진짜?!: KDrama Buzz for Thursday, March 30, 2017


Yoon Eun Hye is as photogenic as ever, but these photos are pretty boring. Yoon Eun Hye Returns to K-ent with Ravishing Marie Claire Pictorial

Gong Yoo will be in the midst of a Taiwanese frenzy on April 29. Gong Yoo’s 5,500-ticket Taiwan event sells out in minutes

Did Kdrama fans just realize how hot and talented Kim Jae Wook is? They obviously didn’t watch Antique. Kim Jae Wook Discusses Plus Side To Playing His Evil “Voice” Character

Kim Sung Oh played the second male lead in “Warm and Cozy” and given his age and unorthodox looks, that was probably his last chance. Kim Seong-oh to join “Ssam, My Way” as Park Seo-joon’s coach

Nice to see Im Joo Hwan, who has been relegated to being excellent in supporting roles, being featured in a editorial spread. Im Joo Hwan is a Perfectly Attired Cutie for Arena Magazine.

Kim Nam Gil without facial hair, but still looking good.

Meanwhile, this might possibly be the most boring High Cut editorial shoot I have ever seen. Good going, Seo Hyun Jin.

We laugh at how notoriously bad Choi Jin Hyuk’s photos are for such a good looking guy. Maybe, the army taught him a thing or two about taking better photos.

Escapism from harsh reality may be the reason why Kdramas tend to feature young chaebols. Poor and on their own, South Korea’s elderly who will ‘work until they die’

If you want to be virtually serenaded by BTS, here you go: Crossing Cultures: Black K-Pop Fans in America

Last week in Hot Takes From the Noonas

Seo In-guk enlists in military service today

Sin Dong-wook comes back after a seven-year hiatus with “Bleak Night – Drama”

Yeon Woo-jin and Park Min-young will be king and queen in “Queen for 7 Days”

Seo Kang-joon considers playing aegyo robot

Koo Hye-seon exits weekend drama, “You’re Too Much”

3 Comments

  • The Taiwan news about Gong Yoo says he catapulted to Hallyu syardom through Goblin and Train to Busan? Somebody’s way late to the party!

      • Yeah. I would imagine it would be very daunting coming to North America. I’m basing that on an interview of his (that I probably saw on this site) where the talked about how intimidated and uncomfortable he’d feel working with female foreigners as opposed to working with Asian female actors whom he views as fellow colleagues.

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