While it is very common for girls to show off their long hairstyle or a cute bob cut, it is slightly less common, especially nowadays, to see men pull off the long “do, usually opting for a more clean-cut appearance. Still, there are more than a handful of male idols who caught fans” attention with their long hair, but this does not necessarily mean positive attention. Check out the polls below and pick whether you prefer these male idols with their long or short hairdos.
A lot of idols have to go through constant hair changes, some drastic ones including black to blonde and of course, long to short! Here are a few female idols who perfectly pull off both long and short hairstyles, but which do you think is better? You can choose in each of the polls below, but there is no doubt in anyone”s mind that these girls can rock any “do they please.
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BoA releases the short PV for her upcoming new Japanese single “FLY”.
The single album is self-produced by BoA showcasing her skills as songwriter. It will be released on December 3. Also check out the jacket photos below:
Male group High4 impressed with their amazing dancing skills on Idol School, check out their performances below:
In the world of K-Pop, even male idols rock the ponytail sometime in their career, usually showing off their feminine facial features that make fans swoon or somehow making even that look extremely masculine. Some male idols look very stoic and cool like samurais while others look so cute and pretty like dolls.
Check out these five male idols below and decide for yourself whether they look better with an up do!
This edition of the poll for idol hairstyles addresses the ever hair up or hair down question! Should I put my hair up to show my face shape more clearly or should I leave it down for a softer and more feminine look? Should I showcase a cute and athletic ponytail that swings back and forth or put my hair up in a classy bun?
Check out these idols with and without an up do and decide which one accentuates their facial features better!
Actress Baek Jin Hee admitted that she cut her hair short for the first time ever for her latest drama “Pride and Prejudice.”
During the interview shown on the October 26 broadcast of “Section TV,” the main actors of “Pride and Prejudice” were asked about their preparations for the latest MBC drama.
When asked what she did to get ready for her role in the drama, Baek Jin Hee replied, “For the drama, I cut my hair short for the first time. I hope it becomes the ‘Han Yeol Moo (name of her character in the drama) Hair.’” ...
The 20-minute short film “A Rose Reborn” directed by Park Chan-wook was unveiled at the closing ceremony of the Shanghai Fashion Week on Wednesday. The film, having three episodes plus the finale, is a global collaboration between Park and the Italian luxury brand Ermenegildo Zegna.British actor Jack Huston and California-born Hong Kong actor Daniel Wu starred in the film, wearing costumes made by the luxury label.Park, at a reception after the premier, said “I worked with global stars like Nicole Kidman and Mia Wasikowska and crew while shooting “Stoker”, so I thought it might not be that difficult, but I was wrong. Especially putting the final touches to a film with the crew scattered in Rome, London, Milan, Los Angeles and Seoul was quite hard”.Zegna, a luxury brand that makes custom-made suits favored by tycoons and stars, wanted to make a film that would appeal to adventurous young people.Zenga approached Park through Luca Guadanino, an Italian filmmaker, and entrusted him with everything from scriptwriting to filming. “I gladly accepted the proposal as I figured it would be a great opportunity to make a “elegant” film”, Park said. “As soon as I decided to collaborate, I watched video clips of Zegna fashion shows for inspiration”, he recalls.”A Rose Reborn” can be watched on Zegna”s website or the film”s official website www.arose-reborn.com. ...
Promoting a non-dance track this time, Super Junior take on a challenge by singing a short part of their song “This Is Love” in acapella.
While the vocal line is effortlessly doing their job, the rest of the members are also making it entertaining as possible doing random rap, flawlessly lypsyncing and more. A 25secs clip can never be boring once Super Junior are featured on it.
Daesung (D-Lite) revealed the short music video for his Japanese track “Shut Up“.
“Shut Up” is a track from his upcoming album “D-LIGHT“, which also includes his song “Look At Me Gwisoon“. YG Entertainment previously said, “To commemorate the season of year-end parties, Daesung will be releasing mini-album “D-LIGHT” on October 29. Compiled in the album will be the Japanese versions of all songs, including nine versions of a total of four songs of which there are three new enka (trot) songs.” In addition, a DVD covering his solo arena tour, “D-LITE DLive 2014 in Japan ~D”slove~,” will be released before the mini-album on October 22. ...