Lee Hyuk-jae is better known by the stage name of Eunhyk.He is a famous south Korean singer,songwriter,actor & dancer.Eunhyk is very emotional in nature.His childhood friends call him as crybaby.Eunhyuk loves to eat though he has stomach aching problem.Ther`s lot of rumor regarding his ex girlfriends. “Myeol chi” is the nickname of Eunhyuk because he is very thin. From childhood Eunhyuk is very shy. Eunhyuk`s present girlfriend is Kim Hyo-yeon.Hyoyeon is a south korean pop singer & a member of band "Girls generations".Before this relationship Hyoyeon had an affair with Kim Jun Hyung,CEO of a global marketing brand.The couple broke up because of a single incident.They broke up after 2 years of relationship.In a celbrity show Eunhyuk acknowledged
Taeyeon, is a South Korean singer and actress. She is a member of South Korean girl group Girls' Generation, its subgroup TTS, and SM the Ballad. She has also recorded singles for various television dramas and movies as well as participated in a number of variety shows. Tae-yeon made her solo debut on 8 October 2015 with her first extended play, I. """2015 Mnet Asian Music Awards"" was performed by live broadcasting in an Asian world expo arena of Hong Kong at 8:00 on the afternoon of December 2, and Tae Young in girlhood, Basick, Kim Hyuna of 4Minute, iKON, Jessi, Park Jinyon, THE KOXX, Lil Boi, MONSTA X, PSY, San E, SEVENTEEN, Ailee and others showed a splendid stage.
Oasis (Lee Chang-dong, 2002) Jong Du is a socially inadaptable and mildly retarded individual who has just been released from prison after serving three years for a hit-and-run accident. His family takes him back but they are reluctant about him. One day, he decides to visit the victim 's family and in their house he meets Gong-ju, the sister of the deceased, who has cerebral palsy. A strange relationship forms between the two but things take a turn for the worse when her family is informed of the fact. Lee Chang-dong directs a film that focuses on a relationship that seems impossible for many reasons, although the protagonists make it work, in a way.
Often referred to as the “Chinese Garbo” and “generally regarded as the greatest actress China has produced”, Ruan Lingyu (1910-1935) is one of the icons of early Chinese cinema (Stokes and Hoover, 92). In addition to being recognized for her “soulful characterizations” of “tragic roles”, Ruan was also representative of a “new, modern woman” (Stokes and Hoover, 92; The Chinese Mirror, 2011). This essay will examine and show how the “Ruan Lingyu” that both the viewers of her own era and today know is ultimately just the constructed visual persona of her – a mythologized figure that transcends even her own life. Using The Goddess (1934) and Centre Stage (1992) as case studies, I argue that the multi-faceted onscreen and off-screen image of Ruan is transformed into a vehicle through which Chinese cinema engages with its society’s particular time and space in the films’ moments of production. An examination of Ruan Lingyu’s career would reveal that “in general, Ruan’s persona is not a “type” character” but rather a “fate persona” who “encounters tragedy in her life” regardless of “her social background or her age” (Kerlan, 2011).
The chemistry between Lee Sun-Joon and Kim Yoon-Shik (Kim Yoon-Hee, referred as Yoon-Shik when mentioned in regard to Sun-Joon and addressed using feminine second & third person hereafter throughout) builds gradually in the first eight episodes. They reach a point where they both have feelings for each other but are yet to identify it. The homosexual narrative materializes when Kim Yoon-Shik is accused of stealing. After returning to Sungkyunkwan after a short break, relation between Yoon-Shik and San-Joon are strained – San-Joon’s covert financial help does not settle well with Yoon-Shik who feels like a charity case. The news of Sun-Joon getting married to Student Body President Ha In-Soo’s younger sister Hyo-Eun further devastates Yoon-Shik.
Hyeonseo Lee North Korean Defector Change, hope, and justice, are all things North Korean defectors, including Human Rights activist Hyeonseo Lee, wish for in the harshly governed country of North Korea. Many people know about the story of Hyeonseo’s escape from the unethical dictatorship of the Kims. But she was so much more. As a Human Rights activist fighting for a change of the corrupt and cruel system of government in North Korea, she is trying her best to inform people of how terrible and a dire situation it is in North Korea. Through this, she is showing her defiance publicly towards North Korea, when just a little over a decade before, she was expressing absolute loyalty and respect towards the Kims.
Xu Chong a very independent and intelligent woman who wants to pursue her life in the practice of Buddhism. Xu Chong's Father and her argue how she should not be forced to marry someone because “[her] mind is concentrated on the work of religion” saying how she simply refuses to get married because she is focused on the practice of Buddhism (Baochang). At this time in day girls did not have as much power as men. Her family is very high in social status, which leads to stricter rules and how she should act. This didn't stop her from speaking up for herself in front of her parents'.
Analysis Description Within this integrated group project, we have a total of 4 respondents, all under the criteria of non-Korean students aged from 18-29, who have not lived in Korea for more than 5 years and is an avid user of social media, with extensive knowledge of K-pop. Eunjoo Lee is a 20-year old female, currently enrolled in the 1-semester exchange program in Yonsei University majoring in Economics. She is a Chinese-American and have lived in the United States most of her life. She has wide experience and knowledge about K-pop, given the fact that she started listening to K-pop since high school and have been following entertainment companies and individual celebrities through social media. Her Asian-American background also determines
She and her boyfriend Won-Jae (Oh Min-Seok) have been together for almost ten years. He promised to marry her once he returned home from his studies in France. The day Won-Jae returns home he brought home another friend, Dong-hwa (Ryu Sang-Wook). Hyo-Jung eventually learns there is more to the relationship between Won-Jae and Dong-hwa than what meets the eye. " "15.