The drama, which is based on a Japanese manga series, tells the story of a 21st-century neurosurgeon who travels back in time to the Joseon Dynasty.
Google and Korean broadcaster MBC are working together for a K-pop concert which is going to be held on 7pm (PDT @ UTC -7:00), May 21 at the Shoreline Amphitheatre, nearby Google’s headquarters in Mountain View, California.
Among the participating artists are Girls’ Generation, TVXQ, Wonder Girls, Super Junior, Beast, KARA, MBLAQ, Sistar and f(x)… it’s as good as it gets. The concert will be streamed live on Youtube and will also be rebroadcast all day.
[Update] Embedded the full show below, a playlist consisting 13 videos…
Korean pop singer IU performing at a summer music festival in Seoul’s Hanyang University, organised by MBC FM4U (radio broadcaster) on August 7. She’s red hot among youngsters following her hit song Nagging. Not the prettiest girl, but she can sing and has a cute likeable vibe. Image by Spdstudio [Kr].
Trailer for Korean historical drama series Dong Yi, starring Han Hyo-joo, Ji Jin-hee, Lee So-yeon, Bae Soo-bin and Jung Jin-young etc. Boosting a strong crew and cast (and also the ever popular historical theme), Dong Yi is expected to be a huge hit. Coming soon on MBC channel on March 22.
The drama is loosely based on the story of a palace maid who became a royal concubine; her son was King Yeongjo of Joseon Dynasty (in the 18th century).