Watch: GOT7s Jackson Provides Shin Dong Yup an Angry Kiss at the Lips on SNL Korea

Watch: GOT7s Jackson Provides Shin Dong Yup an Angry Kiss at the Lips on SNL Korea

Watch: GOT7’s Jackson Supplies Shin Dong Yup an Angry Kiss at the Lips on “SNL Korea”ilmare42 April 9, 2016 0 LINE it!Watch: GOT7’s Jackson Gives Shin Dong Yup an Angry Kiss on the Lips on “SNL Korea” GOT7 member Jackson makes a distinct guest appearance in a are livingcaricature on the April nine episode of “SNL Korea,” which is hosted by skill of his friend and previous JYP Entertainment label mate Lee Jung Jin.

The sketch parodies Lee Jung Jin’s 2004 movie “Once Upon a Time in Top School,” which is determined in a college where the scholars have shaped violent gangs and the lecturers have any excuse to take benefit ofexcessive corporal punishment.

Lee Jung Jin, Jackson, and the show’s forgedsuperstar in the parody on “SNL Korea,” which puts a funny twist on the film’s storyline. When two scholars at the faculty get angry with one another, they face off as despite the truth that they’re about to pummel every other in a fist fight. Yetprobably the most students, Lee Jung Jin, kisses his opponent on the cheek instead!

Although the show’s target market screams in wonder and laughter, the opposite students in the magnificence react as although he’s just dealt the other student a painful blow. The fight continues to escalate with Lee Jung Jin at its middle equally Jackson can also beobservedobserving in the crowd of students.

Later on, Shin Dong Yup plays a instructor who’s about to punish Lee Jung Jin for acting out by giving him a kiss on his backside, in its place of hitting him with a baseball bat as a teacher does to a student in the film.

However, Jackson steps in and tries to forestall the “violence,” yelling at the teacher that Lee Jung Jin hasn’t done anything else wrong. When his teacher questions him angrily, Jackson takes out a couple of nunchucks. “No, you can’t,” says Lee Jung Jin, but Jackson yells, “I can’t take this anymore!”

He then leans in and gives Shin Dong Yup a kiss correct on the lips, which is adequate to knock the trainer off his feet. Watch the video below!

During the ultimate of the display as the solid and visitors say goodnight to their audience, Jackson jokes, Shin Dong Yups lips are in reality soft.

Catch more of Lee Jung Jin and the overall sketch with Jackson in April 9s episode of SNL Korea!

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Watch: Block B Stocks a Kiss in Fanfiction Scene on SNL Korea

Watch: Block B Stocks a Kiss in Fanfiction Scene on SNL Korea

Watch: Block B Stocks a Kiss in “Fanfiction” Scene on “SNL Korea”notclaira March 26, 2016 0 LINE it!Watch: Block B Shares a Kiss in “Fanfiction” Scene on “SNL Korea” On March 26, the lads of Block B seemed on “SNL Korea” and made audiences laugh with several customary skits, adding acting out an over-the-top “fanfiction” scene and enjoying a rap battle.

In the “fanfiction” drama skit, P.O and Lee Se Young play the maximum important leads, yetclash arises between Zico and P.O when it became out that Lee Se Young used to be Zico’s first love ten years ago. Nearlyall thediscussion takes position in cliched lines from dramas and fanfiction, similar to “Starting nowadays you’re my woman.”

Meanwhile, Park Kyung watches Zico crossthru heartache in the background prior to deciding to make his own circulate alongside an over-the-top kiss.

The novel ends with P.O and Lee Se Young enteringa sadtwist of fate in a motorbike.

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Eat Like A K-Pop Star: Make Bibimbap, Korea's Comfort Food And A U-KISS Favorite

Eat Like A K-Pop Star: Make Bibimbap, Korea's Comfort Food And A U-KISS Favorite

Welcome to this week"s "Eat Like a K-pop Star." It"s the weekly series where we showcase a delicious Korean specialty or something we"ve seen a K-pop star chowing down on lately and show you how to get or create some food of your own.

We"ve got two stars of this week"s show. First up: Edward Kwon, who worked his way up from dishwashing to become one of Korea"s most celebrated chefs and a self-proclaimed "Korean food ambassador" to the rest of the world.

The next star? Only one of Korea"s most famous dishes, once created for the palates of kings but is now what Kwon calls one of the country"s most accessible comfort foods. That"s right, it"s bibimbap time.

In many ways, bibimbap is Korea in one simple bowl: straightforward in ingredients and yet so complex in flavor, and easy to adapt. The dish"s birthplace is Jeonju, a Korean city about two hours south of Seoul, and the nation"s unofficial foodie capital. CNN followed Kwon on a recent trip to Jeonju and watched as he learned how to make the meal in its most traditional form.

It"s also a favorite of some of your favorite U-KISS stars:

The basics of the meal are the same nationwide. First, the rice. Kwon learned that in Jeonju, rice is cooked in a beef broth instead of water, leading to a slightly richer and tastier version of the simple grain.

Next: the veggies. Vegetables vary slightly throughout different restaurants and kitchens in Korea, but your bibimbap staples include: Korean radishes, kimchi, bean sprouts, spinach or another leafy green, green onion, carrots, shiitake mushrooms, dried seaweed, and Korean zucchini. As Chef Kwon learned in Jeonju, the most important part of the vegetable portion is that each ingredient is prepared, seasoned, and cooked separately. That means this dish can be intimidating for amateur Korean cooks, but that attention to individual flavor is what makes each bite of bibimbap come alive when it hits the mouth.

The women over at Crazy Korean Cooking have a great video on getting each vegetable ready for prime time:

Next comes the most important part: gochujang, or the red chili paste that seasons many traditional Korean dishes. It leaves mouths burning but wanting more. Many Koreans pick up a jar of this at their local market (and even outside of the country, this ingredient is becoming more mainstream, so check out your local supermarket if you"d like to try it.)

In Jeonju, though, the gochujang is just a starting point for the red paste that gives bibimbap so much of its flavor. Kwon watched as Chef Yu Inja added sesame oil, Asian pear juice, and garlic to a tasty gochujang, filling it with even more sensation.

Meat eaters add another element to their bibimbap at this point. In Jeonju, chefs chop up a high quality Korean beef and add gochujang for a seasoned beef tartar atop the rice and veggies. In other places in the country, or in fusion restaurants around the world, chefs might add a seasoned pork, grilled tofu, fresh seafood like squid or octopus, or some salty grilled beef.

Lastly: the egg. In Jeonju, this means a raw egg yolk that seeps gooey flavor into the bowl. Other restaurants fry an egg and sprinkle it with some dried seaweed, sesame seeds, or salt and pepper.

(Photo : Rachelle D.) The colorful end result usually seems too beautiful to eat. But that"s when things get interesting, and where the dish gets it"s name. The last step before eating is to bibim, (mix together, in Korean) the bap (rice) until everything is combined. The effect is a single bowl meal where each bite contains a little bit of each tasty ingredient.

Kwon noted that after he did his mixing and tasting, Jeonju"s traditional bibimbap was a richer, more complex version of the (still delicious) bibimbap that most restaurants or families whip up in the rest of the country.

Upon return to Seoul, Kwon was eager to do what so many innovators are doing in the fast-paced Korean capital right now: honoring the past while creating the future. He served a twist on bibimbap in one of his restaurants, using new food technology to design ingredients like liquid nitrogen gochujang bites and dehydrated, twice-cooked rice. He presented more as a piece of modern art than a bowl of traditional comfort food.

And yet, in a few bites, even his most traditional customers recognized the old flavors adapted in new ways. It"s one of the beauties of the dish. You can forget about a few of the veggies you don"t like or dream up a vegan version, but at the end of the day, bibimbap is bibimbap, and it"s fantastic.

If you missed Chef Kwon"s journey on CNN, you can catch up here. Let us know what you think, or if you have any other great bibimbap recipes we should know about!

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KBS" "Exploring Korea" 1st episode features U-Kiss

KBS World TV uploaded a more than half an hour video of the first episode of "Exploring Korea" featuring U-Kiss.

"Exploring Korea" is a variety program that aims to augment South Korea"s image. It features South Korean"s culture from 5,000 years ago and the most popular element from Korea---KPop.

Its episode 1 headlines "Fantastic KPop Stars: U-Kiss," "Journey in Korea: Jeju" and "Experiences of Korea: Korean Buddhist tradition."

Watch below:

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K-fit group 'Rok-Kiss' make an abs-showing and jaw-dropping debut showcase in Korea

K-fit group 'Rok-Kiss' make an abs-showing and jaw-dropping debut showcase in Korea

K-fit group 'Rok-Kiss' make an abs-showing and jaw-dropping debut showcase in Korea

Fangirls are going to have their mouth opened and jaw dropped as the K-fit (K-pop + Fitness) group Rok-Kiss has finally debuted in Korea.

On July 4, the group which is composed of health trainers hold their debut showcase at Club WAV in Seoul. As what this new and unique genre is trying to convey, the trainers incorporated some workout routines in their choreography during their debut showcase baring their chocolate-toned abs and fit body.

Rok-Kiss have already been active in Japan for two years and now they are trying out this combination of style to Kpop fans. Are you anticipating this group?

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Ticket Sales For Myanmar's Korea Music Festival Delayed 2 Weeks Due To Pricing Problems: Sistar, ZE:A, U-Kiss Scheduled To Appear

Ticket Sales For Myanmar's Korea Music Festival Delayed 2 Weeks Due To Pricing Problems: Sistar, ZE:A, U-Kiss Scheduled To Appear

Ticket Sales For Myanmar's Korea Music Festival Delayed 2 Weeks Due To Pricing Problems: Sistar, ZE:A, U-Kiss Scheduled To Appear (Photo : Courtesy of the official ZE:A Facebook page) Ticket sales for Myanmar"s Korea Music Festival in the city of Yangon have been delayed by two weeks, reportedly due to disputes over pricing.

The K-pop concert, billed as the first ever in the country, is slated to take place Feb. 8.

The planned lineup includes the groups Sistar, After School, ZE:A and U-Kiss as well as the actor Song II Kook.

The promoter of the Korea Music Festival, Pee Paw of Pee Paw Entertainment told the news outlet Eleven Myanmar that all ticket issues will be all resolved by Saturday, when the tickets, originally advertised as going on sale Jan. 11, will finally be available for purchase.

"We will make an official announcement for the Korea Music Festival"s ticket prices after Jan. 25," Pee said.

"We are still negotiating the prices. They will be reasonable prices, as there are high expectations among the fans."

The promoter also cautioned against buying any tickets offered before he had made the official announcement, adding that the ticket prices being posted online were not accurate.

Many fans are interested in this Korea Music Festival," Paw told the news outlet Eleven Myanmar. "I heard that tickets have been sold for this concert. These tickets are not real."

Tickets for the event do not officially go on sale until Saturday.

"We will only sell the tickets after January 11," Paw said. "Fans can only go inside with the real tickets so they need to be aware of fake tickets."

According to the publication Shanghai Daily, concert security will be tightened for the event.

"We have been planning to hold this Korea Music Festival for a long time now," Paw said.

Doors open for the Korea Music Festival at Yangon"s Thuwunna Stadium at 6:30 p.m.

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New York Post Calls U-KISS Rapper AJ 'Korea's Justin Bieber' In Profile Of His Academic Pursuits At Columbia University

New York Post Calls U-KISS Rapper AJ 'Korea's Justin Bieber' In Profile Of His Academic Pursuits At Columbia University

New York Post Calls U-KISS Rapper AJ Koreas Justin Bieber In Profile Of His Academic Pursuits At Columbia University (Photo : Facebook)

When most fans of the K-pop boy band U-KISS think of rapper Kim "AJ" Jae Seop, Ivy League is probably not the first thing that comes to mind.

Yet that could change for residents of Kim's new residence, the Big Apple, as local daily newspaper the New York Post profiled AJ on Wednesday, in an article focusing on the singer's academic pursuits at Columbia University in Harlem.

According to Post reporter Gregory Miller, at the height of U-KISS's success, AJ was growing increasingly disappointed in himself that he had ditched school for the band, so he hired a private tutor and earned his GED.

"Although I did not receive a normal education like other students, I have been able to prove that I can compete with the best of them, taking control of my future," said the 22-year-old K-pop star-turned-Ivy Leaguer.

Though currently in the midst of a three-show tour with U-KISS which includes a show on New Year's Day at San Francisco's Warfield Theater, a performance at New York City's Best Buy Theater on Thursday and a date at LA's Club Nokia Theatre on Tuesday, when AJ's winter break concludes, he will return to Columbia, where he is pursuing a psychology major.

AJ's U-KISS bandmate Kevin Woo believes it is a perfect fallback career path for the rapper.

"There's no reason for him not to be [a psychologist]," Woo said. "He can really tell what someone is thinking."

But AJ, who the Post article compares to both Justin Bieber and Miley Cyrus's "Hannah Montana" TV alter ego, admits going from being a celebrity in Korea to a virtual nobody in the US was not an easy pill to swallow.

"In Korea and Japan, when the members of U-KISS go outside, they're pretty much recognized. U-KISS is pretty famous," he said. "When I came here for school, no one recognized me."

"The pro is that I can experience the best of both worlds, but the con would be the confusion," he added.

"I am kind of confused on my identity. But since I chose this life, though it is difficult, I have to deal with it."

Yet in his first semester of college, just when he felt completely anonymous in New York City, AJ was reminded of U-KISS's international reach when he ventured downtown to the enclave of Korean restaurants and markets on 31st Street in Manhattan known as Koreatown.

"Since I missed Korean food desperately, I went down to Koreatown by myself, and one night after I had a dinner, there was one person [who told me] 'I'm a KissMe!'" AJ recalled.

KissMe is the self-declared nickname for U-KISS fans.

"That was the first time someone in New York recognized me as a singer," he said. "I took a picture with her."

And despite all the confusion, AJ is having fun making new friends at Columbia who don't know anything about his other life onstage.

"I want them to know me as a person," he said.

New York Post Calls U-KISS Rapper AJ Koreas Justin Bieber In Profile Of His Academic Pursuits At Columbia University (Photo : Facebook)

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Promoters For Myanmar's Korea Music Festival Report Scams Days Before Tickets Go On Sale: Concert To Include Sistar, U-KISS

Promoters For Myanmar's Korea Music Festival Report Scams Days Before Tickets Go On Sale: Concert To Include Sistar, U-KISS

Promoters For Myanmars Korea Music Festival Report Scams Days Before Tickets Go On Sale: Concert To Include Sistar, U-KISS (Photo : Facebook)K-pop fans in Myanmar are so excited for the Korea Music Festival, scheduled to be held on Feb. 8 in the city of Yangon, that they are snatching up tickets before they have even gone on sale, according to promoter Pee Paw of Pee Paw Entertainment.

The Korea Music Festival bill is scheduled to include K-pop groups Sistar, U-KISS, ZE:A and After School.

"Many fans are interested in this Korea Music Festival," Paw told the news outlet Eleven Myanmar. "I heard that tickets have been sold for this concert. These tickets are not real."

Tickets for the event do not officially go on sale until Saturday.

"We will only sell the tickets after January 11," Paw said. "Fans can only go inside with the real tickets so they need to be aware of fake tickets."

South Korean actor Song Il Kook will also appear at the Korea Music Festival, to be held at Yangon's National Theatre. He has reportedly already visited Myanmar in the past for the Korean Film Festival, which has been held in Yangon since 1998.

According to the publication Shanghai Daily, concert security will be tightened for the event.

"We have been planning to hold this Korea Music Festival for a long time now," Paw said.

"We selected the Korean celebrities that Myanmar fans are already familiar with. The actor who is known as Jumong in Myanmar [Song Il Kook] and Korean idol groups including the famous girl group Sistar will be performing in this festival. All of them are young singers. I believe Myanmar fans will like them as they are already familiar with these singers who have unique choreography and songs."

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KPOP fans react to EXO, U-Kiss, B.A.P., Boyfriend & SISTAR nomination for MTV EMA Best Korea Act!

KPOP fans react to EXO, U-Kiss, B.A.P., Boyfriend & SISTAR nomination for MTV EMA Best Korea Act!

KPOP fans react to EXO, U-Kiss, B.A.P., BoyfriendSISTAR nomination for MTV EMA Best Korea Act!

On September 17, 2013 MTV EMA (MTV Europe Music Award), the world's annual music awards show, revealed the list of nominees from all over the world including it's Worlwide Act.

Fans of KPOP will surely be proud as B.A.P, Boyfriend, EXO, Sistar and U-Kiss are nominated in Best Korea Act category. Though fans have mixed reactions towards the list of nominees, respective fans of each groups are working hard to promote and vote for their favorite group.

The winner from each act will move to the next voting stage which will start on October 25 and will compete for the regional title. 10 winners from worldwide act nominees from different region will be revealed on November 1 and will battle it out for Worldwide Act award. The announcement of winner will be on November 10.

For Best Korea Act, you can vote HERE.

Meanwhile, The "2013 MTV EMA" will air on MTV channels on November 10th at 9:00PM CET* staright from Ziggo Dome in Amsterdam.

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Former U-KISS Member Kibum to Release Album in Korea after His Success in Japan

Former U-KISS Member Kibum to Release Album in Korea after His Success in Japan

Former U-KISS member Kibum has hit gold in Japan, bringing on sales of over 10 billion won with his kimchi and cosmetics commercials.

Former U-KISS Member Kibum to Release Album in Korea after His Success in Japan

Kibum′s agency Professional told enews through an official press release on March 15 that "Kibum scored 10 billion won′s worth of sales with his cosmetics and kimchi commercials."

The singer was able to score such a success thanks to his steady stream of promotions in Japan. Since he left U-KISS in 2011, Kibum has been active in Japan under the name Allen Kibum.

A rep from Professional said, "Kibum wished to perform in live performances every week and promote his albums in Japan in order to mature in music after his departure from U-KiSS. He has deliberately avoided being exposed to the press until he believed he was ready as a solo singer."

"Kibum plans to return to Korea soon," the rep said. "He will be releasing his first solo album Longing in April under the name Allen Kibum."

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