'Alpha Girls' are defined as 'girls who have found their place in a non-traditional career path.' This docuseries follows four women who fit this definition in every way: runway model Soo Joo Park, music producer and DJ TokiMonsta, hip hop illustrator Mina Kwon, and fashion designer Miss Lawn (Lanie Alabanza-Barcena). They are at the top of their games when we meet them, but reaching a huge turning point in their lives: will Soo Joo Park be able to get over her fractured foot and make a big splash at New York Fashion Week? Will Mina Kwon get over her creative slump? Will TokiMonsta crash and burn in her first show in Korea? And how will Miss Lawn juggle her bride-to-be best friend's expectations while expanding her fashion label Hellz Bellz?
Two years ago, six school chums - Ta, Kim, Por, Tair, Noot, and Ko - are faced with a grudge. Ta's mother died when he was young, and his father remarried Ta's teacher, Miss Panor. During their last year at school, Miss Panor seduces Por. Por subsequently discovers he's not the only one in her bed. In addition to being married to Ta's father, Miss Panor is also having an affair with the sports coach. Fuelled by jealousy, Por suggests filming Panor and the coach to 'prove her infidelity' to Ta's father. The friends, save for Kim, do so, and broadcast it to the entire school. The coach soon discovers it was them and holds the group at gunpoint while he sexually abuses them. Seeking revenge, the students approach a monk who agrees to curse the coach. A few days later, Por goes back to the monk and asks him to curse Miss Panor, too. The coach dies in which numerous fish hooks appear from his body. Miss Panor, who is embarrassed at her sexual exploits being revealed, is found stabbing herself repeatedly in the legs. Years later the group reunites to pay respects to the teacher because her husband has passed away. Little do they know what horrors await them.
The “2016 DMC Festival” is an annual festival celebrating the best of the Hallyu wave. Sponsored by MBC, the 2nd annual festival was held October 1-11, 2016, at the Sangam Culture Plaza and at MBC headquarters at Sangam-dong, Seoul, South Korea. The 11-day musical festival features awards shows, exhibitions and showcase performances by the hottest K-pop groups and artists. Groups scheduled to perform during the exciting event include Girls’ Generation, EXO, BTS, Apink, EXID, TWICE, CNBLUE, BEAST, BTOB, GOT7, Red Velvet and much more! Don’t miss a minute of the largest Hallyu festival that celebrates the best of the Korean culture and entertainment!