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In his new film, "The Suspect," actor Gong Yoo will play a NorthKorean spy who was abandoned by his government and defects to the south.The spy, Ji Dong Cheol, spends all of his free time looking for the manwho murdered his wife and child. To earn money, he drives a car forChairman Park, but one day the chairman is attacked. The chairman handsDong Cheol some glasses and dies. Dong Cheol becomes a murder suspectand he must run. On top of looking for the man who killed his family, hemust try to prove his innocence and uncover the secret of the glasses.He does not know that the glasses hold a secret so powerful it couldundermine a nation.
Also starring in the film is Park Hee Soon, who appeared in "AllAbout My Romance." Park will play Min Se Hoon, a South Korean colonelwho chases Dong Cheol.
The actress You Da In plays Choi Gyung Hee, the director of a NorthKorean documentary. You Da In appeared in the 2012 drama "Tasty Life"and was also in the drama "Biscuit Teacher and Star Candy" with GongYoo. Jo Sung Ha plays Kim Seok Ho, a National Intelligence Servicedirector who is involved in the murder case. Jo Sung Ha is currentlyappearing in "Gu Family Book" as Dam Pyeong Joon. He also appeared in"Iris II" as President Ha Seung Jin.
Gong Yoo became a Hallyu star thanks to his role as Choi Han Kyul,the coffee shop owner in "The First Shop of the Coffee Prince." Thecomedy, in which Han Kyul falls for a girl disguised as a boy, was oneof the most watched kdramas in 2007. Gong Yoo also appeared in thecomedy "Big," in which he played a doctor who swaps bodies with astudent. He played the doctor and the 18-year-old student trapped in hisown body.
Gong Yoo previously starred in "Silenced," a film that sparkedlegislative action in Korea. In that film, he played a teacher whouncovered sexual and physical abuse against students in a school for thedeaf. The film was based on a novel, which covered actual events thattook place in the 2000s. The movie provoked such a strong sense ofoutrage that it led to changes in the prosecution of such crimes.
"The Suspect" is scheduled for release in August.
Choi Woo-sik receives Perfect New Actor Award at the 35th Korean arrangement of movie Critics Awards
Choi Woo-sik got here into highlight as a emerging megastar on Chungmuro by capacity of grabbing a trophy back for his role in "Set Me Free".
Choi Woo-sik gained Best possible New Actor Award at the 35th Korean arrangement of movie Critics Awards, which happened in Korea Press Center, Seoul in the afternoon on November 16th.
This is Choi Woo-sik"s 2d award this year after he acquired the Actor of the Year Award at the 19th Busan global Film Festival for his role in "Set Me Free".
Choi Woo-sik acknowledged throughout the acceptance speech, "I"m thankful and delighted to get maintain of such large award for my first leading role. I"d love to thank the director who made it conceivable for me to stand correct here. I"ll take a glance at tougher to turn far better performance, best type of acting".
Movie "Set Me Free" talks about the lifestyles of a 17 year old boy, Yeong-jae, who lives in a intellectual hospital, clear of his irresponsible father. Choi Woo-sik played the leading role, Yeong-jae and received excellent experiences for turning in such acting functionality with the robust screen presence.
Meanwhile, Choi Woo-sik also has been solid for the impending movie to be released next year, "Marital Harmony" along side Lee Seung-gi and Sim Eun-kyeong.
Also, any other movie, "Busan Bound" starring Choi Woo-sik has performed filming and is on standby to be released soon. "Busan Bound" is a blockbuster movie depicting desperate struggle with mutant virus spread over all of the nation.
According to the entertainment industry publication, Variety, the Hollywood studio Warner Bros. is about to finance and distribute its first Korean language film. The film "Secret Agent" is set in the 1930s during the time when Japan controlled Korea. It focuses on resistance fighters known as the Heroic Corps, a group that uses violent means to achieve Korean independence.
The film stars Korean actors Song Kang Ho and Gong Yoo. Song, who achieved international fame with "Snowpiercer," also starred in the films "The Face Reader," "The Attorney" and "The Throne." Gong Yoo is known for both his work in dramas such as "Coffee Prince" and films such as "Silenced" and "The Suspect."
"Secret Agent" will be the fourth film in which director Kim Jee Won and actor Song Kang Ho collaborate. They worked together on "The Quiet Family," "The Foul King" and "The Good, The Bad, The Weird."
Director Kim Jee Won previously directed the films "I Saw The Devil" and the horror film "A Tale of Two Sisters." He also directed an English language film "The Last Stand."
With this production, Warner Bros. became the second Hollywood studio to finance a Korean language film. Fox previously financed "Intimate Enemies" and "Slow Video."
Variety described the Korean film industry as one of the most "vibrant" in the world and said that the nation had the world"s sixth biggest box office territory, putting it ahead of Russia and Germany. Warner Bros will not only finance and distribute the film but also handle the Korean theatrical release.
Production begins in October, with filming locations in both Korea and China.
Financing and distributing the film in the U.S., means that Warner Bros can make a final call on how the film is shown there. That can potentially result in two versions of the films, one for Korea and another for North America. Before the Weinstein Company distributed Bong Joon Ho"s dystopian film "Snowpiercer" in North America, they insisted on some changes. The film in its original version had already earned critical praise. However, 20 minutes of footage was cut from the U.S. release, making it more of an action movie.
The goal, according to the Weinstein Company, was to make sure the film was "understood by audiences in Iowa and Oklahoma." Introductory and closing voiceovers were added.
Whether "Secret Agent" will have both a Korean and North American version is not yet known.
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Korean Singer-Actor has reportedly used partner as Scapegoat when he was charged for driving in the drunk condition and not having a license
On July 6, the Seoul Central District Prosecutor’s Office revealed that singer-actor Kim Eun Oh was arrested and charged for drunk driving, having no license, and making his girlfriend give false testimony.
According to the prosecutor’s office, earlier this year on March 29, Kim Eun Oh was drinking in Gangnam, when he got behind the wheel while intoxicated. When police pulled up behind him and tried to pull him over, he switched switched seats with his girlfriend and had her lie to the police.
Moreover, Kim Eun Oh refused the breathalyzer test three times, and once at the station, made his girlfriend lie once again.
Meanwhile, Kim Eun Oh has been active as both a singer and actor, and released a solo album just last year.
Actor Song Jae Rim will be embarking on his fan meeting tour around Asia.
For the first stop in the tour, the actor will be visiting Japan on June 20. He has already done three successful fan meetings in Japan in the past. Nonetheless, this particular fan meeting will be a unique experience for both the actor and his fans, as Song Jae Rim and his fans will be spending time in an onsen for an overnight event.
After Japan, he will be visiting Taiwan, Shanghai, and Hong Kong to meet and interact with his fans. He has personally contributed numerous ideas to interact directly with the fans during the fan meetings.
Song Jae Rim has most recently appeared in variety show We Got Married along with actress Kim So Eun. He also starred in the recently-completed drama, Unkind Women.
It"s day four of the Kdramastars awards and "Producer," starring Gong Hyo Jin, Kim Soo Hyun, Cha Tae Hyun and IU, remains in the lead with a healthy 32.86 percent of the vote. Not much has changed in that category and "Girl Who Sees Smells," Starring Park Yoo Chun and Shin Se Kyung, remains in second place.
Third and fourth place winners have switched places. "Pinocchio," starring Lee Jong Suk and Park Shin Hye, gained five points to reach third place, while "Healer," starring Ji Chang Wook and Park Min Young, lost a few points and is in fourth place.
"Spy," starring Kim Jae Joong and Go Sung Hee" holds fifth place but with a few less votes.
In the Best Actor category, Kim Soo Hyun held first place with his percentage rising a few points for an even better lead. Park Yoo Chun is still in second place but his percentage is also higher.
Lee Jong Suk edged past Kim Jae Joong, gaining three points, while the latter dropped eight points. Ji Chang Wook holds fifth place with 7.75 percent of the vote. One noteworthy development is that Yeo Jin Goo, star of "Orange Marmalade," has risen to sixth place with 2.24 percent of the vote.
The first two positions in Best Actress were also secure. Song Ji Hyo," last seen in "Ex Girlfriends Club," rose five points to 35.69 percent for a significant lead over the usual fan favorite Park Shin Hye. Park now only has 22.76 percent of the vote.
IU and Park Min Young swapped places, with IU coming in third. Park Min Young is down five points.
Popular actress Gong Hyo Jin, who previously did not make it into the top five, is now in fifth place with 6.44 percent of the vote. She replaced Shin Se Kyung, who remains close behind at 6.32 percent.
The Best Couple category mostly stayed the same with Park Yoo Chun and Shin Se Kyung taking first place with 27.09 percent of the vote. But Park Shin Hye and Lee Jong Suk are gaining on them and now have 19.39 percent.
IU and Kim Soo Hyun were up a few points, although this week"d final episodes of "Producer" may not be as optimistic about their potential relationship. Park Min Young and Ji Chang Wook were in third place with 12.64 percent while the "Hyde, Jekyll and I" couple Han Ji Min and Hyun Bin reached 5.44 percent.
The "Spy" couple Go Sung Hee and Kim Jae Joong is close behind at 4.66 percent.
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Kim Soo Hyun and Gong Hyo Jin appeared to have been voted for the title of most likable Male and Female Drama Leads in korean movies
Kim Soo Hyun and Gong Hyo Jin have been voted as the most well-liked actors in a recent study by KOBACO (Korea Broadcast Advertising Coporation) after looking into the PEI (Program Engagement Index).
The results of this study, which focused on 3,655 male and female regular drama viewers between the ages of 13 and 59, were revealed on May 21.
Actor Kim Soo Hyun recorded 33.6% of the total votes, followed by Ji Sung (27.0%), and Cha Seung Won (24.9%). On the other hand, actress Gong Hyo Jin recorded 34.8% of the total votes, followed by Ha Ji Won (31.8%), and Lee Bo Young (24.2%).
A representative of KOBACO shared, “We are looking forward to the rising trend of KBS’ ‘Producer,’ starring Kim Soo Hyun and Gong Hyo Jin, the most supported actors by both men and women.”
Furthermore, the best drama couple chosen by viewers are the main leads of “Man from the Stars,” Kim Soo Hyun and Jun Ji Hyun (12.5%), followed by Ji Sung and Hwang Jung Eum of “Kill Me, Heal Me” and “Secret Love” (10.1%), as well as So Ji Sub and Gong Hyo Jin of “Master’s Sun” in third place (7.6%).
While countless stars have appeared on “Running Man” as guests, some just pop up by coincidence, like actors Gong Yoo, Ma Dong Suk, and Jung Yoo Mi.
On the episode of SBS’s “Running Man” aired on April 19, Gong Yoo, Ma Dong Suk, and Jung Yoo Mi make a surprise appearance during their filming for the movie “To Busan.”
While the “Running Man” crew solve missions as usual, they spot the actors by total coincidence. Surprisingly delighted at the unexpected meeting, they greet each other fondly. Gong Yoo explains that they are in the middle of filming a movie.
Soon afterwards, Ji Suk Jin asks Ma Dong Suk, “Please visit ‘Running Man’ one day and squash Kim Jong Gook.”
When Yoo Jae Suk references Gong Yoo’s previous movie “Secret Reunion” when joking that the two are part of a secret union, the actor laughs while saying, “You can just walk out of here and leave.”
Meanwhile, on this epsidoe of “Running Man,” Jang Soo Won, Gang Gyun Sung, Son Ho Joon, Hong Jong Hyun, and Yoo Byung Jae appear as guests to explore hot and trendy locations.
You can catch this episode of Running Man below:
Gong Yoo to Star in Zombie Flick To Busan
Gong"s strength is his ability to deeply emote his roles and very subtly convey what his characters feel in immersive and engaging ways. Be it a simple look in his eyes or body language, he creates characters that are easy to sympathize with and enjoyable to watch. "The Crucible" is definitely the highlight of his acting so far and with zombie film "Busan Bound" and the more understated "A Man and A Woman" approaching, it seems Gong is determined to expand his repertoire.
At this point, Gong Yoo stands at an odd place as an artist. He still carries his heartthrob image and is considered a known Hallyu presence, but he is also no longer as big an "it" person in television. At the same time, his more recent movie choices have opened the way to a more solid cinema presence, but one which has just begun. What is certain is that he delivers and will hopefully choose the projects to mature him as an actor.
Written by: Orion from "Orion"s Ramblings"
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