Boys Over Flowers‘ Kim Hyun Joong made news with his appearance on the variety show Happy Together, where he said that he’d love to play a “mentally insane” person, then flirted with an older woman, and finally admitted that seeing Lee Hyori on TV once got him so excited that he threw his remote control at the screen!
Chun Jung Myung (What’s Up Fox?) was released from mandatory military service, and you can find out why his nickname was “Devil Trainer” right here. Coffee Prince star Gong Yoo, meanwhile, is set to return to civilian (and celebrity) life on December 8th, and is now mulling over comeback project offers ranging from romantic comedies to thrillers.
Fans of the Hong Sisters’ romantic comedy-dramas (their latest, You’re Beautiful, just ended last week), and anyone curious about the writing of Korean dramas will want to catch this interview with the siblings who have written 5 hit shows together.
4,000 Japanese fans came out to greet Lee Min Ho on his first solo fan meeting in the country. Promoting his photo book Travel with Min Ho, the Boys Over Flowers star told the crowd that he wants to make a travel pictorial book on the streets of Japan.
Nana Eikura (Maison Ikkoku, Hitomi) will star in the newly-announced Japanese drama Nakanai to Kimeta Hi (“The Day I Decided Not to Cry,”) in which she’ll star as a young office lady who decides to endure the merciless bullying of her coworkers.
Idol and drama actress Ariel Lin (They Kiss Again) speaks frankly about her current project, the stage production Man and Woman: War and Peace. Among the many characters she plays in the show are an angel, devil and matchmaker. 8 wardrobe changes a night and the demands of dancing in high heels have left her with precisely “24 bruises” on her feet!