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On 11/4/2022 at 12:12 PM, backstreetboysfan said:

 

Park Seo Joon And Han So Hee’s “Gyeongsang Creature” Confirmed For Season 2 Before Season 1 Premiere

 

“Gyeongsang Creature” is already set for a second season!

 

On November 3, it was reported that “Gyeongsang Creature” had been confirmed for a new season and that filming would begin early next year.

 

In response to these reports, Netflix commented, “‘Gyeongsang Creature 2’ is being produced. The filming schedule has not yet been decided.” As Season 1 of “Gyeongsang Creature” has yet to premiere, a confirmation of Season 2 proves an immense amount of confidence in the production, further raising anticipation for the upcoming thriller.

 

Set in the dark times of spring 1945, “Gyeongseong Creature” is a thriller about two young adults who face off against a creature and fight for survival. It’s written by Kang Eun Kyung of the “Dr. Romantic” series, directed by Jung Dong Yoon of “Stove League,” and stars Park Seo Joon, Han So Hee, Claudia Kim, Kim Hae Sook, Jo Han Chul, and Wi Ha Joon.

 

The first season of “Gyeongsang Creature” will premiere in 2023.

 

Park Seo Joon And Han So Hee’s “Gyeongsang Creature” Confirmed For Season 2 Before Season 1 Premiere | Soompi

 

@backstreetboysfan  thanks for sharing this. S2? But, where's S1? I just hope this will be Netflix’s new international hit, though. I'm awaiting for this highly anticipated Netflix drama, "Gyeongseong Creature", but was surprised at the same time that a S2 for the drama had been given permission to go ahead with before the release of its first season.With the release of the drama’s S1 still months away next year (2023), I'm glad to know that Netflix has already bet on the series being worth the wait twice fold.   :7555_attack:

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Choi Woo Shik Joins Park Seo Joon In Talks For New “Youn’s Kitchen” Sequel

Choi Woo Shik may be reuniting with producing director (PD) Na Young Suk for his new show!

 

On November 5, it was reported that Choi Woo Shik would be appearing in Na Young Suk’s brand-new sequel to “Youn’s Kitchen.” Just like the original program, the new reality show will follow a cast of stars as they open and run a small Korean restaurant overseas.

 

Later that day, Choi Woo Shik’s agency Management SOOP clarified, “It’s true that [Choi Woo Shik] has received a casting offer for the show, but because he is currently in the midst of filming a drama, he is still in talks.”

 

“Youn’s Kitchen” cast members Park Seo Joon and Jung Yu Mi are also currently in talks to appear in the new show, which originally aimed to begin filming in early December.

 

Choi Woo Shik previously appeared on “Youn’s Stay,” the hit 2021 spin-off of “Youn’s Kitchen,” last year.

Are you excited to potentially see Choi Woo Shik return for this new sequel?

 

Choi Woo Shik Joins Park Seo Joon In Talks For New “Youn’s Kitchen” Sequel | Soompi

 

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On 11/6/2022 at 8:53 AM, backstreetboysfan said:

 

Choi Woo Shik Joins Park Seo Joon In Talks For New “Youn’s Kitchen” Sequel

Choi Woo Shik may be reuniting with producing director (PD) Na Young Suk for his new show!

 

On November 5, it was reported that Choi Woo Shik would be appearing in Na Young Suk’s brand-new sequel to “Youn’s Kitchen.” Just like the original program, the new reality show will follow a cast of stars as they open and run a small Korean restaurant overseas.

 

Later that day, Choi Woo Shik’s agency Management SOOP clarified, “It’s true that [Choi Woo Shik] has received a casting offer for the show, but because he is currently in the midst of filming a drama, he is still in talks.”

 

“Youn’s Kitchen” cast members Park Seo Joon and Jung Yu Mi are also currently in talks to appear in the new show, which originally aimed to begin filming in early December.

 

Choi Woo Shik previously appeared on “Youn’s Stay,” the hit 2021 spin-off of “Youn’s Kitchen,” last year.

Are you excited to potentially see Choi Woo Shik return for this new sequel?

 

Choi Woo Shik Joins Park Seo Joon In Talks For New “Youn’s Kitchen” Sequel | Soompi

 

 

@backstreetboysfan  thanks for sharing this. I have a feeling that the full cast might not be able to come together. I feel that it’s impossible schedule-wise. The production team has selected candidates for the locations where the new season will be filmed, hoping to start the production as early as early next month (December.) However, some of the cast still haven’t confirmed their appearances due to the overlapping schedules. If this upcoming show will come out under the title of "Youn’s Kitchen 3 that is, if there are changes to the cast, the title might have to change as well. The cast still hasn’t been finalized.   :kaching1:

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"It's Seojin"  

 

Seojin Lee promoted to president... 'Youn's Kitchen' spin-off 'It's Seojin' opened. Seojin Lee's 'I'm Seojin (working title)' challenges a street food called 'Korean fast food'. If the existing 'Youn's Kitchen' presented traditional Korean food such as bulgogi and bibimbap, 'Seojin's' visits viewers with a lighter and more friendly menu.

 

 

 

 

 

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"It's Seojin"  

 

Seojin Lee promoted to president... 'Youn's Kitchen' spin-off 'It's Seojin' opened. Seojin Lee's 'I'm Seojin (working title)' challenges a street food called 'Korean fast food'. If the existing 'Youn's Kitchen' presented traditional Korean food such as bulgogi and bibimbap, 'Seojin's' visits viewers with a lighter and more friendly menu.

 

 

 

@yaya1241  thanks for sharing this. According to reports by Star News TODAY, November 9th, Youn Yuh Jung decided to not appear in the new season of “Kitchen Series”, which is scheduled to be filmed early next month and promised to appear the next time. It has become more difficult for her to film any entertainment program due to the scheduled filming of “Pachinko Season 2”. Accordingly to her representative, she had tried to coordinate her schedule hoping to possibly participate in the program until recently, but her agency decided to not make such a tight schedule for her because she is already old. So, this is now the title - and not, “This is Seo Jin”  led by actor Lee Seo Jin. The production team has begun preparing by exploring overseas locations for the filming with the goal of airing the program next year.   :happydance:

 

 

 

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Lee Seo Jin Confirmed To Become A Full-Fledged Restaurant Boss In New “Youn’s Kitchen” Spin-Off Series

Lee Seo Jin is making a return to the culinary world with a new reality series!

 

On November 9, tvN confirmed the production of “Seo Jin’s” (working title), a spin-off series of the popular reality show “Youn’s Kitchen” featuring a new restaurant run by Lee Seo Jin who has been promoted from the director of “Youn’s Kitchen” to the boss of the new restaurant.

 

It was previously revealed that Na Young Suk PD (producing director) of the “Youn’s Kitchen” series will be directing a program about running a restaurant overseas. Past cast members Park Seo Joon, Jung Yu Mi, and Choi Woo Shik are currently in talks to join. Starnews also reported that although Youn Yuh Jung was offered the project, she turned it down due to her busy schedule and her plans to focus on filming for Season 2 of “Pachinko.”

 

“Seo Jin’s” will take a turn in a new direction from “Youn’s Kitchen.” Whereas the previous reality show focused on bulgogi, bibimbap, and other foods that are famously known to represent Korea, “Seo Jin’s” will shine a light on street food, the “fast food of Korea,” and present viewers with a lighter and more approachable menu.

 

Furthermore, Lee Seo Jin is also expected to show more of what goes into the role of being a restaurant manager, showing off the skills and knowledge he obtained from his studies in the department of business administration at New York University while giving a realistic glimpse into the management that goes behind such delicious culinary creations.

 

Starnews reported that Mexico is being brought up as a potential filming location, but a source from CJ ENM remarked, “The cast, filming location, and timing are being coordinated. It is difficult to comment in order to carry out a safe and smooth filming process. We ask for your understanding.”

 

“Seo Jin’s” will reportedly begin preparations for filming with the goal of airing in the first half of next year.

 

Lee Seo Jin Confirmed To Become A Full-Fledged Restaurant Boss In New “Youn’s Kitchen” Spin-Off Series | Soompi

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22 hours ago, backstreetboysfan said:

 

Lee Seo Jin Confirmed To Become A Full-Fledged Restaurant Boss In New “Youn’s Kitchen” Spin-Off Series

Lee Seo Jin is making a return to the culinary world with a new reality series!

 

On November 9, tvN confirmed the production of “Seo Jin’s” (working title), a spin-off series of the popular reality show “Youn’s Kitchen” featuring a new restaurant run by Lee Seo Jin who has been promoted from the director of “Youn’s Kitchen” to the boss of the new restaurant.

 

It was previously revealed that Na Young Suk PD (producing director) of the “Youn’s Kitchen” series will be directing a program about running a restaurant overseas. Past cast members Park Seo Joon, Jung Yu Mi, and Choi Woo Shik are currently in talks to join. Starnews also reported that although Youn Yuh Jung was offered the project, she turned it down due to her busy schedule and her plans to focus on filming for Season 2 of “Pachinko.”

 

“Seo Jin’s” will take a turn in a new direction from “Youn’s Kitchen.” Whereas the previous reality show focused on bulgogi, bibimbap, and other foods that are famously known to represent Korea, “Seo Jin’s” will shine a light on street food, the “fast food of Korea,” and present viewers with a lighter and more approachable menu.

 

Furthermore, Lee Seo Jin is also expected to show more of what goes into the role of being a restaurant manager, showing off the skills and knowledge he obtained from his studies in the department of business administration at New York University while giving a realistic glimpse into the management that goes behind such delicious culinary creations.

 

Starnews reported that Mexico is being brought up as a potential filming location, but a source from CJ ENM remarked, “The cast, filming location, and timing are being coordinated. It is difficult to comment in order to carry out a safe and smooth filming process. We ask for your understanding.”

 

“Seo Jin’s” will reportedly begin preparations for filming with the goal of airing in the first half of next year.

 

Lee Seo Jin Confirmed To Become A Full-Fledged Restaurant Boss In New “Youn’s Kitchen” Spin-Off Series | Soompi

 

@backstreetboysfan  thanks for sharing this. I wonder what's the final title of the show - It's Seo Jin, This is Seo Jin or "Seo-jin's Place." I prefer the latter. Compared to the original show which showcased more traditional Korean food such as bulgogi and bibimbap, "Seo-jin's Place" is expected to feature more casual Korean street food.   :thumbsup:

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3 hours ago, willenette said:

 

@backstreetboysfan  thanks for sharing this. I wonder what's the final title of the show - It's Seo Jin, This is Seo Jin or "Seo-jin's Place." I prefer the latter. Compared to the original show which showcased more traditional Korean food such as bulgogi and bibimbap, "Seo-jin's Place" is expected to feature more casual Korean street food.   

Your welcome @willenette, That is a good guess.

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5 K-Dramas To Watch That Give Cozy Feels

 

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The crisp chilly air of winter is slowly looming upon us, and when you don’t feel like bracing the cold, sometimes the best thing to do is to cuddle up in bed and watch a K-drama. There are many K-dramas out there that give that feel-good vibe of coziness and comfort. Here are five K-dramas to watch that are perfect for this time of year.

 

 

2. “Fight My Way

 

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“Fight My Way” stars Park Seo Joon and Kim Ji Won as two childhood friends who’ve experienced all the pangs of growing up together. These two are pretty much inseparable and consider the other as basically a sibling, that is, until Park Seo Joon’s character Go Dong Man realizes his deeper feelings for his best friend Choi Ae Ra (Kim Ji Won).

 

The best part about this series is the warmth that the two main leads provide. From being best friends to eventually becoming lovers, they are willing to stick up for each other and be a shoulder to cry on no matter what. They exhibit a friendship and romance that anyone would be lucky to have! On top of this, their community of friends is one that can provide a source of strength when times get tough.

 

Watch “Fight My Way” here:

 

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5 Personality Traits Of Non-Toxic K-Drama Second Male Lead (With K-Drama Actors Whose Personality Traits Are Almost Identical To Those Traits)

Here are the lovable personality traits of a non-toxic K-Drama second male leads (with K-drama actors whose personality traits are almost identical to these traits).

 

 

 

4. Conservative

They are more observant and listener to people around them, especially to the female lead. Coincidentally, Korean actors Ahn HyoSeop and Park SeoJun, who have both played a cool rich boss in a drama, are both listeners in their interpersonal relationships.

 

Ahn HyoSeop in Esquire Magazine said, “I’m actually not the type to speak first if no one makes me.” On the other hand, Park SeoJun on InStyle Men said, “While I’m dating, I’m not the type to act cute but I’m more used to listening to what the other person has to say.”

 

 

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https://www.kpopmap.com/5-personality-traits-of-non-toxic-kdrama-second-male-lead-with-k-drama-actors-whose-personality-traits-are-almost-identical-to-those-traits/

 

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*** Any news or development about his upcoming movie "Dream" with IU? I didn't know but, only now that Kang Ha Neul is slated to have a special appearance in the movie. As far as I know “Dream” is set to hit theaters after completing post-production. Any update about the post production status by now?   :loveu:

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FOR YOUR VIEWING PLEASURE: A STUDY IN CONTRASTS

 

From strategic lighting choices to playful patterns, contrast can be created in a myriad of ways. This set of photos showcases the creative possibilities of experimenting with sets and styling.

 

Park Seo-joon’s shoot for Elle highlights the simplicity of the actor’s outfit by foregrounding him against a brilliantly lit city skyline.

 

 

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7 K-Drama Male Actors Who We Would Love To See Play The Villain

Many actors are given praise for their performance as main leads or as a supporting role. These roles are often made to be the hero of the story and lean towards the side of good in the pursuit of justice. But in order for these K-Drama heroes to stand out, there must be a villain opposing them.

 

Usually, K-Drama villains exude a natural aura of evil or at least provide clear hints throughout the story. 

 

When a villain is able to trick everyone, including the viewers, you know that the drama is bound to be a hit.

 

2. Park SeoJun

7 K-Drama Male Actors Who We Would Love To See Play The Villain

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We know that Park SeoJun is set to enter the Marvel Universe and there's potential that he could become a world-renowned superhero.

 

But wouldn't it be exciting if he shed off his glamorous cape for the shoes of a big baddie? Park SeoJun has played a variety of roles, from loveable underdog to handsome heartthrob. Due to his previous roles, he would bring the perfect shock factor as a villain. Now that's a surprise we'd gladly welcome.

 

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source https://www.kpopmap.com/7-kdrama-actors-who-we-would-love-to-see-play-the-villain/

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10 Must-Watch Childhood Friends to Lovers K-Dramas

 

When we were a lot younger, we had different kinds of friends we met, some from our neighborhood, some from our school, or other ways. Some might stay as our friends, and sometimes we outgrow them. In K-Dramas, however, some of our childhood friends transform into someone we cherish even more than we imagined, someone who will be our better half.

 

There may be a lot of friends-turned-lovers plots among K-Dramas, but there are also some of them who started being friends when they were way younger. The story would really get to your heart, from the good-natured bantering of friends up to the moment they finally realize that they do not see each other as just friends anymore.

 

 

 

"Fight for My Way"

Running around the story of four best friends, they continue to grow despite being considered as people who lack abilities. Former prominent taekwondo player Ko Dong Man (Park Seo Joon) had to give up the sport due to a traumatic background and is now an unknown mixed martial arts competitor. A powerful and outspoken girl named Choi Ae Ra (Kim Ji Won) is his long-time best friend. She works at the information desk of a department shop but aspires to work as an announcer. Despite being ineligible, she has not yet completely abandoned her aspirations and continues to work toward realizing them. Both of them chase their dreams together and eventually realize that they aren't just best friends.

 

 

 

 

"She Was Pretty"

Young Ji Sung Joon (Park Seo Joon) was seen as an unappealing boy with poor self-esteem after suffering from bullying. Sung Joon was befriended by young Kim Hye Jin (Hwang Jung Eum), a beautiful and gentle girl from a wealthy household. But as their circumstances change up, even if Hye Jin wanted to meet her first love, she ended up asking her attractive best friend to show up in her place. Sung Joon later becomes her boss and the youngest deputy chief editor in Korea, which is contrary to what she had originally believed would be the end of her fate with him. She keeps trying to do her best regardless the setbacks. But although Sung Joon doesn't realize that she has been his childhood best friend and first love, he finally begins to fall for her.

 

 

 

 

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source : allkpop

https://www.allkpop.com/article/2022/11/10-must-watch-childhood-friends-to-lovers-k-dramas

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Korean Celebrities Who Started their Acting Career on Big Screen: Kim Go Eun, Son Ye Jin, More

 

While some Korean celebrities made their acting debut in K-drama after transitioning as K-pop stars or as theater actors, these stars began their careers on the big screen. 

 

There's no denying that some top stars solidified their name in the industry by joining a small screen project; however, there are others who managed to captivate viewers with their acting prowess while starring in a film. 

 

From Son Ye Jin to Kim Go Eun and Park Seo Joon, more, here are five Korean celebrities who started their acting journey in cinema. 

 

 

Park Seo Joon

 

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Now considered as one of the hottest South Korean heartthrobs and a global superstar thanks to his upcoming movie "The Marvels," Park Seo Joon had his first acting gig in the 2011 film "Perfect Game."

 

A year later, he joined the iconic "Dream High 2" with Kang So Ra, Jung Jin Woon, and more, and the rest is history for Park Seo Joon.

 

 

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source : Kdramastars

https://www.kdramastars.com/articles/127508/20221123/korean-celebrities-who-started-acting-career-big-screen-kim-go-eun-son-ye-jin.htm

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Zombie Apocalypse Team Unite: K-Drama Characters Who Would Make Perfect Companions

 

The Korean entertainment industry seems to always be playing with the theme of zombies. The good thing about this is that they manage to make the storylines so compellingly interesting, that it’s hard not to get sucked in. But beyond dramas about zombies, there are a lot of great past K-drama characters who would make great teammates in the event of a zombie apocalypse. These characters would undoubtedly have to be smart, quick, brave, and have what it takes to step up to a zombie if we were in danger. Here are nine of those characters who might be perfect for the job.

 

Disclaimer: This feature only highlights characters who do not have any supernatural abilities.

 

 

5. Park Seo Joon from “Fight For My Way”

 

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If you’ve already watched this K-drama, you will definitely remember that scene where Ae Ra (Kim Ji Won) is being harassed by men, causing Dong Man (Park Seo Joon) to completely lose his mind while saving her. It’s scenes like these that really show what it would take for someone to survive a zombie apocalypse, and lucky for us, Park Seo Joon has got it.

 

Watch “Fight For My Way” here:

 

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