Supposed ending of Boys Before Flowers causes huge commotion

Highly anticipated drama Cain and Abel finally had its opening press conference and will begin on February 18th(woo-hoo!). Poor Han Ji-Min took the prize for most-uncomfortable-in-her-dress actress I’ve ever seen; it’s so obvious in all the pictures that she’s dreadfully afraid of exposure/one of those dreadful clothing mishaps the paparazzi never lets an actor live down.

Se7en, somewhat anti-climatically after all these months of promises and rumours, is finally, actually, officially, making his US debut on March 4 with his single Girls and an MV for it.

Last but not least, uber-popular Kdrama Boys Before Flowers might be extended (hmm. I have mixed feelings about this. I’m afraid they’re going to ruin it by cramming in more content just to make more money)

Se7en and BoA: a Real American Debut!

Looks like Se7en, after two years of rumours and delays(in which we saw him most of the time sitting around LA looking bored), and BoA, after one year of the same, are both finally going to release an actual US album.

Se7en will release his on Valentine’s Day according to his record company YG Entertainment – “We will first release Se7en’s single album as a digital single. We are working at releasing it on 14th February which is also Valentines’ Day.” His debut song is called “Girlz” (highly original Se7en. highly original)

More info here

BoA’s first American album, meanwhile, comes out March 17 headed by the single “I Did It for Love”. Her previously released(and I gotta admit, highly catchy) single “Eat You Up” has been climbing U.S. Billboards slowly but surely, now in the top 10 ranks at #8 position on the ‘Hot Dance Club Play’ chart for February 7th.