Kim Hyun Joong 2014
Review Of “Inspiring Generation” Ep 19 Review: Kim Hyun Joong Start A Fight With Choi Ji Ho
On the 19th episode of ”Inspiring Generation,” Shin Jung Tae (played by Kim Hyun Joong) started a fight with Aka (played by Choi Ji Ho), the right-hand man of Tenkai (played by Kim Kap Soo).
Previously, Jung Jae Hwa (played by Kim Sung Oh) came to Club Shanghai and told Jung Tae, “From this very moment, you’re not my brother or a part of my family,” that meant Jae Hwa would follow Toyama Aoki (played by Yoon Hyun Min),
Review Of “Inspiring Generation” Ep 19: Lim Soo Hyang Tells Kim Kap Soo, “I Love Kim Hyun Joong.”
Tenkai put his blade on Gaya’s neck and asked, “Are you saying you’ve been going against the Japenese National Assembly law and was on love with a Korean?” to which Gaya stated, “Ever since I had him in mind in Sinuiju, my feelings have never changed. So are you going to kill me like my mother?” leaving Tenkai in shock.
Tenkai then ordered Shinichi (played by Jo Dong Hyuk) to kill Gaya but Shinichi said, “My blades will not be moved by your orders. It’ll be moved by the lady’s orders.”
Review Of “Inspiring Generation” Ep 19: Yoon Hyun Min Tempts Kim Sung Oh To Betray Kim Hyun Joong
In response, Aoki told him, “Do you really think there’s a place for you to stand when you can’t even save Bangsamtong? If you want to be stronger than Shin Jung Tae, you’d need a force behind you. We’ll give you 10% of the shares of Japanese National Assembly’s casino.”
Jae Hwa seemed to be hesitating, so Aoki provoked him, “I guarantee, you’re going to be eliminated by Shin Jung Tae for sure. At Bangsamtong.”
Park Yoochun’S Drama Beats Up Kim Hyun Joong’S
Park Yoochun‘s new drama “Three Days” recently outpaced its rival, Kim Hyun Joong‘s “Inspiring Generation“.
“Three Days” is about a president’s bodyguard (played by Park Yoochun) searching for the South Korea President (played by Son Hyun Joo) who goes missing after three gunshots are fired at his villa during a vacation.
Review Of “Inspiring Generation” Ep 18: Kim Hyun Joong Takes Jin Se Yeon Away From Choi Il Hwa
For her singing career, Ok Ryun agreed to sign a contract with Hwangbang Records. Upon hearing this news from Do Ggoo (played by Eom Tae Goo), Jung Tae came to meet Doo Sung and said, “Thanks from helping Ok Ryun.” to which Doo Sung stated, “Of course. She’s the girl my son likes.”
Jung Tae then asked Doo Sung to let Ok Ryun go with him to Club Shanghai, Doo Sung said, “Are you concerned about leaving her near me? Your eyes are telling me that you’re looking at me as if I’m having her as a hostage.”
Review Of “Inspiring Generation” Ep 18: Lim Soo Hyang Saves Kim Hyun Joong
Jung Tae previously took part in a fight against Toyama Aoki (played by Yoon Hyun Min). Aoki couldn’t beat Jung Tae, so he said, “I’ll show you that there are more fights than just a fist fight.” and told his bodyguards to aim their guns at Jung Tae.
Review Of “Inspiring Generation” Ep 17: Kim Hyun Joong Fights Against Yoon Hyun Min To Rescue Jin Se Yeon
On the 17th episode of ”Inspiring Generation”, episode 17, Shin Jung Tae (played by Kim Hyun Joong) fought against Toyama Aoki (played by Yoon Hyun Min) to rescue Kim Ok Ryun (played by Jin Se Yeon).
Previously, Aoki took Of Ryu to the interrogation room to ask for more information on Jung Tae and Club Shanghai. Acknowledging that, Jung Tae came to save Ok ryu.
Review Of “Inspiring Generation” Ep 17: Kim Hyun Joong Beats Song Jae Rim Up With His New Skill
On the 17th episode of “Inspiring Generation“, Shin Jung Tae (played by Kim Hyun Joong) knocked out Mo Il Hwa (played by Song Jae Rim) with his new skill.
When the fight began, Il Hwa seemed to do better. But when Il Hwa flew to attack Jung Tae, he punched at Il Hwa with his strongest power, making Il Hwa collapsed on the ground, surprising everyone with the end of their fight.
"Pushing through the Fog" is part of a collection issued on Beautiful Rivers and Mountains: The Psychedelic Rock Sound of South Korea"s Shin Joong Hyun 1958-1974. Where "Pushing" sits in that sixteen year span of time, it"s unclear, but in some ways, it sounds like it emerged from Düsseldorf in the early "70s. The sound of a flat-wound string-strung bass and racing drums immediately establishes a mood encapsulating the propulsion suggested by the title"s first half.
The second half--the fog--is created by the remainder of the musical information. A string arrangement worthy of Ennio Morricone swoops through the song"s transitions, with a truly and fully psychedelic oboe melody tracing its steps. Elsewhere, a subtly aggressive Farfisa organ avails itself, pulling the song"s probable era of origin back a few years in all likelihood.
Throughout, Shin himself provides insistent and appropriately dramatic strumming and a cooing, distant voice that never quite takes the forefront; it"s as atmospheric as any other element. He remains obfuscated, in the fog.
Kim Hyun Joong Diligently Studies The Script For Starring Drama 'generation Of Youth'
A rep said, "Even though we film throughout the night continuously day after day and he needs to do many action scenes, Kim Hyun Joong remains absorbed in acting and does not waver, which is why the staff on set always talk about him in complimentary tones."