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Watch China’s viral music video that mimics PSY’s Gangnam Style

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Watch China’s viral music video that mimics PSY’s Gangnam Style

The song Little Apple from a music video made by the Chopsticks Brothers has taken China by storm ever since its release. This is also the song used in the hilarious parody video starring Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un that North Korea wants erased from the internet. But the adventures of grass root talent and music duo Chopsticks Brothers didn’t start with, or will it end with this unique music video.

This MV is actually a promotional short for a new movie called Old Boy: The Way Of The Dragon.Without any marquee stars or a big budget, the movie with a unique mix of comedy, action and music became a blockbuster within 4 days of its release despite strong competition from such big name movies as Transformers: Age of Extinction.

allkpop's Top 50 K-Pop MVs of 2013: 1-25

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allkpop's Top 50 K-Pop MVs of 2013: 1-25

Throughout the month of December, we brought you our list of the best and most important K-Pop songs of 2013. Now, with the new year, we”re pleased to present the best K-Pop music videos of 2013! 

Read on to find out where your favorites rank in our list. On today”s list, we bring you the second half – numbers 25 through 1.

SEE ALSO: allkpop”s Top 50 K-Pop MVs of 2013: 26-50


25. SHINee “Dream Girl”
Label:
SM Entertainment
Release Date: February 19th, 2013

SHINee“s been a busy, busy group this year, knocking out comeback after comeback with very little time for breaks in between- so much so that it seems like “Dream Girl“, their first video of 2013, came out much earlier than it actually did. The video features all five guys navigating a strange, topsy-turvy dream world while chasing a faceless girl in a painting through rooms where time and gravity have no meaning.

Pianist Yiruma Receives Standing Ovation During Sold-Out Concert in Singapore

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 Pianist Yiruma Receives Standing Ovation During Sold-Out Concert in Singapore

Yiruma, the internationally-renowned pianist-composer from South Korea was in Singapore to perform publicly for the very first time at The Star Performing Arts Center on April 5. All 5,000 tickets were completely sold out. I was so lucky to be able to watch him perform his beautiful melodies; it was even more meaningful because that day was my birthday!

The soft-spoken pianist has a great sense of humor, surprisingly. After opening the concert with “May Be“, Yiruma stood up to greet the 5,000 strong audience.

Watch China’s viral music video that beats Gangnam Style at its own game

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Watch China’s viral music video that beats Gangnam Style at its own game

The song Little Apple from a music video made by the Chopsticks Brothers has taken China by storm ever since its release. This is also the song used in the hilarious parody video starring Supreme Leader Kim Jong-Un that North Korea wants erased from the internet. But the adventures of grass root talent and music duo Chopsticks Brothers didn’t start with, or will it end with this unique music video.

This MV is actually a promotional short for a new movie called Old Boy: The Way Of The Dragon.Without any marquee stars or a big budget, the movie with a unique mix of comedy, action and music became a blockbuster within 4 days of its release despite strong competition from such big name movies as Transformers: Age of Extinction.

T.O.P Takes on Action in “Commitment”

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T.O.P Takes on Action in “Commitment”

T.O.P Takes on Action in “Commitment” Written by Lo On July 31, 2014

Commitment was arguably the most buzzed-about Korean film of 2013. Partially because of the high concept of a reluctant teenager forced into espionage, but mostly because said teenager was played the one and only T.O.P. However, buzz and quality are usually not connected. How did Commitment hold up to its promised weight?

Spoilers Ahead

Commitment is a violent, gory shoot-’em-up filled with injuries and murder and an alarmingly cavalier attitude towards death. It really only bothers with the modern politics of the North-South divide because it’s a convenient backdrop for the blood and gore. This is not said as a criticism but a clarification. Many were disappointed by the rather small part the politics played in the film. They were expecting The Hunt for Red October and got The Boondock Saints. By the standards of a typical political thriller, Commitment leaves a lot to be desired. By the standards of an action flick, it doesn’t simply succeed. Commitment actually excels.

Sharks & Pirates! Kim Nam Gil and Son Ye Jin Reunite

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Sharks & Pirates! Kim Nam Gil and Son Ye Jin Reunite

The Korean summer movie “Pirates“ comes out this week, starring Kim Nam Gil and Son Ye Jin. Does this pairing sound familiar? “Shark,” one of the dramas nominated for the Seoul International Drama Awards, was the previous collaboration of these actors, which aired from May to July of last year. It was also part of a revenge trilogy directed by Park Chan Hong partnered with screenwriter Kim Ji Woo, the brilliant minds behind “Resurrection“ (2005) and ”The Devil” (2007).

Fans Pick Top 6 Soundtracks Used in “Fated to Love You”

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Fans Pick Top 6 Soundtracks Used in “Fated to Love You”

*Warning: Mild spoilers included

Now halfway through the drama, MBC’s “Fated to Love You” is gathering much attention for the wittiness of their choice in background music (BGM). Many of these were soundtracks used in previous dramas and films that add to the comical nature of a scene. Out of the countless number of tracks used, fans picked the BEST SIX. Do you know any of them?

Episode 1: “Chuno” OST – “Change” by Gloomy 30s

In the first episode of the drama, there was a scene where Lee Gun (Jang Hyuk) took off the jacket of his suit to get rid of the large dog that had been chasing after him. During this scene, the song, “Change” by the Gloomy 30s got played. This added to the hilarity of the scene because the song that had been used to increase the tension of the action scenes in “Chuno” was used while Jang Hyuk was running away from a dog. The track inevitably created the connection between Jang Hyuk’s character in “Fated to Love You” and his character from “Chuno.” This was a nice attention-gatherer for the first episode, as it became the scene of interest that viewers focused on in the drama’s first episode.

Box office picks for Chuseok

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Box office picks for Chuseok

Screen shots of films screened at local theaters during the Chuseok holiday season. From top left: “My Brilliant Life“, “Tazza: The High Rollers 2“, “The King of Jokgu” and “Hill of Freedom“. From bottom left: “Lucy”, “Step Up: All In”, “Doraemon the Movie: Nobita in the New Haunts of Evil – Peko and the Five Explorers” and “Maya the Bee Movie”.

After the period action film “The Admiral: Roaring Currents” broke box office records nationwide, this Chuseok will be quieter than usual in terms of heavyweight releases – especially compared to 2012 and 2013. For the past two years, big-budget costume films such as “The Face Reader” (2013) and “Masquerade” (2012) hit cinemas around Chuseok, the Korean equivalent of Thanksgiving. This year, however, there are no widely anticipated movies coming to the box office in time for the annual holiday. But there are plenty of alternative options, ranging from action movies to dramas to quality art-house flicks, which are sure to appeal to a wide range of tastes. Chuseok has always been a good time to head to the cinema as it is relatively less crowded at theaters during the long holiday period.For those who have decided to stay in the city instead of visiting their hometown or making an overseas trip, the Korea JoongAng Daily has come up with a list of the movies screening at local cinemas during the five-day holiday, which begins Saturday. Star-filled domestic filmsTazza: The High Rollers 2““Tazza: The High Rollers 2” may be the closest thing to a special “Chuseok film” this year with its starry cast, lighthearted storyline and tons of laughs.The sequel to 2006 box office hit “The War Of Flower” features Choi Seung-hyeon, better known as T.O.P from K-pop band Big Bang. Choi plays Dae-gil, the nephew of the good-natured male lead from the Tazza prequel, Goni, who had an innate talent for the Korean card game hwatu. Dae-gil is an ambitious young man and is also a hwatu natural, a skill he discovers when his genuine love for Mi-na (Sin Se-kyeong) leads him into the world of dangerous gambling.With their risque wardrobes, Sin and fellow female cast member Lee Honey, a beauty pageant-turned-actress, are sure to lure some males to the cinema. Actors Yoo Hae-jin and Kim Yoon-seok from the first feature also reappear as sidekicks in the film.“My Brilliant Life“Faithfully based on Kim Ae-ran“s 2011 novel of the same title, “My Brilliant Life” features some of the nation”s best-known actors, Kang Dong-won and Song Hye-kyo, as a young, married couple.The film is centered on their child, Ah-reum, and his terminal illness, progeria – a rare genetic disorder that causes premature aging. Ah-reum is only 16 years old, but his physical age surpasses 80. Each character in the family endures hardship as a result of the disease – from making ends meet to dealing with deep wrinkles as a teenager – but they never lose hope.The film is sad, but it brings tears to your eyes in a heartwarming way. It incorporates the themes of family, hope and happiness, and, by the time the movie finishes, viewers will have discovered a new appreciation for life.Visual treats from Hollywood“Lucy”After a line of Hollywood summer movies that featured non-human heros such as apes, transforming cars and turtle ninjas, Luc Besson”s latest action flick “Lucy” will show us some of our favorite Hollywood stars, including Scarlett Johansson and Morgan Freeman, in more straightforward roles. In “Lucy”, viewers will also get a glimpse of Korean actor Choi Min-sik playing a villainous role as a mob boss.The movie is based on the old adage that humans only use 10 percent of their brains. But what happens if the brain functions at its fullest? The film explores the catastrophic situation this could result in.The film”s titular lead, played by Johansson, is a blue-eyed, pretty party girl who gets kidnapped by a Korean gangster and is forced to smuggle drugs in her stomach. While on the airplane, Lucy is beaten by members of another gang. The drugs dissolve into her abdomen, leading her brain to function at a higher capacity. “Step Up: All In”This is the “Step Up” series” fifth installment, and just like with many ongoing film franchises, it”s better not to get your hopes up too much about it. In the case of this dance flick, at least, the sharply coordinated choreography and the head-nodding beats and grooves will give viewers a thrill. The movie is also being released with 3-D effects, so the experience will get even more exciting. “All In” picks up from the fourth “Step Up” film, where the crew gained recognition by uploading videos of their flash mobs to YouTube. The team flies to Los Angeles and Las Vegas from their hometown of Miami, for a turn on a bigger stage. Some familiar faces from the second and third series, such as Adam G. Sevani, also make appearances. Authentic indie moviesHill of Freedom“Korean auteur Hong Sang-soo“s latest romance movie has a serene, laid-back vibe and is an apt choice for couples or indie movie aficionados alike.In a testament to its quality, “Hill of Freedom” recently screened at the ongoing Venice International Film Festival.The movie draws upon the quest of Japanese teacher Mori, played by Ryo Kase, who returns to Korea to find the woman he loved years ago. During his stay in Seoul, Mori wanders around Bukchon, a neighborhood located in central Seoul that boasts its tranquil atmosphere and a historical background.Mori fails to track down the woman, who goes by her surname, Kwon, so instead he writes letters to her about his daily life from Hill of Freedom, a cafe owned by Young-sun (Moon So-ri).There are no dramatic or emotional moments throughout the film, which is expected considering Hong”s past record. But the nonchalant approach to ordinary people”s lives is the film”s strong point, just like always in the director”s understated movies. If you”re tired of gaudy commercial movies, this feature is for you. “The King of Jokgu“It”s not a comedy, nor a sports flick: “The King of Jokgu“, crafted by rookie director Woo Moon-gi, encompasses humor, drama, satire and romance – all in its slightly more than 100-minute running time.Man-sub has just returned to university after completing his military service, which is mandatory in Korea for most men, and finds out that the jokgu, or foot volleyball, court was removed in his absence. As a result, the former jokgu champion appeals to his university”s chancellor to build a new court instead of worrying about his GPA score, which is remarkably low. Every one of his peers spends their days building up their so-called “specs”, qualities, skills or test scores that they hope will lead to a good job, while all Man-sub wants to do is play jokgu and date a pretty girl. The offbeat plot line and humor of “The King of Jokgu” brings laughter while satirizing the sad reality of a life focused on work, with no love and passion. Animated featuresDoraemon the Movie: Nobita in the New Haunts of Evil – Peko and the Five ExplorersThe character may be older than most parents of the children who will be watching the new movie at cinemas, but Doraemon”s everlasting popularity among kids is not about to fade anytime soon. The latest feature-length version of the “Doraemon” animation is a remake of the 1982 film “Nobita and the Haunts of Evil”, in which Nobita and Doraemon take off on an adventure to an unknown land only to find the kingdom”s dogs being exploited by an evil minister. The Doraemon crew then try to save the kingdom from evil. “Maya the Bee Movie”The animation owes its adventurous and heroic plotline to the eponymous children”s book written by the famous German writer Waldemar Bonsels. It”s been reproduced in films and TV series many times, but this is the first time the film has been recreated with 3-D effects.The story is about the young honeybee Maya, who is always curious, friendly, adventurous and willing to help others. While once considered a problematic bee at the hive, later he comes to save the community from villains.

T.O.P.’s Acting Evolution: Tracing The BIGBANG Star’s Onscreen Roles

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T.O.P.’s Acting Evolution: Tracing The BIGBANG Star’s Onscreen Roles

He may be known primarily as a rapper from BIGBANG, but T.O.P., aka Choi Seung Hyun, is chalking up a nice chunk of credits on his acting resume. The sometimes model was most recently seen in the film “Tazza: The Hidden Card” (sequel to the 2006 film, “Tazza: The High Rollers”).

In “Tazza : The Hidden Card,” T.O.P. plays Ham Dae Gil, a wunderkind gambler in the omnibus sequel. The lighthearted feature takes audiences through the shady world of gambling alongside cast members Honey Lee, Shin Se Kyung, Kim Yun Seok, and Yoo Hae Jin.

Kim Woo Bin Is Bad In "Criminal Designer"

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Kim Woo Bin Is Bad In "Criminal Designer"

Kim Woo Bin is bad in his new film, “Criminal Designer.” He is criminally bad. That is, he plays a bad character, a safe-cracking con artist with a fondness for acquiring jewelry and antiques.

And given his last few drama roles, viewers can expect that he will do a good job of playing a bad but charming thug. He was bad-der than the bullies in “School 2013” and he was Lee Min Ho’s endearing bad boy rival in “The Heirs.”
‘Criminal Designer,” also previously called “The Technicians,” is the story of a group of professional con artists. They are hired by a mob boss to rob the almost $150 million supposedly hidden in an Incheon International Airport vault. And they have to do it within 40 minutes. You could almost see them as contract workers hired by other criminals to do the dirty work. And they are not afraid of a little danger.
The film was first screened at the 2014 Busan International Film Festival, where it won praise from viewers. After it was shown at the Asian Film Market, the rights were sold to China, Hong Kong, Taiwan and the Philippines. According to Lotte Entertainment, the film will be screened again at the American Film Market in the U.S. in November. “Criminal Designer” is set to premiere in Korea in December.
Part of the film’s appeal to buyers is Kim Woo Bin’s star power among younger viewers. But the cast also contains the appealing Lee Hyun Woo and some impressive veteran actors.
Lee Hyun Woo recently appeared in the films “Secretly Greatly” and the “Battle of Yeonpyeong.” He previously worked with Kim Woo Bin in the comedy “To The Beautiful You.” In “Criminal Designers” he plays Jung Bae, a genius hacker and Kim Woo Bin’s best friend.
Also in the cast are Lim Joo Hwan, Go Chang Suk, Kim Young Chul and Jo Yoon Hee.
Lim Joo Hwan, seen in “Ugly Alert,” plays a sidekick of the mob boss. Jo Yoon Hee, last seen in “Nine: Nine Time Travels” and soon to appear in ‘The King’s Face,” plays Eun Ha.
Kim Yong Chul, who appeared in “Iris II,” plays the mob boss who hires Kim Woo Bin and Lee Hyun Woo. Go Chang Seok, last seen in “Diary of Night Watchman” is the man who comes up with the plan. Kim Hong Sun, who directed “Traffickers,” is the film’s director.
Are you excited about this movie? Check out the trailer and let us know what you think.

5 K-Movies with Captivating Female Leads You Should Check Out

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5 K-Movies with Captivating Female Leads You Should Check Out

You can often turn to Korean movies for your fix of interesting, complex characters that you may not find in your average k-drama. You still get your typical lovestruck female leads in rom-com movies, but there are a bunch of more movies that feature fascinating female leads with interesting narratives. Here are five k-movies with captivating female leads that you should check out!

1. Sunny (2011) 

Sunny” is a heartwarming film about a group of eclectic middle-aged friends who get back together to relive their shining high school days. 80s throwback references, hilarious fight scene of ajummas vs. high school girl bullies, choreographed dances to Boney M’s cover of “Sunny”, and heartbreaking moments of true friendship make this movie a must-watch. Stars Kang Sora, Shim Eun Kyung, Jin Hee Kyung, and Yoo Ho Jung.

'The Heirs' Stars Sparkle In Theaters This Winter

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'The Heirs' Stars Sparkle In Theaters This Winter

When k-drama fans go to the movies this winter, their choice may likely be one of the three films featuring the stars of “The Heirs.” Park Shin Hye, Lee Min Ho and Kim Woo Bin all have films coming out in the next few months.

Lee Min Ho appears in his first film “Gangnam Blues,” also known as “Gangnam 1970.” The film takes place during the 1970s when the now affluent Gangnam section of Seoul was quickly being developed for profit. The desire to acquire land led to political corruption and involved gangs.
Lee Min Ho’s character grew up in an orphanage with another character played by Kim Rae Won. The struggle for land will pit them against each other. The film also stars Kim Ji Su and Jung Jin Young. Every one of Lee Min Ho’s dramas has been a success, so his film debut is highly anticipated. The film is due to be released in January 2015.

Park Shin Hye’s film “The Tailors,” also known as “The Royal Tailor” also features actors Han Suk Kyu, currently in “Secret Door,” Ko Soo, last seen in Empire of Gold, and Yoo Yeon Suk, the star of “Reply 1994.” It’s the story of Joseon era tailors who created beautiful clothes for the royal family. Park Shin Hye plays the young queen, whose taste for the latest fashions gets the court involved in some political conflicts. It was not Park Shin Hye’s first film. The 24-year-old actress appeared in her first film in 2006. But it was her first historical film.
“It was my first time filming a historical move,” she said. “I was happy that I was able to film it with such great colleagues.”
The film is set for a December release date.

Kim Woo Bin, who played Lee Min Ho’s rival for Park Shin Hye’s affections, can be seen in the hightech heist film “Criminal Designers,” also called “Con Men” and “The Technicians.”
It’s the story of professional con artists who are hired by a mob boss to rob the almost $150 million supposedly hidden in an Incheon International Airport vault. And they have to do it within 40 minutes. Kim Woo Bin is a safecracking con artist and Lee Hyun Woo plays his associate, a genius hacker. Also in the cast are Lim Joo Hwan, Go Chang Suk, Kim Young Chul and Jo Yoon Hee. The film is set to premiere in Korea in December.

Check out the trailers and let us know which one you will see.

KTOWN Cowboys releases first teaser for upcoming movie

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KTOWN Cowboys releases first teaser for upcoming movie

The trailer for the upcoming movie, “Ktown Cowboys” shows the night life of people who live in Korea Town, Los Angeles.

Taking place in Los Angeles’ very own Korea Town, “Ktown Cowboys” is meant to show the night life and activities of people in Korea Town. They target to show the individuality of Los Angeles’ Korea Town, which is different from both California and Korea.

Ktown Cowboys, based off of the widely successful web-series of the same name, is a “bro-mantic” comedy set in the unique subculture of Los Angeles’ Koreatown. It’s a story about a group of ball-busting, hard-partying friends who are all struggling with their evolution into adulthood in their own unique but interconnected ways.

Bae Doo Na

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 Bae Doo Na

Name: 배두나 / Bae Doo-na (Bae Du-na)
Profession: Actress, Model
Date of birth: October 11, 1979
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Height: 171cm
Weight: 49kg
Blood type: O
Family: Parents, older brother, younger brother
Education: Graduate of Hanyang University

TV Series

Gloria (MBC, 2010)
God of Study (KBS2, 2010)
How to Meet a Perfect Neighbor (SBS, 2007)
Someday (OCN, 2006)
Beating Heart (MBC, 2005)
Rosemary (KBS, 2003)
Country Princess (MBC, 2003)
Mothers and Sisters (MBC, 2000)
Turn Your Angry Face (KBS, 2000)
RNA (KBS, 2000)
Love Story (SBS, 1999)
School (KBS, 1999)
Kwangki Ad Maniac (KBS, 1998)

Choi Jin Sil

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Choi Jin Sil

Name: 최진실 / Choi Jin-shil (Choe/Chae Jin-sil)
Chinese name : 崔眞實
Nickname: Miser
Profession: Actress
Birthdate: 1968-Dec-24
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Height: 163 cm
Weight: 46 kg
Star sign: Capricorn
Blood type: O
Family: Divorced from baseball player Jo Sung Min. 2 children
Hobby: Swimming, Drawing
Education: Sun-Il Girls’ High School
Family: Brother/singer/actor Choi Jin Young and two children

Chu Ja Hyun

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Chu Ja Hyun

Name: 추자현 / Choo Ja Hyun (Chu Ja Hyeon)
Real name: 추은주 / Choo Eun Joo (Chu Eun Ju)
Chinese name: 秋瓷炫 / Qiu Ci Xuan
Profession: Actress
Birthdate: 1979-Jan-20
Birthplace: Taegu, South Korea
Height: 170cm
Weight: 47kg
Star sign: Aquarius
Blood type: A
Debut: 1996
Education: University of Taegu (Major in Drama) (1997 graduate)
Religion: Christianity

TV Shows

A Man Called God (MBC, 2010)
Chu Liu Xiang (CCTV, 2007)
Da Qi Ying Xiong Zhuan (CCTV, 2007)
Oh! Pil Seung And Bong Soon Young (KBS2, 2004)
Sharp 1 (KBS2, 2003)
Scent of Love (TTV, 2003)
Successful Story of a Bright Girl (SBS, 2002)
Because of You (MBC, 2000)
Kaist (SBS, 1999)

Han Eun Jung

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Han Eun Jung

Name: 한은정 / Han Eun Jung (Han Un Jeong)
Profession: Model and actress
Birthdate: 1980-Jul-10
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Height: 170cm
Weight: 47kg
Star sign: Cancer
Blood type: A
Education: Seoul Institute of the Arts (Film degree)
Skill: Swimming
Hobbies: Kungfu, jazz dance, and bowling
Debut: 1999

TV Series

Dream of 400 Years (KBS2, 2011)
The Gumiho’s Revenge (KBS2, 2010)
Cinderella Man (MBC, 2009)
The Lawyers of The Great Republic Korea (MBC, 2008)
The Person I Love (SBS, 2007)
Seoul 1945 (KBS, 2006)
Wonderful Life (MBC, 2005)
Full House (KBS, 2004)
Scent of a Man (MBC, 2003)
Successful Story of a Bright Girl (SBS, 2002)
Age of Innocence (SBS, 2002)

Bae Yong Joon

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Bae Yong Joon

Name: 배용준 / Bae Yong-jun
Also Known as : Bae Yong Joon
Japanese nickname: Yon-sama
Date of Birth: August 29, 1972
Birthplace: Mapo, Seoul, South Korea
Height: 181cm
Weight: 78kg
Blood type: RH+ O
Profession: Actor
Religion: Roman Catholic
Education: Il-mun preschool/ Myung-il elem./ Baejae mid./ Hanyounghigh./ attending to FTM (Film, TV & Multimeadia) in school of art ofSungkyunkwan University
Company: http://www.bofkorea.com
Motto: Humane Life!
Hobbies: Fishing, Reading, Watching Movies
Specialty: Swimming, Water-skiing, Snow-board, Bowling and Kendo

Choi Kwon

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Choi Kwon

Name: 최권 / Choi Kwon
Profession: Actor
Birthdate: 1981-Dec-25
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Height: 178cm
Weight: 65kg
Star sign: Capricorn
Talent agency: Sim Entertainment

TV Shows

The King 2hearts (MBC, 2012)
Smile, You (SBS, 2009)
Kimchi Cheese Smile (MBC, 2007)
Mermaid Story (tvN, 2007)
Over the Rainbow (MBC, 2006)
A Love to Kill (KBS2, 2005)

Movies

Jo Jae Hyun

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Jo Jae Hyun

Name: 조재현 / Jo Jae Hyun (Cho Jae Hyeon)
Profession: Actor
Birthdate: 1965-Jun-30
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Height: 172cm
Weight: 65kg
Star sign: Cancer
Blood type: A
Family: Wife, 1 son and 1 daughter
Skill: Cooking
Hobbies: Golf and boxing

TV Shows

I Need a Fairy (KBS2, 2012)
Syndrome (jTBC, 2012)
Gye Baek (MBC, 2011)
New Heart (MBC, 2007)
Smile Of Spring Day (MBC, 2005)
Hong Kong Express (SBS, 2005)
Damo (MBC, 2003)
Snowman (MBC, 2003)
Piano (SBS, 2001)
Legend (SBS, 2001)
Rookie (SBS, 2001)
Did You Ever Love? (KBS2, 1999)
Queen (SBS, 1999)
Happy Together (SBS, 1999)
School 2 (KBS1, 1999)
Legend of Ambition (KBS2, 1998)
Love on a Jujube Tree (KBS, 1990)