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Following up to their comeback tune video “Rush” being released remaining month, MONSTA X has now published a different music video for their song “Hero.”
Recorded on a rooftop, the men exhibit their impressive choreography whilst showcasing the beautiful Seoul skyline.Watch it below!
Currently, the crowd is still doing promotions for “Rush” and conducted the song last evening on Music Bank.
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MONSTA X have printed an excessively special clip for their tune "Hero"!
"Hero" is a song from their fresh 2d mini album "Rush". Lovers enjoyed MONSTA X" music video for their name song "Rush", and this special rooftop clip of "Hero" is every other thing to enjoy! Produced through Rhymer and Punch Sound, written by Punch Sound, Rhymer, Joohyun, and IM, and composed and organized by Punch Sound, "Hero" has an upbeat sound that may stay you up.
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On the 7th episode of SBS" Wednesday & Thursday drama, "Yong Pal", Kim Taehyeon (Joo Won) and Han Yeojin (Kim Tae-hee) had a date on the rooftop of the hospital.
As soon as Kim Taehyeon aroused from sleep from his fatal condition because of the gun shot injury, he went to look Han Yeojin. Han Yeojin used to be covering her face with bandage whilst she used to be disguised as somebody else below the call of Kim Migyeong, a patient in coma in extensive care unit.
Kim Taehyeon played a track for Han Yeojin and then took her to the rooftop of the medical institution building. Han Yeojin took off the bandage from her face and breathed in the brand new air for the primary time in 3 years. Kim Taehyeon asked her how she felt about the revel in to have the brand new air in 3 years.
Han Yeojin cried out of joy and walked around on the rooftop, despite the fact that she had to stumble. She thanked Kim Taehyeon whilst she used to be very much happy.
In the second episode of the new drama "High Society," the characters played by Uee and Lim Ji Yeon spend some quality time hanging out together outside of Lim Ji Yeon"s rooftop apartment. Lim Ji Yeon"s character is poor and Uee"s character is slumming because she thinks her friend"s life is more appealing than her own.
Rootop apartments are a romantic place to live in k-dramas. No matter how humble they are, the skyline glitters around them, offering a million dollar view that even the poorest k-drama characters can enjoy.
Rooftop apartments might traditionally have been considered a place that poor people lived because they could not afford anything better. Getting there does involve climbing a lot of stairs at the end of a long day. But in some dramas rich kids also live in rooftop apartments because they like the romantic notion of living so high above the city and being able to enjoy the wonderful view.
Here are five dramas that feature rooftop apartments and how the apartment features into the drama.
(Photo : SBS) 1. "High Society"
Uee is only pretending to be poor. She"s the daughter of a wealthy but very cold-hearted family. Her best friend and supermarket co-worker, played by Lim Ji Yeon really is poor so she lives in a rooftop apartment. Uee can hardly invite her friend hom so they spend most of their time hanging out at her rooftop apartment.
(Photo : SBS) 2. "Rooftop Prince"
This drama, starring Park Yoochun and Han Ji Min probably spends the most time out of any drama on the roof. It"s where Han Ji Min lives and where Park Yoochun and his Joseon-era cohorts are transported when they mysteriously shuffle through time. Her home does not remain a rooftop hovel for long as the princely Park Yoochun transforms it into a very fashionable home.
Sunny has lent her sweet vocals for a collaboration song called "Heart Throbbing"!
The song is a collaboration with indie band Rooftop House Studio for their debut, and it seems perfect for this season of spring flings!
Check out the video above featuring Yewon!
Sunny showcased her sweet voice for "Heart Throbbing"!
The song is a collaboration with indie band Rooftop House Studio for their debut, and Sunny sings of sweet love to match the warm season. The MV features Yewon, and looks like it"ll be just as sweet as the song itself!
Check out the teaser above and stay tuned for more about its release!
New indie group "Rooftop House Studio" was lucky enough to scout one of the most popular idols in the industry. Girls" Generation"s Sunny will be singing a duet with the indie group for their digital single "Heart Throbbing"!
In the teaser video, which brings to mind the drama "Rooftop Prince", Sunny introduced herself by saying, "I"ve come to the studio of Rooftop House Studio for a collaboration. I"ve heard that I"m the first participant. I"ll work hard to make a good song. Please look forward to Sunny and Rooftop House Studio"s "Heart Throbbing"."
The MV teaser for the digital single "Heart Throbbing" will be released on April 20, and the full music video and track will be released the day after on April 21!
Are you looking forward to their collaboration?
Dashing in black coat and looking fresh with his mint green polo shirt, Kim Hyun Joong surely captured countless hearts as he featured for March wallpaper of Lotte Duty Free Shop. Kim Hyun Joong Lotte duty free
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Actor Hong Jong Hyun, who is currently starring in variety show "We Got Married" has received a love call for "Sense of Men and Women" male lead!
On February 10th, Hong Jong Hyun′s agency rep told Newsen, "His appearance in SBS′ Sense of Men and Women is being discussed internally. Nothing has been confirmed yet."
SBS′ new drama Sense of Men and Woman is being written by Lee Hee Myung, who wrote Rooftop Prince starring Park Yoo Chun and Han Ji Min, as well as Yawang starring Kwon Sang Woo. The drama′s title was recently changed from The Girl Who Sees Smells.
To be broadcast following the conclusion of Hyde, Jekyll, Me, Sense of Men and Women is about a man who loses his sister through a murder case and a woman who miraculously survived the same incident.
Park Yoo Chun is currently being considered for the lead, as Hong Jong Hyun is looking into rivaling Park Yoo Chun′s offered character.
There’s nothing I love more than a woman capable of being independent and strong. Although there are plenty of characters that come to mind when I think about who applies, Park Ha from “Rooftop Prince” always makes the list. I might be cheating a little bit, but when you add in Park Ha’s past life, Hong Bu Yong, then she’s even more ideal of a woman.
For our Woman Crush Wednesday this week, we’ll be focusing on both aspects of Park Ha – her present day self and her past self. I mean, haven’t you ever wondered how much of yourself was influenced by your past life? Interesting to think about, isn’t it?
But let’s take a look at Park Ha, shall we? (Spoilers ahead.)
1. Park Ha doesn’t take anyone’s attitude.
Lee Gak certainly has an attitude and temper befitting of a Crown Prince, but no matter his status in Joseon, Park Ha is boss in Seoul. That means butting heads so much, they might as well have been glued together. When Park Ha isn’t busy exchanging commands and showing Lee Gak who the real leader is around here, she’s also constantly warding off Hong Se Na‘s devious schemes. Seems like the poor woman could never get a break!
Whether as Park Ha or Bu Yong, her brains are always on display. No, not literally! As Bu Yong, she was clearly the smarter of the two sisters who could always answer the Crown Prince’s riddles and playfully banter with him in poetry. She had even saved her sister, Hong Hwa Yong, from shame and embarrassment on multiple occasions by engaging Lee Gak in distracting conversation when it was clear her sister had no idea how to respond to the Crown Prince’s apparent adoration for poetry and literature. In the present day as Park Ha, she has been independent practically her entire life and knows how to take care of herself. If something is fishy, Park Ha can usually tell.
It takes a lot of courage and guts to team up with Lee Gak in order to draw out criminals, Hong Se Na and Yong Tae Mu, but Park Ha does it with fierce determination. She willingly dives into danger to bring justice and help Lee Gak solve the mystery of why he was transported to the modern times and figure out what really happened to Yong Tae Yong, his present day self. As her past self, there is no better sign of inner strength than to willingly eat dried permissions that have been sprinkled with poison, knowing that she’s, not only saving her evil family, but the Crown Prince as well.
4. Park Ha is influential.
How much influential power does it take to make a Crown Prince lose his composure and participate in childish pranks? How much influence must he be under in order to squeal and prance around after realizing how fun the modern times can be? Enough said! Haha.
5. Park Ha always maintains a sense of positivity.
She’s been through a lot, both as a child and as an adult, but Park Ha is always seen with a smile on her face, a bright, upbeat attitude, and a positive outlook on life. She doesn’t let anything kick her down for long and she knows how to get revenge when it counts. (How many times did Park Ha prank Lee Gak over his holier-than-thou attitude? Haha!) She knows to never give up because, only then, is there still hope. It’s not to say that Park Ha doesn’t feel negativity, because she does, but she does not allow it to control her. To me, that is a great quality to possess!
Soompiers, was Park Ha ever one of your favorite characters? What are your thoughts on her being our Woman Crush Wednesday this week? Who are you looking forward to seeing next? Let me know in the comments below! Until next week!