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Contestant Jung Jin Woo Wows All Judges with Self-Composed Song on “K-Pop Star”

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Contestant Jung Jin Woo Wows All Judges with Self-Composed Song on “K-Pop Star” Contestant Jung Jin Woo passes his audition after receiving many compliments from the judges.

On the November 22 broadcast of SBS’s “K-Pop Star,” contestant Jung Jin Woo sings his self-composed song, ‘Satellite.’ Jung Jin Woo had in the past auditioned for the display back in the 3rd season.

YG’s Yang Hyun Suk, JYP’s Park Jin Young, and Antenna’s Yoo Hee Yeol all press the “pass” button even ahead of the song has ended.

Yang Hyun Suk says, “This is the artist that can be ready to apply the footsteps of Zion.T and Hyukoh.” Yoo Hee Yeol also says, “Sign a freelance with me.” Finally, Park Jin Young says, “You wrote the melody of the song well. This type of melody will be very popular. There is not anything to educate or fix about your singing.”

You can watch “K-Pop Star” when it airs each Sunday at 4:50 p.m. KST. Watch the clip of his audition below.

Also take a glance at his outdated functionality from season three.

Suzy Has Yet to discuss Co-Star Kim Woo Bin With Boyfriend Lee Min Ho

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Suzy Has Yet to speak About Co-Star Kim Woo Bin With Boyfriend Lee Min Ho miss A‘s Suzy says she has yet to obtain guidelines referring to acting with her upcoming co-star Kim Woo Bin from her boyfriend Lee Min Ho.

On November 19, the idol sat down for an interview with media outlet day by skill of day Sports to speak about her profession and advertise her newest film “The Sound of a Flower” which is determined to premiere this month.

After it was showed last August that she can be starring along Kim Woo Bin in a new romantic drama, many of Suzy’s lovers were wondering about Lee Min Ho’s reaction to the news. the pinnacle male stars played lead roles in the 2013 drama “The Heirs.”

When asked if Lee Min Ho has given her any tricks for acting with Kim Woo Bin, Suzy said, “We haven’t discussed that yet.”

“We haven’t began filming the drama yet,” she explained, and stated she is lately getting to understand her character, “I’m slowly beginning to arrange for my role.” She could be gambling a documentary producer with a robust sense of justice, who later comes to stand the unpleasant reality about the world.

Entitled “Uncontrollably Fond,” the drama is expected to premiere in early 2016.

Super Junior′s Choi Siwon to mention ultimate Farewell Via ′Radio Star′

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Super Junior′s Choi Siwon to mention ultimate Farewell Via ′Radio Star′

--> Super Junior′s Choi Siwon will say his ultimate farewell sooner than heading to the military thru MBC′s Radio Star.

The November 18 broadcast of MBC′s Radio Star will feature an ′I′m sorry′ special. Kim Sang Hyuk, Mina, Lee Sang Hoon and Lee Min Woong are set to look at the show, where Lee Sang Hoon reportedly called Choi Siwon throughout the recording.

Lee Sang Hoon, who made a cameo appearance on MBC′s She used to be Pretty, is with regards to Choi Siwon or even garnered hobby for bearing a striking resemblance to the tremendous Junior member.

Many are occupied with Choi Siwon′s reaction to Lee Sang Hoon′s telephone call. Choi Siwon replied the call without hesitation, in spite of it being an early morning recording, and stated his last farewell to audience forward of his enlistment on November 19.

The ′I′m sorry′ special of Radio Star will air on November 18 at 11:10 p.m. KST.

Lee Dong Hwi puts a damper on 'Reply 1988' co-star Move Kyung Pyo's party

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Lee Dong Hwi puts a damper on 'Reply 1988' co-star Move Kyung Pyo's party

Lee Dong Hwi"s hilarious, "preachy" remark on "Reply 1988" co-star Go Kyung Pyo"s fresh pictorial is drawing much laughter!

Go Kyung Pyo shared an image from his recent "CeCi" photo shoot on Instagram, appearing him puffing on a cigarette with an air of elegance and arrogance. whilst many fanatics raved about how good-looking and cool Go Kyung Pyo looked in the photo, Lee Dong Hwi put a damper at the celebration with his long caution on the unfavorable fitness effects of smoking.

He commented, "Smoking is the largest reason of lung cancer and the culprit of ruining your health," gravely(?) warning his co-star on the entire negative aspect effects of nicotine and the risks of breathing in second-hand smoke.

Netizens, who stumbled on Lee Dong Hwi"s hilariously morbid comment, couldn"t grasp in their laughter at the 2 actors who poke a laugh at each and every other even off the set. I believe I smell a bromance in the works here.

“Star King” in Talks for a 2d Season

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“Star King” in Talks for a moment Season SBS and Kang Ho Dong are in talks for a new season of “Star King.”

On November 16, a SBS representative told OSEN news, “Though it's far true we are talking about a second season of ‘Star King,’ not anything has yet been determined in regards to the first airing date or time.”

Kang Ho Dong’s representatives also noted that they are these days negotiating and nothing is confirmed.

Previously, a other source quoted a media insider reporting that the second one season of “Star King” would start filming on December 1 and air beginning in January 2016.

“Star King” first aired on January 13, 2007 and has won the affection of audience for 8 years. However, the display started a long spoil beginning in August so as to renovate the layout of the show, though it in brief returned to the screen as “NEW Superstar King” for a Chuseok special.

Jessica Jung Wishes Fellow Former SM Entertainment Star Kris A Happy Birthday

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Jessica Jung Wishes Fellow Former SM Entertainment Star Kris A Happy Birthday

(Photo : Facebook and KpopStarz) Jessica Jung is keeping in touch with another one of SM Entertainment"s former stars, Kris Wu (Wu Yi Fan) and recently wished him a happy birthday.

The former Girls" Generation member Jung sent the former EXO member Kris birthday wishes via Weibo.

The Star Reveals More Photos From Twice's Debut Fashion Pictorial

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The Star Reveals More Photos From Twice's Debut Fashion Pictorial

JYP Entertainment rookie girl group Twice got festive for the November issue of The Star. The idols looked lovely in nautical-themed sweatshirts, striped dresses, plaid skirts, and super tall heels while posing with balloons and shopping bags.

Meanwhile, all of the girls" accessories were by Korean brand Red CETTU. Since each member is known for their distinct personalities and "colors," each one modeled a different pastel shade of the "Mini Kelly" bag. All of them had a different interpretation of the bag: some had a casual approach and draped it across their shoulders and others treated it as a more chic, hand-held accessory.

The tote has a top handle, detachable crossbody strap and a silver turning lock with the brand"s emblem. The green version can be seen below and can be yours HERE. To shop for the rest of the colors, click here!

According to the magazine, "The exclusive photoshoot was meaningful because it took place three days ahead of the group"s debut showcase."

During the accompanying interview, the group was asked about future aspirations. Sana, who is originally from Osaka, revealed, "So that my parents can come to Korea from Japan, I want to buy plane tickets for them."

In other fashion news, Twice recently had a girls night out for the November issue of Elle.

About the Author: Elsa is the founder, head writer, and editor of In her website, she covers K-pop celebrity style, Korean actress beauty trends, red carpet appearances and Seoul Fashion Week news.

EXO releases teaser for 'Lightsaber,' a collaboration assignment with 'Star Wars'

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EXO releases teaser for 'Lightsaber,' a collaboration assignment with 'Star Wars'

Internationally stated idol crew EXO has reported to be taking part with "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" and have released the teaser video for their upcoming project track, "Lightsaber"!

According to the reports, SM Entertainment has showed that the men of EXO might be performing in a promotional music video of the approaching film. "Lightsaber" could also be published to be a virtual single.

Meanwhile, the recent "Star Wars" film is scheduled to premiere in Korean theaters on December 17 whilst lovers can be expecting the electronic unmarried "Lightsaber" to liberate ahead of the premiere.

Check out the teaser video above!

EXO Gets You Hyped for “Star Wars” With “Lightsaber” Teaser

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EXO Gets You Hyped for “Star Wars” With “Lightsaber” Teaser EXO has dropped the primary teaser for their exciting collaboration with “Star Wars: The Force Awakens”!

As prior to now announced, EXO is set to drop a unmarried entitled “Lightsaber” and a special film to advertise the movie forward of its unlock in Korea. The first video teaser for the collaboration project was released on November nine in the dead of night KST.

Based at the teaser, “Lightsaber” might be an upbeat electronic track with either epic rap breaks and welcoming vocals. The impeccably filmed video features members Kai, Sehun, and Baekhyun, who seem like getting able for an intense lightsaber battle, naturally encouraged via the movie.

SM Entertainment and Walt Disney will reportedly collaborate for further projects associated with the approaching “Star Wars” film which will open in Korean theaters on December 17.

Check out the teaser below!

'Office' Star Go Ah Sung And Director Hong Won Chan Kick Off The NY Korean Film Festival

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Director Hong Won Chan and actress Go Ah Sung at the (Photo : Jean Libert for KDramaStars ) On November 6, Subway Cinema and The Korea Society ushed in the Opening Night at the Museum of the Moving Picture in Astoria.

Actress Go Ah Sung (Heard it from the Grapevine, Snowpiercer) and director Hong Won Chan (The Chaser) were present for the Opening Night screening of the psychological thriller, "Office," which kicked off the 13th New York Korean Film Festival.

Go Ah Sung at the (Photo : Jean Libert for KDramaStars ) "Office" is a chilling film, set within the sterile halls of a Korean office building, populated by ruthless salarymen and women who are struggling to maintain their place within the heirarchy.

Bae Seong Woo is Manager Kim, a hapless member of middle management who entertains dreams of advancement. When he is fired, he goes home and slaughters his entire family, before returning to the workplace.

Go Ah Sung is Lee Mi Rae, a country bumpkin intern, who wants to assimilate into the fast-paced life of Seoul office work. When news of Manager Kim reaches Mi Rae, it sets her onto a course where she is plagued by thoughts of extracting revenge against the full-time employees that make her life miserable and contributed to the downfall of Manager Kim.

"Office" marks the directorial debut of Hong Won Chan, whose previous work is based extensively in adaptations of real-life crimes.

Director Hong Won Chan and actress Go Ah Sung at the (Photo : Jean Libert for KDramaStars )

Go Ah Sung at the (Photo : Jean Libert for KDramaStars )

The screening was followed by a conversation with the talented actress and the director.Samuel Jamier, the executive director of Subway Cinema, served as the moderator the question and answer session.

When I first received the screenplay, I was worried after first, because I knew that it wouldnt be an easy role and that it would be taxing, said Go. As an actor, I felt like it would be great to play such a three-dimensional character. After seeing that, I didnt hesitate in saying yes.

Go was then questioned about her motivation for the role and whether she visited local Korean offices to learn more about workplace culture. Jamier referenced a common practice in Hollywood filmmaking where method actors find build their characters on the basis of real-life events or people.

I was actually really lucky, said Go. Around the time I started working on this project, all my friends from college were interning at some place or another. So, as an actor, it was great to have my friends points about the characters. I would go to their offices and make copies or do whatever interns do.

She mused on whether her ability to briefly work within an office actually served as a basis for her portrayal of Mi Rye.

But I dont know if thats what actually helped me figure out how to the find the character because, it wasnt really much about the appearance or the outside factors of what she did, said Go. I think it was more about delving through sense of inferiority and her sense of low self esteem. So I think the focus on that was more helpful.

Go Ah Sung at the (Photo : Jean Libert for KDramaStars ) Director Hong was asked about the origin of the name Mi Rae, which means future in Korean.

There it was a bit of an intentional thing [in the naming of Mi Rae], said Go. The producer, who also wrote the original screenplay, told me that she named the intern Mi Rae with that intention in mind. I did think that the name had more significance, afterwards.

Hong previously worked on adaptations of true crimes with credits including, The Chaser. Jamier asked Hong what aspects of crime interested him and why he made his directorial debut through a film like, Office, which many consider to be more of a horror movie than thriller.

Ive always been a fan of the crime genre, whether it is when I read novels or watch films, thats the genre that I tend to lean towards, said Hong. I think crime is always an attractive subject when it comes to film because you are really able to investigate human nature and what goes on, psychologically, behind a persons mind. Particularly, how someone would imagine a crime. I think that has been something important throughout my creative process.

Few Korean movies feature a powerful female protagonist. Office is a set within the male dominated realm of a sales team, whose self worth is determined by their ability to meet unrealistic goals. Go weighed in on portraying a woman who is seemingly powerless, but who develops her own method of control.

(Photo : Jean Libert for KDramaStars )

Ive never really thought about the discrepancy between female driven or male driven films, in Korea, said Go. But while I was making Office, I realized that it is hard for an actress like me to be in a leading role. So, thats when I really felt that. When it comes to filmmaking, I felt that its important not to make that distinction between how female or male driven films have been released. I feel like not making that distinction is sometimes more important, if you actually want to see a change with this.

Go Ah Sung and Hong Chan Wan join the presidents of the Korea Society, Museum of the Moving Picture, and Subway Cinema organizers, November 6, 2015. (Photo : Jean Libert for KDramaStars )

The Opening Night ceremony concluded with questions from the audience, followed by a reception, where Director Hong and Go interacted with attendees.

The 13th New York Korean Film Festival will continue through Tuesday, November 11, 2015. Screenings are held at the Museum of the Moving Picture in Astoria, Queens.

In addition to the screenings, the guests of the festival, including Go Ah Sung and director Ryoo Seung Wan, will be present for Korean Filmmakers Night on Monday, November 9 at 6 p.m. at the Korea Society.

Ticketing information and showtimes for the 13th New York Korean Film Festival can be found through the official website of the event.

Adrienne Stanley is a contributing editor at KDramaStars. She is also a contributing music writer at KpopStarz, MTV Iggy and other publications. When she is not listening to "Rhythm Ta," she can be found on Twitter. (@retrogirladdy).