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Wednesday, September 22, 2021

Celebrities who married doctors and lawyers

Article: Doctors, judges, prosecutors... Celebrities marry partners with professional jobs

Source: Everyday Economy via Naver

Joo Jin Mo's wife is a doctor
Yum Jung Ah's husband is a doctor
Go Ji Yong's wife is a doctor
Lee Yoon Ji's husband is a dentist
Park Myung Soo's doctor is a doctor
Jun Hye Bin's husband is a dentist
Kim Won Joon's wife is a prosecutor
Han Ji Hye's husband is a prosecutor
Song Il Guk's wife is a judge
Park Jin Hee's husband is a lawyer


1. [+1,154, -10] I don't want to go to work tomorrow...

2. [+392, -11] They're just balancing out what they might lack, whether it be beauty, intelligence, or wealth...

3. [+89. -5] Well, I'm sure they balanced out everything they were looking for in a partner but if my son was a doctor or a judge, I'd never let him marry a celebrity

4. [+84, -2] I wonder if they can hold conversations... most celebrities dropped out of school to pursue their careers so what happens if they end up marrying a judge or a doctor...

5. [+74, -0] Nothing shocking when there's a celebrity even living with a bar host...

6. [+65, -2] Park Myung Soo's wife is a dermatologist, not sure if they're considered doctors

7. [+51, -2] It's usually the less educated but wealthy who seek partners with better education or career credentials. Just like the age old story of entrepreneurs who pull themselves up by the bootstraps wanting only a judge or lawyer for his own daughter to marry ㅋㅋ

8. [+45, -2] I will never understand professionals who get married to celebrities

9. [+35, -1] I reckon it's frustrating for these professionals to try to hold conversations with their celebrity partners. The gap in intelligence must be so huge. They're pretty to look at but know nothing beyond that. 

10. [+28, -0] The reason why stars and professionals are a match is simple. Professionals dedicate their whole lives to studying for their fields and don't have much experience with women. I imagine they have a lot of interest in pretty celebrities and have the wealth and means to attract them. Celebrities, on the other hand, have a ton of experience because bees are attracted to flowers, right? They get their pick of the litter and obviously they're going to pick the easiest path to going up class levels and securing retirement. 


Jung Ho Yeon and Lee Yoomi enjoy skyrocketing fame after breakout roles in 'Squid Game'

Article: 'Squid Game' Jung Ho Yeon's international popularity skyrockets, SNS followers jump from 400k to 1.3 million

Source: Insight via Instagram

1. [+187] I can't believe that was her first time acting.. why is she so good

2. [+185] Lee Dong Hui must be happy at this news

3. [+77] Her acting's really good but her North Korean saturi was kind of cringy... I think she could've showed off her more of her acting chops if she didn't have to play a North Korean character 👏👏👏

4. [+53] I stayed up all night on Chuseok to watch this ㅋㅋ ㅋㅋ😂😂😂

5. [+42] Honestly, her acting as a North Korean defector was kind of awkward but she did really great for her first time

6. [+7] She has surpassed 1.4 million now

7. [+37] Let's get her co-star Lee Yoomi to skyrocket too!

8. [+4] Jung Ho Yeon and Lee Yoomi are both so great


Article: Netflix's Saebyeok x Jiyoung's chemistry brings in the fans through Netflix's 'Squid Game'

Source: Insight via Instagram

1. [+204] She looks like Sulli

2. [+131] That Jiyoung person is great at acting

3. [+105] She gives me a mix of Sulli and Goo Hara vibes. She's very beautiful on the outside but her acting was too good and it made me so sad ㅠㅠ

4. [+136] She's been very consistent with her work and has a great career history + talent to back it up, I respect her a lot

5. [+42] She deserves all the fame

6. [+17] It felt great seeing someone so fresh and cool instead of your usual plastic beauty..

7. [+62] They were the best actors of the show

8. [+10] I sobbed because of them ㅠㅠ

9. [+8] Sigh.. Saebyeok was charming but Jiyoung tug at my heartstrings

10. [+6] I want them both to go to Jeju Island!!!


TV: [Spoilers!!!] 'Squid Game' is the first Korean drama to climb to Netflix's #1 series

Article: 'The Squid Game' is the first Korean drama to rank #1 on Netflix's world chart

Source: Seoul Economy via Naver

1. [+769, -14] Our country's dramas are so amazing. A lot of great reviews as well. Fighting to Korea.

2. [+449, -71] To all of you complaining about plagiarism, please go educate yourself on what plagiarism actually is. If this is plagiarism, then every survival genre after 'Battle Royale' like 'The Hunger Games', 'Cube', 'Kaiji', 'Liar Game', 'Genius Game', 'Escape Room', 'Alice in Borderland', 'Mind Game', 'Hunt', etc are all considered plagiarism too, then. The genre may be survival but the drama itself features traditional Korean games. Please stop going around calling the drama plagiarism, it's embarrassing.

3. [+291, -10] I felt something in my heart when I learned that the script was written 10 years ago but it was only recently that they met an investor willing to bring it to life. It really won against the battle of time.

4. [+223, -6] I kept thinking 'what would I do if that were me' while watching...;;

5. [+162, -19] I actually didn't understand why Lee Jung Jae was acting so moral and just in the end. I actually related better to the feelings of the hosts.

6. [+60, -1] It's honestly a good drama. I like that our country has reached a point where we can produce good works like this with the investment needed. I personally liked it best because there was no PR or romance lines.

7. [+52, -7] I personally didn't understand the ending... The protagonist had lived all of his life off the back of his sickly mother, even emptying her bank account to blow it all on gambling... Then he played the games by sacrificing those weaker than him, and all of a sudden he has a problem with murder?!! Since when did the character care so much about justice and morality for them to end it like that? I wish they just left out all the beginning scenes of the gambling and his mother... just frame him as an unemployed guy with a good heart. I couldn't relate to the hypocrisy at the end and the show's attempt to turn him into some justice warrior.

8. [+43, -0] Look how fun dramas can be when you leave out all that stuff about love and romance ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ First 'DP' and now 'The Squid Game', all these plots are so good

9. [+25, -9] By the way, the scenario for this drama was out in 2009, and it came before the Japanese drama. If anyone copied anyone, it's the other way around.

10. [+10, -1] This drama's so good, I watched it all in one sitting


Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Japanese baseball player Yuasa Dai is a BTS V lookalike?

 Article: Japanese baseball player is a BTS V lookalike? "His smile..."

Source: Wikitree via Instagram

1. [+485] He does look alike, though..?

2. [+383] Nothing about them look alike;

3. [+140] Is this a joke?

4. [+153] Don't piss me off

5. [+103] Nope

6. [+66] This is not right to V...

7. [+36] Nope, never, not at all

8. [+25] Huh?

9. [+57] Not even an ounce... 😢

10. [+7] More Lee Seung Woo than V? ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

11. [+5] Feels unfair to compare a celebrity who gets his looks pampered versus an athlete who's out in the sun all day ㅋㅋ I can see some similarities ㅎㅎ


Hani looks like a doll in latest picture updates

Article: Hani looks to have gone back to her peak beauty days during EXID

Source: Insight via Instagram

1. [+106] Hani has always been very pretty

2. [+135] She looks like a whole different person

3. [+24] Wow she looks prettier 👍

4. [+21] She looks like Hashimoto Kanna, idol for life..

5. [+6] Did she get work done on her face?

6. [+5] Hani's always been pretty 😍

7. [+3] She's always been pretty but she looks even prettier now, what an elf

8. [+3] Did she get work done?? Who is this~ ㅋㅋㅋ

9. [+2] She looks way different on TV compared to pictures