News Bits: 10/29/2015 Edition

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Some news for the week… Big Bang’s MADE concert is coming to a home near you! DramaFever will release a two-hour edited version of the concert in New Jersey’s Prudential Center on November 6 for premium users, and November 11 for all users. (Yep – it’s the same concert I went to!) This will be DramaFever’s first original in-house production. Get ready to re-live the concert! Or, watch it for the first time ever! [link]

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News Bits: 3/16/11 Edition

Sigh* Sign – best drama crack for me this past two months. It unexpectedly won over me, and finally I saw the last two episodes. But never fear! Jung Gyu Woon will now star in the drama Maids alongside Sung Yuri (“for sure, for sure” now) and honestly, I can’t say that I’m happy. I mean, I’m happy (Jung Gyu Woon on TV!) but I’m not (with Sung Yuri…). The drama will air after Thorn Birds starting May 11.

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Photo Shoot Galore

Photo spam! Featuring Lee Jung Jae (Triple), Jang Geun Suk (You’re Beautiful), and Park Jin Hee (Woman Who Still Wants to Marry).

All of them are showing a different side of themselves. Lee Jung Jae shows off his adorkable side (which by the way reminds me… he’s a bachelor still?!); Jang Geun Suk shows off his non-existent abs and his ability to look like a girl, and Park Jin Hee rawrs.

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News Bits: 5/14/10 Edition

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BoA appeared at a Samsung event for 3D content. Some of the members of DBSK (Max Changmin and U-Know Yunho) were in attendance, and James Cameron showed up to announce his collaboration with SM Entertainment to produce some 3D music videos for the stars. Samsung is also producing some 3D televisions.

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The Housemaid Interviews

Yesterday, “The Housemaid” held a press conference with director Im Sang Soo and the three stars Lee Jung Jae, Jeon Do Yeon, and Yoon Yeo Jung. The film is opening soon, and the trailer was oh so provocative! The following is an excerpt from the press conference, and it sheds some light behind the film and the actors’ difficulties with their respective roles.

Just as a refresher: Lee plays a philandering husband to Seo Woo’s character (who wasn’t present at the conference), Jeon is the not-so-innocent housemaid that starts a torrid affair with Lee, and Yoon is the housekeeper who oversees the general household and is the first to note Lee and Jeon’s burgeoning relationship.

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