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Park Shin Hye is the main character in the drama Pinocchio which was made it first appearance today. Although we can not wait to see the her coordination with Lee Jong Suk in "Pinocchio", let's count her kissing scenes. When you've got K-drama's hottest men making a move, there's no excuse to stand there like a petrified doll!
Basically, when PSH kisses, she thinks she's like
...but the guys are really like
To show you what we mean, here (in no particular order) are Park Shin Hye's 10 most awkward kissing moments:
2. This one is cringe-worthy...because she is literally cringing.
3. She's surprised; he's surprised; everyone's surprised!
4. Bracing for impact in 3...2...1...
(From So Ji Sub's music video with Yoo Seung Ho via)
5. If kissing Lee Min Ho is that painful, I guarantee we can find a few willing stunt double to take one for the team!
6. Poor Yong Hwa, forced to do all the work! The series of behind-the-scenes shots makes it look even more awkward.
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7. You were so close, PSH, then you had to go and open your eyes.
(From Flower Boy Next Door)
8. "Ack, he's coming! Quick, what do people do when they kiss? Should I smile? Yeah, this looks totally natural, right?"
(From Heirs, the ultimate goldmine of awkward kissing)
9. Nothing says "romance" like an accidental lip bump!
(From Flower Boy Next Door)
10. Wait, no, I take that back. Nothing says "romance" like vomiting during an accidental lip bump.
Dear PSH, if you need a tutorial, here's how it's really done:
We love Park Shin Hye, but here's hoping Lee Jong Suk has some better luck! To see how her kisses fare this time around, sign up for new episode alerts of Pinocchio HERE and tune in today!
Actor Joo Won gave the impression at the October 19 broadcast of SBS energy FM’s “Cultwo Show” to advertise his upcoming film “It’s Him” (working title). On the show, he had a possibility to reminisce about his kissing scenes from his fresh SBS drama “Yong Pal.”
He noted, “I had fairly quite so much of kissing scenes on the drama. The fanatics spotted that I were given larger and higher with more practice.” He added, “Because we had such much of kissing scenes, we worked on how we can be ready to make every scene unique. Turning our heads this fashion and that way… seeking to be fair with our feelings.” He cracked up the target market announcing that he had to inform himself no longer to get worried on those scenes.
Joo Won’s upcoming motion picture “It’s Him” is a homicide mystery about a guy going after his sister’s killer with the assistance of a lady who possesses a supernatural force to foresee deaths. The movie is scheduled to open on October 28 in Korea.
Check out the video clip of the “Cultwo Show” featuring Joo Won here.
Video Added new legitimate trailer and behind-the-scenes video with Lee Gwang-soo for the Korean film 'COLLECTIVE INVENTION'
Added new respectable trailer and behind-the-scenes video with Lee Gwang-soo for the approaching Korean film "COLLECTIVE INVENTION"
"COLLECTIVE INVENTION" (2014)Directed through Kwon Oh-kwangWith Lee Gwang-soo, Lee Cheon-hee, Park Bo-yeong, Jang Gwang, Lee Byeong-joon, Kim Hee-won,...Formerly referred to as "The Mutant"SynopsisLee Gwang-soo takes at the role of a mutant in "COLLECTIVE INVENTION", which is ready a clinical demonstration targeted around rumors that someone"s boyfriend is changing into a fish. Park Bo-yeong is Lee Gwang-soo"s female friend who posts the tale of her "fishy" boyfriend on the internet. Lee Cheon-hee is the wannabe reporter who digs for the truth.Release date in Korea : 2015/10/22
The first query when our bias nabs a drama role is: "Is he/she going to have a kissing scene?"
Well, because it"s exciting to peer them having skinship in opposition to their co-actor in place of an effortless fanservice on stage. yet kissing scenes in dramas are perfected.
So we bring to mind musical performances in which idols act in front of reside target audience and their kissing scene can"t have a take two! It takes some courage and pastime to give target audience a feeling of delight on how those idols pull off a slightly entertaining yet realistic expression in their intimate scene... whether it turns out awkwardly or impressively.
We make a choice some memorable kissing scenes of your favourite idols from their respective musical performances. have a glance we may come with yours.
Hongki"s so naive yet so candy here! [A Midsummer Night"s Dream]
The prison rail isn't a hassle for Hyungsik and Kahi [Bonnie and Clyde]
"Height doesn"t matter- Ryeowook" either being a basketball player or kissing Oh Yeon Seo! [High College Musical]
That"s a candy bed kiss Junsu! [Mozart]
SM"s maknaes Kyuhyun & Seohyun are too adorable! this type of lovable kiss! [The Moon That Embraces the Sun]
Dracula Sunggyu kisses sexily! [Dracula]
Even with Sunny? Don"t you believe you studied that"s too much Kyuhyun? :) [Singin" in the Rain]
Kahi swoons over Key that"s why she offers him a kiss! [Bonnie and Clyde]
Not bad for your first time CNU! [Chess]
THAT"S SO Unexpected JUNSU BUT NEVERMNIND YOU"RE HOT! [Elizabeth]
and just in case that"s no longer enough...
Do you've got your own favorite?
In a recent interview with Section TV, the star of "Healer," Ji Chang Wook talked about his kiss scene with actor Kang Ha Neul in "Thrill Me."
Recently, Ji Chang Wook gathered much attention for his kisses with Park Min Young in the KBS drama, Healer, but it turned out that he′s had even more passionate kisses with Kang Ha Neul.
"Before, when I was in the musical Thrill Me, I kissed Kang Ha Neul a lot," shared Ji Chang Wook. "We kissed a lot. And it′s not just any kiss. They were all very deep kisses. During the three months of performances, we kissed more times than I could count."
Kang Ha Neul has also previously shared on KBS′ Entertainment Relay that he′s kissed Ji Chang Wook through the musical, catching attention then as well.
Thrill Me is a musical based on the Leopold and Loeb case. It was based on the Chicago murder case in 1924 about one young genius′ harship. The musical came to Korea in 2007 and has starred many actors, including Ji Chang Wook, Kang Ha Neul, Kim Moo Yeol, Kim Jae Bum, and Oh Jong Hyuk.
Even though filming his latest kissing scene was a chilling experience, Kim Jaejoong felt that it went well.
At the press conference for his new drama "Spy" he spoke about the chilly conditions he endured while filming a kiss scene with co-star Go Sung Hee.
"It was extremely cold," he said.
While the snowy day made for a romantic scene, it was an unpleasant work environment as the scene took three hours to shoot.
"The wind chill was almost negative 20 degrees Celsius and it started snowing all of a sudden," he said.
The director could not have asked for a prettier setting but the conditions made it harder to focus.
"The picture was really pretty," said Kim Jaejoong. "The snow fluttered as if we had planned it. Then huge snowflakes started to fall, followed by rain and then it turned to hail."
Although the scene took three hours to film he described the scene as "natural and touching.
"I am usually left still emotional for a while after filming a kissing scene or after scenes with affectionate touching," he said.
And that was the case with this scene.
The JYJ singer and actor was asked if he had any special techniques for filming kissing scenes. He says he does not.
"I don"t have any tricks as to how to act in kissing scenes. It"s true though that how I approach the scene changes depending on the partner."
He"s kissed a few beautiful co-stars and the list grows longer as he adds to his acting resume. One of his early notable kisses was shared with Wang Ji Hye in "Protect The Boss." That kiss scene took some practice.
"I put a lot of effort into the kiss scene with Wang Ji Hye," he said when he appeared on Choi Kang Hee"s radio program "Night Flight. "It took over 50 takes. If there ever was a NG award, it would definitely have been awarded to us."
He had memorable kiss scenes with two actresses in Triangle. There was the racy kiss scene when Kim Hye Eun"s character impatiently pulled him into her hotel room. the actress said it made her real-life husband jealous. Then there was his sweet kiss scene with co-star Baek Jin Hee. There"s no word on how long either of those kissing scenes took to film but they were both cinematically effective.
In "Spy" Kim Jaejoong plays a genius intelligence analyst who does not know his mother is a North Korean sleeper spy. His love interest, played by Go Sung Hee, is a seemingly innocent girl with a secret.
Are you excited about this new drama? It starts January 9th.
The second-to-last episode of “Modern Farmer” gives answers to questions that have hung around much of the show, but a few have been left for the final. Things have started to wrap up for the side stories and the smaller plot line, but the biggest aspects of the plot have yet to find their solutions.
1. Kang Hyuk overhears the truth about the contract, and the past comes to light.
Being that he was still suspicious of the CEO, Kang Hyuk decides to listen in on the conversation between Yoo Na and the CEO. In doing this, he discovers that Yoo Na set all of this up. Furious, he reenters the room and tears up the contract they had just signed.
But it is here that we learn why Kang Hyuk holds all of this hatred for the CEO and Yoo Na. Back when the group was first about the debut, Kang Hyuk overheard the man sexually harassing Yoo Na. When he got angry and tried to stop the CEO, the punching fight that was revealed in a flashback earlier in the show occurred. Unfortunately, Yoo Na stood up for the CEO so that she could protect her career.
To make matters worse, Lee Min Ki overhears Kang Hyuk and Yoo Na’s conversation about it and feels angry and betrayed. And to put the cherry on top, Lee Min Ki enters the CEO’s office and punches him.
2. Han Ki Joon and Bul Ja have a heart-to-heart, but…
Though Han Ki Joon had tried to help her escape, Bul Ja was ultimately caught. Going to where they house the deportees, Han Ki Joon takes the chance to talk to her one last time before she is forced out of the country. Bul Ja reveals how happy she was to have met him and how she will never forget their time together, but gets upset and disappointed when she learns that he gave up farming. He keeps her from getting up and leaving right then by promising to go back and continue. But he has one thing left to say before he goes.
Han Ki Joon confesses to Bul Ja that he loves her, promising to succeed and go get her. Bul Ja hesitates to respond, but before she can even start to say something, she is forced to go back to her cell by an officer.
3. Kang Yoon Hee finds a new way for the group to sell the cabbages.
Even though the price for cabbage has hit rock bottom, the price of salted cabbage has remained steady. So, Kang Yoon Hee gets the group set up with the special government program that helps farmers sell their crops, and gets everyone to help pitch in making the salted cabbage.
4. The hidden money situations sorts itself out rather… dramatically.
So after the coma man tells the girls where the money is, they spend forever trying to wait for the moment to storm the field. However, ever since the group found out that someone was seemingly after their cabbages, they guarded it. Eventually the coma man got frustrated enough to go to his car and pull out a gun. He forces the group to dig up the money and is about to take off with it when the real owner shows up. The Congressman, however, decides that everyone was a witness and kidnaps them to take care of them.
However, as things played out Park Deuk Chool strikes again with his taekkyeon. He takes out every one of the bodyguards when they attack him, unknowingly saving everyone in the process.
5. Yoo Han Chul learns the truth about Lee Soo Yun.
In the end, Yoo Han Chul learns from Lee Soo Yun what she had been doing there and becomes quite upset—more because he thinks everything between them was also fake like her identity. Though she sincerely apologizes, Yoo Han Chul simply can’t accept it because she “deceived his heart over money.”
But as he walks away and she is emotionally screaming out her reasons for her deeds, Yoo Han Chul suddenly collapses.
Through all the crazy times and laughter, Yoo Han Chul still has cancer that is due to take his life.
I have a theory that the writer of “Pinocchio” is paid in Lee Jong Suk’s tears, because he spends so much of every episode crying. And on the one hand, he’s a really good crier, so it’s interesting to watch. But surely enough terrible things have happened to Dal Po by now, right? Isn’t it time for an episode of sunshine and rainbows and puppies? Please?
Well, we didn’t have any rainbows or puppies in this episode, but we did have one haunting smile. I’ll take it!
These were my five favorite scenes of “Pinocchio” episode 12:
1. “For YGN News, I’m Ki Ha Myung.”
This entire opening segment is wonderful, but my favorite part is when Dal Po finishes his report on Jae Myung’s confession under his real name. It’s such a simple action, but it speaks volumes. Choi Dal Po is many things—a son, a hyung, an uncle, a boyfriend. Ki Ha Myung is the son of a slandered father and a mother who tried to kill him, the younger brother of a murderer. But he’s made his choice—he’s Ki Ha Myung now, for better or for worse. (I confess that, like In Ha, I’m having trouble getting used to calling Dal Po Ha Myung. So I think I’ll continue to call him Dal Po for now, and we’ll see in the future if that starts feeling wrong.)
2. “I don’t think I should be happy anymore.”
The trouble with being Ki Ha Myung is that Ha Myung isn’t a member of the Choi family. In an episode filled with upsetting scenes, the one that hit me the hardest was the one in which Dal Po leaves the Choi apartment, even though Grandpa, Dad, In Ha, and Dal Po himself all want for him to stay. But Dal Po knows he would feel too guilty to remain with a loving family while his hyung is in jail, so he leaves. Why can’t this boy just be happy?
3. “I’m a murderer’s daughter, after all.”
This is a fairly Dal Po-heavy episode, but I loved this short, venomous scene between In Ha and Cha Ok. I don’t know if I agree with In Ha that her mother is a murderer (yes, she’s a negligent, amoral reporter, but she didn’t walk someone into a manhole and then cover it up with bricks, unlike someone I could mention!), but I find the transformation of In Ha’s feelings towards Cha Ok fascinating.
Oh no—I’ve been won over by Bum Jo! I just found him delightful in this episode, especially when he offered to help out Dal Po with his revenge. I hope Dal Po takes him up on it—I want to see this relationship develop!
5. The shoe’s on the other foot
Oh my. Oh my oh my oh my. I loved this final confrontation between Dal Po and Cha Ok so much—or rather, I loved what came right after the confrontation. After causing Cha Ok to lose her cool in spectacular fashion, the same as she did to him and his brother 13 years ago, Dal Po strolls through the MSC lobby. And though he keeps a straight face for a bit, he eventually allows himself a small, chilling smile. It’s a great moment for Lee Jong Suk, and a wonderful peek into Dal Po’s head. I think this moment stands out for me so much because we see Dal Po clearly enjoying another person’s pain. He rattled Cha Ok, he made her yell—he broke through the icy layers that have always separated her from the world, and he didn’t do it kindly. And the kicker: he liked it. Hurting her made him happy.
I don’t mean to say that I think Dal Po is a terrible person, or a secret sadist, or anything like that. It’s understandable that he enjoys seeing Cha Ok at his mercy, in the same way his entire family was at hers. But I do think this hint of vindictiveness is a part of Dal Po’s personality even without Cha Ok—remember the way he deliberately lost the quiz show in high school. He humiliated Chan Soo on national TV for fun—he could have just answered the final question correctly and taken the prize money. But he wanted Chan Soo to feel shame. I find this wrinkle in Dal Po’s character absolutely fascinating, and hope that we get to explore it more in future episodes.
It’s Lawyer Cha! Lawyer Cha the flower boy! I loved Yoon Sang Hyun’s cameo as Jae Myung’s lawyer, mostly because I was incredibly happy to see dorky, silly, brilliant Lawyer Cha again. (And now I really want to rewatch “I Can Hear Your Voice”!)
What did you think of this episode? Let us know in the comments below!
Episode 18 of “Modern Farmer” brings more laughter rather than tears, but it is clear that the show is starting to wrap itself up. Alternatives for the group begin appearing since their cabbage farming seems to be a flop, and some of the couples are beginning to finalize themselves. However, there are still some loose ends that have yet to show signs of being tied up. 1. Meteors fall in Hadurok Ri.
One night, meteors suddenly fell and one struck a villager’s green house. The media is quick to pick up on the story, and people from all over the country decide to head to Hadurok Ri to try and find some pieces of meteor for themselves. The group, upon learning this, desperately look for one themselves in the hope that it will give them enough money to make their album. Shockingly, they manage to discover one, but in their excitement driving to Seoul end up running the truck off the road—to the point that it’s teetering on a ledge. Being the idiots that they are, they eventually think that the only way to save themselves from falling into the water is to throw the meteor out. But of course, just seconds later the police show up to rescue them. 2. Hwang Man Goo caves and buys his sister a coffee shop.
After doing everything she could to get her brother to buy her a coffee shop, and eventually running away when Hwang Man Goo continuously refused, Hwang Yi Ji is finally approached by her brother. He had pretended not to care that she had run away, but it was clear that Hwang Man Goo was worried. So, he finally caves and buys her a coffee shop in Seoul so she can pursue this new dream of hers. 3. The group is given an opportunity to make an album.
Yoo Na, desperate to get the group—namely Lee Min Ki—to leave the village, calls her CEO and says she’ll return under one condition: he has to let the group create an album. He agrees, and pretending to have just heard from the CEO, Yoo Na tells the boys that he is interested in them. Seizing this opportunity, the group—minus Han Ki Joon—go to Seoul for an audition. Things go well, but at the same time the boys don’t seem fully satisfied. 4. The coma man shows up in Hadurok Ri.
Surprise, surprise, the coma man shows up in Hadurok Ri. He finds that people are digging in the field he stashed the money in, so he quickly looks for the spot. However, lo and behold, there is a stack of cabbages sitting right on top of the location. Leaving the field irritated, he ends up running into Lee Soo Yun and her sunbae—literally. He recognizes both of them right away, but Lee Soo Yun holds her ground when he gets upset that they’re looking for “his” money. 5. Han Ki Joon happens across Bul Ja in Seoul.
Han Ki Joo goes to a norebang with his friends, but he can’t get his mind off of everything he left behind. While his friends sing, he leaves, but by a stroke of luck finds that Bul Ja is there. She is clearly dressed as someone who keeps the norebang’s customers company, and there is an angry drunken man trying to bring her back into the room. Quickly recognizing the situation, Han Ki Joon attacks the man and runs off with Bul Ja. When another fight breaks out outside, some nearby police stop it. However, they notice something suspicious about Bul Ja and ask for her ID. When she freezes up, Han Ki Joon suddenly blocks the police and tells her to run. With one week left, how do you think the show is going to wrap up? Tell us below!
Episode 14 of “Birth of a Beauty” has the cat coming out of the bag, so to speak. Sa Ra is unknowingly walking a very fine line with her new identity, and that line is about to snap. It seems that everyone is out to sabotage Sa Ra and Han Tae Hee’s possible engagement, and with Sa Ra hesitation to begin with, things will likely become more difficult for the couple.
1. Gyo Ji Hoon confronts Sa Ra about Han Tae Hee.
With Sa Ra’s answer to Han Tae Hee’s proposal still pending, Gyo Ji Hoon meets with Sa Ra and tells her to reject it. With the impression that she is hopping between men for their status and that in doing so she ruined his sister’s marriage, Gyo Ji Hoon makes accusations. However, Sa Ra makes it clear that he doesn’t know everything that is going on and that she is not necessarily the one in the wrong.
2. Sa Ra gently rejects Han Min Hyuk’s confession.
When at the Winner Group family home as his mother’s cooking instructor, Han Min Hyuk escorts Sa Ra away as she leaves. When asked why he is so good to her, he tells Sa Ra that he likes her. However, she gently rejects the confession by admitting that she is in love with someone else and apologizes for not seeing the signs earlier. Clearly disappointed, but not upset, Han Min Hyuk asks who it is that she loves. Unfortunately, he learns that it is none other than Han Tae Hee. Though he doesn’t show his fury in front of Sa Ra, it is clear that things are going to get heated between the two men.
3. Han Tae Hee tries to persuade the angry union workers.
Things were looking up for Han Tae Hee’s new product for Winner group, that is until the union workers decided to sell off all of the Winner group stored ingredients. By word of Lee Kang Joon via Han Min Hyuk, the workers are told that they can sell the ingredients for their severance pay. When Han Tae Hee tries to do damage control, the workers refuse to listen to him.
4. The cat is officially out of the bag…
Though she said she wanted Lee Kang Joon to find out about Sa Ra on his own, Gyo Chae Yun all but tells Lee Kang Joon that Sa Ra is Sa Geum Ran. Lee Kang Joon then goes to the filming studio where Sa Ra is preparing and finds her singing. This song is the same one Sa Geum Ran would sing. This, in combination with several other clues, convinces Lee Kang Joon. He approaches Sa Ra and makes his new revelation clear.
5. Sa Ra accepts the proposal, but…
After her mother tells her that she should marry Han Tae Hee, Sa Ra finally seems to let go of her fear and accepts the proposal. She meets with Han Tae Hee at the restaurant like they agreed, and they exchange rings. However, Lee Kang Joon secretly enters the restaurant and sees the two.
The episode ends as he says, “Sa Geum Ran… my wife… is marrying another man?”
Did you catch this week’s episodes? If so, tell us where you think the show is going below!