With the end of SBS’s “City Hunter”, their next drama “Protect the Boss” will begin airing on August 3rd. The drama is about an unemployed woman, No Eun Sol (Choi Kang Hee), who by chance gets hired by Cha Mu Won (Jaejoong) working as a secretary under Cha Ji Heon (Ji Sung), and she also serves as something like a body guard due to her past experiences as a punk in school. Guess who she begins to fall in love with? More »
Ayumi Hamasaki isn’t called the “Queen Of JPOP” for no reason. Her rise to fame has earned her the luxury of never having to worry a lot about her sales record. Well, she’s recently revealed that her new goal is to become the top selling artist ever on the Oricon singles sales chart. She’s recently enlisted TVXQ’s Jae Joong to help her achieve that goal, and the combination has been dynamite so far! More »
Hard to believe that we’re at the final day. We knew it would come eventually, but it felt like just last week that we started this. Much blood, sweat and tears were blooded, sweated and teared. You all should be proud for making it this far. Your Ningin mother, Jinra, is proud of all of you! But the DBSK Decathlon is not over yet. We are in the final 24 hours, the last miles of a marathon, the last chicken nugget of a McDonald’s 10-piece meal away from the finish line. All you need to do is play this game, Badabul – a game that will test your finger’s dexterity, your mental acuity, and probably even your personal hygiene. Your score in this game is doubly important because today’s scores will be used as tiebreakers. So if you are tied with someone, a higher score in Badabul will be the tie-breaker. Always keep the faith DBSK Decathaletes! More »
In last week’s DBSK-themed pin challenge, we challenged you to play Target Shooter. To complete the challenge you were required to score 500+ points to earn yourself a Changmin pin. This challenge wasn’t like any other challenge as it featured a one-of-a-kind, super rare limited edition Jae Joong pin. More »
When it comes to counting DBSK singles and albums, more than your fingers and toes are needed. Same goes for photoshoots (and DBSK Decathlon prizes!). What’s to do when you’re a DBSK and a MLG flash games fan? Why, play this week’s Target Shooter pin challenge, of course! If you can’t target your favorite DBSK photoshoot, at least you can play Target Shooter for a super rare DBSK pin. More »
DBSK/TVXQ member Jae Joong will star in a Korean-Japan joint drama called “Heaven’s Postal Delivery Man” with female counter part by Han Hyo Joo (Iljimae).
Jae Joong’s will play a mysterious postman (from Heaven) that delivers the messages from dead relatives/friends’ to the living. Han Hyo Joo will be a pure, innocent girl who has recently lost her lover, but hasn’t forgotten him. The two end up working together at the same job and slowly fall in love. How cliché.
There is a kissing scene where one of them (it’s not said who) says to the other “I want to kiss you” which is then followed by a romantic kissing scene. Sounds cheesy but I’m excited to see it since Jae Joong has rehearsed the drama seven times and his acting has been said to have improved significantly.
The series will be a “telecinema” (tv series and movie) made up of 7 different stories with “Heaven’s Postal Delivery Man” as the first. It will officially air in May 2009 on SBS.
TVXQ has officially released their fourth album, Mirotic, only a few days ago but even before then it has hit number 1 on the charts. I’m glad they’re back in Korea again so they can put these fake talentless boy bands to shame.
The new album is title Mirotic which is the combination of a coined Korean word “miro” and the English word “tic”. The word “miro” means “lost or maze” which has lead people to believe the definition is the feeling of being wrapped in love with no way out.
Listening to the entire album, I was more of a fan of the slow songs (especially Jae Joong’s solo) over the upbeat ones although “Wrong Number” and “Crazy Love” were one of my favorites. I really enjoyed the entire album with its techno pop feel; definitely a hit for a comeback album. More »
The long awaited Korean version of drama hit series Hana Yori Dango will air on KBS 2TV in the last week of December. Finally! Honestly, I can’t believe I had to wait so damn long for Korea to catch up. Aren’t they the melodrama gods?
So far there’s been a lot of hype for the show as it is one of the most popular series in all of Asian due to predecessors Meteor Garden (Taiwan) and Hana Yori Dango (Japan; creator of the series). With so much pressure, they’ve gathered some big names to help record the mini series like renowned director Jeon Gi-Sang (Sassy Girl Chuhyang, My Girl) and writer Yoon Ji-Ryeon (Sharp #3). However, they’ve got Group 8 to produce the film even though they failed with Goong S. More »