Wednesday, January 11, 2012

[Photo] Park Jung MIn SugarCake Garden Update


credits: Director Zhang's FB

[Vid] Heo Young Saeng in House Tour TV Show (Cut)


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[News] Kim Hyung Jun No More 19 or Older; KBS Sunshine Girl is Rated 15 and Up

The first episode of KBS’s series Sunshine Girl was rated 19 and up and caused a furor among viewers. From the second episode of the series will be rated 15 and up.

On January 11, KBS N, drama agency, said that the series will be rated 15 and up from now on. As a result the first episode will be also rated 15 and up for a repeat.

The first and the second episodes of the series aired on the same day, on January 7, but only the first episode was rated 19 and up and made people wonder why.

Since Kim Hyung Joon, who debuted as an actor through the series, has lots of teenage fans, they voiced their complaints: “I was eagerly waiting for the series to air but my parents didn’t allow me to watch it.” “I can’t watch the series after all?”

Kim’s foreign fans also left comments on their social network services, including Twitter and Facebook: “Why the series was rated 19 and up?” “I’m worried that the series may be rated 19 and up even when it will be exported.”

But the second episode of the series was rated 15 and up. A repeat for the first episode will be edited to be rated 15 and up.

The series is about writer Jun Ji Hyun (played by So Ee Hyun), producer No Young Woo (played by Park Kwang Hyun), and top star Kang Min (played by Kim), who will form a love triangle


Source: TV Report

[News] Kim Kyu Jong Secretly Dating Oh Se Jung?

On October 10, SS501’s Kim Kyu Jong appeared on SBS “Strong Heart” and revealed that he regularly keeps in touch with Oh Se Jung, the actress that he’s often pointed as his ideal woman. This came after Kim Kyu Jong said he was stunned by Oh Se Jung’s beauty when he first met her, raising speculation that the two might be secretly dating.

“I felt bad for openly telling people that Oh Se Jung was my ideal type. But one day, when I went to leave a message on her personal home page, I found a posting that read, ‘I’m sorry for not properly saying hi to you. Let’s grab a meal together soon,” Kim Kyu Jong said.

Oh Se Jung added, “We actually passed by each other one day but couldn’t say hi because we were both talking on the phone. That’s why I left that message on my home page. It felt like he would visit my home page.”

Although the posting did not specify any names, Kim Kyu Jong felt like it was written for him and immediately wrote an email to Oh Se Jung. But he didn’t get any response from her, so went on air and said, “Please check your email.” Finally, after three months, Oh Se Jung wrote him back and they’ve become close friends since then.

“Kim Kyu Jong always writes me emails as if it’s his personal diary. It’s goes something like, ‘I had chicken soup with my dad,’ Oh Se Jung said.

This resulted in the guests on the show to question if the two have been secretly dating. But Kim Kyu Jong only said, “We just trade emails occasionally.” During last week’s episode, Oh Se Jung said she’s heard many rumors of them dating, and was even asked by a nurse at a hospital if she’s the girl friend of an idol star.

At the end of the show, Kim Kyu Jong was given a chance to show his true feelings for Oh Se Jung. He prepared a hand-written letter, saying, “By exchanging emails with Se Jung nuna, I’m trying to read more books and experience more. I hope you find a good guy, and if you get to marry, please invite me to your wedding.”



[Photo] Kim Hyun Joong The Face Shop Playing Cards



[Scan] Kim Hyun Joong on Asian Plus Indonesian Tabloid


credits: Hyunited6686

[Vid] Kim Hyun Joong Kiss Kiss Japanese Version Teaser AEON CM

oommoooo!! I miss you Hyun Joong-ah... ^_^
whatever version it is.. I do still Love KISS KISS sssoooo much!!


source: universalmusicjapan

[News] Kim Hyun Joong’s “Please” is No Longer Judged Harmful to Youth

According to the January 10 issue of the official digital gazette of the Ministry of Public Administration and Security, the Ministry of Gender Equality & Family (MGEF) has revoked its decision to rate Kim Hyun Joong’s “Please,” from his album Break Down, as harmful to youth. The album was released last June.
This is a follow-up measure from the legal decision made by Seoul Administrative Court in December 2, 2011, in favor of Kim’s agency when the agency filed a revocation suit on the rating.

The court reached the verdict on the grounds that even if some expressions suggestive of drinking or smoking are included in the lyrics, their direct influence on the rise in teens’ drinking or smoking is indeterminable.

The verdict is also based on the fact that the main theme of “Please” is feelings of missing an ex-girlfriend, so some part of the lyrics relevant to drinking or smoking are considered to be necessary to effectively express the narrator’s sorrow over the breakup.
In July last year, the MGEF decided to rate the song as harmful to youth because of the lyrics that mentioned drinking and smoking.

~omitted some because of not related to Kim Hyun Joong~


Source: Starnews