Netizens Talk about Sohee Joining Lee Byung Hun In Latest  Movie Project

Netizens Talk about Sohee Joining Lee Byung Hun In Latest Movie Project

Share on FacebookShare on TwitterAfter hearing news that former Wonder Girls member Sohee was in talks for Lee Byung Huns new film, netizens expressed mixed reactions. 

While some praised the Key East Entertainment actress for proceeding to take supporting roles sooner than jumping into a leading role, others still noted that her presence in any filmmay detract from the focal point of the film. Overall, however, netizens look like supporting Sohee in her newestprofession ventures.

Find out what Netizens had to mention about this text below!

Koreaboo has amassed reactions from Netizens who commented at thenormal article from our Korean source. The under comments are the preferred comments at the time of this article being published.

603, 95 No less than she doesnt crossimmediately for the lead role like others and is going for facet roles

338, 77 I can beready to already tell the videos going to suck

244, 76 Seems like shes looking to go in conjunction with Lee Byung Hun. Yet unless its a myth or mystery genre she feels too other from other actors

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Bong Joon-ho's latest 'Okja', 'It's now not a monster movie'

Bong Joon-ho's latest 'Okja', 'It's now not a monster movie'

Director Bong Joon-ho"s newest film "Okja" is expounded to be a movie about a monster, yet he says it"s not.

The director announced that the motion picture is set an animal named Okja and its friendship with a rustic girl.

"The movie isn"t about a monster at all. It"s about an animal that"s gigantic but gentle".

"I think the arena which thinks the movie is about monsters, is more of a monster. I sought after to specific the animal and girl"s adventure in an artistic way".

He also discussed that Netflix and B Entertainment are co-producers and investors of the movie.

"I wanted investments for the movie and Netflix equipped me with production prices value more than "Snowpiercer" and the liberty to transform creative".

"As a manufacturer this is a smart opportunity. I also need Plan B"s formidable power to be combined into "Okja"".

Netflix is America"s best VOD streaming provider which announced its unlock in Korea next year.

Netflix has also been making an investment in new and ingenious videos like "Beast of No Nation" and Brad Pitt"s "War Machine" unlike other main studios.

The corporate also self-produced Kevin Spacey"s "House of Cards" and released the entire season immediately and brought about an uproar in the drama market.

Plan B Entertainment as co-produced "The Departed", "Tree Of Life", "Selma" and Academy Award winners "12 Years A Slave", "World War Z" and "Kick Ass".

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Lee Byung Hun addresses the public with an apology earlier than press 
convention for his 
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movie

Lee Byung Hun addresses the public with an apology earlier than press convention for his latest movie

Lee Byung Hun addresses the public with an apology earlier than press convention for his latest movie

Actor Lee Byung Hun had his first legit agenda in Korea after his controversy surrounding himself, GLAM"s Dahee, and style Lee Ji Yeon closing year.

He had express regretd to the public a couple of months across when he got here back to Korea after wrapping up his agendas in the U.S., yet he once back conveyed his remorseful center at the click convention for his new movie.

Before the development legitly started for his movie "Memories of the Sword" at Lotte Cinemas on July 24, he stepped up to say sorry.

Lee Byung Hun started via announcing, "I would like to express regret to each person. Even as i used to be movieing in the U.S., I worried daily wondering "what must I say" to you all here."

He persevered, "It"s my obligation to express regret to the numerous team of workers and passioned parties who have worked in this movie. It"s also my obligation to deal with any grievance. I most effective hope that their efforts will no longer cross unno longericed resulting from me."

" the explanation why i used to be ready to reside as actor Lee Byung Hun be got here once on account of the passion I won from all of you. As i used to be spending time repenting after bringing you giant  sadness, i used to be ready to feel down to my bones the significance and preciousness of that."

He concluded, "I know really neatly that several apologies or then back much time will never make up for the massive sadness. i will at all times have an apologetic center and won"t omit. i will do my easiest to take a look at to make up for the pain and  sadness that I have given to many of us. I express regret once back and thank you."

What do you call to mind his apology?

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EXO’s Tao Is Charismatic in Latest Still from His Chinese Movie

EXO’s Tao Is Charismatic in Latest Still from His Chinese Movie

A teaser image of EXOTao from his upcoming Chinese Movie You Are My Sunshine was released.

The movie released the image through its official Weibo account. In the picture, Tao can be seen intensely staring at something outside of the frame with a serious expression on his face. In the background, the movies two leading stars Huang Xiaoming and Yang Mi seem to be enjoying a meal together.

In the movie, Tao will portray the younger version of Huang Xioamings character. This will be his official film debut.

The movie is based on the novel of the same name. It tells the story of two lovers who broke up because of a misunderstanding and meets seven years later.

You Are My Sunshine will open in Chinese theaters on May 1.

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Hallyu star Song Seung Heon to meet fans in Singapore with latest movie ‘Obsessed’

Hallyu star Song Seung Heon to meet fans in Singapore with latest movie ‘Obsessed’

Back with latest work Obsessed, top hallyu star Song Seung Heon will be in Singapore from 24th to 26th July to promote his new movie! This is Song Seung-Heons 9th feature film in his career and is also his first erotic movie in his 17 years of acting career.

Obsessed first premiered in South Korea on 15th May 2014, topping Koreas box office immediately, once again proving Song Seung Heons acting skills and never fading popularity. The movie was set in 1969 at the end of the Vietnam War, with a storyline of a high ranking officer who becomes obsessively in love with a married woman.

Already looking forward to watch the movie? Good news is, not only will fans be able to watch the movie at local Golden Village cinema, but also in for a MEET AND GREET session at Song Seung Heons gala premiere on 25th July.

For more information on ticketing and gala premiere details, please visit : http://www.gv.com.sg/promodetails/gv_promotions_8746.jsp

In the meanwhile, check out the teaser below!

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Lee Byung Hun’s Q&A session at the premiere of his latest movie Masquerade in Los Angeles

Lee Byung Hun’s Q&A session at the premiere of his latest movie Masquerade in Los Angeles

QA with Lee Byung Hun at the ‘Masquerade’ Los Angeles premiere

On September 14th, actor Lee Byung Hun walked the red carpet for Film Independent at LACMA‘s ‘Masquerade’ film screening which was hosted at the Los Angeles County Museum of the Arts (LACMA).

Lee (remarkably low-key in an elegant understated charcoal-grey suit teamed with a crisp white dress shirt) did not disappoint fans when he strolled out at the special event – a premiere of his new movie “Masquerade” (Korean title: ‘Gwang Hae: The Man Who Became King‘) - sponsored by the New York Times and Film Independent at LACMA.

At the QA session with American film critic Elvis Mitchell after the screening, Lee Byung Hun talked about his acting career and showed off his fluency in English.

QA with Lee Byung Hun at the ‘Masquerade’ Los Angeles premiere

QA with Lee Byung Hun

Regarding ‘Masquerade’

Q: Many of your overseas fans will be watching ‘Masquerade’. What kind of message do you wish for them to receive from the film?

A: This movie is about the historical figure King Gwang Hae with an added element of fantasy. It questions what type of leader people really want. While it is a serious topic, the movie has a comic touch that makes the film very enjoyable. As for the overseas fans, I think it is a great opportunity for them to see and experience some of Korea’s old customs and traditions.

Q: ‘Masquerade’ was your first historical film. Were you offered other historical film roles before?

A: There were a few dramas and movies but I didn’t like the stories so I rejected them.

Q: What was the first thing you thought when you read the script for ‘Masquerade’?

A: As you saw, it has a serious subject but it goes with a lot of humor and comic scenes. I thought that was really smart. That’s why I chose this role.

Q: What did you think of ‘Masquerade’ when you first saw it?

A: Actually I was worried about the comic scenes. I like the comic scenes but I worried because they could be risky. There are a lot of slapsticks. I wanted to make the movie a little more sophisticated but if there are too many of those kinds of scenes, it’s risky. When I first saw it I thought… it was okay [laughs].

Q: You’ve never played two characters within a film before. Did you feel like it was a challenge playing two different characters? Which was more fun to play?

A: It was a challenge but the real historical king had two different reputations. Some people said he was a really bad king and others said that he did a great job following the queen and had great command. So I decided to divide his two characters into two different people, the real king and the fake king. Of course, I liked playing the fake king.

QA with Lee Byung Hun at the ‘Masquerade’ Los Angeles premiere

The Beginnings of His Acting Career

Q: Tell me about what movie you saw as a child that made you want to be in the movies?

A: When I was a child I watched ‘Cinema Paradiso‘ and it influenced me a lot. When I watched it, I thought that I really wanted to be a part of the film industry. But I didn’t think about being an actor.

Q: But you decided to be an actor anyways. What made you want to go into acting?

A: My mom’s friend pushed me to be an actor. That’s why I became an actor. I started not thinking that it would be my real job. I thought it would just be an experience. As time went by, I realized that this was a very attractive job.

Q: When you did your first TV show, you said you got some interesting advice. What were you told?

A: When I was 21 years old, I had my first TV drama and the director told me to retire after the show. He wanted me to announce that and I did, everyday. But I couldn’t retire. Later I met him accidentally and he asked me, “Are you still doing this?“.

Previous Works

Q: I first saw you in ‘Joint Security Area’ and it was a very confident performance, you seemed at home in that movie. Tells us about what you were doing when you received the script.

A: I received the script while I was in the army. I read it so well and I decided to do it while I was in the army. I started shooting right after coming out of the army. So it was easy for me to do.

Q: One of my favorite characters of yours is your character in ‘The Good, the Bad, the Weird’. Your character is really happy and takes advantage of everybody. How did you figure out how to play the role?

A: I had to make the character with my director Kim Ji Woon. The first time I read the script, I didn’t understand the character so I needed to discuss about the character and develop him little by little. That was the funnest part.

Q: You look like you’re having a lot of fun on camera. You like playing roles that have a bad side huh?

A: Yea it’s really fun. That was my first time trying to be a bad guy. After that I only played bad guys like in ‘G.I. Joe‘.

Q: You’ve worked with director Kim Ji Woon three times. What was it like when you first met him for ‘A Bittersweet Life’?

A: When I first met him, he hadn’t written the script yet and he just talked about the story for two hours. And I just decided to take the role before the script was written. He wrote it in four days.

Q: That character doesn’t talk a lot. But the character reacts when things happen and I wondered if you liked that character for that reason. He doesn’t speak a lot but he moves very fast. In ‘Masquerade’ the king doesn’t speak a lot but the fake king does.

A: Yes.

Q: In your last collaboration with director Kim Ji Woon, ‘I Saw the Devil’. Was that a hard character to play?

A: It’s a really dark movie so I needed to be in that mood from the beginning to the end. So it was hard mentally.

Q: How did you get to start working with director Kim Ji Woon on ‘I Saw the Devil’?

A: At the time, he gave me the script and I really liked it. But I didn’t expect the movie to come out so dark. I liked the script but I was shocked about the film. I regret it a little bit.

Q: What were the reactions to the film in Korea?

A: Some people really liked it and some people really hated it. Actually, it was rejected twice due to censors. It was too cruel and violent. It was almost x-rated.

‘Masquerade’ is a lush historical drama set in the opulent Palace of Korea’s ancient Joseon Dynasty which traces the political intrigues that ensue when King Gwanghae (played by Lee Byung Hun) hires a body double to prevent a rumored assassination attempt.

The movie scheduled to be opened in select theaters across North America on Friday, September 21, 2012.

For more information on location and availablity, please visit the Masquerade 2012 website.

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Lee Byung Hun Receives A celebrity Award at the 2016 Long island Asian Movie Festival

Lee Byung Hun Receives A celebrity Award at the 2016 Long island Asian Movie Festival

Lee Byung Hun Receives Star Award at 2016 New York Asian Film Festival, July 5, 2016(Photo : Lai Frances)Lee Byung Hun Receives Star Award at 2016 New York Asian Film Festival, July 5, 2016(Photo : Lai Frances)Lee Byung Hun Receives Star Award at 2016 New York Asian Film Festival, July 5, 2016(Photo : Lai Frances)It was once a hugeevening for Korean actor Lee Byung Hun on Tuesday, Jul. 5, 2016 at the Walter Reade Theater in New York City's Theater.

Celebrating the 2016 New York Asian Film Festival the mythical actor turned into awarded a celeb Award from the Director of the Asian Film Festival for his remarkablefunctionality in this year's entry, Inside Men.

AdvertisementLee Byung Hun Receives Star Award at 2016 New York Asian Film Festival, July 5, 2016 (Photo : Lai Frances)

Upon receiving the award, Lee thanked his staff, NYAFF, fans, and his loved wife Lee Min Jung who also popped up for a brief appearance on stage.

Shortly after his speech, the actor held a short QA speaking about the film, his acting philosophies and long run projects comparable to Magnificent Seven with American actors Chris Pratt and Ethan Hawke.

When it got here to answering whether he would stick withthe yankee or Korean film industry, Lee discussed he does not care where he will land yethe willat all times feel pleased withoperating in the Korean entertainment industry.

"I was born and raised in Korea," Lee started. "When I am filming a Korean movie, I will do my best possible and I can feel any sense in the script. Acting in The united statesis more or lessotheras a result of the language and culture difference."

After getting praised by way of answering all of the questions in English, the actor joked that he was the use ofthe whole English he knew for the QA session.

The QA consultation then ended with a temporary photo op on degree and the advent to his Inside Men.

According to the clicking release, Hong Kong's Miriam Yeung and Philippines' John Lloyd Cruz were also awarded the Star Award for their own respective films.

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Claudia Kim Showed To Famous person In Stephen King-Inspired Hollywood Movie “The Dark Tower”

Claudia Kim Showed To Famous person In Stephen King-Inspired Hollywood Movie “The Dark Tower”

Claudia Kim Showed To Big name In Stephen King-Inspired Hollywood Movie The Dark Towerkminjungee July 15, 2016 0 Claudia Kim Confirmed To Star In Stephen King-Inspired Hollywood Film The Dark Tower After a couple of reports of Claudia Kim being casted in a new blockbuster film primarily based off a chain of Stephen King novels, a source from her firm ECHO Global Staffin any case confirmed the within track on July 15.

They state that she might beacting in the film along Hollywood stars Matthew McConaughey and Idris Elba, and may existgambling the role of Arra Champignon. Her role is supposedly probably the mostmeaningfulfeminine characters.

This fable film, The Dark Tower, is ready Roland, the final existing gunslinger of sorts, and his tumultuous plan to discover the dark tower that would save his decaying world.

A more detailed description of either Claudia Kims role and the plot will reportedly soon be revealed.

Meanwhile filming for the film beganin the beginning of this year, and it's far planned to premiere on February 17, 2017.

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Jeong Yu-mi "'Train to Busan' a advertisement movie with cash spent properly. No redundant parts"

Jeong Yu-mi acknowledged she was once getting keen on what the target audience reaction would be to "Train to Busan".

Jeong Yu-mi printed her affection with the film when having an interview with Newsen at a caf in Samcheong-dong, Jongro-gu, Seoul.

Jeong Yu-mi said, "When speaking somegood fortune of a movie, independence videos have their own stocks of audience and advertisementmotion pictures are produced for majority of other people to watch. I'm going to existon the wholeglad more individuals will come and watch my movie" and "I used to pay attention on acting my role primarily. Did not care about achievement much. Also I assumedit isn't the phase I may do anything about. But, I am curious about the audience reaction about "Train to Busan" this time".

And Jeong Yu-mi revealed her self assurance about the motion picture saying, ""Train to Busan" is a film that spent cash properly. It is a movie without any redundant parts" and "I trust I contributed to the merit".

The blockbuster movie "Train to Busan" is opening soon on July 20th.

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Gong Yoo Describes The Struggles Of Battling Zombies For New Movie “Train To Busan”

Gong Yoo Describes The Struggles Of Battling Zombies For New Movie “Train To Busan”

Gong Yoo Describes The Struggles Of Scuffling with Zombies For New MovieEducate To Busanleonid July 12, 2016 0 Gong Yoo Describes The Struggles Of Fighting Zombies For New Film Train To Busan Actor Gong Yoo mentioned the demanding situations in filming an action film alongside zombies.

On July 12, Train to Busan held a press convention with solid members, adding Gong Yoo, Jung Yoo Mi, Ahn So Hee, Ma Dong Seok, Choi Woo Shik, Kim Eui Sung, and Kim Soo Ahn.

During the event, Gong Yoo shared, I assumed zombie and action motion pictures were a work of cake, yet 1 struggled.

The actor said, Ive filmed realistic action films sooner than so I concept they were doable, but fighting with the zombies was onceincredibly complicated.

He explained, Despite the truth that I attempt tofit their movements, their bodies are at all times convulsing and their palms twisted, so when they attack its hard to take it from the receiving end. Its also tricky to figure out where to hit them during combat scenes because zombies are constantly moving.

Set to premiere on July 20, Train to Busan is a film about the fight to survival of passengers on a train to Busan when a crisis hits Korea.

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