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Senin, 13 Mei 2013

Lunafly Serenades Live in Singapore Showcase

Acoustic trio Lunafly had their first ever showcase in Singapore on May 12 at Hard Rock Cafe. The venue was packed with Lukies, with the first fan queueing since 7am!
Lunafly serenaded fans with their soulful voices at their ‘Fly To Love’ showcase that was held at Hard Rock Cafe on May 12. This being their first visit, their popularity was no lukewarm level. The venue was packed with Lukies, with the first fan queueing since 7am!
They were welcomed with great cheers that filled the entire venue. They sang several of their own originals such as Fly To Love, Super Hero and more. They even sang covers of other artistes such as Bruno Mars and Justin Bieber.
Sam Carter, the leader who is half-British, interacted with their fans in English and naturally became the ‘translator’ between the other 2 korean members and their fans. They even gave in to the determined requests of fans to do the popular Gwiyomi.
During the encore, they sang a medley of One Direction’s hits. The showcase ended with the trio requesting for a group photo with fans. Much to the delight of fans, the boys came up close for a photo. would like to thank organizer JNation Entertainment for the opportunity to cover Lunafly’s first showcase.

Ha Ji Won accepts the role of Empress Ki in Hwatu

According to a May 13 report by MBC, actress Ha Ji Won has accepted the role of Empress Ki, a real historical person, in Hwatu, which is going to air in the second half of this year. Hwatu will be the sequel to The Goddess Of Fire, Jung-Yi, which will take over the time slot of The Gu Family Book when it ends. Hwatu is a historical drama that describes loves and conflicts in the life of the real Empress Ki.

In the drama, Ha Ji Won play the attractive, wise empress of Goryeo, who has a powerful influence over the Yuan Dynasty of Genghis Khan. Empress Ki fulfilled political ideals and predestined love with pride in Goryeo as part of an unfamiliar foreign imperial family. The story of Empress Ki is not popularly known and will fascinate viewers with its tale of beautiful yet sorrowful predestined love.

It has been a year since Ha Ji Won appeared in The King, Two Hearts, which ended in May 2012. Viewers will be looking forward to seeing how Ha Ji Won will do. SHe has shown acting skill in a variety of genres playing very different characters in MBC’s Damo, SBS’s Secret Garden and Something Happened in Bali.

Hwatu is written by Jang Young Chul and Jung Kyung Soon, who has been credited for outstanding historical research and powerful writing skills for KBS 1TV’s Dae Jo Young and SBS’s Giant and Salaryman. Producer/director Han Hee, who directed MBC’s Dr. JIN and Over the Rainbow, will direct the series.

Kim Hyun Joong will hold a big showcase in June

 Singer and actor Kim Hyun Joong will hold a showcase for Korean fans in June. On May 13, Kim’s agency said, “The 2013 KHJ ShowParty People, which combines a fan meeting and concert, will be held at the Hwa Jung Gymnasium of Korea University on June 8. We are producing the concert because we have been sorry that Kim Hyun Joong has had little opportunity to meet fans in Korea because of his activities overseas. Kim is busy these days preparing a new album which will be released in Japan in June. He also appears as a regular on the SBS Sunday entertainment program Barefoot Friends.”

Tickets for Kim Hyun Joong’s showcase can be reserved from 8:00 p.m. on May 16 through Interpark.

Jo Jung Suk holds fan meeting in Taiwan

 Actor Jo Jung Suk, who is an honorary ambassador for the Taiwanese Travel and Tourism Administration, held a fan meeting at the Taipei International Convention Center on May 11. Fans were taken by the way he treated them to hugs, tried the local food, and even said “Hello” and “Good night” to them in halting Chinese.
Taiwanese actress Chun E Han, who is also an honorary ambassador along with Jo, attended the event, too. Jo and Chun appear together in “Futong Futon 24 Hours In Taiwan,” a promotional video for the Taiwanese Travel and Tourism Administration.

Uee tries to shine up to Kim Hyun Joong, saying, “You’re my ideal type”

In the episode of SBS’s Barefoot Friends broadcast on May 12, the cast visited Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Their mission was to act as gendong, or Indonesian porters, in order to earn their daily wage.
Kim Hyun Joong earned the largest amount of money and other members of the cast drew laughter by trying to curry favor with him.
Yoon Si Yoon was criticized by other cast members when he said, “Actually, at first I wasn’t interested in joining the cast of Barefoot Friends but changed my mind when I heard Kim Hyun Joong was going to be on the show.” Uee used flattery on Kim, saying, “My ideal type has been changed since the show began: Kim is my ideal man now.”