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TaecyeonFive Fun Facts About Taecyeon
You may soon be spending a few weekend hours with Taecyeon if he signson to appear in the drama "Wonderful Season."
The 2PM singer isconsidering a role in the KBS multigenerational weekend drama slated toreplace "Wang Family" early next year.
Taecyeon may have already achieved success as a popular member of theboy band 2 PM but he really likes acting.
He recently starred as adetective in the paranormal drama "Who Are You?" Before that he had aleading role in "Dream High," with co-stars Suzy Bae and Kim Soo Hyun,and a supporting role in "Cinderella's Sister, with co-stars Moon GeunYoung and Chun Jung Myung"
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The stars and crew members from the best KBS dramas and miniseries of 2012 came together to celebrate the end of the year and recognize the talent that shined over the past 12 months at the ‘2012 KBS Drama Awards‘.
The big winner today was Kim Nam Joo, who won the Daesang for his performance in ‘Unexpected You’.
Check out the full list of winners below!
Daesang: Kim Nam Joo
Best Excellence Award: Song Joong Ki, Yoo Joon Sang, Moon Chae Won
Excellence Award (Long Series): Joo Won, Yoon Yeo Jung
Excellence Award (Medium Series): Um Tae Woong, Lee Bo Young
Excellence Award (Mini Series): Shin Hyun Joong, Jang Nara
Excellence Award (Daily Series): Dongwan, Kim Young Chul, Kim Ye Ryeong, Seo Ji Hye
Netizen Award: Song Joong Ki, Moon Chae Won, Girls’ Generation’s YoonA
PD Chosen Actor Award: Um Tae Woong
Side Character Award: Jo Yoon Hee, Kim Sang Ho, Park Ki Woong
Rookie Award: Jin Se Yeon, Oh Yeon Seo, Lee Hee Joon, Lee Jong Suk
Popularity Award: Joo Won, miss A’s Suzy
Best Couple: Song Joong Ki-Moon Chae Won, Lee Sang Yoon-Lee Bo Young, Lee Hee Joon-Jo Yoon Hee, Yoo Joon Sang-Kim Nam Joo
Youth Acting Award: No Young Hak, Nam Ji Hyun
One-Act Play Award: Yeon Woo Jin, Sung Joon, Yoo Da In, Park Shin Hye
Writer Award: Writer Park Ji Eun
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Premiers Nov. 5th 8:25 p.m. on KBS1TV
“I’ll Give You the Stars and the Moon” which captivated audiences each evening will be coming to an end on November 2nd and the new daily drama, “Cheer up, Mr. Kim!” will be taking its place starting November 5th. The show’s director Hong Suk-gu is famous for his stylistic scenes from works ranging from short drama specials to drama series. Meanwhile, the writer Cho Jung-joo is famous for “Partner”, “The Princess’s Man” etc. so the two are expected to create a synergy effect in the new drama.
“Cheer Up, Mr. Kim!” is about a young man who raises four kids who are not his own. He meets a woman and finds true love, creating a real family for himself. Mr. Kim, or Kim Tae-pyung was abandoned by his birth mother as a child, but works hard to make an honest living as a housekeeper
The teaser for the upcoming KBS drama "Cheer Up Mr. Kim" has been released!
Starring Shinhwa member Dongwan and actress Wang Jihye, "Cheer Up Mr. Kim" will be a drama about family and romance. The drama is scheduled to begin airing on November 5th after the conclusion of "I'll Give You the Stars and Moon."
In the released teaser, the main plot of the drama and its characters are introduced through the form of comic art. Dongwan's character, Kim Taepyeong, can be seen at the beginning of the teaser, followed by the four children for whom he is the guardian.
The teaser revolves around the idea of going home, as Kim Taepyeong takes the four children home. This idea of returning home in the teaser is similar to the theme of the drama's poster, which also shows Kim Taepyeong leading the four children home. The teaser combined with the poster convey a warm, homely tone that will be prevalent throughout the drama
Actor Yang Jin-woo will form rivalry with Kim Dong-wan in "Cheer Up Mr. Kim".
According to Fantasio, Yang Jin-woo is starring in the KBS 1TV drama "Cheer Up Mr. Kim" which is coming after "I'll Give You The Stars and The Moon".
Yang Jin-woo takes on the role of Baek Gun-wook, a plutocrat who wants revenge for being born a love child and is abandoned because of this. Baek Gun-wook forms a three way love line with Kim Tae-pyeong (Kim Dong-wan) and Lee Woo-kyeong (Wang Ji-hye).
Yang Jin-woo has starred in various dramas such as tvN drama "I Love Italy", SBS "Midas", movies, "Hi, Dharma 2: Showdown in Seoul", "The Elephant On The Bike" and more.
Shinhwa member and actor Kim Dong Wan will be returning to the small screen through a new KBS drama.
Kim Dong Wan has been cast as the main male lead for “Way To Go, Mr. Kim,” which will air after “Moon And Stars For You.” The upcoming KBS family drama, “Way To Go, Mr. Kim,” contains family warmth, comedy and romance.
Kim Dong Wan will play the role of 32-year-old Kim Tae Pyung, who is the guardian of four different, non-related kids. His good looks and his skillful methods of living makes him popular with the neighboring housewives. He works as part of the cleaning crew of his apartment and also offers housecleaning services. The drama will be about Kim Tae Pyung’s hard-working but warm personality as he tries hard to live each day and be a good parent to the children
Group Shinhwa's (Kim Dong-wan, Lee Min-woo, Eric Moon, Andy, Jun Jin, Sin Hye-seong) Kim Dong-wan was cast for the leading role in "Cheer Up Mr. Kim".
According to Live Wicks Company on the 27th, Kim Dong-wan will be starring in "Cheer Up Mr. Kim" after the current KBS 1TV drama "I'll Give You The Stars and The Moon".
Kim Dong-wan takes on the role of Kim Tae-pyeong. He is the guardian of four children with different family names and is an apartment cleaner and housework helper with good looks and skilled hands.
He is one tough guy who's made up of patience and perseverance and he takes care of children who are in the same situation as him in the past.
Kim Dong-wan said, "I am nervous about the period of the drama but I trust CP Moon Bo-hyeon, director Hong Seok-goo and writer Jo Jeong-joo"
Leeteuk exposed his chocolate abs.
On the August 14 broadcast of SBS “Strong Heart,” the Super Junior member showed off his abs on the “2012 Hit Dramas” special episode in front of actors from “Ghost,” “A Gentleman’s Dignity,” “I’ll Give You the Stars and the Moon” and “An Angel’s Choice” among others.
Actress Kim Jung Nan who plays the Countess in KBS “Bridal Mask” expressed her disappointment for not seeing idols on “Strong Heart.” She caused laughter in the studio as she said,” “When you appear on “Strong Heart” you expect to see SHINee, CNBLUE, Big Bang
in GHOST as Kim Woo Hyun (a detective in Cyber Investigation Department)
Name: 소지섭 / So Ji Sub
Also known as: So(h) Ji Sup / So Ji Seop
Profession: Actor, Model
Birthplace: Seoul, South Korea
Star sign: Scorpio
Blood type: O
Education: Chungwoon University (Acting major)
Skill: Swimming (Medalist at the National Athletic Meet) [see! no wonder he had a great body and I remember how he swam in kdrama MISA]
Hobbies: All kinds of sports
Family: Mother and an older sister
Talent agency: 51k
Ghost (SBS, 2012)
Road Number One (MBC, 2010)
Cain and Abel (SBS, 2009)
U-Turn (OCN, 2008)
Sorry I Love You (KBS, 2004)
What Happened in Bali (SBS, 2004)
Thousand Years of Love (SBS, 2003)
Glass Slippers (SBS, 2002)
We Are Dating Now as Choi Kyo In (SBS, 2002)
Law Firm (SBS, 2001)
Delicious Proposal as Jang Hee Moon (MBC, 2001)
Cheers for the Women as Joon Won (SBS, 2000)
Joa Joa (SBS, 2000)
Love Story as Joon Won (SBS, 1999, story 6)
Three Guys and Three Girls (MBC, 1998, cameo)
Oh Happy Day (KBS, 1997)
Model (SBS, 1997)
A Company Man (2012)
Always / Only You (2011)
Sophie’s Revenge (2009)
Kitaro and the Millennium Curse (2008)
Movie is Movie (2008)
A Destiny (2007)
Can’t Live Without Robbery (2002)
2009 SBS Drama Awards: Top Ten Star Award (Cain and Abel)
2009 SBS Drama Awards: Male Top Excellence Award (Cain and Abel)
The 45th Baeksang Arts Awards: Best New Actor for “Rough Cut” (2009)
29th Blue Dragon Film Awards: Best New Actor for “Rough Cut” (2008)
41st Baeksang Awards: Best Actor for Sorry I Love You (2005)
KBS Drama Awards: Excellence Award for Sorry I Love You (2004)
KBS Drama Awards: Best Couple with Im Soo Jung in Sorry I Love You (2004)
KBS Drama Awards: Popularity Award for Sorry I Love You (2004)
KBS Drama Awards: Netizen Award for Sorry I Love You (2004)
40th Baeksang Awards: Most Popular Artist (2004)
SBS Drama Awards: Good Actor Award for Thousand Years of Love (2003)
SBS Drama Awards: 10 Popular Stars – Thousand Years of Love (2003)
SBS Drama Awards: New Actor Award for Joa Joa & Cheers for the Women (2000)
He completed his two-year military service on 2007-Apr-27
KBS 1TV daily drama "I'll Give You The Stars and The Moon" rated 15.4% in average on the first week, making it the lead compared to MBC "Just Like Today" (11.0%) and SBS drama "My Daughter, Flower" (14.4%).
However, reality says you can't always laugh about it. The previous "Just You" ended with 20.7% but "I'll Give You The Stars and The Moon" is into eight episodes now and hasn't been able to keep up to par with the previous drama and is being threatened by "My Daughter, Flower".
A KBS official reviewed that, "Seeing that daily dramas go on for about 6 months, it's too soon to worry about the percentage of "I'll Give You The Stars and The Moon". In the flood of strong and stimulating dramas these days, realistic and domestic drama, "I'll Give You The Stars and The Moon" will take its place as the highest rated drama and recover the reputation of daily dramas"