Kang Ji Hwan, So Ji Sub, Kim Rae Won: 2009 ‘New Troika’

March 21, 2009 at 10:03 pm | Posted in Movies | 2 Comments
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This year’s new threesome takes over the theaters. They are Kang Ji Hwan with ‘Seventh Grade Civil Servant,’ Kim Rae Won with ‘Insa-dong Scandal’ and So Ji Sub with ‘Sophie’s Revenge.’

Movie goers will first meet actor Kang Ji Hwan who returns with ‘Seventh Grade Civil Servant,’ which opens on April 23rd.

Kang Ji Hwan brings his killer charm to the screen as the character, Jae Joon. Romance and laughter await as Kang Ji Hwan and actress, Kim Ha Neul realize they had been hiding their true identities from each other only to become partners at the National Intelligence Service.

On the other hand, Kim Rae Won plans to showcase his intellectuality as well as charm in ‘Insa-dong Scandal’ which is about Lee Kang Joon who is Korea’s top arts specialist. The movie will open on April 30.

After starring alongside Kang Ji Hwan in ‘A Movie Is A Movie’ and making a succesful comeback with the current drama, ‘Cain & Abel,’ So Ji Sub also stars in the joint Korean & Chinese production, ‘Sophie’s Revenge.’

Escaping his usual portrayals, much interest is on So Ji Sub’s new role alongside his Chinese co-star, Zhang Zi Yi.

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The 45th Annual Baeksang Awards

February 27, 2009 at 7:17 am | Posted in Events, Stars | 15 Comments
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F4 Kim Hyun Joong, Lee Min Ho, Kim Bum and Kim Joon were among the attendees who stepped onto the red carpet kicking off the 45th Annual Baeksang Awards held in Seoul on the 27th.

Hosted by singer Tak Jae Hoon and SBS Annoucer Jung Mi Sun, the two hour long program is being broadcast live tonight.

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So Ji Sub, “Han Ji Min Is My Cute Friend”

February 13, 2009 at 5:00 am | Posted in Television | 12 Comments
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The production press conference for upcoming SBS Drama, ‘Cain & Abel’ was held on the 13th at the Cheongju International Airport.

The cast featuring So Ji Sub, Shin Hyun Joon, Han Jin Min, Chae Jung Ahn, Han Da Min were in attendence for the press interview.

‘Cain & Abel’ will begin it’s first broadcast following ‘Star’s Lover’ on the 18th at 10PM (KST).

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So Ji-seob to Debut as Rapper in Japan

January 7, 2009 at 2:53 pm | Posted in Music | 1 Comment

Actor So Ji-seob, who has steadily continued his preparations to advance to Japan, will kick off his singing career in Japan as a rapper.

Nikkan Sports said Sunday that So will debut as “Rapper G” in Japan on Feb. 27 with the song “‘Lonely Life.” It said So made news in Korea in August when he anonymously released an album comprising two single tracks.

Known for his mega-hit Korean dramas “Sorry, I Love You” and “What Happened in Bali,” So finished his military service last year and appeared in the Japanese film “Kita Gegegeno’s 1000 Years of Curse Song.”

Then, prior to the release of his Korean film “Rough Cut,” he appeared as himself in the music video of “Lonely Life” in a project album called G. He then showcased a digital single under the name “G-sonick,” hiding his identity.

So has not performed as Rapper G in Korea, so fans are wondering if he will first debut in Japan. So is currently filming the SBS drama “Cain and Abel” (written by Park Gye-ok, produced by Kim Hyeong-sik) as well as a joint Korean and Chinese film, “Sophie’s Revenge.”

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Chae Jung Ahn, ‘Cain & Abel’ Heroine

October 11, 2008 at 1:49 am | Posted in Television | 2 Comments

Talent Chae Jung Ahn (Coffee Prince) recently became the heroine of upcoming SBS drama, ‘Cain & Abel.’

Chae Jung Ahn forms a love triangle with two brothers in ‘Cain & Abel’ played by So Ji Sub and Shin Hyun Joon who mark their return to acting.

Drama production begins in November and they plan to televise on SBS in February of 2009.

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So Ji Sub is Optimistic

September 17, 2008 at 10:31 am | Posted in Stars | 6 Comments

How would So Ji-sub rate his acting? “Fifty-one out of 100.” It is not the first time that the 32-year old has mentioned the score. He already said he would give himself 51 points when he was shooting KBS drama “I’m Sorry, I Love You,” which made him a top star in 2004. The score means his acting gives him a little more satisfaction than dissatisfaction. And after coming back from four years of absence due to his military service, that’s how he still rates himself.

In an interview with the Chosun Ilbo, So explains, “I still give myself 51 points because I feel like starting all over again.” Though his words seem modest, the number 51 might be the highest praise he could give himself.

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