G-Dragon Accused of Putting on Blackface in Tribute to Trayvon Martin

Big Bang‘s G-Dragon is making the news in Western news sources, but not because of his concerts or his music. The popular K-Pop rapper has caused controversy with an Instagram photo that may not have been very well thought out.

The picture in question was shared through his official Instagram account on July 30. In it, he wears a gray T-shirt over his head and has his face painted black. Along with the picture comes the simple caption, “X.”

G-Dragon has been known to post unusual photos before, but this one came in bad timing. Online news sources pointed out that the picture looks similar to the trend of American artists paying tribute to slain American youth Trayvon Martin by wearing a hoodie. With the black paint on G-Dragon’s face, the picture comes off as a distasteful homage to Trayvon Martin

The Queen's Classroom Finale Review: Go Hyun Jung's Last Words to the Class "Go to Middle School"

In the last episode of The Queen’s Classroom, Ma Yeo Jin(played by Go Hyun Jung) lastly said to the class to go to middle school.

Yeo Jin secretly came to school to see the graduation. The vice principal who saw her, sent her to the class she used to teach. The students started to thank her one by one.

As the kids cry, Yeo Jin said, “Don’t be pathetic.” Just when Yeo Jin turned around to leave, the class sang a song, ‘Teacher’s Gratitude’. Yeo Jin turned around again and said, “Until when are you going to cry like this? Go to middle school.”

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Hallyu Star Choi Ji Woo To Play “The Housekeeper”

Choi Ji Woo

Choi Ji Woo

 

Hallyu star Choi Ji Woo will return to the small screen in a new SBS drama, "The Housekeeper."

Those new to kdrama may not know that Choi Ji Woo is not just anyHallyu star. She was one of the first. Her roles in the dramas "Stairwayto Heaven," "Beautiful Days" and "Winter Sonata," helped launch theKorean wave that continues to export kdramas around the world.

The 2002 drama "Winter Sonata," in which she starred with Bae YongJoon, became a major hit throughout Asia, especially in Japan. Japanesefans gave her the nickname Princess Ji Woo and she continues to be a bigbox office draw there.

In her first few roles, she portrayed an innocent girl and subsequentattempts to play anything else did not fare well with Korean critics.In the 2011 drama "Can't Lose" she played a divorce lawyer in the middleof a divorce with her onscreen husband played by Yoon Sang Hyun

“Shark” Has Ended But The Son Ye Jin-Kim Nam Gil Chemistry Has Not

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Kim Nam Gil and Son Ye Jin

 

The menacing moody melodrama "Shark" has ended and if you have notseen the last episode-spoiler alert-you may want to skip this storyuntil you do.

Viewers suspected that the show could not end well. Revenge dramasrarely do. And since the show's alternate title "Don't Look Back"indicates that it's based at least partly on the Greek myth of Orpheusand Eurydice, viewers may have guessed that Yi Soo and Hae Woo could notend up together.

In that story, Orpheus is responsible for sending Eurydice to thehellish underworld. He begs the gods to let him rescue her and bring herback to life. They say yes on one condition. He can lead her out but hemust never look back. But Orpheus cannot resist looking back and heloses her.

In "Shark," it would seem that the minute Yi Soo stopped focusing onrevenge and looked back at Hae Woo, remembering how much he loved her,he let down his guard and made himself vulnerable

I Hear Your Voice Finale Review: Jung Woong In Gets Away with Death Penalty with Help from Yoon Sang Hyun

In the last episode of I Hear Your Voice, Min Joon Gook(played by Jung Woong In) was able to get away with death penalty with help from his lawyer, Cha Gwan Woo(played by Yoon Sang Hyun).

Ever since, Gwan Woo worked as Joon Gook’s attorney, he helped him admit his wrongs. Gwan Woo said, “We are going to lodge an appeal if they sentence a death penalty.” Joon Gook, who had no one on his side, flinched and asked, “We? I haven’t heard that word for a long time.”

Eventually, Joon Gook was able to avoid death and was sentenced to life imprisonment with help from Gwan Woo.

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The Queen's Classroom Finale Review: Go Hyun Jung was Innocent

In the last episode of The Queen’s Classroom, it was revealed that Ma Yeo Jin(played by Go Hyun Jung) was not guilty.

Yong Hyun Ja(played by Yoon Yeo Jung) and Yang Min Hee(played by Choi Yoon Young) had a conversation about Yeo Jin’s past. Hyun Ja said, “Miss Ma is innocent. She was set free after being found innocent. This happened because the student changed his testimony, but the truth was all revealed”

She continued, “At that time, Miss Ma didn’t speak a word even though she was under a false accusation because she was thoughtful about her student.”

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I Hear Your Voice Finale Review: Lee Jong Suk's Dream of Becoming a Police Comes True

In the last episode of I Hear Your Voice, Park Soo Ha(played by Lee Jong Suk)’s dream of becoming a police came true.

On the day of Min Joon Sook(played by Jung Woong In)’s prosecution, Soo Ha had an interview of entering the police force. He talked about what he learned from the people around him, and how he became an adult because of them.

Jang Hye Sung(played by Lee Bo Young) was learning sign language to communicate well with her plaintiff. Soo Ha finally passed his exam and became a police. He came to see Hye Sung in court with a uniform on. He hugged her with joy.

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I Hear Your Voice Finale Review: Lee Bo Young & Lee Jong Suk Kiss with a Happy Ending

In the last episode of I Hear Your Voice, Jang Hye Sung(played by Lee Bo Young) and Park Soo Ha(played by Lee Jong Suk) kissed with a happy ending.

While Soo Ha was away to the Public Prosecutor’s Office, Hye Sung read his diary and found out how much he cared about her. She was touched and teared up. When Soo Ha came back, she ran to him crying and said, “I’m sorry, Soo Ha. I’m sorry for pretending that I wasn’t relying on you when I totally was. I’m sorry that I’ve never expressed my feelings to you when I love you more than anyone else. I’m sorry for thinking about the end of us. I’m sorry for everything.”

As Soo Ha told her that he no longer needed to be imprisoned, Hye Sung suddenly changed and said, “Forget about what I just said

Song Joong Ki and Ha Yeon Soo Are a Fashionable Couple for Samsonite

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KBS Responds To JYJ Fan Demand With Cryptic Statement About FTC Sanction: Will JYJ Ever Return To South Korean Television?

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The vague quality of a KBS statement about a cancelled JYJ performance earlier this month, left many fans scratching their head.

Television network the Korean Broadcasting System (KBS) responded to a sanction issued last week by South Korea's Fair Trade Commission (FTC) barring SM Entertainment, the former record label of JYJ, from restricting the group's ability to appear on television.

Yet the vague quality of the KBS statement left many fans scratching their head.

"As we understand it, The Fair Trade Commission's sanction is directed towards SM Entertainment, the Korean Federation of Pop Culture and Art Industry (KFPCAI), and the organizations and companies that make up the KFPCAI," the KBS statement read.

The KFPCAI allegedly issued a formal request to three major broadcast stations, six music and cable stations, five online music sites and 11 album retailers to not sell or promote JYJ's first album "The Beginning," according to the website allkpop