[Sikseekers on Korean News] Fans from 12 countries donate 6 million Won to The Beautiful Foundation on Yoo Ah In’s Birthday

Hi guys! Sikseekland a.k.a Sikseekers is on the news again! (Nope, this is not our first time) 🙂 As we’ve previously reported here, Yoo Ah In’s fans from 12 countries all over the world celebrated his birthday by donating around 6 million Won (₩6,082,814 to be exact, or approximately $5,312) to The Beautiful Foundation for his birthday, … Continue reading

Yoo Ah In’s fans donate 10 million to Childhood Leukemia Foundation on his birthday

Once again, Yoo Ah In fans celebrated his birthday in a very meaningful way, this time with ten million won donations in his name!   Yoo Ah In’s fans from Daum Cafe (DC Yoo Ah In Gallery) donated a large sum of money towards pediatric cancer (also known as childhood cancer) treatment expenses in an honor … Continue reading

[PROJECT REPORT] Sikseekers Charity Project for Yoo Ah In’s Birthday “Donation for Children”

Hi Sikseekers in the Sikseekland! Happy 1st October; the Master Sik’s month~^^ Finally, this is our report on Sikseekland Project: Sikseekers Charity Project for Yoo Ah In’s Birthday!! Since Yoo Ah In always tells his fans that he prefer us to donate for charity rather than buy him the birthday presents, we came with the … Continue reading

Petition For Chicago Typewriter Blu-ray & DVD: come and join!

This is a special announcement to the foreigners/fans who live outside Korea. Chicago Typewriter is conducting a survey for Director’s Cut Blue-ray/DVD version. It’s more like a petition for the production team to release the director’s cut version of this drama. Normally, every Korean drama does the same thing after the show ends, as a … Continue reading

Sikseekers Charity Project For Yoo Ah In’s Birthday: Come and Join Us!

Hi fellow Sikseekers! We’re back with another project for our beloved actor Yoo Ah In 🙂 As we know, currently Yoo Ah In is taking a hiatus due to his health. And we have shown our support in any way we can, including sending supportive messages to his instagram posts everyday. Now, we decided to … Continue reading

Yoo Ah In Writes for Vogue As A Special Journalist: Interviews Actress Jang Yoon Ju & Does More!

Having featured many times in VOGUE Korea that includes being the first Korean male actor who graces 3 covers of Vogue, this time Yoo Ah In is selected by Vogue to be the special journalist for Vogue Korea special edition, August 2017 issue. His mission is to interview Korean actress-slash-top model Jang Yoon Ju in … Continue reading

Yoo Ah In News Bits June 22-30: David Hume, FaceTime, Kwak Si Yang, The Peace of Holiday & More

Picking up where we left off, here’s June News Bits Part 2: June 22 to 30~^^ [Note: Most of the information in the “News Bits” posts are already shared/posted in our Facebook and Twitter, so we advice you readers to follow both of our SNS accounts for the exclusive and freshly updates. We have posted some information/his SNS … Continue reading

[FULL TRANS] Oh My News: The discriminatory attention towards those who are exempt from military. Yoo Ah In doesn’t need to apologize

There’s a general resentment regarding exemption, since ordinary Koreans claim that it’s beyond rare for non-celebs to get exemptions no matter what. Famous and rich people often find ways to dodge the draft and that pisses them off a lot, so these people lash out their anger towards exempt people, assuming they have an easy … Continue reading

Chicago Typewriter Finale Appreciation Post Part 2: Seo Hwi Young Fever

One of the best things and the most magical thing Chicago Typewriter has is an extraordinary and complicated alpha-male character Seo Hwi Young.   How can you not love a man who is so noble to a fault that he would stay true to his beliefs and then watch him imprint the image of the … Continue reading

Chicago Typewriter Finale Appreciation Post Part 1: Praises and Criticisms

Chicago Typewriter, starring Yoo Ah In, Im Soo Jung, and Go Kyung Pyo, just wrapped up the finale episode last Saturday, June 3rd, with a quite satisfying ending. Despite not earning spectacular viewerships, which hovering between 2 to 3 percent [note: for cable network, 2% viewerships ratings is considered high, with the calculation of 1% … Continue reading