Park Min Young Sultry and Sophisticated for Grazia Magazine

It’s hard to believe that the present day Park Min Young looking drop dead ravishing in the pages of Grazia Magazine is the same teen girl I first watched in 2006 K-drama High Kick. She’s turning 32 years old this year and with it tackling a very mature role as the titular Seven Days Queen in the upcoming sageuk costarring Yeon Woo Jin and Lee Dong Gun. She’s done many sageuks most successfully with Sungkyunkwan Scandal but this drama feels more robust and serious akin to Jamyunggo, but this time she’s not playing the antagonist second lead and will incur all the audience love and support as the tragic queen. She looks amazing in this pictorial, from the hair to the outfits and especially the poses, all evocative and softly sexy. Continue reading

Park Min Young Pretty in Blue Leading Mostly Fashion Fails at Movie Premiere of Ji Chang Wook’s Fabricated City

I’m way more fascinated by the fashion, mostly lack thereof, parade at the VIP movie premiere for the thriller movie Fabricated City than I am in the actual movie. Starring Ji Chang Wook and Shim Eun Kyung, the movie is … Continue reading

School-aged Pictures of Popular Hallyu K-actresses Show the Before and After

I did a post awhile back on the school age before and after pictures of Korea’s male stars. It’s time for the ladies counterpart post and who better to top it off than the three renowned prettiest actresses in Korea. … Continue reading

SBS Drama Remember Breaks 20% Ratings in Final Episode as Cast Celebrates at Wrap Party

The current bunch of prime time K-dramas hasn’t been all that buzzy but that doesn’t equate to failure. SBS leads the ratings for both Mon-Tues with Six Flying Dragons, and especially on Wed-Thurs with Remember (Son’s War), which was netting … Continue reading