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- 11/17/14--14:56: _Kim Ja Ok: Remember...
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- 11/20/14--04:00: _Happy 29th Birthday...
- 10/30/14--04:00: Were You Born In October? So Was Jun Ji Hyun!
- 10/31/14--04:00: How to Survive Halloween — Viki Style!
- 11/01/14--04:00: ‘Birth of a Beauty’ and 9 Other Dramatic Transformations!
- 11/04/14--04:00: Grandmother Uses Viki to Learn French and Help the World
- On Wednesday, November 12, at 7 p.m. PST/10 p.m. EST and 3 a.m. GMT on November 13, we’ll start the 15-minute countdown to the premiere episode
- At 7:15 p.m. PST/10:15 p.m. EST and 3:15 a.m. GMT, we’ll all hit “play” together on Episode 1 of “Pinocchio”
- After the episode ends, we’ll host a 30-minute recap and discussion
- 11/06/14--12:30: New Japanese Titles Coming to Viki! ヤッター！
- 11/07/14--04:00: Who Is Your Favorite Evil Character in 2014?
- 11/07/14--10:15: Enter Viki’s ‘A Song for You’ Signed Polaroid Giveaway!
- 11/08/14--04:00: Congrats to the Top Subtitlers of October Sub-a-thon!
- 11/09/14--04:00: Who Is Your Favorite Newcomer/Breakout Drama Star of 2014?
- 11/11/14--04:00: What Is Your Favorite Drama Ending of 2014?
- 11/13/14--04:00: Give Us Your Best Caption for This Photo!
- 11/13/14--15:50: The Best Tweets From #PinocchioOnViki Live Twitter Event!
- 11/16/14--10:59: ‘It’s Okay, That’s Love’ Wins Big at APAN Star Awards
Mid-Length Drama Best Male Acting — Kim Soo Hyun (“My Love From the Star”)
- Mid-Length Drama Best Female Acting — Kim Hee Ae (“Secret Love Affair”)
- Long-Length Drama Best Male Acting — Jo Jae Hyun (“Jeon Do Jeon”)
- Long-Length Drama Best Female Acting — Kim Hee Sun (“Wonderful Days”)
- Mid-Length Drama Excellent Male Acting — Jung Woo (“Reply 1994”)
- Mid-Length Drama Excellent Female Acting — Park Shin Hye (“Heirs”)
- Long-Length Drama Excellent Male Acting — Kim Ji Hoon (“Jang Bo Ri Is Here”)
- Long-Length Drama Excellent Female Acting — Kim Ok Bin (“Yuna’s Street”)
- Male Supporting Actor Award — Ryu Seung Soo (“Wonderful Days”)
- Female Supporting Actress Award — Kim Hye Eun (“Secret Love Affair”)
- Male Rookie Award — D.O (“It’s Okay, That’s Love), Son Ho Joon (“Reply 1994,” “Trot Lovers”)
- Female Rookie Award — Nam Bo Ra (“Only Love,” “A Little Love Never Hurts”), Kim Seul Gi (“Discovery of Love”)
- Writer’s Award — Jung Sung Joo (“Secret Love Affair”)
- Child Actor Award — Kim Ji Young (“Jang Bo Ri Is Here”), Yoon Chan Young (“Mama”), Choi Kwon Soo (“Wonderful Days”), Kim Hyun Soo (“My Love From the Star”)
- Popular Star Award — Lee Kwang Soo (“It’s Okay, That’s Love), Jin Se Yeon (“Doctor Stranger”)
- Achievement Award — Choi Jin Shil
- Best OST Award — Ailee (“Fated to Love You [aka You Are My Destiny]”)
- Best Dresser Award — Ji Hyun Woo (“Trot Lovers”), Kim Yoo Ri (“The Full Sun”)
- Best Manager Award— King Kong Entertainment’s Lee Jin Sung
- SNS Web Drama Award — “Hungry Woman”
- 11/16/14--16:00: Happy 26th Birthday: Eric Nam From A to Z!
- 11/17/14--14:39: 5 Reasons You Should Be Watching ‘Running Man’!
- 11/17/14--14:56: Kim Ja Ok: Remembering a Screen Icon
- 11/18/14--04:00: What Was the Most Surprising Plot Twist of 2014?
- 11/18/14--20:00: Which of Your Favorite Stars Are November Babies?
- 11/20/14--04:00: Happy 29th Birthday to Aaron Yan!
We’ve quickly reached the end of October, and it’s time to wish a “Happy Birthday” to all our favorite celebrities born this month! Whether they choose to have a grand ball, small family gathering or a quiet evening, it’s still a joyous occasion that will be celebrated by their die-hard fans!
Did you know that the gorgeous actress Jun Ji Hyun from huge hit “My Love From the Star” was born on October 30? She turns 33 years old, but she hasn’t aged one bit.
Check out these four fun facts that we bet you didn’t know about Jun Ji Hyun!
Her Hair Is Famous
If you haven’t noticed her hair yet, then take a look now and tell us what you think! It has been a part of her signature look — long, silky, straight hair. In the past, Jun Ji Hyun modeled for several well-known shampoo brands, such as Pantene, Elastine and Asience.
Her Film Debut Was in 1999
“White Valentine” wasn’t a smash box-office success, but it did provide another stepping stone for Jun Ji Hyun to gain more experience. She even won Best New Actress at the 35th Baeksang Arts Awards for the role!
|Jun Ji Hyun was only 18 years old when she filmed ‘White Valentine’!|
She Got Married in 2012
Sorry guys, but she’s no longer single! On April 13, 2012, Jun Ji Hyun married businessman Choi Joon Hyuk, the grandson of a famous Korean hanbok designer. More than 600 celebrities, friends and family attended her wedding!
‘My Love From the Star’ Was Her First Drama in 14 Years
Jun Ji Hyun has been in the entertainment industry since 1997, but interestingly has spent the bulk of her career appearing in films instead of dramas. Regardless, Jun Ji Hyun proved her veteran acting skills and deservedly received the Daesang (or “Grand Prize”), the highest award for television, at the 50th Baeksang Arts Awards. The role elevated her to superstar status and even caused a worldwide YSL lipstick shortage!
See this clip of Jun Ji Hyun’s “aegyo” scene with Kim Soo Hyun:
Here are some other celebrities who celebrated October birthdays that you might’ve missed:
October 3 — Yoon Eun Hye (from “Marry Him If You Dare,” “I Miss You,” “Lie to Me,” “Coffee Prince” and “Goong”)
October 6 — Julian Arango (from “Infiltrated”)
October 9 — Tony Shalhoub (from “Monk”)
October 14— Carolina Tejera (from “Wild Cat”)
October 15 — Jimmy Lin (from “My Lucky Star”)
October 20— John Krasinski (from “The Office”)
October 24— f(x)’s Krystal (from “She’s So Lovable” and “Heirs”)
Do you share a birthday with any of these celebrities? Share with us in the comments below!
Halloween means that it’s time for an epic Viki binge-watching session! Check out our Recommended Titles, or get in the Halloween spirit with these spooky shows!
Have a great Halloween!
“Birth of a Beauty,” — a promising new Korean drama that launches today — marks the drama comeback of Han Ye Seul after three years. In the new series, she plays Sara, a woman who survives an accident that leaves her body and spirit damaged. To seek revenge against those who’ve hurt her, Sara gets plastic surgery and transforms into a stunning beauty.
As nerdy computer genius, Jung Woo studied more than paying attention to his looks. He was a destitute student who probably didn’t have the time or money to get a proper haircut. We think Joo Sang Wook is still stylish rocking the “bowl” haircut, and his wife, Ae Ra (played by Lee Min Jung), obviously thought so, too!
Bok Jae In grew up in a seedy environment with her mother operating a successful loan shark business. Food became her only solace, resulting in massive weight gain. When her mother takes in Lee Cha Don (played later by Kang Ji Hwan) after their car accidentally hits him, Jae In is emotionally scarred when he says that he can never like someone as fat and ugly as her. This fuels Jae In’s complete physical transformation years later to make herself feel better.
After CEO William is kidnapped, the traumatic experience leaves him unable to speak. His secretary is tasked with finding a guy who looks eerily similar to him, which turns out to be Ah Bin (both played by Xie Kun Da), a fisherman who lives in a small village. Ah Bin assumes William’s life temporarily, but can it turn out to be permanent? Seems like Xie Kun Da enjoys dressing up since his current role is as a guardian angel in “Love Cheque Charge”!
In Episode 216, our dreams finally came true when Lee Kwang Soo (from “It’s Okay, That’s Love”) lived up to his ‘Kwang-vatar’ nickname on the popular variety show! The games played in this heroes edition focused on getting their superpowers back. While on his way to the mission location, citizens glared at Kwang Soo because of his strange looks. Honestly, we would probably do the same!
Jin Da Hua grew up being teased about her buckteeth and unsightly facial mole. After a run-in with Ou Yang Tai (played by Chris Wu), her life completely changes when he offers to pay for plastic surgery to transform her into his recently-deceased fiancé, who bore a strong resemblance to Da Hua. She agrees so that her secret dream of having Lin Guan Jun (played by James Wen) fall in love with her can be realized! Would you do the same, too, for someone you loved?
What could be a more epic transformation than two people of the opposite sex switching bodies? Gil Ra Im (played by Ha Ji Won) is a tough stuntwoman who comes from humble beginnings and leads a simple, single life. Kim Joo Won (played by Hyun Bin) is an arrogant, rich department store CEO who only cares about wealth and status. After visiting a mysterious restaurant on Jeju Island known as Secret Garden, they wake up the next morning in each other’s bodies! How would you feel if this happened to you?
For those still in the Halloween mood, the superhero theme in this Filipino series is for you! Narda was a sweet, young woman living a normal life until she learned she was the chosen one responsible for keeping the world free from evil forces. Narda then changes from a wholesome young woman to a gorgeous superhero, using her new special powers of flight, strength and speed to keep everyone safe. Narda kicks butt and also looks fabulous in her outfit!
Choi Kang Chi grew up with a positive outlook on life, believing that he was a regular young man. Little did he know that he’s actually the son of a human mother and a mythical-creature father. Because he is his father’s son, Gang Chi undergoes a terrifying transformation when angry, where his eyes become beastly and his fingers turn into dangerous claws! He then tries to find the “Gu Family Book,” which holds the secret to how he can become a real human!
Our favorite adorable singer is known for her hit songs “Good Day” (with the famous three high notes!), “YOU&I” and “The Red Shoes” but she’s an accomplished actress, too! She was able to show off her singing talents in the role of Pil Suk, an overweight student who had a huge crush on Jason (played by 2PM’s Wooyoung). In order to win his attention, she believed that losing weight was the answer. Does her transformation change his feelings, or did he secretly already like her?
Which transformation is your favorite? Tell us in the comments!
Some titles on Viki are not available in certain regions of the world. But Qualified Contributors (QCs) can view and contribute to most titles. Read this blog post to learn how to become a QC.
|Viki fan Lois Friel with one of her six grandchildren, Maddox|
The much-anticipated new series premiere of “Pinocchio,” starring Lee Jong Suk and Park Shin Hye, will be here soon! To capture all the feels, Viki is hosting a live two-hour Twitter Event. So come watch the first episode with us and join the conversation on Twitter!
“Pinocchio” will be available on Viki to viewers in North America, South America and Europe.
Here’s how it’ll work:
Use #PinocchioOnViki on all your tweets to join the discussion! Not only will it be fun to watch “Pinocchio” with people from around the world, you’ll also have the chance to win a copy of Lee Jong Suk’s new photo book, which will be given to the person who writes our favorite tweet of the event!
“Pinocchio” is about Choi In Na (played by Park Shin Hye), a young, aspiring reporter who can’t lie. Every time she tries, she involuntarily hiccups! In Na works alongside the handsome but frumpy Choi Dal Po (played by Lee Jong Suk) as rookie reporters on a busy broadcast newsroom. The series also features Kim Young Kwang (from “Plus Nine Boys” and “Good Doctor”), and Lee Yu Bi (from “The Innocent Man”) as a boy band fangirl-turned-serious journalist.
We know you’re just as excited as we are for the start of this star-studded new series! Join us for the premiere and share in the excitement with other Viki fans!
Over the past few years, we’ve received an increasing number of requests for J-dramas. So we’re excited to announce that Viki now has many more premium Japanese titles available — with many more coming this month! Our extensive library ranges from classic hits to recently popular shows like “Detroit Metal City.”
Here are some of the exciting new titles coming to Viki!
The first season of “Mischievous Kiss: Love in TOKYO” is one of the most popular Viki series of all time, and the second season, “Mischievous Kiss 2: Love in TOKYO,” will be available on Viki soon! Yuki Furukawa returns as the brilliant and dashing Naoki and Miki Honoka returns as Kotoko, his new bride, in this exciting new chapter in their lives, starting on November 24! Get caught up with their lives prior to the start of the new season, watch the preview episode that follows Naoki and Kotoko on their honeymoon to Okinawa!
“HERO” is an upcoming drama starring SMAP’s Takuya Kimura as Kohei Kuryu, a prosecutor in Tokyo. Kohei’s unique methods set him apart from his colleagues in the Josai branch of the Tokyo District Public Prosecutor’s Office. Catch “HERO” when it begins streaming on November 14!
Doctor-X, Season 2
Based on the popular manga of the same name, “Space Brothers” follows astronaut Hibito and his older brother, Mutta, as they try to fulfill their childhood dreams to fly into space together. Director Yoshitaka Mori takes the story in a creative new direction in this live-action movie version by focusing on the brothers’ relationship and emotional struggles as they travel near and far for each other.
We’re excited to be working with TOHO, SPO Entertainment, and Fuji TV/FCC, and continuing our relationship with TV Asahi to keep bringing you more amazing Japanese titles! Want to check out more offerings from Japan? Head over to our Japan section to discover more intriguing TV shows, anime and movies!
|Lee Yoo Ri plays the infamous Min Jung in ‘Jang Bo Ri Is Here’|
Have you seen “A Song for You Season 3,” the global music request program hosted by Super Junior’s Kangin, f(x)’s Amber and BTOB’s Yook Sungjae? Music fans from all over the world can post videos of their stories and song requests on the show’s official Facebook page. Celebrity guests then read the stories and sing the requested songs on the show!
If you’re a fan of “A Song for You,” it’s your time to shine! We’re giving away SIGNED polaroids from celebrity guests of the show, including Super Junior, B1A4, C-Clown, and Jung Joon Young to fans who are in-the-know!
Keep reading to find out how to enter for a chance to get one of our signed polaroids!
1. Favorite the “A Song for You Season 3” Channel on Viki by clicking the "+" button under the main image
2. Retweet the following Tweet: Get signed polaroids of Super Junior, B1A4 & C-Clown
3. Answer the three trivia questions below based on the episodes of “A Song for You Season 3” starring B1A4 (Episode 4), C-Clown (Episode 6) and Super Junior (Episode 14)
4. Fill out this form with your answers and contact information!
1. Where did B1A4 film its latest music video “Solo Day”? (Hint: The group just finished a tour in that country.)
2. Who’s the producer of C-Clown’s “Let’s Love” teaser? (Hint: He also produces C-Clown’s web show “Crown the Clown.”)
3. Which Super Junior member did Sungjae say he ranks as No. 1 in terms of looks? (Hint: The movie he’s starring in will be released in Korea soon!)
Think you know the answers? Don’t forget to fill out this form to enter the giveaway!
You have until 5 p.m. PST on Sunday, November 23, to enter the giveaway. The lucky winners will be contacted via Twitter DM (Direct Message) by 5 p.m. PST on Monday, November 24. Good luck!
|Seo Kang Joon’s dimples in ‘Cunning Single Lady’ had ladies swooning|
We want to hear from you! Who is your favorite newcomer or breakout drama star of 2014?
With so many great dramas that have aired this year, it may be hard to pinpoint the actors or actresses who really made a mark with fans this year. They may be a new face in the industry or someone who played supporting characters in the past but finally broke out into leading man or leading woman status this year.
Maybe your choice is Seo Kang Joon, the dreamy, hazel-eyed actor who portrayed Gook Seung Hyun in this year’s popular drama “Cunning Single Lady.” Seo Kang Joon debuted just last year with small parts in “Good Doctor” and “The Suspicious Housemaid,” but it was his supporting role as Na Ae Ra’s (played by Lee Min Jung) potential young suitor in “Cunning Single Lady” that put him on the map. He even won Best New Actor at the 7th Korea Drama Awards for that role! His increasing star power translated into landing another role in the currently on–air drama “What Happens to My Family?”
Maybe you’re a fan of Jasper Liu from “Love Myself or You” or Choi Jin Hyuk from “Pride and Prejudice.” For both actors, 2014 has been the year that they established themselves as A-list leading men!
|Jasper Liu flashes his abs while joking around on the set of ‘Love Myself or You’|
|Choi Jin Hyuk is steaming hot while taking a shower in ‘Emergency Couple’|
|The touching ending of the food-themed drama ‘Let’s Eat’|
We’ve all experienced that feeling where we hung in and watched some great dramas for 16, 20, 36 or even 50 episodes — only to get to the end and say, “That’s it?! How can that be the end?!” On the other hand, when that finale arrived in some of our favorite dramas, we exclaimed, “That was soooo good! I don’t want it to end, though!”
“Rice” by Chun Yang Hee
To you who eat a lot of rice because you are lonely,
To you who sleep a lot because you are bored,
To you who cry a lot because you are sad,
I write this down.
Chew on your feelings that are cornered
like you would chew on rice.
Anyway, life is …
something that you need to digest.
What Is Your Favorite Drama Ending of 2014?
Now, we want to know what was your favorite drama ending of 2014? What did you like the most about the ending? Maybe you liked the poetic justice that was served to Yeon Min Jung in “Jang Bo Ri Is Here”; or the happily-ever-after ending of fated lovers in “Love Myself or You” or “Fated to Love You (aka You Are My Destiny)”; or just the epic love story of in “My Love From the Star.”
Let us know in the comments, and we may include your choice in an upcoming blog! We look forward to hearing from you!
If you’re not watching “Incomplete Life,” you’re missing out on one of the best dramas on the air right now. This poignant new K-drama about Jang Geu Rae (played by Siwan), a young man who goes to work for an international company as an intern, wonderfully depicts the challenges of working in a fast-paced company, especially for a young man who has no prior work experience. And when the other employees think that he is a “parachute hire,” someone who is hired through nepotism, Geu Rae faces animosity from everyone around him.
In this scene in Episode 1 (photo above), fellow intern Ahn Yeong Yi (played by Kang So Ra) is surprised by the sounds coming out of Geu Rae’s stomach after he adamantly states that he is not going to lunch because he isn’t hungry.
Watch the funny scene in Episode 1 at 1:30:13 below!
Give us your best caption for the funny photo above!
|Lee Jong Suk and Park Shin Hye reminded fans to watch the premiere of ‘Pinocchio’ yesterday|
We really had an amazing time watching the episode with everyone and can’t wait to have more events like this. We’ll have details for you soon, so stay tuned! In the meantime, if you have any ideas on how to make the event even better, don’t hesitate to let us know in the comments!
|The three dashing winners of ‘It’s Okay, That’s Love’|
“It’s Okay, That’s Love” proved to be the emotional favorite among fans this year as stars of the drama took home the highest honors from the 2014 APAN Star Awards over the weekend. Jo In Sung won the Daesang (Grand Prize); D.O won the Male Rookie Award; and Lee Kwang Soo won the Popular Star Award.
But “My Love From the Star” (four wins), “Secret Love Affair” (three wins), and “Wonderful Days” (three wins) also proved popular with the most number of awards won. Kim Soo Hyun won Best Male Acting in a Mid-Length Drama for his iconic role in “My Love From the Star” and Kim Hee Ae won Best Female Acting in a Mid-Length Drama for her role in “Secret Love Affair.”
The APAN Star Awards is part of the annual Daejeon Drama Festival, which recognizes Korean dramas that aired on the major networks and cable channels from October 2013 to September 2014. The event was hosted by Kim Sung Joo and T-ara’s Soyeon.
Congratulations to all the winners!
C— “Cloud 9” is the title of Eric’s debut album.
D— “Dancing machine” is Eric’s self-proclaimed title on “After School Club.”
K— Eric is Korean American, like his friends Ailee and Kevin from UKISS. (Video below: Behind the scenes with Ailee)
O— “Ooh Ooh” is the title of his last single featuring Hoya of INFINITE.
|Eric with Peniel of BTOB, Brad of Busker Busker, Kevin of UKISS, and Amber of f(x)|
U— Eric danced to UKISS’s song “Quit Playing” on “After School Club.” See the fun scene below!
|Yoo Jae Suk is nicknamed ‘Grasshopper’ and is always the one of the strongest contenders on missions!|
The Show Is Highly Unpredictable
Running Man” features a far looser interpretation of reality show rules than what viewers may be used to. Even with so many episodes under its belt, the show’s challenges still manage to be unique and entertaining, from the Winter Olympics to cooking battles. The variety of the challenges is part of what keeps each episode fresh!
The Show Features Your Favorite Celebrity Guests
|Eunjung from T-ara, Siwan from ZE:A and Doojoon from BEAST stop to catch their breath|
The Show Has an International Fan Base
|Fans greet ‘Running Man’ cast and crew in Taiwan|
After 2013’s wildly popular “Race Start! Running Man Fan Meeting,” there will be a follow-up event in Singapore on November 29. The two-hour fan event will feature comedy and musical acts such as Kim Jong Kook, HAHA, Song Ji Hyo, Ji Suk Jin and Lee Kwang Soo!
The Show Is Perfect for Binge Watching!
Already a fan of “Running Man”? Let us know what your favorite “Running Man” moments are in the comments below!
Our thoughts are with the family and friends of Kim Ja Ok, an award-winning South Korean actress who passed away on Sunday after losing her battle with lung cancer. She was 63 years old.
Kim Ja Ok is probably best known for playing the mother of various K-drama leads, but she also enjoyed the limelight as the leading lady throughout her career. In total, Kim Ja Ok appeared in 51 TV shows and 25 films since her debut in 1970. She won a number of Best Actress awards from 1975 to 1979.
Here are some of her most memorable roles during her illustrious career over the past five decades.
In this popular K-drama, Kim Ja Ok appears as Han Kyul’s mother. She is perfect in the role as a slightly overprotective mother who is always looking out for her son’s best interests. Kim Ja Ok’s great acting and realistic portrayal had a great deal to do with the success of this drama.
My Name Is Kim Sam Soon
In this fan favorite, Kim Ja Ok plays Park Bong Sook, the feisty mom of Sam Soon, who scolds her daughter about her guy troubles. Kim Ja Ok’s amazing ability to express a whole range of complex emotions are on full display in this drama.
Other noteworthy performances by Kim Ja Ok include “The Woman Who Married Three Times,” “Hate to Lose,” “Worlds Within” and “Attic Cat.”
We’ll remember Kim Ja Ok for her wonderful performances and sunny disposition. A true legend of the screen, Kim Ja Ok will be dearly missed.
|This touching moment at the end of Episode 4 of ‘It’s Okay, That’s Love’ that surprised us all!|
What was the most surprising plot twist in a drama from this year? What part of a drama made you stop in your tracks, drop what you were eating, and go, “Oh, no! That did not just happen?!” What part of a drama was the most surprising, shocking or unexpected?
We want to hear from you! Your responses may be included in an upcoming blog!
|Aaron Yan as Qi Yi, alongside the always fantastic Puff Guo|
In the 2013 Taiwanese romantic comedy series “Just You,” Aaron plays Qi Yi, a neurotic young man who is deathly afraid of germs and spontaneity. Soon after moving into a historic home in Taiwan, Qi Yi discovers that he has inherited a tenant, Liang Liang (played by the bubbly Puff Guo). Their difficulties extend to the workplace when Qi Yi finds that Liang Liang also works for his new company!
|Aaron Yan as Xiao Lu, the alter ego of Lu Tian Xing|
In this year’s T-drama “Fall in Love With Me,” Aaron Yan is Lu Tian Xing, an advertising prodigy. At the height of his success, he decides to take a sudden break from advertising. Unknown to everyone else, Lu Tian Xing adopts a new appearance and persona, returning to the agency as Xiao Lu. Will he be able to fool his colleagues or will love interest Tao Le Si (Tia Li) uncover his secret?
Happy birthday to the talented actor and musician! What’s your favorite Aaron Yan moment? Let us know in the comments!