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^Kyaaaa thanks gals for the news bites about Binnie's upcoming movie :)

As much as I want to see him do another drama, it is a breathe of fresh air to see him doing big projects , i.e, films. 

It's a long wait tho, but Hope he will have a good ride with this new film , blockbuster that is !

 

 

 

 

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Media experts vote on the Best of Television: Drama, Variety Program, MC

 

With the end of the year nearing, media portal Asia Today has gathered 100 broadcasting personnel including those who work in  film, drama, entertainment, and music to vote on the best of the best on television.

Those included in the votes included television work from the past 10 years from 2005 to 2015 such as the best television drama, the best entertainment program, and the best entertainer.

There were quite a few ties with 1 Night 2 Days and The Genius coming in 3rd place for ‘Best Entertainment Program’ and Kim Gu Ra and Jung Hyung Don coming in 4th as ‘Best Entertainer.’

Check out the list below. Do you agree?

 

Best Drama

#1 | tvN’s Misaeng (2014) – 25 votes

#2 | SBS’s You Who Came From The Stars (2013-14) – 19 votes

#3 | MBC’s My Name Is Kim Sam Soon (2005) – 14 votes

#4 | tvN’s Reply 1994 (2013) – 10 votes

 

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Source: Asia Today / koreaboo

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Hi Gilian, thanks for sharing the info that the drama is soon to air in Japan. I hope it would be a hit. I also hope that it would air here in my side in the near future. :lol:

 

Hi Lyrayoo, thanks for sharing that video. NICE to see HB on that part of the clip. :)

 

 

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[Photo] Hyun Bin attends VIP Premiere of movie 'The Himalayas'

 

On December 10th, actor Hyun Bin attended VIP Premiere of movie 'The Himalayas,' which was held at CGV Youngdeungpo branch.

Meanwhile, 'The Himalayas' is about the story of mountaineer Um Hong Gil, who went to the Himalayas with his expedition team to find the body of a Korean mountaineer who died while climbing at the Himalayas.
 

[Photo] Hyun Bin attends VIP Premiere of movie 'The Himalayas'


 

/Reporting by Lee Jun-Hyeun en@starnnews.com

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10 Overused K-Drama Plots We Love to Hate

 

It seems like every Korean drama has a few scenes that never fail to make an appearance throughout the series. From the piggy back ride to the wrist grab, the slow motion back hug to the drunken stumble home, there are certain scenes that K-drama viewers have come to accept as normal (no matter how many times they see them). Apart from these repetitive scenes though, there are also an abundance of overused (and overly dramatic) plots that K-drama writers tend to use. Have you seen them all?  Check it out in our list of “10 Overused K-Drama Plots We Love to Hate.”

 

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8. The Childhood Trauma Plot

While Korean girls go around disguising themselves as guys, Korean guys usually go around trying to forget their traumatic childhood experiences. They’re all so busy that it’s no wonder it usually takes them 12 episodes before they realize they have feelings for each other. Prime examples of the childhood trauma plot include Hyun Bin in “Secret Garden,” Jo In Sung in “It’s Okay, That’s Love,” and Joo Won in “Tomorrow Cantabile.”

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credit : soompi news

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HYUN BIN and a cup of coffee- the fan-support from THE SPACE (HB's official fan-club)

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source: coffee_mrkim IG

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HB is the new model for 'TWOSOME PLACE' cafe!!

BTS of Christmas posters shoot

https://www.facebook.com/ATWOSOMEPLACE/videos/491121951054575/?theater

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HB and emcee of 1212 His'story FM (HB's 2015 FM)

 

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3 hours ago, poisonmushroom said:

More Hyun Bin feels!!! Got this from our local Book Store. :wub:

My Name Is Kim Sam Soon and Secret Garden Korean Drama Books by Kimchi Press

 

 

Hi poisonmushroom, thanks for sharing the link. NICE that there's a drama book for these (2) good K-dramas. MLKSS did very well when it was aired here in my side. Such was the craze that swept SK and eventually many other Southeast Asian countries with the release of this Koreanovela. I had actually watched so many times of this on the DVD I had bought. The script is well-paced and well-written with clever dialogues. This show is really good overall for this genre. This is highly recommended - for those who haven't watched the drama yet. :P

Secret Garden - oh, I was hooked on this drama. You will find yourself wanting to start the next EP once you reach the end of the one you are watching because it is that good and addicting. The switching bodies theme...I thought "eeeeeeh -" but it was really well done! All in all, this show is pretty solid. The ending was absolutely perfect. This was also aired here in my side & I wasn't disappointed. :D

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5 Typical K-Drama Romance Plots You Hate But Love

 

What’s a good romance without a little bit of cliché? If you’ve seen a lot of K-dramas, chances are you’ve noticed a pattern between a few of them and their romance plots. And while the romances may sometimes be a little too familiar, that doesn’t make them tug any less at our heartstrings.

Here are five types of K-drama romance plots sure to be your guilty pleasures, despite how overwhelmingly cliché they are.

The Romeo and Juliet Plot

Secret Garden, Heirs

Kind of like the classic forbidden love story, this one happens a lot. It’s interesting not only because of its forbidden complex, but it also employs the “opposites attract” theory, too. But as always, things can never be that simple. The couple, much like the couples in “Heirs” or “Secret Garden,” must battle their parents’ disapproval — which can definitely turn the fantasy into a bumpy ride.

Even though you pretty much know the entire story from the first episode, it’s an old cliché that still makes for quite an interesting (yet extremely familiar) watch.

 

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credit : soompi news

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11 Korean actors who are pros at locking lips on-screen

 

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Loving the cinematography for this kiss scene! You can really see the honest emotion and perspectives of Hyun Bin and Han Ji Min in 'Hyde, Jekyll, Me.' What I love is how it seems as if a liberation occurred between them as they reach in for another intimate embrace! Hyun Bin is truly a suave charmer with his breathtaking yet delicate kiss.

 

source : allkpop

 

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January 28, 2016

 

Hyunbin establishes his own agency

 

Actor Hyunbin has established a new agency, Vast Entertainment, with Kang Gun-taek, who is close to him.

On Tuesday, the company posted a notice on its official website, saying that the actor has recently joined the agency after the contract with his former agency expired.


 

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Kang is known as his acting teacher and reportedly has a very close relationship with him.

The 35-year-old actor is reportedly preparing for a new flick costarring Yoona of Girls’ Generation and actor Yoo Hae-jin.

His latest TV drama was “Hyde, Jekyll, Me” in 2015, and his last film was “The Fatal Encounter,” released in 2014.
 

By Kim Soo-hyang (shkim@heraldcorp.com)

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Hyun Bin Successfully Sets Up New Agency

 

Hyun Bin Successfully Sets Up New Agency

 

While it was announced that Hyun Bin is looking to set up his own agency, he has indeed done so as of now.

On January 28, an affiliate of Hyun Bin stated, “Hyun Bin has teamed up with his mentor CEO Kang Kun Taek and set up an agency called VAST Entertainment. Hyun Bin will be in charge of the agency and will focus on looking for potential trainees.”

It continued, “The rumor that the agency has a Chinese capital is not true. This is purely a domestic agency.”

Meanwhile, Hyun Bin has an upcoming film premiere, which also stars Girls’ Generation‘s YoonA and actor Yoo Hae Jin.

 

Source (1) / soompi news

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