Kim Ha-neul says "Road No. 1" once-in-a-decade drama 2010/06/21, Source, Kim Ha-neul poses during a photo session of a press conference for MBC TV series "Road No. 1" held at Sangmyung University in Seoul, South Korea on June 18, 2010. [Chae Ki-won/10Asia]
The prospect of having to wear shabby clothes and a grubby face in upcoming war drama "Road No. 1" did little to daunt actress Kim Ha-neul who thinks its script is one that comes along "once-in-a-decade".
The 32-year-old actress made the remark during a press conference held at Sangmyung University in Seoul on Friday as she responded to reporters' questions about how she decided to take on a role in the 20-part TV series set in times of the Korean War,...More
MBC will start airing the highly anticipated drama "Road No.1" this month and hopefully renew hope, love and sacrifice in the hearts of the viewers while commemorat,...More
Park Shin-hye's Song Picks 2010/06/14, Source, Park Shin-hye [Chae Ki-won/10Asia]
It is though the small screen that viewers have watched Park Shin-hye grow up. The little girl who first drew people's attention with her innocent expressions on the music videos of Lee Seung-hwan's "Are You in Love" and "Flower" in 2003, soon caught on the radar of famed TV directors such as Lee Jang-soo and Hwang In-roi. She did not have much acting experience nor did she undergo training, but she left a strong impression with her role as the younger version of actress Choi Ji-woo's character in SBS TV series "Stairway to Heaven" which earned her the reputation as a promising teen actress. She then took on roles with more weight in her succeeding productions but failed to fall under the pressure and rather showed steady development,...More
So Ji-sub transforms in "Road No. 1" , says producer (1) 2010/05/13, Source,
From left, producer Kim Jin-min-I, actors Yoon Kye-sang, Kim Ha-neul and So Ji-sub, and producer Lee Jang-soo pose during a photo session of a press conference for upcoming MBC TV series "Road No. 1" held at the drama's set in the Chungcheong Province of South Korea on May 12, 2010. [MBC]
MBC TV series "Road No. 1" which is set to premiere June 23, has set out on a road which no other show has taken before. It is a full-fledged 20-episode war drama being produced in time with the 60th anniversary of the Korean War and went into shoot with the goal of completing production of the entire show before going on air, a decision made while in its planning stages from three years ago. The two actually do not go separately. It is a blockbuster aiming for good quality, and hence, decided to complete production in advance to avoid facing time constraints. But every new road taken is unfamiliar and difficult to take. That is why more than ever, we become more curious about the intentions and direction the producers want to take with the show. Below are excerpts from a press conference held at the drama's set in the Chungcheong Province where the show's producers Lee Jang-soo and Kim Jin-min-I sat down to talk about the process of making the show and walking a path never taken before,...More
Convergence of movie and TV drama continues to evolve 2009/11/05, Source, Simultaneous production of drama and its theatrical version increases efficiency
Generalization of digital shooting breaks down barriers of human resources & technology
Respect of different ways of producing broadcast programs and movies brings higher efficiency
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i would like to thank you for putting in
your effort into makingthe movie
STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN..i must say it was
really creative...i couln`t stop
crying..golly gossh..i love thaat movie
LOVE STORY IN HARVARD as
well..congratulations buddy..and i will
we often compliment the stars in
K-dramas but the
being overlooked, i think without these
excellent group we wouldn't have
the enjoyment we get from the dramas we
watch so Mr Lee Jang Soo you're
great! I lov
I've watched Trees in Heaven,Love
Story in Harvard...I don't choose
to watch Stairway to Heaven because the
main actress died...Heaven's Tree
also got a sad ending.It's my
friends who asked me to watch..Without
knowing it has sad endin
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