Showing posts with label Shinhwa Broadcast. Show all posts
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Friday, November 15, 2013

Andy exits ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’ after involvement in illegal gambling


Shinhwa’s Andy who was recently involved in illegal gambling scandal, announced to be taking a break from all activities including ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’.

On November 14, T.O.P Media released a statement on Andy’s homepage, “We extend our apology to everyone who support Andy through this shameful event. Andy reflects deeply on his actions. He will be suspending all his activities and take time for self-reflection. He has already informed the staff of the programs that he is appearing in.”

Andy was recently indicted on charges of illegal gambling, along with other celebrities like Boom, Lee Soo Geun, Tak Jae Hoon and Tony An.

Friday, November 1, 2013

‘Shinhwa Broadcast’ to be streamed live online


In celebration of the premiere of its second season, Shinhwa’s very own variety program ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’ will be streamed live online.

On November 3 at 11PM KST, the second season of ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’ starring Shinhwa members is set to return not only to television screen but also on Korean portal website Naver’s video service TV Cast.

This is the second time that jTBC will stream a program through a portal website since their primetime news show ‘News 9’.

The Shinhwa members will be embarking on a special journey, where they will relate stories of people they meet on their journey. For the first episode, the members visited a shelter for abandoned dogs.

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Kim Dong Wan to leave ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’


Shinhwa’s Kim Dong Wan will not be participating in the second season of jTBC ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’.

According to jTBC, “Kim Dong Wan has decided to withdraw from jTBC ‘Shinhwa Broadcast 2’ which is set to premiere in November. He wants to focus on his acting career for the time being.”

Kim Dong Wan decided to leave the show after talking with the other Shinhwa members and program staff. Although he is unable to participate as a fixed member on ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’, Kim Dong Wan still plans to return with Shinhwa for its 12th album in their 16th anniversary in 2014.

Meanwhile, Kim Dong Wan will be starring in the musical ‘Le Passe Muraille’ as Dutilleul, which will start its run on November 13th.

Tuesday, April 9, 2013

Shinhwa's Dongwan To Not Participate in Shinhwa Broadcast for One Month!


Shinhwa's Kim Dongwan will not be able to participate in Shinhwa Broadcast for one month.

On the 7th, Yoon PD announced that Dongwan will not be participating in Shinhwa Broadcast for one month  because of the filming of his drama. Due to his busy schedule, Dongwan chose to focus on drama filming as it will be ending this month and wants to give the viewers a great ending. He will be recording Shinhwa Broadcast once the drama ends.

Are you going to miss him in Shinhwa Broadcast?


Written by: angelclowie18@dkpopnews.net

Saturday, February 9, 2013

Why did Yoona shed tears on Shinhwa broadcast?




Yoona will be having hidden camera prank on JTBC's Shinhwa Broadcast on February 10.

On the show, SNSD members and Shinhwa worked together to pull a prank towards Yoona. Yoona, who is the most excited to appear on the show revealed that she is a big supporter of Shinhwa broadcast. Unfortunately, Shinhwa reveals a survey that resulted to Yoona as the worst SNSD member in real life which made Yoona very disappointed.

Moreover, when asked to team up, no one picked Yoona and got treated as outcast. Yoona, on the other hand, tried not to be affected and continued.The moment she realized it was a hidden camera prank, she couldn't help but cried.

The producer of the show, Yoon Hyun Joon, says, "SNSD said that Yoona is the most aware so we're all nervous. Fortunately, Shinhwa and SNSD members did a great job for this hidden camera prank. Especially Jeon Jin."

Source: TV Report
Written by KYUriShana@dkpopnews.net

Tuesday, January 8, 2013

SHINHWA's Andy battles his fear of snakes from the start of the Year of the Snake


Andy’s phobia of snakes has struck from the onset of the Year of the Snake.


On the 6th Jan episode of jTBC’s ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’, snake trainer Lee Dong Hee, along with 50 snakes, was invited to the show in a special ‘Taming your pet snake’ New Year special.

Andy, who already has a phobia of reptiles to begin with, upon hearing that snakes would be present for the recording, became nervous and immediately geared himself up with a mask and gloves. As rare snakes and large snakes began to make their appearance, unlike the other members who were intrigued, Andy was petrified and hid behind. Shin Hyesung quipped, “It feels like only 5 of us are recording today.”


Even as the other members tried to get Andy to just touch the snake with his gloved fingertips, he broke out in cold sweat as he battled his fear of snakes.


Credits: Newsis + Absolut Shinhwa

Thursday, December 13, 2012

Shinhwa members’ drinking capacities revealed?


Lee Minwoo barely makes it to No. 4 with a capacity of 3 bottles of soju

In the 9th December episode of Shinhwa Broadcast, dinner party expert Kim Shin Young imparts her secrets to becoming the popularity king at year-end parties.

During the recording, briefing specialist “Shin-Bri” Shin Hyesung reveals the drinking capacities and drinking habits of the Shinhwa members.


While revealing the shocking drinking capacities of the members, Lee Minwoo – ranked No. 4 with 3 bottles of soju – disclosed his own drinking habit, “When I go to the noraebang, I sing my own songs.” Kim Dongwan added, “When Minwoo goes to the noraebang, he brings his own MR (music recording)”, much to the agreement of the other members who went on to spill more beans on Lee Minwoo’s noraebang behaviour.

Besides bringing around MRs meant for use on TV shows, in order to show off an even more cooler side of him as a Shinhwa member, Lee Minwoo uses yet another secret weapon to heighten the atmosphere in the noraebang. 


Credits: Newsen + Absolut Shinhwa

Thursday, November 1, 2012

‘Shinhwa Broadcast’ to air in Japan this December


jTBC’s ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’ will be hiting Japanese TV next month!

Beginning in December, ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’ will begin airing weekly on Mnet Japan. The show, which aired in Korea from March this year, features the legendary idol group Shinhwa taking on various missions and competing against one another.

A representative for Shinhwa Company said, “‘Shinhwa Broadcast’ is planned to begin airing in Japan. We want to show the Japanese fans that the boys also have personalities like no other.”

Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Shinhwa Broadcast, the standard for real variety?

Though it has only been half a year since they started, people are calling it the right way to do a real(ity) variety program. The program in question, is jTBC’s ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’ – aired every Saturday night and helmed by the 14-year idol group Shinhwa. Why is it the right example of a real(ity) variety program? Because the members naturally know one another inside out, and the quality of the program becomes different with how much the production team understands the cast. Has there been any successful program where the production team and the cast don’t work closely together? It goes without saying that 14 years is not a short period of time. In showbiz, where it’s even more dangerous than the jungle, the team has been together without swapping out anyone, and just by exchanging glances and expressions the members know everything, isn’t this exactly the kind of relationship they have?


Even to viewers like me who are not fans but have come to watch it regularly, we know that 14 years together has some weight to it. Because from some point in time, they no longer feel like idols in the spotlight, but are instead like the friendly guys from next door or sons of friends. If I were to meet them by chance on the streets, I may unknowingly hold their hands in delight and ask how they’ve been, whether everything’s fine at home, if they have any plans for marriage yet. Before we knew it, they have already demolished the wall of their star status, between them and the masses. 14 years is enough for a man and a woman to meet, wed and have children tall enough and old enough to be in junior high. While they have suffered their fair share of big and small incidents, they never let go of one another’s hands and stayed united to the end, and are now writing a new chapter in the history of real(ity) variety.

It’s unlike other shows that seek to create specific stereotypical characters, having one person assume a charismatic role while another take up the role of the black hole. Though their talents, blind spots, strengths and weaknesses are all different, they help one another to maximize the good and make up for the not-so-good, and during contests they display a shocking level of competitive spirit but maintain a cool composure when they have to give way. And as a result Shinhwa shines even brighter together than when they’re apart. Curious about the secrets of the longest-running idol group and where the group intends to head towards, I made my way to Shinhwa. Let’s now meet the Shinhwa members and producer Yoon Hyun Joon.

Knowing each other too well, there are times when it becomes difficult to get things moving


Q: Not too long ago, there was a particular broadcaster that experienced a strike due to internal and external circumstances, and the importance of the production teams was keenly felt. We know that different programmes produced by different teams all have different styles, but in the case of ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’, the production team and the cast seem to get along particularly well.
PD Yoon: We’ve worked together on music programs before, as well as on KBS2′s ‘Sang Sang Plus’, so the members and I have know one another for some time. In Eric’s case, he had mainly been working on dramas, so now we’ve become closer. But while we just know one another, the writers are very familiar with them and that helps a lot. But knowing one another too well can have its pitfalls as well. Because when you’re too familiar with their tendencies and relationships, there’s the problem of not being able to tell them to do things they don’t like, because you know they don’t like it. If you don’t know them well, you could just tell them to do it. On top of that, when creating their own characters, if they were people who didn’t know one another, interesting things can emerge from the process of them getting to know one another. But for Shinhwa, their relationship is already formed and solidified. So a 14-year relationship may not necessarily be all good.

Q: Ah, so we won’t get to see anything similar to MBC Infinity Challenge’s ‘Let’s Become Closer’. Even so, Shinhwa in ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’ seems more interesting than Shinhwa on other variety programs.
Junjin: Although we participated in ‘Infinity Challenge’ and many other variety shows, there were many other seniors on the show way better than us so it’s hard to compare. If there’s any plus point that we have, I think it’s the fact that we’ve been together for so long that you can call us ‘brothers’. So there’s nothing fake. Honestly speaking, sometimes we do put on an act on other shows. More than anything else, doing a show together after such a long time is very meaningful in itself.
Eric: That’s right. Although there are many reality programs around, even with a similar format, it doesn’t get more real than us, after all haven’t we spent the last 14 years together?
Junjin: I guess we can be more fun than other shows. But reality is certainly life itself.
Andy: We have to lead most of the show by ourselves, without an MC. That’s new, and at the same time, also a huge burden on our shoulders. Since the production team knows us very well, there are certainly some parts where we can do exceptionally well with leading the show.
Junjin: With us together, rather than to say that we’re doing a show, it’s more like we’re playing and having fun. So I think that’s why we speak and act even more naturally.




Dongwan: To everyone who likes ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’, please tell us that there are small interesting moments. Actually there was a day when we completely forgot that there were cameras around, so we said and did everything that we weren’t supposed to. (laughs) Fortunately the production team did a good job with the editing.

Q: Actually you’re behaving like this now. I seem to feel a sense of responsibility coming from Dongwan, who tries to keep the situation under control from time to time.
Eric: Dongwan keeping things under control? That can’t be right. On the contrary, he’s responsible for all the mistakes. (laughs)

Q: The first program that I ever tuned in punctually and regularly to was ‘Love Letter’ on SBS. I thought the ‘Minor League’ segment in the small room was really interesting. You were already very good at variety back then.
Junjin: At that time, we couldn’t be as bold and brazen with other people. I think we did a good job because we were doing it together. For example, there was a time when Eric-hyung worked really hard and wasn’t afraid to embarrass himself, then I was spurred on and worked even harder, and just one of these little things could really bring the mood alive. Because everyone is working hard, strangely our competitive spirit emerges and we become more driven.
PD Yoon: In fact, compared to times when there are guests on the set, the Shinhwa members are most fun when they’re by themselves.

Q: In the ‘Petty Thieves’ episode, there was a game where they have to tread on water while being in a large inflatable ball. Another show recently featured this too, did you see it? The cast members on that show had a really tough time, but the Shinhwa members did surprisingly well. That’s something different too.
Andy: Ah, I caught that episode of the program. Right from the start I thought that I should keep my body low and crawl forward to move. Perhaps it’s because I’ve been to the army?
PD Yoon: The members themselves don’t like to do exactly the same things. Although I can’t say if it’s their competitive spirit, in any case they do their best. And they work hard at it. “No matter if I win or lose, no matter who succeeds at anything, I have to do it better than him, and do it differently”, perhaps that’s what they’re thinking. It’s difficult to call it a competitive streak, but when we had Shinee and Super Junior as guests, I could feel a certain sense of responsibility, “We have to take extra care to make them stand out”.


Credits: Naver News + Absolut Shinhwa

Sunday, September 16, 2012

Super Junior on Shinhwa Broadcast preview!


Super Junior will appear as guests on the next episode of Shinhwa broadcast. It will be broadcasted on September 22 at 11PM.

Watch the preview below:


Tuesday, September 11, 2012

Super Junior to appear on ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’


Top idol groups Shinhwa and Super Junior are preparing for a big battle on jTBC’s reality show ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’ this coming weekend.

Super Junior, who is currently promoting their latest single “Spy”, will be appearing as guests on the September 22nd episode of ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’. The group already finished their filming and they expressed their strong will to make their own reality show, ‘Suju Broadcast’ to the jTBC producers.

The two groups, who both proved themselves as top entertainment idols, will have a fierce competition for the episode’s ‘Hallyu Big Event’ concept. The episode will air on September 22 on jTBC.

Friday, June 29, 2012

[NEWS] Rookie manager airs his grievances about Shinhwa’s Eric


On the upcoming 30th June episode of jTBC’s Shinhwa Broadcast, the rookie manager for Shinhwa leader Eric shares his grievances and unhappiness in the 3rd part of the ‘God of MT’ special.

During the recording of the episode, the Shinhwa members played a game of dodgeball against their managers, with the prize being a sumptuous dinner menu of Chuncheon specialities like dakgalbi and buckwheat noodles.

Before the game however, the managers aired their grievances about the members, resulting in a tense psychological battle between the two teams. In particular, Eric’s usually meek and quiet rookie manager (Kim Bogeun) also shared his unhappiness with Eric, surprising the members in the process.

He poured out his grievances about the blunt and curt ways of Eric, who was embarrassed and unable to defend himself. The other members took the opportunity to reproach Eric, passing remarks like “that’s really mean”, “how could you do that?”

This episode will be aired on 30 June at 10.55pm (KST).


Credits: TV Daily + Absolut Shinhwa

Monday, June 25, 2012

[NEWS] Jun Jin wants to be in Shinhwa until he die


Jun Jin has voiced his unparalled love for Shinhwa.

On the June 23rd episode of JTBC ‘Shinhwa Broacast’, Shinhwa members pulled a hidden camera prank on Eric during their MT trip. The members had brought up the idea for Eric who had worked hard on Shinhwa’s 10th album. At the end of the hidden camera, they prepared messages of their gratitude towards him for leading them the past 14 years as well.

Jun Jin stated, “I know Eric hyung has a lot of stress because he has to balance all the opinions as a leader. You must never forget that all the members love you and believe in you. I want to be Shinhwa until the day I die.” By the end of his message, Eric along with the members were greatly moved by his heartwarming message.

Source: Nate

Monday, May 7, 2012

[PICTURE] Shinhwa transforms into cartoon characters for Children’s Day


Shinhwa members transformed into lovable cartoon characters for Children’s Day.

On May 5th, Shinhwa Company’s official Twitter uploaded a photo with the captions, “Starting today JTBC ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’ will be airing at 23:00. Don’t miss ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’.”

For Shinhwa’s very own variety show, ‘Shinhwa Broadcast’, the members dressed up as beloved cartoon characters to win the love of the children. The boys transformed into Pororo, Superman, Donald Duck, Ppoong Ppoong Ee and more.

Fans commented, “All of the members are really cute. I bet they might have more children fans now”, “Totally the best!” and “You would be so popular to kids when you’re dressed as Pororo.”

Friday, March 23, 2012

[Photo] Shinhwa releases official photo for "Shinhwa Broadcast"


Marking their comeback, the longest-running idol group, Shinhwa launched their first exclusive variety program, "Shinhwa Broadcast" on the general service channel jTBC.

On March 23rd, jTBC released official still photos for "Shinhwa Broadcast". The members look suave in the group photo, donning sleek black suits but then transform into ordinary gentlemen, donning casual and comfortable shirts and working boots.

"Shinhwa Broadcast" aired its first episode on March 17th, where Shinhwa members transformed into superheroes and were given the mission to rescue the President's daughter.

The variety program will air every week with the theme changes for each episode.

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