Wednesday, July 1, 2015

Rain, Kim Tae Hee Make 1st Public Appearance Together At Anniversary Event For Chinese Cosmetics Company JVJQ

For the first time since revealing to the public their romantic relationship, entertainer Rain and actress Kim Tae Hee both attended the same public event for a cosmetics company's anniversary celebration.
Rain, Kim Tae Hee

Chinese cosmetics brand JVJQ threw its 10-year anniversary party and Rain and Kim Tae Hee, both models for the brand, according to The Korea Herald, stepped out to the red carpet.

The two stars are notoriously private about their three-year relationship and are constantly hounded by wedding rumors, which makes their appearance in the same public event such a big deal.

The couple revealed they were dating back in January 2013.

Agencies for both stars said that while both Raid and Kim Tae Hee did appear in the JVJQ event to fulfill their duties as brand models, they did not go there together.
A separate report from the Korea Times said that Rain and Kim Tae Hee did not even appear on stage at the same time due to scheduling.

Rain is reported to be preparing for a new album while Kim Tae Hee has been cast in the SBS TV drama "Yong Pal" alongside Joo Won.

Rain's agency, CUBE Entertainment, has categorically denied rumors that the couple have finalized their wedding plans and said the actor-singer himself has admitted that "there hasn't been talk of marriage yet."

Monday, June 15, 2015

CNBLUE's Jung Yong Hwa Makes An Appearance On Promotional Video For iQIYI Entertainment 5th Anniversary Special

K-pop boy band CNBLUE member and actor Jung Yong Hwa has become a sensation in China.
On June 11, Jung Yong Hwa made an appearance on a promotional video for iQIYI Entertainment's 5th Anniversary Special. During the video, Jung Yong Hwa held conversations and exchanged jokes in Chinese with China's most popular host He Jiong and even sang a birthday song to celebrate iQIYI's anniversary.

Jung Yong Hwa became the first foreign artist to feature in iQIYI's promotional video, and the video received more views than those that featured China's top celebrities such as Fan Bingbing, Huang Xiaoming, and Angelababy.
In April, Jung Young Hwa won the Foreign Artist and The Most Popular Foreign Group awards at China's biggest music award ceremony Yin Yue Feng Yun Bang (音乐风云榜), and he also became the first Korean artist to make an appearance on a Chinese entertainment show Diors Man and became one of the most loved foreign artists in China. 

Monday, April 13, 2015

Park Jin Young Comically Apologizes to miss A After Members Berate Him For Beating Them On Music Charts

miss A
JYP Entertainment is dominating Korean music charts, creating a humorous situation for girl group miss A.
The girl group, which made its comeback in March with "Only You," dominated Korean music charts for nearly two weeks with their comeback song until Park Jin Young's "Who's Your Mama" took over the number one spot. Park is the CEO of JYP Entertainment, the company that miss A is signed with.
Suzy and Fei, members of miss A, took to Instagram to express mock anger towards their CEO for beating them on Korean music charts.
The two members shared screen shots of music charts, showing Park Jin Young's song featuring rapper Jessi "Who's Your Mama" in the number one spot, with miss A's own song, "Only You," appearing in second.
Suzy used hashtags to express her faux anger and express her opinion by saying, "CEO. Bad. Who's Your Mama. Jessi is great."
Fei used cute animal emoticons and commented in both Korean and her native Chinese. "Ugh... This, this, do I cry? Do I laugh?"
She expressed the same sentiment in both languages on Instagram, and on Twitter she asked Park to buy miss A food for beating them.
Park Jin Young, also known as JYP, responded to both Fei and Suzy, and also apologized to miss A's Jia, who had shared the song on Twitter.
To Fei, JYP said, "Ah this... Well... Uhm... It'll go down again."
To Suzy, Park revealed that it was Suzy who had sent Jessi to JYP and he thanked her for recommending Jessi to him.
To Jia, the CEO's message was very simple: "Jia thank you and um... Sorry."