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  • Learn Which Residential Areas Are Hot Among The Stars

    2011/05/11, Source
    The lives of celebrities never fail to intrigue the regular Joes out there. Much attention is paid to what they do, who they date, and where they live. Being that celebrities tend to seek out homes that are appropriate for their higher salaries in quiet neighborhoods where they can live out their private lives in peace, many coincidentally flock to the same buildings or areas. For example, two very famous Korean star couples live in the same luxury-style villa in Samsung-dong of Seoul: comedian Lee Hwi-jae and his wife, and Korea's Brangelina, Jang Dong-gun and Ko So-young. Jang and Ko moved into Lee's building last April to live right beneath him. There are rumors that the two couples get together often due to their shared love for baseball,...More
  • Actors Yoon, Im Wed
    2007/02/14, Source
    By Chung Ah-young
    Staff Reporter

    Actor Yoon Tae-young, 32, the only son of Samsung Electronics Vice Chairman Yoon Jong-yong, and actress Im Yoo-jin, 26, married yesterday, Valentine',...
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  • An Old Man Turned Director?

    2004/11/24, Source
    by Gab-Sik Kim (dunanworld@donga.com)


    "Excuse me. Can you just watch for one? Yes? You don't want to see? Eh. Just watch it for one".

    Director and main actor,...
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