The oldest vignette in the FUNimation dub is Action Bastard Extravaganza Special! Unfortunately the show just sort of ends and the final episode is easily the weakest, really just not a good note to end on, but still an entertaining show overall if you give it a chance.This is a list of episodes dubbed in English by Vitello Productions in 2002.Shin studied in Japan at Tokyo Fine Arts School, the predecessor of Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and Music, before returning to Korea three years later.Shin started his film career as an assistant production designer on Choi In-kyu's Viva Freedom!Through her relationship with Dream Factory, Park Shin-Hye began training as an actress, singer, and playing the guitar & keyboard. In 2003 Park Shin-Hye debuted as the main female character in the music video "Ggot" (Flower) by singer Lee Seung-Hwan.In the same year she also successfully auditioned for a role in the SBS drama series "Stairway to Heaven". Park Shin-Hye played the role of main character Han Jung-Seo as a child (Choi Ji-Woo played the adult Han Jung-Seo). I really like you the first time I saw you on the drama stairway to heaven. You look good togethere with geun suk,,i hope you'll have another TV drama with him. My Girlfriend and I really like your show and she was REALLY excited to see you finally get Kissed!!Although "Stairway to Heaven" boosted Park Shin-Hye's profile among the Korean public, the roles she took after "Stairway to Heaven" were initially less successful.
During the "Golden Age" of South Korean cinema in the late 1950s and 1960s, Shin worked prolifically, often directing two or more films per year, earning the nickname the "Prince of Korean Cinema" including Prince Yeonsan (1961), the winner of the Best Film prize at the first Grand Bell Awards ceremony, and a Grand Bell Award-winning 1964 remake of Na Woon-gyu's 1926 Beongeoli Sam-ryong.When Park Shin-Hye was in 6th grade at Hak-Kang Elementary School in Gwangju, she was advised to audition for pop singer Lee Seung-Hwan's music company "Dream Factory" by her English teacher at a private institute.Consequently, Park Shin-Hye went to Seoul and auditioned for Dream Factory.He was born Shin Tae-seo; he later changed his name to Shin Sang-ok when he started working in the film industry.The son of a prominent doctor of Chinese medicine, Shin Sang-ok was born in Chongjin, in the northeastern part of the Korean Peninsula, at the time occupied by Japan and currently a part of North Korea.Park Shin-Hye was born on Feburary 18th, 1990 in Gwangju, Jeollanam-do, South Korea.