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  1. We are all waiting .. everyone is waiting.. Source: awesome_hyeminee (thanks to mistymorning for the translation) The clip is exactly the same from Mr Sunshine Caption: No news about the release of The Man Standing Next - which we're waiting for so long - and no instagram posts from Byunghun naeuri. My heart yearns for BH
  2. Some BHEnt highlight and info from Kakao M for the upcoming actor's audition. Thanks to @mistymorning for the wonderful translation. Source: Kakao M First KakaoM Actors' Audition - BH Entertainment Intro(duction) - BH Entertainment CEO Son Seock Woo (SSW) - "When we first started this company, we were thinking of the keyword 'Happiness'" For actors/actresses' growth, the most important thing is to plan with care/time based on trust Actor Lee Byung Hun - "I chose 'Mr Sunshine' by the recommendation from BH Entertainment CEO SSW" Actor Jin Goo - SSW is the one who started my acting career. I owe him much in many things. He helped me out in the most important moments in my life. The reason I didn't give up on being actor is the trust I have in SSW
  3. September 14, 2019 August ticket sales for S. Korean movies hit 7-year low SEOUL, Sept. 14 (Yonhap) -- Monthly sales figures for homegrown films tumbled to their lowest point in seven years last month on a dearth of hit titles, a report showed Saturday. Sales of tickets for South Korean movies came to 18 million in August, 4.21 million less than the monthly sales recorded in August last year, according to the Korean Film Council. It is the first August figure to fall below the 20-million level since 2012. The unusual downturn is attributable to Korean films' tepid performance this summer. Such famous movies as 2014's "Roaring Currents" and "A Taxi Driver" and "Along With the Gods: The Last 49 Days" from 2018 dominated the summer box office in the past, all drawing more than 10 million moviegoers each. The movie scene this summer was an exception, with the best-performing film, "Exit," managing to sell just 8.28 million tickets in August following its July 31 release. The second-best-selling title was "Battle of Fengwudong," which sold less than 5 million. "As several similarly themed high-budget films hit the screens in the busy summer season, moviegoers might have grown tired (of them)," an official at the Korean Film Council said. "After four films that sold more than 10 million tickets in the first half of this year, demand has also come down in the second half," the official noted. Monthly sales of tickets for non-Korean movies, meanwhile, came to 6.81 million last month, down 1.24 million from a year earlier and the lowest for August since 2012. This puts the total ticket sales at 24.81 million in August, down 18 percent on-year and the lowest figure for any August since 2013, according to the report.
  4. September 14, 2019 August ticket sales for S. Korean movies hit 7-year low SEOUL, Sept. 14 (Yonhap) -- Monthly sales figures for homegrown films tumbled to their lowest point in seven years last month on a dearth of hit titles, a report showed Saturday. Sales of tickets for South Korean movies came to 18 million in August, 4.21 million less than the monthly sales recorded in August last year, according to the Korean Film Council. It is the first August figure to fall below the 20-million level since 2012. The unusual downturn is attributable to Korean films' tepid performance this summer. Such famous movies as 2014's "Roaring Currents" and "A Taxi Driver" and "Along With the Gods: The Last 49 Days" from 2018 dominated the summer box office in the past, all drawing more than 10 million moviegoers each. The movie scene this summer was an exception, with the best-performing film, "Exit," managing to sell just 8.28 million tickets in August following its July 31 release. The second-best-selling title was "Battle of Fengwudong," which sold less than 5 million. "As several similarly themed high-budget films hit the screens in the busy summer season, moviegoers might have grown tired (of them)," an official at the Korean Film Council said. "After four films that sold more than 10 million tickets in the first half of this year, demand has also come down in the second half," the official noted. Monthly sales of tickets for non-Korean movies, meanwhile, came to 6.81 million last month, down 1.24 million from a year earlier and the lowest for August since 2012. This puts the total ticket sales at 24.81 million in August, down 18 percent on-year and the lowest figure for any August since 2013, according to the report.
  5. September 14, 2019 August ticket sales for S. Korean movies hit 7-year low SEOUL, Sept. 14 (Yonhap) -- Monthly sales figures for homegrown films tumbled to their lowest point in seven years last month on a dearth of hit titles, a report showed Saturday. Sales of tickets for South Korean movies came to 18 million in August, 4.21 million less than the monthly sales recorded in August last year, according to the Korean Film Council. It is the first August figure to fall below the 20-million level since 2012. The unusual downturn is attributable to Korean films' tepid performance this summer. Such famous movies as 2014's "Roaring Currents" and "A Taxi Driver" and "Along With the Gods: The Last 49 Days" from 2018 dominated the summer box office in the past, all drawing more than 10 million moviegoers each. The movie scene this summer was an exception, with the best-performing film, "Exit," managing to sell just 8.28 million tickets in August following its July 31 release. The second-best-selling title was "Battle of Fengwudong," which sold less than 5 million. "As several similarly themed high-budget films hit the screens in the busy summer season, moviegoers might have grown tired (of them)," an official at the Korean Film Council said. "After four films that sold more than 10 million tickets in the first half of this year, demand has also come down in the second half," the official noted. Monthly sales of tickets for non-Korean movies, meanwhile, came to 6.81 million last month, down 1.24 million from a year earlier and the lowest for August since 2012. This puts the total ticket sales at 24.81 million in August, down 18 percent on-year and the lowest figure for any August since 2013, according to the report.
  6. Stronger. Better. Happier. Together. Source: Lee Min Jung Fanpage (this IG is followed by MJ herself )
  7. 12/9 CHUSEOK greetings from BH Entertainment, thanks to mistymorning for the translation BH moon has risen with full of happiness. Wish all of you a warm and great Hangawi just like the bright moon.
  8. 12/9: The episode 10 (finale) of TBoS featured the cast enjoying their last day in Carmona by visiting their host's olive farm. Minjung having a great time enjoying the food (as certified foodie, she never misses to take photos ) and dancing happily.. the rather see-through white dress doesn't bother her. The show featured pics of MJ during her wedding and another taken by BH while they were vacationing. When asked about weddings in Korea: MJ: It was summer.. August. Very hot and rainy.. and thunder. It was very hot but inside, it was good. Source: manjungs216
  9. Wishing all friends and fans at Lee Byung Hun soompi thread Wish in Hangul by mistymorning
  10. A little red heart by Byunghun at ANDAZ Seoul Gangnam Grand Opening (9/6) Clip: GRAZIA via @ByungBlue
  11. 12/9 CHUSEOK greetings from BH Entertainment, thanks to mistymorning for the translation BH moon has risen with full of happiness. Wish all of you a warm and great Hangawi just like the bright moon.
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