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In order to get rid of her negative image as a celebrity who was given preferential treatment in college admission, Chun Song Yi (Jun Ji Hyun) agrees to film a show titled “Chun Song Yi Special” documenting twenty-four hours of her personal life. The manager and filming crew are puzzled by her ignorant comments and random behavior. Chun Song Yi gets embarrassed in front of the other students when she receives a zero on her paper from college professor Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun), and suddenly disappears in the midst of filming…
Chun Song Yi: What kind of special?
Stylist: A “Chun Song Yi Special.”
Chun Song Yi: I’m a star when I’m outside, but I’m just a normal student on campus
Behind-the-scenes stills of “Empress Ki” filming at a banquet hall were recently revealed.
The December 10 episode of MBC’s “Empress Ki” showed Wang Yoo’s (Joo Jin Mo) return to the Yuan palace and a celebratory banquet for their victory.
The banquet scene featured all of the stars of “Empress Ki,” including Joo Jin Mo, Ha Ji Won, Ji Chang Wook, Jo Jae Yoon, Baek Jin Hee, Kim Seo Hyung, Jin Yi Han, and Yoon Ah Jung, among others. Having filmed separately for a long time, the scene was a chance for the stars to get together again on set. The actors who stay in the palace and the soldier actors were all really happy to see each other for the first time in a while, and the set was just full of smiles and a happy energy, all throughout the late filming
The English version of 10 Korean novels, part of the Library of Korean Literature collection, has been spreading the word about Korean literature in the United States and across the English-speaking world. The Literature Translation Institute of Korea translated the novels into English and published the collection last October in the U.S.
The series consists of ten works by Korean contemporary and up-and-coming authors: "Stingray" by Kim Joo-young; "One Spoon on This Earth" by Hyun Ki-young; "When Adam Opens his Eyes" by Jang Jung-il; "My Son's Girlfriend" by Jung Mi-Kyung; "A Most Ambiguous Sunday" by Jung Young-moon; "The House With a Sunken Courtyard" by Kim Won-il; "At Least We Can Apologize" by Lee Ki-ho; "The Soil" by Yi Kwang-su; "Lonesome You" by Park Wan-suh; and, "No One Writes Back" by Jang Eun-jin
Actor Kang Ha Neul, perhaps more familiar to many as Lee Hyo Shin on “The Heirs,” transformed into a sexy guy in the December issue of Campus Ten magazine.
He pulled off the smoky eye make-up and displayed various facial expressions and poses earning him many praises from the staff on set of the photo shoot.
Kang Ha Neul was asked what kind of girl was his type aside from his character on the drama who has a crush on his tutor Jeon Hyun Joo (Lim Joo Eun) and is also forming a love line with Yoo Rachel (Kim Ji Won). He answered, “I’ve only been attracted to older women. My idea of a ideal woman is someone who loves her dreams more than men.”
He also spilled the beans about his past and how he used to weight 100kg in high school. He gave some tips about maintaining a healthy figure like an expert
Kim Hyun Joong is looking tough and macho as street fighter Shin JungTae in the newest stills for his upcoming drama "Age of Feeling."
In real life he's the same guy he always was. He still has a greatsense of humor, likes to read mangas and plays soccer, but his image asan idol and actor has undergone some serious readjustment.
The 28-year-old actor is no longer sending out the flower boy vibesthat he exuded in his first acting role, as the sensitive Yoon Ji Hoo in"Boys Over Flowers." That character had long locks of hair andfrequently disappeared to play romantic music on the violin.
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When Kim Soo Hyun was discussing the love story in his new drama "ManFrom the Stars," he talked about how his character Do Min Joon waited400 years to fall in love.
Why the long wait? It was a matter of fate.
His character was an alien who fell to earth in the Joseon era butdoes not know the meaning of love. He figures he was never meant toexperience the emotion until he falls for a movie star played by Jeon JiHyun.
"If there's a reason to meet, don't you think it will happen," he says. "It's what people on earth call fate."
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New character posters for the upcoming KBS drama “Age of Feeling” has been revealed.
Actors Kim Hyun Joong, Lim Soo Hyang, Jin Se Yeon, Kim Gab Soo, and the other members of the cast bring the 1930s to life as their characters in the drama. In his photo Kim Soo Hyun looks more than fitting for his tough street fighter character with his distrustful gaze and fresh fight wounds. Lim Soo Hyang is a mysterious geisha, who can charm men with her charisma and sexy allure. In contrast, Jin Se Yeon plays an aspiring singer who is as sweet and pure as her peach colored dress. Below them in the photos, Kim Gab Soo is the fierce and unyielding leader of a yakuza clan.
A staff member of the drama praised the actors for the posters
The production team of the upcoming KBS 2TV drama 'Generation of Feeling' released photos from its script reading.
Lim Soo Hyang(casting as Gaya), Kim Hyun Joong(casting as Jung Tae), Jin Se Yeon(casting as Ok Ryeon), Lee Chul Min(casting as Bul Gom), Cho Dong Hyuk(casting as Shinyichi), Yang Ik Jun(casting as Bong Shik), Cho Dal Hwan(casting as Pung Cha), Yoon Hyun Min(casting as Aoki), Um Tae Gu(casting as Dokku), and Kwak Dong Yeon(casting as young Jung Tae) attended the script reading.
'Generation of Feeling' is set to premiere on January 2014.
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Joo Won plays the handsome police profiler Tae-ho in the romantic comedy "Catch Me", which also stars Kim Ah-joong as vixen burglar Jin-sook. (Photo provided by Lotte Entertainment)
Just in time for the Christmas holidays, two of Hallyu's biggest names, Joo Won and Kim Ah-joong, are set to treat their fans by taking on their sexiest roles yet in "Catch Me". Directed by Lee Hyun-jong, the film portrays Joo, who plays the handsome police profiler Tae-ho with enough charisma to make any criminal swoon. Then there's Kim as vixen burglar Jin-sook - who goes by Sook-ja - who can just as easily swipe a security badge from a guard as she can scale a high-rise building to steal expensive artwork, all without a trace.
But because one kink is never enough in a rom-com, another twist is thrown into the bag for good measure - in this case, history