ryu ki hyun


16. Park Bo Gum

15. Kim Woo Bin

14. Ryu Joon Yeol

13. Yoo Ah In

12. Kim Bum

11. Yoo Seung Ho

10. Song Jae Rim

9. Park Hae Jin

8. Park Seo Joon

7. Lee Jong Suk

6. Jang Geun Suk

5. Lee Min Ho

4. Yeo Jin Goo

3. Kim Soo Hyun

2. Seo Kang Joon

1. Song Joong Ki 


BK: Villains are always fun to create and write for, so Book Three was a blast in this regard. Mike, Tim, Josh and I got to dream up a team of baddies who represented each of the four elements, but with rare and deadly skills. The designers and I hastily cranked out concept designs so the storyboard artists would have at least rough materials to work with at the start of the new season.

Designs by Bryan Konietzko, Christie Tseng, Angela Song Mueller, and Ki-Hyun Ryu. Color by Sylvia Filcak-Blackwolf.



MD: Following in Avatar Aang’s footsteps is a hard act to follow, but as soon as we started talking about ideas for Korra’s character, we knew she would be a worthy successor. We wanted her to be headstrong and aggressive, someone who would never back away from a fight. But we gave her a vulnerable side too.
BK: For Korra’s final design recipe, Joaquim provided the majority of the ingredients, Ryu added the spice, and I merely baked it all together. 
Korra concepts by Joaquim Dos Santos, Ki-Hyun Ryu, and Bryan Konietzko. Color by Bryan Konietzko and Sylvia Filcak-Blackwolf. 



Lotor’s First Appearance

Directed by Steve Ahn

Storyboard by Steve Ahn, Ryu Ki Hyun & Sung Hoon Kim 


Inktobers with crossovers of MM boys (Jumin and Zen) as Wang So from Scarlet Heart Ryeo from my twitter!! Ijustlovesotoomuchok


Katara key animation by Ryu Ki Hyun.


1st animatic edit on our new project at Dreamworks! From top to bottom: Jeff Adams, Ki Hyun Ryu, Lauren Montgomery, and me! For the 5 of you reading this…… STAY TUNED!

anonymous asked:

The stuff on the wall is just old VLD and non-VLD art from Ki Hyun Ryu's deviantart (blacksataguni on DA). He's the storyboard artist who "draws Keith super handsome", according to Lauren Montgomery.


Oh, nice! I’m still working my way through the crew’s art archives, and hadn’t gotten to his yet. 

Thank you so much for clarifying! I’ll update the original post.


MD: Ryu’s fantastic homage to Henry Rollin’s punk days as part of Black Flag. I would love to rock out to the Red Lotus band! Zaheer probably sings about freedom, heartbreak, and tearing down the establishment, like most punk singers. Illustrations by Ki-Hyun Ryu.



Not feeling too well, but I wanted to spare a little time to do this much.

Any follower, friend, and or family member of mine should be aware of Mr.Mr and how much they mean to me. They aren’t just another band. Much like our fandom name, I smile because of them.

Through controversy and hard times, being an International Fan, there’s only so much support I can give, and I do my best at that. I have no regrets, but I wish I could do more you know~

Happy 700 DAYS WITH MR.MR and it’s been wonderful being part of my favorite fandom. I look forward to celebrating many more hundreds of days with you all!

^^ Elle-o-v-e MR.MR & Elle-o-v-e MISO~

A few preemptive words about Episode 408, “Remembrances”…

In a couple hours the eighth chapter of Korra Book 4 will be released online, and I suppose, if you are none the wiser, a few minutes into it you will feel duped and yell at your screen, “Hey! This is a crummy clips episode!” And that is (almost) exactly what it is––except we all worked really hard to make sure at the very least it isn’t crummy. I’m here to explain why we ended up having to do one. Sometime around a year and a half ago we were similarly duped on a large scale. We got the news from the higher-ups that our Book 4 budget was getting slashed, almost to the tune of an entire episode’s budget. We had two options: 1) let go a significant number of crew members several weeks early, or 2) make a clips episode. We never considered the first option. We weren’t going to do that to our crew, and even if we were callous enough to do so, we never would have been able to finish the season without them. But having grown up on TV in the ‘80s and '90s, we all dread clips episodes, where characters sit around saying, “Remember that time when…” and leftover footage is reheated for no one’s enjoyment. Anyone who suffered through TNG’s “Shades of Gray” knows what I’m talking about.

Anime fans know this is a common occurrence in Japanese series as well. In fact, as Mike hung his head in disappointment at our fate, I remembered how one of my favorite anime series, Samurai Champloo, made what I thought was a really awesome and clever clips episode. They mixed about 5 minutes of new footage in with the old, and set up a context where the characters would be reflecting on past events while narrating over them, offering new insights or at least providing some humor. I pitched this angle to Mike and he agreed this was the best way to turn this big old lemon into some lemonade.

Back on Avatar, we had something that functioned as a sort of clips episode, though it was all new animation and really hard to make, Episode 317, “The Ember Island Players.” Our heroes went to a play where they saw themselves and their tales performed by actors on stage. It was simultaneously a reckoning for the characters before they headed into the denouement, and a lighthearted romp where we got to poke fun at our own show before things got really serious in the remaining episodes. Korra’s “Remembrances” ended up serving the same function, albeit with old footage instead of a newly animated play. There is about 5 minutes of new footage, wonderfully animated by Studio Mir, and a bunch of funny and touching narration from the characters. There are also some fun chibi heads and other treats in there to spice up the old footage.

What started out as a reluctant chore ended up being a really fun episode to make, and in the end I truly love it. Mike did an awesome job directing it and storyboarding all the chibi hilarity, as well as overseeing the wonderful script by Josh Hamilton, Katie Mattila, and Tim Hedrick. Joaquim Dos Santos, Ryu Ki Hyun, and Lauren Montgomery drew fantastic storyboards for the new footage (particularly Lauren’s insane Varrick posing). Lots of other folks worked their tails off on this one, namely Amaris Calvin, our animatics editor; Christie Tseng, our character designer who drew and colored all of the final chibi art; Matt Gadbois, our After Effects artist; and Chris Hink, our final picture editor. Last but not least, Aran Tanchum and Vinny Guisetti on foley, Benjamin Wynn on sound design, and a stellar new score with all your favorite hits by Jeremy Zuckerman. And plenty of other fine folks I’m forgetting!

So now you know what it is and why it happened. I hope you do end up enjoying it after all, especially as a last lighthearted, nostalgic romp before POOP. GETS. REAL. And then the series is done.

Love, Bryan

P.S. I forgot to mention our cast’s amazing performances, especially John Michael Higgins’ million words a minute as Varrick in act three!