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Monstar ostA surprising collaboration of the two biggest names in K-pop idol groupsnamely Beast's Junhyung and BTOB's Minyuk,Hyunsik, Changsub and Sungjae is here.The group revealed their own composition entitled "Man in Black" and recentlyreleased " After Time Passes" as the second single for the soundtrack of thedrama "Monstar" currently airing in Korean television.
The group revealed their photos of their special participation in the tvN andMnet music drama. Speculations around the OST are swirling that it is just aremake same as the track coming from Postino.
"After Time Passes" is described as having a melancholic approach thatdelivers the emotional vocal power of each members, slow but would leave a markin the hearts of every listener. It will be filled with soothing melodies thatwill blend perfectly with a calming background track and snare beat while vocalswill occasionally be hitting high notes.
(Photo : KpopStarz) In the outdated few months no less than3 k-drama actresses were featured in track videos. Ha Ji Won can also benoticed in the recent PSY video Daddy as the instructora tenderedition of PSY flirts with. Hes so charismatic that she turns out flustered.
Its now notthe primary time she worked with him as she up to now did a Cass Mild Beer advertisement alongside him in which she reenacted the noted foam kiss scene from Secret Garden.
Its also not her first music video performance. Her finalprior togambling Psys instructorwas once the 2008 video for romance Story, sung by capacity of Rain.
As k-dramas increasingly explore mental health issues, there are also more medical characters that are psychologists. Hwang Jung Eum was a good psychologist when she attempted to cure Ji Sung of his dissociative disorder in "Kill Me Heal Me." She also played a doctor in "Golden Time." Joo Jin Mo was a bad psychiatrist in "Mask," because he tried to convince Joo Ji Hoon"s character that he was crazy when he wasn"t.
Necklace is a romantic gift that you can give to your significant other, or if you’re celebrating Valentine’s with your best friend, why not get matching ones to symbolize your friendship? The delicate and girly necklaces seen in “Boys Over Flowers” and “Master’s Sun” will look great on anyone, and they make a wonderful gift for any K-Drama addict. If you’re looking for a token of luck, then go for the cute necklace that Choi In Ha (Park Shin Hye) made out of Choi Dal Po’s (Lee Jong Suk) button in “Pinocchio“!
In the 20th episode of last year’s biggest drama sensation, “My Love from the Stars,” Chun Song Yi (Jun Ji Hyun) moved Do Min Joon (Kim Soo Hyun) to tears by giving him a USB flash dive with a sweet proposal video. Inspired by this touching scene, we have picked out cute flash drives that you can customize and give to your loved ones. You can film a video message, put together a personalized photo slideshow, or create a playlist of your friend’s favorite OST songs, for example.
After Jang Geun Suk’s character performed surgery on two plush toys to create the famous Pig Rabbit for Park Shin Hye, the show’s producers were flooded by inquiries about the toy from fans of “You’re Beautiful.” Everyone wanted to get their hands on their own Pig Rabbit, and it is still the perfect soft and cuddly gift to give your friend or loved one.
Dal Po cleans up nicely! He looks amazing with a short cut and a slim, black suit. Dal Po stares at his reflection on the bus stop glass wall and looks worried- he says to his dad that he doesn’t look like his son anymore. Grandpa assures him that Dal Po is his son- look how handsome both of them are! So there is no need to worry. He doesn’t have to hide anymore. Dal Po realizes grandpa knows he is not his real son.
Talk about palm sweating and heart racing! Of course, I knew it wasn’t possible that Ha Woo Jin would plummet to his death so early in the game, but it certainly didn’t stop me from tensing in anxiety and nervousness whenever Ha Woo Jin began swinging on that thin rope just threatening to snap. The kicker here is that this was the exact same method Ha Woo Jin used a year ago when he sought revenge for his mother, so whoever is the one behind knocking him out cold and replicating the scene has all the important tidbits on Ha Woo Jin and his past. What kind of dangers he might face next is anyone’s guess, but as he’s trying to save himself from becoming pancake on concrete, Nam Da Jung is busy trying to save herself from elimination in the layoff round with a 50/50 game and Jaime as her opponent.
I love how the pacing has continued to be fast and consistent throughout the episodes and it is my sincere hope that it will continue this way until the end. The intensity is still present, particularly with Ha Woo Jin, and I’m so loving Lee Sang Yoon‘s portrayal of him. I’ve never seen his projects before, but I’ve already put his other projects on my to-watch list because he’s absolutely captivating here. I’m also really enjoying the unknown and how fast roles can be reversed in the games. It’s been a fun ride with just the right touch of mystery, humor, and heart thumping thrill. As always, the episode ends on a cliffhanger, so I’m anxious to see how the next episode plays out.
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