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On the latest episode of “Dad, Where Are You Going” that aired on December 8, they showed five dads and their children doing home stays in New Zealand as a continuation of last week’s episode.
Actor Lee Jong Hyuk and his son Junsu were surprised when their New Zealand family had a notebook prepared. When they had first arrived, Lee Jong Hyuk announced that he was a famous Korean actor and boasted that if they search his name on the internet, he’d come right up.
He was nervous as he admitted, “It comes up if you type it in Korean, but what if it doesn’t come up with English?” However, all of his information popped right up. Feeling relieved, he confidently asked his home stay family, “Do you want to watch my movies?”
The 'date kiss' of Taemin and Son Naeun was revealed in the preview, arousing curiosity in viewers.
In MBC "We Got Married" that will aire tomorrow, group SHINee's member Taemin and group A-PINK's member Son Naeun will be shown doing a date-kiss that was lose enough for their lips to actually touch.
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The couple held a traditional Korean wedding ceremony, and one of the traditions is for the couple to bite of a date together.
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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
U-KISS has some good news for KISS ME America. They are coming to the States to hold their concert there in January. This is their very first U.S. Tour. The three lucky cities are Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York. This will be the second time for U-KISS to perform in LA (the first one was two years ago during the Korean Music Festival) and their first concert in San Francisco and New York.
U-KISS’ Kevin showed his excitement about coming to his hometown, San Francisco, on his twitter.
“Who’s excited? I AM! Mark your calendars and stay tuned for more info~ can’t wait to meet all our fans in the US. It’s been over 2 years since we’ve been in LA and it’ll be our first time in NYC and SF(my home) I’ve been waiting so long for this”
So, KISS ME America, are you as excited as he is?
JYJ‘s Jaejoong has been killing the music charts in China.
C-JeS Entertainment said, “Kim Jaejoong has taken the number one spot in the ‘gold’ program on a Chinese music specialty channel, CCTV15. The program airs three times a week for thirty minutes, and shows the most popular Korean music. Jaejoong’s song ‘Just Another Girl’ has been number one for three weeks straight. Moreover, he’s been number one on Yinyuetai’s weekly music charts for four weeks straight.”
CCTV is a huge Chinese performance station with about 22 channels and 1,000,000,000 viewers. CCTV15 is one of those 22 channels, and relays information about a variety of music.
Jaejoong’s first solo album “WWW: Who, When, Why” was released on October 29, and has been a hit even since before its official release
Singer G-Dragon of the boy group Big Bang has been chosen as one of the week's best-dressed celebrities on Monday.
Fashion magazine GQ's global edition ranked G-Dragon in seventh place in its "The 10 Best Dressed Men of the Week" list, evaluating male celebrities who had shown off their fashion at any official event throughout the world.
The Korean singer was chosen for the look he showed at the Mnet Asian Music Awards 2013 on Friday in Hong Kong. He was wearing a pair of jeans and a black jacket, which matched with a pair of sunglasses and a baseball cap.
After exciting fans with a first teaser clip for “Why Goodbye,” The Boss has released a second teaser clip, furthering increasing the anticipation for their comeback!
This new clip is similar to the first one in that the five members are seen in a black-and-white setting on an all-white set, giving them a cool and modern look.
The clip starts off by showing some of the intense choreography moves in slow motion with the strong beat of the song thudding in the background.
The Boss is definitely looking trendier and more mature as they prepare to meet their Korean fans for the first time in two years through this comeback.
Check out the teaser clip for “Why Goodbye” below and tell us what you think!
For non-Koreans, the most well-known Korean dishes are usually kimchi, bibimbap and bulgogi. But a special Korean cuisine event recently offered people the precious opportunity to sample royal court cuisine from Korea's ancient palaces.
At the Korean Banquet Showcase 2013, held on November 13 at the Korean Cultural Office in Sydney, Korean chef Heather Jung showed the attendees how to make court dishes from the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910). She cooked neobiani, a thinly-sliced grilled beef dish with a soy sauce seasoning, and tangpyeongchae, strips of thinly-sliced mung bean jelly mixed with Bean Sprouts, watercress, other vegetables and stir-fried shredded beef.
Each of the menu items was introduced with a history of the dish, how it was made and how it was eaten. The banquet participants showed their interest in the history of neobiabi as it is made up of a meat patty that is "not too long and not too narrow"
A picture of three Korean scholars wearing black horsehair hats, drawn by an unidentified Western visitor in 1895.
The world of hanbok is broad and deep. Like any collection of fashions, it has its variations, but a dapper Joseon-era man would always take care to wear his gat.
Take a look at some Joseon Dynasty paintings. They show us the street scenes of the time: what people wore, what they did, how they dressed, how they played. "The Welcome Parade for the Governor of Pyeongan Province" (Pyeongan-gamsa-hwanyeong-do) would be a good place to start. It was painted by Kim Hong-do (1745-1806). It shows a group of nobles lined up outside the palace, welcoming a provincial governor to the capital. Take a good look at the figures in the painting. All the men are wearing a gat
K-Pop Crossover: T.O.P. Film ‘Commitment’ Hitting U.S. Theaters, And Other Popular Korean Movies Which Have Hit America!
TOP, CommitmentT.O.P. of Big Bang in "Commitment." (Twitter)
As T.O.P. of Big Bang gains more and more recognize as a K-pop idol, his movie persona will be hitting U.S. theaters with the film "Commitment."
According to a press release from the movie's distributor Showbox, "Commitment" will hit select theaters in the U.S. on November 29, three weeks after its domestic release on November 6.
Showbox revealed that the movie had been sold to American film distribution company Well Go USA, the same company that is credited with the success of another Korean flick, "The Thieves," last year.
In "Commitment," T.O.P. plays a young North Korean spy posing as a high school student after he volunteers to finish a job his father failed to do in order to save his ailing younger sister, Hye In