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How Sam Okyere Became A Star In Korea

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How Sam Okyere Became A Star In Korea

 

So, who was the African actor who impressed viewers with his mastery of Korean in “Warm and Cozy?” His name is Sam Okyere. He”s 24 and he comes from Ghana.

Besides playing a man who wanted to study at the Jeju Island Ladies Diver School, Okyere has appeared on a few variety shows, including “Real Men,” “Happy Together,” “Master Chef Korea: Season Three,” “SNL Korea,” and “Quiz To Change The World.” He has modeled for Vogue Korea and even serves as a global ambassador for a Korean seaweed company. . ... Read more

Lee Min-ho wins award for leading and promoting healthy communication online, 2015 Korea SNS Industry Grand Award

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Lee Min-ho wins award for leading and promoting healthy communication online, 2015 Korea SNS Industry Grand Award

Actor Lee Min-ho has received President Award of National Information Society Agency at 2015 Korea SNS Industry Grand Award.

SNS Industry Grand Award has been established this year to acknowledge an individual, groups or organizations, who played an exemplary role in online communication. The award is hosted by Social Network Service Industry Development Institute and sponsored by Ministry of Science, ICT and Future Planning and Korea Internet & Security Agency. . ... Read more

Park Seo Joon Is The Perfect Model In Milan For One Korea

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Park Seo Joon Is The Perfect Model In Milan For One Korea

 

Witch”s Romance actor Park Seo Joon looked simply modelesque in the streets of Milan, Italy. The star posed in the streets of the city known for its effortless street fashion and couture runway shows while wearing silky winter coats, trendy slip-ons and graphic t-shirts. His pictorial will be featured in the July issue of One Korea. . ... Read more

Zion.T comfortably rests his head in the lap of a nude model for "W Korea"

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Zion.T comfortably rests his head in the lap of a nude model for

Korean music scene”s favorite oddball Zion.T went 19+ recently for a video pictorial with “W Korea0.” 

The singer”s style in the video is the typical Zion.T fashion: suits with a colorfully mismatching set of patterns, a pair of chic shades, pointed black and white loafers, and tousled hair that makes one think that the singer just got out of bed when in fact he probably took three hours to get it to look that way. . ... Read more

Korean drama starting today 2015/06/29 in Korea

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Korean drama starting today 2015/06/29 in Korea
Korean drama starting today 2015/06/29 in Korea: “We Broke Up” “We Broke Up” (2015)Directed by Kim Ki-yoon, Kim Yong-wanWritten by Jeon Seon-yeongWith Sandara Park, Kang Seung-yoon, Hyoni Kang, Chang Ki-yong, Lee Beom-gyoo, Lee Se-yeong-III,…10 episodes – Mon, Wed, Fri 19:00Synopsis“We Broke Up” tells a story of a couple who happen to live together after their breakup. Sandara Park plays No Woo-ri, a bright and ambitious girl who struggles to land a job while Kang Seung-yoon plays Ji Won-yeong, an indie band”s vocalist who works part time at night. Hyoni Kang will appear as a confident career woman who runs the nation”s top music label, and Cang Ki-yong will play the role of the couple”s college mate.Broadcast starting date in Korea : 2015/06/29 . ... Read more

Korean Webdrama starting today 2015/06/29 in Korea

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Korean Webdrama starting today 2015/06/29 in Korea
Korean Webdrama starting today 2015/06/29 in Korea “We Broke Up” (2015)Directed by Kim Ki-yoon, Kim Yong-wanWritten by Jeon Seon-yeongWith Sandara Park, Kang Seung-yoon, Hyoni Kang, Chang Ki-yong, Lee Beom-gyoo, Lee Se-yeong-III,…10 episodes – Mon, Wed, Fri 19:00Synopsis“We Broke Up” tells a story of a couple who happen to live together after their breakup. Sandara Park plays No Woo-ri, a bright and ambitious girl who struggles to land a job while Kang Seung-yoon plays Ji Won-yeong, an indie band”s vocalist who works part time at night. Hyoni Kang will appear as a confident career woman who runs the nation”s top music label, and Cang Ki-yong will play the role of the couple”s college mate. . ... Read more

CNBLUE"s Yonghwa becomes the new face for "Skin79" in Korea and China

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CNBLUE”s Yonghwa has been appointed as the new model for cosmetic brand “Skin79″ in both Korea and China, proving his rising popularity in Asia.

A rep of “Skin79″ said,”Yonghwa is gaining much popularity all over the world including China as one of the icons of the Hallyu wave. By choosing him as the new model, we believe that he will be able to enhance the brand value with his sense of beauty”.. ... Read more

Song Kang Ho, Choi Min Sik and more have been reportedly the first people in Korea being invited to the Academy

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Song Kang Ho, Choi Min Sik   and more   have been  reportedly  the first  people in Korea being invited to the Academy

Actor Song Kang Ho and Choi Min Sik, as well as film directors Bong Joon Ho and Im Kwon Taek, and animator Kim Sang Jin were invited to be part of The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in the United States. . ... Read more

NS Yoon-G has reportedly shared about her perfect types from the Idol Groups in Korea

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NS Yoon-G  has reportedly  shared about her  perfect types from the Idol Groups in  Korea

NS Yoon-G has named her ideal idol types from among K-pop group members.

She makes the revelation while appearing on part two of the “Muscle Queen” special of KBS2’s “Let’s Go! Dream Team” on June 28. When asked who her ideal type was during the episode, NS Yoon-G replies, “I like the younger idols. INFINITE’s L and Sunggyu are my ideal types, and I also like Bangtan Boys (BTS) these days,” she confessed. . ... Read more

Young People "Would Run if N.Korea Attacks"

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Viewers look at posters of the film “Northern Limit Line” at a theater in Seoul on Wednesday.

Four out of 10 Seoul residents would simply flee to another country if another war breaks out on the Korean peninsula, a poll suggests. Also, more than 60 percent of Seoul residents said they have no idea what the instructions are in the event of a war.The Seoul Metropolitan Government surveyed 3,039 residents earlier this month and found that 36.2 percent would escape to a safer place, while 5.6 percent said they would leave Korea. Only 11.6 percent said they want to take up arms to defend the country, and the remainder would be willing to give the military some auxiliary support . ... Read more