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Dance Revolutionized Through Storytelling: SHINee – Zombies, EXO – Werewolf
Dance Revolutionized Through Storytelling: Shinee – Zombies, Exo – Werewolf

Dance Revolutionized Through Storytelling: SHINee – Zombies, EXO – Werewolf

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In the latter half of 2000, Wonder Girls, Girls' Generation, KARA, and other girl groups dominated the idol market with their "point dance." But in the past few years, boy groups have upped their game, and competition grew more intense. For a while they went head to head, but the male idol groups pulled ahead by doing something different; instead of boring choreography with no agenda, they decided to tell stories with their dance. A rep from SM Entertainment stated, "A new level of performance has been created with the efforts to come up with more intense and difficult choreography."

Thanks to this new trend, performance directors are gaining more attention. Performance directors don't simply create new dance moves, but are now expected to utilize the whole stage for the song choreography. One noteworthy performance director includes the duo Hwang Sang Hoon - Shim Jae Won, who is responsible for TVXQ, SHINee, EXO, and other SM Entertainment artists' performances.

Korean movie of the week
Korean Movie Of The Week "a Werewolf Boy" + Dvd Giveaway [Us Only]

Korean movie of the week "A Werewolf Boy" + DVD Giveaway [US Only]

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This is the first commercial effort from Jo Sung-hee, who demonstrated his unique imagination in "Don't Step Out of the House" from omnibus "Nice Shorts" and "End of Animal". "A Werewolf Boy" is a heart-felt fantasy stroke melodrama. A wolf boy who has all the traits of a wild beast meets a girl who has shut herself away. The two start to open up a little but their relationship is wrought with difficulties. Ji-tae, who is in love with the girl, starts to cause trouble for wolf boy. The plot may remind you of the "Twilight" series or other teenage romance flicks but when we think of JO's "Don't Step out of the House" we realize that all the similarities end there. "Don't Step out of the House" was a brilliant exploration of the psyche of someone who shut himself away from the world in a basement room and show just how futile it is. In that respect, "A Werewolf Boy" tackles a similar theme of the blockage in communication with the rest of the world and what happens when two people who cannot communicate with rest of the world come together. The film draws interest as it stars two of the most popular young stars today; Song Joong-ki and Park Bo-yeong.

[Exclusive] A Werewolf Boy DVD Giveaway!
[Exclusive] A Werewolf Boy Dvd Giveaway!

[Exclusive] A Werewolf Boy DVD Giveaway!

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The charming Song Joong Ki stars as the wolf boy that is domesticated by Park Bo Young’s character, Suni. Rising to stardom through the madly popular TV series Sungkyunkwan Scandal, Song continues to gain nationwide fame with his current TV drama, Nice Guy. The simultaneous success in dramas and film dubs him the King of all screens, big and small. In A Werewolf Boy, he unveils yet another side as the fiercely loyal and utterly endearing wolf boy, Chul-soo. Don’t forget to bring tissues as his phenomenal performance will undoubtedly tug at your heartstrings. – CJ Entertainment

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A Werewolf Boy win an audience award at the Terracotta Far East Film Festival
A Werewolf Boy Win An Audience Award At The Terracotta Far East Film Festival

A Werewolf Boy win an audience award at the Terracotta Far East Film Festival

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According to a July 6 announcement by the British publication Film News, A Werewolf Boy, directed by Cho Sung Hee and starring Song Joong Ki and Park Bo Young, won the Current Asian Cinema Audience Award, one of the three audience awards given at the 5th Terracotta Far East Film Festival, which ended on July 5th.

Film News reported that audience members at the film festival awarded the tearjerker teenage fantasy romance movie A Werewolf Boy the highest rating.

Nattawut Poonpiriyas Countdown, from Thailand, won the Terror Cotta Audience Award, and Teddy Soeriaatmadjas Lovely Man won the Indonesia Audience Award.

Park Bo Young is All Kinds of Adorable in BTS Cuts from ‘A Werewolf Boy’
Park Bo Young Is All Kinds Of Adorable In Bts Cuts From ‘A Werewolf Boy’

Park Bo Young is All Kinds of Adorable in BTS Cuts from ‘A Werewolf Boy’

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The stills were released on December 22, showing different and natural expressions from Park Bo Young as she waited to film. She played around with chopsticks and appeared just adorable with puffed up cheeks and a guitar in hand.

Seeing the pictures, netizens commented, “I bet the staff gained strength through her smiles,” “Bo Young! I really cherish you,” and “She’s adorable with every expression she makes.”

A Werewolf Boy In International Theaters
A Werewolf Boy In International Theaters

A Werewolf Boy In International Theaters

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A Werewolf Boy"A Werewolf Boy," starring Park Bo Young and Song Joong Ki, has been recently gaining praise as it's been showing internationally in many different states. Though it was supposed to be a night per theater, NYC's AMC Empire 25 theater on 42ndStreet extended the viewing until this upcoming Tuesday (December 18th). The movie was actually quite wonderful-and it brought in quite a different crowd. Now most would think that a certain crowd would go see the movie, but all types of people attended; many different people of different races went to see what the entire craze was about.

As stated in many articles before, the movie is about a young man (Song Joong Ki) who doesn't speak, though he meets Park Bo Young's character and a relationship forms as she takes care of him. He's misunderstood in the town and is soon hunted. But he stays loyal to Bo Young's character, caring for her as she cares for him.

Fans enjoyed the movie and it is now known that Song Joong Ki is one of the rising actors in South Korea. "A Werewolf Boy" is now popular overseas; making a name for itself at the Toronto Film Festival. Also, it's fairly noticable that the movie was much more popular than American movie "Twilight"A as it reached 6.5 Million Admissions.

"a Werewolf Boy" Passes 7 Million A Month Faster Than "sunny"s" Record

"A Werewolf Boy" Passes 7 Million a Month Faster than "Sunny"s" Record

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A Werewolf Boy is currently the Korean film with the 11th biggest audience in Korean film history. According to the Ticket Computer Network, it′s ranked at no. 13 behind May 18 and The Good, The Bad, The Weird, but adding the audiences for the extended version puts A Werewolf Boy ahead of the two films.

Sunny is the film currently right before A Werewolf Boy. Sunny also has an extended version, meaning that adding the 7.36 for the original to the 80,000 for the director′s cut yields a total audience of 7.44 million.

A Werewolf Boy′s speed in reaching 7 million, however, surpasses that of Sunny by about a month. It is also just a day later than the record set by War of the Arrows at no. 9. A Werewolf Boy is thus expected to at least reach the levels of Sunny and War of the Arrows soon.

"a Werewolf Boy" Exceeds 7 Million Tickets Sold

"A Werewolf Boy" exceeds 7 million tickets sold

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According to CJ Entertainment, "A Werewolf Boy" and the extended version with an alternate ending chalked up more than 7,010,000 in total tickets sold.

The film exceeded the six-million mark last month, and to thanks to the fans, the director of the film released the alternate ending version on Dec. 6.

Fijii Mina aches for
Fijii Mina Aches For "a Werewolf Boy"

Fijii Mina aches for "A Werewolf Boy"

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About her appearance, she said, "I don't feel it yet but it's really appreciating and interesting. I am going to study more Korean and attempt at more Korean dramas.

'Werewolf' director transforms ending
'werewolf' Director Transforms Ending

'Werewolf' director transforms ending

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To mark the opening of the modified film, director Jo Sung-hee and actors Park, Yoo Yeon-seok and Kim Hyang-ki will take part in a fan meet forum at the CGV in Wangsimni, eastern Seoul, tomorrow.

"I'm aware that a lot of male viewers didn't like the ending", said Jo. "It actually wasn't what we intended, so it'll be a good chance to air the different one".