Previously, Bobby Kim become in the 7thround of the MBC factdisplay I am a Singer in October 2011 throughout the "Cho Yong Pil Special" and was given wonderfulreports for his rearrangement of "Trek into the Past." During the broadcast, Cho Yong Pil acknowledged to Bobby Kim, "Go forth with your own personality," encouraging him to explore his own interpretations of the music.
Berita Terbaru K Pop 2013
Despite being their sole Korean comeback for 2013, Girls' Generation had one heck of a year with the colourful video for their trend-setting song, "I Got a Boy". While the video was necessarily your usual SM Entertainment fare- box video, Matrix-cam, just one love hobby to proportion between the complete girls - it brought a super number of attention. Fan ballotingreceived the video overseas aid when it won the Best Music Video Award at the 1st ever YouTube awards. IGAB went directly to be named the fifth-biggest song of the year by Time Magazine, beating out heavy-hitters like Lorde's "Royals", Miley Cyrus's "We Can't Stop", or even the juggernaut that was Anna Kendrick's "Cups". The video featured some of Girl's Generations most advanced choreography to date, courtesy of NappyTabs of 'So You have faith you lot studiedYou'll be ready to Dance' fame, in addition some of their wildest fashion so far. While the song and video were enjoyed by some and hated by others, nobody could deny the largehave an effect on it had in 2013.
Core Contents Media is infamous for their dramatic, big-budget drama MVs. While they have been known to move for fantastical, improbablereviews - equivalent to T-ara's supernatural "Day by Day" or Gangkiz's Euholiday in "Honey Honey", this year, they grew to become the highlight to very genuineoccasions that took place not that long ago. SPEED's "Sad Promise" is an epic tribute to the lives and tumultuous times of South Korea of the early 80's, that specialize inthe private lives of a couple of fictional infantrymen and civilians for more of a slice-of-life story than a history lesson. The whole mini-drama spans across 3 music videos and clocks in at about a half an hour long, making it one of CCM's most ambitious projects to date.
We all know to be expecting strange, interesting, and experimental stuff from G-Dragon when he sets to work, and he for suredid not disappoint in 2013. Perhaps most appealing was his video for "Who You?", which placed him in a literal glass house, surrounded by his fans. The video was partly filmed by his own cameras, but was also filmed by his fans, as their photos of the development was used in the overall edit of the video. We've got gotten used to G-Dragon the actor in his music videos, but "Who You?" gave him a possibilitynot to solely be himself in front of his fans, but to collaborate with them for a truly special event.
The more thing I love about this drama is how clearly the entire characters trade one another from starting to end, even the valiant, intelligent, noble Soo-ha. The villian wasn"t a senseless badguy there to plague the great guys. He actually garnered a little of empathy and got here to a very powerful realization by the end. Plus, he was wonderfully played by Jeong Woong-in. Sure, the law was a child"s plaything in the storyline, but that didn"t really matter. What mattered was that this drama i used to be at all times in the moment, appropriate there with Soo-ha and Hye-sung, watching them have interaction with the other two marvelous leads who also learned as during the drama. By episode 18, now not one consumer was left unchanged or without a slightly of wisdom to stroll away with, adding me.
Ah, high school angst at its best. "Monstar" hit me your entire right tactics as it addressed all the other ways children suffer and grow in prime college and how adults do the similar in conjunction with them. It also offered me to how amazing Yong Joon-hyung is as an actor. He was my secret treasure in finding for the year. (Kang Ee-sik as Park Kyu-dong as well!) They can't be discussed alone: all the participants of colour Bar were skillfully acted, wonderfully understated, and wonderful musicians. I loved the open-endedness of the finishing despite the pacing flaws all around the quick run of the drama (it was only twelve episodes).
As a musician, a cellist, I reveled in the reality that Kang Ha-neul played cello (badly, but still played) and that track was a well-integrated key in the drama. I loved finding the talents, like beatboxing Park Kyu-sun and sweet-voiced Kim Min-yeong, and re-experiencing the skills of the idol actors like Dahee and Yong Joon-hyung.
The things that make "Who Are You - 2013" appealing are all associated with its other method in comparison to maximum dramas in the romance genre. For one, the series feels more like a mystery/suspense one. Yes, romance does have its position in it, principally for what it does for Si-on as an individual in the procedure of her healing, yet it's miles never the sole or greatest focus. whilst the 2 male leads are given a huge number of screen time and focus, this may be in the long run a sequence about Si-on and hence her story, which in itself is uncommon in Korean drama. The loss of standard tropes corresponding to a difference at school between the romantic pairing, lack of circle of relatives involvement and other such components also make this feel fairly trendy and surely no longer at the soapy side. While predictable in some parts, the series also delivers a couple of great twists by way of Si-on"s beyond and the development which caused it all, which stay one guessing all over all the time.
While the acting isn't similarly just right by all involved, Taecyeon in specific suffering to be watchable, the characters make for some interesting relationships. The most important pair are, above all else, partners and pals and it's stunning that the series does now not let the enchantment between them by some means exchange that. There is respect, there is being concerned and co-operation. The romance itself also is not presented in an overly fairytale-like manner, either characters acknowledging they are at the early stages of liking every other when it does kick in. The secondary characters are, with multiple exceptions, sensible in serving the plot and therefore feel like they belong. And here is the overall feeling the series gives. It had a tale to inform and did it, it felt coherent.
Of course, sure performances aside, as mentioned, the series does have its issues too. While the case-per-episode layout starts things off, it is instantly deserted in prefer of the central plot. While one of the previous instances do come again later on, in some ways, they most commonly feel like an creation and the format switch feels a bit of badly planned. it's also quite irritating that, regardless of Si-on being a robust individual that makes sense and capable despite her pain, she is victimized just about in each episode, to serve the plot and to have Geon-woo save her time and time again. it's the vintage damsel in misery trope and it sounds like a reasonable effort to sauce up the romance and carry Geon-woo, but an needless one, since characterization does it without the desire for turning Si-on into a punching bag for thrills.
The funny thing about rape is how the duty is at all times on the woman. I don"t mean in the sense of stigma- in relation to combating rape or teaching individuals or bringing the perpetrators to justice, it"s constantly girls who need to have the firm to get anything done. The simple-minded lead in Fatal is the one user dumb enough to wonder just why that is. "Fatal" is an unsettling take-down of rape culture, examining in close detail the style men shrug off any responsiblity they'll have so a ways as any person else"s trouble is concerned. The movie is aggravating stuff, with precisely the sort of harsh messaging we want to be hearing more of in this trendy age.
In action films, most often the key character in any given scene is the person who can beat up the entire others in a fight, whether that arena be fisticuffs or simply having the ability to turn out the alternative guy"s a mendacity asshole. "The Fake" takes this concept to a horrifically dark extreme. Our hero"s a vicious psychopath who"s only doing the correct thing because one of the vital bad guys pissed him off. Other weak-willed characters without the tummy for this type of nauseating violence and brutality are forced to make tricky alternatives about what the perfect process action is in a global that favors monsters. the result's a horrifically dark, soul-crushing paintings that begs a massive number of questions about the folks and gods we put our religion in- it"s incredibly deep contemplative stuff. Not just the simplest film of 2013- The pretend without problems merits attention as the perfect films of all time.
"The Fake" "The Terror Live" "Happiness for Sale" "Montage" "My Little Hero" > "The New World" "Miracle in Cell No.7"
B2M Entertainment Revealed to Finish Contract With Lee Hyori Since 2013, + Still Support Her Activities
Lee Hyori and B2M Entertainment already ended their contract in August 2013. As Lee Hyori and Gil Jong Hwa have known each other since the Fin.K.L days, they′ve remained close and supported each other in the business. After Lee Hyori got married, she hasn′t done any particular promotions, so they are currently walking different paths.
The CEO added, "It′s been a while since the contract ended and Lee Hyori has been doing her personal activities. We′ve just helped support her."
"The word ′contract′ does not match with Lee Hyori. Even when she was with B2M Entertainment, she didn′t take a signing bonus. I hope no misunderstandings rise from this."
Lee Jong-suk and Kim Woo-bin's Friendship is More Beautiful Than Ko Nam-Soon and Park Heung-Soo From "School 2013"
Lee and Kim have been friends since they were models. Kim debuted in 2008 as a fashion model under the name of Kim Hyeon-joong. He said, "Lee Jong-suk was already a model when I got there. He was a senior so I used to bow to him".
Kim Woo-bin followed Lee Jong-suk into acting and have been good friends ever since. Kim Woo-bin also made a surprise appearance at Lee Jong-suk"s fan meeting last year.
Last year, SM Entertainment made 270 billion won (~ $260 million USD), which is almost twice the revenue compared to two years prior in 2011, 140 billion won (~ $140 million USD). Meanwhile, YG made 120 billion won (~ $110 million USD), which is a 49% increase from 2011 when they posted revenue of 78 billion won (~ $76 million USD).
JYP Entertainment came in last with 21 billion won (~ $21 million USD). One entertainment rep said, "These companies are establishing affiliates and more, all of which are great factors to their business, so it looks like the profit scale will continue to grow in the future."
These three companies are influential to the point that some people say the whole broadcasting production process in itself would be difficult if there were no celebrities signed under one of three companies in the broadcasting world.
Lee Re left a good impression as a kid actress in the movie "Wish - 2013". Director Lee Joon-ik created a movie about a rape victim played by Lee Re and her family including Seol Kyeong-gu, Eom Ji-won and Kim Hae-sook.
The 4th Beijing International Film Festival went on for 7 days since the 16th. Oh Woo-sang was one of the judges and Adrian Brody and other stars attended the event.
However, it wasn”t easy to be a Gangnam mom. The price of materials, supplies, and uniform was about 2000. This wasn”t all. Mi Bok (played by Byun Jung Soo), Hye Joo (played by Kim Se Ah) and Kyung Wha (played by Shin Dong Mi) said they needed to give a luxury bag to the teacher and forced Soo Ah to give 200. Soo Ah was pressured to say yes. She was now an edu-pour.
Her daughter Ye Rin was also going through troubled times. She played the protagonist role of the beauty in the class play but because she didn”t know English, she had her role taken away. More than this, because she didn”t have expensive toys, she was picked on by Mi Bok”s daughter.
Meanwhile, “Their Perfect Day” is an omnibus drama of 2013. It”s about a kidnapping that happens at a luxurious kindergarten in Gangnam and it is drawing the empathy of upper-middle class women in their 30s.