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Rabu, 27 Maret 2013

Yoo Ah In: “Sukjong is similar to me”

On the morning of March 27, actor Yoo Ah In expressed some of his thoughts about his role as Sukjong in the drama series Jang Okjeong, Live for Love (written by Choi Jung Mi, directed by Boo Sung Chul): “I didn’t want to miss the chance to play this character. There are analogies between the character and me, so I have an affinity with the role even though everyone tried to dissuade me from taking it. I am a little fatigued physically because I have to start filming the series right after finishing the movie Kkangcheoree.”

The director, Boo Sung Chul, says: “Yoo is a good actor who has the perfect look for the part and delivers his lines with exactly the right tone. He is the right person to play this character, and he will show the boy’s innocence with a charisma that will appeal to the viewers.”

The character Jang OkJeong (Jang Hee Bin) will be interpreted in a new way as a fashion designer of Joseon and will be shown making cosmetics in the Boyeomseo (the cosmetics manufacturing organization of Joseon).

The main members of the cast are Kim Tae hee, Yoo Ah In, Hong Su Hyun, Lee Sang Yeob, Jae hee, and Sung Dong il. The series is scheduled to begin airing on April 8.

Girl’s Generation release a Japanese documentary: “We want to be called artists”

On March 24, the Japanese broadcaster MBS aired an interview with Girl’s Generation (Yoona, Sooyoung, Hyoyeon, Yuri, Taeyeon, Jessica, Tiffany, Sunny, and Seohyun) on its documentary program, Jounetsu Tairiku (情熱大陸). The girls talked about their work as an “idol” group: “It’s an honor for us to be called ‘idols’, but people tend to use that designation on any young singers or singing groups these days.” Sooyoung added her candid opinion, saying, “It’s difficult to distinguish between ‘idols’ and ‘artists,’ but we’d  rather be called artists.”

The program drew attention for showing Girl’s Generation’s offstage life such, their expectations for their Japan tour, and their highly focused rehearsals of their choreography.

Today (March 27), TVXQ release their new Japanese album TIME in Korea

According to an announcement made by their agency, SM Entertainment, on March 27, the new Japanese album Time, by TVXQ (Yunho and Changmin), which was released in Japan on March 6, has now been released in Korea in three versions: two sets of a CD plus DVD and a CD-only version. The album sold 244,000 copies in its first week and topped the Oricon weekly chart, recording the highest sales since the group debuted in Japan. This album consists of 12 songs of various genres, including the songs from TV series “Catch Me—If You Wanna” and “Catherine III (キャサリン三世)” as well as the ending theme song, “I know,” of the drama  series Saki (サキ) on Kansai TV (関西 TV) and Fuji TV (フジテレビ TV).

TVXQ will be the first Korean singers to play the Saitama Super Arena, on April 27, and will go on to do a five-dome tour of Japan, performing at the Tokyo Dome, Kyocera Dome Osaka, Fukuoka Yahoo Japan Dome, Sapporo Dome and Nagoya Dome.

Rainbow’s Kim Jae Kyung reveals her skill in baking

On the afternoon of March 26, Kim Jae Kyung tweeted pictures with the comment “I love macaroons, and the packaging is perfect!” In the pictures, she is smiling at the camera as she holds up a package of macaroons she baked. The pictures show some of the process of baking with the caption “Make chocolate ganache and put it in the macaroons.”

The macaroons look sweet, but Kim Jae Kyung’s clear skin and beautiful features catch more attention. Those who saw the pictures say: “Kim Jae Kyung must be a good cook.” “She is so beautiful. “ “Give me some macaroons, too.”