Friday, January 10, 2014

[Photo] Outpouring Support from Different Fan Clubs of Kim Hyun Joong for his Drama Inspiring Generation Press Conference

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[Interview] Park Jung Min Prepares To Meet Fans in Europe ; Calls Fans “A Precious Family”

In less than one month, Park Jung Min will hold his first European tour. The tour, organized by B7Klan, will stop in Dortmund, Paris and Moscow. The pianist Choi Soo Min will also be part of this tour as the opening act of each show.

Ahead of these concerts, Park Jung Min answered KAvenyou’s question about his tour, his projects and his career. Read his answers below!

KAvenyou: You are holding four concerts in Europe -in London, Dortmund, Paris and then Moscow. Could you tell us more about this tour and about what you prepared for the European fans?
  • Park Jung Min: This is my first time to have concerts in Europe; I’m looking forward to it, but also feel very nervous. What are the fans expecting most from me? I have many thoughts (I think he means, I can’t stop thinking about it.) And I think I will sing more, and prepare some sort of surprise; you must come to the show to find out for yourself, I won’t tell any more, it’s still a secret.
K: From your music, we can sense that you have a romantic side. Paris is said to be the most romantic city in the world. How do you feel about performing in Europe, and particularly in Paris?
  • PJM: I feel excited about performing in Europe. And I was traveling alone during summer 2013 there in Paris, and I told myself that I have to come back to this lovely city one day. Now my dream is coming true, I’m really pleased to come to Paris again. I wish I could have spare time to discover Paris more, and could go to visit other cities in France as well.
K: It’s your very first European tour. What are you expecting the most and looking forward to regarding this event?
  • PJM: Fans! I really look forward to seeing my fans in Europe. Finally, we can have the opportunity to be face to face. Their support is always appreciated, and I think I won’t forget how enthusiastic they are.
K: Late 2012, you chose « Romeo » as your stage name to target the Japanese market. Back then, your label explained that this symbolizes your dark and fantastic side. Could you tell us how this character evolved, and why did you specifically choose this concept for your Japanese fans?
  • PJM: Although, ROMEO is starting from Japan, but this is not restrict to Japan only. Actually, I want people to know how I grew up those years, from IDOL Park Jung Min to ARTIST Park Jung Min. Of course; I know its might look like a role play, but the character I chose is part of the “real me”. Now is the time for fans to know that I can have many different appearances.
K: Rock, dance, ballads… You’ve proven that you can easily go from a music style to another one. Which one represents you the best, and which one would you like people to think about first when they talk about you?
  • PJM: Personally, I have no particular preference. The melody, lyrics, or what kind of message I want to convey and share~ this is the most important thing. This is what I care about when I choose a music style. I wish people could become happy when they hear my songs.
K: You also have an acting career, including in Taiwan or in Japan. Do you have any acting plans for 2014?
  • PJM: Yes, I just finished a musical and a movie shooting. I do have plans to do more acting activities in Korea and Japan in 2014.
K: In the drama Fondant Garden, you acted as someone who travels abroad and ends up having to make a living there. When touring, you are also visiting a lot of countries. Do you think you could live abroad on your own?
  • PJM: I think I could live abroad by myself for sure. I’ve had experiences in Japan and Taiwan for more than 6 months. I was there for movie and drama shootings. I think if I have a purpose, no matter in which country, I could do it.

K: After almost 10 years as a celebrity, what kind of relationship do you have with your fans, and how did this relationship change throughout the years?
  • PJM: Fans are always my energy. I have a lot of fans who followed me from their teenage days until now. We grow up together; it makes me feel amazed. And my fans are always taking care of me, they really are like family to me, a huge precious family.
K: You use social network services a lot to communicate, and we noticed one thing: your optimistic attitude. You always seem to smile and you sound naturally optimistic despite the pressure of your job. How did you learn to focus on the bright side of things?
  • PJM: I do feel pressure, and I do feel strength sometimes. When I feel pressure, I will try to find out the reason and solve it. So I always forget it quickly, after a sleep, they are left behind already.
K: You are one of the Korean artists who initiated the Hallyu wave. Are you aware of being a pioneer, and do you know that you are one of the artists who created the history of K-Pop?
  • PJM: Thank you for your commendation. There are a lot of great artists from Korea, the Hallyu wave is made by everyone. But thank you for keeping your support and love towards me and SS501.
K: The Korean music market keeps growing. More and more young artists dream of having a career similar to yours. In a more general way and regardless of the country, what advice would you give to those who decide to start a career as a musician?
  • PJM: “Do your best and try hard” is the most important thing. And don’t think about singing as performance work, but singing is like sharing a message. Connecting people from heart to heart. Show as much passion on stage as much as you can, then you will certainly receive good luck.
K: Do you have any thoughts about managing other artists, like some of your seniors do?
  • PJM: Sure, I am interested in this field. I want to run a management agency someday, when I become a senior.
K: Quite often, when Korean artists perform in Europe, they have plans for a new album in a near future. Does your Europe tour indirectly announce an upcoming album?
  • PJM: I have released a drama OST recently. And have plan for both Park Jung Min and ROMEO this coming April in Japan. Then I’ll go back to Korea to prepare a new album for Park Jung Min? Maybe ROMEO?

Don’t forget to visit B7Klan’s website for more information about this tour.
Interview and article by KAvenyou



[Article] Kim Hyun Joong Feels Burdened Competing Against Kim Soo Hyun

The battle of handsome actors and their dramas is about to begin! In a recent press conference, Kim Hyun Joongcommented about his feelings on his KBS2TV drama, “Age of Feeling” competing against Kim Soo Hyun’s drama.

On January 9, KBS2TV’s “Age of Feeling” held a press conference, introducing the characters and plot. During the conference, Kim Hyun Joong was asked, “You are in the same agency as Kim Soo Hyun. Have you two discussed about your dramas?”

In response, the singer turned actor said, “Although I am in the same agency as Kim Soo Hyun, he is the popular icon. Also, Jun Ji Hyun is the original popular figure. Since my drama is competing against their drama, it is true that I feel burdened. I said to him to not be nervous, but I think both of us will be nervous while filming. However, our nervousness won’t change the dynamics. The viewers are the judge. I hope that both dramas will have a successful conclusion.”

Kim Hyun Joong will play a talented fighter in Shanghai who fights in order to earn money for his sister’s surgery fees. The drama, “Age of Feeling” takes place in 1930’s Shanghai, indicating that drama viewers can expect to see different cultural aspects.

KBS2TV’s “Age of Feeling” will compete with SBS’ “Man from the Stars” and MBC’s “Miss Korea.” The first episode of “Age of Feeling” will broadcast on January 15 at 10PM (KST).



[Article] 'Generation of Feeling' Kim Hyun Joong Coming Back as a Tough & Charismatic Fighter

New steals of Kim Hyun Joong from shooting scenes of ‘Generation of Feeling’ are becoming a hot issue among many Netizens.

New KBS 2TV drama, ‘Generation of Feeling’, will premiere on January 15th as the sequel of ‘Pretty Man’, and Kim Hyun Joong will be coming back as a tough and charismatic fighter.

In the steals, Kim Hyun Joong is glaring his opponent like a beast, holding a knife in one of his hands.

Kim Hyun Joong is casting in the drama as a God-given fighter, and he will be making another appeal as an action star.

Many people are showing particularly great anticipation for Kim Hyun Joong’s comeback, because he only played fair and wealthy characters in the past.

In addition, his different facial expressions are swaying a great number of viewers’ hearts.

The production agency said, “You will able to check out Kim Hyun Joong’s fabulous action scenes from January 15th. We can assert with a great confidence that Kim Hyun Joong will rise as one of the hottest action stars through this drama.”

Meanwhile, ‘Generation of Feeling’ will premiere on January 15th.


[Vid + Photo] Kim Hyung Jun Departure at Incheon Airport heading to Arequipa, Peru [14.01.10]

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[Photo] Kim Hyung Jun SBS Power FM Music High Update



[HD Photo] Kim Hyun Joong Drama Inspiring Generation Press Conference by Mijya0606


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