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Kim Woo-bin (born Kim Hyun-joong [1] on July 16, 1989) is a South Korean model and actor . [2] He began his career as a runway model and made his acting debut in the television drama White Christmas . He subsequently gained attention in A Gentleman's Dignity (2012), and made his breakthrough with School 2013 (2013-2013) and The Heirs (2013). Kim later starred in box office hits Friend: The Great Legacy (2013), The Con Artists (2014) and Twenty (2015). In 2016, he took on his first leading role on television in Uncontrollably Fond .

Kim wanted to pursue a modeling career since he was a high school student. He debuted as a runway model in 2009 at the age of 20 and began appearing in prêt-à-porter and Seoul Fashion Week collections. [3]

As his modeling career progressed, he started doing commercial films and began studying acting, under the guidance of acting coach Moon Won-joo. [4] Kim fell in love with acting, saying, "In the course of doing so, I found myself feeling the same thrill and enthusiasm that I felt the first time I came to walk on the runway." [2]

Under the stage name Kim Woo-bin, he made his acting debut in 2011, starring in mystery drama White Christmas and the low-rated cable sitcom Vampire Idol . [5] [6] [7]

In 2012, he had a supporting role in the romantic comedy drama A Gentleman's Dignity , written by famed screenwriter Kim Eun-sook . [8] [9] [10] Next came a two-episode guest appearance in drama adaptation of the popular manga To the Beautiful You . [11]

Kim's breakout year came in 2013 when he featured in the teen drama School 2013 . He received his first acting award for the role at the 2nd APAN Star Awards under the category Best New Actor. [12] [13]

The same year, he was cast in Kim Eun-sook's teen drama The Heirs , which became popular domestically and internationally with a peak audience rating of 28.6% and 1 million hits on the Chinese streaming website iQiyi . [14] [15] [16] [17] Kim experienced a surge in popularity overseas. [18] This led to increased advertising contracts and acting offers for the actor. [19] [20] [21]

We all knew that this moment of truth would come; we just didn’t know how painful it would be. In this final chapter, it’s curtains on Jae-hee’s charade and she’ll need to jump the highest hurdle yet: reality. And just when you think she’s alone in all of this, we see that there are those willing to put their own necks at risk to protect her. Sad as it may be, it’s time to close the gates to Genie High.

Morning breaks and Jae-hee wakes a still-groggy Tae-joon out of bed. She’s even prepared breakfast (no Wheaties?) with a nice large glass of milk to wash it down with.

Just because the boys are now frenemies (in the nicer sense) doesn’t mean they let up any at practice, working harder than ever. They share tips on how to jump higher and better, a sight that makes Coach Baek smile.

Jae-hee employs Doc’s help to learn a thing or two about giving sports massages for Tae-joon. Then Doc asks if the binding on her wrap still gives her trouble. She informs him that she’s gotten used to the constriction – an answer that earns her a noogie.

I love how Hanna dolls up prior to Seung-ri’s arrival and then puts on her normal snobbish air in his presence. She pretends that all the little things still annoy her (though they clearly don’t), even saying that his words give her goosebumps.

He didn’t have enough time to prepare a joke today but he has heard an interesting rumor that there’s a girl in his dormitory. That’s news to Hanna, whose eyes grow wide, and she asks what he’ll do about it.

Seung-ri shrugs and figures that he’ll have his dorm train shirtless to confirm whether it’s true. Is there an extra seat on that training bus?

Lee Tae-min (born July 18, 1993 [1] ), better known by the mononym Taemin , is a South Korean singer, dancer and actor. He debuted as a vocalist and main dancer of the group Shinee in May 2008. He began his acting career in 2009 with MBC 's comedy Tae Hee, Hye Kyo, Ji Hyun as Junsu. [2]

Taemin made his solo debut with his first EP titled Ace on August 18, 2014 with title track "Danger". [3] On February 23, 2016, Taemin released his first studio album Press it with title track "Press Your Number". [4] On July 27, 2016, Taemin made his solo debut in Japan with his first EP titled Solitary Goodbye .

In 2008, Taemin was chosen as a member of Shinee . The group official debuted on May 25, 2008, in the program SBS's Inkigayo . [5] Additionally to his work as a singer, Taemin made his acting debut in 2009 in MBC 's comedy "Tae Hee, Hye Kyo, Ji Hyun" as Junsu. [2] Years later in January 2012, stepping into the field of voice-over for the first time, Taemin took part as a voice actor for the Korean animated movie called The Outback as the main character, Johnny, a white koala turned hero, along with fellow labelmate, Girls' Generation 's Sunny . [6]

On September 19, 2012, Taemin released his first OST , "U", for the drama To The Beautiful You . [7] On October 16, 2012 it was announced that Taemin, alongside Super Junior 's Eunhyuk and Super Junior-M 's Henry , Girls' Generation 's Hyoyeon , and EXO 's Kai and Luhan would participate as a 6-member dance team for the Veloster theme song, " Maxstep ", the collaboration album between S.M. Entertainment and Hyundai . A video teaser of the song shown at the PYL Younique Show on October 17, 2012. [8]

In April 2013, S.M. Entertainment revealed that Taemin would be taking part in the reality variety show " We Got Married " with Son Na-eun as his partner, replacing the previous couple Kwanghee and Sunhwa . [9] In the same year, Taemin made three episode appearance on the drama Dating Agency: Cyrano as idol singer Ray/Yang Ho-yeol. [10] In June 2013, he featured in Super Junior-M's Henry solo song " Trap " alongside Super Junior 's Kyuhyun . [11] In December of that year, he participated in the soundtrack of the series Prime Minister and I , "Footsteps," the first track to be previewed on the series at the end of its third episode, was composed and arranged by Kim Jung-bae with the vocals by himself. [12]

On August 18, 2014, Taemin made his solo debut and released his first mini album Ace , which contains six songs. [3] The music video for the title song, "Danger", was released on August 16. The choreography for "Danger" was created by American choreographer Ian Eastwood and SM's performance directing team BeatBurger. Taemin headed to a dance studio in L.A. in order to learn the performance. [13]

On February 3, 2015, Taemin was confirmed for the cast of the first season of Match Made in Heaven Returns . [14] On April 14, 2015, Taemin was also a cast member in JTBC 's program Off to School alongside other celebrities. On June 1, 2015, he released the song "That Name" in collaboration with Jonghyun , for the soundtrack of KBS2 's Who Are You: School 2015 . [15] The song debuted at number 36 on the Gaon Digital Chart . [16]

tempegoreng Aug 16 2016 12:28 am i may be biased (for his looks lol) but i really want to see more of his acts (and his drum plays too). i love him so much jdkdkdk. thats fine if he's not going to play the lead role, or even that he's just standing there doing nothing, i think it gives me more lifes lol

Star Wars Fan Jun 23 2016 12:58 am I saw him on Radio Star - he is a very refined young man. He was very well dressed and left me with a nice impression of him. He plays the drums exceptionally well. He also looks like Tom Cruise. I haven't seen him before or in any of his dramas. Too bad people can't just appreciate people for who they are.

XO Feb 25 2016 4:47 pm If he learned to speak English really fluently, he could probably become a huge crossover international star. He's already modeling and making films in China. He has an appeal that crosses barriers. He could be so much bigger than what his career is now. I think he's being held back in Korea due to the racism towards people who are mixed (or even just look mixed). If he'd branched out to North America or Europe he'd be a Hollywood star by now. The comments here and on other sites are proof that people like him, even if Korea doesn't appreciate him.

kpopkitty Feb 15 2016 5:35 am Such a shame he's not been active in movies or dramas. He's one of the most handsome, and he's a great actor as well.

Yan India Feb 13 2016 1:04 pm I got to know about this amazing actor after watching K-drama "shut up flower boy band" and he was incredibly amazing !! Jus wanna wish u (Lee Hyun Jee) all the very best and God Bless !!

Victoria Sep 27 2015 10:09 pm I have been re-watching "Shut Up & Let's Go", and once again I find my self moved by this gentleman's quiet performance. His talent is portraying such a kind yet strong individual with so little 'noise' is truly amazing. It is my honest hope that his future is full much joy and many blessings.

Gemini Aug 08 2015 8:49 am Ghad... i hope you'll have more movies and shows... you caught my attention in the drama series "Shut up flower boy band"... i said to myself "what the heck! they have a gorgeous drummer and he look really hot with his long hair... I hope you'll be more successful in your career... by the way i love your hair really... it makes you extrq hot...



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We all knew that this moment of truth would come; we just didn’t know how painful it would be. In this final chapter, it’s curtains on Jae-hee’s charade and she’ll need to jump the highest hurdle yet: reality. And just when you think she’s alone in all of this, we see that there are those willing to put their own necks at risk to protect her. Sad as it may be, it’s time to close the gates to Genie High.

Morning breaks and Jae-hee wakes a still-groggy Tae-joon out of bed. She’s even prepared breakfast (no Wheaties?) with a nice large glass of milk to wash it down with.

Just because the boys are now frenemies (in the nicer sense) doesn’t mean they let up any at practice, working harder than ever. They share tips on how to jump higher and better, a sight that makes Coach Baek smile.

Jae-hee employs Doc’s help to learn a thing or two about giving sports massages for Tae-joon. Then Doc asks if the binding on her wrap still gives her trouble. She informs him that she’s gotten used to the constriction – an answer that earns her a noogie.

I love how Hanna dolls up prior to Seung-ri’s arrival and then puts on her normal snobbish air in his presence. She pretends that all the little things still annoy her (though they clearly don’t), even saying that his words give her goosebumps.

He didn’t have enough time to prepare a joke today but he has heard an interesting rumor that there’s a girl in his dormitory. That’s news to Hanna, whose eyes grow wide, and she asks what he’ll do about it.

Seung-ri shrugs and figures that he’ll have his dorm train shirtless to confirm whether it’s true. Is there an extra seat on that training bus?