Actor Song Il Gook‘s triplets Dae Han, Min Gook, and Man Se turned into adorable three little pigs for a photo shoot on the latest episode of “Superman Returns.”
On the May 24 broadcast of the popular variety show, the actor took his triplets to a self photo studio to transform them into fairy tale characters.
After shooting a photo shoot with his sons as the characters from “The Little Mermaid,” Song Il Gook proceeded to transform his triplets into the Three Little Pigs. He even turned into the Big Bad Wolf to play along with the story.
Watch the clip from the episode below!
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Actor Song Il Gook’s middle triplet, Min Gook, gave viewers a good laugh with his reaction to the sight of himself dressed as a mermaid.
On the May 24 broadcast of KBS’ variety show “Superman Returns,” the triplets’ dad, Song Il Gook, took his three sons to a studio where they could dress up and have their photos taken.
In order to play out the story of “The Little Mermaid,” the three boys began their transformation into the characters of the prince, the mermaid, and the sea witch.
Before getting changed, Min Gook expressed that he wanted to take on the role of the mermaid character. However, as Song Il Gook started to dress him in the mermaid outfit, piece by piece, Min Gook was in for a surprise.
After seeing himself wearing the tight-fitting, sequined tail, Min Gook burst into tears and cried out, “Min Gook doesn’t want to be the mermaid. Take off these clothes. I don’t want to transform into anything,” and ultimately fell to the floor in tears.
As a result, the roles were switched and the youngest triplet, Man Se, made the transformation into ‘Man Se Mermaid.’
Watch the adorably hilarious clip below:
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VIXX recently celebrated the third anniversary of their debut with an adorable celebration party that they threw for fans.
The boys start the video gathered around a cake. They all make a wish and blow out the candles altogether.
Each of the members then take time individually to reflect on the past years and thank Starlights for their unfailing support and love. However during each member’s spiel, the other members take every chance they can get to videobomb the frame or distract the member who is speaking.
Needless to say, the video will have fans smiling goofily throughout the entire 10 minutes.
Congratulations, VIXX! And thanks to alyy21_stv for the tip!
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On the May 24 episode of “Section TV,” actress Lee Yeon Hee sits down to chat about her life and the journey that has led to her current role in the MBC drama “Hwajung.”
When asked, Lee Yeon Hee says she’s the third daughter in her family, so the interviewer asks her what her older sisters look like.
“They’re also on the pretty side,” says Lee Yeon Hee, and the show reveals some photos of her and her sisters.
She is then asked which of the three she’d say is the prettiest, if she were to choose objectively.
Lee Yeon Hee is so embarrassed she can’t even look at the camera or the interviewer as she laughs and admits it might be her, because of her good genes.
It’s then revealed that Lee Yeon Hee originally auditioned for her agency SM Entertainment when she was in her first year of middle school because her older sister suggested it, and she ended up getting first place.
“You must be so grateful!” says the interviewer.
“But didn’t it happen because I did a good job?” says Lee Yeon Hee, bursting out laughing at her own frankness.
You can check out the rest of the candid interview on the latest episode of “Section TV”!
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On the May 23 episode of “Entertainment Weekly,” actress Hwang Jung Eum sits down with a reporter for a candid interview and talks about the show’s list of her top three acting fortes.
Hwang Jung Eum debuted as a member of the girl group Sugar in 2002, but she says she’s glad to hear that some people only know her as an actress because she’s worked so hard at it. She most recently starred in the drama “Kill Me, Heal Me.”
First off, the interviewer proclaims her the “Queen of Tears” because of her epic crying scenes, which Hwang Jung Eum says is great. But then when asked if it’s okay if they show some clips of her crying, she laughs and says, “But I look like a bit of a monster when I cry…”
After they show a few clips, she tells the story of how one time a director told her that they should do a second take of a crying scene because of the way she looked. But Hwang Jung Eum insisted that they keep it because she didn’t mind what she looked like as long as the emotion was there.
“Do you think you look like a monster when you watch it now?” asks the interviewer.
“I don’t like looking at my face,” she admits, “but I really like the emotion there.”
Her second specialty is hitting people! She definitely has a knack for handing out some convincing blows. “Maybe it’s because I got hit a lot at school?” she jokes.
The program also highlights her gift for acting out birthing scenes. Hwang Jung Eum says that she watched a documentary about childbirth only 10 minutes before she shot one of the scenes included in the compilation. “I was so moved!” she says. “Watching that documentary really brought everything home for me.”
You can check out the clip compilation in the interview below!
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On the May 24 broadcast of MBC’s “Section TV,” Choi Siwon talks about his (in)famous “fortune cookie,” a photo of which went viral when he shared it while competing in the sixth man competition on “Infinity Challenge.”
To a question about whether it’s true that strangers now just laugh at him as soon as they see him, Choi Siwon nods and says, “Yes, yes.”
He also addresses speculation that he wore the leggings inside out to achieve the fortune cookie effect, “I guess there wasn’t a big production budget (Laughs). It’s a uniform I wore for a movie. The president of a bicycle shop asked me, ‘Which brand did they even get this from? Why did they put that on you?’”
Choi Siwon continues, “The movie is set to premiere in August, and I’m thinking about wearing that outfit during promotions in Korea. I think it would be really fun if I greet fans after the movie in that uniform.”
We totally agree!
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On the May 24 episode of KBS 2TV’s “Superman Returns,” Uhm Tae Woong takes his daughter Uhm Ji On to a child development center to find out not just how she’s doing but also how he and his wife are doing as parents.
Uhm Tae Woong shares, “We were curious as to whether we’re doing a good job and if there’s anything we’re doing wrong.”
The results of the consultation show that Uhm Ji On is doing fine in all other areas but lagging about 10 months behind her peers in sociability. She is also a bit behind on language acquisition according to the results. Uhm Tae Woong’s heart drops at the news and says, “It’s our fault as parents.”
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Triplets Dae Han, Min Gook, and Man Se have graduated from the kids’ table!
On the May 24 episode of KBS2’s “Superman Returns,” the triplets are allowed to sit at the grown-up table and eat with their father, Song Il Gook. In an attempt to teach his kids how to eat like adults, Song Il Kook sits them down at the table and teaches them some table manners.
“You can’t eat first,” he says to Dae Han, Min Gook, and Man Se as they wait to eat their jajangmyeon (black bean sauce noodles). “You have to wait for the adult to eat first before you can begin,” he explains. The triplets, meanwhile, make their father proud by sitting quietly, obediently waiting until he has finished before digging in.
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Kim Soo Young has achieved his weight loss goal on the “Last Health Boy” corner of KBS 2TV comedy show “Gag Concert.”
During the final broadcast of the corner on May 24, comedians Kim Soo Young and Lee Chang Ho showcase their drastically transformed figures, proving how far they have come over the course of the show.
Kim Soo Young records 98.3 kilograms (216 pounds) at the final weigh in, achieving his goal of bringing his body weight to under 100 kilograms. In tears, Kim Soo Young thanks the audience as they applaud his accomplishment. Following that reveal, Lee Chang Ho shows off his newly muscular body, which draws shouts from the crowd.
Beginning at 168 kilograms (370 pounds) on the corner’s first broadcast on February 1, Kim Soo Young has lost nearly 70 kilograms (154 pounds) in only four months. Lee Chang Ho, whose goal was to increase his body weight from 51 kilograms (112 pounds) to 70, managed to pack on quite a bit of muscle in the same amount of time.
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On the May 24 broadcast of KBS 2TV variety show “1 Night 2 Days,” the cast members choose a placard with the name of their future roommate at Seoul National University and seek them out.
Viewers are forced to do a double take, however, when Kim Joon Ho and Cha Tae Hyun meet their roomies.
Kim Joon Ho’s roommate Kim Ji Hoon is a physical education major at Seoul National University whose resemblance to rapper Beenzino is uncanny. Everything from his facial features, height, and athletic build make him almost indistinguishable from the rapper.
Cha Tae Hyun’s roommate, architecture major No Woo Hyuk, also bears a notable resemblance to a celebrity heartthrob, Jung Yonghwa of CNBLUE.
Meanwhile, “1 Night 2 Days” is currently doing a university special where the cast members transform into Seoul National University students.
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