Korean Lovers On Instiz Alternate Their Profile Images After DERP Photo Of BTS Is going VIRAL

Korean Lovers On Instiz Alternate Their Profile Images After DERP Photo Of BTS Is going VIRAL

Share on FacebookShare on Twitter Even though idols are most oftenactually photogenic, once in a while even visually shocking celebrities can take a bad photo. 

For example, the participants of popular male idol group BTS are no strangers to awkward photos, and their lovers are no doubt aware. In fact, some fans these days showed the gang some affection throughthe use of some awkward pictures of the Big Hit Entertainment members as their profile pictures. Intrigued with the peculiar trend, many netizens have discussed the profile photographs on Instiz, where its receiveda massive number of attention.

Find out what Netizens had to mention about this newsletter below!

Koreaboo has gathered reactions from Netizens who commented at thelong-established article from our Korean source. The beneath comments are the preferred comments at the time of this article being published.

ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋSo adorable ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋThis was once and so funnyKook ㅠㅠㅠ why are you so best possible One of these troll ㅋㅋㅋㅋThis is actually going to be a meme that spreads all overㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ he seriously uses his good-looking face too rashly ㅋㅋㅋㅋ Source: Instiz

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Profile Of A K-Pop Fan: Grace Anderson Connects With Her Korean Roots Thank you To BTOB And Ailee

Profile Of A K-Pop Fan: Grace Anderson Connects With Her Korean Roots Thank you To BTOB And Ailee

HOME: Millstone, New Jersey

CURRENTLY: Attending Prime School

INTRO TO K-POP: "Ah, it all starts with the truth that my brother and I are followed from Seoul, South Korea. We are not biological siblings though. By some means he were given into K-pop, and then he got me into K-pop. I be mindful having K-pop songs on my iPod and I'dpay attentionto a couple once in awhile. I don't forgetbeing attentive tothe beauty Girls, 2NE1, SHINee, and Girls' Generation. My first favourite K-pop song used to be "Lucifer" by SHINee.

My brother, my mother and I saw 2NE1 in concert in August 2012. I distinctively bear in mind the microphone stand all the manner through one song became a beauitful tree with the participantsstatusat thefacets in dresses and it was a magical sight. On Friday, November 9, 2012, we saw Large Bang. I remember them thanking us for popping out because Storm Sandy just struck the Jersey Shore. They rode on segways and had great outfits on, and Daesung did his solo, ya know? After that I got into the insanity called K-pop. It was one of the mostbest possible and worst choices ane possesseach and every made- seriously and non-seriously at all. Well, the ones are my earliest K-pop memories."

THE DIFFERENCE: "I would say K-pop is other to any other pop track from anyplace else in the sector due to, obviously, the language. It is a language no onein the United Stateslearns in class and may also bewithout difficulty judged because it isanything out of the norm. Asians have sure stereotypes, yet I wager to upload to they all is the speculation that their music is bizarrebecause of language barriers, especially coming from a rustic that no personcan pay care to much.

Secondly, the reality that idols have explicit dances to every song. I'macutely conscious of artists and bands from alternative countries having routines to their music but not anything to this extent of intensity.

Third, K-pop showcases such so much ofideas that shall be then bright to in between to dark ones that is alsoreasonablythe various from other music. Their costumes and music videos could be more intricate.

Lastly, K-pop does not get showcased much in other countries, but slowly yet unquestionablyit be spreading like wildfire via mini gala's and conventions in addition approximately concerts.

All of my pals know I admire K-pop and I got some into K-pop as well. So I'dmost likely delineate K-pop as my culture and background. Since I am adopted from Seoul, I would say that K-pop is helping me bring some of my wealthy culture and history to my lifestyles to give it some flare. I would describe K-pop as amusing and loopy equally any other form of music they have heard of. There is no definite solution to how to describe K-pop because it is sonot easy to describe the goodness of it all!"

WHY BTOB: "BTOB would be my favorite workforceon account of their amazing music; they are all talented in their own special techniquesno longer entirely strictly rapping or singing. They're dorky and hilarious, are enthusiastic about what they do, they love their Melody fanatics thus so much, and they aretruly underrated. They make me so so glad and laugh such a lot when observing their videos."

FAVORITE SONG: "You're So Fly"


WHY AILEE: "Ailee is queen. She has amazing vocals and was raised in New Jersey, and this is the reason where I live. She may be so beautifuland sort and has a candy smile/eye smile. "

KEEPING AN EYE ON: "Monsta X. I have been keen on theirs since "No.Mercy" and their pre-debut days. I'm like a proud mom, even supposing they're all older than me and the maknae youngest member was born in 1996. Their music is freaking amazing and their dances are rad, and their music videos are awesome. You will have to merelytake a glance at 'em out! They're the only real band I've been with since their pre-debut."

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South Korean Boyband HOTSHOT Was In A Car Accident After Attending Show! Music Core'

South Korean Boyband HOTSHOT Was In A Car Accident After Attending Show! Music Core'

Rookie Boy Group HOTSHOT Reported to Have Been Involved in Car Accident

It has been reported that six-member rookie boy group HOTSHOT was taken to the hospital for treatment after being involved in a car accident on the night of December 6, on their way to another schedule following “Music Core.”

On December 6, a representative of the group’s agency, KO Sound, shared, “HOTSHOT was involved in a car collision today at around 6:20 p.m. near Gayang Bridge on North Riverside Highway, after their appearance on MBC’s music program ‘Show! Music Core,’ while on their way to Ilsan for a fan signing.”

The agency rep also revealed, “The Carnival (KIA vehicle name) suffered major damage to its rear-end as a result of this accident. Currently, the members are receiving examinations and treatment at a hospital in Ilsan after completing the fan signing. They are at the emergency room right now. We will have to continue to watch over the situation a bit more.”

According to the agency, one of the members, Ho Jung, received a CT scan to examine his jaw after experiencing pain in his jaw joints. The other members have sustained relatively minor injuries to their knees and other areas.

Meanwhile, HOTSHOT debuted in October of this year with their very first album “Take a Shot.”

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Profile Of A K-Pop Fan: 14-Year-Old Exo Fan Elena Braun Explains How South Korean Music Changed Her Life

Profile Of A K-Pop Fan: 14-Year-Old Exo Fan Elena Braun Explains How South Korean Music Changed Her Life

Profile Of A K-Pop Fan: 14-Year-Old Exo Fan Elena Braun Explains How South Korean Music Changed Her Life (Photo : courtesy of Elena Braun)

Profile Of A K-Pop Fan: 14-Year-Old Exo Fan Elena Braun Explains How South Korean Music Changed Her Life (Photo : Facebook)

NAME: Elena Braun

AGE: 14

HOME: Brookings, Ore.

CURRENTLY: "I have been delivering newspapers for four years for people around my neighborhood," Braun explains. "I am home-schooled online with Alpha Omega Academy which is a big temptation for me because I love going on Facebook to check out K-pop groups when I"m supposed to be doing homework."

INTRO TO K-POP: "When I discovered K-pop, I was thrilled," Braun said. "I loved how many of the groups focused on being cute, innocent, and fun. I also liked the fact that many of the K-pop groups had just a spot of sexiness without taking it too far, like many American pop artists. I had never seen group dancing in music videos and I thought it looked amazing. I have tried introducing my few friends to K-pop and many of them do not like it, which disappoints me greatly. I always show my friends the most amazing K-pop music videos by some of the most talented groups and they"re always upset that they can"t understand what they"re saying. When someone complains about this, I always tell them what CL from 2NE1 said, "even if you don"t understand the language, you can still love the music.""

FAN CREDENTIALS: Although she hasn"t had been able to see any K-pop artists live yet, last summer, Braun used a family trip to Portland, Ore. as an opportunity to stock up on her fan supplies. "We ate at a Korean restaurant named "Koreana,"" she recalled. "They had K-pop playing in the background. It was my first time hearing K-pop in public so I was very excited. After we finished eating, we went to a Korean store called H Mart and I had $50 to spend. I wish I could have stayed there for hours looking at everything from Korea but we had to leave after about an hour or so. I bought K-pop socks, Korean facemasks, Korean chopsticks, and a Korean keychain. It was an amazing experience because I saw many things that I have only seen in Korean dramas. I have always thought that some football fans were very peculiar because if their favorite team lost they would be really mad, or sometimes even cry. I now scold myself for judging them so easily."

WHAT MOST AMERICANS DON"T UNDERSTAND ABOUT K-POP: "That it"s okay for a guy to be fashionable!" Braun said. "One thing I love about K-pop is that the artists express themselves, not only through their music, but also through how they dress. Another thing I think a lot of people don"t understand is that K-pop idols are people too. In their music videos they look like perfect singing and dancing machines. Sometimes, when scandals or other things happen, people are shocked to think that they would do something like that. I think something a lot of people need to know is that they make mistakes, just like us."


WHY EXO IS EXCELLENT: "In addition to being handsome, cute and sexy, they are also very talented," Braun said. "I also like the fact that they are funny. When I first got into K-pop, I thought that the only groups that existed were Big Bang, Super Junior, Girls" Generation and SHINee because they were all I could find on YouTube. As the K-pop fan grew inside of me, I discovered more and more groups thanks to websites like KpopStarz and fan pages on Facebook. When I discovered Exo, I felt like I had finally found my ultimate group. Their music can be so sad and sweet it would make me want to cry. Then, the next minute, it would make me feel like I was on top of the world, thanks to songs like "Growl" and "Wolf." Their music would make my mood go from sad to happy kind of like how gas makes car"s gas gauge go from empty to full. I also love how they include their fans in their slogan, "we are one. We are Exo!""

BEST EXO SONG: "Black Pearl"

"It gives me hope that I might have a chance with them, since one of the phrases in it says "international girl,"" she said.


"Ailee is amazing," Braun said. "When I discovered her I was in awe. Not only could she sing incredibly well, she"s beautiful. Ailee is more than just an artist I like, she"s my role model."


FAVORITE MALE SOLO ARTIST: Henry Lau of Super Junior-M

"Henry Lau is so talented," she said. "I love his music! When he debuted as a solo artist, I knew I had to add him to my list. He can speak six different languages, play the violin and piano very well, dance and sing."



"Got7 debuted a couple of weeks ago and I"ve noticed that they are already very popular," Braun said. "I think that they will definitely be a K-pop group to watch in 2014. I really like their concept and although I wasn"t a big fan of their debut, I have a feeling that this group is made for big things. Many people are comparing them to WINNER."

FUTURE PLANS: "I hope to be an English teacher in South Korea after I get my bachelor"s degree," she said. "I feel so much better now knowing that I have a bright future doing something that I know I"ll love--living in South Korea, teaching children, and listening to K-pop."

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Korean food ups global profile with new ranking

Korean food ups global profile with new ranking

Korean food ups global profile with new ranking

While Seoul has garnered much attention after Gangnam drew international spotlight thanks to Psy's "Gangnam Style", another city is gaining recognition for its food without the help of a celebrity.

Two restaurants in Busan have been ranked among the "101 Best Restaurants in Asia" by the U.S.-based food Web site The Daily Meal, which has previously introduced lists for foodies in the United States and Europe.

Baekdu, a Korean food restaurant in Busan, was listed along with Farmer's Original Handmade Hamburger.

The former is popular among foreigners in Korea and many have posted reviews online. The restaurant is located within walking distance of Kyungsung University and Pukyong National University. It is housed in its own building with a traditional Korean-style interior with light brown walls and wooden pillars.

The top Korean restaurant was Byeokje Galbi in Seoul, which came in at No. 30. The high-end barbecue place has six branches across Seoul including the one in Dogok, southern Seoul, and another in Sinchon, northwestern Seoul.

For customers looking for cheaper but still tasty meat, the restaurant has a sister brand called Bong Pi Yang with branches all over Seoul.

Prior to the summer season, a restaurant that serves cold noodles, a staple during hot weather, placed 47th. Ojangdong Hamheong Nengmyeon, located in Jung District, central Seoul, was recognized by the American Web site.

"I think South Korea shows great promise, and frankly I'm surprised that more of its top restaurants didn't place on our list", said Colman Andrews, editorial director of The Daily Meal.

A Taiwanese eatery famed for its dumplings was crowned Asia's best restaurant, while restaurants in Beijing claimed the lion's share of spots in the top 10.

Din Tai Fung in the Taiwanese capital Taipei was ranked No. 1 on the list.

"Ultimately we chose .?.?. a place best-known for doing one thing absolutely perfectly", said Andrews, adding that they were aware their selection of the restaurant, which has spun off into an international chain, would be controversial.

Half of the top 10 restaurants were in Beijing, with Duck de Chine - noted for its Peking duck - at second place, and the Chinese-style nouvelle cuisine Green T. House at third.

"Our feeling is that Shanghai has had a good reputation as a restaurant city for some time due both to a strong regional cuisine and the early incursions of Western celebrity chefs .?.?. but that Beijing is definitely catching up", said Andrews. "It's an imperfect analogy, but in a way the culinary contrast between the two mirrors that between New York City and Washington. The former is more famous as a food city, but Washington increasingly offers serious competition - usually just with a little less fanfare".

Food critics, writers and long-term foreign residents in Asia among others voted on a list of restaurants pulled together over a six-month nomination period, considering cuisine, style, value and overall buzz, to select the top 101.

Beijing's Temple Restaurant was fourth and Capital M, a modern Australian restaurant overlooking Tiananmen Square, was fifth. Another Beijing establishment, Dali Court, hit seventh.

Varq, in the Indian capital New Delhi, came in sixth.

By Lee Sun-min, Reuters


Profile on Korean Influence in London's High Street Stores

Profile on Korean Influence in London's High Street Stores

Profile on Korean Influence in London's High Street Stores

Animal hats in Peacocks

Written by Anne Cole

Over the last year, a Korean influence has swept across London's high streets. Whether on a retail therapy spree, Christmas shopping or just doing the weekly supermarket run, these Korean touches add excitement to London shopping. Here are just a few of them:


London's gone crazy for K-accessories! The trend dominating the high street this season is animal hats- a look that Koreans were sporting years ago. Now high street giants New Look and Accessorize, as well as budget fashion chains Primark and Peacocks have stocked their shelves with these winter warmers, and Londoners are looking cuter than ever.

Another accessory that has caught on is the phone charm. These are available from 99p from Primark, and are adorable as well as functional (we can all find our phones in our handbags far easier now!) Let's hope other stores continue this trend- we want a full assortment of charms to decorate our otherwise drab phones.

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Phone charms in Primark


At last, Londoners can find a lighter side to working or studying. Taking inspiration from Korea and Japan, where education is king, top stationery retailer Paperchase has led the way in brightening our writing materials. Who wouldn't want a smiley-faced toadstool bookmark or dolly-patterned notebook to add an element of fun to their work? WHSmith and Tesco are starting to follow in Paperchase's footsteps with some fun and colourful items (we've yet to spot any in Ryman, probably the most well-known stationer and office supplier, though.)

Profile on Korean Influence in London's High Street Stores

Cute stationery in Paperchase

Profile on Korean Influence in London's High Street Stores

Paperchase's colourful, K-style notebooks


Following the recent popularity of, and hype surrounding Korean food, Korean ingredients and brands have found their place in the fridges and kitchen cupboards of Londoners. However until very recently, the only place to buy Shin Ramyun was in a Korean store or Asian supermarket. Now, two leading supermarkets, Tesco and Asda, include Korean items in their World Foods sections. Available products include instant kimchi noodles, Pepero and seasoned seaweed. We can't wait for the range to expand!

Profile on Korean Influence in London's High Street Stores

Kimchi noodles in Tesco

Profile on Korean Influence in London's High Street Stores

Korean products in Asda


The beauty buzzword circulating London in 2012 has been "BB Cream" ("Blemish Balm" -or sometimes "Beauty Balm"- that combines moisturiser, SPF sun cream and foundation coverage in one.) Although this wonder-product was invented by a German dermatologist, it was the Korean market that brought it to the fore, and it has been a staple of the beauty regime of many Korean women (and men) since the 1980s. The flawless skin of Korean actresses is a perfect advertisement for the product!

Profile on Korean Influence in London's High Street Stores

Garnier BB cream in Boots

It's now found its way onto the shelves of go-to beauty stores Boots and The Body Shop. For us busy Londoners, it's an affordable, convenient addition to our make-up bags. UK Vogue agrees, and recently published a list of 10 Best BB Creams.

Music and DVDs

There's an ever-growing market for K-pop CDs here in London, and HMV Oxford Street have been the first to recognise and cater for this. A selection of what's currently in stock in their K-pop section includes Exo-K "Mama", Shinee "Sherlock" and Super Junior "Mr Simple".

As well as enabling London K-pop fans to purchase CDs instantly, in person and in their home town (rather than ordering online from Korea), this HMV branch has also become a K-pop hub. They facilitate DJ and flashmob-style dance events, and have created the Twitter handle @HmvKpop to keep fans updated with what's in stock (and in turn to listen to what the demand is).

Korean cinema has also caught the imagination of Londoners, and a small yet varied range of Korean DVDs can be found in HMV and Fopp stores across London. The London Korean Film Festival (held in November) increases in popularity every year, and is a brilliant platform for K-film. Fopp in Shaftesbury Avenue created a temporary Korean Cinema section to coincide with the fest.

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Korean DVDs in Fopp's World Cinema section

Whether an immediate impact or a gradual affect spanning years, Korean style, products and culture are fast-becoming an everyday part of the London shopping experience. Londoners who already have an association with Korea will find pleasure and nostalgia in the influences mentioned above, while K-newbies may find a new affinity with them. London is a melting pot for many cultures and characters; Korean being just one; and this is what makes it such a welcoming and unique place to be. Let's see which influences will next be embraced by London's high streets.

Profile on Korean Influence in London's High Street Stores About the Author

Annie Cole lives in South London, UK, but her heart and soul remain in Korea. After returning from a teaching year in 2009, she began to record her memories, thoughts and reviews on various blogs. She is a vegetarian foodie and a lover of horror films, indie culture, modern art, interesting literature, kooky fashion and anything cutesie. She has made it her mission to seek out, enjoy and share all things London/Korean.


Translations raise global profile of Korean history

Translations raise global profile of Korean history

Translations raise global profile of Korean history

Prof. Choi Byeong-hyun, 62, has completed the first English translation of the "The Annals of the Joseon Dynasty", a treasured official record. "In an era of globalization, a non-globalized heritage is a dead heritage", he says. Provided by Honam University

Choi Byeong-hyun, 62, a professor in the department of English language and literature at Honam University, has completed an English translation of the first 15 books from "The Annals of the Joseon Dynasty". The books are records from the reign of King Taejo, the founder and first king of the Joseon Dynasty.

The books are unprecedented as they represent the first English translation of official records from the Joseon period.

The English translations consist of 1,200 pages and about 400,000 words, including annotations. Choi worked for two years without vacations or holidays to complete the project.

Kim Byung-kook, a former director of Korea Foundation and current chancellor of Korea National Diplomatic Academy, encouraged Choi to start the translation. The effort also received support from Louis Lancaster, a professor of Buddhology at the University of California, Berkeley, who lined up a publisher.

"The Annals of the Joseon Dynasty" is a precious cultural heritage that was designated as a part of Unesco's Memory of the World Program in 1997.

"Even Koreans find it easier to understand in English than in archaic Korean", says Choi. "In an era of globalization, a non-globalized heritage is a dead heritage".

"More than 100,000 Korean students are studying abroad these days. The globalization of Korean cultural heritage will serve as a lever to raise the status of Korean humanities studies".

Choi is known for his translations of Korean classics. His translation of "The Book of Corrections", No. 132 National Treasure of Korea, in 2011 and "Admonitions in Governing the People" in 2010, originally written by Jung Yak-yong, are used as texts in the world's most prestigious universities.

There was even a thesis based on Choi's translation of "Admonitions in Governing the People" by a student at Columbia University.

An Amazon book review praised "The Book of Corrections" as "a classic that outshines Winston Churchill's 'The Second World War'," and Tasan Cultural Awards recognized "Admonitions in Governing the People".

Choi first realized the need to translate classics in 1998, while teaching Koreanology at the University of Maryland.

"Right after the IMF crisis, I keenly felt the need to listen to the wise words of our ancestors. 'How did this happen?' and 'Why does history repeat itself?'?" he says.

"These were the questions I wanted to answer by my work when I started the translation of 'The Book of Corrections'."

After completing his translation of "The Annals of the Joseon Dynasty", Choi tried to emulate the spirit of the ancestors who created "The Tripitaka Koreana", a complete collection of Buddhist scriptures carved on more than 80,000 blocks of wood.

"Even through times of war, our ancestors completed such great works over a period of 15 years", he says.

Choi hopes future generations will take that spirit and complete the translation of the annals of entire Joseon Dynasty.

China's "Seven Military Classics", "Four Books" and "Three Classics" had been known to the outside world long before James Legge, a missionary, translated them in the late 19th century, he says.

"Korean classics didn't have such a chance until today; the globalization of Korean classics has just begun", says Choi. "I strongly believe this will bring a new current of the Korean Wave in global society".

The translation of "The Annals of the Joseon Dynasty" will be posted on the Web sites of the Korea Foundation and the National Institute of Korean History early next year.

By Lee Won-jean


Korean boyband member to start 1st solo Asia tour

Korean boyband member to start 1st solo Asia tour

Korean boyband member to start 1st solo Asia tour

Kim Jun-su, a member of Korean boy band JYJ, starts his own Asian tour in May to promote his first solo album, he announced Wednesday.

Kim said that he would play his first solo concert in Seoul on May 19 and 20 before performing in seven Asian cities including Bangkok, Taipei, Jakarta and Shanghai through June.

The 25-year-old made his music industry debut in 2003 as part of TVXQ, which led the K-pop boom in Asia. The five-member group has sold more than eight million records at home and abroad. Kim and two other members of the group dropped out in 2009 and formed JYJ after a legal dispute with their former agency.

JYJ has gained huge popularity overseas through major Internet sites such as YouTube. The group's world tour this year resulted in a round of successful performances in fourteen cities including Santiago, Chile and Lima, Peru.

The singer, also known as Xia, released his first solo album Tuesday titled "Tarantallegra", of which 80 percent of the songs are his own compositions. The new release, a mix of electronic dance and RB ballads, had 100,000 pre-orders.

"Tarantallegra, stems from the indigenous language of Africa, meaning magical power for fast dance movements", (sic) Kim said at a press conference held in Seoul on Wednesday.

Kim has recently appeared in musicals such as "Elisabeth", in which noted singer Ock Joo-hyun starred. He was nominated for best actor at The Musical Awards for two consecutive years.

By Rachel Lee


The funniest product placements on Korean dramas

The funniest product placements on Korean dramas

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterProduct placements in Korean dramas were the consistentpuppy peeves from their avid fans. Recently, a post about the funniest placements has been published! 

In a post on Today’s Humour, netizens have indexed down the funniest product placements they'vediscovered on their favorite Korean dramas. Amongthe preferred ones discussed are the peppers featured on the FoxyUnmarried Lady, the hen chain Chicken Maru on Innocent with Song Joong Ki coincidentally gambling the role of a guy named Maru, and a logo of a meat processing corporate on duration drama Jang Adequate Jung amongst many others.

Other incidences said were observed from Shining Inheritance where it promoted Samsung’s Galaxy Tab and Dong Won’s Tuna on Naeil’s Cantabile. 

As the comments’ segmentused to be flooded via netizens, other funny produce placements spotted on dramas were Ryu Shampoo on Doctors, Yook Sunjae on a unicycle scooter and more.

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Video Added Korean drama 'Doctors' episode 11

Video Added Korean drama 'Doctors' episode 11

Added episode 11 for the Korean drama "Doctors"

"Doctors" (2016) Directed via Oh Choong-hwan Written by Ha Myeong-hee Network : SBS With Kim Rae-won, Park Shin-hye, Yoon Gyoon-sang, Lee Seong-kyeong, Kim Yeong-ae, Jeong Hae-gyoon,... 20 episode - Mon, Tue 22:00 Often referred to as "Doctor Crush" Synopsis A drama about the realism in the courting between doctors and patients and the social prejudice of tutorial background and origin. Broadcast beginning date in Korea : 2016/06/20

Note : because of licensing, videos would in all probability not existto be hadto your country

#Ha Myeong-hee #Jeong Hae-gyoon #Kim Rae-won #Kim Yeong-ae #Lee Seong-kyeong #Oh Choong-hwan #Park Shin-hye #Yoon Gyoon-sang #Doctors #news