Upcoming SBS drama “Entertainer” (previously known as “Ddanddara”), starring Ji Sung, Hyeri and Kang Min Hyuk, released new drama stills and second hilarious teaser.
The drama continues to drops ridiculous and hilarious teasers, with Ji Sung bringing incredible comedic energy to his character. Hopefully the drama will live up to this comedic side but balance it with the trials and tribulations of succeeding in the cut-throat K-pop industry. Continue reading →
Upcoming SBS Korean drama “Entertainer“, recently confirmed it’s main cast with Ji Sung, Hyeri, Kang Min Hyuk and Chae Jung An, and is now rounding up the supporting cast.
The drama is about a former top agent played by Ji Sung, who launches his own entertainment company and forms a band. As Ji Sung’s protégés and Kang Min Hyuk’s band mates joining the cast are Teen Top‘s L.Joe, 5urprise‘s Gong Myung, and Lee Tae Sun. Continue reading →
Ji Sung and Kang Min Hyuk has been confirmed as the leads in upcoming SBS drama “Entertainer” (previously known as “Ddanddara“).
The drama will tell the story of a former top CEO at large entertainment company, who falls on the bottom when he forms his own agency. He forms a band of young singers and together they overcome the struggles. Continue reading →
Actor Ji Sung becomes the new model for multi-vitamin brand ‘Berocca‘.
Ji Sung’s lively image seems to fit perfectly with the vitamin product’s image and CF concept,’The moment you need a recharge.‘ Meanwhile his agency revealed that the actor is currently reviewing dramas for his next project, making fans buzz with anticipation. Continue reading →
Ji Sung (Kill Me, Heal Me)and Park Bo Gum (Answer Me 1988) are courted for new drama “Entertainer“.
The drama story is about people who have gathered together to assemble a rag-tag band (musical group). Ji Sung’s offered character was once head manager of Korea’s biggest entertainment agency, handling the top singers, while now is a struggling CEO of his own agency managing (the most pathetic) rookies; while Park Bo Gum is courted likely to be a rookie talent that Ji Sung’s character recruits. Continue reading →
MBC 2015 Drama Awards made many happy, being the first to finally giveactor Ji Sung the much deserved Daesang (Grand Prize), for his incredible performance in “Kill Me Heal Me“. His co-stars Hwang Jung Eum and Park Seo Joon were the other big winners of the night, receiving Top Excellence actress, Director’s Award, and Popularity and Excellence actor and Popularity respectfully.
Not surprisingly and very much deservingly “Kill Me Heal Me” won Best Drama of the Year, but what brought a lot of smiles was when Ji Sung and Park Seo Joon won Best Couple for “Kill Me Heal Me”, and thier sweet and funny dynamic, where Park Seo Joon was the object of adoration by one of Ji Sung’s personalities, crazy teenager-girl Yo-na. Continue reading →
To the delight of fans of two of the sweetest dramas this year, “She Was Pretty” and “Kill Me, Heal Me“, a cute parody combining them has been released.
The cute parody is called “Yona Was Pretty” and uses Park Seo Joon‘s character from “She Was Pretty” Ji Sung Joon, and the viewers favourite adorable Yona, one of the seven identities of Ji Sung‘s character from “Kill Me, Heal Me”. In the pretty cute and funny parody, Yona is crushing on the cold Ji Sung Joon, bringing nostalgia for the dramas and their characters. Continue reading →
Actor Ji Sung transforms into an enigmatic vampire for short film “My Neighbour is a Vampire” premiering at the Busan Film Festival.
Ji Sung will turn into a dark yet quirky vampire in a black comedy about a vampire who lives in a morgue and meets a dead girl who is transported there. In first stills from the film vampire Ji Sung emanates dark charm and mysterious aura, looking like a cross between our favourite character Shin Se Ki of “Kill Me Heal Me” and Hollywood actor Johny Depp.Continue reading →
Last night was the last episode of ‘Kill Me, Heal Me’ ending on a heartwarming note. ’Kill Me, Heal Me’ is without a doubt my favourite K-drama of the year with a great script, amazing directing and the outstanding acting of the whole team, from the leads to the supporting characters, that brought this story to life.
Ji Sung was brilliant playing every one of the seven personalities, making each and every one of them memorable. My personal favourite are Shin Se Ki and Ahn Yo Na, but Cha Do Hyun really stood out and won the hearts with his sweet kindness. Saying goodbye to them, as each of the personalities found some peace and took their leave, proved to be very emotional and left a strong impact. Continue reading →
‘Kill Me, Heal Me’ has gathered a lot of buzz for its unique story and brilliant acting performance, and now is also influencing beauty and fashion trends in Korea. In the history of K-Drama beauty trends, Ji Sung is the first male actor to affect sales in makeup products.
The drama is having an impact on raising sales for brands featured in the show in a very fun and unique way. Ji Sung plays Cha Do Hyun, who suffers from multiple personality disorder. One of his seven personalities is a 17-year-old high school girl Yoo Na, a troublemaker and idol boy-crazy, who become viewers’ favourite because of her antics. Continue reading →