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Mcantrell has an early front runner for Siren of the Year with this one: the beautiful Miki Hamino, a Japanese-American living in the San Francisco Bay Area.
Here are the opening scenes from 1992′s Kekko Kamen 2, featuring Chris Aoki (please don’t confuse with the male golfer of the same name) in the title role and Rie Nakano as Mayumi Takahashi, the hapless and nubile schoolgirl Kekko often rescues from the perilous perverted predicaments she finds herself in. Kekko’s “Muffication Squeeze” (called that even though she’s always appeared to be sans muff, in the comic books and on film) that we see her employing just after the 3-minute mark here, is her “finishing move.” Even though Miss Aoki is no female Bruce Lee, she also gives a decent display of her nunchaku skills, as that is another thing the character is known for.
A former Playboy Playmate in the magazine’s Japanese edition (now defunct), Chris Aoki was the first of the now five actresses to play Kekko Kamen. See this post at the old site for info on them and the films through 2007. Miss Aoki, who turns 47 next month, now resides in the “Whatever Happened to..?” file but at least you can see what she looked like circa 1992, without the mask at this post at the old site. For those interested, the latest entry in the Kekko Kamen franchise was 2012′s Mask the Kekkou: Reborn starring gravure-to-JAV idol Aino Kishi, who was featured at the old site in September of 2009.
Rex, who loves his South Korean TV, thought we should look at My Love From the Star and some of its female stars, but I got no further than Jeon Ji Hyun…
Anthia Mo is a model/dancer from Boston, MA who I read about first at Amped Asia.
It was 10 years ago today that popular Korean actress Lee-Eun-ju ended her own life when she hanged herself at her home in Seongman. Her suicide began a sort of “trend” of Korean celebrity suicides that followed over the next several years (as covered at the old site), the most notable being the October 2008 suicide of top actress Choi Jin-sil, who was know as the “Nation’s Actress.”
Above is Miss Lee’s final film scene in 2004′s The Scarlet Letter. In this scene, her character, Ga-hee, asks her police detective lover (played by Han Suk-kyu) to kill her after she miscarries. SPOILER ALERT: Since he doesn’t want to do it and refuses, we can assume that the gunshot heard at the end of this scene is fired by Ga-hee.
Four months after The Scarlet Letter was released, Miss Lee, like her character in the movie, took her own life. It was reported that she had regrets over the racy nude scenes she did for the film, which those close to her believe may have been one of the factors for her suicide.
It’s no secret that I think Hmong women are beautiful. The problem is that I don’t think all Hmong models are beautiful. The community is very tight knit and image plays a big role. The more beautiful the woman, the less likely they are to model, because it would be beneath them. So when I find a Hmong model I like, I am always very happy to feature her. This is Mai Kou Yang, and she has one of my favorite face shapes.
Here’s a girl I found who as far as I can tell only has two galleries and no real info (that I’d trust as accurate), but was so lovely I had to share.