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  1. Seventeen is keeping their fans busy with another set of alluring teaser photos for their impending comeback. The latest set of teaser images take on the concept of 'beside their loved one'. The members are seen artfully posing to show off their gorgeous side profiles in this set of teasers. Meanwhile, Seventeen will be launching their 2021 project 'Power of Love' with their comeback album. Seventeen's 8th mini-album 'Your Choice' is set to drop on June 18 at 6 PM KST. How are you liking their comeback concept? source: allkpop
  2. Sometimes we don’t want a K-Drama that will make us comfortable. Sometimes we want the wild, crazy ones that will have us eagerly anticipating each episode. The easiest way to find these shows is to find some with revenge plots! Yes, whether it’s murder, being fired, or defamation, these characters want their revenge and will get it by any means necessary. Here are just 5 vengeful K-Dramas that will leave you on the edge of your seat! 1. Pinocchio The idealistic Choi In Ha (Park Shin Hye) is a broadcast journalist who suffers from “Pinocchio Syndrome,” which makes her hiccup whenever she tells a lie. Her colleagues include Choi Dal Po (Lee Jong Suk), who has a sharp memory; Seo Bum Jo (Kim Young Kwang), a wealthy heir; and Yoon Yoo Rae (Lee Yoo Bi), whose fangirl knowledge comes in handy when covering the news. This series examines how irresponsible media organizations could destroy families and ruin reputations. One of the characters has had their life ruined by a rumor and strives to prove their family’s innocence. 2. Money Flower Managing director Kang Pil Joo (Jang Hyuk) is known for his intelligence and high performance and is envied by many in the Chungah Group. He keeps his real identity a secret from the Chungah Group and is their obedient servant; however, he is actually manipulating them for his scheme. He planned to make Na Mo Hyun (Park Se Young) fall in love with Jang Bu Cheon (Jang Seung Jo) as revenge, but he suddenly finds himself falling in love with her instead. This series will have you fully immersed almost instantly. It’s thrilling to see how Pil Joo’s revenge plan unfolds and how many of the characters get in his way. 3. Monster A man takes on the corrupt elite or “monsters” whose identities are hidden from the public after he loses his family in a conspiracy planned by very powerful people. Through the darkness, he finds love and is taught generosity and the true meaning of life. The main character was once the heir to a chain of hospitals, but once his parents and aunt were brutally murdered, he lost everything. Eventually, he changes his appearance and gains a new identity in an attempt to get revenge on those who have wronged him. 4. Doctor Prisoner This series centers around a skilled doctor in a university hospital’s emergency care center. His medical license gets suspended after a medical malpractice incident happens when the hospital board director causes a scene. He decides to apply to work at a prison, where he plans to become friends with the most powerful people there—business tycoons, celebrities, sports stars, etc. With these allies, he hopes to get revenge against the hospital that fired him. This series is a rollercoaster ride with incredibly convincing actors. While most would probably just file a complaint, this lead takes it to a whole new level. 5. The Last Empress Set in an alternate universe where Korea is a monarchy in 2018, Oh Sunny (Jang Na Ra) is an optimistic musical actress who marries the emperor. She becomes involved in the palace power struggle and a mysterious murder that sets off events that threaten the monarchy itself. She teams up with Na Wang Shik (Choi Jin Hyuk), who works as a bodyguard for the imperial family to uncover the Imperial family’s crimes. Na Wang Shik originally started working in the palace to take revenge on the person responsible for his mother’s death. As a makjang (over-the-top Drama) that makes fun of makjang tropes, you know it’s going to be a wild ride. The main revenge plot is Na Wang Shik’s, but the entire series will have you on the edge of your seat. source: koreaboo
  3. There are plenty of K-Dramas made every year, but not all of them live up to our expectations. In fact, a lot don’t. While it’s all up to your own preferences, there will always be those few series that just push you the wrong way. Whether it’s terrible characters, an insane plot, or a what-just-happened ending, these 4 K-Dramas were just some of the many frustrating shows that the Internet has experienced. 1. The Penthouse The residents of Hera Palace, a luxury penthouse apartment, have many secrets and ambitions. Shim Su Ryeon (Lee Ji Ah), born into wealth, is the queen of the penthouse. Cheon Seo Jin (Kim So Yeon) does all she can to give everything to her daughter. Oh Yoon Hee (Eugene) comes from a poor family background but hopes to enter high society by becoming the queen of the penthouse. A battle for wealth, power, and prestige begins. The Penthouse is a Makjang Drama, meaning an “Over-the-top Drama,” so, in some ways, it’s meant to be frustrating. This, of course, isn’t for everyone. This show easily gets people stressed and on the edge of their seats while sometimes not making much sense, making it quite a difficult watch. 2. Record of Youth Sa Hye Joon (Park Bo Gum) is a smart, handsome, and kind man who happens to be a popular model. His dream is to become an actor, but he has failed in many auditions. Meanwhile, Ahn Jung Ha (Park So Dam) works as a make-up artist. Cheerful on the outside but lonely on the inside, Jung Ha relieves her stress by fangirling over idols. Record of Youth drew people in with their amazing cast but sadly fell very short of their expectations. Many people weren’t happy with the couple’s chemistry and were extremely frustrated with how horrible the Male Lead’s father and brother were. When you can’t stand to watch the main couple, it’s impossible to watch the series. 3. Something in the Rain Yoon Jin Ah (Son Ye Jin) is a woman in her mid-30s who doesn’t know what it’s like to date a man. Men often think she is clumsy, bland, reckless, and foolish, causing them to break up with her easily. Then, Seo Joon Hee (Jung Hae In) reappears in her life. Joon Hee is Jin Ah’s childhood friend, who used to live next door. She always remembered him as a little kid, but now, he’s a tall, masculine man! Although she is surprised by his appearance, her gut tells her that she could truly fall in love this time. For fans, the Female Lead’s mother was so unbelievably unbearable that it caused many people to drop the series early. Other viewers had issues with the Female Lead in general and said that the entire last half of the show was awful and ridiculous. 4. Love Alarm The mobile app Love Alarm rings when someone likes you and is within 10 meters of you. The app also shows how many people like you but doesn’t reveal specific details. Kim Jo Jo (Kim So Hyun) cheerful high school student who lives with her Aunt, as he parents died when she was young. Living there is awful for her. She doesn’t download the app as her phone isn’t new enough. Meanwhile, Hwang Sun Oh (Song Kang) is a popular student at the same high school. He is the son of a wealthy family, but his parents don’t love him. His best friend Lee Hye Yeong (Jung Ga Ram) also goes to the same high school. Hwang Sun Oh notices that his best friend likes Kim Jo Jo and kisses her to test him. Almost everyone was fine with season 1, but season 2 was where things began to go downhill. Ultimately it came down to the characters not communicating with each other, which was frustrating to watch. The second season left a lot unanswered while also bringing in new points that were never delved into. It just did a 180, and both the plot and the characters weren’t the same. What are the most frustrating kdramas that you've watched? Lemme know below! source: koreaboo
  4. During their latest appearance on Weekly Idol, TXT got the chance to watch and react to cover videos sent in by MOAs. The first was a dance cover of “Blue Hour” sent in by Philippine fans. ▶︎ The members and hosts were all impressed by their dancing skills, and kept gushing about their moves and attention to detail. ▶︎ Next up was a lovely song cover of “Way Home” from another Philippine fan. The moment she started singing, the members all joined in, leading to a beautiful and soft rendition of their song. Afterwards, they had nothing but positive things to say. They were so touched by the sweet covers their fans made, and impressed by their skills! source: koreaboo
  5. Pledis Entertainment recently dropped SEVENTEEN’s eighth mini album, Your Choice, ONE SIDE version official photos in preparation for their comeback. In the revealed photos, a variety of different charms can be seen, showing off a more sophisticated side. The overall concept of the photos gives off a warm and romantic mood. The visuals and color palette also matches well with their title track, “Ready To Love”. Stay tuned for the release of this album on June 18. source: koreaboo
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  7. The members of BLACKPINK each have their own unique charms that would make them perfect Disney characters…but how would they actually look in an animated movie? Check out how they might look reimagined as Disney characters below and try to imagine them in their own movie! 1. Jennie Jennie’s cat-like features and expressive brows are just a few of her key features… …and her Disney self definitely brings these, along with her charisma, to the table! Jennie | @intothemun/Twitter Jennie’s character might look chic, but inside, she’s a softie! 2. Jisoo Jisoo has soft visuals and doe-like eyes… …and of course, her Disney version must have them, as well! Jisoo | @intothemun/Twitter Jisoo’s character would have a gentle and sweet appearance but has the caring and responsible personality of a leader. 3. Rosé Rosé’s unique and captivating beauty, as well as her blonde locks, are essential for her Disney self. Anyone can tell instantly that this is her! Rosé | @intothemun/Twitter Rosé’s character would share her bubbly and cute personality, along with her passionate work ethic. 4. Lisa Lisa’s doll-like eyes and bangs are just a few of the things her animated character would have. Disney Lisa is unmistakably her! Lisa | @intothemun/Twitter Lisa’s character would have her lively and cool personality — and perhaps she would be a little mischievous as the youngest! source: koreaboo
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