought about was how I was going to work hard through it. But on the first day of the new year, a year’s worth of articles came pouring out in one day,” shared Yoona. “I became the first SNSD member to go public with her relationship, so I had a lot of thoughts since because of me, the other 8 members would be put in uncomfortable positions, having to answer questions about me and my dating life.”
Girls’ Generation‘s sexy diva Yuri posted her selcas on her Instagram on March 21.
The singer seems to be getting prettier each day and her new two-toned hairstyle suits her very well.
Fans and netizens who saw the pictures commented, “Yuri looks so beautiful no matter what angle she takes her selfies in ,” “She posts her selfies in early morning,” and “Too pretty.”
Yuri and her members of SNSD are currently performing their new single “Mr. Mr.” and unsurprisingly, earned several awards as soon as they made their comeback.
There’s a lot of chatter in the Korean entertainment industry every single day, and we’re not just talking about the SNS World. We’re talking about the whole burrito with all of its delicious ingredients inside.
From variety shows to dramas, from Twitter to press conferences, we’ll be snooping around (almost) every corner and digging at (almost) every pothole to see who said what that was meaningful, controversial, or just something to chuckle at during our downtime.
What will it take for KBS’ Prime Minster and I to spurt up again?
On Monday night, the blossoming romance between Kwon Yul (Lee Bum Soo) and Nam Da Jung (Yoona) was more visible with the two characters slowly coming into realization that there may be more than just a contract marriage.
On top of that, Kang In Ho (Yoon Shi Yoon) has also come into the picture, causing more conflicts.
Despite the continuous flow of the storyline, the drama dropped down to 7.3 percent, although these numbers are still high compared to its previous ratings before award ceremonies.
Lee Hwi Jae appeared on the January 6 episode of SBS’s “Healing Camp,” and compared Kim Jae Dong to Sung Yuri’s past boyfriends. He started with hinting that the two hosts should try to do well together, asking Kim Jae Dong to not look in distant places for women, at which Sung Yuri immediately said, “But I refuse!” Kim Jae Dong replied, “Do you think I’ve been looking in distant places? I’ve always looked in close places, but they’re the ones that leave.”
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Danny Im shared an adorable photo of his son on Instagram on January 9, writing “Not looking too happy getting his first hair cut. ㅋㅋㅋ.”
Lollipops don’t always do the trick, apparently.
Rain hit us with some Chu Sarang-cute on January 8, tweeting the above photo from his M COUNTDOWN rehearsal with the message, “I met the chic girl I like so much~ Look forward to tonight’s comeback show with her ㅋ. She loves LA Song so much ㅎ At M COUNTDOWN tonight.”
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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For the first time since getting married, Lee Bo Young will be appearing on SBS’ Healing Camp.
She will be filming for the talk show on January 29.
On January 13, Newsen spoke with Lee Bo Young’s agency affiliate, who stated, “Lee Bo Young will be appearing in her first talk show after getting married. She’ll be talking about various topic.”
In 2013, Lee Bo Young appeared on I Hear Your Voice, eventually receiving the grand prize at the 2013 SBS Drama Awards. Not only did she succeed in her drama, Lee Bo Young has a lot to tell after getting married to Ji Sung.
It isn’t the lowest we′ve seen, but KBS’ Prime Minster and I continued its reign over last place with lower ratings.
On Monday night, Prime Minister and I recorded 6.9 percent in ratings, slipping back from its previous 7.3 percent.
The lowered ratings come from an episode that included a kiss, a special serenade from Lee Bum Soo, and a cameo appearance from EXO’s Suho.
As EXO’s Suho is expected to appear for a longer period of time in the following episodes, perhaps Prime Minster and I will see the EXO effect in the coming days, especially since nothing else seems to be working against such a big rival like MBC′s Empress Ki.
Lee Bo Young will be making a guest appearance on SBS’ “Healing Camp.”
On January 13, a representative of the show revealed to TV Report, “It has been confirmed that Lee Bo Young will be a guest on SBS’ ‘Healing Camp.’ After matching the schedules of both parties, we will go ahead with the filming.”
Last year, the beautiful actress starred in the highly successful “My Daughter Seo Young” and “I Can Hear Your Voice,” and ended her year by receiving the respected Grand Prize of the 2013 SBS Drama Awards. Thanks to her outstanding and charismatic performance in the two dramas, she has quickly become one of Korea’s most popular actresses.
While it might have been a low point for Ki Seung Nyang (Ha Ji Won)’s life, MBC’s Empress Ki was in high spirits, recording its highest ratings to date.
On Monday night, Empress Ki hit 20.8 percent. Its previous record was 20.3 percent, showing a rise of 0.5 percent since then.
The episode brought several dramatic moments, such as the loss of a baby, the false news of a death, and a birth secret in the making.
With these events continuing to pour out, viewers are paying close attention to how these conflicts will be resolved in the near future.
Former “Healing Camp” host Han Hye Jin recently made a surprise video appearance on the talk show.
In a recent interview with the “Healing Camp” production team, she talked about the current events in her life. This was her first time in seven months on the show since last June.
In the interview, Han Hye Jin talked about her husband Ki Sung Yueng, a soccer player. She said, “Even after marriage, my husband is the best. He’s the ‘only one!’”
Nothing’s stopping MBC’s Empress Ki as the ratings just continue to keep going and going.
On January 27, Empress Ki recorded 22.8 percent.
In the past four episodes since January 14, Empress Ki has risen consecutively from 20.3 percent to 20.8 percent to 22.6 percent to 22.8 percent.
It’s safe to say that Empress Ki is now firmly planted in the twenties.
Monday, January 27, 2014
With just one episode remaining, KBS′ Prime Minister and I hit its all-time low.
On Monday night, Prime Minister and I dropped to 4.9 percent, its lowest ratings ever since the drama began in December of 2013.
The episode also proved to be important as a big decision was made by Nam Da Jung (Yoona) in terms of her marriage with Kwon Yul (Lee Bum Soo), especially with the return of his wife, who was thought to be dead.
Meanwhile, MBC′s Empress Ki stayed in the 20 percent range with 23.9. SBS′ A Warm Word recorded 9.9.