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Lee Min Ho's Film Release Date Postponed

Lee Min Ho's Film Release Date Postponed

 

Fans will have to wait a little longer to see Lee Min Ho”s first film “Gangnam 1970,” also known as “Gangnam Blues.” The film was originally set for release in November.  But the producers have now confirmed that the film will be released in January 2015 instead. The rationale is that this is the peak season for films.

 “Gangnam 1970″ began production in April of 2014 and had its last day of filming on Aug. 31.

When the filming wrapped up, Lee Min Ho described the film as providing his most significant role....

B2ST release jacket making film for "TIME"

B2ST release jacket making film for "TIME"

B2ST had fans” hearts fluttering once again with a making film from the jacket shoot for their 7th mini album “TIME“!

Yoseob and Doojoon played around as photographers on set, but the boys got serious once they were the ones in front of the camera for the fall concept. B2ST also commented that their songs are perfect for the mood of this season and might even make you a little lonely.

Take a closer look at your favorite members with the clip above! ...

Krystal Fainted In SMTown Concert In Shanghai, China

Krystal Fainted In SMTown Concert In Shanghai, China

Recently, the news that Krystal was fainted after finishing her group’s performance for “Red Light” has been revealed, fans were worried sick about her health. A fancam captured the image of pale Krystal was lying unconsciously and then being carried away by bodyguard.

SM Entertainment reassured fans that Krystal’s health condition is better now, and she is quickly recovered, ““Due to showing signs of dizziness after her performance on Saturday, she took time off to rest. Currently, she has returned to her drama filming schedule,” the company said, assuring fans there is no need to worry....

SME releases statement about f(x) Krystal"s fainting spell at "SMTOWN Live in Shanghai" concert

SME releases statement about f(x) Krystal"s fainting spell at "SMTOWN Live in Shanghai" concert

f(x)“s Krystal had a fainting spell at the “SMTOWN Live in Shanghai” concert on October 18, and SM Entertainment has finally released an official statement.

A rep from SME stated on the 22nd, “Krystal took time to rest after she showed signs of dizziness after performing at last Saturday”s concert. Currently, she”s returned to filming her drama and is following through with her schedule well.”

Krystal showed signs of fatigue at the “SMTOWN Live in Shanghai” concert when f(x) were performing “Red Light“. She was seen wearing sunglasses on stage and walking off as soon as the group was done with the song. According to eyewitnesses, she fainted as she exited the stage and fell onto fellow member Victoria for support. A staff member quickly carried her to a waiting van....

U-KISS's ELi Begin Filming For Chinese Version of Korean Film "Full House"

U-KISS's ELi Begin Filming For Chinese Version of Korean Film "Full House"

On October 17th, the production company Group 8 announced that the agency will set out to film for Chinese alteration of the hit Korean drama, “Full House”.

The Korean version of “Full House” is based on the original manga named “Full House” by Kim Sung-soo. The romantic comedy series was aired in 2004, featuring the two famous artists Song Hye-kyo and Bi Rain. The movie drew attentions of people with viewer rating of 40%.

Taking up the role of famous actor Bi Rain played for “Full House” in South Korea, U-KISS member Eli has confirmed to play the role of the male character, Lee Young Jae. This movie is the beginning for an important role in Eli acting career....

[HanCinema"s Film Review] "The Tower"

[HanCinema"s Film Review] "The Tower"

What ultimately kills the fun here is that the movie is just too long for its own good. Running a full two hours, the work just struggles to present one dire turn of events after the other, but lacks the very important raising of the stakes. Doing this gasp-pause-gasp-pause dance for 120 minutes is just not a way to maintain suspense. So very early into the whole thing, the viewer kind of checks out. Suspense stops being suspense when it turns into a routine and you see the next big thing coming and going and continuing the same way. ...

[HanCinema"s Film Review] "Clash of the Families"

[HanCinema"s Film Review] "Clash of the Families"

The characters of this ill-fated couple as well as their actors being so adorable together and having such chemistry is definitely the best starting point for this romance. But as wonderful as these two are, this work is enriched by a powerhouse ensemble cast playing very colorful people. From Baek Yoon-sik to Kim Soo-mi, the families are just very lively and emotive characters, played by actors who create wonderful comedy in their quirky roles.

And it is this humor created by the creators and cast that really makes the movie special. There is romance here, but “Clash of the Families” is above all a family comedy film. There is plenty of outrageous comedy, there are funny dialogues and insane situations, there are some twists and secrets that just add to the whole thing and the cast makes every scene, from the slowest to the most chaotic very entertaining. ...

Film adaptations boost book sales

Film adaptations boost book sales

Books that are turned into films are getting an extra boost in the literary market, backed by the popularity of movie adaptations.

At a glance, there doesn”t seem to be much difference between movie theaters and bookshops these days. The best-seller shelf in stores selling novels is often stacked with publications that have been adapted into movies, while film posters promoting the original books are exhibited all over.

Of course, films inspired by literary works have been around for years, starting in Korea with Lee Gyeong-son”s “The Pioneer” (1924), which was based on writer Lee Gwang-soo”s eponymous novel. ...

Krystal reported to have fainted during SMTOWN concert in Shanghai

Krystal reported to have fainted during SMTOWN concert in Shanghai

Fans are currently abuzz with concern as Chinese fans have reported that f(x) member Krystal fainted on stage during the “SMTOWN LIVE WORLD TOUR IV in SHANGHAI”.

According to numerous reports from users on Chinese SNS site weibo, Krystal fainted when going the down the stage step after f(x)”s “Red Light” performance. Pictures of the incident shown below from weibo user real_Lainka61 are currently circulating around the internet. ...

SM Entertainment"s project group S joins SMTOWN concert in China

SM Entertainment"s project group S joins SMTOWN concert in China


SMTOWN

concert in Shanghai, China is happening today, and one of the performers is the SM Entertainment“s project group S.
S debuted in 2003 and was only active during that year. The group is consisted of Kangta, Shin Hyesung, and Lee Jihoon. They  released their first album entitled “Fr. In. Cl” (Friends In Classic) with “I Swear” as its title track. 
S will be coming back with their new album “Autumn Breeze” on October 27th. It was also announced that Girls’ Generation“s Yuri will appear in their music video. 
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