Park Yoochun and Park Ha Sun co-star in the political action thriller "Three Days." She plays a policewoman and he plays a presidential bodyguard. They both become involved in uncovering the truth about an incident that cost innocent civilian lives and together they help to prevent another tragedy.
Because it"s hard to know who is pulling the strings in this plot, it"s hard for their characters to know whom to trust. But they come to trust each other and grow close.
We think these actors make a great team and would make a cute real-life couple.
Here are three reasons why.
1. We suspect that she has crushed on him for a while. Or at the very least she has respected his work as an actor. She spoke of wanting to act with him ever since she admired his work as the time-traveling royal in "Rooftop Prince
Girls’ Generation member Sunny will be working alongside fellow agency artists Baekhyun (EXO), Onew (SHINee), and Kyuhyun (Super Junior) in the musical “Singing in the Rain.” She will play the main female role of Cathy, a character who dreams of becoming a musical actress. Sunny has been participating in practices for the musical since the first of this month, working hard to perfect her performance.
“Singing in the Rain” is a musical adaptation of the 1952 movie of the same name, famous for the scene in which the male lead tap dances in the rain with an umbrella. It was first made as a musical in London in 1983, and has since been hugely popular all over the world.
The play will be on from June 5 through August 3 at the Chungmu Art Hall in Seoul
Girls" Generation"s Sunny will be joining EXO"s Baekhyun in SM Entertainment"s production of the musical "Singin" in the Rain".
The agency confirmed that the labelmates would be working together on April 24, "She"ll be starring opposite Super Junior"s Kyuhyun and EXO"s Baekhyun. She"s already started practice." SHINee"s Onew is also set to star in the project.
This marks Sunny"s return to musicals after "Catch Me if You can" in 2012. "Singin" in the Rain" is scheduled to show from June 5 to August 3 at the Choongmoo Art Hall in Seoul.
Getting her umbrella ready, Girls’ Generation’s Sunny has been cast in the upcoming musical Singin′ in the Rain.
Sunny will be playing the character, Cathy, a hopeful theater actress, in Singin′ in the Rain, which will open its curtains in June. EXO’s Baekhyun, SHINee’s Onew, and Super Junior’s Kyuhyun have also been cast in the musical, based on the 1952 classic movie of the same title.
The musical will begin on June 5 until August 3 at the Chungmu Art Hall’s Grand Theatre.
Sunny previously acted in the musical Catch Me If You Can in 2012.
Sunny is confirmed to star in musical "Singin' In The Rain".
She will play along with Super Junior's Kyuhyun, SHINee's Onew and EXO's Baekhyun as the heroine. It was said that she has joined the musical practice since earlier this month and has been putting in much effort in order to show her best performance to everyone.
"Singin' In The Rain" musical will take place at Chungmu Art Hall's Grand Theatre from June 5th - August 3rd.
Girls’ Generation‘s Sunny has recenly left a warning message to what seems like a sasaeng fan.
On January 15, Sunny tweeted, “I was driving to my parent’s house to eat some food at home. I’m not very experienced in driving so I can’t do things like shake off a closely following tail. But me being scared and nervous comes second. Others may get into an accident because of the way you drive. There is nothing for you to take today so please don’t follow me.”
At around 8AM, Sunny was heading toward her parent’s home in her car when it seems like sasaeng fan was chasing after her. It is known that Sunny was driving alone without her manager so she was a bit flustered at the dangerous driving, which is what led her to tweet that message.
In other news, Sunny delighted fans with a snapshot of her and bandmate YoonA after a concert in Thailand
How has Girls’ Generation (SNSD) changed over the years?
Recently dubbing animated film Rio 2, SNSD’s Sunny mentioned her SNSD members in an interview saying, “We have become something other than family to each other. We cheer for one another no matter where we are and what we are doing. I realized that even our individual activities are part of SNSD. I always support them.”
There are nine of them. They dreamed their dreams together, made their debut and grew. It would be a lie to say there were no conflicts along the way. All nine could not receive the spotlight evenly all the time.
Sunny agreed and said, “When we were younger, there was a time when all nine of us had more greed for individual benefits. I think we wanted to stand out among the other members.”
She continued, “We all had different thoughts, such as ‘I can do this well, I want to do this, I want to sing alone, I want to act…’ But there came a moment when we started understanding each other and got to know more about one another
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In a Korea Times feature about the current state of Girls" Generation, some Korean music industry insiders suggest that the famed girl group is nearing disbandment.
Despite being regarded as the most popular K-Pop girl group with dedicated fans around the globe, is Girls" Generation on the way out? That is was some Korean music industry professionals seem to think.
In a piece published in the Korea Times last week, it was suggested that the recently revealed relationships and scandals surrounding a few of the band"s members provide evidence that the nine-member K-Pop group is running out of steam.
Girls" Generation is managed by big-time Korean entertainment agency SM Entertainment, a record label notorious for keeping its artists on a tight leash