Friday, July 27, 2012

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What is the reason for Kyung Tak (played by JYJ’s Jae Joong) to live in MBC TV’s drama series Doctor Jin?

Even though he was the child of a concubine, he’s royal to his father Kim Byung Hee (played by Kim Eung Soo) and his family. He also tries hard to live happily with his lover, whom he has loved for twenty years, and his best friend.

However, his father only uses him, his lover Young Rae (played by Park Min Young) doesn’t love him, and his only friend Young Hwi (played by Jin Yi Han) betrays him as he becomes a leader of a secret society.

In the 16th episode, Kyung Tak tries to kill himself, being unable to overcome the sad situations he’s facing, but he fails because of Young Rae. After that, he becomes cold-hearted. In the 17th and 18th episode, he becomes a double spy between his father and Lee Ha Eung (played by Lee Bum Soo) to help his father.

Kyung Tak asks Young Rae when he fails to kill himself, “Tell me a reason why I have to live.” It seems like he has gotten an answer for that. He has chosen his father for now. He feels like he has lost everything, but it seems like he has chosen his father as a reason to live and becomes his secret weapon because his father is the only person who acknowledges him.

Viewers reacted: “I feel bad for Kyung Tak that he’s trying to find a reason to live in such a way.” “I hate all people who are just using Kyung Tak.” “What is the writer’s intention?”

Jae Joong says, “Actually Kyung Tak has lost all reasons to live. Because he has nowhere to go, he’s trying to find a reason to live from his father who used to call him a starved dog. I feel sorry for him.”

There are only four more episodes for Doctor Jin. Playing an important role between Kim Byung Hee and Lee Ha Eung, Kyung Tak’s yet-to-be-made final decision is attracting many viewers’ attention.

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Park Yoo Chun is embarking on a trip to meet with his fans in Asia.

On July 27, C-Jes Entertainment announced the fan meeting tour saying, “Next month beginning in Shanghai on August 25, Park Yoo Chun will travel through Asia including Taiwan and Thailand to hold fan meetings.”

The fan meetings comes after Park Yoo Chun’s rise in popularity from his dramas including most recently Rooftop Prince.

Park Yoo Chun expressed his feelings through his agency saying “I’m thankful so many people are sending their love in Asia and I think the upcoming tour will be a fun time to meet with fans. I’m glad I will be able to relive my fond memories as Lee Sun Joon, Song Yoo Hyun and Lee Gak and share my stories.”

The agency added that one or two more dates and locations for the fan meeting may be added in the near future.

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JYJ’s Kim Jae Joong will embody his resourceful character wonderfully in a TV series.

In the July 28 episode of MBC’s weekend series Dr. Jin, Kim (plays the role of Kim Kyung Tak) will have to choose one between family and friendship.

In the series, Kim worries whether he will betray his best friend Jin Yi Han (plays the role of Hong Young Hui) or not for his father Kim Eung Soo (plays the role of Kim Byung Hee). He feels lonelier than before while making difficult decision.

Kim made many female audience feel flutter by featuring the character as a cold blooded officer but simple-hearted man for a girl that he loves.

Kim, however, acted like a double spy for his family even though his life was at stake and made the series more thrilled and enjoyable.

The series will air two more additional episodes and will go off air on August 5.

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SBS TV’s Protect the Boss, which stars JYJ’s Jae Joong, is currently very popular in Japan.

Protect the Boss, which aired in Korea last summer, is currently airing on TBS, the biggest private TV channel in Japan. The series attracted a lot of attention when it was once introduced on KNTV and DATV, paid satellite channels in Japan.

A special DVD of the series, which will be released on November 28, also topped the DVD chart of the HMV Chart, the Amazon Chart, and the Rakuten Chart in Japan.

The reason for the DVD’s high popularity is Jae Joong’s Korean narration in the DVD. Jae Joong explains how important scenes were shot, tells behind-the-scenes stories about the shooting of the series, and introduces special scenes of himself singing and acting for about 180 to 240 minutes.

People responded: “Jae Joong’s really popular in Japan.” “I’m curious about Jae Joong’s special DVD. I want to have it!” “I wish the DVD gets released in Korea, too! I envy Japanese fans.” “I should reserve the DVD immediately. I wish it sells a lot.”

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Time slip Dr.Jin's OST comes in 4th place at Gaon Chart National Physical Albums Ranking 

< Gaon Chart National Physical Albums Ranking >

1. Super Junior – ‘Sexy, Free & Single 6th Album’
2. PSY – ‘PSY 6th album Part 1′
3. Jang Wooyoung – ’23, Male, Single’

4. Various Artists – ‘Dr. Jin OST’

5. Kim Kyu Jong – ’2nd Mini Album Meet Me Again’
6. INFINITE – ‘Infinitize’
7. EXO-K – ‘MAMA EXO-K The 1st Mini Album’
8. T-ara – ‘DAY BY DAY’
9. Busker Busker – ‘Busker Busker 1st Album’
10. Various Artists – ‘Phantom OST’

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[TRANS] Hello, this is Yuchun. I will be meeting everyone on September 16 at Royal Siam Paragon in Bangkok, Thailand, so I hope that a lot of people will come and we will definitely have a good time together.

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Thursday, July 26, 2012

Back from Japan

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Park Yoo Chun held a fansigning event in the sweltering heat for Blacksmith, the restaurant chain he models for.

On July 26, the official Twitter account of the restaurant Blacksmith uploaded photos from Park Yoo Chun’s fansigning for the restaurant, saying, ‘Hello, everyone. We’re here at the fansigning for Park Yoo Chun at Blacksmith Jamsil Shincheon. I don’t think we’ll forget Park Yoo Chun’s handsome face. We’re looking forward to your future activities!’

The photos show Park Yoo Chun smiling broadly in front of his fans.

According to a rep who had been at the scene, about 3,000 fans had gathered by 3 p.m. this day for the event, and some had even come earlier to see the star. The crowd included not only Korean fans, but Japanese, Chinese and some fans from as far away as Germany.

Park Yoo Chun said, “It was great to meet with fans after a long while. Thank you for coming out despite the heat. I received a lot of positive energy.”

Netizens who saw the photo left comments such as, ‘His hair grew a lot’, ‘It’s great to see him smile’, ‘The heat’s nothing to us if we can just see Yoo Chun’ and ‘When’s the next fansigning?’

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The song 'Damage' by Amuro Namie will be the theme song for the movie

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DBSK has nabbed another first place finish on the Oricon DVD charts.

DBSK’s latest DVD, DBSK Live Tour 2012~ Tone was released on July 25 where it landed in first on both the Oricon DVD music daily chart and the Oricon DVD combilation daily chart.

The DVD contains footage and scenes from DBSK’s successful recent Tone Tour which took place over the course of 26 shows in 11 cities within four months.

Oricon wrote on the DVD saying, “One can witness DBSK’s evolved music and dance through this DVD. Their live skills in particular are astounding. You can also see the warm reaction they have to their concert-attending fans.”

DBSK will take part in SM’s SMTown Live Concert on August 18

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After the release of a teaser earlier this year for the Japanese movie, ‘Fly with the Gold‘ (Japanese title: ‘Ougon wo Daite Tobe’), featuring TVXQ‘s Changmin, a few previews have been recently revealed showing some of the upcoming scenes.

The movie, which is set to premiere in November 2012, is based on the novel by best-selling mystery and suspense writer Kaoru Takamura, and is directed by Kazuyuki Izutsu, who is best known for his movie ‘Crash‘. The film tells the story of six men who go on a mission to steal gold.

The teaser shows a glimpse of the main characters as well as Changmin, who plays the role of a North Korean spy who disguises himself as a study abroad student.

Check out the previews below!

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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

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Part 1
Filming enjoyably in spite of the scorching heat~ Fighting!

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