Keyword: Subtitle For Unbowed
Actor Lee Byung Hun nominated as the best actor at the Grand Bell Awards for the first time in his life
Actor Lee Byugn Hun received the best actor award at the Grand Bell Awards for the first time in his life.
At the 49th Grand Bell Awards that was held at Yeouido KBS Hall on October 30, Lee Byung Hun received the best actor award beating, Chio Min Sik from War With Crime, Kim Myung Min from Pace Maker, Hwang Jung Min from Dancing Queen, and Ahn Sung Gi from Unbowed.
Even though he could not attend the award ceremony, Lee also received a Popularity Award.
The movie, Masquerade is the seventh Korean movie to ever exceed 10 million viewers. It is about Gwanghae, the king fooling other people and making someone who looks just like him become king.
Lee Byung Hun successfully played two roles as the scared king Gwanghae and one of the untouchable, Ha Sun
Who will become the Best Actor at the Baek Sang Arts Awards?
The competition between nominated actors and actresses for the 48th Baek Sang Arts Awards is intense.
The most competitive category is of course, the Best Actor Award. Park Hae-il from "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon", Kim Yoon-seok from "Punch", Ahn Seong-gi from "Unbowed", Choi Min-sik from "Nameless Gangster" and more have been nominated for this category.
Park Hae-il gathered 7,780,000 audiences with the movie "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon" last year and he is very likely to be awarded the Best Actor. Kim Yoon-sik from "Punch" is also a touch match as well as Ahn Seong-gi from "Unbowed".
The nominees for Best Actress are almost predictable
The production team for "Unbowed" contributed 10 million won to "26 Years" crowd funding.
Director Chung Ji-young from "Unbowed" and additional staff members showed intention of donating 10 million won to the National Crowd Funding, according to the movie production company Cheongoram.
Chung Ji-young and chairman Choi Yong-bae met as director and producer of the movie "North Korea's Southern Army". "Unbowed" and "26 Years" take on the same path in reflecting the Korean politics and irrationality of the society.
In support of this kind of contribution, the Crowd Funding for movie "26 Years" broke through 200 million won on the 3rd. There was a live time Q&A session in response to this by Chairman Choi Yong-bae himself
Though the new year’s holiday box office was dominated by feel-good comedy Dancing Queen, the based-on-a-true-story courtroom thriller Broken Arrow (also called Unbowed) isn’t far behind. The film is gaining a lot of traction based on critical buzz, for the gripping portrayal of a real case that was steeped in controversy. Veteran actor Ahn Sung-ki stars as the defendant in director Jung Ji-young‘s new take on the 2007 Crossbow Terror Incident.
The film is based on a famous case in 2007, involving math professor Kim Kyung-ho, who made a mistake on an entrance exam question at his university, and subsequently lost his job. He sued the school, appealed the decision numerous times, and was shut out by the courts, and so he allegedly attacked the judge with a crossbow, earning him a prison sentence coupled with the entire country labeling him a terrorist
The film “Unbowed” reached 2,000,000 viewers within 14 days of opening. For one day on January 30 the film had 99,722 viewers pushing the total number of viewers to 1,974,049. According to “KOFIC,” on January 31 the film would have surpassed 2,000,000 viewers.
The film “Unbowed” is based on a true story called the “crossbow terror incident.” A mathematics professor Kim Myung Ho lost the chance for advancement and also his job as a professor. In 2007, Kim Myung Ho’s rebuttal was denied without any reason. The angry professor visited the judge with a crossbow and demanded a fair trial. There was a physical altercation, the judge had a bloody shirt and there was also a broken arrow. However, the professor argued that he did not in fact shoot the judge which caused a controversial and interesting case