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[Interview] Yeo Jin-goo Looks Forward to Working With IU

Source | 2019/03/12 | Permalink

Yeo Jin-goo is excited to work with "IU".

Star of the recent "The Crowned Clown" who played double roles is continuing his hard work. He's coming back with the new tvN drama, "Hotel Del Luna", with IU...More

[Interview] Han Ji-min Asked Herself Who "Miss Baek" Was as a Person

2019/03/09 | Permalink

After minor roles in "All In" (2003), "Dae Jang Geum" (2003), Han had her breakout role in the revenge series Revenge in 2005. This was followed by her other memorable roles in period dramas "Capital Scandal" (2007) and "Yi San" (2007), contemporary dramas "Cain and Abel" (2009) and "Padam Padam... The Sound of His and Her Heartbeats" (2011), and romantic comedies "The Rooftop Prince" (2012) and "Familiar Wife" (2018), as well as drama film "Miss Baek" (2018)...More

[Interview] "Svaha: The Sixth Finger" Lee Jae-in-II, "I Just Like Acting"

Source | 2019/03/07 | Permalink

Director Jang Jae-hyeon said, "She's intelligent and his digestibility is outstanding. She's a great actress regardless of age". Actor Lee Jung-jae said, "She surprised me every time" and Park Jung-min said, "She's just an acting genius". They are all talking about Lee Jae-in-II (15 years old) from "Svaha: The Sixth Finger"...More

[Interview] Kim Yu-ri, Kwon Han-sol, and Ok Soo-boon on Korean Teenagers' Difficulty With Independence

2019/03/06 | Permalink

Kim Yu-ri graduated with a degree in Film Making from Kyungsung University in Busan. After graduation, she began working on commercial and independent features and has been making several short films including How Long Has That Door Been Open? which received the Grand Prize in the Korean Shorts competition at the 2014 Jeonju International Film Festival. "Sub-zero Wind" is her first feature film...More

[Interview] Bae Chang-ho

2019/02/23 | Permalink

Bae Chang-ho was the most commercially successful director of the 1980s, who made a number of chic melodramas about the new sensibility of the young generation. His debut film, "People in the Slum" (1982), and following films, "Whale Hunting" (1984), "Deep Blue Night" (1985), and "Our Joyful Young Days" (1987) all generated enthused reactions from not only ordinary moviegoers but also hardcore film maniacs. "Deep Blue Night" was shot mostly on location in the US at a time overseas shooting of even a few scenes was not an easy task. Despite these successes, Bae refused to dwell in one place. Since the 1980s, he pushed on in his artistic explorations, even enduring box office failures. The hit maker of the 1980s transformed himself into a maker of low budget, independent films such as "My Heart" (1999) and "Road" (2004). His early works showed elaborate filmmaking techniques that were second to none among his contemporaries, but his later works are more characterized by simple and down-to-earth approach to story telling and image capturing. He once taught in college, but left his teaching position, frustrated by artistic stagnation...More

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