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These Handsome Korean Actors Played As North Korean Agents In Movies

 

Korean actors have their own style and charms that capture the heart of the viewers. There are certain details and angles that carry a character they portray.

 

The latest movie "Steel Rain 2: Summit" tackles leaders from three powerful countries: South Korea, the U.S., and North Korea. Lead actor and turned director Jung Woo Sung plays the president of South Korea, Yoo Yeon Seok portrayed a North Korean leader, while Kwak Do Won is a North Korean Supreme Guard Command Chief.

 

In one of his interviews, Jung Woo Sung made a fun side comment that Kwak Do Won became the first actor to break the "handsome North Korean agent." Usually, in dramas and films, the North Korean characters are either soldiers or police in various works, and celebrities portraying them tend to draw attention for their handsome looks. 

 

In this regard, we made a list of good looking actors who played as North Korean agents in movies.

 

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These Handsome Korean Actors Acted As North Korean Agents In Movies
 

"Secretly, Greatly" is from a popular webtoon that revolves around Won Ryu Hwan, North Korea's elite spy sent to South Korea. Kim Soo Hyun portrayed Won Ryu Hwan, and exhibited excellent fighting skills. This marked as one of Kim Soo Hyun's signature roles in a movie that garnered 6.95 million viewers during its release. 

 

 

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source : Kdramastars

http://www.kdramastars.com/articles/118627/20200811/these-handsome-korean-actors-played-as-north-korean-agents-in-movies.htm

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Hallyu Star Male Lead, Brilliant Directing, And Natural Talent: What To Watch After “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay”

 

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If you’re like me, you’re already dreading having to go through a weekend without anticipating the release of a new “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay” episode. Seeing Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, and Oh Jung Se on the regular was so healing to the soul. And we will surely miss seeing the trio together on the small screen. If you’re looking for some other shows, movies, or K-dramas to watch to help you get over this sad period in time, take a look at these recommendations.

 

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Hallyu Star Kim Soo Hyun

If you’ve been in K-dramaland for awhile, then you probably know Kim Soo Hyun very well. He’s the one who took the world by storm after his portrayal as Do Min Jun in “My Love From the Star“—or some of us can argue that he took our world by storm way before that! With his return to the small screen after serving in the military, we were both pleased and surprised to see that his choice in script was such a success. But, if you’re looking for some other Kim Soo Hyun appearances apart from “My Love From the Star” and “Moon Embracing the Sun,” here are a few other solid watches!

 

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Dream High

 

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“Dream High” tells the story of several high school students who aspire to become K-pop idols. Go Hye Mi (Suzy) must convince two other students to come to her school for her to get accepted into the program. One of these students is Song Sam Dong, played by Kim Soo Hyun. He is a boy from the countryside who meets Hye Mi and falls in love with her, following her to Kirin Art High School.

 

This was Kim Soo Hyun’s first big break in a K-drama. His role as the country boy Song Sam Dong is such a heartthrob. The progression of seeing him go from an innocent and naive boy to a lovestruck potential K-pop idol is thrilling to watch, and it made the series a total success. You seriously might not even recognize him because of the crazy transformation!

 

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Watch the first episode of “Dream High” here:

 

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Kim Soo Hyun was on episodes 102 and 147 of the hit variety show “Running Man” early on in his career. It was obvious even then as a rookie actor that he is talented and has an energy about him that is hard to look past. He is charming, adorable, and obviously very entertaining. Let’s hope we see him on the show again!

 

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“Secretly Greatly”

 

Won Ryu Hwan (Kim Soo Hyun) is in the North Korean Special Forces and is sent to the South as a spy. He acts mentally challenged and is ordered to wait it out until he hears more from his part of the country. Once he gets word from the North, he is given a nearly impossible task that makes him rethink his return to North Korea.

 

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This movie was released in 2013 and immediately broke several box office records. People enjoyed seeing Kim Soo Hyun’s versatility in acting and were pleasantly surprised to see his ability to pull off this comedic side so naturally. Luckily, we were able to see a reprise of Won Ryu Hwan in the recent hit series “Crash Landing On You,” and it was one of the best cameo appearances ever!

 

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These Are The 20 Best K-Drama Couples, Voted By Fans

Which couple stood out the most to you?

 

One of the most exciting, fun, nerve-wracking, and heart-melting parts of K-dramas are watching the couples that end up together. It often involves all kinds of, well, drama, and sometimes heartbreak, loss, misunderstandings, and all other kinds of struggles, but it’s all well-worth it in the end to see them end up together. Recently, KingChoice.me, a popular polling website, ran a poll for fans to vote on their favorite K-drama couples, and these were the top 20 results!

 

 

13. Moon Gang-tae & Ko Moon-young (It’s Okay To Not Be Okay)

 

Portrayed by Kim Soo-hyun & Seo Ye-ji

 

 

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source : https://kingchoice.me/topic-most-favorite-korean-drama-couples-till-2020-close-august-31-1243.html /

https://www.koreaboo.com/lists/20-best-k-drama-couples-voted-fans/

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These Are All The Handsome Leading Men Seo Ye Ji Worked With

 

Actress Seo Ye Ji is currently one of our new favorite leading ladies. We fell deeply in love with her charisma in the recently ended hit Korean series on Netflix, "It's Okay To Not Be Okay."

 

Seo Ye Ji has been around the entertainment industry for roughly seven years now. The actress' first-ever appearace in a TV show was in a sitcom where she starred next to Go Kyung Pyo, Yeo Jin Goo, and many others.

 

As we have counted Seo Ye Ji's Korean dramas and movies, we have summed up a total of 19 projects and we're so proud to announce that she's finally receiving the worldwide recognition that she deserves!

 

Throughout her seven-year career as an actress, Seo Ye Ji had the opportunity to work with amamzing leading men on fabulous projects, in which they undoubtedly worked hard for to reach high ratings.

 

Let us show you the compilation Of Seo Ye Ji's leading men through the years below.

 

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The Compilation Of Seo Ye Ji’s Leading Men Through The Years

 

"It's Okay To Not Be Okay" is a drama that centers its story on the characters of Moon Gang-tae (Kim Soo-hyun), who works as a caregiver at a psychiatric ward who has so much on his plate that he does not have time for love and Ko Moon-young (Seo Ye-ji), a well-known children's book author who has antisocial personality disorder and has never experienced the feeling of love. After being able to meet each other, the duo then slowly start to heal each other's wounds emotionally.

 

 

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source : Kdramastars

http://www.kdramastars.com/articles/118668/20200814/these-are-all-the-handsome-leading-men-seo-ye-ji-worked-with.htm

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Re-watch party: Season 1 (sageuks)

 

All chingus, come and join us for a special sageuk re-watch party event!

 

We have chosen three sageuks:

1) Faith (with Lee Min Ho)

2) Empress Ki (with Ji Chang Wook)

3) The Moon Embracing the Sun (with Kim Soo Hyun)

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All three dramas were big hits back in the day, some even achieving over 40% viewership ratings!

 

You can join one of the re-watch parties or all of them! It doesn't matter if you have already seen the drama or it's your first time. Everyone is welcome to join!

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Your Event Organizers,

 

@partyon & @Lmangla

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Moments that show off-screen chemistry between the actors in ‘It’s Okay to Not Be Okay’

 

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If you’re sad that ‘It’s Okay to Not Be Okay’ is already over, don’t worry — you’re not alone. While there may not be any more new episodes to look forward to, there is a ton of behind-the-scenes content to browse through! Check out some of the moments that how the off-screen chemistry between the actors in ‘It’s Okay to Not Be Okay.’

 

1. When the actors played Jenga 

 

 

In this video, the iconic trio played Jenga together. However, unlike ordinary Jenga, select pieces had a sticker on the bottom. Whoever chose a block with a sticker had to complete a special mission. Fans loved seeing the candid banter between these three actors. 

 

2. Behind the scenes clips 

 

 

This video takes fans behind the scenes to when Ko Moon Young stabbed Moon Gang Tae for the first time, when Moon Gang Tae taught the butterfly hug, and more. It's hard to ignore the funny bloopers and evident chemistry between the actors! 

 

3. A heart-fluttering interview between Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji 

 

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In this special clip, co-stars Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji interviewed each other. Seo Ye Ji's playful and flirty responses, combined with Kim Soo Hyun's adorable reactions made fans go crazy in the comment section. Their real-life chemistry was unbelievable! 

 

4. When they played Ok or Not Ok

 

 

 

The three actors sat down together to play a game of Yes or Yes (which also happens to be the title of a TWICE song as pointed out by Kim Soo Hyun). All throughout the video, fans were able to see different sides of Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, and Oh Jung Tae. 

 

 

source : allkpop

https://www.allkpop.com/article/2020/08/moments-that-show-off-screen-chemistry-between-actors-in-its-okay-to-not-be-okay

 

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[INTERVIEW] Concept artist discusses success behind 'It's Okay to Not Be Okay' storybooks

 

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Cable network tvN's series "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" wrapped up its 16-part run earlier this month, but is still making headlines because of the children's storybooks that appeared in the smash-hit drama.

Following the massive success of its fairy tale romance, the production company has decided to publish five storybooks: "The Boy Who Fed on Nightmares," "Zombie Kid," "The Cheerful Dog," "The Hand, the Monkfish" and "Finding the Real Face."

Jamsan, a concept artist who joined the hugely successful TV series, said he is still overwhelmed by the overnight success of the drama both at home and abroad, which caused his career to take off.

The benefits have continued even after the end of the drama.

All five of the storybooks shown in the series are currently listed in the top 20 bestselling books of the month, according to the Kyobo Bookstore and YES24 websites.

 

In the series, Seo Yea-ji plays Ko Mun-yeong, a children's storybook author who suffers from antisocial personality disorder. She writes cruel fairy tales full of dark themes and grotesque scenes.

Ko falls in love with Moon Gang-tae (played by Kim Soo-hyun), a caretaker who works in a psychiatric hospital and takes care of his older brother Sang-tae (Oh Jung-se).

Apart from the healing romance between Ko and Moon, the drama shows how three adults ― traumatized by parental abuse and murder when they were children ― learn to recover from their past traumas.

"It's Okay to Not Be Okay," which earned popularity overseas through streaming on Netflix, is recognized for its visual storytelling that includes concept artist Jamsan's illustrations in Ko's body of work.

His dark, grotesque drawings entwined with screenwriter Jo Yong's stories about family and love resonated with drama fans.

"It's been a while since the series ended in Korea, but I'm surprised that people continue to express their interest in and love for it," he said during an interview with The Korea Times, Tuesday. "My follower count on social media has increased dramatically and I still get a lot of messages from drama fans."

Jamsan said he happily accepted the challenging task of illustrating all of Ko's storybooks seen in the series.

"I've worked with producer Park Shin-woo before on tvN's Encounter, starring Song Hye-kyo and Park Bo-gum," he said. "Last year, he told me he's preparing a dark drama about a psychopath. I expressed my desire to join the project, sharing my personal interests in zombies and cruel fairy tales."


Compared with "Encounter," in which he created a fairytale-style rendering of the introduction and ending of the series, Jamsan had to build illustrations for each of the episode in "It's Okay to Not Be Okay." The 47-year-old artist said he changed the overall feeling of the illustration styles to reflect how characters overcame their fears and bad memories.

In Ko's early storybooks such as "The Boy Who Fed on Nightmares" and "Zombie Kid," the artist used dark colors to express the emotional damage suffered by the character. As the story develops and Kim Sang-tae debuts as an illustrator with "Finding the Real Face," Jamsan captures scenes filled with color and vibrancy.

"In the beginning, I pretty much focused on defining the dark mood and appearance of lonely characters. But for Sang-tae's drawing, I wanted to create his world in watercolor to give a warm and friendly feel to it, just like The Little Prince and Alice in Wonderland," he said.

According to Jamsan, the illustrations made him feel proud because his work has proven that cruel fairy tales can become bestsellers.

"Personally I really loved this project because Ko Mun-yeong's storybooks becoming instant bestsellers has opened up new opportunities to concept artists and illustrators like me. In the past, publishers were reluctant to release cruel fairy tales, saying such stories would not appeal to a wider audience," he said.

 

 

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credit : Korea Times

https://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/art/2020/08/398_294682.html

 

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Writer Jo Yong shared “It’s Okay To Not Be Okay” is a reflection of her own love story

 

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Writer Jo Yong, the amazing woman who holds a pen behind the healing 2020 drama, It’s Okay To Not Be Okay, shared on August 17 her thoughts on the ending of the said drama.

 

She expressed her gratitude to the casts and the participation of Kim Soo Hyun and Seo Ye Ji as it was a successful drama breaking its own record in the finale with the highest rating of 7.3%.

 

Writer Jo Yong shared the background story of her amazing masterpiece saying, “This drama started with my love story with a man who had a personality disorder.”

 

“It’s a drama reflecting my narrow-minded self who failed to acknowledge and embrace, and chose to give up just to escape from prejudice.”

 

“So, through the character of Kang Tae, who is the opposite of me, I wanted to show him the recognition and engagement that I couldn’t do at that time, and I wanted to apologize,” she added.

 

Writer Jo Young continued, “I wanted to tell you somehow that you haven’t done anything wrong. So please be happy wherever you are. While writing this drama, I received the most healing treatment than anyone else, so I was so happy.”

 

Furthermore, she addressed the message she wanted to relay to the viewers of the drama, “I’ve read that a person who has no emotions feels lonely. It is a human instinct to find warmth to fill the loneliness they’ve felt.”

 

“I wanted to be comforted, healed, and grow up to be an adult. So, I hope that you would not turn away, but rather hold on to those hands that are struggling to find warmth from other people.”

 

“I wanted to convey that message through the appearance of the main characters in the drama who are healed and growing through each other’s warmth,” she revealed.

 

As the drama became popular internationally using the Netflix’s platform, she commented, “I was glad to hear that it was popular abroad through Netflix, and as the drama fans gave me a fountain pen as a gift, I was so grateful that I almost shed tears.”

 

“In our drama, the fountain pen was a bloody tool (laughs). I think it is a gift that means to use it better with the determination to live, and I would like to say that I will keep it for life with gratitude.”

 

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Talking about the portrayal of the main casts, Writer Jo Yong expressed her admiration towards them, “To me, Kim Soo Hyun was a miracle. Kang Tae was a character who shed a lot of blood, sweat, and tears.”

 

“I can’t imagine Moon Kang Tae if it’s not Kim Soo Hyun, because he was an actor who could compress the painful feelings into a single look and a single voice while enduring the pain in his heart.”

 

Regarding Seo Ye Ji playing the character of Koo Moon Young, she said, “Moon Young was a character who had a particularly hard time to portray, but Seo Ye Ji brought life to the character with her unique charisma and unexpected charm of loveliness.”

 

“In particular, I think such an amazing impact could have been made because the god of love confession, who had not even a handful of souls, was a calligrapher.”

 

“I almost fell in love with her because I find her unique low-pitched voice so attractive. It is a scene where Moon Young moans under the pressure of his mother’s nightmare at the end of the sixth episode and cries out. She said that she would get out of Kang Tae’s arms right away. I got goosebumps all the time. It was the best performance ever,” she added with so much appreciation.

 

It’s Okay To Not Be Okay starring Kim Soo Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, and Oh Jung Se, is a psychological healing drama that tells the journey of three individuals on how they cope up with their lives and in finding their genuine happiness.

 

 

source : https://annyeongoppa.com/2020/08/19/writer-jo-yong-shared-its-okay-to-not-be-okay-is-a-reflection-of-her-own-love-story/

 

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17 K-Drama Bloopers That Will Have You Laughing Nonstop

Once you see them you can’t unsee them.

 

K-dramas have some of the highest production quality in the world and they’re just plain awesome. That however, doesn’t mean the producers of these dramas don’t make mistakes and create some amazingly hilarious bloopers.

 

 

7. The Popped Collar

Maybe Kim Soo Hyun was just feeling like a pimp and popped his collar.

 

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source : Koreaboo

https://www.koreaboo.com/lists/17-k-drama-bloopers-laughing-nonstop/

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15 Korean Celebrities Who are Left-Handed You've Never Known Before

 

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Yes, they are left-handed. 

 

Experts say that only about 10 percent of people worldwide are left-handed and they are included in. The team at the University of Oxford say left-handed people may have better verbal skills. Some also say that left-handed people are more creative in many ways. Without further ado, check out the list below to know who they are! (note that the list doesn't include those who are ambidextrous)

 

 

Kim Soohyun

 

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source : https://www.kstarlive.com/news/2020/08/21/15-korean-celebrities-who-are-left-handed-you-ve-never-known-before-375434

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Top 3 Favorite Drama Characters Of The First Half Of 2020 Of Kpopmap Readers

 

 

There were a lot of good dramas in the first half of 2020, and many lead characters of these dramas stole the heart of K-Dramas viewers.

 

Back on Aug. 18, we have asked Kpopmap readers to choose their favorite character in dramas of the first half of 2020 (January to June 2020). A lot of you have voted, thank you for your votes!

 

Here are the current results based on data retrieved on Aug. 24, 2020.

 

 

2- Moon GangTae (Kim SooHyun) - "It's Okay to Not Be Okay"

 

Top 3 Favorite Drama Characters Of The First Half Of 2020 Of Kpopmap Readers

 

The hurt and caring Moon Gangtae in "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" made the viewer's heart burst with his burning love. It is Kpopmap readers' second favorite character.

 

 

Find out all the rankings below.

 

 

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source : https://www.kpopmap.com/top-3-favorite-drama-characters-of-the-first-half-of-2020-of-kpopmap-readers/

 

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Kim Soo Hyun Is the One Who Introduced Park So Joon to His First Agency?

 

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The relationship between Park Seo Joon and Kim Soo Hyun has been revealed.

 

Recently, OBS’s Unique Entertainment News (literal translation) introduced the story of actor Park Seo Joon.

 

Park Seo Joon actually faced a tough time even after he was discharged from the military. When he auditioned, people pointed out his face that he “didn’t have a face for an actor” or “was old-fashioned” and also criticized his “child-like” way of talking.

 

With the constant failures, Park Seo Joon even thought of undergoing plastic surgery, but decided to put more effort to show his charm that slowly and quietly captivates people.

 

Then, when he was working as a bit-part actor in a short film, his friend Kim Soo Hyun introduced him to KeyEast, and Park Seo Joon signed a contract with the company after a short meeting without an audition, finally taking a step further as an actor.

 

In 2011, He finally made his official debut by starring in Bang Yong Guk’s “I Remember” music video and took on the role of Shi Woo in Dream High 2 in 2012.

 

Then in 2013, he met drama I Summon You, Gold! that gave him a turning point in his acting career. One day, he got a call from the company that there will be an audition for the drama later that day, and ran to the studio. There, he performed one of his most confident audition repertoires,

Architecture 101’s Nab Deuk Yi scene, and came through a competition of 100 to 1 to get the role of Park Hyun Tae.

 

Since then, he starred in various dramas, including Witch’s Romance, Kill Me, Heal Me, She Was Pretty, What’s Wrong with Secretary Kim, and Itaewon Class, solidifying his position as the next Hallyu star.

 

 

 

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6 K-Drama Actors Who Still Look Good While Shedding Tears

 

Heartbreaking scenes in K-dramas melt us and make us cry with the characters too, especially if our favorite actors cry and still look adorable.

 

t just hits right in the feels when these handsome actors shed tears, but it also pokes our hearts too when they cry with puppy eyes, making them irresistible.

 

Here's the list of K-drama actors who still look pretty when they cry.

 

 

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These K-Drama Actors Who Looks Good Even When They Shed Tears
 

In character as Moon Gang Tae in "It's Okay To Not Be Okay", he showed many emotional scenes in this series but the most touching one was when he embraced his brother and asked for forgiveness for hurting him. He shed tears with sadness but still his looked adorable that you want to comfort him all day.

 

 

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source : Kdramastars

https://www.kdramastars.com/articles/118762/20200826/6-k-drama-actors-who-still-look-good-while-shedding-tears.htm

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tvN and Netflix's original drama "It's Okay To Not Be Okay" receives sanctions for the usage of slander, genitalization, and justification of sexual harassment

 

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The broadcasting review subcommittee of the Korea Communications Standards Commission submitted the tvN drama 'It's Okay To Not Be Okay' to the plenary session with the opinion of judicial sanctions.

On August 26th KST, the Broadcasting Review Subcommittee of the Korea Communications Standards Commission (Chairman Heo Mi Sook) stated at a meeting held at the broadcasting center in Mok-dong, Seoul, that tvN and OtvN's 'It's Okay To Not Be Okay' were submitted to the plenary session with the opinion that the drama portrayed contents of male genitalization, sexual harassment, justification of sexual harassment, and explicit verbal abuse.

 

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The Korea Communications Standards Commission stated, "Considering that it is an expression to highlight the characters of the characters in the drama, broadcasting content that has possibly focused on the libido on non-sexual objects that symbolize the sex organs and justify sexual harassment clearly shows the lack of gender sensitivity of the production team. The excessive verbal abuse that is used in the drama that is aired during the youth viewing protection time has inevitably led to court sanctions."

If the degree of violation of regulations related to broadcasting review is severe, penalties or court sanction will be finalized at a plenary session consisting of all nine members of the review committee upon the recommendation of the subcommittee. Points will be deducted from the broadcasting evaluation conducted annually by the Korea Communications Commission if broadcasters, news reports, cable channels, and home shopping PPs are subject to fines or legal sanctions.

 

 

source : allkpop

https://www.allkpop.com/article/2020/08/tvn-and-netflixs-original-drama-its-okay-to-not-be-okay-receives-sanctions-for-the-usage-of-slander-genitalization-and-justification-of-sexual-harassment

 

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Choose Your Ideal Boyfriend From These K-drama Characters Played By Hot And Charming Actors

 

Korean actors make good-looking leading men, but not all of them have the same in characters. Here is the list of K-actors who portray the ideal boyfriend-material roles. Choose your pick!

Boyfriend who is the quiet and reliable type

K-Drama Boyfriend Types You Can Choose And Wish For

 

A guy who gives time to think and make his abilities only for the benefit of the people around him. He is the type of boyfriend who will do anything for the one he loves. Moon Sang Tae ( Kim Soo Hyun) in "It's Okay To Not Be Okay" is the perfect example of this; he protects and understands the girl he admired since they were young. Sang Tae puts his voice at a low pace when he listens, but when Mun Young (So Ye Ji) becomes impulsive, he shouts to stop her.

 

 

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source : Kdramastars

https://www.kdramastars.com/articles/118771/20200826/choose-your-ideal-boyfriend-from-these-k-drama-characters-played-by-hot-and-charming-actors.htm

 

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When the gender of 17 male celebrities changed! Jo In-Sung and Kim Soo-hyun are so amazing; are Jung Woo-Sung and Cha Eun-woo Japanese beauties?

 

The gender conversion filter app that reverses the gender of men and women is too popular. Fans for sure have tried and played this kind of app. What will happen when these handsome male stars become girls?

 

 

Kim Soo Hyun: This is the dignified female anchor, there is the shadow and resemblance of Seo Ye Ji

 

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credit : Korea Star Daily

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Korean Drama Actors Brand Reputation Rankings For August + Find Out Who's Number One

 

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The Korean Business Research Institute has announced the brand reputation ranking of Korean drama actors for the month of August.

 

The brand reputation ranking is a survey of a Korean organization that shows how much the media, traditional or social talked about or searched a particular Korean drama actor in the past month. It may be positively or negatively. As they say, good or bad publicity is still good publicity since people is still talking about you and makes you famous.

 

The said survey or ranking had been made by means of an evaluation of the buyer participation, media coverage, communication, and neighborhood familiarity with 50 actors using big information collected from July 27 to August 28.

 

 

Based on the result the top 1 on the record is actor Kim Soo Hyun who starred in the hit drama "It's Okay Not to Be Okay" having a score rating of 3,771,464. The top ranking in his key phrase evaluation are the following "It's Okay to Not Be Okay," "Moon Kang Tae," and "Search engine optimization Ye Ji," meanwhile his highest-ranking connected phrases are change," "confess," and "return." In addition, it was revealed the Kim Soo Hyun's positivity-negativity evaluation has the rating score of 72.06 % constructive reactions.

 

The August Korean Drama Actor Brand Reputation Rankings Has Been Released!
 

Check out the Top 30 actors on the Brand Reputation Rankings list for this month of August! (The list is in order)

1. Kim Soo Hyun
2. Cho Seung Woo
3. Lee Joon Gi
4. So Ye Ji
5. Moon Chae Won
6. Oh Jung Se
7. Lee Min Jung
8. Han Da Gam
9. Bae Doona
10. Shin So Yul
11. Im Soo Hyang
12. Kim Yoo Jung
13. Oh Jung Se
14. Oh Yoon Ah
15. Lee Sang Yeob
16. Jang Seung Jo
17. Music Ji Hyo
18. Ji Chang Wook
19. Lee Joon Hyuk
20. Ha Seok Jin
21. Park Gyu Younger
22. Lee Jung Eun
23. Kim So Eun
24. Cha Hwa Yeon
25. Lee Cho Hee
26. Hwang Jung Eum
27. Ji Soo
28. Choi Moo Sung
29. Ji Hyun Woo
30. Song Yoon Ah

 

 

source : Kdramastar

http://www.kdramastars.com/articles/118796/20200829/korean-drama-actors-brand-reputation-rankings-for-august-find-out-whos-number-one.htm

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[HanCinema's News] Kim Soo-hyun Tops Brand Reputation Report for Actors in August

 

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The Korea Institute of Enterprise Reputation recently released their August Brand Reputation Report which uses big data to gauge which of the fifty best known South Korean stars has the most popular image on social media. Over 70 million preferences expressed by users concluded that Kim Soo-hyun of "It's Okay to Not Be Okay" had the strongest image. The analyzed data comes from July 27th to August 28th.

 

Kim Soo-hyun featured in around 3.7 million of the analyzed media data points. This included approximately 1.2 million brand references, 1.1 million media references, .8 million satisfaction references, and .5 million community references. Around 72% of these references were positive.

 

Change, return, and confession were all keywords highly associated with Kim Soo-hyun during this time.

 

 

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Written by William Schwartz

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10 K-Drama OSTs That Still Give Us The Feels

 

There are always those K-Drama OSTs that bring back all the feels from the dramas, whether it be happy or sad. OSTs can single handedly evoke emotions that we thought we'd let go of with respect to the drama. We count down a few of our favourite K-drama OSTs in this article

 

 

9. "Wake Up" by Elaine (It's Okay To Not Be Okay)

 

 

Another OST from a recent drama, this one is a huge hit with fans of the drama globally as it usually accompanies cute and quirky scenes in the drama rather than some of the emtionally heavy ones. While the drama was rife with emotionally charged situations, the happy little bits are just as, if not more refreshing. Ko Mun Young and Moon Gang Tae fall in love surely and steadily but sometimes all at once and this song perfectly represents that fall.

 

 

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source : Kdramastars

https://www.kdramastars.com/articles/118804/20200831/10-k-drama-osts-that-still-give-us-the-feels.htm

 

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Korean Actors and Their Shower Scenes That Took Our Breath Away

 

K-drama becomes even more enticing if the lead Korean actor does a hot shower scene and shows off his amazing physique that truly make us half-open our eyes and squeal in delight. This is why viewers were so blessed to have seen these K-drama actors in their unforgettable shower scenes, as water drizzles and rolls down their muscular figure.

 

Here's a list of K-drama actors and may they be in your dreams tonight.

 

 

Kim Soo Hyun From "My Love From The Star"

 

 

Do Min Joon, played by Kim Soo Hyun, is an alien that landed on earth with a timeline before he returns to his planet. On earch, he meets a celebrity actress and fell in love with her.

 

Kim Soo Hyun's unforgettable shower scene shows his six-pack abs, and he looks hot in this one!

 

 

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source : Kdramastars

http://www.kdramastars.com/articles/118797/20200830/korean-actors-and-their-shower-scenes-that-took-our-breath-away.htm

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