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    The holidays. Sure, we love family, friends, and food. But who doesn't love getting and giving gifts even more? Don't sit back and accept that ugly snowman sweater as an inevitable reality! Give and request what you and your friends really want this year.


    Just in time for the holidays, you can purchase Viki Pass, the gift of global TV. Watch Viki in HD, without ads, with exclusive content and in convenient 3-month, 6-month, or 1 year upgrade options -- all redeemable with a code by email. The more months you buy, the bigger the savings (woot!).



    Make the fangirl or fanboy in your life happy this holiday season. Or share this link with parents, friends or Santa to give them the not-so-subtle hint. ;)





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    Ready for some holiday cheer, Viki style? 

    First, check out what's coming soon, including Kim Hyun Joong's return to TV, "Inspiring Generation" available worldwide this January. Reminder also to let us know what shows you loved on Viki this year in our annual Fan Favorite Vote.

    And finally, the holidays aren't complete without holiday memes - share these with friends and family: 



    What do you want this holiday season? We loved So Ji Sub in "Master's Sun." 






    The holiday season is a great time to spend with family and friends, including your favorite fictional ones like the group in Flower Boy Next Door



    If you're going to ask Santa for something under the tree, you might as well dream big, right? While you wait for your favorite stars to be wrapped up, watch them in some of their best roles like Lee Min Ho in "Heirs," Mario Maurer in "To Each a Flower," Jang Geun Suk in "Beautiful Man," and Kim Soo Hyun in "The Moon Embracing the Sun."





    Need something to get excited about in the New Year? Kim Hyun Joong returns to TV in K-Drama "Inspiring Generation," available worldwide to Viki fans! 




    Happy Holidays from all of us at Viki! And don't forget to tell us which shows you're watching this holiday season.

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    From all of us at Viki, to our amazing community all over the world, we wish you Happy Holidays and a joyous New Year!



    Also, special shout-out to the below Viki community members who contributed to our Happy Holidays e-card. What other languages are we missing? Share yours in the comments here or on on Facebook and Twitter!

    keii2009
    norzaman_agha
    shms
    mateja_3
    spanic
    kiki14_2
    Bastet
    LaLena
    seca2204
    la_bonita29
    Mayaka19
    KarolineL
    elsa_astrom
    edvagab
    soncka
    brightshade



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    Bells are ringing, presents are being wrapped; our favorite snowy season is right around the corner! While you curl up warm and fuzzy in bed, what better to snuggle with than dramas and movies?

    In the spirit of Christmas, here are some of the things that fondly remind us of the holiday season!

    Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer

    The tale of Rudolph, the red-nosed reindeer is a classic Christmas story. Relive your childhood memories with this Christmas tale of an underdog who helps light the way for Santa's sleigh.


    Rudolph is one of our favorite Christmas stories of all time.



    Santa Claus

    What would Christmas be without this white-bearded jolly old man sliding down chimneys and stuffing presents in everyone's Christmas stockings? See Santa in action in the animated cartoon.


    Santa Claus rides around the world in his sleigh in this classic cartoon.



    And check out actor Ethan Ruan, who sneakily dresses up as Santa in the Taiwanese drama, My Queen



    Food

    One of the best parts of this joyous season is a home-cooked holiday feast.Let's Eatis a Korean drama made especially to get your mouth watering. It's all about eating, and features B2ST's handsome leader Doojoon as a food-loving playboy.



    White Wonderland


    When we think of the holidays, we think of a white wonderland of gorgeous winter weather. Whether you live in the snow-covered hills in Europe or the warmer climates of Singapore and Australia, get into the holiday spirit by snuggling with your loved ones and enjoying these dramas.

    That Winter, The Wind Blows

    An opportunistic con artist sees an easy prey in a blind heiress … until his emotions get in the way.




    In My Love From the Star, Kim Soo Hyun plays a 400-year-old alien from the Joseon era, who falls in love with a top actress. We can enjoy sweeping views of the Korean landscape in all different seasons.


    Kim Soo Hyun's immortal character plays over 10 different roles in Episode 1 alone.
    Tell us, what are some of your favorite shows that put you in a festive mood?



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    This winter, K-pop idols are taking lead roles in several anticipated new dramas. IU, known as the “Nation’s Little Sister” in Korea, will star in “Beautiful Man.” Yoona from Girls’ Generation will play a spunky reporter in “Prime Minister and I.”

    IU’s character in “Beautiful Man” is a very ordinary girl named Kim Bo Tong. In addition to being a strange-sounding girl’s name, “Bo Tong” literally means “average” in Korean! IU has acted in past dramas such as “Dream High,” and we’re excited to see her take on another cute, underdog role alongside the beautiful man himself, Jang Geun Suk.


    IU plays average schoolgirl Kim Bo Tong in Beautiful Man
    Prime Minister and I” is not Yoona’s first drama, either. She co-starred in the romantic melodrama, “Love Rain” with Jang Geun Suk. Yoona will shed her sleek idol image for the role, sporting a combination of curly hair and baggy clothes.

    Yoona is a courageous reporter in Prime Minister and I

    Miss Korea” stars the beautiful Lee Yeon Hee and premieres on December 18. The lovely actress is not a K-pop idol, but here’s a fun fact: Lee Yeon Hee was an S.M. trainee who almost debuted as part of Girls’ Generation! She chose to pursue her acting career instead.

    Which K-pop singer are you looking forward to seeing on Viki this winter? Let us know!

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    Want to be a part of the first ever LIVE concert on Viki? Were preparing for one of the biggest New Years Eve events in the world  the 2014 Taipei 101 New Years Eve Countdown — featuring performances by top Taiwanese Pop stars such as Rainie Yang, Wilber Pan, David Tao, and S.H.E.!

    The show's going live very soon! Join the watch party on our Taipei 101 YouTube Channel and stay tuned. You won’t want to miss this global entertainment showcase streamed real-time! 

    When: From 7:00 p.m. on December 31, 2013, to 1:00 a.m. on January 1, 2014 (Taiwan local time)
    Where: Live streaming on Vikis Taipei’s 101 YouTube Channel 
    Latest Artist Line-up: Bii, Dream Girls, S.H.E, Fukuyama Masaharu, Rainie Yang, Wilber Pan, Hebe, Janet, Luan Tan Ah Xiang, Wei Li An, Liu Zi Qian, Xia Yu Qiao, Yoga Lin, Lin Zhi Sheng, Yang Dai Kang, Hao Jiao Xiang Qi, Chairman, Lan Xin Mei, Xie Jin Yan, Guo Yan Wen and David Tao

    Don’t forget to check out our playlist of hit songs from the concert’s performers, and enjoy promotional clips and shout-out videos on our Viki channel.

    If you cant watch the concert live, you can see all of the footage subtitled by Viki volunteers (on a one-hour delay) on the 2014 Taipei 101 New Year’s Eve Countdown channel. 

    Want to help subtitle or segment the concert while its on air? Sign up to join the Taipei 101 channel team here in our discussion forums


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    Last night, the U.S. version of the famous drama franchise Boys Over Flowers, premiered last night, exclusively on Viki.com, in the United States. 


    You can watch the episode for yourself below. But first, check out our review, which points out a few of the most noticeable differences you'll see between the U.S. and Asian drama versions.


    Watch the First Episode of 'Boys Before Friends'



    What are the main differences between the U.S. show, "Boys Before Friends," and the Asian dramas?

    Grown Ups and Graduate School

    “Boys Before Friends” takes the classic love story out of high school and plants it in a performing arts graduate school. As we meet the main characters in the opening sequence, we learn that they are adults in their 20s who live apart from their families. This is one important difference between the American and Asian versions, which featured parents in major decision-making roles. We’ll have to wait to see whether the infamous evil mother appears in future episodes!


    Bullying Is for All Ages


    In the first episode, we see some familiar bullying scenes inspired by the Asian dramas: An innocent girl gets her homemade cake smashed in her face, and classmates pour trash on the heroine, Zoey. There are even some more creative tactics added to the mix. While it’s unusual to see this kind of behavior from adults in graduate school, the description of the four “F4” boys reveals that privileged backgrounds have allowed them to act like children with no consequences.


    'Z3'and the Power of Friends


    In the behind-the-scenes interview, cast members talked about the changes we could expect to see in the American Boys Over Flowers remake. Without a doubt, one of the biggest differences I noticed was that Zoey was given a strong group of girlfriends. These girls not only listen to Zoey’s stories about events at school and offer advice, they also stick up for Zoey when she’s in trouble, fearlessly facing the F4 (and naming themselves “Z3” for fun). Some of my favorite scenes were watching Zoey, Piper, and Chloe joke around with each other; their friendship will definitely be a highlight in the show.

    The attractive, multicultural cast of Boys Before Friends.
    We hope you enjoyed the review of 
    “Boys Before Friends Episode 1! You can catch new episodes every Thursday on Viki.

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  • 12/29/13--03:00: Christmas with Lunafly
  • Christmas came early for some Lukies as they celebrated the joyous season with Lunafly during their recent showcase, Christmas with Lunafly Live in Singapore. From familiar tunes like ‘Fly to Love’ and ‘Day by Day’ (English version of Clear Day, Cloudy Day) to covers of classics and hit songs, Lunafly grabbed the hearts of their fans with their amazing live performances.






    Not only are they talented, their humour is a plus point as well! Teo did a perfect imitation of British-Korean member Sam’s accented English, and even teased the crowd with pick up lines in Mandarin.


    Pleasing the fans even more, Teo showed off his nifty dance moves to fellow labelmate LC9’s Mama Beat, drawing screams from the numerous fans. As it was their 450th day since debut, Lukies prepared a fan event - holding cards to congratulate them, and presented a cake to the 3 boys.



    Saving the best for the last, Christmas couldn’t get more exciting for Lukies when Lunafly came back for an encore in Santa costumes and even personally presented roses to the fans!


    Now Viki has a special present for Lukies around the world too! We will be giving away 3 autographed polaroids of Lunafly together with a Viki Tshirt. (Psst! Each of the Lunafly members have a Viki shirt too, so you might be one of the lucky fans to get an identical shirt with them!) 


    Stay tuned for more details on this exclusive giveaway!








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    If youre a K-drama fan, you might just be able to relate to my New Years resolutions. Here are my resolutions for the upcoming year.



    1. Watch More Dramas

    I started this resolution early. With all the great on-air dramas out lately, Ive resolved to keep up-to-date with Let’s Eat, The Prime Minister Is Dating, Miss Korea,” and My Love From the Star. Wish me luck!


    2. Learn a New Language

    Since youre watching dramas anyway, why not try subtitling to help build your Korean or other language skills? Watch and learn.




    3. Eat Better

    With easy-to-follow recipes from our Let’s Cook With Viki blog series, such as home-made jja jang myun, bubble milk tea, and more, we all can eat better (or more deliciously) in 2014.

    Dont be afraid to enjoy your food, just like Lee Min Ho does in the following episode of City Hunter.


    Check out our recipe for jja jang myun, or black bean noodles, here!

    4. Travel More

    For your travel inspiration, enjoy shots of exotic locales all over Southeast Asia and the world in Barefoot Friends and Here We Go, World Challenge. I say we all meet up in Korea next year! Whos with me?!

    I cant wait to visit Jeju Island, where countless K-drama scenes have been filmed.

    Ha Ni and Seung Jo play around on their honeymoon in Playful Kiss.
    Yi Jung and Ga Eul meet for a chat in Boys Over Flowers.

    5. Be Thankful for Loved Ones

    Let the holiday spirit of giving continue into 2014. Show your gratitude for family, friends, and the volunteers who subtitle your favorite shows on Viki. (Just leaving a nice comment on the video page makes their day!)


    6. Get in Shape

    Need some motivation to hit the gym? Ive found that watching K-dramas on my phone or tablet while working out on the treadmill does wonders! Think chocolate abs and shower scenes!

    Excuse me while I replay this scene of Kim Soo Hyun in My Love From the Star as inspiration to go to the gym.



    7. Explore Other Genres

    I tend to watch a lot of romantic comedies, so Ive resolved to watch more fantasy and action dramas next year, and dramas from outside of Korea. If you have the same idea, weve got your back — with Taiwanese dramas (e.g., Just You), Japanese dramas (e.g., Innocent Lilies), and telenovelas (e.g., Eva Luna).

    Just look at Aaron Yan in Just You — how cute is he?

    8. Try a New Look

    Trying on a new hairstyle or outfit is always fun, especially when you need that extra spring in your step to tackle your New Years resolutions. Makeovers are a key plot point in many dramas, such as Boys Over Flowers, Coffee Prince, and Princess’ Stand In.



    9. Watch the Live Stream of the Taipei 101 New Year's Eve Countdown

    I'm going to ring in the new year with one of the biggest countdown events in the world! I'm talking about the Taipei 101 New Year's Eve Countdown, a LIVE concert featuring top Taiwanese pop stars such as Rainie Yang, Wilber Pan, David Yao, S.H.E, and Puff Guo from Dream Girls and the drama "Just You."

    You can watch the live stream on our Taipei Countdown YouTube Channel on December 31st. If you miss the live event, you can watch the show after the fact on our Viki Channel. Check out our blog post for more details!



    So what did you think? Can you relate to my New Year's resolutions? Tell us what you would add to this list!



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    Yoona of Girls Generation and actor Lee Seung Gi are dating!

    The K-entertainment world got a big surprise on New Years Eve when news broke that two of the hottest stars in Korea  Yoona of Girls Generation and actor Lee Seung Gi  are officially dating!

    The Korean news agency Dispatch caught the couple on several dates since September. Its coverage includes pictures from a date in October, when Lee Seung Gi had just returned to Korea after his concert in Japan and picked up Yoona for a date at the Han River and gave her a gift as well. Both stars agencies were quick to confirm that the pair is indeed dating, emphasizing that the couple is in the beginning stages of getting to know each other. 

    Lee Seung Gi has publicly stated that Yoona is his ideal type multiple times and was also teased about it while hosting the variety show Strong Heart. Yoona has had several moments with Lee Seung Gi on Strong Heart, including in Episode 1, Episode 4 and Episode 18, in which she chose Lee Seung Gi as her ideal type over 2PMs Taecyeon.

    Yoona is currently starring in the hit drama The Prime Minister Is Dating and previously appeared in Love Rain. You can find Lee Seung Gi in The King 2 Hearts,” Gu Family Book, My Girlfriend Is a Gumiho, Shining Inheritance and Strong Heart. 

    Congratulations to the young couple!





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    The results are finally in! You voted in our Viki Fan Favorites 2013 poll and told us about your favorite shows of the year. Without further ado, we bring you the winners of the Viki Fan Favorites for 2013:


    Favorite Comeback Performance: Jo In Sung in That Winter, The Wind Blows
    (2nd place: Choi Ji Woo in The Suspicious Housemaid)



    Favorite Action Drama: Gu Family Book
    (2nd place:Two Weeks)



    Favorite Romantic Comedy: Master’s Sun
    (2nd place:Flower Boy Next Door)


    Favorite Couple: Park Shin Hye and Lee Min Ho in Heirs
    (2nd place: Gong Hyo Jin and So Ji Sub in Master’s Sun)

    Park Shin Hye and Lee Min Ho are your Favorite Couple for 2013.
    Favorite Taiwanese Drama: Just You
    (2nd place:Love Around)




    Aaron Yan's drama intrigued fans


    Favorite Korean Drama: Heirs
    (2nd place:Master’s Sun)

    Heirs was your favorite drama this year
    Let us know in the comments whether your favorite drama won any of the Viki Fan Favorite distinctions for the past year!

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    We dont judge, but here are 10 helpful signs that maybe youre watching just a little too much Viki, and your life has been consumed by the wonderful world of asian dramas.


    1. Weekends Are for Drama Marathons

    Just like Mary in Marry Me, Mary! we stayed up all night watching almost an entire season of a drama. Guilty, and not even sorry.





    2. You Consider Back Hugs to Be Second Base

    Like this one from To The Beautiful You, hugging someone you like from the back is really getting intimate! Omo, so scandalous.



    3. You Think All Men Should Look Like This

    All men should be semi-dressed and ever-so-cool like Rain in Fugitive Plan B. I mean, really?! Hes so hot, he set that car on fire.



    4. Youre Learning Korean or Another Language

    Oppa, annyoung, wae these are some of the first words any K-Drama fan learns. Add the cute wave like Jeremy in You’re Beautiful and youll be fluent in the language of your favorite drama in no time!

    Saranghae to all our fans who make learning languages on Viki possible!




    5. You Think Kissing With Your Eyes Open Is Totally Normal

    The eyes stay open in this scene with Lee Min Ho and Park Min Young in City Hunter and basically every other kissing scene in an Asian drama ever. See our list of best kisses in dramas.



    6. Youre Often Sleep Deprived

    Just like Lee Min Ho in Heirs, youre sad and tired except you dont have a pretty cry.





    7. You Think Piggy Back Rides Are an Efficient Form of Transportation

    Just like Kim Sun Ah in My Name Is Kim Sam Soon, you think that getting carried around is way faster — and better — than walking on your own.



    8. You Suffer Physical and Emotional Pain While Watching Dramas

    So many feels. No Im fine, I just need a moment.


    When a character dies youve been known to not leave your house for days. OMG, do we have to bring up King 2 Hearts Episode 19?





    9. You Think All Showers Should Be Filled With Angst

    In “My Princess,” Song Seung Heon showed off his six-pack in a pensive shower scene during the second episode of the show. Yet another reason to watch. 



    10. You Cant Contain Your Excitement for a New Episode and Watch Without Subtitles

    As soon as a new episode is uploaded, you want to watch immediately even though the subtitles are not yet completed. But really, our community of fans is awesome weve got this, just try to wait a few hours and the subtitles will be there.



    Are you watching too many dramas? How many of these signs do you have? Maybe you have signs that we havent even mentioned. Let us know!


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    Last month, we covered K-pop group Lunafly’s showcase, Christmas With Lunafly Live in Singapore. Even if you couldnt make it to the event, you now have a chance to win an autographed polaroid from Lunafly, exclusively for Viki community members, and a Viki T-shirt! All you need to do for a chance to win is participate in our photo caption contest!



    How to Enter:

    1. Add text to the photo above to create a funny imaginary scene starring Lunafly
    2. Post your captioned image on Twitter or Instagram
    3. Make sure to include @Viki and your Viki username in your Tweet or Instagram post (you must be following us on Twitter & Instagram)

    Three lucky winners will receive an autographed polaroid from Lunafly and a Viki T-shirt. The winners will be contacted via private message on Viki on Monday, January 13. Happy captioning!!





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    For fans of the wildly successful Korean drama “Boys Over Flowers,” there is no feature more iconic than Gu Jun Pyo’s curly, permed hair. And Ji Hoo’s flowing red locks are a close second. But what’s so important about the hairstyle in the making of international versions of the show?


    These hairstyles, some of which are adopted from the original Japanese manga, tell us a story about the characters and match their personalities. Gu Jun Pyo’s curly, almost over-styled hair is a sign of his wealth and rebellious nature. Ji Hoo’s straight, lighter hair adds to his peaceful, angelic presence.

    Check out all of the cast members and decide which hairstyle you like best!
    As you can see from the photo comparison above, some versions of the TV show have featured characters with hair completely different from the original manga. One of the biggest differences between the American characters of “Boys Before Friends” and their Asian counterparts is that their haircuts are mostly short. Liam Montgomery (Gu Jun Pyo’s counterpart) starts out the series with a long, wavy ponytail but cuts it off in Episode 2.



    Shorter hairstyles in the American version probably point to a cultural difference between what is fashionable for young men in the United States and in Asia, as well as the fashion of the year each show was filmed.

    What do you think of the American F4’s hair and fashion compared to the characters from Asia? Let us know!

    Lee Min Ho and Joseph Almani show off their hairstyles for BBF 



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    Nothing says Asian drama like a romance between a rich leading man and a poor innocent girl. The wealthy leading men are inevitably cold, bad-boy types, but were always won over by their bad-boy charm!

    Here are our favorite rich bad boys that we love to hate from our favorite Asian dramas!

    Dae Woong in My Girlfriend Is a Gumiho

    Dae Woong (played by Lee Seung Gi) is a spoiled, aimless young man who dreams of becoming an action movie star. But he accidentally releases a legendary gumiho (mythical nine-tailed fox) who helps to set him on the right path.



    Dae Woong killed us with his cuteness, too

    Joo Won in Secret Garden

    Joo Won (played by Hyun Bin) is an arrogant, conceited CEO who mistakes a struggling stuntwoman for a famous actress. The snobby businessman tries to forget about his gaffe, but he cannot get the feisty Ra Im (played by Ha Ji Won) out of his mind — and eventually out of his body! 





    Joon Pyo in Boys Over Flowers

    Yes, Joon Pyo (played by Lee Min Ho) is handsome and rich, but he also is an arrogant jerk. He torments Jan Di (played by Goo Hye Sun) when she stands up to his bullying, but in the end falls for her instead. Despite his possessive, jealous ways, Joon Pyo wins Jan Dis heart — and ours, too!




    Yang Tai in Princess’ Stand In

    In this Taiwanese drama, Yang Tai (played by Chris Wu) is a rich perfectionist who loses his fiancé in an accident. He pays for Da Huas (played by Nikki Hsieh) plastic surgery to make her resemble his lost love just to further his career. But who can resist the bad boys dashing good looks?



    Yang Tais good looks won us over in Princess’ Stand In


    Don't mind me, I'm just over here being handsome

    Crown Prince Lee Shin in Goong (aka Princess Hour)

    As the Crown Prince of South Koreas fictional monarchy, Lee Shin (played by Joo Ji Hoon) is maybe the richest guy on this list. But he isnt just royal, he is a royal jerk. When his girlfriend rejects his proposal, we dont blame her. Wed say NO to his smug face, too — Prince or no Prince. Forced to pursue an arranged marriage to Shin Chae Kyeong (played by Yoon Eun Hye), the Crown Prince is annoyed by her positive enthusiasm. But he soon falls in love with her sweetness, and we learn he is actually a big softy deep down inside (he owns a teddy bear!)

    The Crown Prince is tough on the outside but soft on the inside

    Who knew being bad could look so good? Who is your favorite rich bad boy? Let us know!


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    Calling all the single ladies out there! Sex in the Cityand Group of Womenare new Chinese dramas on Viki that focus on strong female friendships, relationships and family challenges. The women in these dramas face the all-too-familiar realities of life while still trying to find time to have fun, find love and make money. Youll be drawn to the different personalities of the female leads in these addicting dramas!

    The Love Seekers


    Julie (left) and Xiao Chun (right)
    Julie from Group of Women is focused on landing a rich husband. While some may call her a gold digger, we like her feisty personality.

    Xiao Chun from Sex in the Citylongs to find a boyfriend through blind dates, but she is an intense germaphobe who scares off potential guys.


    The Powerful Alphas

    Kasey (left) and Soso (right)

    Kasey from Group of Womenis an elite executive at her company. Although a little temperamental at times, her stability and years of work experience make her the most rational out of the lot.

    Soso from Sex in the Cityis the kind of woman who seems to get everything without trying. She radiates sex appeal and can get any man she wants wrapped around her elegant, manicured fingers.


    The Quiet Ones

    Bi Ran (left) and Ka Si (right) 
    Sometimes its the shy, quiet ones you have to watch out for! Bi Ran from Group of Womenis a high school English teacher whose glasses and bangs hide her tough attitude.

    Ka Si from Sex in the Citykeeps up a poker face towards any strangers she meets, but beneath that façade is an unexpectedly wild woman who desperately wants to find love.

    The Loyals

    Qing Xia (left) and Sha Jing (right)
    Qing Xia from Group of Womenis the boss of a bar, who still longs for the guy she dated seven years ago.

    Sha Jing from Sex in the Cityis a designer handbag addict who wants to start a business so her grandmother can move in with her. No dedication is as endearing like dedication to family!


    Which character can you relate to the most?


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    The hottest new K-drama of 2014 is fast approaching: Inspiring Generation, starring Kim Hyun Joong, which will premiere on January 15. We could not be more excited! Here are our top five reasons you should check out this upcoming Korean drama.

    1. Global Premiere  The show is available WORLDWIDE, and viewers in the Americas and Europe can enjoy the show exclusively on the Viki website and mobile apps.



    Inspiring Generation’ is available worldwide on Viki.

    2. Anticipated Comeback — This will be Kim Hyun Joongs first TV drama since Playful Kiss in 2010. We look forward to seeing how both his appearance and acting style have matured in this months premiere. Watch the behind-the-scenes showcase and press conference below, where the actors share their excitement.





    3. Strong Support — Have you seen the supporting cast? Song Jae Rim is a model-turned-actor with previous roles in Two Weeks, Nail Shop Paris and The Moon Embracing the Sun. Kim Jae Wook most recently played a ghost in Who Are You? Finally, you may remember Kwak Dong Yeon from Jang Ok Jeong, Lives in Love. He will play the younger version of Kim Hyun Joongs character. These talented, eye-catching actors should not be missed.


    The supporting cast includes Song Jae Rim, Kim Jae Wook and Kwak Dong Yeon.

    4. Historical Intrigue — Inspiring Generation” is a big budget, action-packed drama taking place in 1930s Shanghai, China. We can expect to see film-scale cinematography, impressive set design, and feel the bustling excitement of one of Asias first multicultural cities. Watch the trailer to get a taste.





    5. Delightful Fashion — Like Bridal Mask and Basketball, Inspiring Generation will feature a variety of colorful, intricate period costumes. The 1930s were a culturally transitional period, so characters may be seen wearing everything from traditional Japanese kimonos to Western leather jackets.

    The cast of Inspiring Generation, dressed in 1930s period costumes.
    Tell us what youre most excited to see in the premiere of Inspiring Generation on January 15!

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    Last week, we asked Viki community members and Lunafly fans to fill in the speech bubbles on a photo of the boys at their recent showcase, Christmas With Lunafly in Singapore, to create the best imaginary scene possible. We received many funny and creative entries, so it was difficult to choose just three fans to award a signed Lunafly polaroid and a Viki T-shirt. But we had to make the tough choices anyway! Thank you all for participating!


    Without further ado, we give you the winning entries of the Lunafly caption contest.




    Arent these captions clever?? Remember to follow Viki on Twitter, Facebook and our blog to find out about other exclusive contests related to your favorite artists and shows! And congratulations again to our three lucky winners!


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    Vikiは、世界中の人たちが韓国台湾中南米、そしてハリウッドなどの「グローバルテレビ」を観て楽しむことができる人気のサイトです。


    Vikiの素晴らしいところは、皆さんのようなファンのコミュニテイがボランティアで字幕を付けてくれていることなのです。ファンの皆さんは、仲間と興味を共有すると同時に、言葉の壁を取り除くための手助けもしてくれているのです。

    どうしてこんなことを言うかといいますと、もっとたくさんの番組を皆さんに観てもらうため、日本でもVikiを始めたいからなのです。でも、これは皆さんの協力なしでは実現できません。グローバルテレビを日本でも観るには必要なことがあります。

    番組や映画の日本語字幕付けへのご協力

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    The famous wax museum Madame Tussauds in Hong Kong has just unveiled its wax figure of Lee Min Ho. Lee Min Ho is the second Korean celebrity to have a wax figure in the Hong Kong museum.

    Lee Min Ho began his acting career in 2006 and shot to fame playing the infamous rich bad boy Gu Jun Pyo in the 2009 Korean drama Boys Over Flowers. He showed his action skills in the drama City Hunter” (2011) and his bravery as a tough warrior in The Great Doctor (Faith)” (2012). The actor most recently starred in Heirs” (2013), and his role as Kim Tan in the series garnered many drama awards. Lee Min Ho is now considered one of the hottest Asian actors and models working today, despite being only 26 years old.



    So, fans, can you tell which Lee Min Ho above is real and which is wax? Leave your answer as a comment below!



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