Once one of Koreaís most famous dance music singers, Kang Won-rae had everything taken away from him by a traffic accident.After working through his anger and despair, he eventually organize... More
TICKET 2013/01/06, Source, The Korean production of Frank Wildhorn's musical "Rudolf", based on the novel "A Nervous Splendor", is in the midst of its four-month run at the Chungmu Art Hall. See THEATER. Provided by the organizer
MUSIC SON YEOL-EUM Seoul Arts Center, Concert Hall March 7: Classical pianist Son Yeol-eum will be holding a concert at the Concert Hall of the Seoul Arts Center. It's her first Time performing at the venue. The 27-year-old has won numerous awards including the Silver Medal at the 13th International Van Cliburn Piano Competition as well as the second prize at the XIV International Tchaikovsky Competition,...More
Kang Ho-dong to have a TV rematch 2012/11/05, Source,
Kang Ho-dong made a brief appearance on "STAR King" on Saturday, as the ssireum (Korean wrestling) champion-turned-entertainer, known for his no-holds-barred sense of humor and demeanor, foreshadowed his Return to television. Saturday's edition of the SBS program aired a preview video of next week's episode, highlighting Kang's comeback as the main moderator of The Show. "I missed you, the audience", Kang said in the short video, before ...ing a low bow. "I Am Happy for being able to stand on a stage,...More
TVXQ wraps up Tone tour 2012/04/25, Source,
Korean duo TVXQ successfully wrapped up its "Love Tour 2012- Tone" on April 23. In total, the tour was attended by more than 550,000 fans after kicking off in January in Yokohama and ...ing to an end in Osaka.
No other K-pop artist has entertained as many fans in one tour and it is a phenomenal feat even for top Japanese performers,...More
Once one of Koreaís most famous dance music singers, Kang Won-rae had everything taken away from him by a traffic accident.After working through his anger and despair, he eventually organized an entertainment troupe consisting solely of talented handicapped performers. With numerous successful performances, a major television station offers to produce a soap opera about their story with the performers playing themselves. Can they surprise the world again?
Kim Yeong-jin-I has directed numerous soap operas for Korean television, including 2010ís "Thank You for Making Me Smile". "Never Say I Canít" is his first theatrical feature.
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