Taeyang has been on a roll, or rather a troll, on Twitter. Fans are often delighted that the Big Bang singer even Tweets in English to begin with, but he made some of their hearts stop when he suddenly confessed the following:
This caused VIPs all over the world to either get into an emotional fit or congratulate him with the fact the I Need A Girl singer finally got a girl. Speculating commenced almost immediately, and he quickly re-posted these Tweets in Korean so that his Korean followers could understand as well. By this point VIPs had lost their heads, Tweeting Taeyang to tell them who she is, so he Tweeted the following shortly after.
Sighs of relief came out of VIPs when they realized Taeyang was ‘trolling’ them, or making a joke. He even commented about how he should’ve made this joke last longer. But some VIPs has been commenting that the girl in the drawing looks a lot like Jennie Kim, one of YG Entertainment’s former mystery girls, who will soon debut with YG’s new girl group and make an appearance in G-Dragon‘s new music video, That XX.
He ended the small controversy with a loving tweet confirming VIPs’ love for him.
What do you think? Were you happy for Taeyang or sad? And do you think the drawing looks like Jennie Kim?
After receiving a lot of credit for his roles in the dramas Sungkyunkwan Scandal, Miss Ripley and the more recent Rooftop Prince, Yoochun considers taking on another drama role. Only months after finishing Rooftop Prince the popular singer andactor has been offered the lead role in a new drama project. Called I Miss You in English, the project is a conventional melodrama about first loves, which seems to be a more innocent genre compared to what Yoochun has played in before.
I Miss You will be about the first love of two young teenagers, but through some incidents they break up and don’t see each other again until the two meet again as adults and the drama will continue to follow their struggles. Yoochun’s co-star has not been confirmed, although there have been rumours Sohn Ye-jin has been offered the role, but apparently she turned it down due to the fact she’s filming a movie.
The drama will run for 16 episodes and it will take over the time slot of Arang and the Magistrate on MBC, and the drama should start airing in late October.