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Saturday, 28 April 2012

[Profile] Se7en


Choi Dong-wook (Korean:최동욱, born November 9, 1984), better known by his stage name Se7en, is a South Korean singer from YG Entertainment. He has released songs in South Korea, Japan, Taiwan, China and the United States. 

>> CAREER <<

2003: Debut 

He began training under the management agency YG Entertainment at the age of fifteen. After four years of training in voice and dance, he made his debut in 2003. He released his debut album Just Listen on March 8, 2003. Later that year, he received the Best Newcomer Award from MNET. MNET described Se7en as a super rookie who could only stand against Rain, although these two were friends back in their high school years, alongside Boom. 

2007-2009: American Debut 

 On the cover of KoreAm, January 2009 Se7en and YG Family (including Big Bang, 2NE1, Jinusean and Gummy)made an appearance on, the now defunct, MTV K, followed by 3 concerts in Washington DC, New York City, and Los Angeles, to celebrate YG Family's 10th Anniversary and to help promote Se7en before his American debut. The MTV K documentary aired on December 11, 2006. 

Se7en is a featured guest on Amerie's Take Control on her album, Because I Love It, which was released in May 2007. This remix is available on Asian versions of the album. Yang Hyun Suk, (CEO of YG Entertainment) had announced that Fabolous would be featured in Se7en 's first U.S. single. However, due to a leak in March 2007 of his US debut song, "This is My Year" featuring Fabolous, which was produced by Rich Harrison and Lionell Davis, on Myspace and YouTube, this caused some changes in Se7en's U.S. debut. Se7en worked with former CEO of LaFace Records, Mark Shimmel and Grammy-winner Rich Harrison and Richcraft producer Lionell Davis on his first American album.A new production team called Noize Trip, who produced The Black Eyed Peas' Disco Club also contributed some work. YG Entertainment and Se7en also took necessary steps to ensure his debut such as trademarking his name in America. Se7en began promoting his English songs through a U.S. album preview party tour with his first stop at the Hiro Ballroom in New York City on March 14, 2008 (produced by Swerve Media and Base NYC). Three of his U.S. album tracks were played at this preview party.Verizon Wireless sponsored his preview parties and autograph signings for a charitable cause.

On March 10, Se7en 's first single "Girls" featuring Lil' Kim was released through digital stores such as iTunes and Amazon MP3. The music video for "Girls" was also released on Myspace that same day. Se7en 's "Girls" music video premiered on BET 106 & Park on June 2, 2009. 

2010: Korean comeback 

Se7en made an official comeback in Korea after a 3 year long hiatus on July 31, 2010 with his 1st mini-album "Digital Bounce." The album consisted of 6 songs including a song from his American debut titled 'Money Can't Buy Me Love'. His 2nd track 'Digital Bounce' featured the rapping skills of Big Bang's TOP. Se7en began his follow up promotions in October with the song 'I'm Going Crazy' which featured his long time girlfriend Park Han-Byul as the main actress in the music video. Throughout his comeback, Se7en attended many variety shows and even featured in fellow labelmate 2NE1's hit reality show 2NE1TV, where he described his hardships in America and his hiatus. Se7en ended his promotions on the October 30, 2010. 

2011:Japanese Comeback 

Se7en has recently revealed, by means of 2NE1's Nolza Japan Concert, that he is planning a comeback in Japan after his four year hiatus since 2007. He has revealed that this album will have a Pop concept and that his first official fanmeet will be on November 6 of this year. Se7en has also revealed that he will be releasing a digital single named 'Angel' in November of this year, and will release a full Japanese album along side a Korean album in January 2012. [edit]2012: Korean Comeback Se7en released his 2nd mini-album on February 1, 2012 with title track "When I Can't Sing." The track was written and produced by JYP and Kang Park making it the first ever official collaboration between YG Entertainment and JYP Entertainment


Se7en accepted the lead role for the Korean drama Goong S, a spinoff of the drama Goong. The first episode of Goong S premiered on January 10, 2007 on MBC; the average nationwide rating for the entire series was 9.7%. Goong S was the most searched and rewatched drama online; it ranked higher than its competition: KBS2 Dalja's Spring and SBS Surgeon Bong Dal Hee. The drama has also gained a wide variety of support from international fans in the U.S., Thailand, Malaysia, Brazil, Australia, and Singapore.Se7en has stated an intention to continue acting in the near future. Se7en had said that even though the drama was not of much of a success, he does not ever regret accepting the role of his character in the drama. It even helped Se7en to sing with more emotion during performances. He also mentioned that he was thankful to have a chance to work with the drama crew and take his career to a new level by acting.


Voice Se7en 's vocal range can be classified in the tenor range. His voice can be described as smooth, mellow, and sometimes mildly abrasive (see vocal belting) when songs, . He often sings with a vibrato in his voice that American R&B singers are known for, and also incorporates beatboxing into many of his songs such as "Passion." Se7en maintains an adamant belief that he should not lipsync during his live performances.


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Friday, 27 April 2012

UiTM Melaka Juara Festari, MMU Cyber

  Rabu (25 April 2012)
telah berlangsungnya Festival Tari (Festari) Piala Tun Dr Siti Hasmah di Multimedia Universiti (MMU), Cyberjaya
buat julung-julung kalinya UiTM memasuki pertandingan ini.
melihatkan ia sebagai satu platform untuk menapak lebih maju.
penari kebudayaan UiTM Melaka, Sencetra menyahut cabaran untuk mara dalam pertandingan ini dalam menonjolkan bakat.

penari wanita & koreografer

Festari kali ni dibahagikan kepada 2 kategori.
Kategori A- Zapin
Kategori B - Arab Kontemporari.
sebanyak 7 universiti menghantar wakil mereka... antaranya
UiTM Shah Alam.
UiTM Melaka

terdapat juga persembahan istimewa daripada kumpulan MAX 24:7

delegasi dari UiTM Melaka

Juara Kategori A - UiTM Shah Alam
Juara Kategori B - UiTM Melaka

Tempat Ketiga - Umtech
Tempat Kedua - UiTM Shah Alam
Tempat Pertama - UiTM Melaka

pendekar Melaka.

 congratsz ~!! congratz~!!
bangga gila dengan korang..
proud to be sencetra family..
i love you & always love you..
jadikan ini sebagai pembakar semangat untuk terus maju
keep on fighting.

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Monday, 23 April 2012

Preview: Playfull Kiss


Playful Kiss is a South Korean drama that is based on the popular Japanese manga Itazura Na Kiss by Tada Kaoru. The show stars Jung So Min as Oh Ha Ni and Kim Hyun Joong as Baek Seung Jo. It aired from September 1, 2010 till October 21, 2010 and had a total of 16 episodes. On November 2, 2010, a 7 episodes "Playful Kiss: Special Edition" was released on YouTube. YA Entertainment will be releasing the series on Region 1 DVD under the name Mischievous Kiss on May 31, 2011


A high school girl named Oh Ha Ni (Jung So Min) who is in the bottom of her class has had a crush on popular and genius male student named Baek Seung Jo (Kim Hyun Joong) ever since she saw him on the first day of high school. Ha Ni decides to confess through a letter, but is rejected by Seung Jo, who tells her that he hates stupid girls.

Fate intervenes when a mild earthquake ruins Ha Ni's family's new house. While the house gets rebuilt, Ha Ni and her father stay at the home of her dad's childhood friend, who happens to be Seung Jo's father.

The drama continues with portraying Seung Jo and Ha Ni moving onto college and university, whilst facing many difficulties and problems, in which eventually lead Seung Jo to fall for Ha Ni in a romantic and protective way.


Kim Hyun Joong as Baek Seung Jo
 Jung So Min as Oh Ha Ni
Lee Tae Sung as Bong Joon Gu
 Lee Si Young as Yoon Hae Ra
 Jung Hye Young as Hwang Geum Hee (Seung Jo's mother)
Oh Kyung Soo as Baek Soo Chang (Seung Jo's father)
Choi Won Hong as Baek Eun Jo (Seung Jo's brother)
Kang Nam Gil as Oh Ki Dong (Ha Ni's father)
Hong Yoon Hwa as Jung Joo Ri (Ha Ni's friend)
Yoon Seung Ah as Dok Go Min Ah (Ha Ni's friend)

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Preview : Personal Taste


Jeon Jinho, a budding architect, is a straight guy who pretends to be gay in order to become roommate to Park Gae In, the owner of a mysterious house that has never been opened to outsiders. His hobbies include organization and ironing, and he’s known for his stoic poker face. He’s a stickler for cleanliness, but he also has a talent for figuring out women’s feelings. Gae In is very trusting, which people take advantage of constantly. However, that doesn’t stop her from giving people the benefit of doubt and Jin Ho is no different.


Son Ye Jin as Park Kae In
Lee Min Ho as Jeon Jin Ho
Kim Ji Suk as Han Chang Ryul
Wang Ji Hye as Kim In Hee
Choi Eun Seo as Na Hye Mi
 Im Seul Ong as Kim Tae Hoon

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