Singaporean actresses Zoe Tay and Felicia Chin have been nominated for Best Actress in a Leading Role at this year’s Asian Television Awards. The actresses have been nominated for their appearances in Mediacorp’s “You Can be an Angel 2” and Toggle’s “2589 Days Apart”, respectively. Popular South Korean drama “Guardian: The Lonely and Great God” – better known as “Goblin” – has also been nominated for Best Drama Series. These are just a few of the 267 nominees at the awards, which will take place on 30 November and 1 December 2017 at the Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre. ...
South Korean actor Lee Dong-wook was back in Singapore for his second visit this year, this time to attend the opening of Korean eyewear brand Gentle Monster’s first Southeast Asian flagship boutique store at ION Orchard on Tuesday (26 Sept). The opening party of the Gentle Monster store in Singapore was also attended by local celebrities such as Joanne Peh, Lee Teng, Xu Bin, Derrick Hoh, Kelly Poon, Shigga Shay, Rozz Lee, and Hayley and Jayley Woo.
Less than a year after holding a fan-meeting in Singapore in April, K-drama star Lee Dong-wook will be returning to Singapore on 26 September.
South Korean singer and actor Yuk Sung-jae will be coming to Singapore to perform at ION Orchard’s outdoor fashion concert on 29 September, in line with celebrations for the mall’s eighth anniversary.
Korean actor Lee Dong-wook's highly-rated "Goblin" kiss scene with co-star Yoo In-na wasn't originally in the script, the actor told the audience at his first fan meeting in Singapore.
Actor Lee Dong-wook may have played an uninvited tenant as the Grim Reaper on Korean drama “Goblin”, but it’s clear he would be welcomed by fans in Singapore any day. The 35-year-old Lee was at Plaza Singapura on Saturday (15 April) for an open press conference, hours before his “For My Dear” show at Marina Bay Sands later in the day. The hot sun (and later dark clouds) did not deter fans in Singapore from crowding to see their beloved K-drama star, with some even arriving before 8.30am to claim a spot and make their voices heard.
Korean actor Lee Dong-wook, famous for his role as the Grim Reaper in the hit K-drama “Goblin”, previously announced that he will be dropping by Singapore as part of his “4 My Dear” Asia Tour. Lee’s fanmeet will be held at the Mastercard Theatres and Marina Bay Sands on 15 April at 7.30pm. Ticket prices cost $138 for CAT 3, $178 for CAT 2 and $238 for CAT 1, and are available on Sistic and the Marina Bay Sands ticketing website.
With four wins at the Korea Cable TV Awards (KCTA) Show 2017 on Friday (10 March), hit Korean drama “Goblin” was undoubtedly the biggest winner of the night.
If you’re still missing Lee Dong-wook’s charming and somewhat socially-inept Grim Reaper from the Korean drama “Goblin”, we’ve got news for you. The actor will be in Singapore in April as part of his “For My Dear” Asia tour, and will be holding his fanmeet at the Mastercard Theatres at Marina Bay Sands.
It’s been a few weeks since the Korean drama “Goblin” finished airing, and if the special episodes haven’t helped with your withdrawal, don’t worry, Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore has got you covered. The story in “Goblin” centres around two prominent (and some may say tragic) relationships, that between Kim Shin (Gong Yoo) and Ji Eun-tak (Kim Go-eun), and the Grim Reaper (Lee Dong-wook) and Sunny (Yoo In-na). Kim Shin is all 900-plus-years-old and mighty, but look at his expression when Eun-tak tells the Grim Reaper to stay away from “her” Goblin.
South Korean actor Yook Sung-jae, who most recently starred in the popular drama “Goblin”, was harassed by fans upon arriving at an airport in Sumatra, Indonesia on Wednesday (1 Feb). Photos and videos of the incident have gone viral on Twitter, showing a mob of fans ambushing the 21-year-old actor and member of K-pop band BTOB, along with his band mate Peniel. The two of them were in the country to film an upcoming season of reality-variety show “Laws of the Jungle” by SBS (Seoul Broadcasting System). ...
If you’ve not seen the Korean drama that everyone has been talking about, here’s a sneak peek on what to expect for each episode. Don’t worry, we’ve kept the spoilers to the minimum!Episode 1: Goblin and his bride meet for the first time
South Korean heartthrob Lee Dong-wook, most recently seen in tvN’s hit drama “Goblin”, will be going on a tour in Asia to meet fans, media reports said on Wednesday (25 January).
Fans of “Goblin” will surely list lead actor Gong Yoo as one of the biggest draws of this hit Korean drama. When Eun-tak started staying with Kim Shin and the Grim Reaper (Lee Dong-wook), she also helped out with the chores like a grateful house guest. Remember how Kim Shin tried to impress her with a classical painting, only to get ignored?
After acting in 2016’s biggest Korean blockbuster “Train to Busan”, he’s taking the lead role in “Goblin” – the TV series that might be the biggest Korean drama of 2017. It is no wonder that 37-year-old Gong Yoo has become the face of his country’s – or the whole of Asia’s – movie and television entertainment industry. Gong Yoo was one of many A-list Korean actors who turned down the role, with some stating reasons such as being uncomfortable with shaving their heads, not wanting to stay abroad for a long period of time, and filming a pre-produced drama (drama productions in Korea are filmed concurrently during broadcasting). Gong Yoo contributed his singing voice to the romantic comedy “Big”, where he starred opposite Lee Min-jung and Miss A’s Suzy.
If you’re a diehard fan of Descendants of the Sun, good news for you! The star team behind the hit drama, Director Lee Eung Bok and Writer Kim Eun Sook are back with a new fantasy story. Make way Yoo Si Jin! Goblin and Grim Reaper are in the house! During his hiatus from the small screen, Gong Yoo has been reigning the box office with Train to Busan and Age of Shadows.
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