The title of the movie is “MulGue (Monster from the Water)”, and her co-star will be Kim MyungMin, one of the famous actors in Korea. She will be joining the movie team after she finishes her stages of comeback.
The movie will be based on a true historical story from Korea Chosun Dynasty, where a king moves his palace for there was a monster in the water attempting the crown. There is no official information about the movie other than this, however, it is to be a comedy and is to be filmed by producers famous for comic movies.
HyeRi was not new to acting, for she was on several dramas, such as Reply 1988, and Entertainer, however, this will be her first time shooting a film.
Fans of HyeRi look forward to see her not only on air but also on screen.
The Girl’s Day girls prove once again just how beautiful they are inside as they are out. In order to give hope to the young girls of underdeveloped countries, Girl’s Day participated in a photoshoot hosted by Plan A and Grazia magazine.
NGO Plan A and Grazia collaborated to create a shoot for the girls who were never given the chance to live as just normal girls. Many under priviledged girls grow up without having the opportunity to be their youthful and feminine selves, but work continuously and are even harassed as a young child.
Girl’s Day’s HyeRi, YuRaand SoJinposed alongside other famous feminists of the Korean entertainment industry, such as Kim SungRyoung, Jeon MiSun, BaekJinHee, MoonGaYoung, ParkNaRaeand more. To raise awareness for the impoverished life that the young girls grow up in, Plan Korea launched their Because I Am a Girl (BIAAG) campaign. Wearing the BIAAG’s pink shirts, these famous Korean celebrities joined hands for a wonderful shoot.
Girl’s Day has been an active partner for Plan Korea since 2013, continuously donating their time and efforts to help the girls in need. Girl’s Day not only participates in promotional events, but also personally fly out to the various countries to lend a hand and inspire the young children.
Video footage of the girls’ volunteer work for this year will also be released through Grazia’s home page.
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These girl crush ladies are back to make you wanna be them!
Formed under Zenith Media Contents, Wanna.B debuted on July 20, 2015 with their debut single “Attention”, followed by “Hands Up”. The group consists of 7 members: Ami, EunSom, JiWoo, LinA, RoEun, SeJin, and SiYoung. The girls are most famous for their uniform concepts, which has stolen the hearts of many K-Pop fans out there. The latest issue maker is LinA of the group, who is actually the older sister of Girl’s Day’s MinAh.
With so much anticipation in store, the girls continue to return with sexy music that brightens up the dance floor. Their latest comeback feature “My Type”, which is set to be released on June 28, 2016.
Let us introduce you to the uniformed girls of K-Pop, Wanna.B!
(Zenith Media Contents)
Birth: February 27, 1991
Interesting Facts: Older sister of Girl’s Day MinAh
(Woo Ah Mi)
Birth: June 5, 1994
Birth: July 10, 1988
Position: Leader, Rapper
Birth: January 20, 1994
Birth: June 20, 1990
Position: Main Vocalist
Birth: September 23, 1994
Position: Main Vocalist
Interesting Facts: Former member of Badkiz and Luluz