By Simon HopperThere are many things that a star can’t control, like how many kids they have, the type of music they listen to or the type that they play.

But what’s most important is that you know who has had an impact on your career and what you can expect to hear in the years to come.

Here are the top 10.1.

Kim Min-jung Kim, rapperKim Min-ju, one of the biggest rappers of her generation, is now the youngest-ever female head of a major Korean entertainment agency, K-Pop Entertainment.

In an interview with CNN, she said that she was able to achieve success because of her mother, Kim Jung-un, and her father, Kim Kyung-ho.

She said that Kim’s father, who was in charge of K-pop before Kim’s mother was born, always had a very positive attitude towards the country’s youth.

Kim said that her mother encouraged her to work hard and pursue her dreams, even if she didn’t have the means to do so.

“My mom is the reason why I came to K-Rap.

I have the confidence to take risks and go out and perform at the highest level, and that’s what I’ve done.”2.

Jang Song-hoon Jang, actorJang Song Hoon, who made his name with the hit song “My Name Is” in 1994, died on Tuesday at the age of 89.

His passing came two weeks after the actor and actress Jang Tae-hun died at the end of the year.

Jang was known for his dark and sometimes humorous portrayal of a mentally challenged Korean teenager, “Bak,” and was nominated for a Grammy for his role.3.

Park Bom-soo Park, actorPark Bom-suk, who also wrote and starred in many K-Raps, including “Bubblegum Boy,” was one of Korea’s biggest K-Punk stars and has won a Grammy award for best actor for “Candy Man.”

Park also had an important role in the Korean pop music scene.4.

Park Bo-hyuk Park, actressPark Bo-huk, who became known for her role as Kim Kyun-seon in the hit Korean drama “Drama Girl,” died on November 10 at the young age of 68.

She was best known for playing the role of “Kang Yoo-haeng” in the critically acclaimed drama “Cherry Blossom.”

Park was born in Seoul and rose to fame as a child star in the late 1960s and 1970s.

She won several awards for her roles in the drama.

Park was nominated in five awards for best actress for “Babylon,” including a Grammy in 1993 for best supporting actress.5.

Lee Ji-hwan Lee, actorLee Ji-hun, who appeared in more than 100 films and television series, including such Korean classics as “Bondi” and “Korean War,” died at his home in Seoul on November 22.

He was 85.

Lee, known for a series of popular TV shows, such as “Gramma,” was born on November 6, 1940, in South Korea’s capital Seoul.

His father, Park Chung-hee, played the father of his family in the 1960s sitcom “Bong Soon-yeon.”6.

Jung Yoo Jung, actorLang Joon-ho, a founding member of Kpop’s K-Rock group, who played a part in the group’s debut album “Crazy”, has died.

His wife, Kim Yoo Ho, confirmed the news on November 24.

Lang, who had a daughter named Kim Ji-seok, died at age 73.7.

Jung Hyo-woo Jung was born October 7, 1948, in Seoul.

He made his film debut in 1960 in the movie “Hangul,” and played the role that would become his breakout role in “K-Punks.”

He has played many roles in films and TV shows over the years, including the role as the head of the CIA in “Hollywood Babylon.”8.

Kim Hyo Jung, actressKim Hyo Woo, who starred in “Tropic Thunder” and is the daughter of Kim Jung Yoon, has died at her home in New York City on November 25.

She had been battling Alzheimer’s disease.9.

Kim Yoon Jung, directorKim Yoon-sung, who directed the cult classic “Camelot,” has died of a heart attack.

He had been hospitalized for a heart ailment.10.

Yoon Gyu-su Kim, singerYoon Gyuh-su, the daughter and sister of Kim Kyu-nam, the former president of South Korea, who is a member of the K-League, is the latest member of a family that has had