Keyword: Latest Korean Drama For 2013
Written by Korean Class Massive in Special Report
The Terracotta Far East Film Festival 2013 saw one of Korea's biggest film directors, Ryoo Seung-wan, pay us a visit to introduce his smash hit, "The Berlin File" and also treat UK fans to a masterclass. Known as 'the Action Kid', Ryoo Seung-wan is master of all things high-adrenaline and suspense-filled and have been wowing crowds with his dramatic and fast paced films for over a decade now. His latest film, "The Berlin File", has not only been smashing the box office in South Korea, but making waves across the globe too. This year, the Terracotta Festival team has not only brought us his latest release, but also a chance to speak to the super cool and charismatic director as well; a prime opportunity for film fans and budding film directors to learn from the master
Contemporary Korean R&B/hip-hop trio One Way are back once again with their latest single “Would You Be,” as recently released on their official YouTube channel onewayonesound.
For those of you who may be unfamiliar with this group, One Way debuted in March 2010 with their first promotional single “Magic.” Members Peter Hyun and Joe Young (also known as Youngsky) met in high school in Sydney, Australia. When Joe moved to L.A. some times later, he met Michael Jung, who many know now as Chance. Using their fluency in both Korean and English as well as their western musical influences, the three came together to form One Way and engineer their staple “one way sound
Idoldom and SNS can sometimes be a bad mix, but that hasn’t stopped idols from getting more and more involved on various social media platforms, much to their fans’ delight. With Taeyeon‘s Instagram being the latest notable addition to the plethora of idol accounts out there for fans’ perusal, we asked our writers: what is your experience of Hallyu stars on SNS? Which platforms? How about translations? Who is(are) your favourite idol(s) to follow?
Gaya: I used to follow ALL the K-pop idols on Twitter, until I remembered that I don’t understand Korean. My feed would be a constant stream of Hangul I could string together but couldn’t even begin to comprehend — save for “ke,” of course
Park Shin Hye
In mid-March of 2013, almost immediately after wrapping up her latest drama "Flower Boy Next Door", Korean actress Park Shin Hye came to the Philippines for her "Park Shin Hye Manila Fanmeeting" held on March 16th at Star Theater, CCP Complex.
Prior to the fan meeting, Park Shin Hye met with the Philippine press, who were amazed at her graciousness and beauty.Gaining popularity through her work on hit Korean drama series "You're Beautiful", "Heartstrings" and "Flower Boy Next Door", Shin Hye has established a solid fan base and is embarking on a fan meeting tour, which is the first ever for a Korean actress.
As the Hallyu actress entered the hall, all the press were amazed and surprised at how Park Shin Hye is beautiful and shining. She was wearing a white cocktail dress matching her green shoes
High school — just the phrase alone brings back memories of intense happiness, youth, first love, heartbreak, and a plethora of other emotions — is a common setting for Korean dramas. The ups and downs of a high school student’s life are relevant to the students in the audience, and sweetly nostalgic for the slightly older watchers. KBS‘s new drama, School 2013, brings to light typical issues teenagers deal with today at school, such as the challenge of getting good grades, bullies who just won’t back down no matter what you do, nosy teachers, and the overwhelming desire to fit in with the rest of their peers in a fresh and straightforward fashion with no frills. While the K-drama scene has seen plenty of high school-centric dramas before, it takes a lot of factors for one to really stand out