Thursday, June 30, 2011

After School profile

After School is a South Korean girl group under the label of Pledis Entertainment. The group had their first performance alongside label mate Son Dam Bi in 2008 and their official debut occurred on January 2009 with the song "AH!". The group became popular with the release of their hit single, "Because of You", which attained #1 and a triple crown on SBS's Inkigayo. After School went on to win various awards at the Billboard Japan Music Awards and the Seoul Music Awards.
Other hits by After School include "Diva", "Bang!" and "Shampoo". Three members of After School had formed a sub-group known as Orange Caramel with a different concept.
The group is currently preparing for their Japanese debut, and has collaborated with Namie Amuro for the song, "Make It Happen".
The current band consists of Park Kahi, Kim Jung Ah, Lee Joo Yeon, Uee, Raina, Nana, Lizzy and E-Young. Soyoung has since graduated from the group in fall 2009 and Bekah has announced that she will be departing from the group in July 2011.
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After School
Origin Seoul, South Korea
Genres Pop, Dance, Hip Hop, R&B
Years active 2009 – Present
Labels Pledis Entertainment (South Korea)
Avex Trax (Japan)
Gold Typhoon (Taiwan)
Associated acts Orange Caramel (Sub-Unit)
Son Dam Bi (Labelmate)
Namie Amuro
Korea Official Web Japan Official Web
Pledis Entertainment
**Jung Ah**
**Joo Yeon**

Past members
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Lee Min Hoo profile - 이민호

Lee Min Ho (Hangul: 이민호, born June 22, 1987) is a South Korean actor who is best known for his leading role in 2009 as 'Gu Jun Pyo', the leader of the group of students known as F4, in the South Korean television series Boys Over Flowers. He started his career in small drama roles in 2006, but he came to prominence with his acting role in Boys Over Flowers. He has subsequently appeared in the 2010 TV drama Personal Preference and the detective drama City Hunter.

Lee Min-Ho was born in Heukseok-dong, Dongjak-gu, Seoul, South Korea on June 22, 1987. His family consists of his mother, father, and one older sister. As a young child, Lee Min-Ho hoped to become a football (soccer) player, but an injury in the 5th grade of elementary school ended those dreams. However, Lee Min-Ho still keeps up with football and mentions Nal-do Ho as his favorite player.

In the 2nd year of his high school career, Lee Min-Ho turned his attention to acting. By the time of Lee Min-Ho's senior year in high school he joined Starhaus Entertainment with the help of an acquaintance. After going through training, Min-ho started auditioning for roles and landed smaller roles in several television dramas. His major breakthough came with Min-ho landing the lead role in the KBS2 drama Boys Over Flowers as Gu Jun-pyo. The television series became immensely popular and regularly received ratings of over 30% in South Korea. Lee Min-Ho is currently majoring in Film & Art at Konkuk University.



2011 City Hunter         =as=>     Lee Yoon Sung         SBS
2010 Personal Taste         =as=>     Jeon Jin Ho         MBC
2009 Boys Over Flowers =as=>     Gu Jun Pyo         KBS2
2007 I Am Sam                =as=>      Heo Mose                 KBS2
2007 Mackerel Run        =as=>       Cha Gong Chan SBS
2006 Secret Campus        =as=>       Park Doo Hyun SBS
2005 Love Hymn        =as=>       a cook                     MBC

Detail Profile

Name: Lee Min-Ho
Hangul: 이민호
Profession: Actor
Birthdate: June 22, 1987
Birthplace: South Korea
Height: 187 cm.
Weight: 70kg.
Star Sign: Cancer
Blood Type: A

Wednesday, June 29, 2011

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Monday, June 20, 2011

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Sunday, June 19, 2011

Tokyo Juliet - 東方茱麗葉 / Dong Fang Zhu Li Ye / Tokyo Juliet

While lost during a party, Lin Lai Sui (Ariel Lin) fortuitously meets a young boy who comforts her while she is scared. He compliments her hair while touching it, saying that it looks very long and dark, just like a doll. From then on, she thought of him as her first love and grew her hair out in hopes of meeting him again.

Lai Sui is an upcoming fashion designer who had her designs “Daisy”, which she drew when she was 5 years old, stolen by Chu Xing (Simon Yam), a fashion ‘genius’. At the opening ceremony of her university, Bao Cheng Institute, she openly embarrasses and challenges Chu Xing, promising she will become a much more prominent designer than him and cause his downfall. Privately, Sui also vowed she would not fall in love until her promise is fulfilled. However, she soon changes her mind when she meets the attractive, flirty, kinky, and popular senior Ji Feng Liang (Wu Chun).. There are many surprises in store for Sui as she tries to outmaneuver Chu Xing’s plans to ruin her while still striving to keep a steady relationship with Liang. Then again, in the world of fashion nothing is secure.

Title: 東方茱麗葉 / Dong Fang Zhu Li Ye / Tokyo Juliet
Genre: Drama, Romance
Episodes: 17
Subtitles: Hardsubbed
Broadcast network: GTV
Broadcast period: 2006-Jun-03 to 2006-Sep-23
Air time: Saturday 22:00-23:30
Subtitles by: TJ Fansubs

Cast :
Ariel Lin as Lin Lai Sui
Wu Chun as Ji Feng Liang
Simon Yam as Chu Xing
Tang Zhi Ping as Ai Li Ou
Huang Hong Sheng as Lu Yi Mi
Kagami Tomohisa as Ke Xing
Jozie Lu as Gan Li Sha
Janel Tsai as Gao Gang Quan
Cai Yi Zhen as Pei Mei Zi
Wu Jun Qiang as Teng Guang Xi
Bryant Chang as Zheng Nei Si
Shang Hao Xiang as Wei Ze Gong
Chen Ruo Yi as Ma Li Ya
Wang Jue as La Fu Er / Ka Er Ma Ni
Jane Wang as Sui's mother / Chu Ying's wife
Hong Jiao Nang
Zhang Hao Ming as clothing store owner
Alexia Kao as You Qi
Guo Ching Chun as Liang's Mother
Xiang Bo Tao as childhood Ji Feng Liang
Xu Qiong Yun (許瓊云) as childhood Lin Lai Sui
Trivia :
The series was based on the Japanese shoujo manga "Tokyo Juliet" by Miyuki Kitagawa.
Julian Yang dubbed Wu Chun's voice in the drama. Wu Chun, being a non-native Chinese speaker, had trouble enunciating long and fast dialog.
Angela Zhang was supposed to take the role of Lin Lai Sui but was busy filming Bump Off Lover so the role was given to Ariel Lin.

Full House - 풀하우스 / Pool Ha-woo-seu

Han Ji Eun is a naive writer who got swindled out of everything she owned including her house by her best friends. Stranded in China, She managed to borrow money from an actor Lee Young Jae to return to Korea. On her return, she found out that her house was bought by Lee Young Jae. In an attempt to get her possessions back, she entered in a contract marriage with Young Jae for one year. In spite of losing all, Ji Eun manages to be cheerful and takes things in strike and the business relationship between the two becomes personal as they start to rely and care for each other. Based on a popular manhwa of the same title.

A story about love and heartbreak, sadness and self-preservation.
A naive, cheerful albeit, somewhat of a recluse writer, Han Ji Eun (Song Hye Gyo) is swindled out of everything she owns. Not by strangers, but her best friends! Stranded in another country, she is determined to get home with the help of an actor, Lee Young Jae (Bi), only to find that all which is precious to her has been sold. In an attempt to get her possessions back, she has entered in a contract marriage with Young Jae. It is quite simple, until feelings start to develop. Everyone around them test the “love” Young Jae and Ji Eun have for one another, including Young Jae’s grandmother.
In spite of it all, Ji Eun manages to be humorous and endearing – even when her heart is breaking.

Title: 풀하우스 / Pool Ha-woo-seu
Episodes: 16
Broadcast network: KBS
Broadcast year: 2004-07-14 to 2004-09-02
Language: Korean
Subtitle : English (soft-subbed)

Bi (Rain) as Lee Young Jae
Song Hye Gyo as Han Ji Eun
Han Eun Jung as Kang Hye Won
Kim Sung Soo as Yu Min Hyuk

Adorable and sweet, Full House is full of great acting and enjoyable characters and brings to life a wonderful story of endearing relationships which compensate its replica episodes. Most notable is the gorgeous Song Hye Kyo and her unwavering performance as the charismatic Han Ji-eun. Also, the story provides surprisingly likeable characters with each having a crafted purpose to contribute to building the plot. Although the latter episodes begin to tie down the drama with repeated cause-and-affect situations, fans of Song Hye Kyo will not be disappointed with her presentation in Full House.

Adding a fresh character to her works, Song Hye Kyo takes front-and-center stage with her performance as Han Ji-eun. Effortlessly, she is able to put aside her renowned performances of old with an adorable giggle and a vibrant smile that even shines through her eyes. She brings realism to the character showing Ji-eun's aspiration and determination, her laughter and happiness, her foolishness and regret. Undoubtedly, Song Hye Kyo plays this role naturally opposite attractive Bi or Jung Ji-hoon and his fitting performance as Lee Young-jae. Of course, both stars are fortunate to play a part in a drama with well written characters.

The drama is flavored with different types of likeable characters that similarly push the story forward with their foolish actions. First, Ji-eun and Young-jae thoughtlessly enter into a contract marriage even though they obviously loathe each other. Meanwhile, sly-fox Hye-won desperately tries to sustain Young-jae's companionship despite his marriage. Then, deciding to get involved because of the way Young-jae treats his wife, Min-hyuk knowingly risks their friendships and challenges Young-jae's love for Ji-eun. Finally, the top tier of this foolish cake is the surprisingly enjoyable friends of Ji-eun, Dong-wook and Hee-jin. These two continuously give the plot momentum with their hasty chatter and clever lies. All in all, the characters' irrational personalities are balanced with decency and purpose.

Towards the end, the drama slow downs and the foolish love-war relationship between Ji-eun and Young-jae is redundant. Whether she is apologizing for upsetting him and doing the housework to makeup for her actions or he is, the same set up and execution is used for several episodes and begins to get old.

Still, Full House ranks as a must see drama. Song Hye Kyo is a sure hit while the story's characters are easily revered despite their faults. With a little tolerance for excessiveness, viewers can walk away from Full House with hearts full of contentment.

The music of Full House enhances the audience's love for its characters. Songs like Why's 'Unh Myung (translated to 'Fate', track one), Byul's (Star) I think I (track 4), and even Lim Jung Hee's 'Geh Deh Ji Geum' (not featured on OST) beautifully express Young-jae's and Ji-eun's inner struggles. Sung with strong conviction from Young-jae's position, Unh Myung has tender lyrics, "Like a fool, I'm regretting this late…I wished that it wouldn't be you." (KBFD translations) On the other hand, 'Geh Deh Ji Geum' and 'I think I', speaks of the Ji-eun's overwhelming feelings. It is lovely music for a lovely drama. Sumber : Wikipedia

It Started With A Kiss - 惡作劇之吻 (恶作剧之吻) / O Tso Chu Chih Wen (E Zuo Ju Zhi Wen)

Synopsis :
After an earthquake destroyed Xiang Qin’s house, she and her father moved in with the family of her father’s college buddy, Uncle Ah Li. To her surprise, the kind and amicable aunt and uncle are the parents of her cold and distant schoolmate Jiang Zhi Shu, a genius with an IQ of 200 whom not too long ago rejected her endless crush on him. Will the close proximity give her a second chance to win Zhi Shu’s heart? Or, will her love for him end under his cold words? What happens when there is competition for his heart?
Title: 惡作劇之吻 (恶作剧之吻) / O Tso Chu Chih Wen (E Zuo Ju Zhi Wen)
Subtitle: English Hardsubbed
Genre: Romance, Comedy
Episodes: TV: 20, DVD: 30
Broadcast period: 2005 Sep 25 – 2006 Feb 12
Air time: Sunday 22:00 to 23:30
Opening theme song: Say U Love Me by Jason and Lara
Ending theme song: E Zuo Ju by Wang Lan Yin
Insert songs: See It Started with a Kiss OST
Related Shows: Itazura na Kiss, Playful Kiss

Cast :
Ariel Lin as Yuan Xiang Qin
Joe Cheng as Jiang Zhi Shu
Jiro Wang as Jin Yuan Feng
Tiffany Xu as Pei Zi Yu
Cyndi Chao as Ah Li’s wife / Jiang Zhao Zi
Zhang Yong Zheng as Jiang Ah Li
Tang Tsung Sheng as Yuan You Cai
Zhang Bo Han as Jiang Yu Shu
Candice Liu as Liu Ya Nong
Petty Yang as Lin Chun Mei
Jason as Wang Hao Qian
Bianca Bai as Bai Hua Lan
Qian De Men as Director Bai
Lai Zhi Wei as Du Jian Zhong

SuckSeed ห่วยขั้นเทพ - SuckSeed

Synopsis :
Inspired by the rhythm of rock ‘n roll, the film tells a story of teenage boys who set up their rock band called SuckSeed to particularly impress girls.
A teen comedy about a group of high-school students who form a band even though they’re not remotely gifted with music. Their intention is to impress girls. But when a pretty young student turns up and wants to join the band as a guitarist, things start to get interesting.

Title: SuckSeed ห่วยขั้นเทพ
                                                      Director: Chayanop Boonprakob
Cast: Jirayu La-ongmanee, Natcha Nuanjam, Pashorn Jiratiwat, Thawat Pornrattanaprasert
Rating: 15+ Musical comedy

Warrior Baek Dong Soo

Set in the Joseon Dynasty during King Jeongjo’s reign, this martial-arts fusion sageuk is centered around the events involving Crown Prince Sado’s conspiracy. Warrior Baek Dong Soo was a real-life legend who created a martial arts guide in Joseon. His group who defends King Jeongjo is pitted against a mysterious organization of assassins who plot to kill the King.

Title: 무사 백동수 / Musa Baek Dong Soo
Previously known as: 야뇌 백동수 / Honorable Baek Dong Soo
Genre: Period
Episodes: TBA
Broadcast network: SBS
Broadcast period: 2010-Jul-04 to 2011-TBA
Air time: Monday & Tuesday 21:55

Cast : 

Ji Chang Wook as Baek Dong Soo
- Yeo Jin Goo as young Dong Soo
Yoo Seung Ho as Yeo Woon
- Park Gun Tae as young Yeo Woon
Yoon So Yi as Hwang Jin Joo
- Lee Hye In (이혜인) as young Jin Joo
Shin Hyun Bin as Yoo Ji Sun
- Nam Ji Hyun as young Ji Sun
Choi Min Soo as Chun
Jun Kwang Ryul as Kim Gwang Taek
Park Joon Gyu as Huk Sa Mo
Park Won Sang as Jang Dae Pyo
Choi Jae Hwan as Yang Cho Rip
Oh Man Suk as Crown Prince Sado
Yoon Ji Min as Ji
Park Chul Min as In
Lee Won Jong as Hong Dae Joo
Jung Ho Bin as Im Soo Woong
Ahn Suk Hwan as Seo Yoo Dae
Kim Dong Gyoon as Boo Gwan
Park Geun Hyung as King Yeongjo
Geum Dan Bi as Queen Jungsoo
Sung Ji Roo
Lee Shi Un
Choi Yoon So

Come Rain Come Shine - 사랑한다, 사랑하지 않는다, Saranghanda

Synopsis :
Hyeon Bin plays a very considerate yet, hard to know kind of person. Im Soo-jeong plays the role of a woman who leaves the house because of a man. This movie is about a five years married couple and their lives playing hide-and-seek in their hearts.

 Also Known As: 사랑한다, 사랑하지 않는다, Saranghanda
Directed by: Lee Yoon-ki (이윤기)
Country: South Korea
Language: Korean
Subtitle: English | Korean [.sub/.idx]
Year: 2011
Genre: Melodrama, Romance

 Cast :
Hyeon Bin
Im Soo-jeong
Kim Ji-soo

Choi Siwon and Lee Donghae Confirmed For Taiwan Idol Drama “Extravagant Challenge”

Idol Drama Extravagant Challenge has had many hardships while trying to decide on a male lead, from Jerry Yan to Wu Chun, ’till the final decision of Super Junior’s Siwon and Donghae to take up the post. Siwon and Donghae have a rather deep relationship with Taiwan’s entertainment circle. They have once came to Taiwan and given support by making a guest appearance in Ariel Lin’s Fireflies MV, and thus forged cooperation opportunities.

This time, the missing of male leads for Extravagant Challenge led to the pulling of strings by Ariel Lin’s management company, who sought out Siwon and Donghae of Super Junior.

Extravagant Challenge is an adaption of a Japanese manga, now the male protagonists are taken charge of by Korean male celebrities, and the female protagonist is portrayed by Taiwan’s leading sister Ariel Lin. China, Japan, and Korea, the collaboration of these three countries is not a small gimmick.

Extravagant Challenge is approximated to begin filming in March of next year (2011). A lot of audiences are worried because Siwon and Donghae do not understand Chinese but while filming “A Battle of Wits”, Siwon has already had experience with dubbing.

Taken from Korea’s MTV Website [Korea Music Forum]

You Are My Destiny - You Are My Life -너는 내 운명 / Neoneun Nae Unmyeong

Title: 너는 내 운명 / Neoneun Nae Unmyeong
Also known as: You Are My Destiny / You Are My Life
Chinese title : 你是我的命运
Genre: Romance, family
Episodes: 178
Broadcast network: KBS1
Broadcast period: 2008-May-05 to 2009-Jan-09
Air time: Mondays to Fridays 20:25

Jang Sae Byuk is a a girl who tries to find a new meaning in life after she receives an eye cornea transplant from the doctor that took care of her after her accident. That doctor, Kim Na Young, died in a car accident on her way back from Africa. Sae Byuk becomes close with the Na Young’s family after finding them. The family slowly accepts her as part of the family. Kang Ho Se and Kim Tae Poong, Na Young’s twin brother, have disliked each other since they were young kids. This is mostly Tae Poong hates Ho Se because Ho Se’s family was rich and because Tae Poong’s father was Ho Se’s father’s driver and his mother was the maid.

Cast :

* Im Yoon Ah as Jang Sae Byuk
* Lee Ji Hoon as Kim Tae Poong
* Lee Pil Mo as Kim Tae Young
* Jang Yong as Kim Dae Jin (Tae Poong’s father)
* Jung Ae Ri as Oh Young Sook (Tae Poong’s mother)
* Park Jae Jung as Kang Ho Se
* Lee Seol Ah as Kang Yu Ri (Ho Se’s sister)
* Hyun Suk as Kang Chil Bok (Ho Se’s father)
* Yang Geum Suk as Seo Min Jung (Ho Se’s mother)
* Kim Jung Nan as Ban So Young
* Park Min Ji as Ban Yoon Hee (So Young’s daughter)
* Sun Woo Yong Nyeo as Lee Hwa Ran (So Young’s mother)
* Choi Won Young as Nam Gyeong Woo (Na Young’s co-worker)
* Park Seul Gi as Bok Joo (Sae Byuk’s best friend)


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(born February 23, 1988) 
Korean name Kim Ji Yeop (Hangul: 김지엽)

(born August 25, 1988 ), 
full name Hwang Kwang Hee (Hangul: 황광희)

 (born December 1, 1988 ), 
real name Im Woong Jae (Hangul: 임웅재)

(leader, born February 9, 1989 ), 
full name Moon Jun Young (Hangul: 문준영)

(rapper, born June 18, 1989),
 full name Kim Tae Heon (Hangul: 김태헌)

(born December 9, 1989 ),
 full name Jung Hee Cheol . (Hangul: 정희철)

 (main dancer, born September 6, 1990 ), 
full name Ha Min Woo (Hangul: 하민우)

(born November 16, 1991 ),
 full name Park Hyung Shik (Hangul: 박형식)

(born February 11, 1992 ),
 full name Kim Dong Jun (Hangul: 김동준)