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2 hours ago, willenette said:

*** So far, we heard nothing anymore of the details of his enlistment ceremony. I'm happy that he will soon serve the position that he's interested and good at, which is in the Capital Defense Command Force as a Police. :P

Thanks for being here updating!!! i hope i can make time to be here too..to update till he comes out :heart:

yes no ceremony..but lots of fans and reporter were there to send him off..

and even though he looked nervous, he greeted everyone with smile..

 

one of the reporters was his colleague in 'real men'! he hugged him hehe

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more photos of this news outlet here http://isplus.live.joins.com/search/photo_list.asp?kwd=박형식

 

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1 hour ago, anazs said:

Thanks for being here updating!!! i hope i can make time to be here too..to update till he comes out :heart:

yes no ceremony..but lots of fans and reporter were there to send him off..

and even though he looked nervous, he greeted everyone with smile..

 

one of the reporters was his colleague in 'real men'! he hugged him hehe

 

more photos of this news outlet here http://isplus.live.joins.com/search/photo_list.asp?kwd=박형식

 

 

Hi anazs, thanks for sharing this. It is the rule that the admission ceremony opens to the public unless you request & wish to enlist quietly. The same thing upon discharge,  if you want your discharge to happen discreetly, there will be nothing special. Celebrities usually hold a brief photo session and press conference ahead of entering the gates of the training camp. :P

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*** His bromance with Park Seo Joon is still going strong! During Actor & Chatter, Park Seo Joon opened up about the latest news between his close friendships with Park Hyungsik! He revealed that he was finally able to get in touch with Park Hyungsik now that he recently finished his basic training in the military. He contacted PSJ through their group chat with friends. He said that there were 4,300 messages waiting for him in their chatroom alone. Wow, those were many messages to read on. He said that he had a ceremony for the end of his basic training. As a standard, there’s an army training completion ceremony after (4) weeks of training. After training, you’ll be given a leave or day-off for some days before you begin your military service. After this they are assigned to posts and roles. Sigh............spending two years in the barracks or wherever during MS is taxing for anyone not looking to pursue a career in the military.

I hope he maintains to be healthy! I hope he finishes his duties safely. His fans are awaiting for his return. Return safely!   :P
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5 Actors Who Went From Second Leads to Main

 

Our babies went through a lot!

 

We have all been there, we are watching a drama and as it progresses the line between who is the main and the second lead blur. Thanks to this all of us have ended plenty, if not all dramas, with a major case of the second lead syndrome. This is when you root for the second lead actor to have a happily ever after with the main actress. We have decided to pick our top actors who went from a pat on the back to a happily ever after. We understand there are A LOT more, but these are the ones people seem to forget about.

 

 

Park Hyungsik

 

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Park Hyungsik started his acting career in 2012 as was part of the cast of 'I Remember You.' He was our second lead on 'Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth.' He made it into our hearts slowly but sure, and at the end, we were waiting for him to not be cold porridge. He was able to have a happy ending in his drama 'Strong Woman Do Bongsoon.' 

 

 

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source : https://www.kstarlive.com/article/2018/07/18/5-Actors-Who-Went-From-Second-Leads-to-Main--5983718?fbclid=IwAR3Una6R5RdEzwuExJI9NF8LPc9DpX0oPmm7znu7vnxwLSsv9BK62T6mOts

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On 7/18/2019 at 1:47 PM, willenette said:

*** His bromance with Park Seo Joon is still going strong! During Actor & Chatter, Park Seo Joon opened up about the latest news between his close friendships with Park Hyungsik! He revealed that he was finally able to get in touch with Park Hyungsik now that he recently finished his basic training in the military. He contacted PSJ through their group chat with friends. He said that there were 4,300 messages waiting for him in their chatroom alone. Wow, those were many messages to read on. He said that he had a ceremony for the end of his basic training. As a standard, there’s an army training completion ceremony after (4) weeks of training. After training, you’ll be given a leave or day-off for some days before you begin your military service. After this they are assigned to posts and roles. Sigh............spending two years in the barracks or wherever during MS is taxing for anyone not looking to pursue a career in the military.

 

I hope he maintains to be healthy! I hope he finishes his duties safely. His fans are awaiting for his return. Return safely!   :P

 

I think the first thing that he did after he got his phone is to open his Kakao apps LOL! 

he must have missed them a lot! :bawling:

Seojoon said that they are all talkative in the group chat so that's maybe why Hyungsik had 4300 unread message! :lol:

He only got 5 hours to spend with family then he needed to pack his stuff and go for another 3 weeks training at the Army General Administration School.

 

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On 7/20/2019 at 1:15 PM, anazs said:

 

I think the first thing that he did after he got his phone is to open his Kakao apps LOL! 

he must have missed them a lot! :bawling:

Seojoon said that they are all talkative in the group chat so that's maybe why Hyungsik had 4300 unread message! :lol:

He only got 5 hours to spend with family then he needed to pack his stuff and go for another 3 weeks training at the Army General Administration School.

 

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Hi anazs, thanks for sharing this. Time flies so fast - his 4-week basic training has been over! Aside from the reward vacation, they can be able to see their family after (4) weeks of basic training.  There was a time when the Army has extended basic military training for recruits from five weeks to eight weeks as part of measures to beef up military readiness against North Korea.  As a standard, there’s an army training completion ceremony after (4) weeks of training. After this they are assigned to posts and roles. :P

 

I'm glad to know they still keep in touch with his buddies and remain close! :D

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9 Of The Nicest Rich Guys Who Shatter K-Drama Stereotypes

 

Where would K-drama be without chaebols? That’s the Korean word for a wealthy businessman, owner of a vast conglomerate empire, aka the job description of 80 percent of K-drama male leads. It makes sense that this trope is so popular: when we enter the world of chaebols, we get to see how the other half lives and to revel in glamour and luxury which we’d never otherwise experience.

 

But you know what doesn’t make sense? So many K-drama chaebols are arrogant jerks, and so many female leads keep falling for them anyway. It’s 2019, people! Our leading ladies have better things to do than chase cold, aloof guys who don’t treat them right. That’s why we always love to see a chaebol who knows how to be a decent human being. The more these charming fellas turn up, the more the tide turns and the fewer tired tropes we have to endure.

 

Want to know which rich guys are leading the way? Let’s find out!

 

Warning: spoilers ahead!

 

 

3. Ahn Min Hyuk in “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon

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We love a male lead who doesn’t feel threatened by a strong, powerful woman. In Bong Soon’s (Park Bo Young) case, that’s not only emotional strength but also literal, physical strength. She’s the kind of girl who can pick up her man in a princess carry and swoop him out of harm’s way. And as for Min Hyuk (Park Hyung Sik), he doesn’t just not feel threatened – he actually, actively loves it!

 

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As the drama begins, Min Hyuk swans around on a hoverboard, king of his own little world, but when he meets Bong Soon, he more than meets his match. It’s fun to watch this chaebol throw himself wholeheartedly into a relationship where he is the sidekick who needs to be rescued. He’s also fine with being the cutesy, clingy one, throwing out hearts and flowers to his cooler, more reserved girlfriend. How’s that for a refreshing role reversal?

 

Check out the first episode of “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon”:

 

 

Watch Now

 

 

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credit : soompi news

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6 Wacky K-Dramas That Will Make You Belly Laugh

 

Over-exaggerated humor is one of those things where some people hate it and some people can’t get enough of it. Silly situations and funny banter are commonly seen in many K-dramas, but have you ever seen a drama that had such a wacky sense of humor that it made you double over in laughter? If you ever need a good laugh and distraction from the struggles of life, then these dramas are perfect for you!

 

Warning: the camp is strong in these dramas. If you can’t handle over-exaggerated humor, better look elsewhere.

 

 

Strong Woman Do Bong Soon

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“Strong Woman Do Bong Soon” also channels comical vibes, as it tells the story of a quirky young woman named Bong Soon (Park Bo Young) who is gifted with superhuman strength. Armed with the power to protect people, Bong Soon gets into some hilarious situations and says some hilarious things, and the satisfactory moments of her showcasing her strength often come with hilarious expressions of those who witness (or unfortunately experience) her power. From the male lead (Park Hyung Sik) to the supporting characters, everyone in this drama is a little wacky, and I’m all here for it!

 

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Catch the first episode of “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon”:

 

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credit : soompi news

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8 Korean Dramas That Are Perfect For Newbies

 

It's no doubt that Korean dramas are dominating global screen time. TBH, who can resist picture-perfect leads, squeal-worthy storylines, the picturesque backdrop of Seoul, and all the food, culture, fashion, and style that come along with it? If you're totally new to all things K-drama, this list will help you get started!

 

 

8. Strong Woman Do Bong Soon (2017)

With great strength comes great responsibility. Coming from a line of strong women gifted with superhuman strength, Do Bong Soon (Park Bo Young) has no choice but to suppress her unique abilities to be the woman worthy of her longtime crush, In Guk  Doo (Ji Soo).

 

She comes one step closer to her dream of one day creating her own video game when a series of events lead to her being hired as the bodyguard for gaming company CEO Ahn Min Hyuk (Park Hyung Sik). When serial kidnapping cases happen in Bong Soon's neighborhood, our heroine steps up to use her super-strength to help others and cops love from two hotties while she's at it.

 

 

 

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source : https://www.cosmo.ph/entertainment/korean-dramas-for-newbies-a2661-20190817-lfrm

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10 Cheesy Romantic K-Dramas That Are Total Guilty Pleasures

 

 

Let’s be real. There are A LOT of cheesy K-dramas out there. Sometimes we watch a particular scene that we’ve seen countless times before that is off-the-charts cheesy, but we still can’t help but love it. There are various tropes or elements that usually result in a drama giving off a cheesy vibe. Some aspects include an accidental hug or kiss, an over-the-top confession, a background song, and super sweet displays of affection in the form of actions or words. And although these cheesy elements are enough to make us cringe, it still doesn’t take away from the fact that the K-drama is an absolute pleasure to watch. Here’s a look at 10 Romantic K-dramas that are cheesy but a total guilty pleasure.

 

Warning: Minor spoilers ahead!

 

 

8. “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon

“Strong Woman Do Bong Soon” stars Park Hyung Sik as Ahn Min Hyuk, the CEO of a gaming company who hires Park Bo Young‘s character Do Bong Soon to be his bodyguard. Do Bong Soon is a girl with super strength who comes to the rescue of her weak boyfriend Ahn Min Hyuk.

 

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The premise of this series sounds corny and if it wasn’t for the two leads, it could have been an epic fail. But Park Hyung Sik and Park Bo Young are so adorable together and their chemistry in the series is so convincing!

 

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And if it wasn’t for this chemistry, scenes like this particular one could have come off as being uber cheesy:

 

 

 

The pair was able to deliver the cutest and cheesiest lines with such conviction that it had viewers begging for more! These two need to be in another series together ASAP!

 

Start watching “Strong Woman Do Bong Soon”:

 

Watch Now

 

 

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credit : soompi news

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4 K-Drama Idols Who Prove There’s Nothing Sexier Than A Man In Suits

Dressed to impress! Check out these suited up hotties.

 

 

1. Park Hyung Sik in Suits

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Idol-turned-actor Park Hyung Sik currently plays the role of a rookie lawyer in the new TV series Suits, where he appears in a classic suit-and-tie outfit finished off with a pair of sneakers. This casual classy look is perfect for Park Hyung Sik’s character, who is genius and different, young and carefree.

Fans love Park Hyung Sik’s slim fitting suit really complements his overall short haired clean cut look.

 

 

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Idol Actors Fill the Big Screen in 2019

 

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The 2019 theaters had exceptionally many films with idols who jumped over to acting in the lead.

 

They were above expectations and some even showed their true value as the blue-chip performers of Chungmuro. However, not all of them were successful.

 

One of the most successful idol-actors this year is, without a doubt, Girls' Generation Yoona. She had been in the spotlight as an idol-actress since Girls' Generation was active, and starred in numerous dramas, building on her filmography. However, her first film debut was the 2017 work "Confidential Assignment". She started off slowly with a small role until finally she landed herself a role in "Exit - Movie" as 'actress Im Yoona'. She tackled the role of Eui-joo, an ordinary worker who suddenly finds herself in the middle of a natural disaster. She did so well she was almost as good as actor Jo Jung-suk, the icon of comedy film. She also managed to pull off the unique action style of having to climb up higher using her knowledge in mountain climbing.

 
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Park Hyung-sik, an idol who made a name for himself as an acting idol, didn't have it easy in his first film either. His first screen challenge was "Juror 8" and it came out in May based on the subject of the country's first trial of public participation. However, the movie stopped at 280,000 views as well. Park Hyung-sik played Kwon Nam-woo, a young businessman who somehow ended up as a juror.
 
 
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10 Wealthiest and Influential Korean Actors in the World

 

Without a doubt the Korean fever or Hallyu wave has infected everyone, it would come as no surprise, that Korean artists and talents are now the biggest resources of Korea contributing billions and billions of dollars in their economy.

 

We compiled the Top 10 Highest Paid Korean Actors, the most loved and Korean actors who made a huge impression all over the world apart from BTS. The amount of money is not listed according to order, due to the different contracts and brands that they are currently endorsing, this article is an estimate of their ability and current popularity based in figures of 2019 and potential for earnings in 2020.

 

 

8. Park Hyung Sik

Known for his role in Hwarang: The Poet Warrior Youth in which he starred together with Park Seo Jun and BTS Taehyung and the ever successful Strong Woman Do Bong Soon with Park Bo Young his popularity grew stronger. Park Hyung sik has an average of $43,000k per year during his early days as a musician. He also experienced immense success for the movie Troll in the US which made around $153.7 million.

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source : https://www.menhave.com/10-highest-paid-korean-actors/

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*** PHS is one of the winners of the 39th Korean Association of Film Critics Awards. The award ceremony was held on November 13 at the KG Tower in Seoul. Park Hyung Sik won Best New Actor for his role in “Juror 8.”  He is currently serving in the military so, he just gave his award acceptance speech through a letter.  :P Congratulations, PHS!

 

 

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Check out the full list of winners below!

Best Film: “Parasite” (Bareunson E&A)

Lifetime Achievement in Film Award: Um Aing Ran

Best Director: Bong Joon Ho (“Parasite”)

Best Actress: Kim Hyang Gi (“Innocent Witness”)

Best Actor: Shin Ha Kyun (“Inseparable Bros”)

Best Supporting Actress: Kim Sae Byuk (“House of Hummingbird”)

Best Supporting Actor: Jin Sun Kyu (“Extreme Job”)

Best New Director: Kim Bo Ra (“House of Hummingbird”)

Best New Actress: Park Ji Hoo (“House of Hummingbird”)

Best New Actor: Park Hyung Sik (“Juror 8”)

Best Screenplay: Yook Sang Hyo (“Inseparable Bros”)

FIPRESCI (International Federation of Film Critics) Award, Korean branch: Kim Bo Ra (“House of Hummingbird”)

Best Cinematography: Hong Kyung Pyo (“Parasite”)

Best Soundtrack: Kim Jun Suk (“Swing Kids”)

Best Technical Work: Park Il Hyun (artwork for “Swing Kids”)

Best Independent Film: Kang Sang Woo/Kim Bo Ra

 

Congratulations to all of the winners!

 

 

 

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