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2011/12/29 | 663 views | Permalink | Source

We go wherever the stars go! Here's the hottest entertainment news of the week! Let's go!

Let's start with singer Kim Tae-woo, who heard wedding bells chime on Tuesday!

Kim Tae-woo is one of Korea's top vocals, effortlessly gliding through songs of different genres.

Kim Tae-woo held a private wedding on the morning of the 26th, and uploaded photos for his fans on Twitter. We heard from the wedding guests that the ceremony was like a fun concert. Congratulations, Kim Tae-woo! Always be happy!

Next up, check out the fan meeting of adorable star Lee Jong-suk.

Curious about the word "뿌잉뿌잉" that seems to follow Lee Jong-suk everywhere he goes

We could see Lee Jong-suk's popularity in person at his fan meeting. Wow!

[Interview : PD] "You have so many fans here. How do you feel

[Interview : Lee Jong-suk, Actor] "I want to thank all my fans who came out here today. It's been a while since I had a fan signing, and stars are always nervous that not many people will come out to these meetings".

Lee Jong-suk, good luck to you in the future!

K-pop stars made a big splash on TV programs abroad!

Of course, we're talking about Korea's talented and charming idol stars. Beast, 4minute, and G.NA have arrived in Brazil, a major Hallyu stage in South America!

They were part of Brazil's first-ever Korean concert, and were featured on "Fantastico", a show on Brazil's largest network Rede Globo.

2NE1's leader CL, meanwhile, was featured on the British news!

She briefly talked about how she felt about 2NE1 being chosen as MTV's "Best New Band in the World", how K-pop was growing in influence, and how she hoped to be a female singer who represented Asia.

Now, let's hear about SHINee and Girls' Generation members who are trying out voice acting.

SHINee's Taemin and Girls' Generation's Sunny are the main voices to a 3D animation movie made with talented staff recruited from around the world.

We hear that there was even a kiss scene involved!

[Interview : Taemin, Member of SHINee] "I still blush when I think about that scene. The kiss scene is at the end of the movie. It was really embarrassing during recording".

[Interview : Yoon Da-hoon, Actor] "There are rumors that you two really acted out that scene!"

SHINee's Taemin acts as Johnny, and Sunny acts as Miranda in "The Outback"! Be sure to check it out in theaters next January.

Our top news of the week comes from Hallyu star Jang Geun-suk.

Jang Geun-suk is now a huge star both in Korea and Japan. This week, he made headlines when he donated over US$1 million to his alma mater, the largest donation in the history of the school. He says that he is also planning to create a scholarship foundation in his name.

[Interview : Jang Geun-suk, Actor] "I'm so happy and proud that I can somehow give back the love and encouragement I've received from my fans".

Jang Geun-suk was also ranked first in the Idol & Image DVD category for Japanese chart Oricon's Yearly Video Rankings for 2011. This is the first time a foreign actor has been ranked first in five years. Congratulations!


I can't believe Jang Geun-suk has already donated such a large amount even before graduating.
My alumni officers are always trying to get me to donate more money.
And where would I have been this year without 뿌잉뿌잉!

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