Posted: 22 Oct 2012 01:39 AM PDT
South Korean singer and actor Kim Jeong-hoon last week performed on a local TV show for the first time in nearly seven years. The Hallyu star put on the first televised performance of his new ballad Heart For Only One Person on Mnet's live music show Music Triangle, which aired last Wednesday.
The remake tune is the title track of his new mini-album My Story, which was released on Oct 12, and lists five sentimental and nostalgic tunes.
"It's been seven years since I last performed on local music shows. I'm so nervous that I'm not sure if I can do well when singing live. But I'll do my best on my longed-for stage," Kim said in a statement before the show. The Present singer will be busy with the new album's promotional activities in South Korea, while his new film Mr. Jeong-hoon!!! My Star Is A Chickenman?!" is set to open in Japan on Oct 31. – Reuters
Posted: 22 Oct 2012 02:02 AM PDT
Peals of laughter is set to ensue on 988 this week; you'll be happily entertained by the DJs. To make it sweeter, heaps of giveaways are up for grabs, too.
Badminton is one of our country's strongest sports in the international arena. Meanwhile, football's popularity in Malaysia is second to none. But what about basketball? How does it feature in Malaysia's sport scene? Basketball fans out there, this topic is definitely for you.
Lee Lik-Chi is one of Hong Kong's highly acclaimed comedy film directors, screenplay writers and actors. He is perhaps best known for his successful partnership with comedy maestro Stephen Chow. According to Lee, Chow, Kuk Tak Chiu and he were once the "iron triangle" of Hong Kong comedy films.
One of K-Pop's hottest groups, Big Bang (pic), is coming to Malaysia this weekend for a one-night only, sold-out concert. If you couldn't get tickets, you now stand a chance to be one of the lucky few to win exclusive passes to the group's private rehearsal on the day of the show. Don't miss this golden opportunity, K-Pop fans, as 988 is the only station that will be giving this out!
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Have your colleagues been pestering you for a treat? Do you want to bring your family or friends out for a good meal but cannot really afford to? Well then, good news! "HEA HEA HEA HEA HEA!" lets you treat four of your favourite people to an all-you-can-eat Korean BBQ buffet feast. Also, Datin Ong's searching squad for Ah Huat will be at the Cheras Leisure Mall in Kuala Lumpur, at 2pm on Oct 28. Expect heaps of laughter and giveaways from the team.
Some of us may speak Cantonese on a daily basis, but do you know the difference between "mm gai" and "tor jie"? Learn the correct pronunciations and the art of speaking Cantonese like a pro.
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