Sunday, January 5, 2014

[Article] Kim Hyun Joong’s gentlemanly ways mesmerizes children in Shanghai

The production team for upcoming KBS 2TV drama ‘Inspiring Generation’ has recently released photos of Choi Il Hwa, Jeong Ho Bin, and Kim Hyun Joong posing with children in Shanghai.

Choi Il Hwa, Jeong Ho Bin, and Kim Hyun Joong recently filmed scenes at Shanghai Film Park, and they shared biscuits and took photos with Chinese children in between breaks during filming.

The trio filmed their first meeting in the drama on December 23rd. As they waited for filming staff to prepare the props, two Chinese girls came up to them to say hello. The translator then revealed that the girls wanted to take photos with them. The trio obliged without a word, and Jeong Ho Bin even gave them biscuits for their bravery. The girls then said they wanted to eat the biscuits together with them, and Kim Hyun Joong looked really happy just looking at them. The five then had the biscuits together, and shared an unlikely friendship.

Kim Hyun Joong and the two veterans have often showed their liking for children on the set, and thus they had a benevolent smile on their faces when the two girls approached them. They posed candidly for the camera with the two girls, and many fans who were at the set took the chance to take photos as well. The incessant flash lights from the cameras, however left the two girls feeling uncomfortable at the sudden attention.

One staff who saw the jovial looking scene said, “If this goes on, will an offer to film a biscuit commercial in China come along?” to which Choi Il Hwa said, “Biscuit commercial? I think only the two (Kim Hyun Joong, Jeong Ho Bin) lanky people can do it,” which created much laughter.

After getting their wish fulfilled, the two girls then said, “See you again,” before leaving. Despite their busy schedules, the trio still showed their gentlemanly ways in fulfilling their fans’ wishes.

‘Inspiring Generation’ is a mega budget action drama that depicts the friendships, love and patriotism of young people from China, Japan, and Korea in 1930s Shanghai, China. It is a brand new style of drama that meshes romance with triads. The drama will succeed ‘Bel Ami’ and begin broadcast from January 15th through KBS 2TV.


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[Article] Kim Hyun Joong is a Sexy Guy for 'The Star' Magazine

Kim Hyun Joong shows off her manly charm for The Star Magazine.

Fans were surprised to see the BTS video and commented,"Hyun Joong is getting sexier","That body","When's your comeback" and etc.

Check out the BTS video below



[News] Kim Hyun Joong gets into character in the poster making film for 'Generation of Youth'

Kim Hyun Joong attracted fans' curiosity with his charisma in the previously revealed posters, and now you can look at his transformation in detail with the making film for 'Generation of Youth'!

The actor channeled the noir concept with his battle scars and rugged looks for the posters. His various expressions add depth to his acting so that fans can get a feel for the tension that lies ahead in the drama.

'Generation of Youth' is a romantic crime drama set in the 1930s centering around young fighters and their story of love and friendship. It will premiere following 'Pretty Man' on January 15!

watch teasers here --- Inspiring Generation Teasers


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[Vids] Kim Hyun Joong Drama Inspiring Generation Teasers


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[Article] ‘Inspiring Generation’ Releases Teaser: A Captivating Enigma

Upcoming KBS Wed-Thurs epic drama ‘Inspiring Generation’ started to tease fans by releasing a total of 4 trailers in a span of 3 days.

The first 3 was released during the KBS Drama Awards last Tuesday night (Dec. 31)
3 different versions but same feel and style. Very captivating.

Visuals is as great as the acting especially the supporting actors. The picture is
very movie-like. Whoever watches this without any idea about this drama would think this is a new Korean movie.

In the trailers, we will see Shin Jung Tae (Kim Hyun Joong) with his wounded
face but very impressive body. For me, he really portrayed a good role of an independent fighter with his dagger look and picturesque and ragged body. Actually, I think it best suits him this kind of genre being beaten up with angry look than his flowerboy-like smile. He really can put up that killer look of a guy. We can also see him gasping for breath in the middle of the fight showing us that his character has a strong will to live.
The acting I may say has improved a lot but it’s too early to tell though. Kim Hyun Joong’s eye expression somewhat can already tell a story unlike from his previous works. Like I said, it works good on him when he’s playing a bad boy look. The only thing KHJ has too look after is his gaze. Sometimes his gaze becomes blank so its hard to tell if he’s sad or shocked or happy.
Kim Ok Ryeon played by Jin Se Yeon so far is giving me a hard time to absorb her character. From the trailers, the only emotion we can see is when Jung Tae was trapped by samurai villains in a club led by Gaya. Ok Ryeon looked so worried but we’re not sure why. A cliff hanger for the fans.

Is she worried because Gaya might kill Jung Tae or is she worried because her rival in love re-appears?

Dekuchi Gaya played by Lim Soo Hyang showed us the beauty of a Yakuza girl.

Her elegance and beauty can light up a whole building but you can also feel terror inside her. Her character also showed that woman can do what man can do. Girl power it is. It’s not usual for an action drama to have a woman villain so she has to put extra effort on this one but judging from the trailers, she’s doing a very good job. No question asked that the supporting actors did a very well job. Kim Kab Soo always is brilliant as ever. Even Jo dong Hyuk and Jung Ho Bin are superb. I have no worries to the supporting casts, I think they will be the backbone of this drama.


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[Vid] Kim Hyun Joong Drama Inspiring Generation on KBS Entertainment Weekly


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[Photo] Kim Hyung Jun FC Avengers FB Official Page Update


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