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Name: 장근석 / Jang Geun Suk (Jang Keun Suk)
Profession: Actor, Singer, Model
Weight: 63 kg
Star sign: Leo
Blood Type: A
Education: Bangsan High
Hobby: Listening to music, cooking, target shooting
Love Rain (KBS2, 2012)
Mary Stayed Out All Night (KBS2, 2010)
You’re Beautiful (SBS, 2009)
Beethoven Virus (MBC, 2008)
Hong Gil Dong (KBS2, 2008)
Hwang Jin Yi (KBS2, 2006)
Alien Sam (2006)
Lovers in Prague (SBS, 2005)
Nonstop 4 (MBC, 2003)
Daemang (SBS, 2002)
Name: 이병헌 / Lee Byung Hun (Lee Byeong Heon)
Profession: Actor and singer
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Star sign: Cancer
Blood type: O
Family: Mother and a younger sister
Talent agency: Tube Entertainment, Creative Artist Agency (U.S.)
Education: Daewang Elementary School, Youngdong Middle School, ChungdongHigh School, Hanyang University (French Literature major), and GraduateSchool of Chung Ang University (Theater and Cinematography major)
Languages: English, Korean, French, and Mandarin
YJ is furious- how dare she says San’s name? YJ begins to cry.
DH’s mother brings out the pictures of San, alive, healthy, and well. YJ’s hands shake as she looks as the pictures, and even DH can’t shake that expression off his face.
“There’s no way I wouldn’t know that San was living,” YJ cries, still half in denial. DH’s mom says that it was all for YJ and DH, that it would’ve been impossible for YJ to raise San, that it would’ve been impossible to do anything for San with that red string (indicating YJ’s criminal record) around her ankle. She says San is growing well, but YJ doesn’t want to hear her excuses.
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Chi-ho proposes, San interrupts, and the factory grandma makes it her goal in life to sing San’s praises so that Shin-young doesn’t have a chance to give her yea or nay on the marriage.
Chi-ho elects to wait while the grandma drags Shin-young with her and a few other workers to see a doctor, and it’s only after they get a checkup that Shin-young hears that the surgery for Bong-soon’s father has already beenpaid for.
Korean music’s unchanging voice, Lee Sun Hee, is celebrating her 30-year career with her 15th studio album, “Serendipity“! This album comes five years since her last album in 2009, “Love.”
“Serendipity” celebrates both the singer’s growth and style of the past 30 years. She has composed nine out of the 11 tracks, and has written the lyrics for seven. The album title track is the pop ballad ”Meet Him Among Them.“
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JH and Hoon are united in Hoon’s house and they hug and they’re both teary eyed with happiness then they do the touchy-touchy with each others faces and then they start doing the kissy-kissy dayum the drama is just like “please enjoy this before we rip apart your feels lol”
Cha is in his car in front of Hoons house and then bodyguard shades come and ask him if he’s on guard and its time to start stage 2 of their plan and Cha says don’t worry, the southerners will be shaking in fear by morning
preview nextview 1/20 preview nextview On June 4, the 5th Regional Elections took place all across South Korea from 6AM to 6PM (KST). The election day brought in 23,464,573 votes, or 56.8 percent of voters, who participated in the national event on Wednesday, making it the highest number of votes for a Regional Election in history.
Also participating were celebrities, who made sure to head for the polls and do their parts as Korean citizens. They left evidence in photos that they voted and encouraged many others to do the same while there was still time.
Infinite”s L, also known as Kim Myungsoo, has been cast in a new role. He will have a part in the upcoming SBS drama “My Lovely Girl,” which also stars Rain.
True to life, he will play a flower boy singer, and although several singers will appear in the drama, his role will be an important one. The drama is also notable because it marks Rain”s small screen comeback.
It won”t be L”s first time playing a musician in a drama as he played an indie band member who goes on to be an idol in “Shut Up Flower Boy Band.”
Notes on a Scandal: What Can SM Entertainment Learn from 2014? Written by Kelsey On July 30, 2014
All is not well in the house of SM Entertainment. To be fair, 2014 thus far has given us a host of scandals across the entertainment companies, but SM has had more than a full plate of controversies, most of which have been handled really, really poorly.
I’m sure the big wigs in the management offices have asked each other the question we’re mulling over now: how can so many things go wrong in a such a short time period?
The beautiful apartment that Jun Ji Hyun lived in when she played the Hallyu star Chun Song Yi in “You Who Came From The Stars” was actually a set specially built for the drama. But in real life the actress owns an impressive amount of real estate.
Many Korean actors and entertainment executives choose to invest their earnings in real estate but Jun Ji Hyun tops the list of real estate holdings among k-drama and k-movie actresses.
A wealth-tracking website named appropriately Chaebul.com, says that the appraised value of buildings owned by Jun Ji Hyun in Seoul totals about $13 million.
Do you ever watch a drama and marvel over the gorgeous mansions that the characters live in? I sure do! Here are 8 beautiful houses that will make you want to immediately move to Korea.
1. Do Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun)’s House in My Love From Another Star
Do Min Joon-ssi won over the hearts of viewers for a great number reasons, but his spectacular home was certainly a contributing factor.
His house really has it all. Unforgettable rooms include the breathtaking balcony and the lofted living room.
(Photo : Boys Over Flowers ) The image of Kim Hyun Joong as Ji Hoo in “Boys Over Flowers” remains ingrained in the memories of K-Drama fans.
The recent allegations of domestic abuse involving SS501’s Kim Hyun Joong present an interesting situation that has developed in K-Pop and K-Drama. This is not an article illustrating the various aspects of the news surrounding the allegations, but one which considers how the image Kim Hyun Joong cultivated in “Boys Over Flowers” has affected the way in which fans have reacted to the news.
(Photo : JYP Entertainment ) 2PM is back with “Go Crazy!”
On September 15, JYP Entertainment”s 2PM released their fourth album “Go Crazy!” “Go Crazy!” is an eleven track album, with Korean versions of the previously released songs “I”m Your Man” and “Beautiful.”
“Go Crazy!” is the follow up to the 2013 Korean studio album “Grown.” Fans of the group have eagerly anticipated the unified return of members Taecyeon, Nichkhun, Wooyoung, Chansung, Junho, and Jun.K.
The album opens with the whimsical dance track “Go Crazy!” “Go Crazy!” sets a playful tone for the album, which helps to elevate the song above many of the other tracks on the release.
“Go Crazy!” is a party anthem, along the lines of “Hands Up.” 2PM member Jun.K was heavily involved in the creation process of the track “Go Crazy!” with lyrical, musical, and production credits.
“Like Tonight” is more down tempo than “Go Crazy!” One of the distinguishing qualities of 2PM remains the ability of the group to seamlessly harmonize. The cohesiveness of 2PM is made readily apparent on “Like Tonight” with its inclusion of a rap break and complex melodies.
One of the quirkiest standout tracks on “Go Crazy!” is the Swing and jazz influenced song “She”s Ma Girl.” The musical accompaniment for “She”s Ma Girl” makes the song a creation which is truly delightful to listen to. “She”s Ma Girl” evokes images of a sultry jazz club, which is populated by the elegant men of 2PM. “She”s Ma Girl” would be a comfortable fit if the track was included on a musical or K-Drama soundtrack.
The tone of “Go Crazy!” shifts as the album transitions from “She”s Ma Girl” to “Mine.” “Mine” delivers the album into the territory of “90s inspired R&B, with lyrics by Chansung and Taecyeon. The track channels the sound of artists like Michael Jackson, in a unique and infectious way.
“Awesome!” is the fifth track on “Go Crazy!” marking the midpoint of the album. The down tempo nature of the track is contradictory to its title. While the tempo of “Rain is Falling” is similar, the track incorporates the soulful trademark sound of 2PM.
The jazzy musicality incorporated on “She”s Ma Girl” appears on the track “Boyfriend.” “Boyfriend” also employs the entrancing vocals of 2PM in an aurally pleasing fashion. “Pull & Pull” is a track which ushers in the conclusion of the album, with succinct and full bodied soul.
“Goodbye Trip” is a disco-influenced electronic dance track which helps to reinforce the party atmosphere of “Go Crazy!”
“Go Crazy!” concludes with the Korean versions of “Beautiful” from the 2013 Japanese release “Legend of 2PM” and “I”m Your Man.” “I”m Your Man” was second Japanese single from 2PM, the song was also released on the 2011 Japanese studio album “Republic of 2PM.” Both tracks are given new life through their Korean language release, providing testimony to the musical power of Park Jin Young.
Listen to the new 2PM album “Go Crazy!” HERE.
As K-Drama fans, we instantly recognize a couple of favorite faces and big names. These are the acting royalty, making up the top tier of Korea”s version of Hollywood, constantly being casted and re-casted as protagonists and basking in the spotlight on our TV/computer screens.
There”s a reason that these actors are always snagging the big roles; they bring life to their characters with a certain style and flair. But as they grow older and move on to take on more mature roles, we have to ask, who will be the second generation of acting royalty? Who are the up-and-coming actors that we can expect to reign in the future? The current princes who can claim the future vacant thrones.
New York-based content provider DramaFever is celebrating its fifth birthday this year.
Since its launch in 2009, the site has expanded beyond Korean dramas to include drama series, variety shows, kids programming and movies from around the world. The content provider not only continues to show k-dramas but it co-produced one of the most popular recent k-dramas “The Heirs,” starring Lee Min Ho, Park Shin Hye, Kim Woo Bin, Choi Jin Hyuk and Krystal Jung. It was the first time that an American content site co-produced an original k-drama.
Hefty Line-up of the Hottest New Asian Series Includes Romance, High School and Period Dramas – Made Available for the First Time in the U.S. with English Subtitles and within 24 Hours of their International TV Premieres
DramaFever (www.dramafever.com), the top online video destination for international TV series and movies, today announced a fall lineup that includes four exclusive premieres along with a large crop of other highly anticipated Asian drama series. All will premiere on DramaFever within 24 hours of the original international airings, and with professional subtitles.
DramaFever began as the North American home for Korean dramas in 2009 – and has since brought this addictive genre to U.S. Millennials of all ethnicities and backgrounds. The network has grown from 2.5 million unique monthly viewers in 2012 to 10 million in 2013 and more than 20 million today.
Popular DramaFever series including “Good Doctor” and “Answer to 1997” (recently licensed for U.S. remakes by CBS and FOX, respectively); co-produced mega hits like “The Heirs”; and cultural phenomena like “Boys over Flowers” have helped DramaFever double its audience over the past year. DramaFever”s audience is comprised of mostly young women, and is ethnically diverse (40 percent Caucasian, 30 percent Latino, 15 percent Black and 15 percent Asian). Additionally, it averages nearly 54 hours viewed (more than 3,200 minutes) per month, a number approximately five times Netflix (664 minutes) and 14 times Hulu (224 minutes) [Infographic].
Since its launch five years ago, DramaFever has expanded beyond Korean dramas to include 15,000 episodes from 70 content partners in 15 countries. Fans can now come to DramaFever to find not only the best K-dramas, but also drama series, variety shows, kids programming and movies from around the world – as they aired in their native countries and subtitled in English and other languages in order to make this great content accessible to the masses.
Exclusive this Fall to DramaFever:
“Blade Man” (now available) – Joo Hong-Bin (Lee Dong-wook) is a tortured video game executive, living in an extraordinary world where humans possess super-strength and weather controlling powers. In this series, anything can happen…even a romance between a tortured soul like Joo Hong-Bin and a game developer with a heart of gold, Son Se-Dong (Sin Se-kyeong).
“After School: Lucky or Not” (September 20) – The hit Japanese import returns for a second season of teenage mischief and suspense. The series follows a timid high school student who discovered the “Lucky or Not Club” where each day, the club members draw a random slip of paper that contains an extraordinary mission for the group to complete.
“Greatest Marriage” (September 27) – Series follows the ups and downs of four tales of love and marriage all centering around a single mother. Stars Bae Soo-bin, Park Si-yeon and Noh Min-woo-I.
“Servants” (November 17) – What if “Sex and the City” was set hundreds of years ago? A love and survival story about three women living during Korea”s Chosun Dynasty, the life of a beautiful and popular socialite quickly changed when her father is framed as a traitor and she is forced to become a servant. While working in a royal family”s home, she befriends her former servant girl and gets involved in a love triangle with the city”s most famous female entertainer.
Also Coming to DramaFever this Fall:
“My Lovely Girl” (now available) – International superstar, Rain stars as Hyun-Wook, the president of an entertainment company, who loses his girlfriend in a tragic accident. Love works in complicated ways as disaster leads Hyun-Wook to meet his deceased girlfriend”s younger sister.
“Secret Door” (September 22) – Period drama following the conflict between King Yeongjo (Han Seok-Kyu) and Crown Prince Sado (Lee Je-hoon) as they argue over how to rule their subjects.
“Boarding House 24” (September 23) – Big names from K-pop including ZE:A – Children of Empire“s Dong Jun, Jewelry”s Semi, VIXX”s Ken, and Rainbow”s Hyunyoung are set star in this new series about six men and woman living together in a boarding house.
“Modern Farmer” (October 18) – A rock band decides that they need to get out of the city and move to the countryside. Without the distraction of the bright lights, the members of “Excellent Souls” are able find themselves, their dreams and maybe even love.
“Birth of a Beauty” (November 9) – Life changes for a woman who is transformed after she loses a drastic amount of weight.
“Pinocchio” (November 13) – Choi In Ha (Park Shin-hye), a 20-something reporter cannot tell a lie….without suffering from a terrible case of hiccups. In this fun spin on the Pinnochio fairy tale, Choi has the perfect condition for a journalist searching for the truth.
“My Lovable Girl” is not sugar coating any of the negative aspects of the Korean entertainment industry. The drama, which concerns the president of a talent agency, and his protégée, an aspiring songwriter, deals with some of the negative practices in the k-pop industry.
While negative practices such as trainee abuse are probably an exception rather than the rule, they do happen, and it”s interesting to see k-pop stars such as Rain, f(x)”s Krystal Jung, Infinite”s L and Hoya bring these issues to life.
(Photo : KBS2, SBS ) Sungyeol, L, Hoya, and Wooyoung are currently starring in Korean dramas.
K-Pop boy band INFINITE has musically distinguished themselves from their contemporaries through intense synchronized choreography and unique musicality through work with production teams like Sweetune.
But the members are setting themselves apart in other ways too. The seven-member group currently has four members starring in Korean dramas.
INFINITE’s L and Hoya recently returned to Korean television in the musical drama “My Lovely Girl.” “My Lovely Girl” stars Rain and f(x) member Krystal as two wounded souls who connect through a supernatural love of music.
Rain and Krystal”s drama “My Lovely Girl” is doing well among Chinese viewers.
SBS”s Wednesday-Thursday drama “My Lovely Girl” is raking in impressive views from Chinese audiences, as reflected in the show”s viewership from two of China”s largest video-hosting sites, Youku and Tudou.
It was reported “My Lovely Girl” received over 7.5 million views in its first day of broadcast, reaching more than 40 million views within its first ten days. As of writing, it is the most viewed Korean drama, and the third most viewed drama in China.