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• Other people with the same Korean name (전효정) : Jeon Hyo-jeong-I ( Female, Editor Director Scriptwriter )

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  • 34th Blue Dragon Film Awards Winners

    2013/11/22, Source
    Hwang Jung-min and Han Hyo-joo (right) pose after winning the Best Actor and Actress Awards at the Blue Dragon Film Awards in Seoul on Friday,...More
  • [HanCinema's Film Review] "Day Trip" and "One Perfect Day"

    2013/08/01
    "Day Trip" is a sad, melancholy romp through nature as a dispirited girl prepares to practice for traditional Korean ballads. Of the two films in the Kolon Sport set, "Day Trip' is by far the most evocative of the appeal of nature. Most of the film is little more than loving, panoramic views of the Korean mountainside punctuated by the girl's singing. There's very little set-up, but what little there is is interesting thematically. The girl is upset because she has failed in the human world of competitive singing. She openly laments how practicing in an empty mountain doesn't prepare her for the realities of competition in front of people. But all these worries just sort of fade away when she actually gets into the singing,...More
  • Added new stills for the upcoming Korean movie "Outrank"

    2012/12/27, Source
    Added new stills for the upcoming Korean movie "Outrank",...More

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