Allkpop Tv Guide Dream High 2 Izle
Allkpop Tv Guide: Dream High 2 Ep. 15-16 (Finale)
Ratings: Yet again, KBSs Dream High 2 reached another low with a 5.7% rating, but was able to end with an increase at 6.6%, as it left the stage despondently for the much-anticipated drama, Love Rain (starring Girls Generations YoonA and Jang Geun Suk) to take over. The highlight this week was SBSs Fashion King (starring Girls Generations Yuri, Yoo Ah In, and Shin Se Kyung), which achieved a respectable 10% rating with its pilot episode and a decrease to 8.9%, which could be attributed to viewers wanting to catch the finale episode of Dream High 2. The two Girls Generations members will have to compete against each other, as Love Rain might be the hindrance to high Fashion King ratings. Meanwhile, MBCs Lights and Shadows was able to regain its crown back after History of Salaryman completed last week with a high 22.2%.
Recap of Ep. 15: With the beautiful rendition of Together by JB and Rian (T-aras Jiyeon), Rian returns to Kirin Arts School and thanks Hyesung (Kang Sora) for the singing opportunity. Meanwhile, JB is playfully annoyed at Hyesung for not singing the duet song with him, and makes her promise to buy food.
Allkpop Tv Guide: Dream High 2 Ep. 13
I truly loved how JB wasnt melodramatically depressed with the elimination and genuinely portrayed the essence of persevering for your dreams, but his character became flat. Although all those shippers will adore him for becoming a puppy dog for Hyesung, it makes him lose the spirit of his dreams. His burning desire to feel that pulsing energy of enjoying the stage (like he had told Yoojin), and the ambition he had during his blood and sweat filled years of nightly practices, all fall apart at the seams. No, Im not saying he should have gone down the path of giving up love for his career. But if he had really wanted to taste the pure elation of his dreams, he could have paved his own avenue, shoveling the ground every second to discover an underground road to stand up on the stage again.
Does anyone also have some anger towards producer Shin Jae In? Producer Shin Jae In slaughtered Hyesungs dreams with that scapegoat. I had actually liked the producer in contrast to the heartless director as he truly understands the value of friendship with teamwork and emotions, but I had bad intentions when he essentially said dreams are about winning, not the passion.
Ultimately, too many mismatched puzzle pieces that had no significance in the story interrupted the flow of the episode. Even though Yoojins confession was heartwarming and a consolation, it was anticlimatic. Not only was there no set-up to create hype for his confession, but because ‘Dream High 2’ already focused too much of its energy in developing the JB-Hyesung loveline, there was no room in Hyesung’s heart for Yoojin. In addition, Rians mothers counterfeit item scandal and Yoojin’s sudden decision to sign a contract with OZ created abrupt lurches in the continuity.
For those of us who were not fortunate enough to attend in person, check out the great performances from groups like SISTAR, SHINee, VIXX, and Secret, among many others. Check out the stellar stages from the music festival belor.
Were you able to see Epik High at Times Square in New York City yesterday? It was so much fun! Tons of fans got to be up close and personal with this talented trio and even win free merch from allkpop which was there to capture the moment.
Which also means there is no need to fret about missing out on the awesome flash mob because allkpop has covered everything! We"ll be releasing a recap later on today with tons of fun details and photos on the event, so stay tuned.
But as you wait, get ready for our giveaway. When the recap comes out later on, make sure you re-tweet it in order to win two - yes, two! - tickets to Epik High"s concert Friday night.
Seoul School Of Performing Arts: A K-Pop Fangirl"s Dream High School
You know you"re in your dream high school when you"re surrounded by K-Pop idols! Seoul School of Performing Arts (SOPA) is a high school that attracts many idols due to its focus on the arts. Let"s play a game of make-believe--if SOPA was an ordinary public school and you, a lucky fangirl, were to attend, which role would high school stereotypical role would each idol play?
Aside from being a wizard with his dancing feet, Kai gives off the confident air of a cocksure jock. Plus, who wouldn"t have a crush on this cutie as he strides down the hallways like a football champ?
Rookies Red Velvet"s Joy, G-Friend, and SONAMOO"s Euijin would make perfect cheerleaders. With Joy"s constantly cheery disposition, G-FRIEND"s high-kicks, and Euijin"s twerks combined, these fresh girls would make kickass team.
Woman Crush Wednesday: Iu's Character Kim Pil Suk On "dream High"
Now, this is mixing things up, but in a drama I watched recently, “Fated to Love You,” the leading male, Lee Gun, said something I really agreed with, something that I thought applies to Kim Pil Suk as I was dissecting all the parts of her that I thought made her crush worthy and all the reasons why I like her. He said, “a woman is most lovable and beautiful when she’s a girl full of dreams.” From the beginning, we were able to see Kim Pil Suk’s dreams and how it has shaped her to change, develop, and grow. We saw how hard she strove to achieve those dreams and how passionate she was about singing. Even when she did not win the contest in the end, she still found an occupation where she could sing and kept that dream alive.
I’m all about promoting good health and keeping a fitness regime, but I’m also a firm believer that we were all born with a natural variety of shapes and sizes. With that said, it was refreshing to see someone like Kim Pil Suk, someone who didn’t stop dreaming simply because her outward appearance would have made her an outcast. For some teachers, they very reluctantly accepted her as a student, but managed to eventually look beyond her figure and see her talent, potential, and heart. For other teachers, they accepted her from the beginning and for that, they earned a special place in my heart.
Kim Pil Suk’s weight loss was expected, especially since she was becoming more exposed to talent agencies and stage performances. While a sad fact, it’s universally known that there is a higher chance for success if you’re thin and beautiful, and for a long moment, I feared that our beloved Kim Pil Suk would become nothing more than a mold – someone who portrayed the exact idea that you must be a certain size in order to become successful and to be loved by others.
Allkpop Fantasy League: Create Your Dream Team Girl Group!
You have $15 to build your Dream Team - make your own girl group, Who will you pick? 15 Remaining Balance: $ Leader Gyuri $5 Victoria $4 Jaekyung $3 Sojin $2 Irene $1 Visual Suzy $5 Hyeri $4 Na-Eun $3 Hara $2 Seolhyun $1 Vocalist Hyorin $5 Taeyeon $4 Eunji $3 ChoA $2 Ji Eun $1 Rapper CL $5 Bora $4 LE $3 Jimin $2 Woori $1 Dancer Minzy $5 HyunA $4 Hyoyeon $3 Min $2 Hyosung $1 Submit
[Infographic] Allkpop Fantasy League: Male Idol Dream Team!
allkpop users has 15 imaginary dollars to spend on the draft and each idol came with a price; the more desirable an idol, the pricier his cost. With this budget constraint, users had to construct their teams, and the team must consist of five different kinds of members: leader, rapper, visual, dancer, and vocal.
Allkpop Fantasy League: Create Your Male Idol Dream Team!
You have $15 to build the Greatest K-Pop Group League - make your own male idol team, Who would you pick? 15 Remaining Balance: $ Leader Leeteuk $5 Onew $4 Doojoon $3 N $2 Lee Hoo $1 Rapper G-Dragon $5 Zico $4 Bang Yong Gook $3 Junhyung $2 Rap Monster $1 Visual Siwon $5 Nichkhun $4 L $3 Minho $2 Ren $1 Dancer Kai $5 Yunho $4 Jay Park $3 Wooyoung $2 Jackson $1 Vocal Hongki $5 Junsu $4 Yoseob $3 Sunggyu $2 Sandeul $1 Submit
Bts Ranks High On Oricon Weekly Chart With “No More Dream”
The growing overseas popularity of male group BTS can be currently felt in Japan, where the group has ranked high on music charts with their latest release “No More Dream.”
On June 4, BTS released their first Japanese single “No More Dream” and debuted at number six on the Daily Chart. The group sold 32,356 copies of their single during the first week, and managed to rank eighth on the competitive Oricon Weekly Single Chart.
The single received a lot of love domestically, and the song was thus chosen for BTS’ first Japanese remake. It has also been revealed that Japanese rapper KM Markit participated in writing the Japanese lyrics for the song.