Sunmi is so precious and I absolutely adore her but the one little thing she did that made me love her is when she posted a picture on her insta of a scene from an Indian movie called three idiots. I know it probably sounds stupid but I feel like as a south Asian fan, everyone overlooks us, it’s always about east Asia and the west, anything in between is completely ignored. so the simple act of her sharing that made me ridiculously happy
I’m so happy for Sunmi. I’ve been her fan basically since i was aware of her existence and i know she’s been struggling to gain and maintain a healthy looking weight and she finally is gaining! She’s obviously very happy as well and proud and so am I. I saw some nasty knets saying that the 8 kg weight gain was from her getting a boob job which is just ridiculous! Her chest hasn’t changed recently but I have been clearly seeing the weight in her legs and face so i hope she doesn’t let that foolish comments get to her!
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June 22, 2010: South Korea’s national football team qualifies for the knockout stages of the 2010 World Cup with 4 points, winning 2–0 against Greece, losing 4–1 to Argentina and drawing 2–2 with Nigeria.
June 25, 2013: A cyber attack affects government websites, causing the country to send out an alert.
June 2009: He Who Can’t Marry (This drama is a remake of the 2006 Japanese show of the same name. Trot duo Wink, and BIN of girl group LUV, made cameos. It also won two awards at the KBS Drama Awards.) June 2009: Friend, Our Legend (This drama is a remake of the 2001 movie named Friend. This TV adaption was meant to flesh out the story. The show was entirely shot in Busan and completely pre-produced which was very uncommon for the time. Famous actor Hyun Bin stars as the main lead.) June 2009:Triple (This drama was Min Hyo Rin’s acting debut. Yoon Kye Sang, formerly of OG boy group g.o.d, is one of the main male leads.)
June 2010: Baking King: Kim Tak Gu/Bread, Love and Dreams (This is considered Yoon Si Yoon’s breakout role. Eugene of S.E.S. is one of the main female leads. Being one of the highest rated dramas of 2010, it reached over 50% viewership ratings. It is also the 25th highest rated drama of all time, receiving presidential honors, and winning many awards at multiple award shows.) June 2011: Heartstrings/You’ve Fallen For Me (CNBLUE’s Yong Jong Hwa and Kang Min Hyuk both feature in this show. The show reunited Yong Jong Hwa and Park Shin Hye who previously starred together in the show You’re Beautiful (2009). Yong, Kang, and fellow FNC label mates FT Island contributed to the OSTs.) June 2011: I Need Romance (This drama was popular with young women for it’s realistic depiction of women in their 20s-30s.)
June 2012: Big (This was Gong Yoo’s first drama after
being discharged from the military, and following his smash hit Coffee Prince in 2007. Shin Won Ho of Cross Gene (who debuted about a week after the premiere) is a member of the cast. The show got decent ratings.) June 2012: I Need Romance 2012 (A spin-off the drama of the same name. The cast was an entirely new group of characters, but the original cast made cameos.)
June 2013: A Hundred Year Legacy (This show won drama of the year at the 2013 MBC Drama Awards. Eugene of S.E.S. plays the main female lead. It also won a few other awards.) June 2013:I Can Hear Your Voice (Lee Jong Suk stars as the main lead. The show was incredibly successful earning it a two episode extension, as well as many awards from various award shows.) June 2013:Goddess of Marriage (This drama got over 10% ratings and won various awards.)
June 2014: My Dear Cat (Jun Hyo Seung of girl group Secret stars in this drama. It got decent ratings during it’s run time.) June 2014: Trot Lovers (Jung Eun Ji of Apink (who eventually won two awards for her work) is the main female lead. It got up to 10% ratings.) June 2014: Gunman in Joseon (Lee Joon Gi stars as the main lead. It got over 10% viewership ratings and won multiple awards at various award shows.)
June 2015: Hello Monster/ I Remember You (Stars Seo In Guk, Jang Nara, Park Bo Gum, and EXO’s D.O.) June 2015: High Society (Uee of After School stars as one of the main female leads, as Park Hyung-sik of ZE:A as one of the main male leads.)
June 11, 2009: Running Turtle (This movie topped the box office over its first weekend with a total of 480,293 admissions. It led the box office for a second consecutive weekend, and as of August 2, 2009 had accumulated a total of 3,051,136 admissions.) 25, 2009: Bandhobi (This is an independent film about a Bangladesh man and his friendship with a South Korean woman.)
June 3, 2010: The Servant (This movie re-tells the origins of the famous Korean folktale Chunhyangjeon from the perspective of the male protagonist Lee Mong-ryong’s servant. It achieved over 3 million admissions.) June 16, 2010: 71: Into the Fire (With over 3 million admissions, it was the fifth highest grossing film of 2010. TOP of Big Bang is one of the cast members.)
June 9, 2011: White: The Melody of the Curse (Ham Eun Jeong of T-ara is the main female lead. After School made a cameo.) June 23, 2011: Green Days: Dinosaur and I (This film was completely hand drawn. The contributing voice actors are Park Shin Hye and Oh Yeon Seo of girl group LUV)
June 21, 2012: I AM.: SM Town Live World Tour in Madison Square Garden (This documentary-esque film follows around SM artists as they get ready for the show.) June 5, 2013: Secretly, Greatly (Kim Soo Hyun leads this film that is based on the 2010 spy Webtoon series Covertness by Hun (receiving 40 million page hits). Once released, the film broke several box office records including the highest single day opening for a domestic film, most tickets sold in one day for a domestic film, the biggest opening weekend, the highest-grossing Webtoon-based film, and the fastest movie to reach the million, two million, three million, and four million marks in audience number. It’s success was said to be because a large percentage of overall audiences were teens. It also won many awards.)
June 4, 2015: Perfect Proposal (This movie opened at fourth place in the box office, earning ₩760 million (US$676,000) from 95,700 admissions in its first four days.) June 25, 2015: Minority Opinion (This film was based on true events. It received mixed reviews, and because of its political content, it took 2 years to find a distributor. )
If y’all wanna be gross and drop sunmi because she clarified she didn’t come out then THEN LEAVE. Sunmi LITERALLY SAID GAY RIGHTS and has embraced the community and as an ally has done so much more than wear a t-shirt or listen to a gay song she’s vocalized her support and that’s still a very brave thing for a kpop star to do.
She’s made it clear she didn’t come out so either she’s straight and we need to respect that or she’s not ready to come out WHICH WE STILL NEED TO RESPECT. Because being lgbt as a high profile korean celebrity is a huge risk in itself and unfortunately jeopardizes her domestic career. We love our LGBT ally queen sunmi end of story
While i like the different and serious Topics Sunmi Discusses in her Music i just wish they didn’t sounds so similar but with very minor beat differences. before you go “It’s just her style” its not a good excuse, people constantly criticize Kard for it but why Sunmi is an exception?