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Tiffany stocks a shot of every Girls' Generation member in the back of the scenes at 'Phantasia' concert
Tiffany gave SONE a large treat by way of sharing snippets of each one Girls" Generation member.
Tiffany posted the underneath clip of the girls behind the scenes at their "Phantasia" concert to Instagram on November 21 with the message, "#phantasia backstage." All of the 8 Girls" Generation contributors added in their own flair to the video, which Tiffany captured well.
Fans commented, "It"s so just right to peer the Girls" Generation members get along," "I would like to move to a Girls" Generation concert too," "Fighting on today"s concert," and more.
Girls" Generation"s "Phantasia" concert is being held at Seoul"s Olympic Stadium on November 21-22.
Actor Park Seong-woong took an image with a kid actor who looks similar to him.
Park Seong-woong plays Park Dong-ho in the recent SBS drama "Remember" as a gangster legal professional who was once raised via Seok (Lee Won-jong), the leader of the group after his father died. He slightly passed the bar exam and rarely graduated the Judicial studies and coaching Institute. Unlike other lawyer characters, he styles a totally unique style and accent.
Lee Geon-hee acts Park Dong-ho"s teenage years whilst taking a look just like Park Seong-woong. They first met at the script rehearsals and said every others" resemblance.
Lee Geon-hee made it via an audition of one hundred participants. While many actors competed for this role, 187 centimeters tall Lee Geon-hee passed the verify as he looked maximum very an identical to Park Seong-woong.
Lee Geon-hee has been a version till now and turned into education to transform an actor. here's his first acting break. He has been studying the Kyeongsang dialect from actor Lee Jae-yong and has watched all of Park Seong-woong"s videos and dramas to investigate him.
Lee Geon-hee said, "I am satisfied to begin acting in this sort of wonderful drama. i used to be encouraged by Park Seong-woong sooner than so i'm venerated to be his more youthful part. It gave me Goosebumps to peer him in genuine life".
Logos movie said, "Everyone is appearing large teamwork. The actors and actresses are running especially hard".
Meanwhile, "Remember" is a human court drama about a genius lawyer with long-term reminiscence suffering opposed to authority to loose his father of a crime he didn"t commit.
SBS "Remember" starts at the 9th of December.
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The highly expected drama all through the primary part of 2016, "Cheese in the Trap" has unveiled finally.
tvN"s new Monday & Tuesday drama, "Cheese in the Trap" is a mystery romance drama about the apparently best guy, Yoo-jeong (Park Hae-jin), who is hiding his unhealthy identity effectively at the back of his candy smiles, and the school student, Hong-seol, the sole one, who may just see via his genuine identity.
The first behind-the-scenes symbol of the 2 tough primary cast, Park Hae-jin (Yoo-jeong) and Kim Go-eun-I (Hong-seol) has been published to catch the hobby of drama fans.
In the watercolor like behind-the-scenes image, Park Hae-jin and Kim Go-eun-Iare are taking a look at one same direction smiling brightly. Their matchy couple glance in the black and white outfit and the identical accessories carry the anticipation point at the chemistry the duo will present.
"Cheese in the Trap" in their semi pre-production device has been filming for one and 1/2 month. An go in combination with the drama said, "Since it"s been some time since we started filming, the two was with reference to each and every other and their interplay is outstandingly great. Please remain tuned for the chemistry and synergy the two will provide together".
"Cheese in the Trap" is slated to get started out on January 4th next year.
--> Winner is revving up for a comeback.
A rep from YG Entertainment said to Newsen on October 30, "Winner currently wrapped filming tune videos for 2 new songs in Sweden. We plan to free up music videos for a general of 4 songs."
The rep continued, "An precise comeback date hasn′t been set."
Meanwhile, Winner recently held a complete of 17 concerts in 10 towns in Japan. starting with a concert at the Shiga Biwako corridor on September 6, Winner made stops in Tokyo, Miyagi, Hiroshima, Fukuoka and Kobe on their first hall excursion Winner Japan Tour 2015, prior to wrapping up in Hokkaido on October 25.
Winner plans to hang a different are living event, Winner Special Live in Okinawa, on October 31.
Photo credit: YG Entertainment
It would be a genuine understatement to mention that Park Bo Ram is appearing an absolutely other facet of herself with this comeback! Her MV teaser for "I"m Sorry" (literal title) is out and it"s fully depression yet captivating.
Her company"s side printed her MV and album jacket pictures were shot in Australia! That"s why the scenery in her teaser are so gorgeous, and we should say, the lady is rocking her new haircut.
This is Park Bo Ram"s first ballad tune as a identify track, and already we can be ready to pay attention more of her talented vocals in the teaser. We can"t wait to hear the total track!
Her MV and album free up will be out on October 8.
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The talented, highly respected singer Insooni, who has been in the Korean track industry for almost 40 years, is reportedly tough herself with a rigorous new passion: bodybuilding!
Insooni is the easiest evidence that age doesn"t topic by way of doing what you put your middle out to do. in spite of being just about 60, the singer is on her way to triumph over the arena of bodybuilding with her rocking body, and of course, months of hard paintings and practice.
According to her agency, Insooni might be striking her bodybuilding talents to the verify this weekend at the "2015 NABBA WWF Korean Championship", that may take position at Seoul Gangnam"s COEX Mall.
Let"s wish Insooni the maximum efficient of good fortune in the compeition!
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Wonder ladies are busy selling their newest hit song "I Feel You", yet took time to thanks those fans that are supporting them.
The girls were behind the scenes at MBC"s "Show Music Core" and were elated to have their enthusiasts pop out in droves to beef up them. They wrote on their Facebook, "WonderFul! It used to be great to look you today^^ #WonderGirls #IFeelYou". They also uploaded the above shot with some wonderful "rocker chick" styling. the women wore those outfits for their "Oh My" performance, switching back to the mini-dresses for "I Feel You".
If you haven"t watched their performance, or neglected any of the others, take a look at them out here.
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The new SBS weekend drama "The Time I Loved You" revealed a family picture.
A still of daughter Oh Ha-na (Ha Ji-won), father Oh Jeong-guen (Sin Jeong-geun), mother Kim Soo-mi (Seo Joo-hee) and son Oh Dae-bok (Lee Joo-seung) was released.
"The Time I Loved You" is a romantic comedy about Oh Ha-na and Choi Won (Lee Jin-wook) who are far from romance but slowly changing.
Ha-na is a sophisticated career woman outside but is a cute daughter at home. Oh Jeong-geun is a nagger and seems cold but is actually a fool for his daughter. Kim Soo-mi is a heart-warming mother and Oh Dae-bok is a lifeless young man without a job.
The still shows strong family love. Ha-na looks exceptionally close to her father as she has her arm in his and her head on his shoulder.
The energy of this "family" filled the set on the day this picture was taken. They were so realistic that everyone had a smile on their faces.
"The Time I Loved You" family is going to be a highlight in the drama which is coming on the 27th at 9:55PM.
8 Western Artists Who Could Give K-pop A Respectable Shot Written by Camiele On June 12, 2015 Of all the genres in music, it’s safe to say K-pop is one of the most inherently visual. Taking cues from multiple cultures, spanning all continents, the genre can sometimes yield some truly magnificent music and music videos.
However, with that comes the assertion of many non-Korean artists, particularly those who are very Anglo and very “Western” (in all the ways that could mean), that they should have a shot at some of the fame afforded by the bright, lucrative K-pop industry, an industry that’s rapidly becoming a viable contender in the pop market in North America and Europe.
With that comes a whole new set of issues, the foremost being a lack of respect: most directly the assumption that it’s a genre that can be easily duplicated with a lot of flash and craziness, never mind that what genuinely separates it from other pop music is the “K”that is, the genre is almost exclusively written and performed in Korean.
With artists like Chad Future and rumored groups with all Western, all white members, there’s a case to be made that K-pop in and of itself isn’t a genre to be respected and is, in fact, a commodity that’s easily duplicated by anyone with a big enough bank account and big enough Savior Complex to pull it off.
That being said, there are so many artists who both musically and visually have such a keen love for their craft and an alternative view on what pop music is and could be, I believe, the ones who could adopt K-pop and give it the respect it deserves.
Many, including some of our own readers, are prone to believe K-pop isn’t worth the insight; however, I think it bears some consideration. Which artists could possibly see K-pop as a legitimate art form and give it a new spin, certainly the same visual impressiveness? Now bearing in mind this would require them to at least learn enough Korean to pen a track, the following artists could actually give it a shot, paying homage to a pop subgenre that’s making its way into a worldwide consciousness.
As always I have a couple ground rules:
1. No one that’s no longer with us. There are some artists who’ve passed on who would’ve loved to sink their teeth into K-pop; however, without them around to even tickle the possibility, there’s really no point to add them, yes? That’s why as much as I’d love to add Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes to the list, unfortunately for all of us, there’s not a chance for her to make that wish a reality.
2. They must be currently active in some fashion and, if with groups, must be complete. So if they’ve not been active for the past five years, then no dice.
Now without any further gilding of the lily, I give you my list of artists and groups (in alphabetical order) who I think could give K-pop the respect it deserves as a viable form of pop music.
As half of one of the most innovative and creatively avant garde acts in hip-hop, Andre Benjamin, known more commonly by his stage name André 3000, has reshaped the way people envision hip-hop and its connection to pop music. He’s helped usher in an era in which people can be flamboyant, creative and wild and stray completely from the path of what rap should be, pushing the limits of what it could be.
With his mindbending lyricism and his stratospheric flow, no one can deny that he’s one in million when it comes to the image of hip-hop. Thus, I think with his eye on things unique and certainly out of mainstream Western consciousness, his interpretation of K-pop would not only be respectful, but also add new dimension to the genre.
There’s no denying that Björk has been one of the most nuanced and evolutionary artists in music history. She’s a pixie of a woman with a big voice, a big heart and a big mind meant to mold and create sounds and images that always challenge, provoke and, at times, confuse. She’s always believed what she makes is pop music, pared down to its most primal elements. It has to be impressive, has to grab your attention and has to have that “X factor” that keeps you coming back for more.
For the better part of 25 years, Björk has done that almost better than anybody. Her signature Icelandic ad libbing and scatting in her songs makes a point that many people have made before: as long as it touches you in some way, language is arbitrary. Her interpretation of pop is perfect for K-pop, a genre that derives much of its composition from Western influences while still maintaining something uniquely and proudly Korean, much in the same way Björk’s music is proudly Icelandic.
Pop music’s true space cowboys, the duo of Guy-Manuel de Homem-Christo and Thomas Bangalter have created some of the most awe-inspiring music taken straight from the farthest reaches of the solar system. Their 2013 sensation Random Access Memories pretty much created pop music anew. With a nuanced reimagining of dance music, the group of musicians has repeatedly reinvented the genre and given listeners and viewers alike something to feast on.
Their visual album Discovery, set to an anime story of an alien pop band, is indicative of the type of full-sensory experience they offer fans. Their love of experimentation and certainly their affinity for dance music make them prime candidates for a K-pop smash. Their lyrics are usually quite simple unless they’re collaborating with another artist, but there’s no doubt in my mind they’d be willing to try their hand at the musicality of the Korean language to frame their interplanetary music.
Okay. So this woman’s voice and her entire visual persona is sugar, spice and everything fierce and nasty. The soft prettiness of her voice belies her lyrical toughness and the images she sets them to. She’s the type of raw and unapologetic artist that could give K-pop a few thousand volts of electricity, the likes of which the genre probably hasn’t really seen since artists such as the ever-evolving Lee Jung-hyun and the earliest days of BoA and Kahi.
She’s powerful and frightening, a combination that K-pop may need. To know her music and her videos is to either be confused or fearful of her or to want to adorn the ground she walks on with kisses and tears. That sounds a bit like the idols fangirls and boys worship, yes? And what an idol she’d be.
Without a doubt one of the most charismatic, nuanced voices in pop music today, this Kiwi vocalist is equal parts soul, RB and dramatic pop. While she errs on the more soul and blues side, her RB-infused pop leaves room for some truly exceptional music videos that are both awe-inspiring and full of visual images that remain imprinted on a viewer’s psyche long after the final frame.
She’s an artist who could take K-pop and put some meat on its bones. Add a layer of soul and vocal power to the watery tones of Korean. and her fondness for the likes of Jeff Buckley, Mary J. Blige, TLC and other artists of a generation of “90s Babies,” you’ve got an artist who is the sum of all of her influences and more, much in the same way K-pop tends to accumulate influences and create its core pop sound.
Honestly, when I first saw them, I thought of them as the British Miss A. I hadn’t heard anything so infectiously pop since the Spice Girls, especially when it came to the ladies. They’ve got the vocal fortitude and visual appeal to actually pull off a K-pop concept with some integrity and genuine energy. They dance hard and with authority, while still maintaining powerful and impressive harmonies and group unity. And lets not forget that they have already dipped their toes in the water, with a Korean version of Wings.
Barring my actual thoughts on Nicki, there’s no doubt that she has a visual grandness that makes her prime for K-pop. Having already dabbled at least superficially in the genre with her video for “Check It Out,” her collaboration with Will.i.am, she has something that millions of people are drawn to much in the same way people are inexplicably drawn to a genre performed in a language they’re unfamiliar with. Whether it’s her brazenness, her flamboyant visual style, or her representation of female anatomy in the spirit of womanhood, you can’t deny her appeal. She has a respect for people that many fail to see or even mention.
Whether or not I actually believe her some poster child for feminism, I do recognize her as a positive person who really just wants things to sparkle and make people smile. She does that in a way that’s very similar to the effect K-pop has on millions of people all over the world. If she truly wanted to, I think she’d embrace the Korean language and create some music and MVs on par with her K-pop counterparts.
Not much can be said about this group, one of the best-selling (if not, the best selling) female groups of all time. Before Little Mix, there was the Spice Girls. These five women really redefined pop music in the ’90s. With everything being about boy groups, especially in Britain and the US, this quintet of neighborhood girls was singular in their solidarity and definitely had a message that anyone can get behind.
They represented something very positive that for a singular moment in the mid-late ’90s gave millions of girls and boys something exceptional to believe in: that no matter who they were, what they wanted to be, they could achieve that with a little bit of positive energy and a whole lot of ambition.
Barring how the years between the eventual departure of Geri Halliwell (known by her stage persona Ginger Spice) and their reunion tour with all five women present and accounted for, the group itself has a love of every culture and anything that brought some sunlight to the world. And who doesn’t want to get behind that? With their flash, unique identities and their infectious pop songs, I think if there’s one girl group that could epitomize everything K-pop, it’s the Spice Girls.
Obviously this isn’t an exhaustive list, as with any of my lists. But when I sat down and thought long and hard about it, these are the artists who instantly popped in my head being able to bring something genuine to K-pop, giving it the respect that some of these “artists” who want a slice of the K-pop pie lack. Which artists or groups do you see trying their hand at the ever-growing genre and handling it with dignity?