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Song Ji Hyo endorses cosmetic brand Benefit

Korean stars and their flawless skin. :)
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@winterlovesong Definitely! Main reason why I love her so. She has such a great work ethic and she's always willing to try new roles. Loooooooove her on RM.
@yinofyang @oj1992 and a beautiful personality too.
Mong Ji!!!!! You look soooo, sooo beautiful. If you couldn't tell, I girl crush on her big time. LOL!
she's pretty !
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So my Vingle family head @kimchiandkpop suggested a list of dramas for our Vingle family getting into k-dramas and how to possibly start or shortcut them into that world. Here's my list of suggestions .. For those making the transition and who are also in KPOP [especially EXO fans] .. this drama is short and sweet and gives you a good inside look at a different side of EXO "It's Okay, That's Love" is another good one .. also feat. a member of EXO [not a bias thing, just coincidence] .. but if you've ever heard of Lee Kwang Soo, you'll definitely like this one .. [if you haven't heard of Kwang Soo-ssi, I suggest watching some episodes of RUNNING MAN] "Emergency Couple" is another one I fell in love with. I watch a lot of Running Man and in turn, made me fall in love with Song Ji Hyo who is the lead female in the drama. Also, I have a slight interest in the medical field so this made the show pretty interesting .. it was like watching "Scrubs." We were only supposed to mention 3, but I couldn't help but mention this one. If you are a fan of Rain [Ninja Assassin anyone?] and Krystal from f(x) then this should be a good one for you. Long story short, Krystal is trying to become a music producer and gm has to go through a hardships of a trainee in a company that Rain has been passed down to own. All I gotta say, is Krystal has this one part in the beginning where she sings and I seriously lost it, cheels man .. chilly feels fo'sho.
Week in Fashion: Song Ji Hyo, Lee Jong Suk, Lee Min Ho, and Yuri
The fashion highlight of the week may have been G-Dragon and Taeyang at Paris Fashion Week, but here in Seoul, the premieres of the drama “Emergency Couple” and the movies “Boiling Youth” and “Miss Granny” provided ample opportunity for red carpet highlights. Let’s take a look at some of the celebrities and their outfits! Song Ji Hyo Although Song Ji Hyo looks beautiful even in her “Running Man” tracksuits and ski jackets, she went girly for the “Emergency Couple” premiere, wearing a lace dress from designer Maria Lucia Hohan. The actress accessorized with a bow belt and nude “Bianca” pumps from Christian Louboutin. If the dress looks familiar, it’s because similar styles have been worn by several American stars. A black version of the same “Malika” dress was worn by the dancer Dita Von Teese, while lace dresses from the same designer were previously worn by Taylor Swift and Rachel McAdams. song ji hyo Song Ji Hyo at premiere of “Emergency Couple” dr-1376492747834 “Malika” dress by Maria Lucia Hohan christianlouboutin-bianca-1100024_pk20_1_1200x1200_3 “Bianca” pumps by Christian Louboutin Lee Jong Suk At the premiere of his new movie, “Boiling Youth,” Lee Jong Suk looked fashion-forward in a shocking pink overcoat from Mugler’s Fall 2013 menswear collection. (Question: Do you think he intentionally chose it to match with the backdrop?) The runway version was paired with matching pink slacks, but Lee Jong Suk kept it simple with a black turtleneck and skinny pants. Wise choice! lee jong suk 2lee jong suk Lee Jong Suk at premiere of “Boiling Youth” lee jong suk thierry mugler Mugler Fall 2013 Menswear Lee Min Ho Lee Min Ho turned up at the same premiere in a coat from Valentino’s Fall 2013 menswear collection. The actor exchanged the teal sweater and matching slacks shown in the runway version for a maroon sweater and black skinny jeans. lee min ho valentino 2lee min ho valentino 1 Lee Min Ho at premiere of “Boiling Youth” valentino Valentino Fall 2013 Menswear Girls’ Generation’s Yuri Yuri looked extremely chic at the premiere of “Miss Granny.” The Girls’ Generation member paired a navy Kenzo coat with the designer’s “Flying Tiger” skinny jeans. We like her choice of the burgundy handbag against the navy. yuri kenzo 2yuri kenzo 1 Yuri at premiere of “Miss Granny” kenzo Kenzo Fall 2013 RTW kenzo 2 Kenzo “Flying Tiger” skinny jeans Which outfit do you most want for yourself? Which outfit really doesn’t work for you?
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Bittersweet Ending: The ending is happy but also sad at the same time! This card will contain spoilers for all the dramas mentioned! [365: Repeat the Year] Our character's do get a happy ending because they all live but at the same time it's sad. Hyeongju is successfully able to return to the past and reset which means all of our characters who previously died (killed off by our resident serial killer whom I won't name for spoiler reasons) are alive again. This includes Hyeongju's new best friend Gahyeon, however, because she did not reset as well she no longer remembers what happened in the previous reset (for those who have not seen this drama the reset is only going into the past year but only those who went through the reset remember the future they've already lived through.) So, because Gahyeon who died in the previous reset and therefore was unable to go through the reset with Hyeongju no longer remembers the process in which her and Hyeongju became friends. 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(For those who did not watch this drama here is a little back story: Sunghoon and Sungjoon are twin clones of a doctor who died in the past named Dr. Yongseop. Sungjoon is the good clone, while Sunghoon was the bad one of the two.) In our bittersweet ending we sadly have to say goodbye to Sunghoon, whom was bad the entire series but in the end he was bad for a good reason (like Eunho above) though this doesn't necessarily give him a pass to kill people. Unlike Eunho who didn't get the chance to, Sunghoon rights his wrong by killing the main bad guy which helps Sungjoon and the others out tremendously. It was sad that Sunghoon had to die to get us a happy ending though! [Extracurricular] There are three different possible endings to Extracurricular and each one of them leaves you with a bittersweet taste in your mouth. 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