Daniel Henney and Kim Sa Rang hit the golfing  diversity  in combination for 'W.Angle'

Daniel Henney and Kim Sa Rang hit the golfing diversity in combination for 'W.Angle'

It won'tmoderately be the season to hit the golfing diversityexterior (The Masters is simply two months away), yet that did notprevent Daniel Henney and Kim Sa Rang from grabbing their golfing clubs and hitting the range. 

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The stars were swinging their clubs in fashionable golf equipment from 'W.Angle,' a Korean top class golf attire brand. Henney and Kim Sa Rang eitherseem as althoughthey've been perfecting their stances and swings for a while; the 2seem likepro golfers! 

Check out the stars in the photographsunderand perhapsyou canacquire a thing or two about perfecting your own stance at the golfing range! 

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Photos Lee Je-hoon, so good-looking from any angle

Photos Lee Je-hoon, so good-looking from any angle

tvN's new Friday Saturday drama, "Signal" press conventioncame aboutat the5thground of Time Square in Yeongdeongpo-gu, Seoul at 3 PM on January 14th.

Lee Je-hoon is smiling at the venue.

Director Kim Won-seok, Kim Hye-soo, Lee Je-hoon and Jo Jin-woong attended the event.

Detectives in provide time and detectives from the beyondkeep up a correspondence with every other viaold-fashioned walkie-talkies so as to solve a long runbloodless case. The drama is highly expected for being a collaborative paintings by author Kim Eun-hee-I of "Three Days", 'Ghost Drama' and "Sign" and director Kim Won-seok of "Incomplete Life" and 'Sungkyunkwan Scandal'.

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Han Ye-seul, stunning from each angle

Han Ye-seul, stunning from each angle

On November 20th, model mag Elle has published they'd a pictorial photoshoot and an interview with Han Ye-seul, who has been decided on as Chanels"s new muse. Her first assignment for Chanel has been done with Elle.

Han Ye-seul pulled off the 4 other makeup looks at the day of photoshoot. Her signature vivacious and cheerful power brought the delightful vibe to the set of pictorial shoot. She expressed her feeling about being chose as muse for Chanel. She said, "Words couldn"t describe how glad I was. It"s the emblem you can not withstand if you"re a woman".

During the subsequent interview, Han Ye-seul, who is getting able for her new drama, "Madam Antoine", acknowledged she enjoyed the use of Chanel"s Sublimage product to cope with her skin. She also said she did her colour makeup by skill of herself. She added, "People around me at all times tell me to do herbal and female makeup. However, I prefer eye makeup with some glamour".

When she was once asked about her plan during the approaching year-end season, she revealed her excitement about her drama, "Madam Antoine" whilst saying, "I must movie the drama!".

More of Han Ye-seul"s interview and her pictorial may also be noticed in Elle December factor and the respectable house page of the magazine.

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Daniel Henney is the new face of golf apparel brand

Daniel Henney is the new face of golf apparel brand "W.ANGLE"

Daniel Henney was chosen as the new two-year endorsement model for golf apparel brand "W.ANGLE" (aka "Wide Angle")!

The brand revealed that Daniel Henney"s high-class and exotic image suit the brand"s modern and refined style. For the photoshoot, the actor is seen sporting the various lines from the brand perfectly, putting his modeling experience to good use. He will also take part in a TV CF, print advertisements, pictorials, and fans meetings for the brand.

Stay tuned for updates on Daniel Henney"s next production!

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New Footage of Alleged Sexual Harassment of Suzy Released, Showing Angle Really Matters

New Footage of Alleged Sexual Harassment of Suzy Released, Showing Angle Really Matters

Earlier today, a video was uploaded on Youtube with the title, A different angle that clarifies the first part that caused controversy around Suzy at the water gun festival. The short six-second video captures miss As Suzy and the host of the event (MC) standing on a platform from a high back angle. It shows the male host extend his right hand behind Suzy to direct her further from the edge of the platform. There is no physical contact between the MC and Suzy as she turns her head and walks backwards from the edge.

The video was uploaded by Youtube user A Youtube Channel to provide counter evidence to claims put forth by some netizens that Suzy was sexually harassed by the male MC at the Sinchon Water Gun Festival she attended as the endorsement model for Sprite on July 26. It corresponds to the time-mark 0:24 of the original fancam video (below) that was the source of the sexual harassment controversy. This video, capturing Suzy and the MC from a low front angle, shows the MC extend his hand behind Suzy and Suzy turn around with a hardened expression from her smile. The video then cuts to another scene, not showing Suzy moving backward.

A second video from A Youtube Channel titled A different angle that clarifies the second part that caused controversy around Suzy at the water gun festival, shows Suzy and the MC from the same angle as the users first video, but this time, we see the MC extend his hand again to direct Suzy forward, closer to the edge and the crowd. Once again, there seems to be no physical contact between the two. This video is meant to correspond to the time-mark 1:49 of the original fancam video (above). In the original fancam video angle, you can see that the MCs hand did brush by her thigh as he tried to point her forward, which couldnt be seen in the video taken from the back angle.

While the MCs hand did brush past Suzys thigh, it seems claims of inappropriate touching of Suzys rear by the MC at those two specific moments are unfounded. This goes to show that angle really matters. Ask any selfie takers.

On July 27, reports first came out that Suzy may have been sexually harassed by the male MC at the Sprite Shower event at the Sinchon Water Gun Festival. Netizens were demanding an explanation and apology from the event coordinator after watching fan-taken videos of the event that seemingly showed her being inappropriate touched by the MC two times. This forced Suzys management, JYP Entertainment, to respond, saying that according to what they have assessed, the alleged sexual harassment seems not to have taken place.

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Girl's Day Hyeri Shows A Perfect Angle Selfie

Girl's Day Hyeri Shows A Perfect Angle Selfie

Girl"s Day member Hyeri showed a cute selfie.

On July 10, Hyeri tweeted, "Guess where I am?" with a picture.

In the picture, Hyeri was next to shelves full of files and posing for the camera looking down at her face. Her small slim face and white skin stood out.

In response, people said, "Are you at school? School?" "There are a lot of files.. so your entertainment company?" "Your face is so small."

Girl"s Day is having their first concert "Summer Party" on July 13. 

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Miryo of Brown Eyed Girls Knows Which Angle Flatters Her Best

Miryo of Brown Eyed Girls Knows Which Angle Flatters Her Best

Miryo of Brown Eyed Girls Knows Which Angle Flatters Her BestBrown Eyed Girls member Miryo recently updated her fans with a goddess-like selca.

On January 5, the idol shared the photo on her Twitter with the message, The importance of angles. I always take selcas from this angle. She can be seen sitting on a sofa with a painting behind her, posing for the camera. Her smooth skin and light makeup make her complexion shine, and her wavy hairstyle frames her face beautifully. Fans left comments saying how she only gets more gorgeous as time goes by and how elegant her facial features are, praising the idols beautiful looks.

Known for her easy-going personality, fellow member Narsha sent her a message saying, Dont cheat, to which Miryo wittily responded, You and me are both cheaters. Seems like the humorous tweet impressed Narsha as she replied, Your ad-libbing is quite good? 

The two promoted as Brown Eyed Girls first unit group back in November under the name MN.

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Pop artist shows cliches of K-dramas in new angle

Pop artist shows cliches of K-dramas in new angle

Pop artist shows cliches of K-dramas in new angle

"The Guy with the Glasses", above, and "Family Photo", below, are part of pop artist Lee Dongi's "Soap Opera" series, which capture the cliche scenes of Korean TV dramas. They are on display at Songwon Art Center as part of his solo show titled "Don't Look Back in Anger".

A handsome man from a chaebol family falling in love with a good-natured, cheerful girl from a poor family is a notorious cliche of Korean TV dramas, which led the so-called Korean Wave before the rise of K-pop. But cliches are not only in characters and plots. They can be found in some gestures of actors, scene settings and the angles of the cameras that film them.

Those who are unconsciously used to these images would feel familiar and, at the same time, unfamiliar, when they see the latest paintings by Lee Dongi, who is often dubbed "Korea's leading pop artist".

Lee's "Soap Opera" series, now on display at Songwon Art Center in the art zone east of Gyeongbok Palace in central Seoul, reproduces the cliche scenes of Korean TV dramas in large-size acrylic paintings.

Among them, "The Guy with the Glasses" depicts a close-up of a man's serious face at a 45-degree angle. It will remind viewers of the typical endings to each episode of Korean soap operas - with a close-up of a main character's face with an angry or shocked look at a 45-degree angle to the camera.

"I was inspired from the numerous TV show screen captures uploaded by foreign fans on Korean Wave Web sites and blogs", Lee told the Korea JoongAng Daily at the gallery last week. "I could find some repeated images unique to Korea or Asia. For example, Korean dramas, regardless of their genres, have much more scenes that show family members gathered than American dramas".

"I'd like to show stereotypes of Korean TV dramas, with which we have been too familiar to be aware of", Lee continued. "They can be viewed fresh from a global perspective".

Pop artist shows cliches of K-dramas in new angle

In addition, the cliche images can be seen as new even to Korean viewers in the context of an art gallery.

"Family Photo", another painting among Lee's "Soap Opera" series, depicts a close-up of a faded and crumbled photograph of a family in someone's hand. Viewers will also see this as a typical scene in Korean TV dramas, especially accompanying the secrets of a main character's birth, which is a representative cliche of local soap operas.

Then, the painting could lead viewers to question why Korean dramas prefer to include the secrets of a main character's birth. That might reflect the audience's desire to have their lives turned around dramatically in Korean society, where it is getting more and more difficult to make one's own fortune without a good family background, as culture critics say.

Like this, Lee is capturing the Korean society's cross sections with his "Soap Opera" series, which he started last year.

Before, he focused on paintings depicting the character Atomaus, which he created by combining Atom (Astro Boy), the boy robot hero of Japanese anime, and Mickey Mouse of U.S.-based Walt Disney.

With this character, he satirized Korean pop culture that was heavily influenced by Japan and the United States.

The exhibition runs through Thursday. Admission is free.

Go to Anguk Station, line No. 3, exit No. 2 and walk for five minutes. For details, call (02) 735-9277.

By Moon So-young Photo provided by the gallery

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ZE:A Park Hyung Shik, 'The Importance of Angle' - 'We Tried It Too'

ZE:A Park Hyung Shik, 'The Importance of Angle' - 'We Tried It Too'

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ZE:A Park Hyung Shik, 'The Importance of Angle' - 'We Tried It Too' ze:a park hyungshik importance of angle Group ZE:A's member Park Hyungshik revealed the importance of angle.

Today, Park Hyungshik posted on his Twitter, "'The Importance of Angle' that's been trendy these days. We tried it too" along with a picture.

In the picture, Park Hyungshik and other ZE:A members are looking down at the camera. Instead of the flattering angle of self-camera, they took it from the bottom, revealing all of their chin fat.

Internet users who saw this commented, "Importance of angle never fails...," "So funny," etc.

Photo Credit: Park Hyungshik Twitter

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A-JAX Multi-Angle 3D Dance Routine Video Gains Attention

A-JAX Multi-Angle 3D Dance Routine Video Gains Attention

A-JAX, Insane

A-JAX Multi-Angle 3D Dance Routine Video Gains Attention A-JAX Multi-Angle 3D Dance Routine Video Gains Attention Group A-JAX's multi-angle dance routine video gained much attention online.

On July 29, the video was revealed on their official YouTube channel. This video was the choreography for their new song, "Insane." With this video being filmed in a variety of different angles, fans have begun to call this the '3D Dance Video'.

The reason for this method of filming was so that they could catch all the details of their meticulous dance.

The choreography and the song has gained much attention from K-Pop fans everywhere.

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