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Lee Honey supports lover Yoon Kye-sang quietly at 'Minority Opinion' VIP preview

Source | 2015/06/18 | Permalink

Lee Honey appeared at the VIP preview for 'Minority Opinion' to support her lover Yoon Kye-sang.

Yoon Kye-sang attended the VIP preview events for movie 'Minority Opinion' on June 18th, which took place at 2 PM ain Dongdaemoon Mega Box and at 8 PM in Coex Mega Box...More

Meet Legendary Korean Director Kang Woo-Seok in Los Angeles

Source | 2013/04/05 | Permalink

Hwang Jung-min, Yoon Je-moon and Park Won-sang in Kang Woo-seok's "Fist of Legend"

Source | 2012/04/26 | Permalink

Hwang Jung-min, Yoon Je-moon and Park Won-sang have been cast for Kang Woo-seok's new movie "Fist of Legend".

Cinema Service explained, "Hwang Jung-min, Yoon Je-moon and Park Won-sang have confirmed to star in the movie "The Legendary First"". Crank in should start in July after clarifying all contracts by the end of this month...More

Director Kang Woo-seok has mind set on web-toon "Fist of Legend"

Source | 2012/03/13 | Permalink

Kang Woo-seok who stepped back from the production team of "King of Chosun" due to conflicts with CJ, has confirmed on his next project. Cinema Service conveyed that Kang Woo-seok will be making web-toon "Fist of Legend" into a movie.

"Fist of Legend" is a web-toon that was published serially on the portal site Daum...More

'Gabi': East-meets-West thriller on Joseon Kingdom's first coffee

Source | 2012/02/21 | Permalink

A scene from "Gabi" / Courtesy of Cine De Epi

By Kwaak Je-yup

The wild popularity of coffee has spilled over to the silver screen, and that Western influence has created an unconventional period piece set in the Joseon Kingdom (1392-1897).

"Gabi", the newest film by Jang Yoon-hyeon ("Hwang Jin Yi", "Tell Me Something" and "The Contact", among others), has solid star-studded insurance but its first and foremost attraction remains its intriguing story. It mixes one of the most turbulent times in Korean history with the fictional tale of the beverage's introduction to the country...More

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