As I am counting the days for the premiere of Oh My Ghost, I am glad to post this recent pictorial of Park Bo Young in the June issue of Harper's BAZAARin the meantime. Beautiful and a little mysterious, the actress poses for the photo shoot in cat-eye make-up and little black dresses. The pictorial promotes her new mystery-horror film The Silenced.
As Ji Chang Wook's current schedule has taken him to China quite a lot, it comes as no surprise that the actor is the new coverguy of the June edition of Céci China. Dressed in semi-casual summerwear, the actor poses playfully in the photo shoot, rewarding us with a cheeky smirk or two.
A kiss is the highlight in a K-drama romance. It is the moment we all anticipate for it gives us the needed confirmation that our main couple really fancies each other.
But interestingly enough, a large majority of K-drama kisses are initiated by the guys, sometimes forcefully (not cool), which often results in pretty lame wide-eyed closed-mouth lip touches because the girl is "so surprised" that she turns into a stone statue. Meanwhile ladies rarely get a chance to smooch their leading men first, and I wonder why so when such kisses can often be just as romantic and passionate, if not even more.
June edition of L'Officiel Hommes features actor Lee Jin Wook and his serious deep gaze as he poses next to a fancy red Audi. The actor can be seen really soon alongside Ha Ji Won in the highly anticipated The Time I Loved You, where he plays a man in love with his best friend.
After securing itself the most perfect cast I could ever ask for, the upcoming tvN romcom Oh My Ghost continues to be a drama that I cannot wait to watch after relasing a bunch of teasers and a quirky poster to boot. The drama revolves around a timid and shy Na Bong Sun (Park Bo Young), who works as a sous chef and harbours a secret crush on the star chef Kang Sun Woo (Jo Jung Suk). Bong Sun hides an even bigger secret as she has the ability to see ghosts, a gift inherited from her shaman grandmother. One day, she gets possessed by a lustful virgin ghost Shin Soo Ae (played by the ever-so-awesome Kim Seul Gi), who wants to make up for her lacking romantic encounters when she was alive by seducing as many men as possible in her afterlife. Surely enough, this results in amusing hijinks and eventually a real romance when Sun Woo finally takes notice of the dramatically changed Bong Sun.
The airing date for one of the most anticipated summer dramas The Time I Loved You is fast approaching and the amount of promotional photos, teasers and posters we've been getting these past few weeks has been rather overwhelming. But who's complaining?
2ne1's Sandara Park recently flew to Hawaii for a lovely pictorial in the June issue of Vogue Girl. The photo shoot has an overall lazy, easy-going island getaway feel, but Dara looks positively stunning in the close-up shots, where she's wearing colorful make-up and flowery accessories.
You gotta give it to Sulli. Even though the idol has been a target for a lot of criticism concerning her hiatus from f(x) activities, there's no sign of mental stress in this recent skin-revealing pictorial for Cosmopolitan. Sporting a sultry shade of red lipstick, Sulli shows a more grown-up and feminine side of her as she poses in chic beachwear, looking absolutely beautiful.
I'm sure the haters are gritting their teeth right about now.
Last month's issue ofW magazine gave us a rare chance to see celebrity siblings 2ne1's Sandara and MBLAQ's ex-member Thunder together in a photo shoot. The brother-sister duo are dressed in the designs of a French clothing brand The Kooples, looking edgy and stylish. Leather jackets, animal prints and unique accessories give the pictorial an edgy punk-rockish feel that seems to suit well for the Park siblings.
Indeed, it has been a while since the last time I posted and probably ages since the last time I made a Drama Check-In post. What happened, you ask? The usual - school, life, laziness etc. But excuses are boring, so let's focus on what isn't boring - dramas.