and screen without Super Junior.
Super Junior’s AWOL member, Kim Kibum will be returning to the limelight starting next month. His acting activities for 2010 include a play and a starring role in a movie.
It’s the end of the year, and the police have stepped up on the road checks. As a result, someone with a bit of common sense would know that if you drink, then then should be no excuse for driving drunk. In Korea, there are a few options.
For the economically challenged, you can sing the night away at a norae-bang (singing room) and then take the first bus/subway home or you can stay at a jjim-jil bang to sweat out all that alcohol.
Or if can afford it, you can cab it home or call a dae-ri (hired driver) to drive your car home for you while you sit in the power seat (back right) and pretend that you are you a V.I.P.(even though you are drunk out of your mind).
The stars brought out all the stops for the 2007 Blue Dragon Film Awards last night. The female celebrities braved the cold in flimsy dresses while their male colleagues bundled up in sweaters under their suits.
Who is this sexy mama adjusting her top? Why it’s Coffee Prince star, Yun Eun-hye who looks infinitely better than the ugly brown dress she wore on opening night.
The 12th Pusan International Film Festival runs until October 12th, 2007.
Celebrity guests at Park Kyong-rim‘s wedding were on the casual side for their choice of wedding attire. Maybe I lean more on the conservative side when it comes to formal occassions, but I think that jeans, shorts, t-shirts or short dresses are not appropriate for such events – especially if there are a bride and her bridesmaids wearing floor length gowns. Also the colors black and white should be a wedding no-no, but almost all the guests chose this theme as their color (except for Jang Na-ra). Ok, that’s fine. I am down with the new rules that say black or white is ok as long as the color doesn’t take away from the bride (i.e. white outfit that looks like a wedding dress) or look like you are going to a funeral. But after covering these formal events and awards here at POPSEOUL!, I am tired of seeing celebs wearing inappropriate attire! When will someone realize there is a time and place for short skirts and jeans?