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-- Taking steps away from their group for the time being, both T-ara′s Eun Jung (Elsie) and Secret′s Jun Hyo Seong have both come out with new solo albums.
With lots in common, including a May 7 album release date, Eun Jung and Jun Hyo Seong are showing off their beautiful charms in their own individual ways.
Elsie a.k.a T-ara′s Eun Jung
Coming back with the name Elsie, T-ara′s Eun Jung made her solo debut with album I′m Good.
Going for a slower and more emotional song, Eun Jung is promoting I′m Good, which features K.Will in the original version. Eun Jung is lucky to be performing the sad track with Ki-O on the stage.
Making a sweet confession that she′s Into You, Secret′s Jun Hyo Seong has returned with her first solo mini album.
Jun Hyo Seong recently released her new album Fantasia and is currently promoting the upbeat title track Into You, flaunting all of her sexy and adorable charms.
Photo Credit: MBK Entertainment, TS Entertainment
--> CN Blue′s Jung Yong Hwa shared what he thought about marriage.
In the upcoming broadcast of MBC Music′s Picnic Live, Jung Yong Hwa went on a special picnic with single ladies in their 30s.
With ′Can I get married?′ as the topic of the picnic, Jung Yong Hwa shared honest conversations about marriage with the single women.
The women on set suggested Chun Song Yi from You Who Came From the Stars, Oh Ri Jin from Kill Me Heal Me, and even Grandma Kang Gye Yeol from My Love, Don′t Cross that River as potential marriage candidates for Jung Yong Hwa.
Jung Yong Hwa related with each of the recommendations, adding, "I hope I can get married to a woman who will understand my occupation as a celebrity, listen to music, and talk about music with me."
Saying that he′s never really thought sincerely about marriage, Jung Yong Hwa shared, "I want to get married between 45 and 47 at the latest."
"Any later than that, I think I′ll lose to all the other dads when I participate in sports events with my kid."
Picnic Live with Jung Yong Hwa will air on April 16 at 11 PM (KST) on MBC Music.
Flirtatious duo G-Dragon and Jung Hyung Don are going to continue their bromance on the special episode of Weekly Idol. From the recent tweet of MBC's Weekly Idol, it has been revealed that G-Dragon recorded the show.
They wrote, G-Dragon is coming! This is a must-watch. GD Special Weekly Idol Coming soon. Attached are preview photos from the recording showing G-Dragon, Jung Hyung Don and Defconn.
The G-Dragon special episode will be aired on December 4. For the meantime, watch the preview below:
Source: weeklyidol and @OfficialMwave
Singer Jung Joon Young and actor Kim Joo Hyuk are considering joining the new season of KBS variety program 1 Night 2 Days.
A representative of the show revealed, Jung Joon Young and Kim Joo Hyuk are strong candidates for the third season of 1 Night 2 Days. Both stars agencies also confirmed, It is true that we have received the casting offer. We are positively reviewing it.
KBS is preparing to make member changes for season three of 1 Night 2 Days. Only Kim Jong Min and Cha Tae Hyun of season two will join the new cast. Last week, SHINees Minho, John Park and Yook Joong Wan of indie band Rose Motel have been named as new member of the show.
CNBLUE, Jung Yong Hwa, Have Good Night
GroupCNBLUEmemberJung Yong Hwa's original song is to be used for a U.S. news program.
On Tuesday, U.S morning news WPSD Local 6 introducing morning coffe played Jung Yong Hwa's song, "Have a Good Night" as their background music.
The lyrics, "Espresso double double shots. I, I will not sleep tonight. Tomorrow is a holiday. Espresso double double shots. I think I will stop to drink," seemed to fit the title and the theme of the show as well. The anchor stated, "The song playing right now is CNBLUE's 'Have a Good Night'."
This song is featured onCNBLUE's Japan album,CODE NAME BLUE, which was released on August 29. This song was written and produced by leader Jung Yong Hwa. This album sold 44,000 copies in the first week of its release and ranked number 1 on the Oricon Weekly chart.
WPSD Local 6 is a famous news program that airs in Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee, Arkansas and other states.
A song written by CN Blues Jung Yong Hwa, Have A Good Night, was recently played on the American TV news.
On the episode of the news that aired on October 23 (local time) on WPSD Local 6, the song was played in the part where morning coffee was introduced.
WPSD Local 6 is a popular channel served in Kentucky, Illinois, Missouri, Tennessee, and Arkansas. The channel also played One Time, another song written by Jung, in the news in August.
Have A Good NightCN Blue appeared on the screen, and the news anchor said, The song youre listening now is CN Blues Have A Good Night.
According to FNC Entertainment, the song seems to have been selected as a background song because of its lyrics and beat that go well with the content of the news.
The part of the song played in the news is Espresso double double shots. I, I will not sleep tonight. Tomorrow is a holiday. Espresso double double shots. I think I will stop to drink.
Have A Good Night is a track of CN Blues first album, Code Name Blue, released in Japan on August 29. A total of nine tracks out of 13 were written by Jung. It sold 44,000 copies in the first week of the release and topped the Oricon Weekly Chart.
--> FT Island′s Lee Hong Gi shared his fair mind on firm junior CNBLUE′s Jung Yong Hwa making his solo debut prior to him.
Lee Hong Gi held a debut exhibit for the liberate of his first solo mini album FM302 at the Yes24 Muv corridor in Seoul′s Seogyo-dong on November 18, where a reporter asked, "Your agency junior Jung Yong Hwa released a solo album first. Was once there a distinct reason why?"
Lee Hong Gi answered, "To be honest, I never concept about a solo album. I simplest thought about feet Island′s music. the explanation why Yong Hwa released an album first is as a result of timing like that, and I assumed because he′s more popular, it′d be excellent for him to try."
Lee Hong Gi kicked off his solo promotions with the release of his first mini album FM302 on tune sites. The album is Lee Hong Gi′s first solo album since his debut in 2007, and the album name is a mix of the radio frequency FM and Lee Hong Gi′s birthday March 2.
The album incorporates a general of six tracks, adding lead unmarried Insensible, Let′s Grasp the Day, Kings for a Day, Be Your Doll, LOL and It′s Raining. Lee Hong Gi composed and wrote all the songs at the album.
Lee Hong Gi said, "When they acknowledged let′s release a solo album, I asked if I had to release it in the year - that′s how much time I didn′t have. yet I worked difficult on it and had so much on my brain with the concept that I had to turn a new aspect to myself. There are a huge number of artists in our agency, and I thought, ′I wish to do anything only i could be ready to show.′"
He continued, "I haven′t slept at all because the album was released yesterday. i used to be so frightened I checked the web in real-time like with my first album right through my debut days. It′s undoubtedly horrifying knowing that you will have do the entirety to your own and that you′re solo."
Photo credit: Kim Byung Kwan
Though CNBLUE‘s Jung Yong Hwa wowed enthusiasts through performing shirtless in the group’s teaser footage and videos, he says his abs aren’t there any more.
On the episode of KBS2’s “A Song For You” that aired on October 26, CNBLUE seems as the special guests. When they begin speaking about Jung Yong Hwa’s explained muscles in the teaser photographs and video, Jung Yong Hwa says, “There isn’t the rest left though.”
“While i used to be operating out, I sought after to leave a listing of it,” he displays about the tale at the back of going semi-naked in front of the camera.
MC Kangin asks, “Don’t the opposite individuals have a pleasing body too?” Lee Jong Hyun jokes, “Lee Jung Shin has exposed his abdominal button in the past.”
Watch the maximum recent episode of “A Song for You” below.
--> CNBLUE′s Jung Yong Hwa expressed his appreciation for the selfie he took at a ski hotel that made him an ullzzang.
CNBLUE′s spread and interview is featured in the November factor of @star1.
During the interview following the photoshoot, at the remark "From your ski resort selfie days til now, you′re still as good-looking as ever," Jung Yong Hwa said, "I used to be cast, was a famous person and am where i'm these days on account of that photo. I never dreamed of turning into a celebrity, yet that the body of workers participants who saw that photo and got here the entire way to Busan and solid me."
On the comment "You′re not an ′eo-job-ie′ (an abbreviation for an individual with narrow shoulders) six years after your debut," Jung Yong Hwa said, "I won such a lot weight during our hiatus that it have become tricky to accomplish at concerts because my frame was so heavy. That′s why I started operating out and my body naturally were given better. But I′m now not chuffed with my body yet."
CNBLUE′s spread for the November difficulty of @star1, hitting newsstands on October 21, was shot with the concept, ′The Warmest Color, CNBLUE.′ The CNBLUE members talk candidly about their lives as singers, their solo activities in addition each and every other in the issue.
(Photo : KDramaStars ) Actor Jo In Sung and CNBLUE"s Jung Yong Hwa are dealing with the negative effects of Hallyu stardom.
Both celebrities have become targets of obsessed fans or saesangs, a term that is used within Korean entertainment and media to describe individuals who use often extreme methods like stalking to gain the attention of their favorite stars.
On September 30, the Korean outlet YTN published an article that examined a recent incident where a Chinese fan trespassed onto property owned by Jo In Sung. The obsessive individual was allegedly involved in a physical altercation with his family members, who were home at the time of the incident.
"Seoul Songpa Police station has arrested a 31-year-old Chinese national [referred to as] A, for breaking and entering," said the report released by YTN.
The article went on to describe the extreme nature of the alleged crime, particularly noting the time of entry and the circumstances that followed.
"A is accused of breaking into Jo In Sung"s house in Bangi-dong, Seoul," said the reporter for YTN. "A was arrested after causing a scene, screaming for Jo In Sung to come out.
A subsequent report published by Hankooki described the terrifying details of the alleged altercation involving the Chinese citizen and family members of Jo, when they opened the door to request that the person depart from the premises.
"A went inside when the door opened and resisted when the family asked that they leave," said the writer for Hankooki. "A was arrested when police were dispatched to the site."
Hankooki provided a statement from the individual, who was purportedly a supporter of the actor.
"Two years ago, I became a fan of Jo In Sung," said the unnamed Chinese citizen, during the police interrogation. "When the door opened, I went inside. I was bruised when Jo In Sung"s family pulled my arm, asking me to leave."
News regarding the Jo In Sung incident was followed by reports that CNBLUE"s Jung Yong Hwa had grown tired to stalker fans who repeatedly visited his home.
On September 30, the CNBLUE frontman compassionately expressed his frustration with stalker fans, through a message posted on his Twitter account (@jyheffect).
Xports News covered the story through an article which described his message and the circumstances which led up to his plea for peace at home.
"I"m hesitant to post something like this," said Jung, in his Twitter post. "I understand your love for me and I"m grateful. But I wish you wouldn"t come to my house."
The pop star, model and actor then explained the motivation for his message. While obsessed fans are likely a common occurrence in his daily life, his parents were dismayed to experience the effects of stalkers as they were visiting their son for Chuseok.
"My parents were so shocked when they came to visit for Chuseok," said Jung. "This is my first time writing something like this."
Stalker fans are a common occurrence in Korean entertainment and often plague Hollywood celebrities. In May 2015, rapper Chris Brown experienced one of the most severe instances of stalkingwhen he arrived home to a naked fan, who had also allegedly vandalized his car.
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 "We Like 2 Party," she can be found on Twitter. (@retrogirladdy).