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You Who Came From the Stars / You From Another Star E13 Recap

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You Who Came From the Stars / You From Another Star E13 Recap

You Who Came From the Stars / You From Another Star E13 Recap by Softy

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MJ says When I first came here – I wanted to help people who were in difficult situations with the abilities I had. to do that – I had to reveal the truth that I was a different being than them.

flashback to joseon when MJ walked by and helped a man whose leg was trapped under a rock. He uses his powers to lift the heavy rock and save the man

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.

[Throwback Thursday] Happy Anniversary, U-KISS! Fans Look Back on the Past Six Years + #SoompiAS4U Finalists!

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[Throwback Thursday] Happy Anniversary, U-KISS! Fans Look Back on the Past Six Years + #SoompiAS4U Finalists!

U-KISS Current Members: 7 (Soohyun, Kiseop, Eli, AJ [inactive], Hoon, Kevin, Jun) Former Members: Alexander, Kibum, Dongho Leader: Soohyun | Maknae: Jun Year of Debut: 2008 Fanclub: KISSMe Official Soompi Thread

Six years ago, they were the “new kids on the block,” hot off the trails of a Korean mini-album release and a Japanese debut. Now, they are one of the veterans of K-Pop and international darlings to fans all over the world.

Kim Ji Hoon Fulfills Promise to Dance EXO’s “Growl”

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Kim Ji Hoon Fulfills Promise to Dance EXO’s “Growl”

“Jang Bori is Here” actor Kim Ji Hoon showed his utmost gratitude to the viewers of his show as he danced to EXO‘s “Growl” to fulfill his promise.

On the August 31 broadcast of MBC’s “Section TV Entertainment Relay,” Kim Ji Hoon showed how he fulfilled his promise to the viewers of MBC’s “Jang Bori is Here” who gave the show a 30% viewership rating.

12 of the best k-drama style music videos

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12 of the best k-drama style music videos

We all love watching Korean dramas. Most of us are probably even guilty of neglecting the real world from time to time so we can go on K-drama benders and marathon our favorite shows.

They suck you in, make you laugh and cry, and keep you glued to your seat because you just HAVE to know if your favorite couple is going to end up together, or if the handsome spy is going to survive until the end. But K-dramas aren’t just exclusive to TV. Here’s a list of some of the best music videos with K-drama style plots!

12 Amazing K-Drama Style Music Videos By K-Pop Idols

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12 Amazing K-Drama Style Music Videos By K-Pop Idols

We all love watching Korean dramas. Most of us are probably even guilty of neglecting the real world from time to time so we can go on K-drama benders and marathon our favorite shows.

They suck you in, make you laugh and cry, and keep you glued to your seat because you just HAVE to know if your favorite couple is going to end up together, or if the handsome spy is going to survive until the end. But K-dramas aren’t just exclusive to TV. Here’s a list of some of the best music videos with K-drama style plots!

Korean JTBC Drama Yoo-na’s Street Episode 48 Preview

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Korean JTBC Drama Yoo-na’s Street Episode 48 Preview

Here is the preview of Korean JTBC Drama Yoo-na’s Street Episode 48. This Episode will air on JTBC on November 4th at 21:50 PM. Let’s check!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jk8mKnrnxco

Yoo-na’s Street (Hangul: 유나의 거리; RR: Yuna-eui Geoli) is a South Korean television series starring Kim Ok-bin and Lee Hee-joon. It airs on jTBC on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:50 for 50 episodes beginning May 19, 2014.

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Korean JTBC Drama Yoo-na’s Street Episode 50 Preview : 유나의 거리 48회 예고

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Korean JTBC Drama Yoo-na’s Street Episode 50 Preview : 유나의 거리 48회 예고

Here is the preview of Korean JTBC Drama Yoo-na’s Street Episode 50 (유나의 거리 50회 예고). This Episode will air on JTBC at 21:50 pm tonight. Let’s check!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bKwL-wSlXIA

Yoo-na’s Street (Hangul: 유나의 거리; RR: Yuna-eui Geoli) is a South Korean television series starring Kim Ok-bin and Lee Hee-joon. It airs on jTBC on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:50 for 50 episodes beginning May 19, 2014.

Gu Hye Sun Sings A Sad Song Of Parting

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Gu Hye Sun Sings A Sad Song Of Parting

So often, stories about actress Gu Hye Sun will start out with the line, “is there anything she can’t do?” She may very well be the most multi-talented star in the k-drama world.

Besides being an actress, she has her own film production company. She’s an author, an illustrator, a director and a singer. And she does not just sing other people’s songs. She composes the melodies and writes the lyrics for her own songs.
And now she has released her seventh single, titled “Must,” which also features Choi In Young. The song was written while she was working on her recent film, “Daughter.” Gu Hye Sun wrote and directed the film about the evolving relationship between a mother and daughter. The daughter in the film wants to establish her own identity and come out from her mother’s shadow but this separation cannot happen without some conflict and pain. Gu Hye Sun plays the daughter in the film and Shim Hye Jin, last seen in “Spring Days” and “a Secret Love Affair” plays her mother.
The music and lyrics of “Must” reflect the pain in the mother-daughter relationship. The evocative and haunting song expresses the emotions surrounding a parting that takes place in the film.
“Daughter” was invited to the recent 2014 Busan International Film Festival and the film premieres on Dec. 6. It is Gu Hye Sun’s third feature-length film.
Her last drama role was in the weekend drama “Angel Eyes.” In that drama Gu Hye Sun played a blind woman whose sight is restored after an operation. After she becomes an EMT, she once again meets her lost love. Gu Hye Sun has appeared in several dramas, including “The Musical” and “Take Care of Us Captain,” but her most famous drama role was that of the feisty Geum Jan Di in “Boys Over Flowers.” Her character stood up to the four spoiled rich boys that ran the school.
Gu Hye Sun’s original dream was to be a singer and she almost became part of the popular group 2NE1. She had a band in college then went into modeling. But after signing with YG Entertainment she was persuaded to try acting first.
That was good advice as she successfully managed to realize her dream—and even more dreams—that way.
What do you think of her new single? Does it inspire you to see the film that inspired it?

Winners of the APAN Star Awards: Jo In Sung, D.O, Park Shin Hye, Kim Soo Hyun, Kim Hee Ae and More!

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Winners of the APAN Star Awards: Jo In Sung, D.O, Park Shin Hye, Kim Soo Hyun, Kim Hee Ae and More!

The APAN Star Awards of the 2014 Daejeon Drama Festival took place today, celebrating the brightest stars in the industry. The APAN Star Awards evaluated 87 dramas from cable and main networks that aired between November 1, 2013 and September 2014. It is in its third year.

Jo In Sung won the top award- Daesang- for his role in “It’s Okay, That’s Love.”

See here for his acceptance speech: Jo In Sung Thanks Gong Hyo Jin After Winning Daesang at APAN Star Awards

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.

Melody Day Charms with “Listen to My Heart”

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Melody Day Charms with “Listen to My Heart”

Melody Day Charms with “Listen to My Heart” Written by Rachel On November 20, 2014

Fans of the series Naeil’s Cantabile (a.k.a. Tomorrow’s Cantabile) will immediately recognize Melody Day’s “Listen to My Heart” as the ending theme song. Melody Day (멜로디데이), originally composed of Yeo-eun, Ye-in, and Cha-hee, has been charming listeners with their soundtracks for dramas since 2012; these include the dramas Pretty Man, Master’s Sun, and My Daughter Seo-young. They always worked behind the scenes, but in 2014 they officially debuted with their first mini-album and single “Another Parting.” “Listen to My Heart” is their latest single, and the first song with newest member Yoo-min who joined the group in October 2014.

[Original Feature] Then and Now: AOA

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[Original Feature] Then and Now: AOA

With the recent release of their latest title track, “Like A Cat,” it seems like a good time to cover AOA, one of the sexiest groups in the industry in our “Then and Now” series. So, let”s take a look!

THEN In 2012, Seolhyun, ChoA, Hyejeong, Chanmi, Yuna, Mina, Jimin, and Youkyung debuted as AOA, both an idol girl group and a band. The band is composed of ChoA, Jimin, Mina, Youkyung, and Yuna, and the idol group is all of them except Youkyung. They refer to this structure as “7+1.” The name is an acronym for “Ace of Angels” — the concept is that they are angels lured to earth by human music.

Korean Drama 'Modern Farmer' Episode 18 Recap

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Korean Drama 'Modern Farmer' Episode 18 Recap

By: Dramabeans

Min-ki strides into Hyun-suk’s dressing room and decks him, yelling, “I’m Yoon-hee’s brother and Min-ho’s uncle, you bastard!” when asked who he is. He gets in another good punch before Hyun-suk’s manager gets between them.

Back home in Hadurok-ri, Han-chul accidentally lets slip that Min-ho’s father was in town, fueling questions by Aunt and Uncle that Yoon-hee doesn’t want to answer. She’s saved from further inquiry by a phone call telling her that Min-ki was arrested in Seoul, and she runs out to get him. Hyuk tries to go with her but this time she tells him she needs to go alone.

The Best K-Movies of 2014

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The Best K-Movies of 2014

The Best K-Movies of 2014 Written by Adri On December 23, 2014

This was a good year for Korean cinema, certainly compared to 2013. There are numerous high quality films to choose from, whatever your genre is. This year was also the year of a major milestone for Korean box office where admission records were shattered and the economics of Korean movie making was taken to another level. Who says the cinema is dying?

Well, with many movies to choose from, it is quite tough to pick the best five movies of this year. But using an absolutely unscientific judgement criteria, here are the best K-movies of the year 2014:

Bad Guys: Thrilling Until the Very End

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Bad Guys: Thrilling Until the Very End

Bad Guys: Thrilling Until the Very End Written by Morgan On December 24, 2014

Want something a bit deeper than your average K-drama? Do you want action, crime, mystery and intrigue? At the risk of sounding like an infomercial host, have I got the drama for you!

OCN’s Bad Guys recently finished its run of 11 episodes to become what I think is one of the best dramas of 2014. Filled with a complex plot, superb acting and fantastic cinematography, this drama almost feels like a movie blockbuster. You won’t be able to take your eyes off the screen.

[Video] Korean film via stamps -- "The Wedding Day"

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[Video] Korean film via stamps --

The Wedding Day (1956), by director Lee Byeong-il. (image courtesy of the Korea Post)

The second series of Korean film stamps issued by Korea Post in 2008 contains four representative films from after liberation, from 1945 through to the 1960s. This single sheet of stamps includes “Mother and the Guest” (1961), “The Seaside Village” (1965), “The Coachman” (1961) and “The Wedding Day” (1956). Continuing with this series of articles, please find below an introduction to the movie.

[Video] Kwon Sang Woo and Dynamic Duo’s Gaeko Welcome Baby Daughters into the World

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[Video] Kwon Sang Woo and Dynamic Duo’s Gaeko Welcome Baby Daughters into the World

With only a day’s difference, Kwon Sang Woo and Dynamic Duo’s Gaeko became daughter-dummies.

On January 10, Kwon Sang Woo shared the good news of his daughter’s birth on his Weibo, “My lovable daughter, Ri Ho. It’s nice to meet you and I’m so, so thankful you were born healthy. Tae Young-ah, thank you. Thank you for everything.” He added a picture of himself, carefully holding his baby’s hand.

Then on January 11, Gaeko posted on his Instagram, “Hello! 2015.01.11,” with a picture of a hospital wristband of the information recorded at his daughter’s birth.

Sunny Hill’s Peter Pan Complex in “Child in Time”

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Sunny Hill’s Peter Pan Complex in “Child in Time”

Sunny Hill’s Peter Pan Complex in “Child in Time” Written by Amy L On February 6, 2015

A universal truth: growing up isn’t all it’s cracked up to be. Between the long hours of toil, fading friendships, and dreams dulled by realism, it’s hard to remember exactly why adulthood was so coveted in our young age.

Comprised of members Jubee, Seungah, Kota, and Misung, Sunny Hill begs this same question in their new single “Child in Time,” a nostalgic ballad about the wide-eyed innocence of childhood. “Child in Time” stays consistent with the group’s recent focus on the sentimental and nostalgic as song subject matter. Whereas their previous release “Here I Am” handles heartbreak, “Child in Time” grapples with a question: why did we ever want to grow up?

Ones to Watch: Upcoming March 2015 K-dramas

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Ones to Watch: Upcoming March 2015 K-dramas

Although several of the February dramas will still be going strong for the month of March, there are some new players entering the lineup for March, and we get a little bit of everything: family dramas, murder-abduction mystique, and bickering rivals whose harsh words belie the fact that they (probably) wuve each other.

Here we go with March 2015 K-dramas heading your way!

“Super Daddy Yul”March 13 – Fridays and Saturdays on tVN

In “Super Daddy Yul” Cha Mi Rae (Lee Yu Ri) has received some bad news from her doctors: she only has a year left to live. Her plan is simple: track down her first love Kim Yeol (Lee Dong Gun) and transform him into the father her young daughter deserves, and will need in a year’s time.