Archives for the day of: November 19, 2012

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In respect for everyone who bought the actual DVD, this is the last vid from it that I will post here.
Please support XIA Junsu by buying it, please!^^

Kim Jae-joong’s comic acting in his movie debut is drawing a positive reaction from fans, according to media reports yesterday.

“Code Name: Jackal,” which was released Thursday, features the singer as a fictional idol star, Choi Hyun, who is abducted by assassin Bong Min-jung, played by Song Ji-hyo.

In a desperate effort to get her to release him, the pretty-face singer tries to please her with self-deprecating acts, such as slapstick comedy and comical singing.

“Is that really Kim Jae-joong? I didn’t know he had such a comical side in him,” said an audience on a Web site forum. Another said he looked so different from “Dr. Jin,” a just-finished MBC drama. “I was concerned that his good looks may be a hindrance to comedy, but he did it terrifically,” said another fan of the K-pop star.

Kim, 26, a pillar of the three-member boy group JYJ, made a debut as an actor with the 2011 SBS drama, “Protect The Boss,” through which he received the New Star award during the SBS Drama Awards.

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서현이장남감 빠빵 타고 삼촌영화보러가요 pic.twitter.com/Pxp5Pl2G

[TRANS]  Seohyunie ride her play toy car to go watch uncle’s movie

[NOTE: She’s talking about Jackal is Coming]

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Cutie nephew >_<

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With the rising popularity of K-Pop, it’s impossible to keep track of the newbies popping into the scene. To excel in the entertainment scene, idols no longer restrict themselves to singing and acting in dramas, but are also focusing on another niche market: Musicals.

Musicals have become a new platform for artistes to showcase their singing abilities. For the musical production companies, the inclusion of an idol group member also guarantees a good sales figure for the musical.

Involvement in a musical has its pros and cons though. Some idols were lauded for their singing and acting talents after their stints as musical actors, while others just left people wondering why the star was even cast.

xinmsn checks out 10 promising idols who had tried their hands in musicals and rates their success.

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K-Pop idols turned musical actors: Who did it better?

JYJ, Junsu

Took part in: Mozart, Heaven’s Tears, Elizabeth

Level of success: ★★★★★

Reason:

Mozart was Junsu’s first job after breaking off from DBSK and as a member of JYJ, so the experience held special meaning for the singer. Despite being praised as an excellent singer, taking part in musicals allowed Junsu’s fans, as well as the general public, to have a glimpse of what this talented singer could achieve with his flawless vocals when coupled with his budding acting skills.

All the musicals that Junsu took part in was an instant sold-out. His performance in Mozart had also earned him recognition from veteran musical actors and awards n many musical-related awards shows for the year.

After Mozart, the talented singer also took lead in Heaven’s Tears and Elizabeth, in which the 34,000 tickets for his Elizabeth shows were snapped up within 10 minutes.

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Congratulations Junsu-ah…. 😀

Note : only Junsu who got 5 stars which it’s mean that he is on the first spot. After Junsu there are Dana and Lina (The grace) also Kyuhyun and Sungmin (Suju) with 4 stars, meanwhile Daesung (Big bang) and Gyuri (KARA) got 3 stars and the rest such Yunho(duodbsk), Dongjun (ZE:A) and Changmin (2AM) only got 2 stars.

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Look Jae with these suit makes me remind  about Cha Muwon in Protect The boss

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Lee Soo Yeon (played by Yoon Eun Hye) returns to ‘I Miss You’ as Joy, leaving behind the painful memories of Lee Soo Yeon, the daughter of a murderer.

On November 19th, some of the still cuts from MBC Wed/Thu drama ‘I Miss You’ have been revealed as well as the preview clips on the official homepage.

Yoo Eun Hye returned as the confident designer Joy, and the hurt and abused young Lee Soo Yeon (played by Kim So Hyun) is nowhere to be found.

The preview also revealed the first meeting between Park Yoochun and Yoo Seung Ho as the adult Han Jung Woo and Kang Hyun Joon, exponentially increasing the viewer curiosity.

Some of the netizen comments on episode 5 of this highly anticipated drama include: “I wonder what’s going to change in Soo Yeon’s life”, “Could Jung Woo recognize Soo Yeon since she’s changed so much?”, “I look forward to seeing Soo Yeon, who has overcome such a painful past”, “Park Yoochun’s eyes are so sad”, “Yoo Seung Ho looks so handsome!”, and “Park Yoochun, Yoon Eun Hye, and Yoo Seung Ho, all three of them are visual perfections.”

The 5th episode of ‘I Miss You’, in which the adult actors will now be taking over, will air at 9:55pm on November 21st.

Image: ‘I Miss You’ official homepage’
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(Note: YEH’s character(Lee Su yeon)’s nickname will be ZOE not Joy)

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MBC’s “I Miss You” finally signaled the real appearance of Park Yoochun, who transforms into a charismatic homicide detective.

On the Wednesday episode of “I Miss You,” Jung Woo (Yeo Jin Goo) and his family tries to find the missing Soo Yeon (Kim So Hyun). Though the criminals who kidnapped her tell them falsely that they killed her, Soo Yeon had barely survived thanks to the help of Hyung Joon (Ahn Do Kyu).

Jung Woo confirms that she is alive through a fortuitous phone call and goes to find the detective and tries to beg for him to keep looking by kneeling in front of him and that’s where Park Yoochun’s appearance overlapped.

14 years later, Park Yoochun appears as the detective Jung Woo, with the nickname “crazy rabbit,” which indicates just how seriously he takes his work.

“I Miss You” is continuing amongst very positive reviews about the direction and the acting. Next week’s episodes will continue with the adult actors Park Yoochun, Yoon Eun Hye, and Yoo Seung Ho.

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