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[Real Men] F(X)'s Amber Completely Fell In Love With "honey Voice" Instructor, "his Cold Eyes Is So Enchanted"
Amber says during the interview afterwards, “The drill instructor’s eyes are so pretty. I like strong guys who look cute when they smile.” She then makes a surprise confession, saying, “The ‘Honey Voice’ drill instructor is actually quite close to my ideal type.”
When it’s all said and done and when all truths were finally revealed, Jang Tae San didn’t simply settle into a family life with Seo In Hye and Seo Soo Jin. He knew he had a long way to go before he could be a family man, a father, and even a potential husband. He didn’t jump the gun and bite off more than he could chew. After all, it had only been two weeks since he even knew he was a father… Instead, Jang Tae San created happy memories for Seo Soo Jin, came to a mutual understanding and respect with Seo In Hye, and created new goals and ambitions for himself. There was a lot of maturity in his thought to become a better man with a stable career and a lifestyle that would suit caring for such a young, bright girl like his daughter. He wanted to ensure that he would not disappoint his family and so he chose to, temporarily, walk away in order to self improve and find his worth. The day he finds what he’s looking for is the day in which he finds his place in the world – beside Seo In Hye and Seo Soo Jin.
A man who knows what he needs to do and sets out to do is is not only commendable, but crush worthy. With these reasons, I felt that Jang Tae San is not only a great Man Crush Monday choice, but also the perfect fit to start off 2015. The beginning of the year is a time for resolutions, a time to self improve and work on the weaker aspects in us. It’s a time to cherish loved ones and family and to remember what’s important in life. With Jang Tae San setting a positive example and offering a source of motivation, I hope 2015 will be a great year for all Soompiers.
But enough about what I think of Jang Tae San. What did you think? Was he worthy enough to make it onto our Man Crush Monday list? Who would you like to see next? Don’t forget next week is our monthly Mystery Reveal, so make sure to get those nominations in!
“Angel Eyes”: Lee Sang Yoon Acts Cold To Go Hye Sun
While drinking, the two shared thoughts with each other and Soo Wan revealed her feelings about her first love. Dong Joo asked Soo Wan why she risked her life to save a mother and a child in a car accident. Soo Wan replied, “It is to show someone, someone I am very thankful of but someone I hate to death. Someone I really miss, I miss so much. I wanted to show him…” Dong Joo then asked, “Where is that someone now?” Soo Wan answered, “I don’t know where had gone now and I don’t even know if he was really there in the first place.”
Dong Joon seemed overwhelmed yet sad about what she had said. When Soo Wan fell asleep, Dong Joon was all teared up and whispered, “My first love who makes me tear up just by the name, Yoon Soo Wan….”
During the one-day whirlwind promotional tour in Singapore on August 30, the cast and director of the action thriller Cold Eyes not only met with members of the press, but they also attended a Meet-and-Greet session at Jurong Point shopping mall and graced the red carpet and gala premiere at Marina Bay Sands all happening on the same day! Lead actor and actress Jung Woo Sung and Han Hyo Joo together with director Cho Ui Seok arrived the night before while 2PMs Lee Junho, who flew directly from Japan, touched down in Singapore mere hours before the press conference in the afternoon.
Cold Eyes is the remake of 2007 Hong Kong film Eye In The Sky, which tells the story of a group of detectives from the surveillance team of a special crime unit who work together to take down a bank robbing organization. Cold Eyes was one of the hottest movie in Korea this summer, topping the domestic box office chart in its first week of release when it opened on July 3 and has since collected more than US$36 million in South Korea to date. The film has also been selected for the upcoming Toronto Film Festival in Canada taking place this month, which will be attended by the cast and director as well.
[ Spotlight] "cold Eyes" Cast At Movie's First International Gala Premiere In Singapore
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'cold Eyes' Hits 5-Million Mark In Cinema Attendance
'cold Eyes' Invited To Toronto Int'l Film Fest
"Cold Eyes" has been invited to the Gala Presentations of this year's Toronto International Film Festival. The film fest, the largest of its kind in North America, will take place for 10 days from Sept. 5, drawing many moviegoers and industry figures from around the world.
Other films to be presented in the same section include "American Dreams in China" directed by Peter Chan, Ron Howard's "Rush", "The Art of the Steal" directed by Don Argott, and John Wells' "August: Osage County" starring Meryl Streep, Julia Roberts and Ewan McGregor.
"Cold Eyes" is the third Korean film to be invited to the film fest's main section, followed by "The Good, the Bad, the Weird" in 2008 and "The Housemaid - 2010" in 2010.
Cold Eyes selected to show at the Toronto International Film Festival2PM's Junhowowed fans in Korea with his performance in the crime thriller Cold Eyes, and now the film is headed overseas to the Toronto International Film Festival.
Also starring Sol Kyung-gu, Jung Woo Sung, and Han Hyo Joo, Cold Eyesfollows the story of a highly specialized police surveillance team as they try to take down a group of criminals.
The film opened in theaters across South Korea on July 3 and was met with critical acclaim and has attracted more than four million viewers, making it the fourth most-watched Korean film this year.
'cold Eyes' Still Sweeping Box Office
"Cold Eyes" has hit the 4-million mark in cinema attendance since its release on July 3. According to box office data released by the Korean Film Council on Saturday, the film sold 135,783 tickets on Friday alone to attract a total of 4.13 million viewers.
It became the fifth Korean film this year to draw more than 4 million moviegoers after "Miracle in Cell No.7", "The Berlin File", "New World" and "Secretly and Greatly".
Amid strong competition from "Mr. Go", which was released last Wednesday, and Hollywood blockbusters such as "Pacific Rim" and "World War Z" --the latter recently drew over 5 million viewers, "Cold Eyes" remains popular even on weekdays.
'cold Eyes' Smashes 2-Million Mark In First Week
The film has dominated the local box office since its release on July 3, beating Hollywood blockbuster "World War Z". It received much attention for its star-studded cast, including Seol Kyeong-gu, Jeong Woo-seong and Han Hyo-joo. As Jeong plays a villain for the first time in his career, it drew even more attention from fans. The movie revolves around a group of detectives who track down high-profile criminals.
"World War Z" drew 74,181 moviegoers on Tuesday to rank second at the box office, followed by the Korean thriller "Killer Toon" with 32,812 tickets sold.