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K-Pop Mixtape: Idols Sing For Dramas & Soundtracks

K-Pop Mixtape: Idols Sing For Dramas & Soundtracks

 

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Many of us know the title songs from our favorite K-Pop idol”s albums, but every so often an individual from that idol group will make a foray into the world of acting.

Some idols are more experienced in acting at this point while others are still considered rookies. Even so, these acting idols can expect some support from their fellow members, friends, and label mates. How do they express their support you may ask? Why, through song, of course!...

Kdrama “Plus Nine Boys” Episode 6 Recap

Kdrama “Plus Nine Boys” Episode 6 Recap

Watch “Plus Nine Boys” Episode 6 recap Preview, online new korean drama in korean Series, “Plus Nine Boys” Episode 6 Recap Preview Watch Episodes Reviews “Plus Nine Boys” Episode 6 recap Preview TV Series Movie Episodes NewsWatch Full Streaming HD  Episodes for Free korean drama

 

Kdrama “Plus Nine Boys” Episode 6 Recap

 

I think it’s fair to say that I called this oh so wrong. I thought Baek Ji only had eyes for Dong Goo but she dropped him like a bad habit. I’m all for this because there’s no reason a 9-year-old should be in a 3-year relationship. Min Joon is cute, more talented, nicer to her, willing to spend time with her and do fun things like play a duet on the piano. He’s a shiny new toy but will it last? What’s great here is that she’s behaving realistically. At like 8 years old, we generally prefer those who treat us well instead of fantasizing that those who don’t will change. What will our spoiled brat, Dong Joo, do next to turn things around for him? Or will Min Joon screw up?...

Kdrama My Secret Hotel Episode 6 Recap Screenshot

Kdrama My Secret Hotel Episode 6 Recap Screenshot

Kdrama My Secret Hotel: Episode 6 Recap Screenshot by Dramabeans

 

 


 

 

Three minutes — the time it takes ramyun to cook — is long enough to fall in love, Sung-gyum tells Sang-hyo. He asks her to date officially, and gives her thee minutes to reply. Right then, Sang-hyo’s phone vibrates and we see that it’s Hae-young, but she doesn’t answer.

 

With one minute to go, she starts to confess something to Sung-gyum but is cut off when a car speeds by, and Sung-gyum quickly pulls her in to avoid it. The car is Hae-young’s: He witnesses the accidental hug and curses himself for his drive-by....

The SB Mixtape: 8/29/2014, In Mixed Company

The SB Mixtape: 8/29/2014, In Mixed Company

The SB Mixtape: 8/29/2014, In Mixed Company Written by Lisa On August 29, 2014

It’s time for SB Mixtape! This week the theme is “in mixed company” — each song features both male and female voices on the same track. With the K-pop industry’s overwhelming preference for boy groups or girl groups, mixed groups and collaborations are often the only time that men and women blend their voices — luckily, duets and features are not in short supply! This mix spans from some of the most popular hits this year to songs you may not have heard in five years, so take a listen and see what you think: ...

The SB Mixtape 8/1/2014: The Feminine Voice

The SB Mixtape 8/1/2014: The Feminine Voice

The SB Mixtape 8/1/2014: The Feminine Voice Written by Idelle On August 1, 2014

In light of the impressive debut of HA:TFELT (also known, more sensibly, as the Wonder GirlsYe-eun), it seemed like a good time to get up a mixtape of our go-to female solo tracks, be they for empowerment, commiseration, or general good listening purposes. For your pleasure, we present some of our favourites with the feminine voice!

 

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BoA ‘Make Your Move’ – Her Dancing Is Fantastic!

BoA ‘Make Your Move’ – Her Dancing Is Fantastic!

BoA”s Hollywood debut film Make Your Move has been unveiled!

On April 11th the press preview was held for the movie Make Your Move took place at the CGV in Wangsimni, Seoul. This was BoA”s first ever Hollywood movie debut. It”s the story of a Donny (Derek Hough) and Aya (BoA), who come from very different backgrounds but find common ground in dancing. They learn to understand each other through this body language and fall in love.

Tap dancer Donny is at his brother-like friend Nick(Wesley Jonathan)”s club when he first lays eyes on the attractive dancer Aya and falls in love at first sight. However he soon finds out that his older brother and Aya”s brother are rival club operators, and is met with severe opposition....

Best of 2013 Recap: Your Favorite Albums and Mini-Albums

Best of 2013 Recap: Your Favorite Albums and Mini-Albums

Best of 2013 Recap: Your Favorite Albums and Mini-Albums

We are all familiar with the deluge of music K-pop fans experience: albums, mini-albums, repackages, digital singles, etc. With so much quantity, quality is certain to suffer, and the coveted combo of cohesivity and creativity throughout an entire album is a difficult achievement. However, 2013 was a stellar year for both full-lengths and minis, as is evident by the sheer number of albums you readers voted for in our polls; there were very close votes among multiple albums, not just the expected two or three. ...

Lie to Me Episode 16 Recap And Screenshot

Lie to Me Episode 16 Recap And Screenshot

If Lie to Me the drama was akin to a lie, promising something that didn’t exist (the normative good script and good execution requirements), then the process of watching LTM transformed the viewers into living the lie within the drama that turned out to house something unexpectedly real. Ki Joon and Ah Jung discovered that a lie allowed them to find each other, a true love blossoming from something untrue. We similarly all discovered a candid truth about LTM – however ephemeral or lacking the drama was, the undeniable truth was that Ki Joon and Ah Jung’s love felt real to us, and the chemistry between Kang Ji Hwan and Yoon Eun Hye was so genuine it might never be duplicated again. ...

Mary Stayed Out All Night Episode 15-16 Recap And Screenshot

Mary Stayed Out All Night Episode 15-16 Recap And Screenshot

The Mary Stayed Out All Night (Marry Me, Mary!) Roller Coaster has finally come to a complete stop, ladies and the occasional gentleman. This was one wild ride, and I feel mentally drained from the combination of the crazy on top of the mind-boggling.

Watching a live drama has its drawbacks, one of which is the inability to predict the trajectory of the drama journey. M3 encapsulates the worst feeling that can befall of fan of any live drama – when the writing, directing, or acting goes into the crapper, your guts get yanked out of you and you feel like shit. ...

Side B: Getting Your CrayOn with G-Dragon

Side B: Getting Your CrayOn with G-Dragon

Side B: Getting Your CrayOn with G-Dragon

If there’s one artist every K-pop fan has heard of, it is G-Dragon. Making his debut in the music world as the leader of Big Bang in 2006, he was fundamental in making the group a household name, with him at the helm of several of their first nationwide hits. “Lies” and “Haru Haru” have won numerous accolades — from Song of the Year (“Lies”) to being the song that gave Big Bang their first Artist of the Year award (“Haru Haru”) — and both were composed, written and produced by G-Dragon himself. ...

Kyung-Wha Chung: 60 legendary years as violinist

Kyung-Wha Chung: 60 legendary years as violinist

Kyung-Wha Chung talks about the 60 years of her music career (photo: Jeon Han).

Showing an unusual musical sense already at three, a six-year-old prodigy got her hands on an instrument called a “violin” for the first time, and her genius for the violin kicked in.

It was in 1957, a year stricken with the ashes and scars of the Korean War (1950-53), that the musical talents of the then-nine-year-old prodigy, Kyung-Wha Chung, came to light when she performed Felix Mendelssohn’s Violin Concertos to music resonated by the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra. ...