Stars Born in Year of Rabbit 2010/12/23, Source,
As the year 2011 is the year of the rabbit, many star actors who were born in the year of rabbit – year 1951, 1963, and 1987 – are making a fresh resolution to make a new leap forward next year. Let's take a look at those stars who were born in the year of the rabbit and have actively been performing in the various fields of broadcasting, movies, and music,...More
[ChanMi's star news] Myeong Se-bin's tears 2010/05/04, Source, Myeong Se-bin shed tears as she talked about her divorce.
Myeong Se-bin was in a morning TV program in the morning where she talked about her divorce and her love for her mother. She revealed the pains that she carried through this interview.
She said that the reason for this separation was because of their personalities and value differences. She said that this divorce is not just about herself thus, she will not talk too much about it. The actress said that the married days are short yet much has happened through this. The 5 months of marriage was not so short for her.
Myeong had married in 2007 August to a lawyer and divorced on 2008 January. She did not appear in the screens for a while and had been thinking a lot and,...More
[ChanMi's star news] Myeong Se-bin returns after 3 years of absence! 2010/04/12, Source, Myeong Se-bin is confident in her new role as a married woman about to face divorce. She is coming back through the new drama "Three Sisters".
In 2007, she had married but divorced in 5 months because of personality conflicts with her husband.
She wanted to return through other dramas but her health did not allow her to work.
Myeong said that her health and hurt from the marriage was still painful to her that she couldn't work for a while.
Now, she is well and is excited to return to the screens!
Myeong hopes that this drama will be her great opportunity to start her acting career fresh and that th,...More
[PREVIEW] MBC TV series "The Woman Who Still Wants To Marry" 2010/01/22, Source,
Actress Park Jin-hee in "The Woman Who Still Wants To Marry" [MBC]
"What is precious leaves you, what I'm waiting for doesn't come and what I didn't hope for finds me", said Lee Shin-young (played by Myeong Se-bin), the main character in the original TV series "Woman Who Wants To Marry", which aired six years ago. Now in 2010, the same circumstances are facing Lee Shin-young, who at 34 has aged two more years in the story. Her boyfriend has left her because he could not handle a woman who still had big career ambitions, the new love that she is waiting for does not come and her career is not working out the way she had planned.,...More
[PREVIEW] MBC TV series "Woman Who Still Wants to Marry" 2010/01/15, Source,
Actresses Eom Ji-won, Park Jin-hee and Wang Bit-na [MBC]
Sometimes, a title will speak for itself. MBC TV series "The Woman Who Wants To Marry", received strong support from women in 2004 by comically yet realistically portraying the life of 32-year-old TV reporter Lee Shin-young (played by Myeong Se-bin) who is worried about work, dating and marriage. A 34-year-old and still single Lee Shin-young, played by Park Jin-hee this time, appeared at a press conference for "The Woman Who Still Wants To Marry" (tentative title) held at the Sherton Grand Walkerhill hotel on Thursday.
Shin-young receives a wedding invitation from co-pilot Sang-woo (played by Lee Pil-mo) whom she almost got married to until he had to leave for Washington to undergo training. She also spots her was-seemingly new perfect boyfriend with another girl on the scene of a fire at a motel after having received the most glamorous proposal to be his girlfriend. And her relationship with blind date Na Ban-suk (played by Choi Cheol-ho) ends up fizzling out after a few misunderstandings. After going through a series of several more such unfortunate incidents, Shin-young declares she will never marry. But she unexpectedly falls into love with Ha Min-jae (played by Kim Beom) whom she runs into at a college she went to give a lecture at.,...More
Documentaries have been regarded as serious and educational, and only recently did viewers and producers alike appreciate the impact of these programs. Many have examined interesting topics ranging from dinosaurs to polar bears and noodles, and now cameras have tu,...More
Japanís Miyazaki Tries to Attract Korean Film and Drama Companies 2006/04/27, Source, Japan's Miyazaki Prefecture is making utmost efforts to benefit from the Korean Wave, or Korean pop culture craze, sweeping the Asian region. The prefecture is trying to attract Korean film and TV program production companies to the region as a way to promote its own tourism industry.
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