[K-Pop] BoA New Song “Between Heaven and Hell”

Apparently before heading to Japan for “Tail of Hope”, BoA made sure that she’ll surprise people with a fresh release in Korea.

This beautiful ballad is one of the theme songs of the drama “Shark.”

[K-Drama] Filming begins on Heading to the Ground

source: Today Korea, Mk.co.kr
Translations: dramabeans

Don’t call him U-Know Yunho anymore; the DBSK idol star wants to be known under his real name, Jung Yun-ho, as he takes on the lead role — and his acting debut — in the MBC soccer drama Heading to the Ground [맨땅에 헤딩].

The drama recently began shooting; its first filming day took place in Seoul’s Kangnam district in a scene that saw Jung Yun-ho chatting with his friend since middle school, played by Lee Yoon-ji. Jung was reportedly very careful as he filmed, checking every one of his movements and lines of dialogue, and practicing in spare moments. He frequently conferred with producers to confirm that the details he’d prepared according to his image of the character were fitting in properly.

PD Park Sung-soo (Ruler of Your Own World) did praise his star for his preparation, saying, “Good job. When did you practice all that?”

Jung described filming as going comfortably, saying, “The atmosphere on the set is really great, enough to be surprising. …It’s a ton of fun expressing this character of Cha Bong-kun. The first shoot felt really good.” As the Bong-kun character is a talented soccer player, Jung also explained that he’s also got to keep in shape.

The plot draws a romantic love story between opposites: Bong-kun is passionate soccer player with a warm, positive personality who doesn’t have much in the way of worldly possessions. His love interest Hae-bin (Go Ara) has everything as the rich daughter of the team owner, who is determined to prove herself on her own merits. The two have a bickering relationship fueled by constant misunderstandings that (naturally!) turns romantic.

Heading to the Ground airs its first episode on September 9.

[K-Drama/K-Pop] Han Gain was initially casted with UKnow YunHo for ‘Heading the ground’

The original casting for the new drama ‘ Heading to the ground’ were Kim Rae Won and Han GaIn. And with the news of Kim Rae Won leaving the drama for army, Han GaIn have decided to withdraw from the drama after some consideration.

Thus it is said that UKnow YunHo had missed the opportunity to act with Han GaIn.

ItIt’s the first time UKnow YunHo taking up a actual drama, as we know that Dong Bang Shin Ki has only participated in banju drama last time. In the drama, UKnow YunHo is known to be a guy with no luck since young. Through the hard work and talent, he became a national soccer player.

On 19th July, through the 5 hours of audition, Uknow YunHo has been chosen as the main cast for the drama. The producer have also commented on his acting skills ” When watching him acting, it feels like UKnow YunHo was the character, Cha Bong Gun. And UKnow YunHo has been practicing on his acting skills for the past few years and his character matched the with character that is he acting.”

The new main cast for the new soccer drama ‘Heading to the Ground’ are Uknow YunHo, Go AhRa & Lee Yun Ji.

source: kbites

[K-Drama] Preview of Jaejoon’s Kissing Scene in Heaven’s Postman

OMG. Here’s the preview of our Jaejoong oppa~ of TVXQ kissing Han Hyo Joo in their drama “Heaven’s Postman.”

Here’s the story summary courtesy of allkpop:

DBSK Jaejoong plays Shin Jae Joon (Japanese character’s name is Yu), an IT worker who gets into an accident and ends up in a vegetative state, becoming a messenger for the present and the afterworld. While traveling back and forth, delivering letters to the departed, he meets Jo Ha Na, played by Han Hyo Joo (Saki), as she is trying to send her boyfriend a letter. She is the only person who can see him.

[K-Drama] Cinderella Man’ Kwon Sangwoo, Kiss Scene with 20 Year Old Yoona

Source: http://cafe.daum.net/milkye
Translated by: blingbling9@soshified.com

Eyes have been on the current star, Kwon Sangwoo as he has a surprising kiss scene with SNSD Yoona in the MBC Wednesday, Thursday drama ‘Cinderella Man’.

‘Cinderella Man’ that will end on the 4th has given hints to the TV viewers that the major male and female characters, Kwon Sangwoo and Yoona will have kiss scenes and end in a happy ending. However, the producer said that no one knows the ending and have been keeping his lips tight on whether or not Oh Daesan (played by Kwon Sangwoo) and Seo Yoojin (played by Yoona) will happily reunite.

In ‘Cinderella Man’, Kwon Sangwoo moves on from his recent failures and shows his charisma as a romantic guy. His previous work ‘My Tutor Friend’ as a comedy movie displayed fantastic teamwork with the top star, Kim Haneul, but in this drama, he meets Yoona as his new partner and has been evaluated as showing his experience in acting.

On the 30th of the last month, Yoona who turned 20 years old (in Korean age) filmed her very first kiss scene as an actress right the next day which showed her maturity as an adult after her coming-of-age ceremony. Yoona wrote a greeting on her official homepage saying ‘I don’t like how I don’t have the opportunity to meet my fans because I’m busy with the drama’ and uploaded a picture with a cake sent by her fans without any make-up.

‘Cinderella Man’ took place in the Dongdaemoon market, the number 1 shopping market that’s popular both day and night in Korea, as a drama where Kwon Sangwoo displayed his burning passion for acting by playing 2 different roles at once for the first time.

He played Lee Junhee who is a timid fashion plutocrat and as Oh Daesan who has a burning ambition for his clothing store in Dongdaemoon while Yoona played Yoojin who encountres both love and dream of Daesun and overcomes being double-hearted to seek love.

‘Cinderella Man’ is a very important piece of work for both and other actors. As an actress, Yoona took first steps forward, which were more of a burden due to her daily drama ‘You’re My Destiny’ that had a high program rating while Kwon Sangwoo needed this to recover from his failed drama, ‘Bad Love’.

Although Hwang Jungmin-Kim Ahjoong’s ‘Babo’ and Cha Seungwon-Kim Sunah’s ‘City Hall’ and etc have jumped in the tense competition with the Wednesday, Thursday dramas, ‘Cinderella Man’ was confirmed to have a steady audience and recognized to be a well-made drama.

Taken from http://www.asianfanatics.net

[Philippines] Boys Over Flowers’ Lee Min Ho, Goo Hye Sun, and Kim Bum are going to visit the Philippines (ADDED NOTICE)

NOTICE: The date of their visit is still unknown, but rest assured that I will post it here when they announce it.  ^_^  So stay tuned… 🙂

I already posted before that the Boys Over Flowers cast are going to do some promotions here in the Philippines. And I just heard today from my fangirl sister that the actors who are coming are Lee Min Ho, Kim Bum, and Goo Hye Sun.  So congratulations to the Minho and Km Bum fangirls! 

Pif.  The singer-actors are the ones who won’t be able to make it. What a waste. I want to see Kim Hyunjoong of SS501, while my sister wants Kim Joon of T-Max. Oh well.

[K-Drama] TeleCinema Project: DBSK’s Jaejoong in Heaven’s Postman

Production for Heaven’s Postman (천국의 우편 배달부) wrapped back in December and rumors are that it will air sometime this month on SBS.

DBSK Jaejoong plays Shin Jae Joon (Japanese character’s name is Yu), an IT worker who gets into an accident and ends up in a vegetative state, becoming a messenger for the present and the afterworld. While traveling back and forth, delivering letters to the departed, he meets Jo Ha Na, played by Han Hyo Joo (Saki), as she is trying to send her boyfriend a letter. She is the only person who can see him.

Heaven’s Postman’s budget is estimated at 100 billion won. This drama is directed by Lee Hyeong Min, who previously directed “Sorry, I Love You” and “Snow Queen.” The drama’s script is written by “Long Vacation” Japanese popular screenwriter, Kitagawa Eriko.

credits: allkpop