Having wrapped up their second world tour last year, Infinite made their long-awaited comeback just a few days ago on September 19th with "The Eye", title track for their sixth mini album Infinite Only. Infinite has always been one of those groups that manages to stick to their own distinct sound and image, while trying out different concepts. "The Eye" is a good example of that. Although this concept feels more mature than their last releases "Back" and "Bad", it is still very Infinite-like.
Today Vogue Korea released a lovely promotional photo shoot with Ji Chang Wook and Yoona, who will be playing the leading couple in tvN's new drama The K2.
While I don't really get the oversized clothing (though, when do I ever get the stylistic choices in these shoots), I do like the gentle, sweet chemistry I see between Ji Chang Wook and Yoona in the photos. The slightly messy hair and soft warm lighting compliments their naturally good looks nicely, while also keeping the concept simple yet romantic.
Ji Chang Wook, whom we can soon see back on our screens in the drama The K2, poses for the September issue of Harper's BAZAAR. While he's making a weird fashion statement in the last picture by wearing pajamas with a fancy jacket, I do like the more intimate close-up shots of his pretty face.
We're 11 days away from the premiere of The K2, the upcoming drama about a bodyguard hired to protect the wife of a presidential candidate. After a plentiful of teasers, trailers and stills, we finally also get a look at the posters, featuring all of our four main leads - Ji Chang Wook, Im Yoona, Song Yoon Ah and Jo Sung Ha.
After an insane number of posters, teasers and whatnot, the highly-anticipated Bu Bu Jing Xin remake Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart Goryeo finally premiered on August 29th. As SBS decided to air three episodes on the first week, it seems like an appropriate time to weigh in with my thoughts and impressions on the drama.
TvN's Youtube channel has released three new teaser trailers for its upcoming fall drama The K2. Each of the three clips features a different character, played by Ji Chang Wook, Song Yoon Ah and Im Yoona.
Few days ago, on August 30th, Sunny Hill released the music video for their new song called "On the Way Home", which hints heavily at a possible disbandment. Although LOEN Entertainment has not yet confirmed the rumours of the group breaking up, after watching the clip myself, there seems to be valid reasons for worry.
JTBC drama Fantastic is just four days away and network has released the main posters for the series, which has promised to keep it light in spite of the heavy theme of a woman suffering from a terminal illness. And so far all the promo material has me believing, albeit cautiously, that this show might just keep its word.
My long-awaited Ji Chang Wook comeback is finally starting to take shape.
The K2 is an upcoming fall drama series about a former soldier Kim Je Ha (played by Ji Chang Wook) hired as a bodyguard to protect Choi Yoo Jin, the wife (Song Yoon Ah) of presidential candidate Jang Se Joon (Cho Seong Ha). Candidate Jang's secret daughter is Ko An Na (Im Yoon Ah), who suffers from a childhood trauma and thus lives an isolated life. The drama is directed by Kwak Jung Hwan, whose previous works include Conspiracy in the Court and Chuno, and the script comes from Jang Hyuk Rin, the writer of Yong Pal and Reset.
Indeed, SBS has released even more posters for Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart: Goryeo and I'm beginning to worry if it's trying to compensate for something else. Though, hopefully, it is just taking full advantage of Lee Jun Ki's pretty face for the most logical purpose you can think of - gluing these posters all over yourself, your house and your cat.
I know everyone has probably seen all of these by now, but I needed them on my blog. So, for your (and my) viewing pleasure, the cast of Moon Lovers: Scarlet Heart: Goryeo for Cosmopolitan's August edition. Enjoy!