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V/ASTREEPLAYING IG UPDATE. Hyun Bin reads everything, cover to cover. Miss you! B)

 

 

 

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12 Heartbreaking K-Drama Quotes That Will Make You Ugly Cry

 

K-dramas are famous for being super kilig and funny, but what makes a lasting impact on us are the heartbreaking lines uttered by the characters we love, especially when the delivery is just right. Add a strategically-inserted OST to that, and well, you’re in a puddle of tears!

 

 

1. Crash Landing On You

Captain Ri and Yoon Se Ri's parting scene in Crash Landing On You
 
This whole scene by the military demarcation line is guaranteed to make you cry your eyes out. At this point in the series, so many questions come up: Is there even hope for their love? Will they ever see each other again? Ugh, my heart is aching for Captain Ri (Hyun Bin) and Yoon Se Ri (Son Ye Jin)!
 
 
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Not exactly sure if this is new but it is being posted on instagram today under his hashtag

 

 

 

i missed this one

 

 

 

 

 

 

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23 hours ago, ElectricHearts said:

She's a VAST client. He sent her a food truck

 

Just want to clarify that she's not a VAST "client". She's Shin Do Hyun, a VAST actress. Binnie sent food truck to her drama shooting location "The Ballot" to support her. 

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Yes sorry I can edit my original post @ncly I was quickly posting earlier in the day. too much stuff happening

 

 

Mediheal and Smart have been updating their instagram stories with HB content. Smart is prepping for new HB content to come. I can't tell right now if what mediheal is updating on their instagram story is new or not. 

 

 

 

 

 

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I just want to share this cute edited video from 2004 of young Hyun Bin and Kim Dongwan. Love you Bin! 

 

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Newest release from SMART. Love you, Bin. :heart4:

 

 

 

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HB's always working his hardest at everything he does, even when it comes to going to the gym

 

 

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Jordan government has given consent to film "Negotiations" in their country. The team is preparing to leave for Jordan in early July. Good luck & more success to Hyun Bin & the crew.  This news came from Weibo.

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The film'Negotiation' directed by actors Hwang Jung-min and Hyun Bin and directed by Soon-rye Lim begins shooting in July. It is an overseas locale that resumes with the local government's high trust in K-defense, which has proved thorough prevention from the early stages of the spread and infection of the Jordanian government.

An official from the movie industry on the 23rd said, “After a long preparation, the filming team of'Negotiation' will be departing from Jordan in order from the beginning of July. ”

As a result,'Negotiation' (produced by Filmmaker Watermelon) is the first Korean film that has experienced difficulties in overseas locations after the spread of the new coronavirus infection (Corona19). This is the first time a Korean film has been filmed in Jordan.

government of Jordan, which has actively supported the'negotiation' Jordan guide from the planning stage to the'negotiation' location, has been known to have high confidence in the success of Korea's proven K quarantine after the spread of Corona19. Jordan is also regarded as a model country for the prevention of corona19.

It was also known that, with mutual trust, Jordan approved the shooting and prepared a guide for quarantine and delivered it to the'negotiation' crew. The production team will actively accept this and follow it thoroughly. As such,'negotiation' is drawing attention as an example of actively trying to overcome the difficulties that Korean films face in the long-term corona19 situation.

Currently,'Negotiation' has finished the amount of filming in Korea. As scheduled, the filming will take place in Korea for about two months after leaving Jordan in July, while performing'pre-domestic filming and post-localization'.

The production team plans to make every effort to prevent and prevent infectious diseases when entering and leaving the country, as well as when shooting at the local level. The corona19 inspection will be conducted for all those participating in the'negotiation', such as shooting staff and actors, and the guidelines of the quarantine authorities such as quarantine before and after entry will be followed.

'Negotiation' is the story of a diplomat and an NIS agent struggling to save a kidnapped Korean from the Middle East. It is the first film that Hwang Jung-min and Hyun-bin meet, and also attracts attention as a dramatic story drawn by director Im Soon-rye.

 

 

https://n.news.naver.com/entertain/now/article/382/0000832312?lfrom=twitter

 

 

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‘Negotiations’ to resume overseas shooting in July

 

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Star-studded blockbuster “Negotiations” may become the first Korean film to restart overseas shooting since the COVID-19 pandemic virtually stopped all international travel

The film’s local distributor, Megabox Plus M on Tuesday announced that the film’s producers will return to shooting in Jordan in early July.

The producers of the film starring top-tier actors Hwang Jung-min and Hyun Bin halted all overseas shooting plans earlier this year, just after the global outbreak of the new coronavirus. In February, Jordan imposed an entry ban on travelers from South Korea as well as those who had visited South Korea.

While overseas filming was suspended, the production company, Watermelon Pictures Co., went ahead with shooting in Korea, which is now nearly finished, according to a public relations official from Megabox Plus M.
Actor Hwang Jung-min speaks during a promotional event for “Deliver Us from Evil” on June 5. (CJ Entertainment)
Actor Hwang Jung-min speaks during a promotional event for “Deliver Us from Evil” on June 5. (CJ Entertainment)

While the exact schedule for the crew and cast’s departure for Jordan has not been confirmed, the official said they have received formal permission from the Jordanian government to start shooting next month.

“We understand the Jordanian government is satisfied with our initial response to the virus outbreak. We will be shooting in compliance with the government’s quarantine guidelines,” the official explained.

Directed by Yim Soon-rye, the film is about a National Intelligence Service agent and a diplomat negotiating the release of South Korean nationals kidnapped in the Middle East. Yim’s previous hits include “Little Forest” (2018) and “Forever the Moment” (2008).

Meanwhile, “Bogota,” starring Song Joong-ki, has postponed its overseas shooting schedule in Colombia to next year, following the COVID-19 fallout.
 
 
 
 
By Choi Ji-won (jwc@heraldcorp.com)
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Korean Wave Resurges in Japan
 

June 23, 2020 13:12

 

Diplomatic relations between Seoul and Tokyo are at an all-time low, but the Korean Wave is seeing a resurgence in Japan.

 

Leading the trend most recently is the TV series "Crash Landing on You," which wrapped up here in February.

 

The Asahi Shimbun recently focused on the hype in Japan about the Korean melodrama available on Netflix, reporting that Japanese fans are posting messages on social media saying they watched "Crash Landing on You" five times and that the soap was "the only source of happiness during lockdown."

 

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The latest edition of the weekly Shukan Asahi featured "Crash Landing on You" star Hyun Bin on its cover. The magazine said there has been a surge in Japanese women who are mesmerized by the heartthrob, who plays a North Korean soldier in the drama co-starring Son Ye-jin.

 

The weekly also showcased the 20 must-see Korean dramas in a 10-page feature story including a color photo section.

 

One Japanese journalist said, "The drama vividly describes the daily lives of ordinary North Koreans," which is the secret for its popularity. Yoji Komi, a former Seoul correspondent and presently an editorial writer for Tokyo Shimbun, wrote on Facebook, "I started learning the North Korean dialect" by watching "Crash Landing on You."

 

In other genres, Bong Joon-ho's Academy Award-winning movie "Parasite" also drew huge interest early this year in the island country, becoming highest-grossing Korean film ever there. On Monday BTS topped the Oricon album sales chart for the first half of the year with their latest album "Map of the Soul: 7." They are the first foreign singers to achieve the feat since Michael Jackson's iconic album "Thriller" in 1984.

 

The Asahi Shimbun assessed the latest developments as being the result of the Korean government's initiative of treating dramas and movies as key exports.

 

There have been some distinct changes. Hideki Okuzono, a professor of international relations at the University of Shizuoka who focuses on Korean studies and also appeared in the 1990s Korean movie "General's Son" said, "One recent development is the fact that Japanese viewers no longer put Korea-Japan relations into perspective when watching Korean shows or films. They just want to see globally acclaimed work."

 

And Soichi Tsukamoto at J. F. Oberlin University said that the Korean Wave is not limited to sugary pop culture any more. "An increasing number of Korean literary works are being translated and read in Japan, including the feminist novel 'Kim Ji-young, Born in 1982.' This is a meaningful development."

 

 

credit : Chosun Ilbo
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5 K-Drama Couples Whose Chemistry Was So Strong That People Were Convinced That They Were Dating

Number 4 almost became a couple.

 

 

K-Drama couples can be quite heartwarming, as some of them just have insane chemistry together. Sometimes, this chemistry can be so strong that viewers start questioning their relationship off-screen. Here are a few K-Drama couples whose chemistry was so strong that people were convinced that they were dating.

 

 

2. Hyun Bin & Son Ye Jin (Crash Landing on You)

 

The insane chemistry between these two caused viewers to question their relationship with each other. More speculations came when the two were spotted together in America.

 

 

While a lot of fans claimed that these two were in a relationship, their respective agencies have released multiple statements denying the claims.

 

Since the drama did well, it appears that many people wish Hyun Bin and Son Ye Jin would date in real life.

Unfortunately, the two actors were never dating before and aren’t dating right now.

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source : Koreaboo

https://www.koreaboo.com/lists/5-k-drama-couples-whose-chemistry-so-strong-people-convinced-dating/

 

 

 

 

 

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11 Male Bosses In K-Dramas That We Love

 

When it comes to male leads in K-dramas, there are a heck of them that end up being bosses. You can call it a cliché, but there’s something about CEOs, managers, and supervisors exuding charisma that really make us dig the storyline. Here’s a look at 11 K-drama bosses who many seem to love.

 

 

6. “Secret Garden

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This classic series stars Hyun Bin as Kim Ju Won and Ha Ji Won as Gil Ra Im. Gil Ra Im is a stuntwoman who accidentally meets the CEO of a department store named Kim Ju Won. Although the two are repulsed by each other at first, they slowly start to fall in love with each other. The two find it difficult to be with each other because of their respective backgrounds, but they still fight to be together.

 

Seeing Kim Ju Won basically put his heart on the line for Gil Ra Im is the sweetest thing a jerk of a boss could ever do. He seems cold and strictly business, but after falling in love, you really see how sensitive he is. Kim Ju Won becomes a relatable boss after he falls in love, which is why we really can’t help but love him.

 

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Start watching “Secret Garden”:

 

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These Are The 5 Top-Rating K-Dramas Aired In The Philippines

 

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Koreanovelas made their way into Philippine TV in the early 2000s.

 

Thanks to ABS-CBN and GMA-7, Filipinos have looked forward to watching dubbed versions of these Asian dramas produced in South Korea, and have gone crazy over the Korean stars who starred in these series.

 

Now popularly known as K-dramas, these shows have broken records in the ratings game, even beating station-produced local TV shows.

 

PEP.ph lists down five of the highest rating K-dramas aired in the Philippines.

 

Based on the data provided by AGB Nielsen, these shows successfully reached the 40 percent mark in the ratings.

 

 

5. My Name Is Kim Sam Soon

Starring: Kim Sun A, Hyun Bin

Philippine Airing: February 13 to April 28, 2006

TV Network: GMA-7

Peak Rating: 40.1 percent

 

My Name Is Kim Sam Soon is an internet novel that was turned into a drama series in 2005.

 

It tells the story of Sam Soon (Kim Sun A), a pastry chef who is dumped by her cheating boyfriend and loses her job. She later applies as a baker in the restaurant of Cyrus (Hyun Bin), a wealthy young man who is forced by his mother to look for a girlfriend. Cyrus hires Sam Soon to be his pretend girlfriend in exchange for a huge amount of money. While pretending to be in a relationship, they fall in love.

 

My Name Is Kim Sam Soon premiered on GMA Telebabad on February 13, 2006. The Filipino audience loved the series and gave it high ratings throughout its run. The series' peak rating, according to AGB Nielsen, was 40.1 percent.

 

This makes My Name Is Kim Sam Soon the fifth highest-rating K-drama in the Philippines.

 

In 2008, GMA-7 acquired the rights to do an adaptation of My Name Is Kim Sam Soon. The local version was titled Ako Si Kim Sam Soon, and was top-billed by Regine Velasquez and Mark Anthony Fernandez.

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