Yoo Seung Ho to enter army

Yoo Seung Ho is going from being Korea’s “little brother” to Korea’s “military man”.

The actor’s agency revealed on December 20 that Yoo Seung Ho had decided to fulfill his mandatory military duties once filming for I Miss You ends.

The agency added that the actor has every desire to enlist into Korea’s regular army forces among the front lines and not among the ranks of the military’s media or entertainment side.

A spokesperson for his agency said, “Yoo Seung Ho has a strong belief and will that he is a Korean youth first and foremost before he is an actor and that he must carry out his duties with his peers.”

The actor, who turned 20 in Korea this year, was said to want to serve his military duties with others his age, as most Korean men choose to carry out their mandatory service duties shortly after high school or during university, unlike most male Korean celebrities who choose to delay their enlistment until they turn 29.

His agency added, “As I Miss You will be his final production before he enters his military duties, he will do his best to ensure the production will be a meaningful one for him as an actor.”

Yoo Seung Ho will take a short break after I Miss You finishes filming before enlisting in early 2013.

Photo Credit: San Entertainment
http://ph.omg.yahoo.com/news/yoo-seung-ho-to-enter-army-012707984.html

Park Shi Hoo Originally Comes From a Rich Family

Park Shi Hoo Originally Comes From a Rich Family

On the shooting of SBS’s “Healing Camp” that will be aired on December 10, actor Park Shi Hoo appeared as a guest and revealed his past.

Park Shi Hoo admitted that his family has owned a rich farm in Boo Yeo city for three generations. Park Shi Hoo, however, wanted to become an actor and therefore left to Seoul. Unlike everyone’s expectation, Park Shi Hoo did not receive any help from his family. Until he became successful as an actor, he had to live in poverty and work his way up.

When Park Shi Hoo stated that he started his acting career by participating in musicals, MC asked, “You did musicals just to make yourself look like a good actor, right?” Park Shi Hoo answered, “I wanted to create an image of a skillful actor.”

On this episode, which will be aired at 11:15PM on December 10, Park Shi Hoo will discuss the early days of his career in musicals and underwear modeling.

Source – Soompi

Yoo Seung Ho & Yeo Jin Goo compared: why noonas are falling for them

 

Yoo Seung Ho and Yeo Jin Goo, both actors have the noonas falling for them left and right.

On the December 9th installment of MBC’s ‘Section TV Entertainment Relay‘, the comparison of actors Yoo Seung Ho and Yeo Jin Goo was presented. Former child actor Yoo Seung Ho is now all grown up and current child actor Yeo Jin Goo is considered to be the best by many.

The reason for much of the attention on Yoo Seung Ho and Yeo Jin Goo was thanks to their amazing acting skills despite their young age. Both Yoo Seung Ho and Yeo Jin Goo debuted even before they started in grade school and were referred to as an ‘Acting prodigy’.

Both of the actors also played some memorable roles. Yoo Seung Ho played the role of the young King Sejong on the drama ‘The King and I’, who appeals to the Queen mother to avoid marrying someone against his wishes and on the drama ‘The Moon that Embraces the Sun’, Yeo Jin Goo played the role of the Crown Prince Lee Hwon appealing to the King, his father, for the same reasons.

What’s also interesting is that Yoo Seung Ho and Yeo Jin Goo have both showed off some amazing dances on a CF for the same snack item.

There is also something else that draws attention about the actors. The rival character to Yeo Jin Goo’s character often grows up to become Yoo Seung Ho apparently. In both dramas ‘Warrior Baek Dong Soo’ and ‘I Miss You’, Yoo Seung Ho plays the adult role of Yeo Jin Goo’s rivals.

Yoo Seung Ho was not able to see his own movie ‘Blind’ because he was a minor and Yeo Jin Goo still hasn’t seen the movie ‘Frozen Flower’ for the same reason.

A child actors casting director commented about the two actors, “There is strength in their eyes, a stare that’s different from other young actors. Yeo Jin Goo’s accompanied by his mother and Yoo Seung Ho by his manager to the sets and both of them are taught great manners strictly. It could be a big reason why they have grown without losing the focus from the beginning. I believe that for 2 to 3 years, they will be the dominating presence.”

Image: MBC ‘Section TV Entertainment Relay’ Source: NewsEN via Nate
http://kpopfever.com/2012/12/yoo-seung-ho-yeo-jin-goo-compared-why-noonas-are-falling-for-them/

Moon Chae Won’s Friends

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In a couple recent interviews, Nice Guy’s Moon Chae Won talked about her close celebrity friends like Moon Geun Young who she revealed she often receives texts from and leans on for emotional support.

“I am so thankful to those two people (Moon Geun Young, Han Hyo Joo). It is to the point that while working, I think ‘I have such good fortune to have kind friends.’ Although (Moon) Geun Young is a senior in acting, she monitors me well. I’m so appreciative.”

“When Moon Geun Young, Son Ye Jin unni or Han Hyo Joo sends me text messages, I don’t delete them. They say such
affectionate words that when I look at them during difficult times, they give me strength. A lot of their words are like medicine to me. I live thinking I have a lot of good fortune to have kind friends.”