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K.Will turns back to sorrowful ballads in 'Growing' teaser featuring Son Ho Joon and Park Ha Sun

It looks like K.Will will be going back to sorrowful ballads!


He's taken a turn for bright songs with his latest releases such as "Day 1", but his latest teaser for "Growing" sounds like he'll be going back to his traditional sound. The teaser is short, but gives us the full power of his voice.


He's also famous for featuring various big stars in his MVs, and it looks like this one will feature Son Ho Joon and Park Ha Sun. Check out the teaser above and get ready for his comeback on the 25th!


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March 23, 2015
K.Will Returns for Spring with ‘Growing’ Teaser feat. Son Ho Jun and Park Ha Sun
CJ E&M enewsWorld Grace Danbi Hong

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Coming back for spring again, K.Will unveiled a teaser video for his upcoming song.
K.Will Returns for Spring with ‘Growing’ Teaser feat. Son Ho Jun and Park Ha Sun
On March 23, K.Will released the teaser for his upcoming new song Growing. The song, however, proved to be a bit sadder than his usual spring songs, with the narration saying, “The love that began in spring became spring and ended. Just as the snow that melts, our love melted like that as well.” 
The music video teaser included Son Ho Jun and Park Ha Sun, raising curiosity to what kind of story is behind their sad love story. 
K.Will’s sixth mini album re:, with the title song Growing, will be released on March 25. 




Photo Credit: Starship Entertainment

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[TRANS/INT] 140925 ‘STAR 1’ Magazine October 2014 issue - Baro 

Q: How was the holiday? You must have been closer now.

Yoo Yeonsuk: We’re already close because we filmed a drama together for a few months, but through this holiday, we got to know things about each other we didn’t know before. Though this holiday is filmed, it’s very comfortable, just like having holiday with friends. That’s why we became closer.

Son Hojoon: It’s very fun. We’re stuck together for 24 hours. We got to know many of each others’ secrets; we expressed our hearts without hiding anything.

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March 25, 2015
K.Will Delivers Tearful MV for ‘Growing’ feat. Son Ho Jun and Park Ha Sun
CJ E&M enewsWorld Grace Danbi Hong

Tragically expressing that not every flower that blossoms is beautiful, K.Will released his latest album RE:. 
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K.Will released his new mini album RE: on March 25, unveiling the music video for the title song Growing, featuring Son Ho Jun and Park Ha Sun. 
In the music video, Son Ho Jun attempts to forget his past lover, but is painfully reminded of her every time spring comes around. 
The lyrics say, “Sometimes a day passes with me forgetting you / Sometimes I dream of someone else than you / But even so, in my heart a flower called you keeps on blossoming / In my heart no no no / You painfully grow.” 
On March 25, K.Will will perform Growing for the first time on SBS Power FM’s Great Radio, where he is the DJ. 
WATCH MV HERE
Photo Credit: Starship Entertainment

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Son HoJun is model for Chicken Store and recommends chicken menu20150326150939_iomipshq.jpg
http://www.newsen.com/news_view.php?uid=201503261236180410

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Korea’s Finecut acquires 'Circle Of Atonement'

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EXCLUSIVE: Korea’s Finecut has picked up Circle Of Atonement, the feature directorial debut of Park Eun Gyoung and Lee Dong Ha, whose credits as writers include The Terror Live.

Up-and-coming star Son Ho-jun from Death Bell and TV series Reply 1994 plays a high school teacher who lost his fiancee years ago while Sung Dong-il (Miss Granny, Mr Go) plays the detective that investigated her murder. Kim You-jung plays his teenage daughter who grows close to the teacher, sharing intimate secrets.

Produced by Film Dorothy and presented by Sansoo Ventures Inc. in association with CGV Arthouse, the film wrapped shooting last week.

Finecut also sold The Royal Tailor to Japan (The Klockworx), China (Lemon Tree Media Company), Taiwan (AV Jet International Media), Malaysia and Brunei (Hwa Yea Multimedia) and worldwide in-flight rights (Emphasis).

The Klockworx and Hwa Yea Multimedia also picked up Fashion King for their respective territories.

Bong Joon Ho-produced Haemoo sold to Australia/New Zealand (Madman Entertainment) and Turkey (Fabula Medya).

Montage sold to German-speaking territories (Edel).

Finecut has a market screening of Ha Jung-woo’sChronicle Of A Blood Merchant in Filmart and Im Kwon-taek’s Revivre and Park Jung-bum’s Alive at the Hong Kong International Film Festival.


source: screendaily

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Yoori with the cast of Joy and also with Baro and Yoo Yeon Seokimage

Baro & Yoo Yeon Seok came to support Son Ho Jun!!!Jjang!! Now I am hoping for youth over flowers part 2...

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March 27, 2015
It’s a wrap for Three Meals a Day: Fishing Village by javabeanshttp://www.dramabeans.com/2015/03/its-a-wrap-for-three-meals-a-day-fishing-village/

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March 31, 2015
Son Ho Jun Gets His License Canceled Because He Didn′t Check His Mail Newsen Yoon Ho Jung  Translation Credit : Grace Danbi Hong

Son Ho Jun recently had his driver′s license suspended. 
On March 31, Son Ho Jun′s agency rep told Newsen, "Son Ho Jun received a penalty fine, but he didn′t know his license would get suspended because he wasn′t able to propely check his mailbox due to continuous fimling schedules and moving houses recently. He found out about it and paid his fine on March 31." 
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In September of 2014, Son Ho Jun violated a traffic signal while driving and received 15 penalty points as well as a penalty fine of 60,000 won. Son Ho Jun didn′t pay during the first payment period (10 days after the incident) and the second payment period (20 days following the first payment period). Because he didn′t pay the fine even after the duration of the summary decision, he received a notice that his license was suspended on March 25. Son Ho Jun found out belatedly and paid the fine. 
"Son Ho Jun didn′t drive during the period his license was suspended," stated the agency. "This the result of carelessness from the agency and Son Ho Jun." 
Photo Credit: Newsen

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April 2, 2015
Star producer Na Young-seok reveals secrets to his successMan behind ‘3 Meals’ also spills what goes on behind the scenes
BY JEONG A-RAM [estyle@joongang.co.kr] INSIDE Korea JoongAng Daily

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Na Young-seok, one of the hottest and most successful entertainment show producers, says he has never been trendy. Instead, as someone who grew up in the countryside, he says he is attracted to things that have rural and analogue elements. By Kim Gyeong-bin
Viewers were bewildered when producer Na Young-seok first appeared in a cameo role on KBS reality TV program “One Night, Two Days.”
At the time, celebrities dominated these types of shows, but the producer won the audience over with his personality, as well as the innovative ideas he came up with to make the program more exciting. 
After transferring to entertainment company CJ E&M, Na has come up with a series of hits such as “Grandpas Over Flowers,” in which four actors in their 70s are followed backpacking in different countries, and “Three Meals a Day,” where celebrities must fend for themselves in a rural setting. 
The programs captivated viewers with their simple yet emotional concepts. 
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“One Night, Two Days” on KBS
Star producer Na found a moment to talk about his programs with the JoongAng Ilbo, an affiliate of the Korea JoongAng Daily.
Q. It was interesting how Cha Seung-won, Yoo Hae-jin and Son Ho-jun seem to fit into specific roles in “Three Meals a Day.” Did you plan this?
A. I never plan ahead and did not intend for this to happen. I just focused on showing the original personalities of the cast. 
Actor Cha’s cooking has become the talk of the town, so much so that some people don’t believe he has no help from the show’s crew. Is this true?
The show’s backdrop is a fishing hamlet, and even the fishermen don’t know what they will catch. Cha had to cook what he could with the prepared ingredients. He cooked 70 percent of the dishes on the show. We sometimes ask him to make unexpected food such as bread or fish cakes. When he baked the bread it really surprised me. 
02072217.jpg The spinoff of “Three Meals a Day,” set in a fishing village

Humorous subtitles seem to have been another key to making the show such a huge success. Do you agree?
Five to six junior directors on my team come up with the subtitles. Of course, I edit them after they finish, but their popularity is down to the directors. If viewers like the background music and subtitles, it’s all because of them.
What do you think are other factors that contribute to its popularity? 
There are rest times in the show. I tried to show the stars at night and make viewers listen to raindrops on a rainy day. There were even scenes shown from the point of view of a dog. One day, director Lee Jin-ju asked me to film the town through a camera on the dog’s neck. I could tell it actually had their own life and world from this experience. 
The program is appealing because it’s unique. Was it inspired by your personality?
I’m not a geek who has a special uniqueness, yet my background growing up in Cheongju, North Chungcheong, might have given me a chance to develop this. 
The village where I grew up was surrounded by farmland, and I assume it makes me like the ambience of country scenery. I’m the perfect opposite of trendy and sophisticated people. 
So you think having grown up in the countryside affects your work? 
Of course it has influenced a lot of my work. When I planned the reality show “Grandpas Over Flowers,” many rising stars were discussed to take the leading roles, but my heart told me to work with the elder actors. They look old and have this audacity, but their warm hearts fascinated me. 
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What is your strength as a producer? 
I have specialized in reality shows, which enables me to take a story from anyone. For instance, I can make any story from the reporters and cameramen if I spend three to four days doing it. Everyone has their own personality and their view on life, which naturally creates stories when they are put together with other people. 
Do you have any preference when you choose people for your shows? 
I like grown-ups who have years of life experience. I especially respect people who have a solid point of view on the world and act straightforwardly. 
I don’t like people who try to manipulate themselves into something they are not to appeal to viewers. Some celebrities think about how he or she will appear on screen and act how they want to come across rather than as who they actually are. This adds up to nothing. 
Who has inspired you the most on all your shows? 
Every single cast member has a virtue I can learn from, but Yoo Hae-jin was the one I wanted to take after the most. He always considers others. Inside he is very strong, which makes him keep to his own way. I want to be like him when I get old.
Ok Taec-yeon and Son Ho-jun are younger than your usual stars. Why did you include them in your shows?
Although Ok is a member of a K-pop group and is young, he has his own personality and shows this instead of acting the way he thinks the public wants him to act. Son is a person who persistently works hard, which has been proven in “Three Meals a Day.” He created a balance between Cha and Yoo, who have their own marked individuality. 
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The episode of “Grandpas Over Flowers” set in Greece premiered on March 27. What should the viewers know before they watch the show? 
There is not a big difference between the new show and the previous series except that actress Choi Ji-woo will appear in it. The fact that nothing changes could make the audience bored since the same traveling concept keeps being repeated, but I did not want to make any changes to the show. The role of Choi as a porter definitely switched up the atmosphere, though. 
Aren’t you anxious about it being successful?
The viewer ratings can always decline. I don’t want to make a fancy reality show where I just think about the ratings. I want to keep my tone when I make a reality show. 

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Guest dagogirlsari

I wonder why there is no article about Law of the jungle palau. Because it hits great rates better than 3 meals a day. every episode shows the cute romance between ho jun and baro. I really love their chemistry :-) and for indochina please give the posting about it! Thx . 

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  • Woowww breaking news about ho jun and yunho. How can i share the picture here?

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