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“Duet Song Festival,” which aired as a Lunar New Year special for two years running, has made the upgrade into regular programming and is set to have its first episode air on April 8.
The MBC variety show proved its popularity by recording ratings of 11.2% during the holidays and had the top stars come on the show as they team with ordinary citizens to perform a stage together with them.
On the first episode, they will have EXID member Solji and Buzz member Min Kyung Hoon as he tries to reclaim the victory from Solji. In addition, strong unni Jessi, f(x) member Luna, and Mamamoo member Solar will also join the show, raising even more anticipation to see these talented vocalists battle it out.
On March 23, an insider revealed that Sulli will be filming a bed scene for the upcoming film “Real.”
Since this will be her first bed scene, there is much interest and anticipation regarding the movie.
The insider commented, “The main female character Song Yoo Hwa had a bed scene planned. It hasn’t been revealed what level it will be since filming hasn’t started yet.”
“Real” is an action-noir film set in a glamorous yet dark city where Kim Soo Hyun plays a ambitious problem-solver named Jang Tae Young. Sulli is set to portray Song Yoo Hwa who is described as a rehabilitation therapist to VVIP clients.
The film is highly anticipated as it is believed to be Kim Soo Hyun’s last project before he enlists for his mandatory military service. Furthermore, the film will be rated R.
Kim Soo Hyun was expected to film a steamy bed scene from the initial stages of planning. Also, auditions for the female lead entailed a revealing love scene. Looks like viewers will have to stay tuned to find out what kind of scenes the film will include.
Filming for “Real” is expected to continue until June.