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[Park Shin-hye] Shinhye is so dazzling that you sprinkled freshness


2021.07.22. 19:42  34,320 reads


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Actress Park Shin-hye in the photo I'm going to show you is so dazzling.




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25.07.2021 Park Shin-hye Instagram Story updated



"9 consecutive victories !!!"
"Thank you for your hard work :thumbsup:"
"Individual battles are also fighting !!"

 Congratulations Korea for winning  Gold medal in archery


Photo Source: Park Shin-hye's Instagram Story




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NET TV Schedule Today Sunday 25 July 2021: Don't Miss School 2017, Pinocchio, and Kurulus Osman

- July 25, 2021, 05:00 WIB
Pinocchio airs on NET TV July 24, 2021, today.*
Pinocchio airs on NET TV July 24, 2021, today.* // Twitter.com/Netmediatama//


MAPAY BANDUNG - Here's the NET TV program schedule for today Sunday, July 25 , 2021 .

NET TV has compiled a program or program for today , one of which is the Turkish drama Kurulus Osman which is scheduled to air at 19.30 WIB.

One of the private television stations will also broadcast the 2017 drama School , Pinocchio and various other shows such as Detective Conan, Shinbi's House to the Tonight Show.


You can watch these programs on the NET TV screen or stream on the official website.





Pinocchio Drama Cast Profile: Lee Jong Suk, Park Shin Hye, Kim Young Kwang, to Lee Yoo Bi

- July 25, 2021, 15:30 WIB
Synopsis Pinocchio Episode 1 on NET TV Friday 23 July 2021 /https://asianwiki.com/Pinocchio_(Korean_Drama)



MAPAY BANDUNG - Net TV rebroadcast the most popular Korean drama (drakor) entitled Pinocchio .

The drama, starring Lee Jong Suk , Park Shin Hye , and Kim Young Kwang , airs on NET every day at 18.30 WIB.


Check out the full profile of the drakor player released in 2014.


Even though it is more than five years old, this drama is still very worth watching because of the many reliable players and interesting storyline.



For that, before watching this exciting drama live, it's a good idea to get to know the actors better.


Also Read: Synopsis of Drakor Pinocchio which will air on Net TV

Here's the full profile of Pinocchio players .


1. Lee Jong Suk as Choi Dal Po


2Park Shin Hye as Choi In Ha

Defamation, malicious netizens on Park Shin Hye fined, agency promises to take action without mercy


Defamation, malicious netizens on Park Shin Hye fined, agency promises to take merciless action Soompi


Compared to the male lead, the female lead in the drakor Pinocchio is also already popular and has starred in many drakors.


Starting from The Heirs, Memories of The Alhambra, The Doctors, Sisyphus and many more.

In addition to being an artist, Park In Hye is also famous as a model and singer.


This time, Park Shin Hye will play Choi In Ha, a 'nephew' who is the same age as her uncle Choi Dal Po.

Uniquely, Choi In Ha has suffered from Pinocchio syndrome since childhood, this makes him unable to lie to anyone, if In Ha lies he will experience hiccups right away.


Choi In Ha and Choi Dal Po have the same dream of becoming a successful reporter.


Biography of Park Shin Hye


Name: Park Shin Hye
Place of Birth: Gyeonggi, South Korea, February 18, 1990
Height: 168 cm
Weight: 45 kg
Agency: ALT Entertainment
Instagram: @ssinz7



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These Are All the Gorgeous Actresses That Have Played The On Screen Daughters Of Actress Kim MiKyung

Haneul Jul 22, 2021

Actress Kim MiKyung is a veteran Korean actress known for her incredible talent and expressiveness. She's highly respected in the industry for their admirable personality and impressive filmography. For newer fans of the recent generations, she's known for her motherly roles on K-Dramas. Fans know that if a drama has Kim MiKyung in it, it is bound to be a super-hit.

In her career, Kim MiKyung has played many characters. However, the character of the mother sticks by viewers because of how realistically she portrays it. Here are some of the amazing actresses that have played her daughters in K-Dramas.


1. Park ShinHye

These Are All the Gorgeous Actresses That Have Played The On Screen Daughters Of Actress Kim MiKyung


Park Shin Hye plays Cha EunSang in "The Heirs" and she is the daughter of Park HeeNam, played by Kim MiKyung. This on-screen mother-daughter duo was nothing short of iconic.






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[Memories of the Alhambra OST Part 1] Loco & U Seungeun - Star (Little Prince) MV



[MV] G-Soul - 'Stay (tempus) (Prod. GroovyRoom)' 〈Sisyphus: the myth〉 OST Part.1 ♪

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Top 10 highest paid Korean actresses [2021]


By Adarsh Chaturvedi on June 24, 2021

There are many talented actresses in South Korea, and the competition to get a lead role in a k-drama is fierce. How much the Korean actresses are paid per episode?. We will answer this question now and show you the top 10 highest paid Korean actresses.






Her career started at a young age and she would appear in commercials and TV dramas as a child actress. This actress’s first drama series was Stairway to Heaven. She played Choi Ji-Woo’s character as a young girl and that performance gave her “Best Young Actress”  at the 2003 SBS Drama Awards. She is paid 22,700 USD per episodes.




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26.07.2021 | #ParkShinHye for mojo.s.phine brand fall 2021 campaign
'un jour etonnant' 특별한 하루


She is so precious







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Park Shin-hye, the face shape she wants to have..the beauty of the Hallyu goddess

Enter 2021.07.25. 3:22 pm
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Photo = Park Shin-hye's Instagram
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Park Shin-hye revealed her recent situation.

Actress Park Shin-hye posted several photos on her Instagram on the afternoon of the 24th with the caption, "It's a hot summer, but fall and winter will come soon. A special flower that my wife made herself."

In the photo released this time, Park Shin-hye is leaving a certification shot with a flower gift she received at the shooting site of a brand advertisement she is working as a model.

Above all, Park Shin-hye showed off her elegant beauty with a slimmer face, attracting the viewers' attention.

Meanwhile, Park Shin-hye appeared in the JTBC drama 'Sisyphus' this year. 'Sisyphus' is a fantasy mystery drama depicting the journey of a genius engineer who seeks to uncover the existence of hidden identity in our world and a savior who has traveled a long and dangerous path for him. We are currently reviewing our next project.






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Salt Entertainment, Park Shin-hye →  impersonated account, caution, "not to be harmed"

By Kim Ji-young input 2021.07.21 17:17



[Joy News 24 Correspondent Kim Ji-young]


Salt Entertainment has issued a warning to beware of scams that impersonate the accounts of their actors.

On the 21st, Salt Entertainment posted a notice related to the impersonation of an actor on the official SNS.

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Salt Entertainment, which includes actors Park Shin-hye and Kim Seon-ho, has issued a notice of impersonation accounts. [Photo = Reporter Jung So-hee, Joy News Photo DB]



Salt Entertainment said, "The actors Kim Jung-hwa, Park Shin-hye, Kim Ji-won, Kim Seon-ho, Kim Joo-heon, Hong Seung-beom, Lee Jun-kyung, and Jang Do-ha do not operate any other SNS (Facebook, Twitter, etc.) except for personal Instagram and Weibo."


"In any case, we do not ask for monetary offers or personal information through messenger or SNS accounts, so please pay special attention to this and be careful not to suffer damage from impersonated accounts."






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The Best Korean Dramas on Netflix to Watch Right Now


A guide to some of the Korean sci-fi, horror, supernatural, crime thrillers, dramas and comedies available to stream on Netflix


|July 24, 2021

South Korea is one of the world’s biggest exporters of popular culture. From K-pop to K-dramas, Parasite to BTS, the East Asian country knows how to reach an international audience. Korean TV, especially K-dramas, have long been of interest to western markets, but it’s no longer just the Korean diaspora or romance drama fans underserved by western markets checking out K-dramas, international watchers of Korean dramas have become much more “mainstream” in the last few years, especially with Netflix’s increased focus and investment in the region.

Netflix has played a major role in this expansion of Korean TV into the global market. The streamer has not only scooped up an impressive backlog of Korean originals as a global distributor, but, since 2016, has been investing in the Korean TV industry at the production level. At the beginning of 2021, Netflix released an official statement announcing the leasing of two production facilities outside of Seoul, citing the move as “another important example of our continued commitment to investing in Korea’s creative ecosystem.” According to the release, from 2015 to 2020, Netflix invested over 700 million dollars in Korean content. The company also has multi-year content partnerships with CJ ENM/Studio Dragon and JTBC.

Suffice to say, Netflix has a solid Korean TV section, filled with some of the best K-dramas around, both new and old. If you’re new to the world of Korean TV or if you’re simply looking for your next watch, why not try out one of the following…


Memories of the Alhambra (2018)

If you’re looking for another K-drama starring Hyun Bin & Park Shin Hye , then look no further than Memories of the Alhambra, a 2018 K-drama with an absolutely batshit (read: amazing) premise. Hyun stars as Yoo Jin-woo, a CEO who travels to Spain in search of the creator of an AR game set in the Spanish medieval fortress Alhambra. Once there, Jin-woo is pulled into a reality-bending mystery with life-or-death stakes and some unpredictable twists that I don’t want to spoil for you.





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Shin Hye more than a woman to me


Park Shin Hye  is phenomenal in Sisyphus The Myth 


Thank you , actress Park Shin-hye, for giving me a wonderful time with 'Gangseohae' 


2021.04.09. 08:46  12,414 reads

only faith that will never change, you are the only salvation that shines on me





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Sluggish JTBC drama, expectations for the second half
2021. 07. 26 by Reporter Lee Min-ji 
httpImagen://www.sisaweek.com/news/photo/202107/145940_141228_1513.jpgJTBC (clockwise from top left) is showing various works such as 'Hush', 'Monthly House', 'Sisyphus: the myth', 'I know', 'Senior, don't put that lipstick on', etc. It doesn't stand out. / JTBC

Sisa Week = Reporter Lee Min-ji  



In the first half of this year, JTBC posted works of various genres, from 'Senior, Don't Wear That Lipstick' to 'Sisyphus: the myth', on the schedule, but they did not stand out. 'Senior, Don't Put That Lipstick On', which was a remake of a webtoon of the same name, garnered attention, hovered around 1-2%, while 'Hush', which drew attention as Hwang Jung-min's comeback, had the highest viewership rating of 3.4% (based on Nielsen Korea's paid households). ), which left viewers disappointed.


In addition, 'Sisyphus: the myth', which was ambitiously released as a special project for the 10th anniversary, aroused expectations before broadcasting with a production cost of 20 billion won and a colorful lineup including Cho Seung-woo, Park Shin-hye, Kim Byeong-cheol, and Sung Dong-il, but poor computer graphics and difficult to understand story development The decline in ratings could not be avoided. 'Sisyphus: the myth', which started at 5.6% in February, dropped to 4.6% in the 7th episode, and recorded 4.4% in the last episode, which fell short of expectations.



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The Call (2020)

Posted on July 23, 2021 by HorrorGhouls

Seo-yeon is a 28 year old woman who has traveled to visit her sick mother in the rural area where she grew up. Finding that she has lost her cellphone, she goes to her rundown childhood home where she finds an old cordless phone. Soon, she starts receiving calls from this phone, where a woman claims she is being tortured by her own mother. Thinking of it as someone who have just dialed the wrong number, Seo-yeon decides to investigate the matter when more calls from this mysterious woman comes through the old phone. She finds out that the woman making the calls, Young-sook, lived in the same house in 1999…which is also the year Young-sook claims to live in when making the calls. Seo-yeon lives in 2019, which means there’s a 20 year timegap between her and the caller. The two women make contact through the phone calls, and starts exchanging information about the time they live in and their own lives. Seo-yeon explains that when she was a child, her father died in a fire. Young-sook is then able to prevent Seo-yeon’s father from dying in that accident, and Seo-yeon’s life immediately changes: both of her parents are now suddenly there and healthy, and their house is no longer in the rundown state it used to be in. Happy about the turn of events, Seo-yeon starts searching for Young-sook in order to find out what kind of life she is living these days, in the present…only to find an old newspaper article about how Young-sook was killed by her mother during an exorcism. Seo-yeon tries to warn Young-sook about what is going to happen, and by doing so, unleashes an unexpected chain of events.


The Call is a South-Korean Netflix horror-thriller, directed by Chung-Hyun Lee, which is an exciting ride from start to finish. I hadn’t read much about it before watching it, so I didn’t know anything about how the movie’s plot would unfold (and that’s the best way to experience movies like this, in my opinion). At first it gives the appearance of being a rather sweet story about two girls meeting each other despite the difference of time being between them, but it all transpires into something much darker. The two main characters, Seo-yeon and Young-yook, are delivering strong performances, and I really liked the turn of events unfolding throughout the story.With a runtime of almost 2 hours, there wasn’t really a moment without suspense or some kind of excitement, but it isn’t until the first two thirds of the movie that the plot starts to delve into its more sinister part.


There is a mid-credits “twist” that apparently felt a bit off-putting to some people, but overall it just points out the numerous twists and turns that could be caused by so-called time traveling (a concept that could easily be considered a bit paradoxical by itself). I didn’t think this ending ruined anything per se, but it definitely gave assumptions of the possibility of a sequel.


All in all, The Call is an exciting and gripping Korean thriller, which was released on Netflix globally on November 27, 2020.


WARNING: watch the trailer at your own risk, it pretty much spoils the entire movie. Which seems to be a common mistake in many trailers these days…



Director: Chung-Hyun Lee
Original title: Kol
Country & year: South Korea, 2020
Actors: Park Shin-Hye, Jeon Jong-seo, Sung-ryung Kim, Lee El, Park Ho-San, Moon Chang-gil, Oh Jeong-Se, Kyeong-sook Jo, Grace Lynn Kung, Ryu Kyung-Soo, Dong-hwi Lee, Jonny Siew, Yo-sep Song, Chae-Young Um
IMDb: www.imdb.com/title/tt10530176/








cr: horrorghouls.com/reviews/the-call-2020/

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