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Japanese actress Juri Ueno dressed to impress in the November issue of Ceci. The star wore modern designs from some of the top Korean brands in the country, like Low Classic and Lucky Chouette, while posing in a traditional home. Her wonderful wardrobe included retro blouses, knit dresses, simple slip-ons and high-slit skirts.
In one of the most mesmerizing photos, Ueno sat on courtyard steps while wearing a white Arche dress from the brand"s Fall/Winter 2015 collection. The piece has ruffled sleeves and decorative gold buttons. It can be seen below on the runway.
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Entertainer Amy speaks out about her emotions toward the hot suspicion she has gained regarding prescription drug abuse.
On November 9, Amy spoke with a media outlet commenting, “The suspicion for Zolpidem abuse is so unfair. I’m appalled. It’s been prescribed by potential of my physician for my depression. The rumor that it’s been got illegally is nonsense. On account of more than a few incidents i used to be fascinated with before, I used to be depressed and frightened of what folks thought. So, I did get some food and other family goods via beginning services. yet the accusation that I were given Zolpidem brought to my house is outrageous.” Amy added, “When I want to take some for my depression, I cross see my doctor in my opinion and get his prescription.”
Amy went directly to say, “It is correct that I did get investigated by the police for my imaginable involvement, but I became over the entire scientific records and fabrics to turn out that I did no longer do the rest wrong. I’ll cooperate with the police to transparent my call going forward. Also, I’ll take prison action opposed to any entities who are spreading false rumors about this.”
Another media outlet reported, “Earlier this year, Seoul Gangnam Police subpoenaed Amy to look prior to the courts for receiving 20 Zolpidem pills via a significant transport carrier company. Amy adamantly denies the fees by the police and insists she simply received medications she turned into prescribed by her doctor.”
The case is still ongoing.
Television personality and Korean-American actress Amy (real call Lee Yoon Ji) is once again being investigated for additional Zolpidem abuse.
Amy has an large history of abusing prescription medication. In September 2012, she used to be sentenced to 8 months in felony and two years on probation for abusing Propofol, despite the truth that she changed into released after just 49 days. In June of 2014, she was indicted with 15 counts of drug violations and was fined five million won (approximately $4,600). because of the ones charges, she gained a deportation order back in April of this year, which she is lately appealing.
However, the Seoul Gangnam police subpoenaed Amy to look prior to the courts again on November nine for receiving 20 pills of Zolpidem via a start business, named handiest as Company K, previous this year. Additionally, the founder of corporate K, surnamed Go, was charged with promoting Amy as many as 651 Zolpidem tablets.
According to the police, Amy got the pills in the process the transport company’s employees far and wide the city. The legitimate file states that she received prescription medicine by way of this delivery service, which Amy vehemently denies.
The case is still currently under investigation.
Television personality, Amy, has expressed her frustration with the order of her deportation from Korea.
On November 4, at the Seoul top Court about the retraction of her deportation order, Amy stated, “I am no longer white or black, and all of my circle of relatives lives in Korea. I have now not harm others so forcing me to reside out of the country is an excessively tricky action for me.”
On September of 2014, Amy was once discovered in charge for abusing the psychotropic drug, Zolpidem, and became fined five million won (approximately $4,600). In 2012, she won a suspended felony sentence for abusing Propofol.
After her fine was confirmed, the Seoul Immigration Office gave a deportation order to Amy, a U.S. citizen, previous this year. in line with the Immigration Act, if a prisoner receives a detention center sentence or higher, he or she can also be forced to leave the rustic when released.
Amy appealed the order by way of announcing that “The deportation order is too harsh.” At the trial, it's been stated that “Amy is in very bad condition and has even had suicidal thoughts. because of the media, either her frame and brain are a mess. She is lately receiving clinical remedy and is inquiring for to be allowed to stick in Korea with the folk she loves, her family.”
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(Photo : ) Clara may have temporarily lost the ability to continue promotional activities in Korea due to a sanction which has allegedly been issued by The Korean Entertainment Management Association.
The Korean Entertainment Management Association issued a statement in response to Claras alleged lawsuit against Polaris Entertainment and subsequent controversy. An abridged version of the official statement from the Korean Entertainment Management Association was published in English by allkpop.
The official statement opens with a paragraph addressing the ethical issues which have surrounded Claras alleged lawsuit. The statement goes on to address the strength of the claims that have allegedly been issued by Clara against Polaris Entertainment which include sexual harassment through the medium of text messages.
According to allkpop, The Korean Entertainment Management Association acknowledges that she is a potential victim but also emphasizes their neutral stance in the situation by stating, While the results of the investigation have not been released yet, Clara, as an involved party of the dispute that has arisen from a problem involving her contract with the agency and is becoming a controversy, can been seen as an even more severe problem as the situation is receiving a lot of public criticism from society and the sensitive topic of sexual humiliation is especially becoming a public controversy; therefore, the aftermath could have an impact on even the public.
The strongest portion of the statement comes at the conclusion, where The Korean Entertainment Management Association addresses Claras behavior in recent months and her approach to the alleged lawsuit. The association cites these reasons as contributing factors for their decision to halt her ability to promote within Korea. According to allkpop the agency stated, Clara should have garnered the understanding from the public for her activities as a celebrity, respected that, and as a public figure, should have sincerely taken responsibility and behaved with self-discipline, but she has not sufficiently led with that, so we believe we must check her from continuing her activities as an entertainer."
Meanwhile, Clara was spotted in Hong Kong.This recent development could mean that there will be an extensive period of time before Clara will be able to act in Korea or engage in promotional activities within the country.
The Korean Entertainment Management Association to halt Clara"s activities as an entertainer in Korea
The Korean Entertainment Management Association released their official statement regarding the current controversy with actress Clara, who has become embroiled in a complicated lawsuit with Polaris Entertainment.
The shortened version of the official statement on January 28 says:
"Korean Entertainment Management Association"s special organization, the Rewards and Punishment Mediation Ethics Committee, has adopted the important matter in relation to Clara, actress of popular culture and arts, that has recently broken out and express its ethical stance in order to help the wholesome development of the Korean entertainment business.
While the results of the investigation have not been released yet, Clara, as an involved party of the dispute that has arisen from a problem involving her contract with the agency and is becoming a controversy, can been seen as an even more severe problem as the situation is receiving a lot of public criticism from society and the sensitive topic of sexual humiliation is especially becoming a public controversy; therefore, the aftermath could have an impact on even the public.
As a Korean star and an involved party of the incident that has become a problem, Clara should have garnered the understanding from the public for her activities as a celebrity, respected that, and as a public figure, should have sincerely taken responsibility and behaved with self-discipline, but she has not sufficiently led with that, so we believe we must check her from continuing her activities as an entertainer."
Looks like she won"t be active for a while, at least not in South Korea! Meanwhile, her movie "Working Girl" is currently still in theaters, so there are some concerns about whether her current scandal will have an effect on the movie.
Do you think the committee made the right decision?
In the weepie "Ode to My Father", which portrays the sacrifices of a man through 50 years of Korean history, the youngest of the family is adopted to the U.S. and finally meets her brother after a TV campaign searching for families separated by the Korean War.
The part of the grown-up daughter was played by Korean-American actress Stella Choe, and her performance in the reunion scene makes a powerful impression.
In a phone interview with the Chosun Ilbo on Thursday, Choe said getting the part was "like a fairy tale".
Born and raised in Los Angeles, she hardly speaks any Korean.
She said she has been acting for a long time but did not land any major roles. A couple of year ago, she and her friends made the comic video "What Kind of Asians Are You?" for fun and posted it on YouTube. It ridicules prejudices against Asians in the U.S.
The producers of the film saw the video and got her to audition for the role in March, competing with some 200 others. Five months later, they called to tell her that she got the part.
Choe watched the film with her mother and two sisters in Los Angeles when it was released in the U.S. early this month.
"The theater was a sea of tears. Everybody"s eyes were red from crying. When I was taking a picture in front of a poster, people recognized me and crowded around to ask for taking a picture with me", she said.
The actress was surprised when the film attracted 10 million viewers in Korea, but she said what pleased her most was that she could tell her mother about things that she never talked about after they watched the movie.
Her father can"t go to a theater as he is sick, so she will watch the film again with her family when it is available on DVD.
Korean sexy bomb Clara has enjoyed her meal with "Drunken Talk".
With some beer, Clara became bolder than she already is. The release of "Casa Amor, Exclusive for Ladies" made her slightly tense but the drink allowed her to settle down a little.
She's frank. Her "cool" answers surprised the reporter. She's very optimistic and answers everything with a smile. She experienced painful years of no-fame in her early years but she's now the sexiest icon there is and this didn"t happen because of a lucky ball she threw at a game. We asked her what we wanted to know about her.
You have been accused of lying because of what you said on TV.
"I am honest in what I say and it depends on my mood so I make mistakes and cause misunderstandings. I always tell myself to be careful of what I say. How people see me is how I show myself. It's most important to be myself".
There are so many rumors and misunderstandings about Clara. Is there anything you want to defend yourself for?
"I don"t have exhibitionism. I don"t stay exposed or wear things that expose me. I like causal looks and I just wear sexy outfits when the situation requires it. I just want to show you healthy and energetic me. I don"t have exhibitionism".
Do you check the online comments?
"I don"t really. Especially the comments. I always used to look up my articles and read the comments but I realized they are all the same. People say, "Who is she and why is she in the main page?", "We don"t want to know about her", "I am so tired of seeing her" and such".
Was there an exceptionally hurting comment?
"I don"t get hurt from them. You can"t survive if you do. Everyone has different point of views so I don"t care. Not everyone can like me. And it"s better to have some rude comments than none at all. No matter how they look at me, it means that they are curious about who I am. Something"s better than nothing".
You have many titles such as actress, singer and entertainer. Which do you prefer?"
"Of course, actress. I've been acting for a long time and when I introduce myself I call myself "actress". I hope I am more of an actress to the others when they see "Casa Amor, Exclusive for Ladies"".
There are many biased reviews of you since you are active everywhere.
"I am upset about that but it"s something I have to deal with. I can't help rumors and speculations like that when I am in this biz. I don't think badly of it. I get offered positions for MC or even as a singer. In the past it was mostly offers for a pictorial focused on my body but on the good side of being active everywhere, I am now asked for in the beauty section too".
You are hungry for more and curious as well.
"I want to experience whatever I can in this one life I have. I don't want to lose something I am curious about. Of course, I get scared about attempting at doing something new but it's something we've all got to go through don't we?"
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(Photo : Megabox Plus M) Clara and Jo Yeo Jeong star in the upcoming film "Working Girl." International interest in Korean entertainment continues to increase as the Hallyu or Korean Wave of cultural export flows throughout the world. This has led to cross-cultural exchange where K-pop groups like Super Junior incorporate elements of Spanish music in their song MAMACITA.
The Korean film industry has started to look towards Latin America, for refreshing and unique stories. The upcoming film Working Girl is an adaptation of the racy Brazilian movie Upside Down.
Working Girl is the second adaptation of a Latin American film from the production company who also delivered the 2012 hit romantic comedy All About My Wife. All About My Wife was adapted from the 2008 Argentine film A Boyfriend for My Wife.
The Korean Film Council recently chronicled the journey of Working Girl from its Latin American origins to its innovative, Korean adaptation.
The film which is also known as Casa Amor: Exclusive for Ladies tells the tale of two women: Bo Hee, a business woman who falls upon hard times and Nan Hee, the owner of a failing adult toy shop.
Bo Hee is portrayed by actress Jo Yeo Jeong (The Target). She is successful at marketing childrens toys and believes that she is happily married until she loses her job. Jobless and also facing the loss of her husband, she befriends Nan Hee.
Nan Hee is portrayed by Clara (Emergency Couple). Nan Hee is overtly sexual but struggles to find love within her life and can not make her failing adult-oriented business into a successful venture.
Working Girl explores the sensitive topics of female sexuality and empowerment.
With its approach of sensitive topics, the film is not without its controversy. Director Jung Bum Sik recently faced a backlash for his statements at a press conference where he discussed Claras use of an adult toy to gain better knowledge for her role.
Working Girl opens in Korean theaters on January 8, 2015.