Chinese cell phone  corporate apologizes after receiving backlash on Song Joong Ki’s newest adverts

Chinese cell phone corporate apologizes after receiving backlash on Song Joong Ki’s newest adverts

Share on FacebookShare on Twitter A captivating debate has came about in China after a cellphonecorporate apologized for their contemporaryadvertisingcrusade to Song Joong Ki’s fans. 

A cellulartelephone manufacturer in China won angry court cases from lovers of actor Song Joong Ki after it plastered his face on their subways floors as a phase of their newest advertising campaign. A post that used to beat first uploaded on Weibo featured Song Joong Ki sellingthe emblemat the floors in their metro which left the fans insulted.

The friends reportedly obtaineda massive number of backlash for their campaign method and sooner or later had to factor an apology to the actor’s fans. The ads plastered in all places their subway machine were also got rid of and promised now not to try to do every other one.

Meanwhile, Song Joong Ki has been the foremost ambassador for Vivo following the good fortune of his projects in China addingcurrent drama, Descendants of the Sun.

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WINNER's Kim Jin Woo to fall in love in upcoming production, 'Magic cell phone'

WINNER's Kim Jin Woo to fall in love in upcoming production, 'Magic cell phone'

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even if WINNER debuted a year ago, we hadn"t observed much of the nice taking a look Kim Jin Woo in sectionicular person activities. but that"s about to switch. He"s taking over an acting gig as a lead personality!

Kim Jin Woo has been solid in the drama "Magic cell phone". in spite of the truth that he"s no longer had much enjoy with acting, he"s been given the opportunity to take the lead role along actress Park Min Ji.

The drama is a joint Korean-Chinese production, for a general of five portions. His fellow member Nam Tae Hyun used to be solid in the primary a section of the production, " below the Black Moonlight", and Kim Jin Woo may be starring in the 2d one section.

As for the storyline? It"ll revolve round the romance between a regular guy (Kim Jin Woo) and a lady staff member (Park Min Ji).

Korea"s aura Media said, "The freshness of Kim Jin Woo, who is officially taking over acting for the primary time, and Park Min Ji, who has an abundance of acting enjoy, will make for the most efficient acting chemistry."

The drama starts filming in mid-August and is determined to air in the fall!

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Park Shin Hye Lost Her Cell Phone at London Restaurant

Park Shin Hye Lost Her Cell Phone at London Restaurant

Park Shin Hye Lost Her Cell Phone at London Restaurant

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The star of "Pinocchio" Park Shin Hye has lost her cell phone in a restaunrant in London.

The 25-year-old said on Friday that she lost many of her photos taken during her London trip because her cellphone went missing at a restaurant.

"Before I departed from London, my phone was stolen at a restaurant ... so I lost many photos of my memories on 'Pinocchio' and London," said Park on Instagram. "I bought a new cellphone and will fill it with new memories."

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Park, who said she regretted not having backed up her files, advised her Instagram followers to be careful when traveling abroad.

Park, dubbed "the goddess of hallyu" by local media, recently concluded a photo shoot in London with fashion magazine InStyle Korea, which will feature the photos in their April issue.

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Block B reveals Jaehyo uses his cell phone as much as he breathes

Block B reveals Jaehyo uses his cell phone as much as he breathes

Block B reveals Jaehyo uses his cell phone as much as he breathes

Jaehyorevealed that he uses his cell phone the most in Block B!

The boys of Block B were guests on "Crisis Escape Number 1" to show how to fix a cell phone that had been dropped in water. The boys tried out various methods and found out that the best method was to put the phone in a rice cooker along with newspaper and warm it, and were surprised to see that the phone actually turned on again.

Before the boys tried out the methods, the staff asked Block B who used their phone to most, and all the Block B members didn"t hesitate pointing out Jaehyo. Even Jaehyo himself admitted it and said, "I use my cell phone more than I breathe."

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Yeo Jin Goo reveals he doesn

Yeo Jin Goo reveals he doesn"t have a cell phone + talks about his graduation photo

Yeo Jin Goo revealed he doesn"t own a cell phone and more during his interview on the July 27 episode of MBC"s "Section TV". During the interview, he said, "When I get into stuff like that, I never let go, so it"s better if I just don"t have one." When asked how he contacted his friends, he answered coolly, "I still have a house phone."

On his middle school graduation photo, he said, "I feel cheated. I wasn"t ready, and all my friends were all stiff, so I relaxed. But it came out so cheesy. I took another photo, but the cheesy one went in the album."

What do you think about his graduation photo?

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Mermaid Seeks Man Whose Cell Phone She Found In The Han River

Mermaid Seeks Man Whose Cell Phone She Found In The Han River

 

The Disney version of the fairytale "The Little Mermaid," added a happy ending to a fairy tale that originally ended sadly. Now there is going to be a k-drama version.

Will it be sad? Maybe. Only one thing is sure. It will be up to date. Instead of falling for a sailor, the mermaid in tvN"s upcoming drama will fall for a man whose cell phone she finds in the watery depths of the Han River.

Actress Jo Bo Ah, who appeared in "Horse Doctor" and played the rich girl in "Shut Up Flower Boy Band," will play Ha Ni, the mermaid. She will live her life as a human while searching for the man she loves. That means she will have to face challenges mermaids don"t usually have to bother with, like finding a job. Her days on land begin with a stay at Ingyeo House, a house for people preparing to land their first job. To become truly human, she only has a hundred days to make her crush fall in love with her.

The drama will also star Song Jae Rim, On Joo Wan, Park Ji Soo and Han So Young. Song Jae Rim, who was last seen in "Big Man," "Inspiring Generation" and "Two Weeks," plays Si Kyung, an arrogant employee of a big company. On Joo Wan, who appeared in the films "Obsessed" and "The Five" and the drama "The Blade and the Petal," plays Hyun Myung, a man who is getting ready for a job. Han So Young will play So Dae Ri. Han So Young"s character works with Song Jae Rim but she is considered clumsy and unattractive. Perhaps she will seem less clumsy compared to a woman who is not used to walking on legs.

Han So Young, who appeared in "Nail Shop Paris" and "Singles," has already filmed her first scene and said she was happy to be in the drama. Although it is a fantasy, she says it will show the real-life workplace for what it is.

"I hope to deliver the exhausting life of everyday working people through this drama," she said. "I am grateful for this opportunity and I will do my best."

Park Ji Soo, who appeared in the film "Mai Ratima," will play the charming Yoon Jin Ah.

Baek Seung Ryung, who produced "Rude Miss Young Ae, Season 10," will produce "the Mermaid." The first episode will air early in August."

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Wheesung Completes Mandatory Army Enlistment On Friday After Additional Time Added For Cell Phone Violation

Wheesung Completes Mandatory Army Enlistment On Friday After Additional Time Added For Cell Phone Violation

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Wheesung Completes Mandatory Army Enlistment On Friday After Additional Time Added For Cell Phone Violation South Korean RB singer Wheesung will be complete his mandatory military enlistment on Friday. South Korean RB singer Wheesung will complete his mandatory military enlistment on Friday.

A representative for the singer told the website allkpop on Thursday that there will be a small gathering for fans who want to greet him as he is discharged from army duty.

"Wheesung will complete his two-year military service and will be discharged as a Nonsan Army Training Station sergeant on the morning of August 9," the rep said.

"On this day, at the location of his discharge, he will have a small gathering with the fans who've waited for him and will give his greeting."

Wheesung's completion of military service comes despite several reprimands from the Ministry of Defense for the star, whose full name is Choi Hwee Sung.

The most recent offense, a cell phone violation, pushed the star's honorable discharge date up by three days.

Three weeks after a military court cleared the star of all charges that he had abused the drug propofol, Wheesung was sentenced to three days in a military prison for illegally possessing a cell phone.

His lawyer claims the star had no choice.

"Wheesung used his cell phone while he was at the hospital for a herniated disc and hair loss, and he has been sentenced to three days in military prison for that," a legal representative for the singer from Giant Law Firm explained.

"With this, his [honorable discharge] date of August 6 has been pushed back to August 9."

Although the army strictly forbids soldiers possessing or using cellphones, the singer received a reduced sentence in light of the fact that he was making the calls while receiving treatment for a herniated lumbar disc in his back at the Korean Armed Forces Capital Hospital, according to the website TENASIA.

According to his lawyer, Wheesung was using the phone to attempt to prove that he was innocent of the drug abuse charges.

"The fact that Wheesung used his cell phone not at the training facility but at the hospital, the fact that he used his cell phone to talk to witnesses who would prove his innocence on the propofol case, the fact that he didn't harm the security of his reserve, as well as the fact that he had been working hard and had been respected as an assistant instructor were all taken into consideration [to make his sentence lighter]," said the singer's legal representative.

Mainly used an anesthetic, propofol is perhaps best known for causing Michael Jackson's fatal overdose in 2009, when it was mixed with the psychoactive drug benzodiazepine.

"The army prosecution acquitted all charges on the Wheesung case," Wheesung's attorney Son Su Ho explained, following the army verdict earlier this month.

"[Several witnesses testified] he did not receive injections of the psychotropic drug illegally. Even the doctor who is on trial for administering illegal doses of propofol testified that Wheesung did not use the drug illegally."

All eligible males between the ages of 18 and 35 currently must enroll for between 21 and 24 months of army service in South Korea (the length of mandatory enrollment changes by several months depending on which branch of the military that they serve in) in a practice known as conscription.

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Wheesung Gets 3 Days In Military Jail For Having A Cell Phone: Sentence Will Delay Singer's Release From Army Until August 9

Wheesung Gets 3 Days In Military Jail For Having A Cell Phone: Sentence Will Delay Singer's Release From Army Until August 9

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Wheesung Gets 3 Days In Military Jail For Having A Cell Phone: Sentence Will Delay Singer's Release From Army Until August 9 RB singer Wheesung has apparently had a hard time playing by the rules during his mandatory enlistment in the South Korean Army. RB singer Wheesung has apparently had a hard time playing by the rules during his mandatory enlistment in the South Korean Army.

Three weeks after a military court cleared the star of all charges that he had abused the drug propofol, Wheesung has been sentenced to three days in a military prison for illegally possessing a cell phone.

"Wheesung used his cell phone while he was at the hospital for a herniated disc and hair loss, and he has been sentenced to three days in military prison for that," a legal representative for the singer from Giant Law Firm explained.

"With this, his [honorable discharge] date of August 6 has been pushed back to August 9."

Although the army strictly forbids soldiers possessing or using cellphones, the singer received a reduced sentence in light of the fact that he was making the calls while receiving treatment for a herniated lumbar disc in his back at the Korean Armed Forces Capital Hospital, according to the website TENASIA.

According to his lawyer, Wheesung was using the phone to attempt to prove that he was innocent of the drug abuse charges.

"The fact that Wheesung used his cell phone not at the training facility but at the hospital, the fact that he used his cell phone to talk to witnesses who would prove his innocence on the propofol case, the fact that he didn't harm the security of his reserve, as well as the fact that he had been working hard and had been respected as an assistant instructor were all taken into consideration [to make his sentence lighter]," said the singer's legal representative.

Mainly used an anesthetic, propofol is perhaps best known for causing Michael Jackson's fatal overdose in 2009, when it was mixed with the psychoactive drug benzodiazepine.

"The army prosecution acquitted all charges on the Wheesung case," Wheesung's attorney Son Su Ho explained, following the army verdict earlier this month.

"[Several witnesses testified] he did not receive injections of the psychotropic drug illegally. Even the doctor who is on trial for administering illegal doses of propofol testified that Wheesung did not use the drug illegally."

All eligible males between the ages of 18 and 35 currently must enroll for between 21 and 24 months of army service in South Korea (the length of mandatory enrollment changes by several months depending on which branch of the military that they serve in) in a practice known as conscription.

After entering the military in 2011, Wheesung served as a drill instructor in the city of Nonsan in South Chungcheong Province.

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Wheesung Sentenced to Three Days in Military Jail for Using Personal Cell Phone

Wheesung Sentenced to Three Days in Military Jail for Using Personal Cell Phone

Wheesung Sentenced to Three Days in Military Jail for Using Personal Cell PhoneIt has been reported that Wheesung, who is currently serving in the military, has been sentenced to three days in military jail for using his personal cell phone without permission.

Wheesungs lawyer Son Soo Ho commented, While Wheesung was serving as an army drill sergent in Nonsan, he suffered injuries on his back and scalp so he had to be admitted to the military hospital. During his hospital stay, he used his cell phone so he received a three day military jail time sentence.

The laweyer continued, Therefore, Wheesungs discharge has been delayed for three days. His discharge date was August 6 but now has turned into August 9.

Wheesung used his phone at the hospital and not at the army training base. At the time, he was being accused of propofol abuse so he spent some time on the phone with people who would help him get cleared of those suspicions. He did not danger the security of the base and as a drill sergent, he diligently carried out his military life and even received many merits.

Previously, Wheesung was investigated for accusations of propofol abuse. His lawyer stated in the past, Wheesung was investigated for propofol abuse, but was cleared of charges. He received normal amounts of propofol while treating his back injuries and his alopecia areata. The number of times he received the drug was very small and he showed no signs of dependence or addiction to it at all.

Meanwhile, other celebrity soldiers such as Sangchu and Se7en also received military jail sentences for violating military conduct on several counts.

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