Lee Hong Ki is a Korean idol, Singer, Actor and MC. He is the lead singer of popular Korean band F.T. Island, a South Korean rock band, is well known for his powerful and versatile voice. In his family, he is the elder sibling and has a younger sister who currently still lives with their parents. He has been attending Kyung Hee University since March 9, 2009, majoring in Drama and Theater.
profile role in the acclaimed South-Korean TV series, “HIGH SCHOOL”.
Doo Na’s first leading role in a motion picture was in the black comedy, “BARKING DOGS NEVER BITE”. Winner of the Best New Actress Award at the 21st edition of the Blue Dragon Awards (South Korea’s Golden Globe), Doo Na became a critic’s favorite for her layered yet animated portrayal of a young woman who helps her tenant locate a lost dog.
After choosing to play a more feminine and “normal” character in the 1999 release PLUM BLOSSOM, Don-na Bae went on to star in the critically acclaimed TAKE CARE OF MY CAT, playing once again, a character who is independent from both family and men. With TAKE CARE OF MY CAT, Bae Doo-Na won three Best Actress Awards-on at the 9th Chunsa Film & Art Film festival, another at the 38th Baek Sang Art Awards and the prestigious Korean film critics award.
In her time off, Bae took up photography, much of which can be seen on her official blog and her photo book. Bae finally stepped onto a theater stage in 2004, for a production of Sunday Seoul (not to be confused with the South Korean movie of the same title). The play was co-written by Park Chan-wook, whom she had previously worked with.
In 2005, Bae appeared in the Japanese film Linda Linda Linda, and in 2006 she worked with Bong Joon-ho again on The Host, currently the highest grossing film in South Korean box office history.
In 2009-2010, she won accolades for Air Doll, a film by Japanese director Hirokazu Koreeda about an inflatable sex doll that develops a soul and falls in love.
In 2015, she also acted as Sun Bak in the American sci-fi web show, “Sense8”, which aired on Netflix.
Sandara Park (born November 12, 1984, better known by her stage name Dara, is a South Korean singer, actress and host. Seen as one of the few most influential Korean stars in the Philippines due to the success of her multifaceted career, she was given the honorific national title “Pambansang Krungkrung ng Pilipinas”, and was nicknamed the “BoA of the Philippines” by Korean fans. She is recognized as a fashion and beauty icon because of her eccentric and distinct fashion style. Park is also acknowledged for acting as a bridge between Filipino and South Korean culture, and was given a plaque of appreciation by the Korea Tourism Organization for her contributions. Aspects of Park’s personal life, including her relationships, family issues, and the fallout with Hero Angeles while still in the Philippines, attracted national attention as well.
Aside from promoting with 2NE1, Dara became active as Communications Director and actress. Also known as Dara, she is a member of the South Korean girl group 2NE1 alongside Minzy, CL and Park Bom. She released her own single “Kiss” in 2009 and has appeared on many popular TV programs, like Star Circle Quest. She met the ABS-CBN TV personality Pauleen Luna for a school assignment and Luna encouraged her to try out for the network’s talent show.