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[Interview] Park Min-young Would Like Rumors with Park Seo-joon to Quiet Down

Source | 2018/08/01 | Permalink

"What's Wrong With Secretary Kim" came to a successful end with Park Min-young and Park Seo-joon's outstanding performances. However, news that they were seeing each other broke out right after the drama ended...More

[Interview] Park Seo-joon Talks About Rumors With Ease

Source | 2018/07/31 | Permalink

"What's Wrong With Secretary Kim"'s Park Seo-joon answered questions that cropped up about his uniform and the rumors about Park Min-young...More

[Interview] L Grows Through Latest Role as a Judge

Source | 2018/07/24 | Permalink

Star Today had an interview with Kim Myung-soo (Infinite's L, age 26) and mentioned that he is always full of energy. His face says 'ask me anything' and the café rang out with his voice every time he answered a question. He looked excited for his next drama and he looked ready...More

[Interview] L Draws Inspiration From Feedback Good and Bad

Source | 2018/07/17 | Permalink

He is no longer L from Infinite, but Kim Myung-soo-I the actor. "I have to work hard to break prejudices about my being a former idol".

L played Im Ba-reun in the recently ended JTBC drama "Miss Hammurabi" and Seoul Paper met him in a café in Seoul...More

[Interview] Lee Il-ha Hopes His Work Influences Young Japanese

2018/07/14 | Permalink

Director Lee Il-ha was born in Korea and has lived in Japan since 2000. Lee has worked with Japanese and Korean broadcasters such as NHK and MBC. Lee's first feature film", A Crybaby Boxing Club", tells the story of high school boxers' growing pain at a Korean-Japanese minority school in Tokyo. The film was chosen for the opening film of 2014 DMZ International Documentary Festival. With his new film, "Counters", director Lee questions the meaning of freedom and justice in the era of far-right conservatism...More

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