Pfft, long hair? That was so last year. Say goodbye to the ol’ hairdo and hello to the new!
Awww, looks like Jang Geun Seok finally put a little bit more meat back on his bones and cut off his dreadful locks he had going on for a few months last year. It was such a shame that I hated Mary Stayed Out All Night/Marry Me, Mary, though I wanted to like it and had been excited about it until I watched the first episode. Too bad that awful show plunged off a cliff and died somewhere from the very beginning. And it had so much potential too, but the writers were on crack. Continue reading
I’ve recently discovered another talented child actress through the latest controversial hit movie, The Crucible, which many of you have probably heard because it stars a certain Coffee Prince hottie. She plays Yeon Doo, one of the deaf students that becomes entangled in a court case against the school’s principal and teachers, after it’s been discovered that she and a few other students have been violently mistreated.
I watched it in theaters with a few of my friends last weekend and unexpectedly, came out of the experience a changed dodo. More of my thoughts to come later. Sometime.
Man, there’s been quite a few photoshoots and interviews lately from 10Asia. Not that I’m complaining, of course, but that when it comes to pretty photos, I can’t help but share them on this blog. The “My name is…” interview has yet to be translated into English, but here’s the Korean version of it.
You may not be familiar with the Korean girl group T-ara, but Eun Jung is no stranger to the acting world, having starred in KBS’s King Geunchogo and Dream High this year alone, but it was probably her role in last year’s Coffee House on SBS that made her a more well-known singer-turned-actress.
Uh, how the heck did I miss this interview (part 1, 2) that was released earlier this past week? Actress Lee Yo Won (Queen Seon Deok, Fashion 70s) recently wrapped up 49 Days along with fellow acting colleagues Jo Hyun Jae, Jung Il Woo, Bae Soo Bin, and Nam Gyu Ri, and now that she’s on a break, she took the time to answer some questions by 10Asia. No inquiries about her personal life could be asked, though, because she is extremely private about her family life.
Someone loves me up there. Kim Jae Wook (Marry Me, Mary, Bad Guy) recently took the time to sit down to talk with 10Asia and shoot some photos. Kim is currently busy acting in Korea’s musical adaptation of “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” which was also a musical on Broadway back in 1999, and a movie back in 2001. His current role is that of Hedwig, a transgender rock singer who falls in love with another rocker named Tommy. Interestingly enough, he also plays Tommy in this drama, so those who go to see the play are basically getting a two-for-one-kind of deal. And wow, Kim Jae Wook plays a woman AND a man? Puuuurrrfect!