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Japanese actress Juri Ueno dressed to impress in the November issue of Ceci. The star wore modern designs from some of the top Korean brands in the country, like Low Classic and Lucky Chouette, while posing in a traditional home. Her wonderful wardrobe included retro blouses, knit dresses, simple slip-ons and high-slit skirts.
In one of the most mesmerizing photos, Ueno sat on courtyard steps while wearing a white Arche dress from the brand"s Fall/Winter 2015 collection. The piece has ruffled sleeves and decorative gold buttons. It can be seen below on the runway.
During the interview, Ueno revealed how her professional ambitions and perspective on life have changed.
She stated, "Recently, the speed and axis of my life have changed thoroughly for me and it fits my needs. Whereas I was breathless before, now I want to live a meaningful, personal and relaxed life. I"m going to enjoy and contemplate every moment. These days, you can find me dining in a fine restaurant alone. So away from the gaze of others, I"m going to try and find the real me a little bit."
Ueno"s newest project is the Korean-Japanese web drama Secret Message. The series also stars Big Bang"s T.O.P, who goes by his real name Choi Seung Hyun for his acting career, and begins airing this month via Naver TV Cast and Line TV.
About the Author: Elsa is the founder, head writer, and editor of KPopBreak.com. In her website, she covers K-pop celebrity style, Korean actress beauty trends, red carpet appearances and Seoul Fashion Week news.
(Photo : KpopStarz) EXO"s Japanese version of their hit single "Love Me Right" is a hit in its own right.
Upon release, the Japanese reboot soared to the top of Japan"s Oricon daily chart.
Released on Wednesday, Nov. 4, the single recorded sales of 61,649 copies on the first day securing the song"s position on the Oricon chart.
"Love Me Right - Romantic Universe" is a new version of "Love Me Right," the promotional single off the repacked edition of EXO"s second EP EXODUS.
Meanwhile, EXO are currently preparing for their Japanese concert tour, EXO Planet #2 - The EXO"luXion - In Japan, which is scheduled to kick off on Nov. 6 at the Tokyo Dome. The tour will end on Nov. 15 and EXO are expected to bring out 300,000 fans during six days of performances.
Aside from the group promoting in Japan, the EXO members are staying busy through their individual activities. Xiumin is starring in the web drama Falling for Challenge, Chanyeol has a lead role inMarried to an Anti-Fan, and Chen is appearing in the musical In the Heights.
(Photo : FNC Japan) FNC Entertainment girl group AOA will be holding their first solo Japanese concert this December.
Releasing a Japanese version of "Miniskirt" last October, followed up the hit single with single releases of "Like a Cat," "Heart Attack" over the course of the following year.
On October 14 the septuplet released their fourth Japanese single, "Oh Boy" alongside their first full-length Japanese album, Ace of Angels. The 11-track album topped both Billboard and Oricon"s Japanese charts, ranking firstand secondrespectively.
AOA has spent a lot of time in Japan since their debut, taking part in 2 FNC family concerts as well as a participating in Japan"s A-Nation 2014 and Tokyo Runway 2014. In August of this year the group celebrated the opening of their official Japanese fan club with a special opening ceremony for which the members prepared various events, including dances and skits. During the event, fans were able to closely interact with the group, making it an event to remember.
AOA"s solo concert "ANGELS WORLD 2015 - Oh BOY ACADEMY" will be held December 18 in Tokyo, Japan. To help promote their concert, the seven angels of AOA got together to record their own personal announcement, in which the group expressed their excitement and nervousness about their upcoming show. Be sure to check out the video below!
Ha Yeon Soo says many of us have mistaken her for a foreigner because of her standard non-Korean looks.
On the episode of SBS’s “Night of television Entertainment” aired on October 21, emerging actress Ha Yeon Soo is interviewed.
When the reporter asks, “I’m sorry to mention this on our first encounter, yet are you from Japan,” she replies in fluent Japanese. However, she soon says, “Of direction not. Despite the truth that a massive number of other folks mistaken so, I’m Korean.”
When asked about her modeling revel in in Japan, she says, “A friend who is like a sister to me works for a wig company. Since I had expertise as a fitting model, I helped out a couple of times.”
“I’m now not certain if I’m popular in Japan,” she adds.
(Photo : Screenshot ) 2PM"s new Japanese single won"t be released until later this month, but it is already topping ringtone charts.
The popular JYP Entertainment group 2PM and their upcoming Japanese single, "Higher," are currently on top of various ringtone charts for mobile music service RecoChoku.
"Higher" and a Japanese version of the six-member group"s most recent Korean song "My House" are situated among the top ranking ringtone downloads according to the RecoChoku chart. The tracks will both be included on the band"s 10th Japanese single album to be released on Oct. 21.
On Sept. 28, a short music video for "Higher" was uploaded on 2PM"sofficial Japan YouTube channel. The one-minute preview shows a variety of scenes from the upcoming full music video.
The songs were licensed to RecoChoku for ringtones following the teaser"s release.
In addition to preparations for 2PM"s Japanese promotions, member Junho released his first solo single titled "One" on Sept. 14. He also held his solo concert Last Night in Seoulon Sept. 19 and 20 at the Seoul Olympic Park.
It was once reported on October 11 through the japanese media that the Japanese Broadcasting Corporation (NHK) will no longer be airing Korean dramas.
According to the report, the network first began airing Korean dramas in April 2003 with “Winter Sonata.” However, after the drama “Empress Ki” finishes airing, NHK has determined to stop airing to any extent further Korean dramas. One industry pro stated of the limits of Korean dramas, “Japanese folks are beginning to feel that more contemporary dramas coming to Japan lack the passionate love that they keep in mind from ‘Winter Sonata.’”
Another author added, “Of route in Korea young actors are popular, yet they don’t resonate much with the older fanatics in Japan.” She added that she didn’t think there were many idols or young actors who may just effectively apply in the footsteps of the so-called “Four Gods of Hallyu,” Bae Yong Joon, Lee Byung Hun, Won Bin, and Jang Dong Gun.
Japanese broadcaster FujiTV has in fact come beneath fireplace sooner than for broadcasting too many Korean dramas. Hate speech is prevalent in Tokyo’s Korea the city neighborhood, and in total the developing environment of anti-Korea sentiment has ended in the downward vogue of Korean media intake in Japan.
WINNER"s Song Mino showed Japan street style trends in the latest issue of W Korea. The idol posed while walking on a crosswalk, eating in an izakaya, and standing on the sidewalk barefoot. His wardrobe included a Gucci suit with matching ribbon-tie shirt, Louis Vuitton embroidered turtleneck, and the same crystal embellished Burberry coat modeled by Lee Min Ho in Elle.
One of Mino"s most affordable accessories was a thisisneverthat fedora. The beige hat is made of wool felt and has a white band with the brand"s name on it. It can be yours HERE and can be seen below in greater detail.
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Mino coupled the hat with the "Cord" trucker jacket and pants. The matching set is made of cotton and have subtle ridges. The top can be yours HERE and the bottom can be bought HERE. Both pieces can be appreciated below.
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Among the designer pieces showcased, there was a DolceGabbana bee print poplin sicilia fit shirt. The shirt has a small collar, rounded cuffs and is currently only available in purple. It can be yours HERE and can be appreciated below.
To check out the rest of the fashion, remember to pick up the October issue of W Korea!
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(Photo : KpopStarz) 2PM has released a short video teaser for their upcoming Japanese single.
On Monday, Sept. 28, JYP Entertainment"s popular male group 2PM, released a short video teaser on their official YouTube channel.
The video is for their upcoming 10th Japanese single titled "Higher." The video shows a variety of scenes and maximizes the allure and mystery of the track.
With the release of the teaser video, many fans are excited to see the full version.
"No! It"s so short! But this song is amazing! I definitely love Chansung and I love 2pm!" wrote YouTube viewer Aneth Sierra in the comment"s section of the video.
The full music video is scheduled to be released on Oct. 21.
(Photo : T.O.P"s Official Instagram) Big Bang"s heart-throb T.O.P has taken on the leading male role in a new web drama which is slated for release this coming November.
Starring T.O.P, or Choi Seung Hyun, and Japanese actress Juri Ueno, the drama, "Secret Message," is a Korean-Japanese production set to begin airing online in early November via Naver TV Cast and Line TV.
The romantic drama series is centered on Woo Hyun, a hopeless romantic who clings to the idea of romance despite the painful memories he harbors of his first love and Haruka, a woman with a painful past who hopes to someday fall in love.
Joining the cast is Korean actor Lee Jae Yoon ("Queen of Ambition," "Golden Rainbow," "Heart to Heart") and Korean actress Yoo In Ah ("Secret Garden," "You"re the Best Lee Soon Shin," "My Love From Another Star"), who takes on the role of Haruka"s roommate.
It"s been 5 years since T.O.P last made an appearance in a drama, the last role being the one in which he played himself in the idol-studded drama, "Haru: An Unforgettable Day in Korea."
The upcoming web drama, "Secret Message," is co-produced by Korea"s CJ EM, Japan"s Amuse Inc. and Line Corp., a Japanese subsidiary of the Korean portal site, Naver.
(Photo : Twitter ) Supernova"s recently released Japanese album is topping on Oricon"s Daily Chart.
According to Japan"s largest music site, Supernova"s latest album 7IROranked number one on Wednesday, Sept. 9 upon release.
The album sold a total of 21,909 copies within the first 24 hours. 7IROcontains a total of 12 tracks.
(Photo : Twitter ) Supernova have focused their promotions on Japan in recent years, building a significant fan base in the country. The group"s last release in SouthKorea was in April 2012, when they released the EPStupid Love.
Supernova made their debut on September 21, 2007, with six members - Kim Sungje, Kim Kwangsoo, Park Geonil, Song Jihyuk, Jung Yoonhak, and Yoon Sungmo. Supernova are currently promoting with five members as Kim Sungje fulfills his mandatory military service.