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Archive for November 21, 2010

Moon Geun Young winces at her own ‘Shrek cat eyes’ expression

Actress Moon Geun Young revealed her true feelings regarding the cute expressions.

On the 20th, KBS 2TV Entertainment Weekly introduced the set of new KBS drama Mary Stayed Out All Night. For reference, the main cast members of this drama include Moon Geun Young, Jang Geun Suk and Kim Jae Wook. The drama centers around a cheerful girl named Mary (Moon Geun Young) who is “wedded” to two men for 100 days, where she must choose one man at the end. Regarding this wedding life, Moon Geun Young said, “Up until now, it’s still manageable.”

The actress recently garnered a lot of interest for mimicking the facial expression of Puss in Boots,from the movie Shrek, where she proceeded a pleading look at Jang Geun Suk with her big round eyes. Although the actress was deemed inevitably cute by the audience, she had very different opinions as she expressed, “To tell you the truth, I feel very embarrassed. I’m thinking that the people who watch this probably feel the same way.”

Meanwhile, on this day fellow cast member Jang Geun Suk also revealed that Moon Geun Young likes to drink beer and soju mixed drinks.

Source + Photos: Newsen

 

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Yoon Eun Hye puckers up on Twitter

Yoon Eun Hye recently uploaded a few pictures of her giving a kiss to a Minnie Mouse glove while wearing the matching ears and a muffler.

Two sets of pictures were revealed on her Twitter, with the second being of her delivering an eclectic cut of eye expressions and quirky mouth poses.

Netizens thought she looked very much like girl group trio Orange Caramel, commenting, “So very lovely!” and “Melting with cuteness.”

Source + Photos: Star News


U-KISS successfully completes performances at “Kings of Freedom” concert

U-KISS put their fans in a frenzy after performing at the “Kings of Freedom Concert” in Singapore on the night of November 19th.

The boys performed their latest track, “Shut Up!“, along with “Man Man Ha Ni,” “Bingeul Bingeul,” and others.

The freedom concert is one of Singapore’s representative music festivals, and U-KISS was invited as one of the only foreign musicians. Over 5,000 people gathered for the concert.

U-KISS held a short press conference at Singapore’s Korea Plaza and stated, “This is our third visit to Singapore and we feel that it’s a great honor to be able to participate in such a great concert. We will work our hardest to show the charms of Korean music.

Yong Sun Joong of the Singaporean branch of the Korea Tourism Organization added, “A lot of people in Singapore have much interest in Korean music. U-KISS helped improve Korea’s image and promote tourism as well.”

Source + Photos: World Journal via Nate