Top 10 Korea Movie R-Rated Actress

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#10 Seong Hyeon-ah
Sung Hyun-ah (born July 23, 1975) is a South Korean actress and former Miss Korea.
Seong Hyeon-ah has starred in multiple R-rated movies including Time, Lover, Woman is the Future of Man and the Scarlet Letter.

#9 Kang Hye-jung
Kang Hye-jung (born January 4, 1982)
Oldboy, Lucid Dream (2015)

#8 Bae Doona
Name Bae Doo-Na; Hangul: 배두나; Birthdate: October 11, 1979
Air Doll (2009), The Host (2006)

#7 Jo Yeo-jeong
Jo Yeo-jeong (born February 10, 1981). She is best known for her leading roles in the period films The Servant (2010) and The Concubine (2012).

#6 Uhm Jung-hwa
Born August 17, 1971. She has won two Baeksang Arts Awards for Best Actress, in 2002 for Marriage Is a Crazy Thing and again in 2012 for Dancing Queen.

#5 Seo Jeong
Born: June 10, 1972. 
The Isle, Green Chair and Yellow Flower

#4 Song Ji-hyo
Cheon Seong-im (born 15 August 1981), better known by her stage name Song Ji-hyo
Song Ji-hyo has starred in many popular TV series and movies, including Princess Hours, Jumong, Sex Is Zero 2 and Wishing Stairs. She also played Queen in the movie A Frozen Flower.

#3 Lee Eun-ju
Lee Eun-ju (16 November 1980 – February 22, 2005). 
She was the star of hit films including Taegukgi and The Scarlet Letter. She committed suicide at age 24.


#2 Yunjin Kim
Born November 7, 1973. 
She starred in a series of popular TV series and films such as American television series Lost, Ardor and Shiri.

#1 Jeon Do-yeon
Jeon Do-yeon (born February 11, 1973)
She has won numerous awards including the Grand Bell Award, Blue Dragon Film Award and the Asia Pacific Screen Award. Due to her fabulous performance in the movie Secret Sunshine, she won Best Actress at the 2007 Cannes Film Festival. She has also taken part in many X-rated films such as Happy End, The Housemaid and Untold Scandal.

New Stars 2015
Jung Yoo Jin
Born February 19, 1989
A Delicious Flight (2015)





Wings - Menakluk Kosmos

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Must Go Places in Seoul (2012)

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Seoul, officially the Seoul Special City, is the capital and largest city of South Korea. A mega city with a population of over 10 million, it is one of the largest cities in the world.



3 May 2012 is my first time in Seoul.
Our trip is 5Days 4Nights.
The trip begins with:


CHANGGYEONGGUNG PALACE
During the Japanese colonial period, the Japanese built a zoo, botanical garden, and museum on the site. In 1983 the zoo and botanical garden were removed. Like the other Five Grand Palaces, Changgyeonggung was heavily damaged by the Japanese, previously having been destroyed by them in 1598 during the unsuccessful Japanese invasion of Korea. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Changgyeonggung

DEOKSUGUNG PALACE
Deoksugung Palace, or Deoksu Palace, is a walled compound of palaces in Seoul that was inhabited by various Korean royalties until the colonial period around the turn of the 20th century. It is one of the "Five Grand Palaces" built by the kings of the Joseon Dynasty.


DONGDAEMUN
Today, the area around Dongdaemun known as Dongdaemun Market includes upmarket shopping districts as well as several underground shops, stalls and markets that are open for much of the day and night. It has grown into the largest shopping center in South Korea. In 2007, the City of Seoul started Dongdaemun Design Project (DDP), to renovate what used to be Dongdaemun Stadium (an amateur baseball park). With world-famous architect Zaha Hadid's design, when completed this structure is expected to be one of the most notablelandmarks in downtown Seoul.

NAMI ISLAND
Namiseom is a tiny half-moon shaped island located in Chuncheon, South Korea, formed as it was inundated by the rising water of the North Han River as the result of the construction of Cheongpyeong Dam in 1944. It has drawn 1.5 million visitors a year on average.


INSADONG
Insadong is a dong, or neighborhood of the Jongno-gu district of the South Korean city of Seoul. The main street is Insadong-gil, which is connected to a multitude of alleys that lead deeper into the district.[1][2] At one time it was the largest market for antiques and artworks in Korea.

MYEONG-DONG
Myeong-dong or Myong-dong is a dong in Jung-gu, SeoulSouth Korea between Chungmu-roEulji-ro, and Namdaemun-ro. It covers 0.99 km² with a population of 3,529 and is mostly a commercial area, being one of Seoul's main shopping and tourism districts.


SEOUL TOWER
The N Seoul Tower, officially the CJ Seoul Tower and commonly known as the Namsan Tower and Seoul Tower. Built in 1969, and at a cost of approximately $2.5 million, it was opened to the public in 1980. Since then, the tower has been a landmark of Seoul and measures 236.7 m (777 ft) in height (from the base) and tops out at 479.7 m (1,574 ft) above sea level.


ITAEWON
Many restaurants serving international dishes are found in this area including cuisine from IndiaPakistanEgyptTurkeyThailand, and Mexico, foods that are not widely available in Korea. The Seoul Central Mosque is also located in Itaewon.
PAJU PREMIUM OUTLET
Korea’s second Premium Outlet Center®, Paju Premium Outlets is a one-hour drive from Seoul featuring 160 designer and name brand outlet stores at savings of 25% to 65% every day in an upscale, outdoor setting. 
NAMDAEMUN MARKET
Namdaemun Market is a large traditional market in SeoulSouth Korea. The market is located next to Namdaemun, the "Great South Gate," which was the main southern gate to the old city.



Must-See Attractions in Seoul

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Seoul, officially the Seoul Special City, is the capital and largest city of South Korea. A mega city with a population of over 10 million, it is one of the largest cities in the world.

The Seoul National Capital Area is the world's second largest metropolitan area with over 24.5 million inhabitants, which includes the Incheon metropolis and most of Gyeonggi province.

Nami Island

Namiseom is a tiny half-moon shaped island located in Chuncheon, South Korea, formed as it was inundated by the rising water of the North Han River as the result of the construction of Cheongpyeong Dam in 1944. It has drawn 1.5 million visitors a year on average.

Dongdaemun Market

A major pulsepoint of the city since 1905, Dongdaemun Market may be the best place to go to get a genuine feel for everyday life in crazy Seoul. The market is simply gargantuan and covers 10 city blocks. Over 30,000 shops and 50,000 manufacturers call Dongdaemun home.

Jongmyo Shrine

Jongmyo is a Confucian shrine dedicated to the memorial services for the deceased kings and queens of the Korean Joseon Dynasty. According to UNESCO, the shrine is the oldest royal Confucian shrine preserved and the ritual ceremonies continue a tradition established since the 14th century. Such shrines existed during the Three Kingdoms of Korea period but only the shrines for the rulers of Joseon remain. The Jongmyo Shrine was added to the UNESCO World Heritage list in 1995. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jongmyo_Shrine)

National Museum of Korea

The National Museum of Korea is the flagship museum of Korean history and art in South Korea and is the cultural organization that represents Korea. Since its establishment in 1945, the museum has been committed to various studies and research activities in the fields of archaeology, history, and art, continuously developing a variety of exhibitions and education programs.

In October 2005, the museum opened in a new building in Yongsan Family Park in Seoul, South Korea. The museum contains over 220,000 pieces in its collection with about 13,000 pieces on display at one time. It displays relics and artifacts throughout six permanent exhibition galleries such as Archaeological Gallery, Historical Gallery, Fine Arts Gallery I, Donation Gallery, Fine Arts Gallery II, and Asian Art Gallery. It is the sixth largest museum in the world in terms of floor space, now covering a total of 137,201 square metres (1,480,000 sq ft).

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/National_Museum_of_Korea)

Changdeokgung Palace Complex

Changdeokgung, also known as Changdeokgung Palace or Changdeok Palace, is set within a large park in Jongno-gu, Seoul, South Korea. It is one of the "Five Grand Palaces" built by the kings of the Joseon Dynasty. Because of its location east of Gyeongbok Palace, Changdeokgung, with Changgyeonggung, is also referred to as the East Palace. The literal meaning of Changdeokgung is "Palace of Prospering Virtue". (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Changdeokgung_Palace_Complex)

War Memorial of Korea

Opened in 1994, the largely museum-like War Memorial of Korea in Yongsan-dong, Yongsan-gu, Seoul, South Korea offers visitors an educational, yet emotional experience of the many wars in which Korea was involved. Many documents and war memorabilia have been collected and are displayed. The War Memorial has several display rooms and an outdoor exhibition center displaying military equipment. (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/War_Memorial_of_Korea)

Gyeongbokgung Palace

Gyeongbokgung, also known as Gyeongbokgung Palace or Gyeongbok Palace, is a royal palace located in northern Seoul, South Korea. First constructed in 1394 and reconstructed in 1867, it was the main and largest palace of the Five Grand Palaces built by the Joseon Dynasty. The name of the palace, Gyeongbokgung, translates in English as "Palace of Shining Happiness." (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Gyeongbok_Palace)

Namsan Park

Namsan (lit. "South Mountain") is a 262-meter peak in the Jung-gu district of south central Seoul, South Korea. Although known as Mount Mongmyeok, in the past, it is now commonly referred to as Namsan. It offers some hiking, recreation and views of downtown Seoul's skyline. The N Seoul Tower is located on top of Namsan.

The mountain and surrounding area is a public park maintained by the city government. It is a popular spot for a panoramic view of Seoul. It is also the location of a smoke signal station called Mongmyeoksan Bongsudae' (Mongmyeoksan Beacon Tower), which was part of an emergency communication system during early times until 1985.

Dongdaemun & Namdaemun

Dongdaemun known as Dongdaemun Market includes upmarket shopping districts as well as several underground shops, stalls and markets that are open for much of the day. It has grown into the largest shopping center in South Korea. In 2007, the City of Seoul started Dongdaemun Design Project (DDP), to renovate what used to be Dongdaemun Stadium (an amateur baseball park). With world-famous architect Zaha Hadid's design, when completed this structure is expected to be one of the most notable landmarks in downtown Seoul.

Namdaemun Market is a large traditional market in Seoul, South Korea. The market is located next to Namdaemun, the "Great South Gate," which was the main southern gate to the old city


Cheongjechong River

This used to be a highway, until the city officials tore down the highway, re-routed the traffic and replaced it with a canal. Before the highway, it used to ba a river with slums beside it. Hugely popular with the locals, the river is worth a visit.

DMZ

The Korean Demilitarized Zone is a strip of land running across the Korean Peninsula that serves as a buffer zone between North and South Korea. The DMZ cuts the Korean Peninsula roughly in half, crossing the 38th parallel on an angle, with the west end of the DMZ lying south of the parallel and the east end lying north of it. It is 250 kilometres long, approximately 4 km (2.5 mi) wide and is the most heavily militarized border in the world. The Northern Limit Line, or NLL, is the de facto maritime boundary between North and South Korea in the Yellow Sea and the coastline and islands on both sides of the NLL are also heavily militarized.

(http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Korean_Demilitarized_Zone)

The De-Militarized Zone at the border of North and South Korea allows you peeks into the barren North Korea. There is also a tunnel that you could walk and climb. Strongly recommended. Technically, they are still at war.

Insadong

Insadong is a dong, or neighborhood of the Jongno-gu district of the South Korean city of Seoul. The main street is Insadong-gil, which is connected to a multitude of alleys that lead deeper into the district. At one time it was the largest market for antiques and artworks in Korea. Highly recommended, Insadong brings you back to "old Korea". The shops there are mainly "cultural shops" and sell things like traditional costumes, or avant garde mock traditional costumes. Insadong is about nostalgia. Oh, and there is the only Starbucks in the world in non-english!

COEX Mall

COEX Mall is across the street from Bongeunsa Temple but could not be more dissimilar. The behemoth underground mall provides a perfect glimpse into hyper-modern Korea. Seoul is a city on the cusp of every digital and technological trend and COEX Mall is a wonderful vantage point from which to take it all in. Bring comfortable shoes however. The mall features over 250 commercial shops, 800 restaurants, a multiplex, aquarium, Kimchi Field Museum, Game Park and receives over 100,000 visitors on weekdays