Co-Star Couples Comparable to Ahn Jae Hyun And Ku Hye Sun Encourage New tvN Drama/Reality Show

Co-Star Couples Comparable to Ahn Jae Hyun And Ku Hye Sun Encourage New tvN Drama/Reality Show

Co-Star Couples Akin to Ahn Jae Hyun And Ku Hye Sun Encourage New tvN Drama/Reality Display JiwonYu June 22, 2016 0 Co-Star Couples Such As Ahn Jae Hyun And Ku Hye Sun Inspire New tvN Drama/Reality Show On June 22, a press convention for tvNs new drama/reality show After the Play Ends (working title) used to be held, where the director revealed the elementalstructure of this new roughly program.

During the event, director Son Chang Woo stated, I used to beencouraged to make this program via seeing superstar couples like Ji Sung and Lee Bo Young, or Ahn Jae Hyun and Ku Hye Sun.

He continued, There are celebrities who get started out by gamblingthe jobs of fans in a drama or movie and in reality spill in love. Some of them get married. I determinedto do that plan wondering if the actors in this drama are ready to fall in love with each and every other, too.

About the actors, Son Chang Woo said, I'm thankful that the actors are comfywhilst filming this drama.

After the Play Ends is a combination of a drama and a reality show. The actors will film a romance drama called Iron Lady, and the program will continue filming to turn how the actors have interaction alongsideone another off camera.

It will star Ha Seok Jin, Yoon So Hee, Women Days Yura, BTOBs Minhyuk, and Ahn Bo Hyun. The primary episode will air on July 2 at 9:45 p.m. KST.

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Yoon Eun Hye Wins A Third Round Of Reality Fashion Show

Yoon Eun Hye Wins A Third Round Of Reality Fashion Show

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The plagiarism charges leveled against actress Yoon Eun Hye did not prevent her from winning another round of the Chinese design reality show "Goddesses" New Fashion" aka "Goddesses" New Clothes."

The program teams up professional designers and celebrities who must then create their own exclusive line. The format of the show is similar to the American design reality show "Project Runway."

According to the Korean media outlet Joongang Daily, the actress won for a third time thanks to her creation of a full-length gray coat. Paired with a handmade clutch, the coat won the highest bids from the show"s guests and online shopping malls. The designs earned a bid of $6.5 million for the exclusive right to sell the coat.

One of the guests bidding for the coat was EXO"s Tao. Yoon was so grateful for the support she received that she began to cry.

"There"s more to it than meets the eye," she said. "I appreciate people who have supported me."

In September the actress was accused of copying a coat created by designer Yoon Choon Ho. The coat was not exactly the same but both coats were white with fringed sleeves.

The designer questioned the similarities on social media, prompting the controversy.

But Yoon Eun Hye"s agency J Army Entertainment denied the accusation, saying that the actress had not seen Yoon Choon Yo"s design and that her coat was inspired by the film "The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe."

Shortly after the controversy made the headlines, the actress canceled some of her appearances at upcoming scheduled events. According to an article published in the Korean media outlet Ilgan Sports, the actress said she would not make a scheduled appearance at the Busan International Film Festival.

"She will not be appearing at the Busan International Film Festival, as previously announced," said a statement by her agency. "For the time being, she is carefully considering activities in Korea and China. She currently doesn"t have any plans."

Her agency also stated that she would not return for the third season of the Chinese fashion program. The actress debuted as a member of the girl group Baby V.O.X. She is known for her appearance in the dramas "Coffee Prince," "Princess Hours," "Missing You" and "Marry Him If You Dare."

This year she can be seen in the film "After Love" with co-star Park Shi Hoo.


Show Me the Money 4, Ep. 7-10: Reality TV vs. Expectations

Show Me the Money 4, Ep. 7-10: Reality TV vs. Expectations

20150909_seoulbeats_smtm_mino Show Me the Money 4, Ep. 7-10: Reality TV vs. Expectations Written by Cjontai On September 11, 2015 Weve finally reached the final episodes of Show Me the Money 4 (SMTM4), and its been quite a journey towards the end. Even before the first episode aired, there was plenty of buzz and controversy over who should and shouldnt be in it. The show has been plagued with issues over inappropriate lyrics and unethical rule changes, but that didnt stymie its popularity in the slightest. In fact, the only thing more perplexing than Mnets questionable definition of fairness is figuring out if any of the participants actually benefited from this hip hop K-drama.

When we left off in the previous review, Team Zico and Paloalto (ZiPal) had received a troubling blow after learning about Team San E and Verbal Jint (Brand New) swapping out Hanhae for Black Nut only days before their team diss battle. For those of you not up to speed on what the big deal was, Black Nut was originally eliminated after a team challenge, but Team Brand New changed their decision without consulting the other teams. This decision upset just about everyone on the show.

San E and Verbal Jint explained their thought process and apologized for their actions, but apparently, that was only to the viewing audience. In their confessionals, the other team captains and contestants complained about the swap. The ones most irked by Team Brand New was Team ZiPal because it meant they had to re-organize their original performance to accommodate the change. Mino spoke about how he even lost sleep preparing for a battle with Hanhae, and now he had to re-write his diss to focus on Black Nut at the last minute. The show producers pushed back the performance date as consolation, but Zico and Paloalto made it quite clear that they were upset with Team Brand News inconsiderate move.

This fueled both teams to do their best as they all had something to prove. Team ZiPal threw more disses at San E and Verbal Jint, who took the criticism without question. Team Brand News strategy involved throwing off their opponents with bold gestures. Ironically, Black Nut flubbed his lyrics this time and poured most of his energy into distracting Mino with his crazy actions. Apparently, this paid off as Team Brand New took the win by a slim margin.

The losing teams from the diss battles had to eliminate one of their rappers, so Team Jay Park and Loco (AOMG) dropped Sik-k while Team ZiPal dumped Ja Mezz. In addition to losing a rapper, both of these teams would also face each other in a showdown that meant the failing team would be completely out of the competition. This created a lot of tension on the teams since the captains could only pick one rapper to represent them. The remaining rapper would be automatically eliminated without setting foot on stage.

Although Geegooin knew Lil Boi was the favorite for Team AOMG, he worked hard to gain Jay Park and Locos attention. Lil Boi repeatedly messed up during rehearsals, which made his team captains nervous. When it came time to choose between the two, the AOMG staff debated heavily over who to pick: Geegooin was a stable performer, but Lil Boi had better presence. Team AOMG took a risk and chose Lil Boi.

Team ZiPal was left with AndUp and Mino, and like Geegooin, AndUp faced a formidable wall against Mino. Still, he tried his best to impress his team captains, but they chose Mino in the end. After Team ZiPal performed, the results for each team was revealed. Team ZiPal won, so it was game over for Team AOMG.

As for the other two teams, they had less pressure since they were able to retain their rappers. With three rappers each, they faced a different challenge. They had to pit one rapper against the other teams chosen rapper, and then choose one from the remaining two to perform with the captains. Like the last mission, audience votes would determine the winner, and another MC would be dropped from the losing team.

The choices were predictable aside from Team Tablo and Jinusean (YG) picking Innovator and Incredivle over Super Bee. Team Brand New won again despite Basick making a mistake and informing the audience that he did. Verbal Jint didnt feel happy about this win either because he felt they couldve done better. Tablo expressed sadness for losing two members from their team but praised everyones efforts.

Since Team Brand New had two rappers left, they got to choose the match-ups for the semi-finals. While discussing who to pit against each other, Tablo and Zico used aegyo to appeal to San E and Verbal Jint. It was a cute moment that lightened the mood before Team Brand New made their decision. The semi-final battles would be Black Nut versus Mino, and Innovator versus Basick.

Paloalto asked Team Brand New for one favor: Black Nut cant mention Mino in his rap. He proposed both rappers talk about themselves for once instead of doing another diss battle. Team Brand New agreed to this. Black Nut had been dissing Mino since the beginning, even going so far as to make Song Minos going to win anyway, a popular phrase throughout the show. This irked Team ZiPal who wanted people to view Mino without prejudice, so they hoped this rule would help his case.

Later, San E scolded Basick for not only making a mistake during his performance, but also telling the audience about it. He was frustrated by Basicks lack of passion, but apparently, there was a reason for this. Scenes of Basick with his wife and child revealed a backstory of what happened in between rehearsals. Basick was stressed with his fatherly duties, so he struggled to focus on the competition. It was a stark reminder of what he stood to lose if he failed.

After a pep talk and encouragement from his captains, Basick returned to fighting form for the semi-finals. Both he and Innovator put on energetic performances, but Basick took the win.

Basick wasnt the only one gaining support from his family as scenes of Mino dining with his father were shown. He gained a lot of encouragement to pursue his dream from him. We also see a calmer side to Black Nut as he helps his mother in her restaurant. As the most widely discussed contestants on this season of SMTM, it was nice to view a side of these rappers that wasnt centered on controversy. Normally, I would yawn at fluffy backstories, but considering the negativity from previous episodes, it was a fresh breath of air to see something positive.

Returning to the performances, there was some debate over the influence of the featuring artists, in particular, the person Mino had for his: Big Bangs Taeyang. Black Nut gained support from Jessi, and Basick had backup from Mamamoo, but Taeyang was the biggest of all the names involved. Considering how many times Mino boasted about removing his YG tag, the inclusion of Taeyang in his stage felt a bit hypocritical. Regardless, Mino won and proceeded to the finals.

From the beginning, there was little question if Mino would make the finals. The larger question at hand was who would be his opponent, and now we had an answer in Basick. Both rappers had their strengths and weaknesses, so it was expected to be a close match.

For the finals, there would be a solo and a team performance and multiple rounds of voting. The multiple voting system made little sense other than to give those who changed their mind after watching the stages a chance to vote differently. One could even joke that it seemed like San E and Verbal Jint helped make that rule. All jokes aside, the performances were solid and entertaining. Both contenders deserved to be proud of themselves.

Mnet milked the tension out of revealing the results, making the show feel longer than necessary. Things were neck and neck between both rappers, but the final tally showed Basick as the winner. Cue the confetti and cheers from the audience as this season of SMTM finally ended.

As much as people were predicting idols would be the downfall of the show, I feel like the show producers did the most damage on their own. The positive aspects were strong contestants and teams who put their all into creating memorable performances. The negative parts were anything that detracted from the competition itselfpetty backstage drama and media play over scandals.

The negative aspects fueled plenty of debate as to why anyone even bothered participating in this mess of a show. Its too early to say if anyone truly benefited or lost credibility from this experience. There are some who fell down the respectability ladder (ahem, Brand New) and others who gained a few more brownie points for simply enduring all of the garbage. With images both tarnished and polished by their appearance on this show, it really is up to the participants to bank on this opportunity in the aftermath.

I dont think Mino suffered at all from doing SMTM; in fact, I dont see a change in his popularity whatsoever. He got a chance to show his skills, and that was that. He experienced a minor setback with his lyrical controversy, but other than that, nothing changed. He may have gained and lost fans, but that can be said of everyone on the show.

If there are losers to be had, it would probably be Mnet itself. All of the scandals tarnished the networks image of fairness and transparency, which makes it difficult to take a competition seriously when the audience suspects foul play from the start. This will be their challenge going forward with season two of Unpretty Rapstar. Can they keep things focused on hip hop, or will they find themselves repeating the same mistakes from SMTM4?

Overall, Im thankful for a pool of contestants who kept me on my toes, even if it wasnt always for rapping. Like a lot of people, I also worried about SMTM turning into The Song Mino Show, but it turned out differently from my expectations. I enjoyed learning about other rappers, both mainstream and underground, which is what I truly wanted the most from SMTM.

Its always a joy to discover unfamiliar artists whose music you may enjoy, and Im looking forward to seeing them flourish in their careers, especially Basick. Im glad his risk paid off because there are many in his position who wouldve never even dreamed of doing what he did. His victory shows that you can still achieve your goals, no matter what your circumstances are. Congratulations, Basick!

(YouTube, Images via Mnet, YG Entertainment)


Lee Seung Gi Joins 'Journey To The West' Reality Show

Lee Seung Gi Joins 'Journey To The West' Reality Show

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Lee Seung Gi is one of four k-celebs who will take part in the new travel-themed reality show "New Journey to the West."

The cast also includes emcee and comedian Kang Ho Dong, rapper, dancer, composer and former Sechs Kies member Eun Ji Won, and comedian Lee Soo Guen.

And reality show viewers may recognize the director"s name. Na Young Suk has directed a host of reality TV series, including "Grandpas Over Flowers" and "Three Meals A Day."

"Journey to the West" is based on a Chinese novel that was published during the Ming Dynasty. It is considered one of the Four Great Classical Novels of Chinese literature and is known in English-speaking countries as "Monkey." It"s the story of a legendary pilgrimage involving a Buddhist monk and his protectors. The members of the quartet are known as The Monkey King, The Pig Guy, the Monk Sha and the Master. They undergo the pilgrimage to obtain some sacred texts but have to endure many trials along the way.

The modern day quartet of Lee Seung Gi, Kang Dong Ho, Eun Ji Won and Lee Soo Guen will also have missions to accomplish along the way and they won"t be easy. The original story has been described as a comic adventure and also a source of spiritual insight. Given the comedians taking part, the modern-day version will definitely focus on the comedy part, but they may also acquire some insight in their travels.

Trailers for the show were released in Korea on Aug. 25 and 28 and have so far had 2.5 million views. CJ EM produced the series.

"We are excited to introduce "New Journey to the West" to Chinese viewers through Tencent, one of the largest online platforms in the country," said Seo Jang Ho, head of International Sales and Acquisitions at CJ EM.

Lee Seung Gi has worked in dramas and films. His last k-drama was the police thriller "You"re All Surrounded" with Cha Seung Won. He recently appeared in the film "Love Forecast" with Moon Chae Won and next year can be seen in the film "Marital Harmony" with Shim Eun Kyung.

He"s no stranger to reality shows, having appeared on "Good Sunday, "Happy Sunday," "Love Letter," "Strong Heart," "Healing Camp," "Three Meals A Day" and "Running Man." He worked with Na Young Suk on "Sisters Over Flowers" and "1 Night, 2 Days."


Wonder<b>Girls </b>Shares Clips of Band Rehearsals on New<b>Reality </b>Show

WonderGirls Shares Clips of Band Rehearsals on NewReality Show

WonderbGirls /bShares Clips of Band Rehearsals on NewbReality /bShow In the primary episode of Wonder Girls‘ new show “Real Wonder Girls:The secret of Wonder Girls’ Comeback,” enthusiasts get a glimpse ofthe gang rehearsing as a four-member band with their instruments.

Although they haven’t beenready to performcontinue to exist mosttrack shows all the way through their comeback,the gang recentlycarried out versions in their hit songs “Tell Me,” “Nobody,” and “I Feel You” on their instruments at the show “Yoo Hee Yeol’s Sketchbook.”

Their new reality show’s first episodecapabilities clips of theindividuals practicing as a band asa long way back as September of 2014. They’re alsoobserved rehearsing their new edition of “Tell Me” in addition preparing to shoot theirdevice teaser videos for their new unmarried I Feel You.”

Yubinmay be seen gettinga bit of frustrated as she practices, and then she presentations off her pocket book of all her theory andtrack sheets that she’s beenoperating on.

You can watchthe sweetness Girlsindividuals rehearsebeneath entire with English subtitles!

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SM Rookies to first take part in a reality show

SM Rookies to first take part in a reality show

SM Rookies to Star In New Variety Show The Mickey Mouse Club; Hosted by Super Juniors Leeteuk The long-running American sketch variety show The Mickey Mouse Club ended its run in 1996, but it launched the careers of several huge stars such as Justin Timberlake, Ryan Gosling, and Britney Spears. Now young Korean hopefuls will have the chance to get a similar boost to stardom, as the Disney Channel in Korea is giving them a platform to show off their skills by rebooting the classic show.

The mousketeers in Koreas The Mickey Mouse Club will be nine of the members of SM Entertainments pre-debut group SM Rookies. The boys group includes Mark, Donghyuck, Jaemin, Jeno, and Jisung.

The girls group features Lami and new SM Rookie members Herin, Hina, and Ko Eun. Herin is said to be a bubbly girl from England, Hina is a dance prodigy who can speak both Korean and Japanese fluently, and Ko Eun is not only excellent at singing and dancing but also has amazing flexibility.

The show will be MCed by Super Juniors Leeteuk, and it will include musical performances, games, and skits. Its planned that the show will have two pilot episodes and ten episodes in the series. The first episode of The Mickey Mouse Club will air on July 23 on the Disney Channel.

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JTBC's lastest reality show to have the appearance of some big names

JTBC's lastest reality show to have the appearance of some big names

Girls Generations Sunny, Park Myung Soo, and Others to MC JTBCs New Variety Idol star Sunny from Girls Generation, TV personality Park Ji Yoon, and comedians Park Myung Soo and Lee Young Ja have been cast as MCs of the new JTBC variety program Serial Shopping Family (working title).

Serial Shopping Family will be a drama-talk show that will talk about various aspects of shopping. It will be produced by PD Kim Soo Ah, who has worked on JTBCs War of Mouth, and it will take on a unique format of a hybrid drama-variety. The casting of the four MCs, who each have a distinct personality, is drawing a lot of anticipation for the program.

Serial Shopping Family is scheduled to premiere sometime in August.

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INFINITE  has reportedly announced the  return date for the show called 'Reality

INFINITE has reportedly announced the return date for the show called 'Reality"

INFINITE Confirms Comeback Date for “Reality” + Intro to First Track Following the announcement of a full group comeback in July, INFINITE has finally confirmed their official comeback date for their upcoming album “Reality!”

On July 2, a representative of Woollim Entertainment revealed, “INFINITE will be releasing their new album at midnight on July 13. They will carry out broadcast promotions on the week of their comeback.”

Earlier this week, on July 1, INFINITE unveiled the first group teaser image through its official website. On July 2, a teaser photo featuring Sunggyu, L, and Sungjong was also revealed. The teaser introduced the first intro track of the album titled “Betting,” which is written, composed, and arranged by Rphabet.

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Meanwhile, the group is gearing up to open up their second world tour with the first concert to be held at Seoul Olympic Park’s Gymnastics Stadium on August 8-9.

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Girls" Generation to launch new reality show "Channel Girls" Generation" on OnStyle

Girls" Generation will be launching a brand new reality show later this month.

The show is called "Channel Girls" Generation" and it will be the first reality show that will star all eight members. The members will directly plan and produce digital contents on their own areas of interest. Prior to the broadcast, they will reveal their videos and compete for the highest number of views.

A staff said,"During the meeting, as if they were waiting for it, the members poured out endless ideas and we were very surprised at their enthusiasm. With the members creating their own contents, it will be a colorful program full of their bubbly charms, characteristics, interests and lifestyles".

"Channel Girls" Generation" will be airing on July 21st at 9PM KST. READ MORE



SNSD"s reality show airs on July 21

SONES can mark another date on their calendars now as SNSD"s upcoming reality show "Channel SNSD" which will air through cable channel OnStyle is airing starting on July 21.

The reality show"s format is not fixed but it is most likely deals with the girls" everyday routine and would also focus on fashion, beauty, cooking and more. Moreover, the girls are going to try to appeal to general audience to show what happens behind the camera like what they usually do after schedules and what makes them stay up late.

Meanwhile, SNSD is returning with a pre-release single album "Party" on July 7 and will be followed up with their album later on.