Kim Hee Sun, Yoo Ah In, Lee Jun Ki and Many More K-stars at W Korea Cancer Charity Event

The fashions are less the center of attention when the purpose of an event is charitable rather than awards driven. Lots of big name K-celebs took time out to attend the W Korea annual cancer charity fundraiser in Seoul, with half in subdued looks for the more serious occasion and others trying on colorful and rather interesting looks. Kim Hee Sun‘s oversized green turtle neck tunic look it it was eating her on top and preparing to cover a tent on the bottom but she pulled it off by being confident and comfortable wearing it. Hyoyeon wandered in like a boho circus performer and Oh Yeon Seo‘s outfit would have been fine but for the balloon cut of both the shirt and pants. I like the subtle detailing on the jackets and coats of Yoo Ah In, Lee Dong Wook, and Jung Hae In, a less but definitely more approach.

Cheese in the Trap Movie Releases Preview and New Stills with Premiere on White Day March 14th

I don’t live in a country that celebrates White Day, i.e. White Valentine’s Day or exactly a month after February 14th Valentine’s Day. Hence my mistake in the last post on the upcoming Cheese in the Trap movie which is … Continue reading

Cheese in the Trap Movie with Park Hae Jin Along with New Cast Gets Valentine’s Weekend 2018 Premiere Date

I’m not sure who the target audience is for the Cheese in the Trap movie but if there are any then the film has been confirmed to hit the theaters on Valentine’s Day weekend of 2018. That’s less than a … Continue reading

Fantasy Characters in tvN Drama Hwayugi Reveal True Selves in Portraiture Posters

This Saturday is the premiere of tvN drama Hwayugi (A Korean Odyssey) and my optimism remains high even as excitement is tempered by the sad news overwhelming K-ent this week with the passing of a much loved male idol. The … Continue reading

Press Conference and Long Preview for Hwayugi Showcase Creative Fantasy Fun

I have to give the Hong Sisters credit, when their creative ideas work it does become something memorable even with hiccups. Their fantasy-tinged dramas like My Girlfriend is a Gumiho and The Master’s Sun remain dramas with strong positive goodwill … Continue reading