Baby – Taehyung
Kim Taehyung was born on December 30, 1995 in Daegu, South Korea. Since he was born, he owned the beautiful appearance with round eyes, high nose and lovely smile.
Student – Taehyung
Taehyung’s cute face is not different from his mature stage when entering the high school. He often ‘complains’ himself that he is a handsome with bright characteristic child.
Trainee – Taehyung
When Taehyung go to the audition with his friend , the staff realized his visual potential and also talent and advised him to try. And that’s the reason Taehyung became a Big Hit Entertainment’s trainee.
Rookie – V
On June 13, 2013, Kim Taehyung officially debuted in rookie group BTS with the name of V. The guy’s face has become more masculine to suit the group’s image..
Famous idol – V
In 2014, BTS has become more and more popular, V has also attracted the strong attention with his attractive appearance and especial his special warm voice. The male idol began to try new hair colors and began to build his own fashion style.
Male actor – V
By the time of the year 2016, a little boy Kim Taehyung’ s image was completely replaced by a mature and masculine male idol V. At that time, he started debuting in the acting field through the drama “Hwarang: The Beginning”. Natural acting skills helped V get a lot of praises from the audience.
At present, V is confident on the process of becoming an international star. By the age of 24, fans call him the CG-V which means his stunning visual look unreal and made by digital techniques.
Do you agree that puberty has hit Taehyung really hard?
Min Hyo Rin has shared new photos of herself looking stunning in her wedding dress!
On February 5, the actress took to Instagram to express her gratitude for all the congratulations she had received on her marriage to BIGBANG’s Taeyang.
She posted two photos of herself in her bridal gown with the caption: “Thank you, and thank you again.”
Congratulations again to the beautiful bride and her happy groom!
2PM’s Taecyeon, Beenzino, and Im Siwan, who are currently soldiers fulfilling their mandatory military services, will be participating in events for the 2018 PyeongChang Olympics.
According to the Ministry of National Defense, Taecyeon will be emceeing concerts at the Gangneung Art Center on February 14 and 15. Along with his fellow 9th Armed Forces Division soldiers, he will also be taking part in the opening ceremony of a cultural performance while wearing various animal masks. Taecyeon also plans to join 2PM members as the whole group will be performing at the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics Headliner show. Im Siwan, who is currently serving in the 25th division, will also be participating in the concert on February 15.
Beenzino will be performing on February 18 in the second half of the 2018 PyeongChang Culture Olympics concert with his fellow Illionaire Records artists Dok2 and The Quiett. The rapper, along with his labelmates, will also be participating in the PyeongChang Plaza on February 13 and 21.
The three celebrities are not the first to actively serve in the military while also carrying out events for the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. Ji Chang Wook also previously appeared in a promotional video.
Taecyeon previously gave up his green card in the United States and enlisted in the military last September. He was then assigned to the 9th Armed Forces Division in Gyeonggi Province as an assistant military instructor. Im Siwan enlisted last July and was assigned to the 25th division as an assistant instructor for new recruits, while Beenzino enlisted in the military last May.
EXO’s Baekhyun and VIXX will be putting on special performances for the International Olympic Committee (IOC)!
The IOC will hold their 132nd session in Pyeongchang from February 6 through 8. Ahead of the conference, an opening ceremony will be held on February 5 at Gangneung Art Center.
The opening ceremony will begin with multicultural children’s choir Areumdeuri singing the Olympic Hymn and EXO’s Baekhyun singing the national anthem.
Following the national anthem, opening speeches and congratulatory messages will be given by figures including Lee Hee Beom, the president of the Olympic Organizing Committee, and Moon Jae In, the president of South Korea.
The celebratory cultural performance will include VIXX’s stage of “Shangri-La,” taekwondo team K-Tigers, and various traditional musicians and dancers.
Hosted by actor Cha In Pyo and SBS reporter Park Sun Young, the opening ceremony for the 132nd IOC session will be attended by approximately 900 individuals including members of the IOC and several government officials.
The event will be broadcast live via KBS1 at 7:30 p.m. KST on February 5.
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Serving as visual complements of our favorite songs, music videos always introduce interesting plots that either leave us with a brain teaser or in awe. Thankfully, they’re not always ambiguous: sometimes, they simply take an entertaining turn, much to our delight.
To humor you, here are 12 comical K-pop MVs that are bound to turn your frown upside down!
1. BIGBANG – “We Like 2 Party”
While wandering in Seoul, the five members shared dorky footages of moments they spent together as they relayed their happiness and showed us how they like to party throughout the clip.
2. PSY – “New Face”
It’s hard to pick a single PSY MV since his videos usually have a specific pattern: a mix of playfulness and silliness accompanied by a series of role-play, and crowned with a dynamic choreography as seen below.
3. MAMAMOO – “Aze Gag”
Who doesn’t like dad jokes? The quadruplet made sure to bring cheesy jokes to life by literally portraying some of their lyrical wordplay with props in the video, before laughing their hearts out while watching a punny TV show.
4. N.Flying – “Hot Potato”
These hot potatoes sure know how to draw a smile on our faces! With a plot that switches between reality and expectations, the band hystericaly shared their take on what a life of fame would look like.
5. Block B – “Yesterday”
Roughly borrowing the concept of the popular TV show “Friends,” the seven boys friskily chased after their crush, only to find out that they were all falling for the same girl who ended up blowing each one of them away, to the letter.
6. Unnies – “Right?”
Everything about this MV is bubbly: So many funny scenarios came together, from the nerd getting bullied and being saved by her classmates in a chucklesome manner, to the final scene where Somi’s father schools her ex-boyfriend after learning that he broke up with her.
7. 2PM – “Go Crazy”
There is a thin line between sanity and madness, and the best part is when hilarity comes in-between. The hyper members went crazy as they showcased an entertaining choreography that would surely make anyone watching this MV feel over the moon.
8. BTOB – “Movie”
These fun boys are widely known for their humor, and this time they made it into a motion picture. The droll idols hosted a movie night as they watched themselves re-enact memorable films, such as “Suicide Squad” and “8Mile,” while jokingly reacting to each other’s acting.
9. Lee Hyori – “Bad Girls”
Nobody mixes wit and badass like Lee Hyori does. Through her cynical storyline, she tells the tale of a girl who has been rebelling against her unjust environment since a very young age in a humorous atmosphere.
10. Kim Heechul & Kim Jung Mo – “I Wish”
It takes a lot of effort to find the girl of your dreams, let alone keep her. In this hilarious clip, Heechul has unintentionally done everything that would push a girl away. Luckily, he knew exactly how to right his wrongs and win his girlfriend back.
11. Park Jin Young feat. Conan O’Brien & Steven Yeun & Park Jimin – “Fire”
If anyone knows how to party, it’s definitely JYP! Joined by Conan and Steven, this unusual but fiery group precisely showed us how to have a good time in Korea with a sip of K-pop tonic, a pinch of satire, and amusing cameos from TWICE and former group Wonder Girls.
12. MOBB feat. Kush – “Hit Me”
Goofy and wild are the perfect terms to describe YG’s fierce duo who moved the party from their homes all the way to the club. The taxi scene surely gave us a laugh, followed by the silly moment when Mino and Bobby were hiding from the police.
Esmee L. is a Moroccan lively dreamer, writer, and Hallyu enthusiast.