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Park Shin Hye makes a cameo appearance on the Taiwanese version of Youre Beautiful

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Park Shin Hye makes a cameo appearance on the Taiwanese version of Youre Beautiful Park Shin Hye will make a cameo appearance on the first episode of the Taiwanese version of the drama series Youre Beautiful.

Youre Beautiful, a drama series that stars Park, Jang Keun Suk, Jung Yong Hwa, and Lee Hong Ki and became a big hit in Korea, Japan, China, and Taiwan in 2009, was remade into a Japanese drama series last year and will be remade into a Taiwan version this year.

Park will shoot a scene for the first episode of the series in Taiwan from November 8 to 10.

On November 8, 4HIM Entertainment, Parks agency said, Park Shin Hye is very happy to make a cameo appearance in the first episode of the Taiwanese version of Youre Beautiful.

Park uploaded a picture of herself at an airport on her Twitter account with the comment, Im going to see Go Mi Nam in Taiwan. Ill be back soon!

In the picture, Park looks innocent with long straight hair. She also left a cheering message to high school seniors who are taking the college entrance exam on the day, saying, You must be nervous, but I hope you do well!

Park has recently finished shooting the film December 23 and will appear in tvNs new drama series The Pretty Boy Next Door as a lead actress, working with Yoon Si Yoon. She plays the role of Go Dok Mi, a girl who tries to isolate herself from the world.

Shin Min Ah Exudes Elegance In Elle

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The good looks has now been selected as the hot muse of the 2015 Masterpiece Series (Love Animal) as well. The line is constructed from pieces which are made of diamonds, sapphires and gold. The charms are formed like koalas, owls, porcupines, fish, seahorses, dolphins, penguins, polar bears, and more amusing animals! Shin debuted the lovely pieces in the December factor of Elle.

For the difficult pictorial, the megastar modeled dresses and shawls by brands like Dior. All the accessories stood out on account ofthe fantastic use of coloursand mix of crystals. Some of the standout pieces there was once the "Good Fish" set, which incorporates dangling earrings and a matching necklace. The mix comes in the form of trouts and uses othersun shades of red and the graceful elegance of symmetry. The set will also beliked below.

According to the magazine, "Shin Min Ah showed her elegance and attractive charm in this mature pictorial. With the comfortable silhouette of more than a few animal pieces from the Masterpiece Collection, Shin is alluring and creates admiration with her harmonious combinations."

To see Shin Min Ah's 'Beautiful Moments' lookbook, click here!

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Witch Hunter in Hong Kong: Sung Si Kyung Becomes Shin Dong Yeop

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Witch Hunter in Hong Kong: Sung Si Kyung Becomes Shin Dong Yeops English TranslatorSunny No comments 340 perspectivesFeb 7, 2015

In JTBCs Witch Hunter, episode 78 aired at the 6th, Sung Si Kyung become Shin Dong Yeops English translator.

Shin and Sung were walking round the streets of Hong Kong chatting withevery other, when a collection of foreigners asked, Do you want to have some foreigners in sight? Sung beganspeaking to them in English, whilst Shin stood next to him with his thumbs up.

The workforceof girls gave them usefulpointers and knowledge of traveling in Hong Kong.

Who Wore It Better: Shin Min Ah vs. Jun Ji Hyun

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Both Shin Min Ah and Jun Ji Hyun are thought to bevintage beauties in K-Entertainment who just never appear to age! Brain you, they are both beyond thirty yet still appear to be they are in the highin their twenties. With their sharply wide eyes, well-defined nose, and pouty lips, set symmetrically on a small face, they are really goddesses worthy of admiration. Now notbest makethose two actresses possess the beauty, they also have the ability to back up their looks for a double-kill combo! 

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The two's sense of stylemay be worthy of our notice, as they arrange to swallow any given glance amongstelegance and panache. It is helping that they were blessed with wonderful bodies, long and lean everywhere! But how do theses two goddesses fare in the somewhat 'mannish' piece? Shin Min Ah and Jun Ji Hyun wore the similar 'Tom Browne' piece from the designer's 2015 F/W line, a dapper military blue blazer with thick white linings and matching white buttons for a ambitiouscompleting touch.

Jun Ji Hyun wore the blazer to an 'Assassination' press conference, and she went utterly androgynous with her outfit, pairing the head with baggy, ankle-length trousers. The mannish looks is whole with a black tie worn loosely and a crisp blousethis is oh-so-casually unbuttoned at the pinnacle for a 'messy clean' look. She did not toss in any commentary accessories save for the golden stacked rings on her fingers. The actress's shoes, whilst classy, do not pop out much as they are justa couple of simple black pumps that mix in with the remainder of her ensemble.

As for Shin Min Ah, she wore the piece for one of the vital promotional posters for her drama 'Oh My Venus,' which cuts off the ground portion of her outfit. But no matter, as the focal point is at the blazer. Shin Min Ah went for the preppy, clean-cut look, a contrast to Jun Ji Hyun's mannish, messed up styling. Shin Min Ah's outfit lacks any accessories to talk of--unless you count that red dumbbell and notepad as accessories. 

Though I like Jun Ji Hyun and her acting, I just wasn't feeling her outfit. It does not flatter her frame at all and she just seems like she is one immediately job without any explained curves in that baggy, hot mess of an outfit. Perhapsit is the pants, but what she's dressed inby some means makes her appearance shorter than she is. And that's the reasonpronouncinganythingtaking into account that she is 5'8" and the reality that she's wearing heels. Shin Min Ah, on the alternative hand, pulls off the blazer a section better, as she opted for a clean-cut, adapted expect that emphasizes her narrow frame. 

What do you think? Is Jun Ji Hyun owning the 'mannish' androgynous look or do you favor Shin Min Ah's simple, clean-cut look? Let us know in the comments! 

“Six Flying Dragon” Previews Byun Yo Han and Shin Se Kyung’s Reunion

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“Six Flying Dragon” Previews Byun Yo Han and Shin Se Kyung’s Reunion “Six Flying Dragons” printed a new still of its upcoming episode.

In “Six Flying Dragons,” Ddang Sae, played through Byun Yo Han, and Boon Yi, played by Shin Se Kyung, are siblings that were separated since they were young. They are living without knowing whether or now not the alternative is alive, and the audience had been wondering when they're going to after all meet.

In the midst of this, the “Six Flying Dragons” body of workers revealed a still of the 15th episode, in which Ddang Sae and Boon Yi ultimately meet. Ddang Sae, who had been type and blameless sooner than they were separated, has became a hardened swordsman, and the more youthful sister Boon Yi has grown up into a self-assured woman. The still incites more interest in viewers, making them wonder how they meet and what they would say to each and every other when they meet.

The “Six Flying Dragons” employees said, “Shin Se Kyung and Byun Yo Han’s reunion will pull at the heartstrings of the viewers. When the 2 actors in the end cried the tears that they were maintaining back, all the team were so targeted that you'll need to listen a pin drop. We ask for a massive number of passion in the 15th episode of ‘Six Flying Dragons,’ that may now start a new tale with this development.”

Meanwhile, “Six Flying Dragons” is a ancient drama that tells a narrative of ardour and success.

Watch the maximum recent episode below.

Christmas Album Featuring Sung Si Kyung, Park Hyo Shin, and VIXX stated to Be in the Works

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Christmas Album Featuring Sung Si Kyung, Park Hyo Shin, and VIXX Said to Be in the Works Jellyfish Entertainment, house to Park Hyo Shin, Sung Si Kyung, Seo In Guk, VIXX, and Park Yun Ha, is rumored to have began recording its end-of-the-year Christmas carols.

While Jellyfish Entertainment said not anything more than “We are operating on songs associated with Christmas,” in step with the insiders in the tune industry, the artists have started recording the songs to be featured in their Christmas album, below the direction of the manufacturer Hwang Se Jun. It looks as if more main points could be coming early next week, and the album is expected to pop out no later than early December.

The Christmas album from Jellyfish Entertainment started as a amusing assignment a collection of the artists, yet it's miles probably the most leading brands of the agency, topping quite so much of music charts. Their album in 2012, “Because It’s Christmas,” in addition the album in 2013 “Winter Confessions” crowned the entire music charts. Even though there used to be no Christmas album in 2014, Sung Si Kyung’s quilt of “Winter Wonderland” and the sooner albums once back topped the charts.

Shin Min Ah Stuns in a beautiful Black get dressed on “Oh My Venus”

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Shin Min Ah Stuns in a horny Black clothe on “Oh My Venus” Actress Shin Min Ah stuns every person in a sexy, black dress at the set of “Oh My Venus.”

Shin Min Ah seems on KBS’s new Monday-Tuesday drama “Oh My Venus” portraying a beauty-turned-chubby attorney Kang Joo Eun. Shin Min Ah is tough herself to a step forward transformation as an actress via this role. She gained explosive responses from her enthusiasts with her portrayal of the stunning obese lawyer on the primary and 2nd episodes.

Spoiler In the approaching episode airing on November 23, Shin Min Ah presentations off her slim, fabulous figure dressed in a sexy, black dress. In the drama, Shin Min Ah imagines herself back to her slimmer self. She is going from the 77 kg (approximately 170 lbs) to 48 kg (approximately 105 lbs) in her imagination, appearing off her adorable figure.

The scene where Shin Min Ah appears dressed in the attractive black dress was once filmed at the recent KBS studio on November 8. She took off her chubby lighting tricks makeup. Shin Min Ah become excited to turn her genuine self. It’s stated that she paid special attention to the scene by picking out her outfit with the assistance of her stylist.

When Shin Min Ah makes her surprising front onto the set of “Stella Show” dressed in a sexy, black dress with her long immediately hair down, even the “Oh My Venus” staff contributors couldn’t take their eyes off her. It's miles said many exclaimed compliments saying, “How are we ready to now not love Shin Min Ah?” and “She can’t glance this just right this early on in the story.”

The comical scene displays her expressing her happiness at getting her hourglass figure back. She struts like a fashion optimistically with a wide smile and throws kisses to the audience.

The team of workers members commented, “Shin Min Ah is doing the entire thing imaginable to painting Kang Joo Eun the maximum productive way she can. On account of her hard work, a number of audience identify with her character. Please song in to look the fruit of her exertions as an actress.”

On the moment one episode of “Oh My Venus,” Kang Joo Eun broke up with her cheating boyfriend Im Woo Shik (Jung Gyu Woon) by throwing harsh verbal insults at him giving the viewers anything to cheer about. The 3rd episode of “Oh My Venus” will air on November 23 at 10 p.m. KST.

'Madonna' Director Shin Su Won Talks About The Challenges Of Creating Socially Provoking Films [EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW]

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Shin Su Won is the director and screenwriter of the gritty film, (Photo : ) KDramaStars: "Madonna" is a female-centric film that provides a powerful critique of Korea"s social hierarchy and views about women"s sexuality. What were some of the challenges in making the film?

Shin Su Won: I think one of the hardest things [about Madonna] for me, where the scenes relating to Mina. There were very intense, sexual scenes that she had to film, so it was something that I was pretty nervous and worried about that. I put a lot of thought into making the process as smooth as possible.

I actually had the actress who played Mina meet with the guy who was her partner in those intense scenes. That way, they could at least become more comfortable with one another. I remember that being a hard shoot.

From an investors point of view, because this film deals with the discrepancies within the social system, it was a bit hard to get funding. The relieving aspect was that there were a lot of people who were rooting for the film and wanted it to be made. Despite a small budget, we were able to achieve that.

KDramaStars: How long did it take to create the script and complete filming? What inspired the script of "Madonna?"

Shin Su Won: It took about a year to film. This film originated because I was interested in VIP hospital wings. I guess these are specific to Korea. These are hospital wings who take in patients who are in positions of power. I was interested in how these types of people deal with matters of life or death, specifically someone who needed a heart transplant, in order to survive.

I was thinking of who I would conceive of as the donor, to give this person a heart transplant. Thats when I thought of this brain dead, unconscious, prostitute. When she entered into the story, the focus of the screenplay started to shift towards two women - the nurses aide, Hye Rim and then Madonna.

I was really drawn to the title of Madonna, because as you know, the iconic singer, Madonna, is a sex symbol. But the name originated from Saint Mary. Originally, this name was a religious image. I was drawn to this duality of the images. Thats why I renamed this film from VIP Hospital Wing to Madonna.

KDramaStars: "Madonna" provides a harsh critique of VIP hospital services that have only been touched upon by projects like the drama, "Yong Pal." What are your thoughts on this practice? Did you receive a positive response from domestic audiences, in support of your critique?

Shin Su Won: As you know its not a comfortable film or a comedy, in any sense of the word. Some of the younger audiences that I met and talked to, they said they couldnt get up from their seats, after watching the movie. Its such a harrowing film. There were multiple responses, but most [audience members] said that they were just sitting in a daze. Some people would just keep crying.

Another thing that resonated with Korean audiences was the disparity between the rich and the poor. Its becoming more and more of an issue, in Korea. You see these people of power, who do not respect human life. I feel that also struck a chord and people started thinking about that, as well.

KDramaStars: What was the casting process of the film? How did you select Seo Young Hee, Kwon So Hyun, and Byun Yo Han for their roles?

Shin Su Won: First, I will talk about the casting process of Hye Rim, who was played by the wonderful actress, Seo Young Hee. I first saw her in the films, The Accidental Detective and also, The Chaser. I had kept my eye on her, for some time. As you know, the role of Hye Rim doesnt have a lot of lines. It was crucial for the actress who portrayed her to be able to show emotions through facial expressions. For that role, I knew that I needed an experienced actress.

I gave her the script and I felt that she could have declined because the role of Mi Na was more visible, in the film. So, she could have declined, but she told me that she loved the screenplay, as a whole and agreed to do that. It could have been very difficult, on-set, to maintain the set of emotions and feelings. But I feel that she did a good job.

For the casting of the role of Mi Na, I looking for a chubbier actress, because the character was a bulimic person. I wanted that character to embody a type of innocence, but also danger. Initially, I had an actress in mind. I approached her, but she told me that she was going to lose weight and she didnt want to do the part. Im sure youre aware, but in Korea, you have to be more skinny to be cast. It was very difficult to find an actress who was a bit chubby.

After a few approaches fell through, I realized that I needed to cast a newcomer. For this, I thought that we might have to hold auditions for chubbier actresses. Then, I started watching a lot of short films that were released at the time. Thats when I saw Kwon So Hyun, in a 20-minute short film. She fit the body type, so I thought she might work. She came to the audition, with no makeup on and I immediately sensed a sort of innocence about her.

In the beginning, when I first met her, I had my screenplay in my bag and I thought that if I didnt like her, I would not give her one of my scripts. But I took a liking to her and she said she would accept the role. I still had concerns about her acting ability because she came from a musical theater background. In order to insure that she would do a good job, on-set, we took her through a month of rehearsals with all of the other actors. As that month passed by, I could see her embodying more of the character of Mi Na. I was very grateful for that.

KDramaStars: From an outsider"s perspective, Korean cinema appears to be male dominated. What are some of the difficulties faced by female filmmakers in Korea?

Shin Su Won: Korea is still very much a patriarchal society. With male directors, a lot of their projects are male-centric. These films actually get more funding. I recently spoke with an actress who expressed concerns because there really arent that many films that feature leading women as the main characters, they are always the wives or girlfriends of the male [protagonist]. In my film, Madonna, the two leading characters are women. I would say that is not commonplace in Korean cinema today. As I already said, it is very hard to get funding, unless it is a genre like action or a thriller.

KDramaStars: What influenced your decision to pursue directing, after working as a teacher?

Shin Su Won: In the beginning, I didnt have thoughts of going into filmmaking. When I was teaching, I was writing my own novel. I thought that I didnt have time to write my only works. So, I decided to go to grad school, to focus on the writing process. At the time, there was the Han-Guk Yesul Jonghap or Korea National University of the Arts, they had open spots for screenwriting. I thought screenwriting isnt too different from writing a novel, so I applied. The teacher at that school say my work and were gracious enough to accept me to the school.

I think that if my teachers knew that I went into this [screenwriting] with the intentions of becoming a novelist, they wouldnt have accepted me. They werent aware of that, at first. The transition came when I needed to take a screenplay I wrote and make it into a short film. It was a 10-minute short, but the process of making the film was so much fun. We had a small screening, in one of our classrooms, it wasnt great, but it was so much fun to see the response of the audience.

It was a great experience. When you are writing, it can be a very solitary thing, with filmmaking, you are creating a living and breathing thing. That for me was almost like a drug. After that, I decided to go into filmmaking.

KDramaStars: Can you please share about your future projects? Will you continue to direct films that provide social commentary?

Shin Su Won: When I am making my films, I am not consciously working on delivering a social message. In an ideal world, I wouldnt actually have to think about making a film that was a social commentary. But I those things do interest me. I know that films cant change the world, but I feel that they do provide the opportunity to get a look at people who are on the outskirts of society. If you are critical of issues like that or the social systems, your films cant be funded. Thats not a conscious thing. In the future, I would like to weave a very personal story, into a film. My next film, that I am currently working on, is about a forest. We are going to start filming, next summer.

FT Island′s Lee Hong Gi Says Park Shin Hye Refused a Kiss Scene with Him

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FT Island′s Lee Hong Gi Says Park Shin Hye Refused a Kiss Scene with Him

--> FT Island′s Lee Hong Gi unfolded about filming his newest track video with long-time friend and actress Park Shin Hye.

Lee Hong Gi gave the impression as a guest on SBS Vitality FM′s Cultwo Show on November 19, where he acknowledged of Park Shin Hye′s appearance in his music video, "We′re in reality close. We′re the similar age," ahead of adding "We were given close via You′re Beautiful and get along truly smartly to this day, so when I asked her to be in this music video, she agreed without hesitation."

When the DJs said, "I heard she rejected a kiss scene," Lee Hong Gi said, "We had to movie a glad scene, and the director said, ′Shin Hye, please give Lee Hong Gi a peck at the cheek,′ yet Shin Hye said, ′I can′t. Hong Gi′s going to make amusing of me for one hundred years.′"

Lee Hong Gi then added, "So I did it," drawing laughs on the show.

Meanwhile, Lee Hong Gi released his first solo album FM302 on November 18.