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[Video] Added new trailer and posters for the Korean movie
[Video] Added New Trailer And Posters For The Korean Movie "gangnam 1970"

[Video] Added new trailer and posters for the Korean movie "Gangnam 1970"

News via hancinema.net

"Gangnam 1970" (2014)Directed by Yoo HaWith Lee Min-ho, Kim Rae-won, Jeong Jin-yeong, Kim Ji-soo, Seolhyun, Yoo Seung-mok,...Formerly known as "Gangnam Blues" (gang-nam beul-lu-seu,)SynopsisA noir movie based in the 1970"s. A story of political authority and collusion is drawn with intensity when the Gangnam real estate development started.Release date in Korea : 2014/11

Trailer revealed for Lee Min Ho"s movie "Gangnam 1970"

News via allkpop.com

"Gangnam 1970" is a story about two ambitious men played by Lee Min Ho and Kim Rae Won. The intense, action-packed movie will follow them as the two characters fight over the territory of Gangnam. The movie is further described as "a noir movie based in the 1970"s. A story of political authority and collusion is drawn with intensity when the Gangnam real estate development started. [sic]"

"Gangnam 1970" is a movie directed by Yoo Ha, who is known for his works "Once Upon a Time High School" (2004) and "A Dirty Carnival" (2006). As the movie features the work of a successful, respected director as well as a star-studded cast, it is highly anticipated by fans. The movie will be making its premiere in November.

Upcoming Movie "Gangnam Blues," First Look Poster, Trailer, Lee Min Ho, Kim Rae Won

News via hancinema.net

Synopsis: A noir movie based in the 1970"s. A story of political authority and collusion is drawn with intensity when the Gangnam real estate development started.

Lee Minho becomes a Knight- Errant in Official Trailer For "Gangnam Blue"

News via blog.koreaboo.com

“Gangnam Blue” is a noir action film written and directed by Yoo Ha. The film has the participation of the two famous stars Lee Minho and Kim Raewon. Based on the set in 1970, the film portrays the psychological evolution of two childhood children; from they were naïve kids until they were placed in the power battle.

In another side, Lee Minjo is planning to release his second album at the end of this month. Now, the actor are travelling around the world for his “Re:Minho” fan meetings. He is on the way moving to Tokyo, Japan on October 12th and 13th.

First Trailer For Lee Min Ho's 'Gangnam Blues' Has Been Released

News via kdramastars.com

Additional teaser images from "Gangnam Blues" were released with the first trailer of the film. The first trailer for the upcoming Lee Min Ho film Gangnam Blues also known as Gangnam 1970 was released on October 8. Lee Min Ho stars as Kim Jong Dae, a man whose life of poverty initially drives him into the heart of political corruption.

Jong Dae grows up with his best friend Yong Ki, portrayed by A Thousand Days Promise actor Kim Rae Won. As Jong Dae and Yong Ki grow older, they embark on separate paths, with Jong Dae pursuing an honest lifestyle while Yong Ki becomes heavily involved in organized crime. While this is a common theme for Korean noir films, the backdrop of Gangnam during its tumultous period of real estate development in the seventies provides an interesting premise for Gangnam Blues.

Gangnam Blues presents Lee Min Ho in his first starring role in a film. His character in Gangnam Blues will be his grittiest role since he portrayed Lee Yoon Sung, the conflicted son of a drug kingpin in the 2011 Korean drama City Hunter. Lee Min Ho followed his role in City Hunter with his portrayal of Choi Young in the 2012 SBS historical drama Faith. In 2013, he gained attention from K-Drama fans throughout the world with his starring role as Kim Tan in the popular teen drama The Heirs.

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

News via blog.koreaboo.com

Xiao Yang and Wang Taili, who team up as the Chopsticks Brothers, rose to fame when their 42-minute micro-film called Old Boys went viral after it was posted to the Youkou video portal site in 2010. The story of two struggling young musicians deeply touched a chord with the Chinese generation that grew up in the 1980s. When their micro-film got over 75 million views, Youkou decided to invest in making a feature film version with the Chopsticks Brothers. The path from micro-film to full-feature film has actually unleashed a revolutionary trend in the movie-making industry in China, and Chopsticks Brothers Xiao and Wang have seen their dream come true.

Heres the promotional MV, Little Apple, with Chopsticks Brothers. Its interesting to note that the story in the MV is more of a spoof on the movies plot about the two musicians traveling to New York to seek success. There is no explanation why some of the dialogue is in Korean. But dont worry, this MV is subbed in English.

Just like the craze for Korean musician Psys Gangnam Style, the fervor for Little Apple has also excited people to create imitation videos or perform flash dances using the catchy song with an upbeat tempo. Here are some really fun ones!

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

News via blog.koreaboo.com

Xiao Yang and Wang Taili, who team up as the Chopsticks Brothers, rose to fame when their 42-minute micro-film called Old Boys went viral after it was posted to the Youkou video portal site in 2010. The story of two struggling young musicians deeply touched a chord with the Chinese generation that grew up in the 1980s. When their micro-film got over 75 million views, Youkou decided to invest in making a feature film version with the Chopsticks Brothers. The path from micro-film to full-feature film has actually unleashed a revolutionary trend in the movie-making industry in China, and Chopsticks Brothers Xiao and Wang have seen their dream come true.

Heres the promotional MV, Little Apple, with Chopsticks Brothers. Its interesting to note that the story in the MV is more of a spoof on the movies plot about the two musicians traveling to New York to seek success. There is no explanation why some of the dialogue is in Korean. But dont worry, this MV is subbed in English.

Just like the craze for Korean musician Psys Gangnam Style, the fervor for Little Apple has also excited people to create imitation videos or perform flash dances using the catchy song with an upbeat tempo. Here are some really fun ones!

PSY to Work with the Director of “Gangnam Style” for New Music Video
Psy To Work With The Director Of “gangnam Style” For New Music Video

PSY to Work with the Director of “Gangnam Style” for New Music Video

News via soompi.com

A source revealed, The music video for Daddy will include PSYs unique humor and wit. Gangnam Style and Gentleman became hot topics thanks to the sexy and comical cameos of HyunA, Infinite Challenge members, and Ga In. This time around, we expect him to feature the touching father-son relationship.

As their previous collaborations have been great successes, PSY has decided to return to working with Cho Soo Hyun. The music video for PSYs latest hit Hangover featuring Snoop Dogg was directed by Cha Eun Taek.

2NE1 beats PSYs Gangnam Style in K-pop Music Video Chart Top 20 in Youtube
2Ne1 Beats Psys Gangnam Style In K-Pop Music Video Chart Top 20 In Youtube

2NE1 beats PSYs Gangnam Style in K-pop Music Video Chart Top 20 in Youtube

News via en.korea.com

The return of the four famous female idols of Kpop was a big success. 2NE1s comeback song Missing You, has already reached over 4 million views in just 6 days and has been ranked first place in Youtubes K-pop Music Video chart. Beating out their same agencys artist, Psy and his Gangam Style known all around the world, 2NE1 gave an impressive return. Missing You is a sorrowful and emotional song talking about an ending of a couples love.

YG Entertainment artists are very spectacular as they take over the chart. 2NE1, Psy and Big Bangs members T.O.P, Taeyang and G-Dragon are all in the top!

'Gangnam Style' video hits 1.8 billion views
'gangnam Style' Video Hits 1.8 Billion Views

'Gangnam Style' video hits 1.8 billion views

News via hancinema.net

The music video of global star Psy's hit song "Gangnam Style" has been viewed more than 1.8 billion times on YouTube, according to YG Entertainment yesterday.

The video, first posted on the Web site on July 15 of last year, is still continuously streamed by international fans, continuing to renew the record.