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Singing Buzz’s song and learning the dance to ‘OeO’. He is Genie Junjjang 🎶
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Actor Park Yuhwan was brimming with tears at the thought of his older brother JYJ Park Yuchun.
Park Yuhwan is Park Yuchun’s biological younger brother and had joined SBS ‘Law of the Jungle’ in Panama where he will join the ranks of rising stars. Park Yuchun is in the middle of his military service currently.
Park Yuhwan said in the ‘Law of the Jungle’ recording, “My older brother is a fan of ‘Law of the Jungle’. He is in the middle of his military service so I came first, instead. I am very envious of seeing how close Hwan-hee hyung and Jang-woo hyung are when I showed up at the filming location”.
Still, he hoped, “I want to appear once more together with my older brother again,” and caught attention for blushing over being moved to tears .
Meanwhile ‘Law of the Jungle’ in Panama will air its first episode at 10 PM on Friday night, January 8.
Kim Junsu, Shin Young-sook, musical ‘Death Note’ earned the honor of No.1 in 2015 Musical Korea Online Awards.
The country’s largest musical curation community ‘Musical Korea’ announced the winners of its award ceremony on December 7, for its 1st ‘Musical Korea Online Awards’. The selection for the award ceremony was held through their Facebook from December 21st to 27th.
Conducted in the form of a popularity vote with audiences and the public, the Awards awarded up to 3rd place in each its category with an Online Awards in respect to the ‘actor/performance that represent 2015, chosen by the audience’ and the awards are to be awarded personally in an award ceremony that’ll happened around the middle of 2016.
SBS’s ‘One Night of TV Entertainment’ met up with ‘Dispatch’ reporter, who covered the story of Hani and Junsu’s relationship at the start of the new year!
She said on January 6, “I heard that they came to have an attachment to each other through friends and then I started my official cover [of the story].” Regarding their date at the Han River, she said, “Because their faces are very well known, it is hard for them to date at an open location. Most of the time, Junsu would say from the car he’d go get coffee or Hani would go to the convenience store. They never got off together, and they would go around separately, so they avoided some of the attention that way. On the case of Christmas Eve, Hani and Junsu got picked up by their managers. They were caught meeting each other after a time lapse.”
When asked, “Was there a reason you released the article on January 1, 2016?” she replied, “One year ended and, also because of Christmas, there is no choice but for couples to meet. You could say that there is a higher probability of them meeting on special days.”
2015 was a prolific year for Korean drama, not just in sheer number of dramas produced, but also in the diversity of themes and genres. Creative and offbeat concepts ranging from multiple personalities, to supernatural powers, to vampires, drew a lot of interest long before the dramas even aired. As we welcome 2016, it’s time to have a look back at some of the not-to-be-missed dramas of 2015 in their respective genre.
But before we get started, let us explain the criteria of our selection. First, a top drama for us is usually comprised of an intricate story, memorable characters with depth, a talented cast, and air-tight execution. Unusual premises, savvy dialogues, and beautiful cinematography add brownie points; lapses of logic, overused tropes, and extended downtimes majorly detract from the experience. Secondly, dramas that began in 2014 and finished in 2015 are considered while dramas that aired in 2015 but won’t wrap up until 2016 are not. With these expectations set, let’s jump in.
The Girl Who Sees Smells — Best in Supernatural
The Girl Who Sees Smells may have struck gold by weaving the outlandish premise of a girl who can visualize smells into a serial crime drama. It unexpectedly and masterfully interlaces murder mystery with bizarre comedy as our heroes track down their joint enemy, the barcode killer. However, the most memorable character in The Girl Who Sees Smells is the exceptionally haunting villain who brings chills down your back with his every appearance.