CNBlue’s Lee Jong Hyun Wants to Work with Kim Woo Bin

Lee Jong Hyun, member of boy band CNBlue, revealed he wants to work with Kim Woo Bin again. On February 28, CNBlue appeared as guest stars on KBS Cool FM’s “Jo Jung Chi and Ha Rim’s 2 O’clock” and shared their thoughts and plans about making a comeback to the Korean stage after a year. On the show, DJ Jo Jung Chi asked, “Do you have an actor you want to work with?” to which Lee Jong Hyun answered,...

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[Outside Seoul] K-Drama Couples: A Field Guide

At the heart of every Korean drama is its lead couple. But just what kind of lead couple is it?  This brief guide to some of the most common manifestations will help you know for sure. The Romeo and Juliet (Coupleum impedimenticum) As seen in: That Winter the Wind Blows and I’m Sorry, I Love You Natural habitat: Verona Distinguishing features: Longing glances, infrequent kisses, discussion o...

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Kim Woo Bin is Confirmed for “Heirs”

It is being reported that rising-star Kim Woo Bin is in the final stages of contract negotiation for his casting into the upcoming drama “Heirs.” He will be starring alongside Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye, and possibly Choi Jin Hyuk and f(x)’s Krystal. The latter two are reportedly considering the drama favorably. Although the synopsis for the drama is not out yet, Kim Woo Bin is expected to play ...

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Jung Yong Hwa Withdraws from “Heirs”

CNBlue leader, vocalist and guitarist Jung Yong Hwa is no longer taking on a role in the new SBS drama “Heirs.” According to reports in local news agencies, his management, FNC Entertainment has respectfully pulled him out of the drama, which has already announced Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye in starring roles. The statement from FNC Entertainment said, “Jung Yong Hwa examined hi...

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Jung Yong Hwa Takes on “Heirs” with Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye

CNBlue leader, vocalist and guitarist Jung Yong Hwa puts on his acting hat once again. According to reports in local news agencies, the band member is set to take on a role in the new drama “Heirs,” which has previously announced other cast members Lee Min Ho and Park Shin Hye. Local news agencies quoted an announcement from Jung Yong Hwa’s management agency, FNC Entertainment th...

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Park Shin Hye Joins Lee Min Ho in “Heirs”

Casting news for Park Shin Hye fans. According to reports in local news agencies, Park Shin Hye is cast as the female lead in the new SBS drama “Heirs,” which has already gained strong early buzz for having Lee Min Ho in the lead and having a blockbuster writer-director tandem behind it.  A statement from the actress’ management agency, SALT Entertainment said, “Park Shin H...

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