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Hong Suk Chun Runs into BEAST’s Lee Ki Kwang and Yoon Doo Joon

Actor Hong Suk Chun recently shared of a photo he took with BEAST members Lee Ki Kwang and Yoon Doo Joon!

He shared the photo through his Twitter account on April 7 with the caption, “I met up with Doo Joon and Ki Kwang for the first time in a while. They’re still the amazing dongsaengs I know.”

In the photo,Yoon Doo Joon, Lee Ki Kwang, and Hong Suk Chun all smile happily for the camera while strolling outside. Yoon Doo Joon holds up a V-sign while Lee Ki Kwang appears to be holding a coffee in one hand while Hong Suk Chun takes the photo.

In related news, BEAST recently wrapped up their 2014 Japan Tour. BEAST toured seven cities throughout Japan including Tokyo, Osaka, and Hiroshima. They threw a total of 11 shows

Yoon Doo Joon, Lee Ki Kwang, Lee Jung and More Join “Our Neighborhood Arts and Physical Education” Soccer Team

BEAST members Yoon Doo Joon and Lee Ki Kwang, along with Seo Ji Seok and Lee Jung will join six others to form the “Our Neighborhood Arts and Physical Education” soccer team.

According to a representative of the KBS Variety Show Department, Kang Ho Dong, Seo Ji Seok, Jung Hyung Don, Lee Jung, Yoon Doo Joon, Lee Ki Kwang, Goo Ja Myung, speed skater Lee Kyu Hyuk, KBS anchor Jo Woo Jong, and former Korean soccer team member and KBS soccer commentator Lee Young Pyo will be starring in the soccer edition of “Our Neighborhood Arts and Physical Education” soccer team.

The ten members including MC Kang Ho Dong will be working together and will also venture to Brazil in June to cheer for the Korean soccer team at the World Cup

“Let’s Eat” Episode 16 Final

The drama dedicates most of its energy this time to resolving the crisis with jin-hee- which isn't really that much of a crisis so the seriousness is a bit off-putting. It would seem that for all the hullabaloo about the danger posed, there's not really much here that's terribly interesting. Waiting for this plot point to resolve is rather tiring, even if at this point it's the only thing that could reasonably be called a narrative direction anymore.

Then that's all settled with and "Let's Eat" moves in to what has to be the most extended epilogue I've ever seen. This is good- the drama has always been about life in the moment so any abrupt ending would beg the question of whether any of these relationships are going to last. Remarkably enough, in the epilogue, the characters are at about the exact same place I'd expect them to be even in a more traditional sudden ending- so that much is mission accomplished

“Let’s Eat” Episode 15

Well, the question of the point this drama has been getting at has been clearly resolved. Within the first few minutes of this episode the ending is more or less clearly established. I mean, it's possible that writer Lim Soo-mi will pull another screwball out at that last minute, but I kind of doubt it. The big strength of "Let's Eat" has always been it's ability to screw around with us in the moment, not get overly witty with the overall narrative thrust.

And there are definitely some good moments here. There's the brief but memorable evil team-up, which looks so outrageously staged I'm surprised Soo-kyeong even falls for it. Well, not really. Soo-kyeong's problem has always been that she takes everything at face value. Which is another reason why the ending feels so predestined. We're only stuffed because of minor misunderstandings on Soo-kyeong's part, and those are pretty clearly and quickly resolved

Lee Soo Kyung and Yoon Doo Joon Share Romantic Kiss on Drama “Let’s Eat”

Actors Lee Soo Kyung and Yoo Doo Joon share a first kiss in episode 14 of the drama “Let’s Eat.” The kiss finally revealed the true feelings that both characters had for each other in the drama.

In the kiss scene, Lee Soo Kyung covers her face so Yoo Doo Joon wouldn’t be able take a picture of her. Yoo Doo Joon then attempts to move her hands from her face, and goes in for an unexpected kiss. The kiss takes Lee Soo Kyung off guard, and her eyes light up with emotions.

Watch the two share a kiss in the scene below.

“Let’s Eat” is close its final episode and you can watch the drama on tvN at 11pm on Thursday.

“Let’s Eat” Episode 14

There's a sudden tonal shift in the first segment of this episode, as "Let's Eat" tries to be something akin to a horror story. It feels a bit weird, considering that for the most part this drama is a comedy so to all of a sudden have characters in serious physical danger is, well, a little off-putting. Don't we get enough paranoia in the actual scary shows? Especially since that guy's crazy face is just plain frightening, especially if the lights are out.

Then we get to the punchline. Yes, there is somehow a punchline that turns all of those preceding events into a comedic farce. I'm not normally too crazy about narratives that hide information, but when this is done to the service of a single, very funny joke? Now that's time well spent. Especially since the conflict created by the fallout of that joke is what defines the entire remainder of the episode, where plenty of other important storyline things happen

K-Pop Destinations: Eating Out “Let’s Eat” Style

The K-Drama "Let"s Eat" has inspired a delicious new eating-out dining trend in Korea. In the comedy, which stars Lee Soo Kyung and Yoon Doo Joon from BEAST, the characters grow closer by dining out and trying tasty traditional dishes.

Lee Soo Kyung plays a woman who relieves stress by browsing on the "Let"s Eat" food blog. She doesn"t want to dine alone so she invites neighbors, co-workers, and friends to visit actual restaurants with her. Each is recommended for serving the most delicious traditional dishes.

You can join in the fun too. Here are a few featured restaurants that you may want to visit the next time you are in Seoul.

Season"s Table, seen in Episode 11, serves a modern Korean buffet with authentic Korean cuisine. It"s located at B1, W Mall, 60-27 Gasan-dong, Geumcheon-gu

“Let’s Eat” Episode 13

I don't know how this drama is able to do such a good job consistently escalating awkward situations. Oh wait yes I do. Since when has anything become less awkward after a love confession? Sure there's the big romantic scene, the adulation, the culmination of a dozen episodes worth of sexual tension- but that stuff's not real. It's a desperately wishful fantasy. Thank you "Let's Eat" for crushing my spirits, giving a hard reminder of why people avoid making love confessions in the first place.

There's gotta be something else here to hook on to. Right the food porn. Thank goodness for the food porn. Nothing quite takes out the shame and humiliation of romantic angst like just obsessing about food for awhile. What's the right way to eat food? The most romantic? How many different kinds of food can be stuffed into a single meal? How much social decorum is involved with questions of being invited to partake in a meal or not?

T.O.P Chosen as Most Wanted Boyfriend, Followed by G-Dragon, Im Siwan and Others

BIGBANG’s T.O.P was chosen as “Most Wanted Boyfriend” on Mnet’s “Super Idol Chart Show.”

The Valentine’s Day episode, which aired on February 14, revealed the rankings of idols stars on the “Most Wanted Boyfriend” list.

The MCs, Super Junior‘s Ryeowook and Beast‘s Dong Woon, were given hints to guess the number 1 idol. Their first hint given was comments from survey participants, “I picked him as the ‘Perfect Male Idol Boyfriend’ because if we’re together, I get to feel superior too,” “Because of his stunning visuals, we’ll receive attention wherever we go,” and “He has looks that I want to show off to everyone.”

While all the MCs could guess from the first hint was that the idol had good looks, the second hint gave everything away

“Let’s Eat” Episode 12

Somehow I had failed to notice that Valentine's Day was this week. Thank goodness "Let's Eat" was here to remind me of all those wonderful emotions we associate with Valentine's Day. Like, the fear of rejection, the sense of crippling loneliness, the realization that you're going to have hurt peoples' feelings or everything is just going to continue to be weird and awkward. Oh wait, love? Valentine's Day is supposed to be about love? Gee, could have fooled me.

There's a real dark touch to this episode. At first I was kind of annoyed because Jin-I and Do-yeon are still engaging in their game of petty romantic one-upsmanship, but it quickly became clear that was the point. Their shtick is getting old and it really needs to stop. Similarly, Hak-moon is clearly in now or never mode about coming clean Soo-kyeong. And I have to admit that subplot resolved way more cleanly than I expected