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Cast member Yoo Jae Suk is once again humiliated and helpless before the cutting edge of Kim Jong Kook's great power.
On the January 25th broadcast of SBS’ “Running Man,” Yoo Jae Suk became the main character of the episode as he returned to his ‘Yoo-mes (James) Bond’ roots for the ‘Find Me Race’ in order to find his successor. This was his third time transforming into ‘Yoo-mes Bond’ since receiving his very first secret mission in 2011.
During the episode, Yoo Jae Suk set out to complete the mission together with his target Kim Jong Kook in order to secretly take him out. While Yoo Jae Suk attempted to go against his target in a card-flipping match, he ended up suffering an embarrassing wedgie incident at the hands of Kim Jong Kook.
As soon as the game began, Kim Jong Kook lifted Yoo Jae Suk into the air and flipped over all of the cards on his own, earning a perfect win, all the while giving his opponent a major wedgie in the process.
Singer Maybee expressed that she felt helpless about the tragic ferry tragedy that is currently weighing down on South Korea.
She tweeted on April 24, "All I can do is open my eyes in the morning, turn on the TV, and absentmindedly look over the news on the internet. I can"t do anything. I wish somebody could tell me or anyone that something has to be done no matter what."
into slump like many others who feel just as helpless.
Netizens responded, "I am sorry and sorry again toward the Sewol victims," "I believe that the Sewol passengers will return to their families" arms," "I am also sad that there is nothing I can do," and more.
Park Si Hwan releases the official audio for another track 'Helpless' from his debut mini album 'Spring Awakening'.
A track which soothes your feelings with its calming and refreshing music that Park Si Hwan's voice perfectly harmonized.
Check out the audio below and anticipate the full release of his mini album on the 14th.
Movie of the week "Helpless" (2011)
Directed by Byeon Yeong-joo
With Lee Seon-gyoon, Kim Min-hee, Jo Seong-ha, Kim Byeol, Choi Deok-moon, Lee Hee-joon,...
Previously known as "Help" (, Hel-peu) and "Train"
Adapted from the novel by Miyabe Miyuki, who is known as the queen of crime fiction in Japan. A man searches for his fiancee who vanished without a trace just before their wedding ceremony, only to discover the shocking identity of her. The novel is considered one of top 10 best mystery novels in Japan of all time and stirred up social issues upon its domestic release. While he wasn't paying attention, it seems that everyone in the country but him has been caught up in a consumer feeding frenzygoing into heavy debt and declaring bankruptcy at a snowballing rate. The film adaptation has taken only the main storyline and theme and added Korean elements into it. This is director Byeon Yeong-joo's 3rd feature after "Ardor" (2002) and "Flying Boys" (2004), and his first attempt at a thriller. Lee Seon-gyoon ("The Apprehenders") stars as the veterinary clinic manager who searches for his fiancee, Kim Min- hee ("Moby Dick)" plays the fiancee with suspicious history, and Jo Seong-ha ("The Yellow Sea") plays the detective cousin of Lee Seon-gyoon, who helps out with the case.
Release date in Korea : 2012/03/08
Available on DVD and Blu-ray from YESASIA
The Korean box office hit Helpless (Korean title: Hwacha) opened in select theaters across North America last week.
The film is based on the Japanese novel Kasha (English title: All She Was Worth), which was written by Miyabe Miyuki. Lee Sun Gyun plays the role of Jang Mun Ho, a veternarian who is engaged to Kang Sun Young (played by Kim Min Hee). One day, as the couple is on their way to visiting Jang Mun Ho’s parents, they pull over at a rest stop. When Jang Mun Ho returns to his car after buying coffee for his fiancee, he finds the door unlocked, the engine running, and his fiancee no where to be found.
As he begins his search for her, he is led to one dead end after another. The most shocking revelation is that Kang Sun Young was not really Kang Sun Young. Jang Mun Hos fiancee was living under the name and social security number of another woman.
He turns to his cousin Kim Jong Geun (played by Cho Sung Ha), a former police investigator, for help. As the story unfolds, Kim Jong Geun is convinced that his cousins fiancee is a criminal in hiding, but Jang Mun Ho seeks to prove otherwise.
My opinion (Note: This reflects the opinion of the author, and not necessarily those of allkpop.)
My first impression of Helpless came from watching the movie trailer before the movie was released. The trailer portrayed the movie as somewhat of a thriller, and the scaredy cat that I am, I was turned off even though I was a fan of Lee Sun Gyun. After watching the film in its entirety, I realized that this film was much more of a mystery than a thriller.
If Crucible was like a 2-hour long episode of LawOrder, Helpless is like a 2-hour long episode of C.S.I.. Helpless leads viewers into the mindset of Jang Mun Ho as he frantically searches for his missing fiancee. Like C.S.I., each time the viewer feels like they can predict the ending, the story twists and turns into unexpected directions.
Helpless was excellent in all the technical aspects of the film. In fact, the movie’s director Byun Young Joo was recently awarded Best Director at the 48th Paeksang Arts Awards. I find that many suspense films in Korea tend to overuse dark lighting and eerie music to create a mysterious atmosphere. This movie was able to carry the suspense without doing so.
My only complaint lies in the movies conclusion. Since I dont want to spoil the details, Ill just say that I wish the movie ended either 20 minutes sooner or 20 minutes later. Twenty minutes prior to the end of the movie, I was content with how the story progressed. However, the final 20 minutes left me feeling like I needed more of an explanation or story development.
All in all the movie was better than I expected, but it wont be making its way to my list of favorite Korean movies. If you are interested in the movie, I say go ahead and watch it. Just make sure not to set your expectations too high.
Helpless is currently playing with English subtitles in select theaters in California, New York, New Jersey, Illinois, Washington, and Canada. More information is available in our previous article about the movies North American release.
Official Movie Trailer
Greetings from the cast
Helpless is currently holding a giveaway event in which you can snag a copy of Miyabe Miyukis Japanese best-selling novel personally autographed by the cast and director of the film. Check out the event page on the Helpless Facebook page for all the details.
Note: This article does not reflect the opinions of allkpop, only of the author.
Helpless (Korean title: Hwacha) is a mystery thriller movie that became an unexpected box office hit upon its Korean release in March. Following its limited release at the CGV Cinemas in Los Angeles, Helpless will be making its way into select theaters across North America on Friday, May 11th.
The film features an all-star cast, including Lee Sun Gyun, Kim Min Hee, and Cho Sung Ha. Additionally, the movies director Byun Young Joo was recently awarded the Best Director award at the 48th Paeksang Arts Awards, making her the first female director ever to receive the title.
The film is based on the Japanese novel Kasha (English title: All She Was Worth), which was written by Miyabe Miyuki. Lee Sun Gyun plays the role of Jang Mun Ho, a veternarian who is engaged to Kang Sun Young (Kim Min Hee). One day, as the couple were on their way to visiting Jang Mun Hos parents, they pulled over at a rest stop. When Jang Mun Ho returned to his car, he found the door swung open and the engine running, but his fiancee was no where to be found.
He turns to his cousin Kim Jong Geun (Cho Sung Ha), a former detective, to begin his desperate search for his fiancee. However, as they begin their search her true identity becomes more and more questionable.
Helpless is currently playing with English subtitles at the CGV Cinemas in Los Angeles, and will be opening at the following theaters on Friday, May 11th.
Ridgefield Park, NJ, AMC Ridgefield Park (75 Challenger Road, Ridgefield Park , NJ 07660) New York, NY, AMC Empire (234 West 42nd St. New York, NY 10036) Chicago, IL, AMC Showplace Niles (301 Golf Mill Center Niles, IL 10036) Seattle, WA, AMC Alderwood (18733 33rd Ave. W. Lynnwood, WA 98037) Toronto, AMC YongeDundas (10 Dundas St. East Toronto, ON M5B 2G9) Vancouver, Cineplex Silvercity Coquitlam (170 Schoolhouse Street, Coquitlam, BC V3K 4X9) Watch the movie trailer below:
Also, check out the Helpless Movie Ticket Giveaway event on Facebook. Choose your favorite of four different Kim Min Hee looks to snag a pair of free tickets and a pair of K-pop pocket portfolios as well. The event ends on Tuesday, May 8th, so head on over to the event page soon to submit your entry!
For more information, visit the official Helpless website.
Source: CJ Entertainment
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Upcoming film "Helpless," starring Lee Sun Kyun, Kim Min Hee and Jo Sung Ha, has opened a VIP premiere on February 22 in Seoul.
"Helpless" is a mystery film, based on a popular Japanese novel by Miyuki Miyabe. The story is about a man, who loses his fiance after one phone call, and a detective who tries to solve this case of the missing fiance, only to discover that everything about her was fake. The movie will open in theaters on March 8.
Some of the top A-list celebrities attended the premiere including Ahn Sung Ki, Cha Yae Ryun, Han Chae Young, Jang Woo Hyuk, Kim Nam Jin, Kim Ock Bin, Kim Hyo Jin, Lee Min Ki, Lee Yoon Ji, Shin Ha Kyun, Shin Min Ah, Tim, Yoo Hae Jin, Yoon Kye Sang, and more.
Check out the photos below!
Yoon Kye Sang keeps it simple in a white shirt and black jeans under a long navy peacoat and a thick gray scarf.
Yoo Hae Jin sure looks excited to watch this movie! He's dressed in a warm cable-knit sweater, a gray scarf and a gray hat - not much for colors, is he?
Uhm Hyun Kyung appears on the scene in a multi-color sweater with a peach-colored blouse inside. Her cropped jeans and suede shoes make her look extremely lengthy.
Tim shoots a smouldering look to the camera with slicked back hair, a gray blazer and black pants tucked into some shiny boots.
The ever-so-lovely Shin Min Ah graces the premiere with her presence in a funky, mullet-like beige peacoat, skin tight black pants and black boots. She carries a funky, fringe-y black clutch.
Shin Ha Kyun loves the sporty look. He dons a sporty jacket, cropped pants and comfortable running shoes.
The adorable child actor Mason Moon is sure growing up fast in a dashing tuxedo with a checkered bow tie and fedora.
Lee Yoon Ji is all ready for spring! Her peachy pink blazer over a spring-like top with khaki green cropped shorts makes her look like a radiant spring lady.
The leading man of the film, Lee Sun Kyun! He's dressed rather shabby though in a dark gray/green/brown coat and a plain gray t-shirt.
Fashionista Lee Min Ki in a torn-up denim jacket with black cigarette jeans.
Newlywed Kim Hyo Jin places emphasis on her spring green cropped pants.
Kim Seung Hyun looks casual and suave in a hoodie under a leather jacket and a pair of shades.
Kim Ock Bin shows off her boyish femininity in her short bob. She spices up her outfit with a tropical print scarf and those killer booties.
Kim Nam Jin brings out his model side with a very modelesque pose - he sports a gray blazer jacket, cropped khakis and brown leather shoes.
The main lady of the film, Kim Min Hee! The outfit to the very left is what she wore to the press conference earlier in the day. Her beige toned dress was highlighted by her red suede mary jane wedges for a refined yet bold look. But come night time, she transformed into a sexy city-girl in a midnight blue mini-dress with a low-cut back and black and gold heels.
Actress Kim Hye Jin smirks at the cameras in an all-black ensemble.
Jang Woo Hyuk is a stylish guy! His cropped sweater over a crisp, white shirt and his studded kicks scream fierce.
Han Chae Young's goddess-like proportions never cease to awe us - Her legs look super long even in white bootleg pants.
Cha Yae Ryun captivates the cameras with her royal blue skirt and her black combat boots.
Cha Soo Yeon dons a slightly see-through (slightly Wonder Girls'-like) dress with black and orange booties.
Mr. Ahn Sung Ki smiles warmly to the cameras in a simple gray turtleneck.
The cast of "Helpless" waves and wishes everyone a good time!