“Running Man” guest Kim Ji Hoon and Running Man member Song Ji Hyo played a piano battle.
On the most recent episode of the popular SBS entertainment program “Running Man,” which aired on October 26, 2014, Kim Ji Hoon of the popular drama “Here I Come, Jang Bo Ri” made his appearance as a guest. On this day”s episode, the “Running Man” members, Yoo Jae Suk, Gary, Haha, Ji Suk Jin, Kim Jong Kook, Lee Kwang Soo and Song Ji Hyo, transformed into musicians for the “Running Concurs Competition.” “Running Man” guest Kim Ji Hoon changed into a genius pianist and played a duet with Song Ji Hyo. His “piano battle” with Song Ji Hyo impressed the audiences, but his comical body expressions made audiences laugh. In related news, the SBS entertainment program “Running Man” is one of the oldest and widely popular weekend shows in Korea, along with “Infinite Challenge” and “1 Night 2 Days.” The “Running Man” members, Yoo Jae Suk, Gary, Haha, Ji Suk Jin, Kim Jong Kook, Lee Kwang Soo and Song Ji Hyo, play missions with guests of the weekend. It airs every Sunday night....
Joo Won is an actor known for taking on challenging roles. He aced the shuffling gait of the genius doctor with Asperger”s syndrome in “Good Doctor.” He mastered the action scenes when he played the reluctant freedom fighter in “Bridal Mask.” In the last few years he has taken on the Patrick Swayze role in the musical version of “Ghost,” played a special agent in “Level 7 Civil Servant” and now stars as a newly converted fashionista in “Fashion King.”...
Juniel uploads a video of herself singing to her latest hit song “I Think I”m In Love” on her official Youtube channel.
Check out Juniel”s amazing performance below:
With only a few weeks before the drama”s release, actors Joo Won and Shim Eun Kyung are giving their all for their upcoming romantic-comedy “Tomorrow Cantabile.”
On September 30, some behind-the-scenes photos of Joo Won playing the piano were released, showing the actor working hard while he is practicing.
As his character Cha Yoo Jin is known as a perfectionist with whatever he does, Joo Won is training hard to learn how to play the piano and violin like a professional....
KBS” upcoming Korean drama adaptation of popular Japanese manga “Nodame Cantabile” has released new still cuts of its male protagonist actor Joo Won who will play the role as Cha Yoo Jin.
In the still cuts, Joo Won is looking gorgeous in white longsleeves in front of a piano. His role, Yoo Jin, is an aspiring conductor who has an arrogant and perfectionist personality. He will deal with a clumsy but genius pianist Seol Naeil played by actress Shim Eun Kyung.
Meanwhile, the drama airs on October 13 taking over the KBS2 Mon & Tue 21:55 time slot occupied by “Discovery of Love”....
Juniel who makes her return with 1st single album today also follows up a piano version of “I Think I”m In Love” and its MV making.
Not only her appearance is cute and lovely, but her voice is soft and sweet as well. Check out her skillful piano skills below while enjoying the BTS of her MV.
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South Korea is not well known for tattoos, as a conservative country overall. However, there’s a growing scene amongst idols as well as the younger generation in Korea to get tattoos. Check out our list of 7 Idols Breaking The South Korean Mold With Tattoos!
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Last time we took a look at some male idols and their tattoos. This time, let”s take a look at their female counterparts and what these ladies chose to permanently etch on their bodies.
Brown Eyed Girls” Narsha
Narsha has four tattoos. She has a star on her right wrist, two feathers on the left top corner of her back, a Treble and Bass clef tattoo on her right foot, and some words on her right ankle.
miss A”s Jia
The youth-centered K-pop market is constantly searching for the next big thing. Young people in this scene get easily bored with the tried and true, and for this reason, they”re usually the agents that soak up Western attitudes and unique fashion trends and bring it back to Korea. One of the most interesting of said trends is the attitude toward tattoos.
In Korea, tattoos have long been considered taboo and people take care to keep them hidden in public. But nowadays, idols” acceptance of tattoos reflects a liberalization of Korea”s mainstream culture. With their appearances on broadcasts in all their tatted glory, idols are challenging the market to keep up with the pace of an increasingly dynamic youth who don”t care so much for conservative taboo. ...