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Fantasy K-Drama Couples!
If the chemistry is not right in a kdrama, the romance is not going to work. When watching a mismatched kdrama couple, it's tempting to think which actor you might have cast instead. Why did they choose that actress and not the other obvious choice? Sometimes actors are cast for their star power, sometimes because the scriptwriter asked for them. Occasionally, a couple is cast because they look good together, but when acting, they lack that spark. You can never tell what will work out on screen. But it is fun to imagine who might be great together. Here are a few kdrama couples that could really work: Yoon Eun Hye and Ok Taecyeon: They did a beer commercial together and looked great as the idol manager and detective. They both have the same intense good looks. She's four years older than him, but why should a few years matter when you're casting a drama? Yoon Eun Hye looked great with all her drama co-stars. She made a great couple with Gong Yoo in "Coffee Prince," Joo Ji Hoon in "Princess Hours," Woon Sang Hyun in "My Fair Lady," Kang Ji Hwan in "Lie to Me," and Park Yoo Chun in "Missing You." She even had a short cameo appearance as the former girlfriend of Lee Min Ho in "Personal Taste." Taecyeon has not had that many small screen girlfriends, only Suzy in "Dream High" and almost Moon Geun Young in "Cinderella's Sister," but Yoon Eun Hye could show him how it's done. Next suggestion is Kim Sun Ah and Jung Il Woo. Okay, he's 25 and she is 37, but she starred with Lee Jang Woo in "I Do, I Do" and he is 26. There must be some way she could be in the same drama with Jung Il Woo. She has romanced Hyun Bin in "My Lovely Kim Sam Soon" and Lee Dong Wook in "Scent of a Woman." Jung Il Woo has been matched up with Lee Chung Ah in "Flower Boy Ramen Shop," longed for Han Ga In in "The Moon Embracing The Sun" and lost Nam Gyu Ri in "49 Days." Please, kdrama producers, make this happen. And finally, how about Suzy Bae and Lee Min Ho? After she finishes fighting her way through "Gu Family Book," she could become Lee Min Ho's sidekick in another "City Hunter" type action drama. She's 18 and he is 25, but she is pretty tough. She stuck it out in that tough performing arts high school in "Dream High" and held her own in "Big." She has enough spirit to defeat the most arrogant character he could play. Goo Jun Pyo, beware. So far, he has been matched up with Son Je Jin in "Personal Taste," Go Hye Sun in "Boys Over Flowers," Park Min Young in "City Hunter," Kim Hee Sun in "Faith" and his new drama, "The Heirs" will feature Park Shin Hye as his love interest. credit:kpopstarz
Magnetic Minho
As we all know Minho is a Great actor ♡ So to day we will look at one of his roles. A lot of us started with Actor Minho in To The Beautiful You~ His 1st lead role! And it is cringy and great and has all the good plot points of a great drama! The cast really makes you fall in love with them They are all amazing~ Minho got to show a lot of angst And a couple kisses And It is Hilarious Not to mention the SHINee moments So there you have it~ Catch the trailer here and watch it if you havent ^^ it's available free lots of places! https://youtu.be/nDIXkDmEOGo ~SHINing Shawol Team~ @VixenViVi @MelissaGarza @y0ungki Loving Shawols! (ask to be added!) @Kpopandkimchi @Mercedesbenz98 @JustinaNguyen @CrystalBlunt @JohnEvans @Eswee @merryjayne13 @awkwardjazz @kimnam94 @osnapitzlilred @JaxomB @deilig @LinaZhang @Kpland1122 @ShellyThiemann @yehetmyohorat99 @KpopLifeu @AmberRelynn @szewwy @sweetnothing34 @esmeraldagutirr @notgisell @Starbell808 @TerraToyaSi @kyky97 @IsoldaPazo @netchtiBates @simpsonsamantha @VatcheeAfandi99 @AlexisRiver @merryjayne13 @jojojordy2324 @KiinLyr @FruityPoptart @MaggieHolm @sphelpswiley @AlyssaGelet818 @DenieceSuit @JenGambale @Aijah @strawberrylover @ElenaP16 @Foxxyjinxx @ESwee @sherrysahar @AubriePope @Airess95 @aliciasalinas @Ivonvons @kandle779 @JohnEvans @MomoChamie @animerg13 @raenel @AngelesFraga @StefaniTre @bigbangvip2243 @pharmgirlerin @Miss148 @CynthiaForeman @themuse  @Ttwolf74  @BambiTheFawn  @ESwee  @LilMcGriddle18  @Defy24601  @Yuki136989 @JahlaB  @Keldra  @HopeElizabeth  @Aquatear @Kendrika @sukkyongwanser  @EmilyGardner  @Shericeden  @YessicaCardenas  @LinnyOk @EvilGenius @karinamiranda81  @JahlaB  @Starbell808  @callmejessixa  @AshleiRyals  @B0RNHATER  @StephaniePoore  @abnmp76 @dalenalw
Why Don't Idol Groups Work In America?
In Japan and Korea, idols are a huge deal. The fandoms surrounding idols and idol groups are massive, with a ton of merch, lingo, events, etc surrounding the entertainers. So why isn't that happening in America? The UK tried it out with One Direction and we have a few girl groups like Fifth Harmony and Little Mix, but for the most part the classic pop group ensemble faded away in the early 2000s. Here are a few reasons why it might not work: I'm not saying either opinion is correct - just stating how the general public views celebrities in America vs Korea/Japan. I'm not an expert on either so please share your opinions as well! 1. The Concept of Being An Idol Sure, celebrities in the US know that they are role models, but do they really take this as their job?! In Japan and Korea, a single slip up can mean public humiliation (such as when an AKB48 member had a boyfriend - she had to shave her head as an apology) while in America celebrities insist on their personal rights to do whatever they want. In their opinion, just because you're a celebrity doesn't mean you aren't allowed a personal life. They should be able to be in the lime light but also have a lot of personal life that shouldn't be judged by the public, In Japan/Korea, every aspect of an entertainers life is analyzed and people know that is just part of the job. You must be a model citizen at all times and any bad behaviour (whether its on or off camera) is bad for your company, your career, and your fans. 2. Company Loyalty In America, we know the big companies like Warner, Sony, etc, but we rarely pay attention to what label each artist is on. And even if they're on the same label they don't really work together so its hard for fans to be loyal to one company. The closest I think we can get to that is waaay back with Motown Records or more recently the bands that came out on Fueled By Ramen. Smaller hip hop labels still keep this group style too! We could actually see the connection the artists had on those labels and could support the label as well as the artists. Now in Korea, we all know that companies are a big deal. YG Family, JYP, Cube, SM, etc. They do things together like concerts, Christmas songs, etc. We are able to anticipate the company's new project or collaboration. It's easier for the fans to get hyped over multiple groups at once. 3. Pre-Packaged In America, bands are usually put together by the band members. Whether they start in a garage or they put up flyers to find members, it is the band that forms first, then the label that signs them. In Korea and Japan however, we have a TON of trainees all hoping to be perfectly placed in a group. Think of the show Produce! Perfect example of prepackaging :) One Direction is an example of that happening where the boys were somewhat put together by a label, but musical and personality differences got in the way :/ 4. Training Idols train a LOT. Sure, in America entertainers practice, train, get vocal lessons, learn new instruments, get prepped for interviews etc but they are not forced to practice for 12 hours a day. Living in dorms without cell phones or internet, being forced to learn languages, dances, public speaking, etc - its totally normal in the idol world. Because of this, idols should be pretty prepared for anything. I'm not so sure American entertainers would be up for this style of training. Can you think of other reasons why the "idol" style of the music industry doesn't work in America?
Fashion, Trends and Styles
Welcome! Thank you for visiting here. To understand Fashion, Trends and Styles well, we have to look at many important aspects related to them. One by one we will discuss on all of those important aspects. Let's Start an Exciting, Pleasing and Never Ending Fashion Journey! First of all, we will try to know and understand the actual definition of the fashion. However, it is not so easy to define the fashion completely because for example, this idiom is very popular "Many Men, Many Minds", everyone has tried to understand and define the interpretation of fashion in his/ her own way. According to some fashion experts, fashion means a look which is trending during a specific geographical place or boundary i.e. village, city, metro city, region, country or we can say worldwide. Fashion is a self presentation and it fulfills and allows everbody to show their uniqueness, personal tastes and style. Fashion may be core of your personal identty. The squeeze of all of them is something like this. From our point of view, fashion is a great way to express yourself by some particular references of apparels, jewellery, artificial jewellery, footwear, lifestyle, make-up, hair-cut style, accessories and body posture during a specific period at a specific geographical place or boundary i.e. village, town, city, metro city, region, country or worldwide. On the other hand fashion defines you, your personality or who you are. Whenever you look yourself in the mirror after wearing latest, stylish, trendy and fashionable clothes or jewellery, fashion gives you happiness with an extra-ordinary feeling i.e. Feeling of being Number One, Feeling of being Confident, Feeling of Greatness! Agree or Not? For More Fashion, Trends and Styles related information, you are most welcome to visit at our fashion blog: https://dadreeios.blogspot.com/