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The thrilling show called “The Scholar Who Walks the Night" appeared to have been rolled out with the introduction of the first script reading
MBCs new Wednesday-Thursday drama The Scholar Who Walks the Night revealed photos from the first script reading with the leads present.
In the photos that were revealed, Lee Jun Ki, Lee Yoo Bi, TVXQs Changmin, Lee Soo Hyuk, Kim So Eun and others sit around a table and focus on script reading.
Before the script reading, the staff and actors all greeted each other and revealed their excitement at the drama that they will be working on together.
The producer Lee Sung Joon said to the staff and actors, The Scholar Who Walks the Night will basically be a mellow drama. Its a relief that we were able to have great actors, and thanks to the writers, the preparations are going well. I would like to thank the writers who wrote the script. Starting July, it will be monsoon season and if we film at night, there will be mosquitoes and it might get difficult, but I hope well have fun filming. Please give us a lot of help.
In the script reading that followed, the actors made eye contact with each other as they tested out their chemistry together. Lee Jun Ki expressed his calm, collected character, and Lee Yoo Bi brightened the atmosphere as she got into character of her bubbly book-seller character. Lee Soo Hyuk looked as if he was on set with his booming voice while acting out his angry character Kwi, and Changmin perfectly and calmly expressed his playful character, Lee Yoon the Crown Prince. Kim So Eun also shed her bright and playful image to express her chic and cold character Hye Ryeong.
The Scholar Who Walks the Night, which kicked off its production with the script reading, will follow up Warm and Cozy and is slated to start airing in July.
Historical Vampire Drama “The Scholar Who Walks the Night” to Air in July Following “Agreeably Warm Lee Jun Ki, Lee Yoo Bi, Kim So Eun, TVXQ’s Changmin Confirmed for “The Scholar Who Walks the Night Related
(Photo : CJ Entertainment ) One of the most unique stories to grace the Korean silver screen in quite some time is Twenty, starring Kim Woo Bin, Kang Ha Neul and Junho of 2PM. Twenty provides a humorous perspective on young adults in Korea.
(Photo : CJ Entertainment ) Kim Woo Bin channels his slightly off-putting charisma from The Heirs into the role of Chi Hoo, a high school horn dog who is not reluctant to grope girls. Kang Ha Neul is Gyung Jae, a studious young adult who attempts to enter the business world directly from his teenage years. While they enjoy carefree lives, 2PMs Junho is tasked with caring for his family as Dong Woo, as studious, aspiring illustrator.
(Photo : CJ Entertainment ) Twenty is one of the most realistic young adult films, in quite some time. One of the best quotes of the movie is delivered by Gyung Jae. During a pivotal moment at the opening, he said, We are now forced to choose between our dreams.
Gyung Jae is shy in his approach of women along with Dong Woo. Chi Hoo has the confidence to approach Soo Bin through a simple note, which leads to backyard groping. He wins the the ability to date her after the guys settle their score through rock, paper, scissors. They become modern-day Three Musketeers, banding together over their common flaws.
(Photo : CJ Entertainment ) Twenty plays out the way that teen dramas like The Heirs should have, with women settling love triangles by slapping the guys, rather than their female counterparts. But their high school days come to an end at graduation, where they are forced to choose their paths towards adulthood. They are approaching 20-years-old and have not yet submerged themselves into the mundane activities that make adults boring.
Gyung Jae approaches their situation from the most practical perspective. He recognizes that they have become older and need to accept responsibility.
However, Chi Hoo thinks he has the best solution; he would rather focus on sex than growing up. He points out that Koreans worry and become obsessed with homework while Germans are more concerned with sexually transmitted diseases. It is a simplistic view of adulthood but one that is fostered by many twentysomethings. He then goes on to point out the conditions which are created by a life spent obsessing over sex- Audis and luxury cars.
He becomes the quintessential man child, accepting a life of clubbing over work at his parents restaurant. During an accidental run-in with Jin Joo (Min Hyo Rin), he is struck by with inspiration to become a director. Veteran actor Park Hyuk Kwon (Unkind Women), serves as his inspiration to pursue a career in film.
Jung So Min (Playful Kiss, Big Man) portrays Seul Moo, Chi Hos hapless girlfriend, who falls in love with him when he carelessly gropes her in the back of their high school.
Lee Yoo Bin (Pinocchio) is adorable as Gyung Jaes sister, So Hee, who is obsessed with Dong Woo. She is supportive of his artist lifestyle and rarely criticizes him.
4 Minutes Whats Your Name serves as a hilarious plot device, during a noreabong scene in the film. Twenty explores the surrealism of the song and the bizarre, off-kilter concept which framed its promotion.
Music plays an important part in the progress of the film. The 1975 Eric Carmen hit All By Myself also plays a key role in the film, as the key characters struggle to recognize the importance of a unified front.
At the end of the day, the young men portrayed by Kim Woo Bin, Kang Ha Neul and Junho are just geeky young men who are struggling to find their way in life. Twenty is a film that people who are over 21 can easily relate to and contains a story that adolescents can aspire towards.
Twenty is a must-see film which truthfully captures the invigorating sentiments of young men and women in their twenties.
"Twenty" is not rated but parental guidance is suggested for younger audienes.
With his sudden surge in popularity after his appearances on variety shows, M.I.B's Kangnam has released his solo track!
He teased for his first solo track through his Twitter where he shared the album jacket photo.
The song is titled "What Do I Do", and its definitely a track you do not miss out on!
Finally, JYJ has rolled out their ‘7th World Water Forum” CF.
On December 16th, C-Jes Entertainment has reported that, "For 2 weeks from December 15th to 28th, JYJ"s "7th World Water Forum" CF will be broadcasted worldwide through BBC, CCN, Arirang TV. It can also be seen in Asia, Europe, the Middle East and Africa".
JYJ has been appointed as ambassadors for various campaign thanks to their global popularity such as in 2011 they become UNAIDS Regional Goodwill Ambassador for Asia and the Pacific, Korea-Japan Exchanges Exhibition and Seoul Nuclear Security Summit Ambassadors in 2012, they're also the ambassador for 2014 Incheon Asian Games and they're now honorary ambassadors for World Water Forum 2015.
Meanwhile, JYJ is proceeding with their "2014 JYJ Japan Dome Tour"
Sean rolled out YG charitable program, handing out free food for everyone.
Sean documented the volunteer activity on his Instagram, releasing photos of the scene. “How is Bopcha this delicious,” the artist wrote. “Seriously, the food we are giving out is so good! The YG Bopcha is out at the Sejong Village Purme Center! We are sharing our food with children with disabilities and their parents.”
He continued, “We heard that 150 people would be showing up, but 300 people have come. The volunteers and YG staff have all done a great job. As honorary ambassador for the Purme Foundation, I’d like to thank everyone! Today was a great day~.” Sean also uploaded an exclusive images of the Bopcha, writing “Bopcha proof shot.”
The Bopcha is a part of YG Entertainment’s “YG WITH Campaign,” in which YG artists and staff work to promote a charitable culture. The Bopcha will continue to be sent out to in order provide a warm meal for those in need.
KBS 2TV‘s high rating drama ‘You Who Rolled in Unexpectedly‘ bagged 6 awards at the recently concluded Korea Drama Awards 2012.
The Korean Drama Awards is one of the programs of the Korean Drama Festival. The 2012 event was held on October 2 at the Gyeongnam CultureArts Center.
The drama won the following:
1. The Daesang Award (Kim Nam Joo) – top award
4. Best Child Actor (Kwak Dong Yeon)
5. Male Excellence Award (Lee Hee Joon)
Other winners include the dramas ‘Deep-Rooted Tree‘, ‘Chaser‘, ‘Rooftop Prince‘, ‘Phantom‘, and ‘Golden Time‘.
Upon hearing this news, netizens left many comments, writing, “‘You Who Rolled in Unexpectedly’ really is a national drama“, “‘You Who Rolled in Unexpectedly’ received 6 awards and Kim Nam Joo got Daesang. This is the best“, and “That drama really deserves it“ and more.
It was not unexpected at all that "You Who Rolled In Unexpectedly" swept up six awards at the 2012 Korea Drama Awards.
The awards ceremony was held October 2nd, with the hit drama having received the Grand Award (or "Daesang") for its lead actress Kim Nam-joo. The remaining five awards were for Best Work Of Art, Best Writer Award, Best Child Actor Award for Kwak Dong-yeon's performance, Male Excellence Award for Lee Hee-joon's performance, and the Special Award for acting.
Some other dramas that got nods were "Deep-Rooted Tree", "Chaser", "Rooftop Prince", "Phantom", and "Golden Time".
In 2006, at a beauty event, actress Jo Yoon Hee does not focus on her eye makeup but instead allows her clear, beautiful skin to take center stage, making her look even younger, with a point given to her lip tint and blush.
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[Ceci] "You Who Rolled In Unexpectedly" Actress Jo Yoon Hee Shows Being a Tomboy Brings the Boys Out
Fashion magazine “Ceci” has chosen actress Jo Yoon Hee, who with long hair bears a startling resemblance to K-Pop’s sexy queen Lee Hyori, to model careless tomboy looks for this fall with her amazingly clear skin and pretty eyes.
Recently, actress Jo Yoon Hee has become thought of as a hot style icon for her style transformation due to her role as the middle sister of three named Bang Yi Sook in the wildly popular KBS weekend drama “You Who Rolled In Unexpectedly.” In the drama, Bang Yi Sook was born on the day her older brother, Bang Gwi Nam, was lost and, becoming lost in the ensuing scramble of the family to pick up the pieces of their lives, she simply became self-sufficient and independent. As a result, her style on the drama is composed of jeans, sneakers, and button-downs, or other utilitarian articles of clothing. In particular, she cuts her hair very short in keeping with her characters desire to be self-sufficient and not worry about her vanity.
Getting rid of her long hair was the biggest transformation the pretty actress had undergone for a role. The so-called bowl cut is a simple short cut that follows the shape of one’s head. A short cut brings the shape of one’s face to the forefront and allows one’s facial features to stand out as opposed to fading into the overall appearance.
Jo Yoon Hee: I had an uncommon attachment to my long black hair. In this drama, I had no choice but to cut my hair for the character, but after cutting it all off, I think it really brings out my face’s good points. I changed my image to a bright and cute image, for the innocent character.”
CNBLUE member Kang Minhyuk, who received much love for his role as Cha Se Kwang, finally concluded the filming for KBS’s You Who Rolled In Unexpectedly
On September 7th, Minhyuk posted on his Twitter, “The 8-month shooting for ‘You Who Rolled In Unexpectedly’ has ended… I’m sad but it was a fun last showing! It’s too bad I couldn’t take pictures with each actor and staff member.. I love you all!“.
Along with his tweet, Minhyuk shared photos from the drama’s wrap-up party, showing Minhyuk posing with fellow actors Yoo Joon Sang, Kim Won Jun, and Kwak Dong Yeon, as well as the other actors from the show.
Meanwhile, You Who Rolled In Unexpectedly will air its final episode on September 9th.
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