< Happy End > was his debut feature film, but it was more than enough to gain him huge acclaim from critics as well as the audience. The film screened in the Critics Week section of the 53rd Cannes Film Festival, was a strong box office hit with 1.14 million tickets sold. JEONG had also previously been recognized for his short films such as < Sa-ro > and < A Bit Bitter >, with < A Bit Bitter > winning the three prizes including Best Director in the 3rd Seoul Short Film Festival.
Unknown Starlet Gets Big Break as Korean Lolita 2012/04/21, Source,
The novel "Eun-gyo" by Park Bum-shin revolves around an affair between a poet in his 70s and a 17-year-old high school girl. It sparked heated debate as soon as it began to appear in serialized form on Park's personal blog, and now attention is focusing on the young actress who plays the female lead role in director Jeong Ji-woo's film adaptation. The movie, "A Muse", is scheduled to be released on April 26.
In fact, the role has already catapulted 21-year-old Kim Go-eun-I from obscurity to the center of much media buzz concerning whether she will be able to rise to the challenge,...More
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