Lately, he’s been making me swoon on We Got Married. While I did previously feature Yoonhan’s instrumental work on playlist post before, I never realized that he knew how to sing, too.
So I’m off on a much needed vacation. After Friday’s Playlist Post, I will be on hiatus for two weeks. Hopefully I’ll come back refreshed and ready to tackle all the upcoming End of Year reviews and such. Doctor Who fans can enjoy the 50th Anniversary Special, also simulcast worldwide, with appearances by Matt Smith, John Hurt, David Tennant, Billie Piper and more. For those who have Mnet in the States, the MAMAs will be simulcast live from Hong Kong. Have a Happy Thanksgiving!
THE SEASONS, THEY KEEP A CHANGIN’
Now for Part 2, covering what I didn’t get a chance to cover in Part 1. Mainly the new American and British shows with a sprinkling of the Korean ones. Didn’t quite get to all the reviews I wanted to get to but at least I’ll cover most of them here.
Well, Yoo Sung Eun has been having quite a year. She officially debuted late this past summer but many people may remember her on The Voice of Korea’s Season 1. I even featured her on a playlist post a couple months ago and she just seems to be cranking out good songs. They also fixed her makeup which was a huge distraction in “Be Ok”.
BABY, BABY, BABY, OH…
Taking the family relationship one step further, this latest reality project features children spending time with their grandparents. Veteran Actors Im Ha Ryong and Im Hyun Sik look after their grandchildren, Im So Hyun (6) and Kim Joo Hwan (5), respectively. Actor Choi Ro Woon (Good Doctor) spends time in the country with his grandmother. As a single working mom, David and Isabel’s mom relies on help from her parents so that she can work to support her multicultural family in Korea. Actor/Halbae Shin Gu narrates.
WHAT IS YOUR EMERGENCY?
This latest variety show revolves around celebrities who are embedded with the 119 Emergency Response Team. The job is not merely about saving lives but the celebrities learn how to serve the community in many ways. The show’s celebrity cast is made up of: Actors Lee Won Jong, Jo Dong Hyuk, Park Ki Woong, Jeon Hye Bin, Choi Woo Shik and Comedian Jang Dong Hyuk.
We’re approaching the holiday season and with that mentality feel good songs seem to make more radio waves than any other time of the year. A song can make you feel good because of its melody or it can make you feel good because of its lyrics. This week, there are both examples of that.