August 28th, 2014


Kim Hyun Joong Postpones Enlisting in Army Due to Overseas Schedules

Kim Hyun Joong’s agency revealed that he has postponed enlisting in the army.

Keyeast Entertainment, Kim Hyun Joong’s agency, told Newsen on August 28, “It’s true that Kim Hyun Joong has received his draft notice to enlist in the army on October 7 but the enlistment date has been postponed to next year.”

The agency explained that the reason Kim Hyun Joong has postponed enlisting in the army is due to his busy schedules, including the world tour.


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I hate being right, this is disgusting, he's gonna get away with this
wendy | baptize me

"Cart" Trailer

The sophomore feature from Boo Ji-Young is both a compelling ensemble drama and a timely social critique. Cart centres on the employees of a large discount retail store and their collective efforts to combat the company's exploitive practices.

Sun-hee (Yum Jung-ah) is a middle-aged mother of two who works as a cashier alongside Hae-mee (Moon Jeong-hee), a single mother. Both are also friendly with Soon-rae (Kim Young-ae), a female custodian nearing retirement age, and junior manager Dong-jun (Kim Gang-woo), who is the only male representative of the store's labour union. When the store's contract workers are abruptly laid off, the four band together and join their fellow employees in staging a series of increasingly impassioned protests. The typically shy and passive Sun-hee, thrust to the demonstrations' front lines, discovers within herself untapped resources of determination and resilience — which has an unexpected effect on her relationship with her estranged son, Tae-young (played by K-pop idol D.O. in his screen debut). The workers, too, attain a deeper understanding of their situation, coming to realize not just their precarious position under the rule of their corporate employer but also the power they can wield by taking a mutual stand.

The status of South Korea's millions of temporary workers has been at the forefront of the country's recent political discourse. The problem is also a heavily gendered one, with women far less likely than men to land the increasingly rare full-time roles. Boo weaves these issues into her story in an engaging, accessible way, capturing the galvanizing spirit of female empowerment. In that respect, it resembles 2010 Festival crowd-pleaser Made in Dagenham. Unlike that film, however, Cart is a contemporary tale, fuelled by an urgent sense of ongoing injustice.


Big Bang’s T.O.P Reveals that Honey Lee Almost Became a Member of 2NE1


Big Bang’s T.O.P and Honey Lee revealed their deep connection.

During August 27’s broadcast of SBS’s One Night of TV Entertainment, Honey Lee shared her thoughts on acting out a romance with T.O.P in the movie Tazza 2.

Honey Lee said, “It was good. Seung Hyun (T.O.P) remembers me as a high school student. He became sexy as he grew up. Now we face each other as an actor and an actress.”

About their connection, T.O.P shared, “Actually Honey nuna was a trainee at YG. She almost became a member of 2NE1. I wondered why she wanted to do music with the looks she had, but then she became Miss Korea.”

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source: mwave, netizenbuzz, naver, nate

2PM’s Nichkhun Avoids Talking About Girlfriend SNSD’s Tiffany


2PM’s Nichkhun showed his embarrassment upon getting questioned about his girlfriend Girls’ Generation (SNSD)’s Tiffany.

August 27’s broadcast of SBS’s One Night of TV Entertainment showed an interview with Nichkhun, who recently transformed into a bag designer.

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source: mwave, netizenbuzz, naver, nate
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TASTY twins release new version of ‘MAMAMA’ music video!

That’s right! We now have two amazing versions of the song!

Giving it their all, TASTY make their Chinese debut with the Chinese version of one of their hot songs, MAMAMA! They have previously already dropped the Chinese version of their new single Addiction, and their songs You Know Me and Day n Night. These songs are part of the duo’s Chinese album.

They held a very successful Chinese debut showcase on August 22nd in Beijing, proving just how popular they already are. The MVs feature all the slick, smooth moves, fun, and the songs have that addictive beat that was in their Korean versions.

Sources: 24/7 K-Pop, Tasty

iTunes for these Chinese versions please. They sound a lot better in Chinese!
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Prince of Rock Jung Dong Ha to gift us with a solo album in October!

Singer Jung Dong Ha, most well-known as the vocalist of the long-standing rock band Boohwal, will finally be releasing his very first solo album in October, nine years after his debut.

Jung Dong Ha’s agency Evermore Music released on August 28: “We recorded Jung Dong Ha’s first solo album over three days at the Ocean Way Studio and West Lake Studio in Los Angeles from August 24 to August 26.”

Various famous musicians have recorded at these studios, including Frank Sinatra, Madonna, Eric Clapton, Michael Jackson, and The Rolling Stones.

Legendary American drummer John JR Robinson, who has recorded for Michael Jackson, Madonna, Daft Punk, and Quicy Jones, recorded the drums for Jung Dong Ha’s album.

Bassist Alex Al, who has recorded for Lionel Ritchie, Christina Aguilera, and Stevie Wonder, collaborated on Jung Dong Ha’s upcoming album, while Brent Paschke, who is the current guitarist for Pharrell Williams, also participated on the album.

Jung Dong Ha’s first solo album will be released in October.