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‘Dream High 2′ actors read script for the series all the time
‘dream High 2′ Actors Read Script For The Series All The Time

‘Dream High 2′ actors read script for the series all the time

In the pictures, Kang So Ra, Jung Jin Woon, Park Ji Yeon, Jr., Kim Ji Soo, and Yoo So Young are holding scripts all the time even when they sit, stand, or lie down.

The series is receiving favorable reviews and made more people eagerly anticipate the next plot. The series airs every Monday and Tuesday at 9:55 p.m.

Ten K-Drama Actors That Returned To High School For A Role
Ten K-Drama Actors That Returned To High School For A Role

Ten K-Drama Actors That Returned To High School For A Role

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Many dramas use different actors to portray the backstory of how characters first met when they were in high school. But a few use 20-something, 30-something and even 40-something actors to play the high school equivalent of their characters. Shin Min Ah is the latest actress who put on a high school uniform for a role-and look great in it. Stills from "Oh My Venus" show her as a beautiful popular high school student named Kang Joo Eun.

At 31, the actress still manages to look the part. Who else rocked the uniform look in a drama? Here are a few more contenders we think pulled it off.

2. Lee Min Ho. One of the reasons the 28-year-old actor chose the role of Kim Tan in the drama "The Heirs" was that he might soon be too old to wear a uniform convincingly. "The reason I chose "Heirs" was because I wanted to do a youthful romance wearing a school uniform before I turned 30," he said at the press conference for his film "Gangnam Blues." "I think it will be difficult to see me in a school uniform from now on."

Korea's Top Pop Acts Hit The Stage With High Energy Performances For Annual Hallyu Dream Festival

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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.

Seoul School of Performing Arts: a K-Pop fangirl
Seoul School Of Performing Arts: A K-Pop Fangirl"s Dream High School

Seoul School of Performing Arts: a K-Pop fangirl"s dream high school

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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
Woman Crush Wednesday: Iu's Character Kim Pil Suk On "dream High"

Woman Crush Wednesday: IU's Character Kim Pil Suk On "Dream High"

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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.

Actors That Made the Grade Playing High School Students
Actors That Made The Grade Playing High School Students

Actors That Made the Grade Playing High School Students

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The latest to make the grade as a high school student is Seo In Guk in "High School King of Manners." The comedy switches back and forth between the classroom and the boardroom but Seo In Guk does a good job of actually acting like a high school student even in corporate settings. His brash and often immature behavior is interpreted as confidence in a workplace setting.

He"s had some experience. Not only did he really attend high school, it"s not his first role as a student since he also played one in "Reply 1997."

Lee Min Ho: He got the opportunity for a high school do-over twice. He played the spoiled Gun Jun Pyo in "Boys Over Flowers" and then the more sensitive Kim Tan in "The Heirs." However, "The Heirs" is probably his last high school role as Lee is 27 and starting to look too mature to still be in school. Both dramas take on the subject of bullying and privilege.

MR.MR's Changjae to join fellow idol-turned-actors in 'High School'
Mr.mr's Changjae To Join Fellow Idol-Turned-Actors In 'high School'

MR.MR's Changjae to join fellow idol-turned-actors in 'High School'

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Changjae will play the role of Suk Hoon who is the exemplary classmate of Lee Sung Yeol (INFINITE"s Sungyeol) and always ranks at the top of his entire school. As mentioned earlier, the story follows male student Shin Woo Hyun (INFINITE"s Woohyun), who is saved from a dangerous situation by angel Lee Seul Bi (Kim Sae Ron). She becomes human as a result.

“High School King” Actors Promise to Fulfill Pledges If Viewership Ratings Exceed 3%
“High School King” Actors Promise To Fulfill Pledges If Viewership Ratings Exceed 3%

“High School King” Actors Promise to Fulfill Pledges If Viewership Ratings Exceed 3%

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In the photos, the actors hold up a drawing pad with their pledges written on them. Seo In Guk’s notepad read, “If we get over 3% viewership ratings, the actors will gift their own cherished items.” Seo In Guk had also previously mentioned this pledge earlier at the press conference for “High School King.” Lee Ha Na had written, “If the viewership ratings pass 3%, I will record a cute song with Seo In Guk for the fans to listen to.” Lee Yeol Eum had written, “If viewership ratings go over 3%, I will send out handwritten letters and homemade cookies to everyone. “ On Lee Soo Hyuk’s notepad, he wrote, “If the viewership ratings pass 5%, I will do anything for you.”

BTS Ranks High on Oricon Weekly Chart with “No More Dream”
Bts Ranks High On Oricon Weekly Chart With “No More Dream”

BTS Ranks High on Oricon Weekly Chart with “No More Dream”

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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.

'Dream High' co-star Kim Soo Hyun revealed to have attended one of IU's concerts
'dream High' Co-Star Kim Soo Hyun Revealed To Have Attended One Of Iu's Concerts

'Dream High' co-star Kim Soo Hyun revealed to have attended one of IU's concerts

News via allkpop.com

The rep told Newsen on June 3, "On May 29, Kim Soo Hyun attended IU"s little theater concert "Just One Step.. That Much More" and watched from the audience. After both IU and Kim Soo Hyun appeared in drama "Dream High" together, they have consistently been in contact with each other. IU maintains her relationships with her friends from "Dream High" and they all get along well."

Meanwhile, this is becoming a hot topic on the internet as people claim to have witnessed the two together. Despite his busy schedule as a famous Hallyu star, Kim Soo Hyun managed to find the time to watch his good friend"s concert!