Hi, Sikseekers, we’re back with more fun news bits from Yoo Ah In ^^ The second half of September was so full of fun because he was in a very happy and playful mood, and posted more surprises for us in his SNS! 2,937 more words
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[Sikseekers on Korean News] Fans from 12 countries donate 6 million Won to The Beautiful Foundation on Yoo Ah In's Birthday
Hi guys! Sikseekland a.k.a Sikseekers is on the news again! (Nope, this is not our first time) :)
As we’ve previously reported here, Yoo Ah In’s fans from 12 countries all over the world celebrated his birthday by donating around 6 million Won (₩6,082,814 to be exact, or approximately $5,312) to The Beautiful Foundation for his birthday, October 6th. 655 more words
This is a special announcement to the foreigners/fans who live outside Korea.
Chicago Typewriter is conducting a survey for Director’s Cut Blue-ray/DVD version. It’s more like a petition for the production team to release the director’s cut version of this drama. 266 more words
Director Lee Chang Dong’s new movie “Burning” confirmed newcomer Jeon Jong Seo (or Jun Jong Seo) as the leading actress.
Jun Jong Seo (22 years old) beat the competition after casting trials in an audition, and will star with Yoo Ah In in “Burning” as the character Haemi. 522 more words
Ilgan Sport reveals more details (and spoilers) about Haruki Murakami’s film adaptation “Burning”.
“Burning” tells the story of a chaebol, a deliveryman, and a woman. Yoo Ah In confirmed his appearance as the lead character deliveryman… 794 more words
Yoo Ah In News Bits July: Military Manpower & UAA Got His Back, Concrete's Housewarming, Song Joong Ki, and More
We’re back! Without further ado while picking up where we left off, here’s the July News Bits~^^
July 3 and 6 – Studio Concrete announced that the Series 1 TO 10 Version 2 “Masterpiece” products will be available on the WEST 3rd floor of Apgujeong Galleria Department Store for 6 days. 3,432 more words
A successful novelist and screenwriter before becoming a director, Lee Chang Dong came late to filmmaking, but quickly established himself as one of Korea’s most talented directors, and one of the principal architects of the director-driven Korean independent cinema that has enjoyed much critical acclaim around the world since millenium, with Venice and Cannes awarding him top prizes for the brilliant “Oasis” and “Secret Sunshine”. 876 more words