Comedian Yoo Jae-suk and his television announcer wife Na Kyung-eun are expecting their second child, Yoo's management agency said Monday.

"It is true that Na is pregnant with her second child," FNC Entertainment said. "Since she is in the early stage of pregnancy, she is exerting all efforts to manage her health."

Yoo and Na got married in July 2008 and gave birth to their first son in May 2010.

congrats, you two!

Source: Yonhap News

Source: Golden Child

source: SMTOWN

k-pop killers still at with subs!


On February 13, it was revealed that 2PM’s Jun.K was caught driving under the influence alcohol on February 10 around 7 a.m. KST.

Reports revealed that he was found having a blood alcohol content level of 0.074 percent which is enough to have one’s license suspended. He was driving alone at the time. A source from Gangnam Police Station said that Jun.K did not resist the police who were checking on potential drunk drivers and his manager came to pick up his car later.

JYP Entertainment released an official statement addressing the matter. Their statement is as below:

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i'm disappointed but not surprised considering this isn't 2PM's first time dealing with drinking and driving under the influence

Sources: Naver & Sports Chosun via Soompi (1, 2)

source: Big Marvel

so clearly this is the new way to gauge whether a group has made it or not

She so cute! This reminds me of that show that used to visit different military bases every week. They would visit the soldiers and they do games like pushup contests for prizes. And girl groups would perform. And they would bring out somebody's mom and everyone would be crying. Does anyone else remember that show? An older gentleman hosted. I don't think it hasn't been on in years.

source: KBS World TV

Famous Korean actors Sung Dong Il, Go Chang Suk, Lee Jun Hyuk, and Lee Sung Kyoung visit the remote villages to open a cinema. It may not have a large size screen, state-of-the-art sound system or comfy seats, but it allows the village people of all generations to get together. While they share steamed corn instead of popcorn, and rice punch instead of coke, the elderly reminisce their memories of their first visit to the cinema, and the young children experience cinema for the first time in their lives. It's the smallest cinema in the world!

I'm a little in love with this show, and already dreading the ending. It's just so sweet. Junhuk is so funny, and Changsuk is one of those teddy bear people. Like, I just want to give him a hug. He's so thoughtful. And Sungkyung is so sweet and her sitting in front of the meat is giving me flashbacks to Weightlifting Fairy lol.

source: KBS World TV
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