Few More Days Of Voting For 2014 Korean Male Gods In China and Taiwan


All of the sudden there seems to have been a cleaning up in the total amount of votes. Until yesterday the gap between
Lee Min Ho (1) and Park Si Hoo (2) became wider with over 20,000+ votes a day. At this moment Park Si Hoo is approximately 55,000+ votes behind Lee Min Ho against over 150,000+ yesterday. Very strange.

This voting competition will finish on June 30, 2014.

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[VDO] Park Si Hoo Leaving Hotel Beijing To Return Home 2014.06.23

A short VDO impression of Park Si Hoo leaving his hotel in Beijing in order to return to Seoul on 2014.06.23.

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Let’s Meet Jessey Tsang – Director Movie “Scent”

Jessey Tsang Tsui Shan is the director of Park Si Hoo’s new movie “Scent”. As Park Si Hoo is very confident with this director I was wondering about her background and wanted to get to know her better.

As you will notice Jessey Tsang is a very skilled lady with her own ideas. The video interview which I have uploaded before also showed she has a lot in common with Park Si Hoo. Doesn’t that make them the perfect couple to create a good movie? Whatever Park Si Hoo is doing it turns into gold. The movies Jessey Tsang has done so far all received good critics and she has received Awards for her works as well. 

Let’s go through Jessey Tsang’s story.

In 2001 Jessey Tsang graduated from the School of Film and Television of the Hong Kong Academy of Performing Arts, majoring in Sound Design.

In 2005 she earned a Master of Fine Arts in Media Design and Technology Program from City University of Hong Kong.

Jessey Tsang’s first narrative short “Lonely Planet” won the Silver Award at the Hong Kong Independent Short Film & Video Awards (ifva) in 2004.

Her second narrative short “Oû est la sortie?” was finished in 2007 upon a grant by the Alliance Française in Hong Kong.

Her first feature film “Lovers on the Road” won the Best Drama Film Award, Chinese Film competition section, at the 8th South Taiwan Film Festival in 2008.

Credit: kumulaua, thanks!

Jessey Tsang has also won:

Special Mention Award for her short video “The Life and Times of Ho Chung Village” at the 15th Hong Kong Independent Short Film and Video Awards (ifva) in 2010. 

Award for Young Artist, category Film at the Hong Kong Arts Development Awards in 2011.

Best New Director Award at he 31st Hong Kong Film Awards in 2012 with her second feature film “Big Blue Lake”. 

Film of Merit Award at the 18th Hong Kong Film Critics Society Awards in 2012, also for “Big Blue Lake”.

Jury Prize at the 2012 Shanghai International Film Festival Awards.

In 2013 a Creative Odyssey “Shit Happening” produced together with Lee Kai Ho was an entry into the 2013 LomoKino Festival.

Credit: lomography hk, thanks!

Jessey Tsang’s works have been presented in countries like Italy, Germany, Poland and the United Kingdom and been featured at various prestigious film festivals.

“Lovers on the Road” was featured at the 11th International Women’s Film Festival in Seoul (IWFFIS 2009) and was the opening film of Asian Film Symposium 2008 in Singapore. It has also been screened at Cornerhouse’s Visible Secrets: Hong Kong’s Women Filmmakers season in 2009. 

“Big Blue Lake” premiered in 2011 at the Vancouver International Film Festival and was featured at HK15 Film Festival in 2012, which was held at Cornerhouse in Manchester, and at Osaka Asian Film Festival 2012.

Jessey Tsang’s previous works were anchored at a particular city, like Beijing, and a mixture of fantasy and reality. Besides that she has always worked with a mixture of amateurs and professionals. Now she has reached a different level where she needs something that only a professional actor or actress can act, especially in the leading roles. Nevertheless, she still enjoys working with amateurs, but it depends on the script.

Between shorts, experimental work and getting her features off the ground, Jessey Tsang filled in doing art administration and even did some film production around 2006, including work on Ang Lee’s Lust, Caution and The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.

In a nutshell this is the story of Jessey Tsang. I think it’s justified to conclude she is a very experienced woman. An independent filmmaker who also does commercial productions. A woman with a point of view of her own and eye for the people she is working with. I’m confident we can look forward to a new movie success in Park Si Hoo’s acting career.^^



CornerhouseIndependent Short Film and Video AwardsEasternkicksHong Kong Arts Development CouncilOsaka Asian Film FestivalInternational Women’s Film Festival in Seoul and LomoKino Festival

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[MV] Park Si Hoo Over The Years

This MV is showing photos of Park Si Hoo being shot over the years. Do you recognize any of them?

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[MV] Park Si Hoo, The Dancer

It’s always exciting to watch Park Si Hoo dancing. This MV shows plenty of it. Enjoy a lot!^^

Credit: SuperPSHPSH@youtube.com, thanks.

Source: ParkSiHoo4U

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Park Si Hoo Will Return To Seoul On Monday 23rd June, 2014


Park Si Hoo’s return flight is scheduled for Monday
23rd June, 2014.

Flight: OZ 334 (Asiana Airlines)

Departure Beijing: 3:20 pm (local time)

Arrival Seoul (Incheon): 6:20 pm (local time)

Have a good flight Park Si Hoo!


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[MV] Bobby Kim – This Attraction (OST HARU – 2010)

Some time ago I came across this MV with OST of HARU.
I like the song very much.^^

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Introduction to Chen Ran – Park Si Hoo’s Co-Star In Movie “Scent”

When you’re not from Asia yourself and depend on English for information about an Asian star, it is a lot more difficult to discover some. However, I tried my best because I wanted to write an article about Chen Ran to introduce her to Park Si Hoo’s fans being his co-star in the movie “Scent”.  Let’s see if I have managed to put together a proper introduction of Chen Ran for you to read and to enjoy.^^

Profile Chen Ran:

Name : Chen Ran
Chinese : 陈燃
Profession : Actress , Mode
Birthdate : November 24, 1985
Birthplace : Anhui , China

Ethnicity : Chinese
Nationality : China
Height : 167 cm
Star sign : Sagittarius
Almamater : Beijing Film Academy


I Have a Date with Spring (2013) – Drama/Romance
Ad Mania / 广告风云 (2011) – Drama

Prominent Family (2009)
Entertainment King (2006)
Magic Chef (2005) – Comedy
Di Renjie (2004)

 Credit picture: Wilma (Peris)


Scent (2014)
Say Yes! (2013) – Comedy/Romance
Cross (2012) – Thriller
Caught In The Web / 搜索 (2012) – Crime/Thriller
Founding Of The Party (2011) – Historical Drama
The Sorcerer And The White Snake (2011) – Action/Fairy
Ocean Heaven / 海洋天堂 (2010) – Drama
Confucius / 孔子 (2010) – Historical Drama

Prior to the Paris Fashion Week in 2012 Lane Crawford had an interview with Chen Ran who was considered to be one of the most talked-about fashion icons on the Chinese Mainland. She was an alum of the Beijing Film Academy with extraordinary talent and expressive style and impeccable taste as well. Her fashion repertoire is as impressive as her acting career (she starred in renowned filmmaker Chen Kaige’s “Caught in the Web”). She was endorsed by Chloé, has graced the cover of “Harper’s Bazaar China” and fast becomig an ever-present regular on the global fashion week circuit.

When Chen Ran is abroad for work in a new country she likes to go to the different local boutiques to shop for trinkets. It’s a wonderful thing to let her imagination run wild with clothing. She likes looks that are both natural and comfortable. She prefers to pair a cool jacket or accessory with a skirt or mini. During travelling she misses her dog the most. Her personal style is influenced by Alexa Chung and Kate Moss.


 Fashion related activities Chen Ran:

  • Red Carpet Event CHLOE China’s 5th Anniversary Ceremony at Expo Center on February 25, 2011 in Shanghai, China
  • Attending the Vivienne Tam Spring 2012 fashion show during Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week at The Theater at Lincoln Center on September 10, 2011 in New York City
  • Attending the Christian Dior Ready to Wear Spring/Summer 2012 show during Paris Fashion Week at Musee Rodin on September 30, 2011 in Paris, France
  • Attending the Louis Vuitton Ready to Wear Spring/Summer 2012 show during Paris Fashion Week on October 5, 2011 in Paris, France
  • Attending the Salvatore Ferragamo Spring/Summer show at the Ullens Centre for Contemporary Art on November 5, 2011 in Beijing, China
  • Attending the Elle Style Awards 2011 at Shanghai World Expo Center on November 15, 2011 in Shanghai, China
  • Attending the Bazaar Men’s Style Award on December 15, 2012 in Beijing, China
  • Attending the 125 Years of Italian Magnificence Opening Ceremony on February 16, 2012 in Shanghai, China
  • Attending Paris Fashion Week Autumn/Winter 2012 womenswear shows on March 6, 2012 in Paris, France
  • Attending the ELLE Semi-monthly Launch & Mercedes-Benz China Fashion Week Celebration Party on the eighth day of China Fashion Week at 751D.PARK on April 1, 2012 in Beijing, China
  • Attending the Jean Paul Gaultier show on May 11, 2012 in Beijing, China
  • Attending ELLE event on June 12, 2012 in Shanghai, China
  • Attending the opening of the Chanel: THE LITTLE BLACK JACKET Exhibition at 751 D.Park on June 18, 2013 in Beijing, China
  • Attending Louis Vuitton store opening ceremony at Shin Kong Place on July 26, 2013 in Beijing, China
  • Attending Miuccia Prada and Catherine Martin Dress Gatsby Exhibition in Prada store on September 10, 2013 in Shanghai, China
  • Attending the Viktor & Rolf show as part of the Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2014 at Espace Ephemere Tuileries on September 28, 2013 in Paris, France
  • Attending the Moncler Gamme Rouge show as part of the Paris Fashion Week Womenswear Spring/Summer 2014 on October 2, 2013 in Paris, France
  • Attending the Vogue NO.100 night at Ch’ien Men 23 on November 12, 2013 in Beijing, China
  • Attending the red carpet at the 2nd Sohu Fashion Achievement Awards ceremony in Shanghai, China, January 6, 2014

Credit slideshow to Wilma, thank you.

Chen Ran in magazines:

  • Harper’s Bazaar magazine promotes Chinese IT girl. Chen Ran is chosen as a new fashion icon, January 2011
  • Jessica, March 2012
  • Chen Ran in street style photoshoot, April 2012
  • Chen Ran covers “U+”, July 2013
  • Chen Ran in Paris, September 2013
  • Chen Ran covers “Ok!”, October 2013
  • Chen Ran in Paris for fashion shoot, November 2013

October 2010 Chen Ran accepted an offer of Chloé to customize jeans to be sold at auction and to be presented in Beijing for Vogue Fashion Night at Chloé’s China World boutigque in order to benefit the China Soong Ching Ling Foundation. According to Sina, as a result of the successful cooperation with Chen Ran, Chloé flew her to Paris to take part in the Paris Fashion Week.

It’s not hard to understand why Chen Ran is called a rising star in China. She is a much loved actress and model. My impression of her is that of a very adorable woman. I can’t wait to watch Park Si Hoo and Chen Ran together in movie “Scent”. I’m confident they will show us a couple with chemistry.^^



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Credit photos to Yahoo Images Search, Tumblr and Sihoorang 

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[VDO] Park Si Hoo’s Photo Shoot T.O.P. Magazine 2014.03, vol. 34

An impression of the photo shoot Park Si Hoo has done for T.O.P. Magazine 2014.03, vol. 34. Enjoy watching.^^

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[MV] First Anniversary Japan Official Fan Club

What’s another year? One year ago Park Si Hoo’s
Japan Official Fan Club (JOFC) opened its doors and is
celebrating its first anniversary. Congratulations!

Credit: oscar4500@youtube.com, thank you!

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