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Kim Soo Hyun has joined hands with lodges chain Paradise Group for his upcoming feature film "Real."
Paradise team relayed on October 26, "Kim Soo Hyun will sponsor his own film "Real" via making an investment 8,000,000,000 KRW (~$7.07 million USD) in it."
The movie"s filming is to take position at Paradise City, which is recently being built at Incheon"s Yeongjong Island beneath the direction of Paradise Group.
"Real" has garnered attention in the media recently for being the 2d one authentic task of Alibaba Pictures, a subsidiary of Chinese e-commerce corporate Alibaba Group. Alibaba pictures took direct section in investing in and distribution of the movie, after its remaining project which was once "Mission: very unlikely - Rogue Nation."
Kim Soo Hyun could be gambling the role of Jang Tae Young, a ruthless guy who is blinded by his greed for luck and in pursuit of an ambitious conquest to ascertain a casino empire. The motion picture is decided to begin filming close to the finish of this year.
(Photo : ) Kim Soo Hyun used his Instagram account (@soohyun_k216) to promote the casting schedule for his upcoming movie, "Real." On July 13, the 27-year-old actor posted a photo which outlined audition dates.
In his Instagram post, Kim referenced his recent role in KBS" "Producer." "Goodbye, Baek Seung Chan," wrote Kim in his social media post. "Hello, Jang Tae Yeong."
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He listed the website for the production (www.filmreal.kr) and continued with a message which encouraged female actresses to audition for the female lead. "Please try to become the lead with Jang Tae Yeong," said Kim. "Goodbye, Tak Ye Jin. Goodbye Cindy."
Actress Gong Hyo Jin portrayed Tak Ye Jin in the series, while solo vocalist and actress, IU, starred as Cindy. "Producer" incorporated a love square which was resolved with Cindy forming a hot-and-cold or a relationship commonly referred to within Korean culture as "some" with Baek Seung Chan.
"Producer" concluded its 12-episode run on June 20. The series ended on a high note with ratings of 17.7 percent.
"Producer" marked the Korean entertainment return of Kim Soo Hyun, following a year-long break. While he previously gained a strong fan following for his roles in "Dream High" and the period series, "The Moon Embracing the Sun," his portrayal of alien-turned-Hallyu manager Do Min Joon in "My Love from the Star" helped to propel Kim into meteoric fame.
In addition to his upcoming film, Kim will be present at the upcoming Hallyu convention, KCON LA. "Producer" and "My Love from the Star" screenwriter Park Ji Eun will also appear at KCON LA, as part of a session called All That K-Drama with KOCCA.
About the writer: Adrienne Stanley is a contributing editor for KDramastars. She is also a contributing writer for KpopStarz, MTV Iggy, Viki and CJ Entertainment"s KCON blog. Her passions include a love of K-pop and Asian drama. When she is not writing, she is hanging out on Twitter (@retrogirladdy).
K-dramas often use incidents from real life and "Producer" is no exception. Because it is a show about the making of variety shows, the drama makes fun of real life variety show encounters and shows just how hilarious and frustrating the making of reality shows can be. But the romance in "Producer" may also have been inspired by the real life story of two KBS producers.
In the drama "Producer" Gong Hyo Jin plays Tak Ye Jin, the producer of "Music Bank" and Cha Tae Hyun plays Ra Joon Mo, the producer of the program "1 Night, 2 Days." The actor is a regular guest on "1 Night, 2 Days,"
Tak Ye Jin has a longtime crush on Ra Joon Mo although she is currently being tempted by the attentions of a young producer played by Kim Soo Hyun. Ra Joon Mo likes Tak Ye Jin back but for various dumb reasons won"t say so. Complicating things further is the fact that k-pop star Cindy, played by IU, likes Kim Soo Hyun"s character. At this point in the drama it"s hard to say which producer Taek Ye Jin will wind up with.
But in real life, the real producer of "Music Bank" married the "1 Night, 2 Days" producer.
The June 13 episode of the KBS program "Entertainment Weekly" featured the real "Music Bank" producer Shin Soo Jung, and her husband, the real "1 Night, 2 Days" producer Park In Suk. They spoke about their romance.
"I married my senior," said Shin Soo Jung. "Because we spent so much time together. You have to marry someone who is next to you."
Since they spend so much time at work that does make sense. But did she also camp out at his apartment while hers was being renovated? And what about the Kim Soo Hyun character Baek Seung Chan? Was there someone like that who had a crush on her?
She did not say. That character of Baek Seung Chan may be modeled on PD Yoo Ho Jin, of "1 Night, 2 Days." He was introduced as a newbie a few years ago and graduated from Korea University just like Baek Seung Chan did. However, Yoo did not have the same reasons for applying for the job. He just needed a job. And there is no indication he ever had a crush on any of his fellow KBS employees.
Does the fact that the producers married in real life mean that the characters played by Cha Tae Hyun and Gong Hyo Jin will marry at the end of the drama? Not necessarily. It"s only modeled on some real-life TV-making situations. We will all have to tune in to find out.
Lets find out the way Real “1 Night, 2 Days” PD thinks when seeing how Kim Soo Hyun has been doing in the show called "producer"
With the popularity of KBS Friday-Saturday drama Producer, many viewers have been wondering if the drama is realistically portraying what actually happens behind-the-scenes of KBS Sunday variety show 1 Nights, 2 Days.
Producer, starring Cha Tae Hyun, Gong Hyo Jin, Kim Soo Hyun, and IU, portrays the world of the variety department in KBS, focusing on the production of 1 Night, 2 Days. Kim Soo Hyun plays the role of Baek Seung Chan, a newbie PD in the variety shows production team. A little awkward and clumsy, his character brings to mind PD Yoo Ho Jin of 1 Night, 2 Days, who was introduced to viewers of the actual variety show years ago as the newbie PD. The show pulled a hidden camera prank on him back then, showing him very green, very flustered, and very confused in the face of the cast fighting. Now Yoo Ho Jin is in charge of the show, having shed his newbie title.
Fun fact: Baek Seung Chang graduated from Seoul University and Yoo Ho Jin is actually a graduate of Korea University. Both universities are considered one of the top three in Korea.
Regarding the similarity between him and Baek Seung Chan, Yoo Ho Jin commented, I think his clumsiness and the chaos he feels as the newbie PD is similar to how I was. He added, however, When I see his good-looking face, though, I think he is very different. It was disheartening.
Instead of Baek Seung Chan being a dramatized version of him, Yoo Ho Jin thinks that the character is more a portrayal of how a lot of youngsters in society feel like, just entering the workforce. But the variety department is a little more difficult than a regular company, he added.
When asked if he applied to become a KBS PD because of a pretty school senior like Baek Seung Chan did, Yoo Ho Jin answered, LOL. No. I applied because I had to earn a living.
Actor Kim Soo Hyun will be returning to the big screen after two years.
Kim Soo Hyun last movie was "Secretly, Greatly" in 2013, and now it is confirmed by his agencyKeyeast Entertainment that he will be doing a film titled "REAL." It will tell a story about Kim Soo Hyun"s character taking over the ambitious character of Jang Tae Young.
He will start filming in October, and the movie may be released late 2015.
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Actor Kim Soo Hyun has now two projects on his hands as it was revealed he was not only returning to the small screen in "Producer" but also the big screen in "Real"!
According to one media outlet on April 9, his agency Key East Entertainment stated, "Kim Soo Hyun confirmed his return to the small screen through his next project, KBS 2TV"s new variety-drama, "Producer," but on top of that, he decided to return to the big screen through film "Real.""
This will make it his first comeback in two years since "Secretly Greatly" back in 2013. "Real" will be an action, thriller, noir movie involving what happens when a reporter goes looking for Jang Tae Young, a problem solver on a roll who neatly takes care of requests made in the dark side of a flashy city.
Kim Soo Hyun will be playing Jang Tae Young, a cold man who aspires to build a casino hotel, showing a totally new side to himself. Looks like the bad boy is coming out!
It has been more than a year since Kim Soo Hyun"s last drama ended. "You Who Came From the Stars" was so popular that the actor spent the rest of the year raking in about 35 product-endorsement deals, visiting with fans and participating in international events. The human-alien romance earned ratings of 24.02 percent and had two billion hits on the Chinese streaming site iQiyi.
Now the 27-year-old actor is back with both a drama and a new film role.
Kim Soo Hyun will play a variety show producer in the drama "Producer," starring Gong Hyo Jin, Cha Tae Hyun and IU. That drama is set to air in May. But his agency KeyEast Entertainment recently revealed that he has also committed to appearing in a film titled "Real."
Except for a cameo appearance in "Miss Granny," it will be the actor"s first film role since he played a spy disguised as the village idiot in "Secretly Greatly."
"Secretly, Greatly," which also starred Lee Hyun Woo and Park Ki Woong, broke several box office records when it was released in 2013. The film had the highest single opening day for a domestic film and the biggest opening weekend. Kim Soo Hyun has proven his worth as a box office draw.
Kim"s new film, "Real," is an action thriller. He will play the role of Jang Tae Young, a messenger. Jang Tae Young is not the kind of messenger who just delivers packages. Working for gangster types, Kim Tae Young mostly delivers bad news and threats. You might say that he takes care of annoying problems for his bosses. And he"s good at it. He"s a hard worker who wants to advance himself in the criminal world.
It"s hard to imagine Kim Soo Hyun playing a dark and violent character.
So far the actor has played an alien in "You Who Came From The Stars," a king in "The Moon Embracing The Sun" and a country boy who wants to make it big in "Dream High." In "The Thieves" he played a thief, but thievery is the closest he has come to playing a criminal.
Lee Jung Sub, who wrote the screenplays for the films "The Perfect Couple" and "Lost In Love," is the producer for "Real." The film is expected to begin shooting in October and be released in 2016.
--> Gathering attention from in and outside of Korea, Kim Soo Hyun has confirmed to appear in the new movie Real.
After receiving much popularity from Asia after You Who Came From the Stars, Kim Soo Hyun will be making a smallscreen comeback with KBS′ Producer and now a bigscreen comeback with the film Real as well.
Having gathered 7 million viewers in 2013 with Secrety Greatly, Kim Soo Hyun will make a bigscreen return with Real. Real is an action, noir, thriller film about Jang Tae Young, a solver who takes cares of his business very neatly. But when a documentary writer comes his way, things start spinning out of control.
Jang Tae Yong is a greedy and merciless troubleshooter, who only eyes success. He desires to set up a casino hotel and conquer the city.
Kim Soo Hyun will also be acting in the new variety drama Producer as a rookie PD, contrasting greatly with his role in Real. With a smallscreen and bigscreen comeback on its way, the public awaits to see Kim Soo Hyun′s transformations as he takes up two new challenges.
Real will be directed by Lee Jung Seop and will begin filming in October with the second half of 2016 as the premiere goal.
Actor Kim Soo Hyun will be coming back to big screen with the new movie Real.
The last movie the actor did was Secretly, Greatly in 2013, which received great reviews, breaking the opening day record for Korean films. Now, two years later, his decision to star in Real after careful consideration is already dialing up anticipation for his long-awaited big screen comeback.
Real is an action/thriller film about a talented troubleshooter named Jang Tae Young (Kim Soo Hyun) who manages to solve all requests and commissions that come his way until his life takes a turn after encountering a writer.
Jang Tae Young is a merciless character who is obsessed with success, ultimately wanting to reign supreme over the city after building a casino hotel, and will be a completely different character for Kim Soo Hyun to tackle from any he has done before.
Real is tentatively set for premiere in the latter half of next year, and will begin filming this October.
Meanwhile, Kim Soo Hyun is to show a complete opposite personality in the upcoming drama Producers as a dorky producer intern.
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Thunder has decided to drop the stage name in place of his birth name, Park Sang Hyun, as he pursues a solo career as an actor following his departure from his group.
At the beginning of this month, Park Sang Hyun was confirmed to be making his return through his casting in the upcoming MBC weekend drama “Let the Girl Cry” as the role of a character named Hyun Seo.
In the drama’s storyline, Hyun Seo is Jin Woo’s (played by Song Chang Ui) nephew, a boy who lives with a painful past after losing his father.
Park Sang Hyun has previously displayed his acting abilities through dramas including “Padam Padam” and “Nail Shop Paris.”
Meanwhile, “Let the Girl Cry” is scheduled to begin airing this coming April on MBC.