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Part 1 (1 – 10) Part 2 (11 – 20) Part 3 (21 – 30)
Here comes another 10 pretty KPop idols, have a look at the list below:
Part 4 (31 – 40)
31. Tia (Chocolat)
32. Bomi (APink)
33. Mina (AOA)
34. Nara (Hello Venus)
35. Jessica (Girls” Generation)
36. Sunhwa (Secret)
37. Hyemi (9Muses)
38 Gyuri (KARA)
39. Lizzy (After School)
40. Sulli (f(x))
Final part coming soon, who do you think should be included in the list?...
Upcoming tvN Mon-Tues drama “My Secret Hotel” released its main teaser starring Yoo In Na, Nam Goong Min, Jin Yi Han, and Lee Young Eun!
The teaser shows a mysterious murder that happens during wedding manager Nam Sang Hyo”s (Yoo In Na) ex-husband”s wedding. Yoo In Na”s voice-over says, “My ex-husband”s wedding. A corpse falls from the sky,” leaving those at the hotel to solve the case. ...
Here is the Preview of Discovery of Romance Episode 11 (Discovery of Love Episode 11). This episode will be aired on KBS tonight. Don’t miss it!
We released a list of 8 Bikini Photos that of K-Pop Idols That Went Viral and the list was so popular amongst our readers, we decided to make another! Check out some of the most viral bikini summer photos that have gone viral both in Korea and internationally amongst K-Pop fans!
2. AOA Jimin
3. Miss A – Min
4. Lee Hyori
I”m pretty sure that KPop fans are quite familiar with “airport fashion”.
KPop idols are well-known of their stylish fashion sense and they do the same too at the airport, who among the idols have the best airport fashion?
After collecting opinions from our readers, we came out with the list below:
1. Suzy (miss A)
2. Bora (SISTAR)
3. Sulli (f(x))
4. CL (2NE1)
5. Jessica (Girls” Generation)
Part 2 will be revealed tomorrow...
Here comes the 2nd part of the Top 10 Female Idols in swimsuit, check out the list below:
6. Son Dambi
7. Suzy (miss A)
8. Bora (SISTAR)
9. NS Yoonji
10. Hong Jinyoung
Who else should enter the list?
As part of the “ALS Ice Bucket Challenge“, SISTAR“s Hyorin, INFINITE“s Dongwoo, SPICA“s Boa, B.I.G, Nicole, Clazziquai“s Alex, Lee Sang Yoon, Jang Hyuk, Wang Ji Won, Kim So Hyun, Park Kyung Lim, Park Soo Hong, EXO“s Lay, Kwon Sang Woo, TINT, and F.T. Island“s Seunghyun either got drenched with a bucket of ice water to raise awareness about ALS (Lou Gehrig”s Disease) or made a donation to ALS research. ...
“Discovery of Love,” also called “Discovery of Romance,” has been described as a different kind of k-drama romance.
The romantic comedy is a sequel to the “I Need Romance” series, which has already been praised as presenting a more realistic kind of romantic comedy. The three editions of the “I Need Romance” series earned dedicated fans due to their strong leading female characters, women who have both serious careers and some romantic experience....
Added episode 7 for the Korean drama “Discovery of Romance”
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“Discovery of Romance” (2014)
Directed by Kim Seong-yoon, Lee Eung-bok
Written by Jeong Hyeon-jeong
Network : KBS
With Jeong Yu-mi, Eric Moon, Seong Joon, Yoon Jin-i, Yoon Hyeon-min, Kim Seul-gi-I,…
16 episodes – Mon, Tue 22:00
Also known as “Discovery of Love” and formerly known as “Finding True Love” on HanCinema
Han Yeo-reum (Jeong Yu-mi)”s life seems perfect. She is a designer who owns her own successful workshop, she lives with her two best childhood friends, and she has a sweet, successful boyfriend of 3 years, Nam Ha-jin (Seong Joon), who might pop the big question any day. Her life seems to be heading in the right direction, until she suddenly comes face to face with her selfish and snobby, but somehow charming, designer ex-boyfriend of 5 years, Kang Tae-ha (Eric Moon). As Han Yeo-reum begins working closely with Kang Tae-ha on a design project, old feelings begin to re-emerge. Meanwhile, it seems that Nam Ha-jin is facing his own crisis of love when his childhood friend, Ahn Ah-rim, declares her feelings for him. Will the members of this massive love square be able to sort through their complicated, tangled feelings to find true love?...
Is it okay to lie to someone to protect them? Do secrets do more harm than good, or are secrets something that can save someone from hurt? This episode focuses on whether or not it’s ever acceptable to lie in order to shield someone from being hurt, or if total honesty is better even though the truth can do irreparable damage. Interesting how nobody considers that possibly, not doing the hurtful thing in the first place might be the correct answer....