Lee Teuk To Release Self-Composed Song

Lee Teuk To Release Self-Composed Song

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Lee Teuk To Release Self-Composed Song Super Junior leader Lee Teuk can sing, dance, emcee, and now compose!

The multi-talented entertainer posted on his Twitter on July 30th, "Finally the mixed track for my self-composed song is out...It's the song I'm most attached to. I feel like I was able to convey myself by putting in my true feelings, even more so than "Andante" by writing even the lyrics. Wait a bit more. It'll come out soon."

Lee Teuk had co-composed a song called "Andante" with Henry and Kim Gyu-won on the recent Super Junior fifth album, released a month ago.

Former homeless help others get off the streets

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Former homeless help others get off the streets
From left: Yun Song-min, Lee Seong-ho, Lee Yeong-il and social worker Min Jae-hong talk with a homeless person at Yeongdeungpo Station. By Shin In-seop Three men appear around Yeongdeungpo Station, southwestern Seoul, at 8 p. ... Read more

Sixteen"s 6th girl Somi

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Sixteen"s 6th girl Somi

Sixteen reveals its 6th girl!

She”s none other than Somi, a lovely an energetic 14 year old, check out her introduction below

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Want a kiss from 9Muses" Kyungri?

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Want a kiss from 9Muses" Kyungri?

9Muses” Kyungri teases fans with her latest Instagram video!

She carves a sweet kiss to her fans through the video, check it out below

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Monk archives the life of late Communist father

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Monk archives the life of late Communist father
Won Gyeong Buddhist Monk Won Gyeong has worked for the past 21 years to collect every single record concerning his father, Park Hon-yong – a Korean independence activist, politician and Communist activist – scouring libraries nationwide and even visiting a few in the United States and Russia. ... Read more

Cook with a Joseon link showcases food at forum

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Cook with a Joseon link showcases food at forum
The dishes on the table are based on the recipes in the Eumsikdimibang, the first Korean-language cookbook written in 1672. Provided by Cho Kwi-boon Cho Kwi-boon understands traditional Korean food. A relative by marriage to Joseon era-scholar Lee Si-myeong“s family, she had the opportunity to showcase her knowledge at the 7th World Water Forum held in the southeastern cities of Daegu and Gyeongju, where she presented the country”s traditional foods based on a collection of her family”s recipes that has been preserved for 343 years. ... Read more