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Joo Won plays the handsome police profiler Tae-ho in the romantic comedy "Catch Me", which also stars Kim Ah-joong as vixen burglar Jin-sook. (Photo provided by Lotte Entertainment)
Just in time for the Christmas holidays, two of Hallyu's biggest names, Joo Won and Kim Ah-joong, are set to treat their fans by taking on their sexiest roles yet in "Catch Me". Directed by Lee Hyun-jong, the film portrays Joo, who plays the handsome police profiler Tae-ho with enough charisma to make any criminal swoon. Then there's Kim as vixen burglar Jin-sook - who goes by Sook-ja - who can just as easily swipe a security badge from a guard as she can scale a high-rise building to steal expensive artwork, all without a trace.
But because one kink is never enough in a rom-com, another twist is thrown into the bag for good measure - in this case, history
In recent years, the story lines of popular webtoons, or web cartoon series published online, have been the to-go choice for filmmakers when they find themselves short of fresh material to put on the big screen.
However, using webtoons as a major source of films is considered a double-edged sword. The films are easy to publicize, but they have a high risk of becoming box-office failures if they can't provide viewers with something more than the original webtoon.
A webtoon titled "A.P.T", written by first-generation webtoonist Kang Pool, was the first to be made into a horror movie of the same name, starring Ko So-young as the lead actress in 2006.
Kang Pool, whose real name is Kang Do-young, has written numerous cartoon series online covering diverse genres such as humanism, thrillers and horror
Girl's Day Minah updates her twitter with a new selca as she writes, "I am working merrily lullulalla~~"
On the photo, Minah is wearing big sized-thick hoodie while posing cutely and making an adorable pouty face.
She doesn't look that bright but we could assume that she is working fine by taking time to upload the photo for fans.
Meanwhile, their agency, Dream Tea, has recently bought by Wellmade Star M.
Taeyang's "Ringa Linga" has been given a martial arts update.
Recently a new dance cover of Big Bang member Taeyang's latest solo single "Ringa Linga" has been spreading across the internet.The video features the Korean Tigers, a professional Tae Kwon Do team who add jabs and kicks to the song's choreography.
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A day before the official music video for "Ringa Linga" was released, Taeyang and his dance crew showed off their skills in a dance performance video that showed them in the studio, out in the parking lot, and even in the hallways with explosive dance moves.
The Korean Tigers' version follows a similar format, and while they reuse similar elements and steps, some very impressive Tae Kwon Do moves are added in to make for an entertaining and visually stimulating cover
When he’s not performing on stage, D.O is your average moviegoer, who prefers to have fun before the start of the movie. On episode two of EXO’s “Showtime,” fans were able to watch D.O enjoy the complimentary services at the local theater.
Ordering a nacho and soda combo, EXO’s D.O showed his character as he chose to watch a movie by himself during his free time, while the other members enjoyed group activities. Forget being filmed for your own reality show, or even being known as one K-Pop’s hottest icons! D.O simply had fun with the cool gadgets at the theater.
One of the things D.O tried out was a machine that took photos of people with the backdrop of a movie poster. Which movie did he choose? The EXO member chose none other than BIG BANG’s T.O.P’s movie, “The Commitment
Girls' Generation is getting the world's attention as Time magazine has chosen one of its songs for its Top 10 of Everything 2013 list.
One of the group's songs, "I Got a Boy", is No. 5 on the list.
"The nine-woman South Korean group Girls' Generation is a ridiculously effective hook machine, and a major phenomenon in Asia, whose biggest pop acts make One Direction and Katy Perry sound like an audience-alienating avant-gardist", the magazine said.
"If you like songs that do everything at once, go straight to YouTube and call up the over-the-top video for this monomaniacally charming hybrid of bubblegum, dubstep and hard rock, whose Korean lyrics are sprinkled with incongruous English phrases".
Korea's own talents pushed past other big-name world stars, including Miley Cyrus, whose song "We Can't Stop" was No
On December 5, Big Mama member Lee Young Hyun released a teaser video for her new song “Infection” featuring Kanto. The teaser features a juxtaposition of images before and after the breakup of a couple, having a good time together, then at home alone, then together again. At the end, we get to hear a short clip of Lee Young Hyun’s emotional voice, giving us just a taste of her full range and power.
The talented singer showcased her voice over and over again on the MBC variety show “I Am A Singer” with various covers, and now she is back with her own song, together with rapper Kanto. A collaboration between these two artists is sure to bring a treat to the table!
2NE1’s leader CL revealed that she was offered roles on Hollywood movies.
On December 5, 2NE1 appeared as guest on the “Big Star Special Show” segment of SBS Power FM’s “Choi Hwa Jung’s Power Time.”
During the show, CL disclosed, “I received a few casting offers for Hollywood films, but I turned them down.” She added her explanation saying, “It doesn’t feel like I’ve established anything significant musically. I want to concentrate on 2NE1 and on my solo activities. But if opportunities arise in the future, I would take on the challenge.”
Meanwhile, the members of 2NE1 have been actively promoting their new song “Missing You.” They are topping various music charts for the third consecutive week. 2NE1 also won first place on MBC’s “Music Core” and SBS’ “Inkigayo” last week
Superheroes. Space vampires. Love-obsessed doppelgangers. Industrious, real-life rookie idols who don’t let more than two moments pass without releasing something new. Tying together the roles that the guys of VIXX have played since their debut 18 months ago is a common thread: sleeplessness! So, it’s no surprise that they wrap up a jam-packed 2013 not with a vacation (or even a nap), but with one last release—their biggest yet.
Voodoo is their first full-length album, heavy with the weight of a hulking 15 tracks and the group’s lofty aspirations. With this outing, it’s clear that the Jellyfish Entertainment outfit seeks to define a signature sound and declare itself ready to take its place amongst K-pop’s top flight.
A mélange of the familiar and the new, the fun, the romantic, and the macabre; some of the ten original tracks on the album call upon tried-and-tested formulas from VIXX’s past hits, while others experiment with current pop modes that play to the individual members’ strengths—especially Ken’s skillful, dulcet R&B vocals
In an unexpected placement, Girls’ Generation‘s “I Got a Boy” ranks at number five in the “Top 10 Songs of the Year” list by the prestigious American weekly news magazine Time. Time Magazine has run a “Top 10 of Everything” feature since 2008, ranking everything from news stories to t-shirt worthy slogans.
Time magazine wrote about the group and song, “The nine-woman South Korean group Girls’ Generation is a ridiculously effective hook machine, and a major phenomenon in Asia, whose biggest pop acts make One Direction and Katy Perry sound like audience-alienating avant-gardists. If you like songs that do everything at once, go straight to YouTube and call up the over-the-top video for this monomaniacally charming hybrid of bubblegum, dubstep and hard rock, whose Korean lyrics are sprinkled with incongruous English phrases (“Ayo, stop, let me put it down another way”)