MV: Lee Min-ho in 강남 1970 (aka Gangnam Blues) The Prodigy – Wild Frontier

Gangnam Blues (강남 1970) is a 2015 South Korean noir action film written and directed by Yoo Ha, starring Lee Min-ho and Kim Rae-won.


The film is set in the 1970s against the backdrop of the real estate development of Seoul’s Gangnam district amidst socio-political turmoil. The friendship of two childhood friends is tested as they find themselves entangled in the collusion and battles between political powers and criminal organizations.

This video contains **SPOILERS**

In the wild frontier, off the beaten track
In the wild frontier, better watch your back
Where your dreams get real or your blood gets spilled
Gotta face your fears in the wild frontier

Music: The Prodigy – Wild Frontier (from the Album “The Day Is My Enemy)

Some screencaps (in no particular order):

“Blue Marble” Photos of Earth

Earth as seen on July 6, from a distance of almost one million miles by a NASA scientific camera on board the Deep Space Climate Observatory spacecraft.
“Blue Marble” taken by Apollo 17 astronauts in 1972, more than four decades ago.

Photo Credit: NASA
Source: The New York Times

Daniel Henney for Global K-FI (picspam)

All pictures cropped from this video:

able – Global K-FI Director’s cut

title: Global K-FI
client: HYUNDAI securities
agency: ISMG Korea
produciton: 2bonbu/ Sonyeon
director: SONYEON (소년)
DOP: Choi, Moonyong
models: Daniel Henney, Claudia Kim
location: Singapore

Daniel Henney as “Womanizer” Bill in One Night Surprise 一夜惊喜 (2013) MV w/ Fan Bingbing

Edit: Hahaha, just saw that it’s unblocked again! (07/27/2015). Now it’s only Germany that has it blocked … as usual. ;)

Shortly after reaching 100,000 views on YouTube, I got a copyright notice informing me that my video had been blocked in some countries:

Your video can’t be played in these countries: American Samoa, Antarctica, Bhutan, British Indian Ocean Territory, Cuba, Germany, Gibraltar, Guam, Guernsey, Isle of Man, Jersey, Niue, Northern Mariana Islands, Pitcairn, Puerto Rico, South Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands, Tokelau, United Kingdom, United States, United States Minor Outlying Islands, Wallis and Futuna


These copyright claims come and go and this one might just be temporary as well, but I decided to (re-)upload my little video to Vimeo too.

If you don’t live in one of the above mentioned countries/territories, you can still watch it here. Thank you all for watching, rating, sharing, and subscribing ♥

[May 2009 – Allure] Daniel Henney – Big Bang! Daniel – Interview

Originally posted on The Sunny Town:

Allure - Daniel Henney

This was during the promo tour for “Wolverine”. The photo shoot concept was a killer coming back from a job and to look all tortured and lonely. Basically, everybody was fangirling/fanboying over him during the photo shoot.

Your Korean really improved! How much did you improve compared to the “My Lovely Sam Soon” days?

At that time, I could say nothing but “hello, how are you?” [t/n: “annyeonghaseyo”]. I think I can understand almost nearly everything now. However, speaking is always complicated. I want to do well, so I don’t know if this isn’t reason I’m feeling even more this way.

Your Korean is already great. What else do you want to improve?

It’s because of acting. If I don’t pull off the language aspect, I can’t convey the emotion the way I should and it’s hard to do ad-libs. To me, Korean isn’t just a language, it’s a challenge.

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Shirtless Gregory Peck and John Russell in Yellow Sky (1948)

Some classic shirtlessness to brighten your day (all screencaps by me).


Daniel Henney in 마이 파더 My Father – Roads Untraveled


Just a repost … Happy Father’s Day!

Originally posted on Tintorera:

My Father (마이 파더) is a 2007 South Korean film, written and directed by Hwang Dong-hyuk. The film, which is based on a true story, is about an adopted son who is searching for his biological parents in South Korea. During his search he meets a man who claims to be his real father, a condemned murderer on death row.

Cast: Daniel Henney (James Parker), Kim Yeong-cheol (Hwang Nam-cheol), Richard Riehle (John Parker)

Music: Linkin Park – Roads Untraveled (Living Things)

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