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"The Front Line" Lee Je-hoon visits Japan with "Bleak Night"

2011/09/26 | Permalink | Source

Actor Lee Je-hoon who is well known for movie "The Front Line", is getting noticed in Japan for "Bleak Night".

"Bleak Night" was invited to Japan Fukuoka International Film Festival and that was a reason for Lee Je-hoon to visit Japan last 23rd. He participated in the talk with the audience with director Yoon Seong-hyeon and had an autograph session too.

Japanese fans crowded around to see him and made it obvious how popular he was.

"Bleak Night" was evaluated as a masterpiece for the actors' prudent expressions and outstanding directing, and it was awarded the New Currents Award at the Busan International Film Festival. At the Geneva Black Movie Film Festival it was awarded the Young Judge Award and at the Hong Kong International Film Festival, it was awarded the International Critics' Association Award.

Lee Je-hoon is currently going through the size of the movie release in Japan.

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