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Who's Got the Tape?
Who's Got the Tape?
(Movie, 2004)
My Tutor Friend
My Tutor Friend
(Movie, 2003)
동갑내기 과외하기

Soo-wan's school senior Si-kyeong (수완 학교 선배 시경)

Soonpoong Clinic
Soonpoong Clinic
(Drama, 1998)
순풍 산부인과

Special appearance (특별출연)

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  • Why Celebrities Get Hooked on Gambling

    2013/11/16, Source
    A spate of celebrities are being investigated for online gambling, most prominently Tony An of the defunct boy band H.O.T., comedian Lee Soo-geun, singer and TV host Tak Jae-hoon, Andy of the six-man band Shinhwa and others. Gambling is illegal in Korea except for a couple of state-run and strictly limited flutters. But celebrities often risk their careers and popularity with an unusually censorious public by gambling illegally,...More
  • The entertainment business: a statistical analysis of what happens after stars find trouble

    2012/02/19, Source
    A mother with a large brood never has a peaceful day. It's the same for the entertainment business. There are drugs, drunk driving, violence, gambling, education fraud and more. The patterns for those stars who find themselves in trouble are similar. They take some time of to self reflect and return. The period of self reflection differs according to the severity of the problem and the star's profession. Drunk driving can be seen as needing the shortest period of self reflection. The average turned out to be only about 6.6 months. Drug cases take more than 20 months to recover from. Only after about two years could stars come out in front of fans with their heads down,...More

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