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(Idol News) 3,000 fans attend Alice Nine’s autograph session

13 Feb

3,000 fans attend Alice Nine’s autograph session

Visual kei rock band, Alice Nine, held an autograph session at Tokyo’s Laforet Harajuku on February 12th. The autograph session was a special event for fans who purchased their latest album “GEMINI”, and approximately 3,000 fans showed up to meet their idols.

During the event, guitarist Tora promoted their album by stating, “It’s a really good album, so I would really like for those who haven’t listened to it yet to definitely check it out”.

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(Idol News) HyunA’s graduation photo revealed

13 Feb

HyunA’s graduation photo revealed

4minute’s HyunA previously made headlines when she tweeted about her upcoming high school graduation, which she unfortunately couldn’t attend due to an overlap with her professional schedule. Since fans were a little bummed about not being able to see the star at her ceremony, they were treated to a look at HyunA’s graduation photo.

Immediately, netizens gushed over her milky white skin and charming pose: “It looks so good. I like seeing her looking young and conservative in her school attire”, “If my graduation picture looked this good, I would dance”, “This looks ten thousand times prettier than mine” and “Gosh, she looks so pure.”

HyunA’s graduation took place on February 9th, which the idol unfortunately missed due to 4minute’s promotions in Thailand. The idol will soon enter Konkuk University as part of the 2011 class.

Source + Photo: Newsen via Nate
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(Film) Death Bell

13 Feb

Death Bell

Hangul 고死: 피의 중간고사
RR Gosa: Piui Junggangosa
Directed by :Chang
Produced by :
Hong Jung-pyo
Im Seong-been
Written by :
Kim Eun-kyeong
Starring :
Lee Beom-soo
Yoon Jeong-hee
Nam Gyu-ri
Kim Sang Bum
Han Na-yeon

Music by Kim Jun-seong
Cinematography Heo Seong-ryong
Editing by Yu Yeong-ju
Distributed by Mirovision
Release date(s) 6 August 2008
Running time 88 min.
Country South Korea
Language Hangul/Korean
Budget ₩1.3 billion
Admissions 1,636,149
Gross revenue $9,274,859
Followed by Death Bell 2: Bloody Camp

The film is set in a high school, where an elite group of twenty students—including rebellious heroine Kang Yi-na, her timid best friend Yoon Myong-hyo, and her would-be boyfriend Kang Hyeon—are taking a special class for their college entrance exam. After Kang Yi-na is nearly strangled and another student throttled in the restroom, the classroom TV screen switches to an image of top-ranking student Hye-yeong trapped inside a fish tank that is slowly filling with water. A disembodied voice announces that her life depends on the exam questions he will set for them, and that a student will die for every question the class gets wrong. Trapped with the students are head teacher Hwang Chan-wook and English teacher Choi So-yeong. Yi-na realizes that the students are being killed in order of their rank in the class, and she is ranked fifth. Someone is slowly killing the students one by one, but who are they? And what do they want?

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(Vacation) Kimchi Field Museum Seoul (Pulmuone Kimchi Museum)

13 Feb

Kimchi Field Museum Seoul

Seoul-si Gangnam-gu Samseong-dong 159 COEX MALL B2
– Korea Travel Phone +82-2-1330 (Korean, English, Japanese, Chinese)
– For more info +82-2-6002-6456 (Korean)
Operating Hours
Tuesday to Sunday 10:00 – 18:00 (Last admission 17:30)
Every Monday, Seollal, Chuseok, Christmas, New Year’s Day
Length of Tour
20 – 30 min

Kimchi Field Museum, Seoul is a real draw for all the travelers. Seoul is home to several museums. The Kimchi Field Museum, Seoul has carved out a special niche among all these museums with its superb display and history.

Kimchi Field Museum, Seoul makes the travelers acquainted with the world of Kimchi’s history. Travelers from all around the globe will understand the history of Kimchi, its varieties, and its significance. The Kimchi Field Museum, Seoul is an ideal place to visit for all who like to learn about the kimchi. Kimchi is actually the most well-known Korean delicacy. Kimchi Field Museum, Seoul gathers facts and statistics for kimchi related resources offering varied activities like the Kimchi-making procedure and assortment of kimchi tasting every month as well. This museum persists to update the world about one of the major pieces of Korean culture, Kimchi.

Kimchi Field Museum, Seoul was established in the year 1986 at the 159 B2 Coex Mall of Samseong-dong in Seoul. Kimchi Field Museum, Seoul was built by Pulmuone Inc. They are one of the largest food production companies in South Korea. In the year 1988, the museum was displaced to the COEX to advertise kimchi among the outside travelers. In the year 2000, this museum was refurbished to expand the museum region to improve its facilities for visitors.

Kimchi Field Museum, Seoul can be divided into three varied sections. Each of them exemplifies the diversities of kimchi-related data. The first part of the Kimchi Field Museum, Seoul is actually associated to Kimchi’s history. “The Exhibition of Ancient Books about Kimchi History”, “The Models of Kimchi in Each Period” provide the historical information of Kimchi.

The second section of the Kimchi Field Museum, Seoul comprises the artifacts displaying the process of kimchi making and movies to update the travelers as well. There is also a section where people can see some models of eighty diverse types of kimchi. You will get a list of ingredients that are used in kimchi with a picture and description for each item. The final section of the museum holds the data room where people can get to know the old or recent happenings of kimchi and also about the conventional foods of Korea.

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(Cuisine) Korean Recipe : Jjajangmyun (blackbean noodles)

13 Feb

Korean Recipe : Jjajangmyun (blackbean noodles)

Noodles (special “myun” for jjajangmyun), black bean paste, half pound of pork belly, sugar, olive oil, potato starch powder, sesame oil, Asian radish, sweet potato, zucchini, onion, cucumber.

Makes 4 servings.

1. Cut the of pork into ½ inch (1cm) cubes. Leave the skin on.
2. Add ½ tbs of olive oil to a heated wok. When that’s hot, add the pork and stir fry it until it looks crispy.
3. When the pork is well cooked and the color turns golden brown, drain all the hot fat and set the pork aside. Leave it in the wok for later use
4. Heat a small skillet over medium heat with 2 tbs of vegetable oil. When that’s hot, add 7 tbs of black bean paste and stir fry for 1 minute.blackbean-paste

5.Remove the extra oil and set the black bean paste aside.ingredients

Cut all vegetables into 0.5 inch cubes and place them on a big plate or tray. You will end up with 1 cup of radish, 1 cup of potato, 1 cup of zucchini, and 2 cups of onion.

1. Reheat the crispy pork in your wok over high heat, and add 1 tbs of olive oil.
2. Add radish and sweet potato (or potato) and saute them for 2 minutes. Then add zucchini and onion and saute them for another 2 minutes.
3. Add 3 cups of water until all the ingredients are submerged, and close the lid and boil it for 15-20 minutes.
4. Open the lid of the wok and skim off the foam from the surface. Add the fried black bean paste from the small skillet and stir it up.
*tip: to check if ingredients are cooked or not, try a sample potato chunk. It should be cooked, not raw.
5. Mix 2-3 tbs potato starch powder (or corn starch) and 2 tbs water and add it into the boiling soup and stir it. then the soup ill turn into a sticky sauce.
6. Add 1 tbs sugar to the sauce and stir itjjajangsauce

Now, let’s cook the noodles (“myun”)

For 2 servings, you will need one bunch of noodles from the package.

1. Boil water in a big pot, add the noodles and close the lid. Cook for a few minutes according to the direction on the package (around 3 minutes).boiling-noodles

2. Try one sample noodle to check if it’s cooked properly or not. It should be soft and not stiff at all. If it’s cooked, drain the noodles and place them on a large plate or bowl.
3. Reheat the jjajang sauce and put it on the noodlesflowingjjajangmyun

Don’t eat it cold : )

Garnish with cucumber strips on the top of jjajang sauce and serve it with kimchi or yellow pickled radish.

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(Idol News) The Japanese Artist you want to give him chocolate in Valentine’s Day

13 Feb

The Japanese Artist you want to give him chocolate in Valentine’s Day
Music Walker’s questionnaire “The Japanese Artist you want to give him chocolate in Valentine’s Day”
was carried on by The largest female mobile net in Japan.

1. Fukuyama Masaharu


3. Sakurai Sho (Arashi)

4. Inaba Hiroshi(B’z)

5. HYDE (L’ Arc~en~Ciel)

6. Yamashita Tomohisa(NEWS)

7. Matsumoto Jun (Arashi)

8.ジェジュン (Kim Jaejoong)


10. 遊助

Source: girlwalker
Translation: yunhoon@JACE
Shared by: JACE + JYJ3

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