[Okay this has been talked-about for a while now, but I’m still intrigued.]

Barbie Hsu (Da S) is engaged to Chinese 2nd generation chaebol Wang Xiaofei! Their whirlwind romance has been causing a storm in the Chinese media and speculations finally came to an end with Wang’s confirmation of their engagement on his Wei Bo on 29th Oct afternoon. The two apparently met and fell in love at first sight at Taiwanese actress Ady An‘s birthday party in Beijing, and are planning to marry in February next year.

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I became inexplicably drawn to Sungkyunkwan Scandal from like episode 8, and it definitely has a lot to do with the awfully sexy and charismatic Yoo Ah In! Omg, that guy totally owns my heart now ❤

It’s not like I don’t know that Sun-joon and Yoon-hee are the OTP and Sun-joon truly deserves her love and affection. (Not that Guh-ro doesn’t, really!) So one moment I’m giggling at the cuteness of the OTP, and another moment I’m clutching my chest in hurt for my Guh-ro. Show is seriously turning me schizophrenic.

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The opening ceremony of the 15th Pusan International Film Festival was held in Busan, South Korea, on 7 October 2010.  This year, the Asian film festival showcases 308 films from 67 countries and runs from 7 October to 15 October. Onward to the exciting part, the red carpet!

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Pictured is Kim Tae Hee (Grand Prix ) on the cover of Hera Magazine. Love the backdrop and colours of the photoshoot!

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The film Late Autumn starring Tang Wei and Hyun Bin released a preview poster (which somehow reminded me of the musical film Once) from the Toronto International Film Festival. The poster shows the pair walking out from a motel and reads “True love knows no stranger”, referring to the fateful acquaintance and short-lived romance between a woman granted special leave from prison (Tang Wei) and a counterfeiter on the run (Hyun Bin).

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Two Park Shin Hye posts in a row? *pat on the back* Frankly, these pictures motivated me to do the previous one :p

Sassy and adorable photoshoot!

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Park Shin Hye will be starring opposite Taiwanese actor George Hu (K.O.3an Guo, ToGetHer) in the GTV drama adaptation of popular Japanese manga series Hayate the Combat Butler. She will be playing Nagi Sanzen’in, the only heir to the Sanzen’in fortune and a short-tempered and spoiled, but ultimately good-natured one. (Yoon Eun Hye: you sure are following my footsteps!)

George Hu will tackle the role of Hayate Ayasaki, the butler of the Sanzen’in family. Due to a misunderstanding, Nagi ends up falling in love with Hayate. Tia Li, who appeared in Summer’s Desire as Ou Chen’s mom (very pretty face, but cannot act for nuts), is also cast.

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