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CNBLUEs lead vocal Jung Yonghwa shared a never before revealed story about his kiss scene with So Ee Hyun on Heartstrings.
On the April 10th episode of SBS Strong Heart, Jung Yonghwa remarked, My kiss scene with So Ee Hyun took place on the streets of Apgujeong.
It was a long shot being filmed from afar, so all we had to do was pretend to kiss, he said. But Yonghwa did not know this, and wanting to come across as masculine, he planted his lips right on hers.
So Ee Hyun became shocked and dumbfounded at the situation, but she knew that they would have to film the scene over if she moved.
Not moving her lips from his like a ventriloquist, she asked, What are you doing?, which caused Yonghwa without moving his lips from hers to respond with his own question, Whats the problem?
Yonghwas kiss conversation with So Ee Hyun caused everyone on set to burst into laughter, including new Strong Heart MCs Shin Dong Yeob and Lee Dong Wook.
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Girls’ Generation Achieves 6th Win on “Inkigayo” for “Lion Heart,” Jackson Sends Hong Jong Hyun Off With a Kiss
Congratulations to Girls’ Generation for their 6th win with “Lion Heart” in this week’s SBS “Inkigayo.” Coming in 2nd and 3rd this week used to be BIGBANG’s “Let’s No longer Fall in Love” and SG Wannabe’s “Love You.”
Gong Seung Yeon and Lee Jong Hyun Couple have melted people's heart with their adorable pictures taken when they took part in the show called “We Got Married”
One of the newest couple on We Got Married, Gong Seung Yeon and Lee Jong Hyun, posed for a clean, romantic photo shoot for fashion magazine Ceci.
In the behind-the-scenes images revealed from the shoot, the couple seem to be really enjoying each others company as they are full of smiles, looking lovingly at each other.
The couples full photo shoot will be revealed in the June issue of Ceci magazine. Their photo shoot will also be shown on an upcoming episode of We Got Married.
Check out some of the sneak peek pictures from the pictorial below!
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Gong Seung Yeon Expresses Her Love for Lee Jong Hyun’s Back on “We Got Married”
Lee Jong Hyun Would Only Hit Gong Seung Yeon With What Body Part?
Gong Seung Yeon's charming beauty captivated Lee Jong Hyun at the first time he met her!
As soon as he met Gong Seung Yeon, Lee Jong Hyun showered on the praise, saying "You′re pretty," "I fell in love at first sight," "Your eyes are really pretty," and more. He explained, "I have a hard time holding back my thoughts."
Shyly, Gong Seung Yeon said, "My ideal type was a man with thick eyebrows."
On this day, Lee Jong Hyun played a romantic melody on the guitar for Gong Seung Hyun, who made Lee Jong Hyun smile when she called him by a new nickname.
The broadcast will air on March 14.
Hong Jong Hyun seduced his beautiful wife Yura with a sweet heart dance to celebrate their Lunar New Year.
On the February 21 broadcast of MBC’s “We Got Married,” Hong Jong Hyun and Yura exchanged New Year’s bows and handsels.
Before his bow, Hong Jong Hyun asked Yura if there was anything she wanted him to say, and she said, “Jagiya” (term of endearment similar to “darling”). Hong Jong Hyun was clearly embarrassed, but he granted Yura’s wish and said, “Jagiya, Happy New Year.”
But Yura’s wishes did not stop there. She gave Hong Jong Hyun only 30,000 won (approximately $27 USD) for his handsel, saying she would give him more if he does a heart dance.
Her hubby was again flustered and made a small heart, but Yura said she wanted a big heart dance complete with “Jagiya, Happy New Year.”
In the end, Hong Jong Hyun awkwardly but adorably fulfilled her wish.
In the interview, Hong Jong Hyun said, “I’m really not good at dancing. It’s not that I don’t dance or don’t like it; I really can’t dance.”
“Why did I do it? I think I’ve gotten a lot more shameless,” he laughed.
You can watch You Got Married on SoompiTV!
Popular webtoon "Scholar Who Walks the Night" will be remade into an MBC drama! A historical drama that also takes on the fantasy genre with vampires, this remake might even star "You Who Came From the Star"s Kim Soo Hyun or Park Hae Jin!
Key East Entertainment"s subsidiary Contents K revealed on February 2, "Currently, "Scholar Who Walks the Night" has finished its plans and is in positive talks with MBC with July as our set goal. After this is confirmed for "Scholar Who Walks the Night," we plan to go into the major casting stage. Right now, nothing is decided. We plan to enter production after releasing an official statement soon when we settle everything."
The story follows vampire Kim Sung Yeol, who boasts amazing aesthetics. Two strong candidates named to play this male lead are Kim Soo Hyun and Park Hae Jin, although it appears too soon yet for any confirmation. Park Hae Jin"s agency stated, "Currently, he is not confirmed for the role."
The drama will be written by Jang Hyun Joo of "Coffee Prince" and directed by Producer Lee Sung Joon of "The Moon That Embraces the Sun" and "Empress Qi" to likely premiere in July.
The Moon That Embraces The Sun is quickly becoming one of Koreas top dramas this season!
The 8th episode that aired on January 26th gained 31.7% in viewer ratings, a number thats hard to come by considering how networks are increasing the number of dramas broadcasted each year.
The last time a Wednesday/Thursday drama achieved over 30% in ratings was in 2010 with Baker King Kim Tak Goo. If all time slots are taken into account, then this is the first drama to achieve the 30% rating mark since Giant, which ended in December of 2010.
Although there are many memorable scenes in the drama, the one scene that stood out the most was in the last episode. The heated scene between Kim Soo Hyun and Han Ga In made the viewers hearts flutter, leaving many in a state of desperation for the next episode.
To recap, Han Ga In leaned over the sleeping Kim Soo Hyun and gently touched his forehead. At that moment, Kim Soo Hyun opens his eyes and impulsively pulls Han Ga In down, pinning her to the mattress. Although he was shouting Who are you? Who are you supposed to be?, viewers hearts raced at seeing the actors faces so close together. The drama froze on this scene as it ended, guaranteeing a strong turnout for the next episode.
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YG Entertainment's CEO Yang Hyun Suk sympathizes to the parents of the students died in the sunken ferry tragedy and donates 500 million won.
YG's representative said, "Yang Hyun Suk is donating 500 million won to support the victims of the Sewol accident." He added, that Yang Hyun Suk held an emergency meeting with executives on April 24 and told them "I've shared the grief and pain of the parents who are raising their children as I monitor the news about the ferry accident. I believe that there's no other thing in this world that would comfort the parents who have lost their child."
The YG's CEO requested that the donation reaches the families of the victims.
Hoping to help in the rescue mission of ferry victims, YG Entertainment’s CEO Yang Hyun Suk donated 500 million won.
A rep from YG Entertainment spoke with Newsen on April 25, saying, “Yang Hyun Suk decided to donate 500 million won to help the victims in the recent Sewol ferry accident.”
According to the rep, Yang Hyun Suk held a meeting with his executives on April 24 and said, “As a parent who is raising children, I’ve fallen into grief that is beyond words as I followed the Sewol incident,” and “There are no words in this world that will console the families who’ve lost their children.”
Yang Hyun Suk requested to his executives that the 500 million won be delivered well to the families of the victims.
On April 16 around 9AM (KST), a passenger ferry, Sewol, sank on its way to Jeju from Incheon. As of April 24, 174 passengers out of 475 have been saved. 171 have been confirmed dead and 131 are still missing.
* As of April 25, 9AM (KST), 181 people have been confirmed dead with 121 still missing.
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Although Lee Seung Gi did an amazing job as the sole MC of “Strong Heart” after Kang Ho Dong”s leave, he revealed that it wasn”t as easy as it appeared and he felt like running away several times because of the responsibility and pressure.
On the April 14th broadcast of Lee Sun Hee‘s special on SBS‘ ‘Healing Camp’, Lee Seung Gi opened up about suddenly taking on the role as ‘Strong Heart’s only MC. He said, ”Also being a main MC at such a young age… Personally, I think I especially had a really difficult time when Kang Ho Dong wasn’t there for a short time. I wanted to run away a couple of times a day. Around 20 to 25 guests come on, and bringing the celebrities together and carrying [the show] by myself was extremely difficult because I wasn’t prepared for it.”
He went on, “Since I haven’t been doing variety shows for about two years and I reflected on myself when I used to do a lot of variety shows and was active, there are times when I feel like I had really competitive sense when it comes to things I say. I felt pride that if I do it, I will be the best at, it but that wasn’t it. Once I left and took a hiatus… I felt like I exhausted myself during the course of only two to three years. But [in the case of Lee Kyung Kyu sunbaenim], doing this comedy route consistently for 30 years is very [impressive].”
MC Lee Kyung Kyu joked, “It’s not that hard. Because if the show does well, it’s my doing, and if it does bad, it’s your fault. If you have that perspective, it’s comfortable. If it does well, I take the credit, but if it does bad, I say, what’s wrong with the guest who came on today,” bringing everyone on set to laughter.