We start off with a crisis. A hotel guest has collapsed in the casino due to heart failure, and In Young and Sung Hyun immediately leap into action. They call in an ambulance and get her safely to the hospital for surgery, while the husband is contacted. However, the husband is not at where he claims to be, implying that he was actually cheating on his wife while she was at the casino.
Kim So Yeon doesn’t look too happy to be surprised when she’s eating her lunch. She’s a spy yunno, so she can kick your ass. Anyways – the above photo comes from the set of her new film “Coffee,” where she plays a barista during 19th century Korea. In the photo below, Joo Jin Mo shows off his sleekness as the Russian spy attempting to murder the king.
Freaky. I can’t wait for this movie to come out!
Once again – a random post. But oh so necessary! Why? Because this was the film that made me a Europhile before I became an Asianophile. (Or more specifically a Koreanophile.)
Had I continued on that path, this blog would be very different from what it is now.
Well well now. When one couple ends, another blossoms! Goo Hara (from girl group KARA and currently in City Hunter) and BEAST’s Yong Joon Hyung are officially dating. (The guys have similar names too…) Photos of the two revealed them holding hands, and so their agencies released a statement confirming their coupledom. Congratulations to the two! It’ll be young puppy love. I don’t think it’ll last, but it’s nice to see these overworked pop idols take some time to be “normal” and date.
The cast of The Princess’ Man gathered together for an outdoor poster shoot. Park Shi Hoo, Moon Chae Won, Kim Young Chul, and Lee Soon Jae. Kim Young Chul is Moon’s father, while Lee Soon Jae is King Jong Seo.
There’s a playful vibe between the cast in these photos, and I grudgingly agree that Park Shi Hoo and Moon Chae Won look kind of good together. As long as Moon Chae Won acts well, and Park Shi Hoo creates chemistry with her, then I’ll be happy.
Our little Gyunnie is 30 years old!
Tweet that corresponds to picture below: “Thank you! Today is my birthday. Yoohoo!”
UPDATE: There are extra goodies below…
Can I take a moment to say I just saw “Tangled” (the Disney movie) and it was AWESOMEEEEEE. It makes me love Zachary Levi even more – and helps alleviate the “Chuck”-withdrawal. Sigh* It makes me all wish I were a princess again, and that some guy out there will fall in love with me just for who I am. Plus, it’d be great if I had awesome hair to use as rope/whip/anything I need it to be.
*Slap cheeks* – back to reality.
Above is Gummy’s new music video for her single “Love Recipe.” The song is soulful with a nice beat, although her chorus part reminds me of Janet Jackson‘s “Doesn’t Really Matter” (the chorus part too). It’s not the same at all, but similar enough in beats to make me think of it. It features Gummy with a dog, and it’s almost like a love song to her dog – except at the end of it, the dog leaves her, and she steps on a puddle of water or pee. Kinda like a man – she loved him, he left, and she was left with his shit.
In anticipation to Jung Gyu Woon‘s 30th birthday on June 28, his fan club sent over stickers and a fully prepared lunch for him and the crew. Jung Gyu Woon tweeted a picture, saying that he was super thankful to his fans and loved them, and that their gesture helped him as he shot Romance Town.
I haven’t seen the last episode of Greatest Love – or past episode 8 for that matter – but I can’t help but stop and pause when I see a wedding dress!
OOOOh I wanted to tear my hair out after this episode. It was good – but maddeningly so. I want revenge!!!!