Actress Nam Ji Hyun talks about exchanging phone numbers with Kim Yoo Jung at the ‘2016 Asia Artist Awards’ after photos of them together goes viral.
She revealed, “I did not think that photos of us exchanging phone numbers would be taken. To be honest, Kim Yoo Jung’s mother and my mother are really close. I never worked with her or met her in private before. But, we consistently heard about each other. I got to meet her for the first time during the awards ceremony.”
“We exchanged greetings in the waiting room. It felt like everyone else was leaving so I told her, ‘I would like to know your phone number. However, I have no cellphone. I want to give you my phone number.’ She had her phone then, so we exchanged numbers. I also told her that we should get food together next time and become closer,” Nam Ji Hyun then shared.
She also added, “When I was on my way home, I saw the photos and got surprised. Since it felt like everyone else was leaving, I thought that the reports had all left as well. I was fascinated that a lot of people responded to something so small.”
Nam Ji Hyun recently starred in the drama, “Shopping King Louie” while Kim Yoo Jung starred in the drama, “Moonlight Drawn by Clouds.”
Stay tuned for more updates on both actresses!
Actor Go Kyung Pyo reveals the reason why he wants to go to SBS’ “Running Man.”
On the actor’s recent interview, the actor was asked if he wanted to appear on any variety show. Go Kyung Pyo shared, “It will be great to go on variety shows. However, I have no talent. I think that variety shows and ‘SNL Korea’ have a different personality. When I appeared on ‘SNL Korea,’ it was just like a performance. You would have to plan it out and practice. So, I thought of it more like a performance than a variety show.”
The actor then continued, “I am no fun on variety shows. I am awkward, and I lack overall experience, so I really do not have much to say. I also get nervous, and it is difficult. That is why I think that people who do variety shows are great.”
“So far, I have been on ‘Happy Together,’ ‘Strong Heart,’ ‘Infinity Challenge,’ and more. However, I have never been to ‘Running Man.’ In the show, you just complete a mission, run and participate. However, I have never been contacted. Jo Jung Suk hyung recently went there, so I was jealous,” Go Kyung Pyo added.
When asked about who he wants to go to ‘Running Man’ with, he named Joo Won, Shin Joo Hwan, and Min Jin Woong and said, “I think that it will be great to go on the show with them since I have personal relations with them. Also, I know Yoo Jae Suk hyung and go to the same fitness gym with Kim Jong Kook hyung, so I would really want to go on the show.”
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Now that the Halloween season has come, it is time to gather up your friends and watch some scary Korean horror films that will keep you on your toes, give you goose bumps and scare the daylights out of you!
For our list today, we bring you a collection of five notable Korean horror films that you should watch.
Take a look at our list of ‘Top 3 Korean Horror Movies That You Should Watch’ and feel free to tell us your thoughts on the list!
A journalist starts to investigate the whereabouts of the original owner of her phone number after receiving strange and threatening calls.
Why you should watch it:
The movie stars Ha Ji Won, which earned her the title, “Asia’s Horror Princess.”
“A Tale of Two Sisters”
After being admitted from a psychiatric hospital, the two sisters return home where they start to experience disturbing events involving their passive father and a new stepmother.
Why you should watch it:
“A Tale of Two Sisters” is named as the highest-grossing Korean horror film and the first to be screened in American theaters. It also inspired the American film, “The Uninvited.”
The ghost of a student comes back to seek revenge and protect her friends.
Why you should watch it:
The film started the explosion of the Korean horror genre. It is also the first installment of the ‘Whispering Corridors film series.’
Actor Park Bo Gum talked about Red Velvet’s Irene and “Music Bank” hosting stint on a recent interview.
During the interview, Park Bo Gum revealed his thoughts about becoming an MC for the KBS music show, “Music Bank” along with Red Velvet member Irene.
He shared, “I am a poor speaker, so I was really worried. However, thanks to ‘Music Bank,’ I improved my speaking skills and became more conscientious and bold.”
“Irene and I worked well together. However, we were not close enough to contact each other. To be honest, I do not even know her phone number,” he added.
Park Bo Gum then reveals his feelings about “Music Bank” by saying, “The music show was such an unforgettable experience. It became a time when I could communicate with the fans. The concept of a work commute was also refreshing to me. Moreover, I got to wear a school uniform through the show when I did not get the chance to wear one for ‘Reply 1988.’”
When asked if he has hopes of having a music-related project, the actor responded, “I have always wanted to do a project just like the movie, ‘Begin Again,’ where music is the theme. I would like to act in a scene where I love music and get to interact with it.”
Meanwhile, Park Bo Gum has recently wrapped up his drama, “Moonlight Drawn by Clouds” where he got to sing one of its original soundtracks, titled, “My Person.”
Stay tuned for more updates on Park Bo Gum!
B1A4 leader Jinyoung humorously reveals his similarities with “Moonlight Drawn by Clouds” co-star Park Bo Gum.
During the recent broadcast of “Yoo Hee Yeol’s Sketchbook,” Jinyoung filled in for his co-member Sandeul who recently got sick while promoting his solo debut.
On the show, Jinyoung performed “Nothing Better” and then commented, “I thought that my heart was going to hurt. I am still shaking,” after performing the song.
Jinyoung was then asked about his recent historical drama, “Moonlight Drawn by Clouds” and his similarities with co-star Park Bo Gum. He responded, “We have the same hairstyle, and we also have white, pearly teeth,” causing the audience to burst into laughter.
When asked as to why he pursued a career in both singing and acting, Jinyoung explained, “I like challenges. I do not want to settle for just one thing. I challenge myself whether I could succeed or not. That way, I would not have any regrets.”
Meanwhile, the KBS drama “Moonlight Drawn by Clouds” has recently aired its final episode on October 18 and broke through the 20% viewership rating. The cast and crew of the drama were also seen on vacation together in Cebu, Philippines.
Aside from “Moonlight Drawn by Clouds,” he is also known for his roles in the dramas, “Love Detective Sherlock K,” “She is Wow,” “Persevere, Goo Hae Ra,” and “Warm and Cozy.”
Stay tuned for more updates on Jinyoung!