G-Dragon placed 3rd in “real estate tycoon in the entertainment industry”.
On the TV show ‘eNews – Lists Revealed‘ on the cable channel tvN (broadcasted on the 7th), they looked at the homes, price, living conditions, interior and the neighbors of celebrities.
Not only is his apartment equipped with the latest technology and design and has an anonymous postal service, it also has one of the best views; being able to see Seogang bridge, Mapo-bridge, Kangbyeon road, and Yeoyi-do just outside the window of the apartment.
tvN’s new drama ‘Shut Up Flower Boy Band’ is being aired in nine different Asian countries!
Back in December, we reported that INFINITE‘s L would be starring in a new tvN mini-series called ‘Shut up Flower Boy Band‘. tvN has already released a first trailer, and now they’ve followed up with a longer video.
The trailer begins with the thought, “John Lennon once said, ‘The Beatles are more famous than Jesus.’ We’re neither special nor famous — we just do want we want to do.”
The video then kicks into high gear with scenes of loud rock performances at indie houses, hoodlum shenanigans, and other vignettes into a young boy’s carefree lifestyle.
Check out the trailer below!
INFINITE‘s L has been cast in tvN‘s new flower boy-themed drama, ‘Shut Up Flower Boy Band‘, and character cuts of his new image were released today!
L’s always been known for his chic look, so pulling off his character (who has the nickname ‘ice prince’) was no problem at all. Dressed in black and white, he’s seen posing confidently with a guitar, giving the aura of a successful band leader.
Netizens commented, “L, he is the leader of band fashion,” and “Can’t wait to see him act!”
L stated, “Every moment I’m on set with the hyungs is really fun. I’ve been practicing the guitar diligently since being cast for the role so I hope that our fans can look forward to the drama.”
tvN’s follow-up “Flower Boy” series has unveiled its first teaser that introduces its cast of characters. As reported earlier, “Shut Up: Flower Boy Band” is the second in the “Flower Boy” series that tvN is producing, after the successful “Flower Boys of the Ramen Shop.”
NBC‘s ‘Saturday Night Live‘ will be making a huge jump over the Pacific, as tvN has announced plans to create a spin-off of the famed show for the Korean audience.
Simply titled ‘Saturday Night Live Korea’, the comedy program will employ a similar format to its American brethen, with a weekly guest creating a show composed of several skits around his or her character.
This will be the first time that Korean broadcast networks will attempt a live comedy show. The SNLK crew will consist of 16 individuals talented in acting and comedy, including Lee Hae Young, Lee Han Wi, and many others.
“There are about 10 corners in SNL, and it will be broadcast live. Since it is a live production, everything from beginning to end must be scripted,” said Jang Jin, the director slated to helm the project. “Everything that might go wrong must be planned for as well. This is the most nervous I’ve felt waiting for a project to start.”