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Lee Min Ho has made it big yet again in China with his new drama The Heirs.
Lee Min Ho′s previous drama, City Hunter earned him numerous fans in China – now he′s setting new records with his current drama, The Heirs.
Lee Min Ho’s agency Starhaus Entertainment said on November 5, “The Heirs got over 160 million views on one ofthe biggest Chinese streaming site, Youku (www.youku.com). This phenomenon was due to Lee Min Ho′s increasing popularity in China over the past two years with his previous drama City Hunter.”
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Chan Young: Kim Tan is looking for Eun Sang like crazy, and Eun Sang’s number is (I can’t here him..I’m assuming he is saying disconnected).
Chan Young’s Dad: Eun Sang is not going to be in school starting tomorrow. Eun Sang left.
Chan Young: Left? Why? Where?
A third teaser for the upcoming SBS drama “My Lover From the Stars” has been released.
The drama is the love story about Do Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun), an alien who fell to Earth 400 years ago, and Chun Song Yi (Jeon Ji Hyun), a haughty star. In addition to the supernatural premise, the drama has been receiving a lot of attention for its impressive main lineup, featuring Kim Soo Hyun, who has been all the rage nowadays, and Jeon Ji Hyun, who is making her comeback to television for the first time in 14 years.
Kdrama the heirs episode 19 Live Recap by joonni
“the heirs” episode 19 Character
Kim Tan Kim Tan
Cha Eun Sang Cha Eun Sang
Choi Young Do Choi Young Do
Kim Won Kim Won, Kim Tan’s half-brother, President of Jeguk Group
Lee Bo Na Lee Bo Na
Yoo Ra Hael Yoo Ra Hael (Rachael Yoo)
Yoon Chan Young Yoon Chan Young
Lee Hyo Shin Lee Hyo Shin
Jo Myung Soo Jo Myung Soo
It’s only a short teaser, but we get a ten-second look at the characters of tvN’s upcoming I Need Romance 3, which looks to carry the same breezy rom-com feel of the first two series. This round has my favorite cast so I’m hoping it’ll stick (I enjoyed what I saw of the other two seasons but didn’t finish either), because how can you resist Sung Joon in a romantic comedy and Kim So-yeon allowed to be that odd combination of sexy, sultry, and goofball that makes her so appealing?
Naver, the country”s largest web portal, which claims nearly 70 percent of the market share, has opened a segment for web dramas under its TV Cast service.
And even K-pop groups are appearing in these brand-new dramas, using them as stepping-stones to help them transition into acting careers. Minah of Girl”s Day and Jiyoon of 4Minute both recently appeared in an Internet drama. More than 20 new web shows have poured in since last February. Of these, “See You After School – Drama” and “Aftermath” are two that proved the potential of the phenomenon, becoming the next big thing in the mobile content market. Centering on the story of an after-school club with five handsome high school boys, the fantasy-romance drama begins with a scene in which an introverted girl is invited to join their inner circle. She receives an invitation delivered by a dove and visits the club without hesitation because “she has never been invited to anything by anyone”. A sense of kitsch flows from the drama”s very first scene when the production team of “See You After School – Drama” uses a shoddy plastic bird instead of an actual dove. The 12-episode drama was originally produced in order to promote five rookie actors, but its popularity shot up – earning an unprecedented 10 million views on Chinese website Sohu.com. U.S.-based streaming site DramaFever recently bought the copyright to “See You After School – Drama“. Based on the huge success of the first season, production of the second has already finished. “Aftermath”, based on a teenage boy with supernatural powers, was another Internet hit this year. By featuring Dong Jun, a member of boy group ZE:A – Children of Empire, the online drama earned four million views in just a few weeks. When the accumulated views of a single web series go beyond 1.8 million, it is considered a hit, according to industry insiders. Since this new form of entertainment targets a younger demographic, the dramas tend to touch upon everyday issues like romance, food and single life. Some stories take place in the office or tell stories of college graduates who are struggling to find employment. The dramas also function as a test bed for new writers and producers. SM, YG and JYP Entertainment, the nation”s three major entertainment agencies, have all begun producing web dramas, too. “It takes between about 200 million [$192,000] and 300 million won in production costs to make a single music video”, said a producer who wished to remain anonymous. “But [these companies] see a series of web dramas as more effective than producing a single music video in terms of cost”. The average cost to create one season of a web series is similar to the production cost of a single music video or a single episode of a 60-minute, full-length drama. In addition, Internet dramas are freer from product placement than classical drama series. Along with the three entertainment agencies, Sidus HQ, which produced the hit TV drama series “Deep-rooted Tree” (2011) and “The Innocent Man” (2012), is also trying its luck. The agency”s first web drama series “Love Cells” will hit screens through web portals and video-sharing sites starting today. What differentiates “Love Cells” from other similar dramas is its stellar cast. Famous actors and actresses such as Kim Yoo-jeong of “Secret Door” (2014), Jang Hyeok of “Fated to Love You” (2014) and Kim Woo-bin of “The Heirs” (2013) will all appear in the 15-epsiode Internet drama. JiHyun, another member of girl group 4Minute, is also in the web series. The drama is an adaptation of a romance webtoon, or an online cartoon series, of the same title.”I consider it a challenge that is different from films and drama series because the time that is given to me is a few minutes”, said Jang, who plays a supporting role in “Love Cells“. Each new episode is uploaded at midnight every day and viewers are able to watch the next episode in advance if they pay for it.As the first to enter this market among the country”s three major broadcasters, KBS, the state-run TV channel, got experimental when it began to dabble in the new genre.KBS recently produced “Gan-seo-chi-yeol-jeon”, or “Drama Special – The Search for Battle“, the background story of Hong Gil-dong, a historical fiction character who is the Korean equivalent of Robin Hood. The drama came in two formats: one with seven episodes and the other in a more traditional television format. Prior to the official airing of the single-episode drama on KBS, the production team split the 70-minute show into seven episodes and uploaded the first six onto Naver TV Cast. After promoting and attracting viewers with the initial six episodes, KBS ran the very last installment after the full version hit TV screens. Upon the release of the first episode on Oct. 13, the web drama series attracted 600,000 views within six days. China was the first country to pay attention to web dramas. The Chinese audience was in need of something new instead of the typical period dramas or dramas with a heavy dose of propaganda the country was used to. The answer was web dramas. Since these short programs are streamed not only through the Internet but also inside subways and on buses in China, they are dubbed “the new generation of dramas”. Actor Kim Beom“s “V Love” online drama series, which was produced in China, has attracted 60 million views as of Oct. 12. Being aware of the potential of the Chinese market, the second season of “See You After School – Drama” was located in China and the production team also plans to release a second season in Korea, China and the United States on the same day. “Performances by the K-Tigers are really popular on YouTube”, said Shim Sang-min, a professor of media communication at Sungshin Women”s University, referring to a performance group that combines taekwondo, acrobatics, break dancing, K-pop and jazz. “I hope to see various attempts by web dramas in the near future just like K-Tigers do”, Shim added, explaining that these Internet-focused works have more room to be experimental, just like other web content productions. Producer Yoon Seong-ho, who is the creator behind hit online drama series such as “The Cravings” and “Flirty Boy and Girl” said, “Web dramas offer experience similar to watching films because they enable viewers to have one-on-one intensive watching”. Yoon plans to release another Internet drama featuring Korean-American actor Steven Yeun of the U.S. television series “The Walking Dead” sometime in the future. BY YANG SUNG-HEE [[email protected] ]
Here is the preview of Korean KBS Drama Cantabile Tomorrow Episode 8 (내일도 칸타빌레 8회 예고). This episode will air on KBS on November 4th at 22:00 PM. Let’s check!
Cantabile Tomorrow (Hangul: 내일도 칸타빌레; RR: Naeildo Kantabille) is a South Korean television series adapted from the Japanese manga Nodame Cantabile by Tomoko Ninomiya. Starring Joo Won and Shim Eun-kyung, it airs on KBS2 on Mondays and Tuesdays at 21:55 beginning October 13, 2014.
(Photo : Love Cells ) Dae Choong receives help with his love life from Navi in “Love Cells.”
“Love Cells” stars Park Sun Ho (Golden Rainbow, Mourning Grave) as Dae Choong, a hapless twenty-seven year old who is sloppy, unemployed, and unlucky in love. While his situation may seem hopeless, his luck changes when he comes face to face with his mythical love cell. Child star Kim Yoo Jung (Secret Door) portrays Navi, Dae Choong’s love cell, who takes on the physical form of a cat.
The new web drama “Love Cells” has sold its copyrights to U.S.-based streaming website DramaFever, according to its producer, Sidus HQ. According to the agency, DramaFever is one of the largest series-streaming websites in North America. Its monthly subscribers number about 22 million.”Through this deal, we”ve realized that not only Korean dramas but web dramas have potential”, the production company said in a press release. Unlike TV dramas, web dramas refer to short series with a running time of five to 20 minutes for each episode. They are usually streamed on web portals or on video-sharing sites. With the increasing smartphone population, web dramas have caught on among young people. Sidus HQ, which produces classic TV dramas, tried its hand at web dramas for the first time with “Love Cell”. The drama is an adaptation of a romance webtoon, or an online cartoon series, of the same title.Famous actors and actresses such as Kim Yoo-jeong of “Secret Door” (2014), Jang Hyeok of “Fated to Love You” (2014) and Kim Woo-bin of “The Heirs” (2013) will all appear in the 15-epsiode Internet drama. JiHyun, a member of girl group 4Minute, is also in the web series. “Love Cells” is currently airing on Naver TV Cast and each episode is uploaded at midnight every day. By Sung So-young
Park Shin Hye is the main character in the drama Pinocchio which was made it first appearance today. Although we can not wait to see the her coordination with Lee Jong Suk in “Pinocchio”, let’s count her kissing scenes. When you’ve got K-drama’s hottest men making a move, there’s no excuse to stand there like a petrified doll!
Basically, when PSH kisses, she thinks she’s like
…but the guys are really like
‘America’s Next Top Model’ Contestants Learn Acting From K-Drama Stars Clara & Yoon Jong Hoon At Namsan Tower
(Photo : The CW ) K-Drama actress Clara with J. Alexander during “America”s Next Top Model.”
“America’s Next Top Model” Cycle 21 contestants performed Korean drama scenes with Clara and Yoon Jong Hoon in the latest episode, “The Guy With Moves Like Elvis.” The latest challenge for the Cycle 21 contestants was to perform a scene from the tvN drama “Emergency Couple” with Yoon Jong Hoon and Clara standing in as acting partners.
Crossing Borders: Korean Actors in China Written by Morgan On January 1, 2015
Korean television shows have been making it big in China with My Love from Another Star, The Heirs and My Lovely Girl all becoming hits. Furthermore, Chinese remakes of popular Korean dramas are already in the works from Queen InHyun’s Man to Full House. As interest in Korean drama rises, it creates new opportunities for actors and to promote in China.
Furthermore, Korean actors/actresses appearing in popular dramas are scoring large endorsement opportunities in China. Kim Soo-hyun and Jun Ji-hyun cashed in big with their roles in My Love From Another Star when they were commissioned to sell products from big name companies such as Coca-Cola, KFC chicken and Samsung phones in China. With popular Korean actors now being sourced to sell products, the idea of Korean actors being cast in Chinese dramas now seems bankable.
(Photo : SBS ) Younha sings on part seven of the “Pinocchio” original soundtrack.
Korean pop-rock vocalist Younha sings the soul-stirring song “Passionate to Me” for part seven of the “Pinocchio” soundtrack.
On December 30, CJ E&M released the official video featuring “Pinocchio” stars Lee Jong Suk and Park Shin Hye. Both actors were honored with the Ten Star award at the 2014 SBS Drama Awards, with Park Shin Hye receiving Top Excellence Actress in a Drama Special.
Roundtable: 2015 K-pop Resolutions Written by Ambika On January 7, 2015
It’s a new year. We’ve wished, reflected, and now it’s time to tap into those dormant resolutions. There have always been those shows we wanted to watch, groups we wanted to get into, and habits we wanted to break. Let’s lay them all out on the table and commiserate for the journey ahead.
This week, we asked our writers: what K-pop related goals do you have for 2015? What changes do you want to make to your K-pop habits?
Spotlight: Choi Jin-hyuk, Overnight Fame Written by Joyce On January 17, 2015
A late-bloomer in the acting industry, Choi Jin-hyuk only started to experience the joys of being an A-list leading man in 2014, at the ripe age of 28. Given that he gives off a vibe of being more mature than his age, I would have pegged him down to snagging up lead roles much earlier, especially since he’s a looker with acting talent.
As an early 1986-er, Choi finds himself needing to enlist in the military in the first half of 2015, putting a rather abrupt halt to his expanding resume of lead roles. Still, it’s such a fortunate event that he made his big break before his enlistment, and had at least two years to build on that popularity boost. While he may fear being forgotten by the masses in his two-year break, Choi left a pretty lasting impression in 2014 with his non-stop memorable acting projects, and Pride and Prejudice (which just ended its run a week ago) was an excellent high note to leave on.
Solo singer Park Bo Ram recorded a song for the soundtrack of new SBS Wednesday-Thursday drama “Hyde Jekyll, Me.” The track is titled “Falling” and featured on the first episode of the show, which aired on January 21. The track was released on the morning of January 22.
“Falling” represents Park Bo Ram’s first contribution to a drama soundtrack, and is her first musical release since the hit track “Beautiful,” which was a hit in summer last year. Park Bo Ram first shot to fame when she appeared on Mnet’s music audition show “Superstar K.”
(Photo : Mnet ) Park Shin Hye visited Jung Yong Hwa during the first episode of “Hologram.”
On January 22, Mnet aired the first episode of the reality show “Hologram” starring CNBLUE’s Jung Yong Hwa. The episode provided a look at Jung Yong Hwa’s residence and featured several special guests.
He was joined by Block B’s Zico, Ailee, and Park Shin Hye. Park Shin Hye has expressed her friendship with Jung Yong Hwa, in the past. The Hallyu stars appeared opposite one another in the 2009 hit drama “You’re Beautiful” and the 2011 series, “Heartstrings.” Park Shin Hye and Jung Yong Hwa generated attention from fans who enjoyed their performances during both dramas.
Uee, a member of the girl group After School, will play a star swimmer on the upcoming tvN series “Ho Gu’s Love.”
But she is not the only k-drama actor who has swimming skills.
In “Ho Gu’s Love” Uee plays Do Do Hee, a member of the Korean national swimming team and a silver medalist in the Asian Games. The romantic comedy will give Uee a chance to show off the skills she acquired during the years she spent training as a swimmer.
The director won’t have to use many stunt doubles, as Uee was a reputable swimmer before her debut with After School. She was so good that she participated in the Korean National Sports Festival.
When her swim coach was interviewed on the SBS “Good Morning” program, he said that she worked hard to become a better swimmer. She was in very good physical condition, he said, and trained well.
Uee swam while in high school but later decided that it would not be her career path.
So Ji Sub thought he might become a professional swimmer too. His parents encouraged him to swim at around the age of 10 because he was a frail child. For the next decade he competed as a swimmer and even won a bronze medal for third place in the national Korean games. But he ultimately chose to become an actor, a decision his fans are pleased with.
So Ji Sub still loves sports such as swimming, water polo and tennis. But he did get a chance to demonstrate his swimming skills in a commercial for a sports drink.
The fact that you play a swimmer in a drama or a film does not necessarily mean you even know how to swim.
Lee Jong Suk could not swim before he took the role of a competitive swimmer in “No Breathing.”
“I could not even float,” he said at a press conference for the film. He had to train prior to the film and mastered freestyle swimming. His co-star Seo In Guk also needed swimming lessons.
Jung Il Woo’s role in “Flower Boy Ramen Shop” required him to swim and have an anxiety attack in the pool. For his role, he took lessons from real life swimming star, Olympic champion Park Tae Hwan.
His childhood friend Lee Min Ho also had to take swimming and surfing lessons before filming the opening scenes in “The Heirs.”
If you want to see Uee’s swimming skills, check out the first episode of “Ho Gu’s Love” on Feb. 9. In the drama her co-star is Choi Woo Sik, who was last seen in “Pride and Prejudice.” He plays Ho Gu, just an average guy.
Check out the clip below of Uee showing off her diving skills on a 2013 episode of “Barefoot Friends.”
(Photo : DramaFever)
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Big Bang’s G-Dragon will be performing his new song ”That XX” live for the first time on television with the help of Youtube sensation, Jung Sung Ha!
YG Entertainment stated on September 21st that G-Dragon will be performing with Jung Sung Ha on the September 23rd episode of ‘Inkigayo‘.
As the song was deemed Rated-R due to explicit lyrics, G-Dragon will be singing a revised version of “That XX” that fits for broadcast television.