'Spy', 'Covertness' offer different takes on espionage 2012/09/20, Source, "Spy" centers on down-to-earth protagonist Kim, who is more concerned with surging food and housing prices than operations, while "In Berlin" features cold-minded professional secret agents. Provided by CJ E&M and Lotte Entertainment
Spy movies hold special appeal for Koreans, who still regularly hear news reports about secret agents from North Korea. More than 60 years after the peninsula was divided, however, some Korean espionage films are no longer featuring conventional spy heroes with suave personas. Rather, there are characters like the North Korean agent in "Spy" who is more concerned with soaring food and housing prices than his next secret mission. Director Woo Min-ho had an epiphany when the cost of skyrocketing rent hit him hard after he finished his debut feature, "Man of Vendetta"(2010),...More
You are good actior for sure. But, I
don't think you are sexy. I
don't know why you are in sexy
movies. You are good in Shiri.
Han Seok-Kyu You did an amazing job in
Christmas in August and Shiri. You are a
great actor. Keep it up, you acted the
part perfectly in Christmas in August. I
wish the movie could of had your
character marry the character Darim, and
you 2 live long lives
me too! his goofy mullet in "No. 3" did it for me. he's strangely attractive there, in a weird mix of bon jovi + mickey rourke. i mean i adore min-sik choi, kang-ho song, & kyeung-gu sol for their craft, but boy han has sex appeal:PP
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