Brian Joins Star-Studded Cast Of New Broadway-Style Musical 2012/09/20, Source,
Former Fly To The Sky singer Brian Joo will be joining quite the impressive lineup of award-winning musical actors for a new US-produced Broadway-style musical titled "Loving The Silent Tears". The musical will be a one-time showing, taking place on October 27th at the Shrine Auditorium in Los Angeles. Brian debuted as half of Fly To The Sky with Hwan-hee at the age of 17. They became a hit duo with their signature ballads. He's debuted as a solo artist since, receiving love from not only his domestic fans, but also international fans. He's even broken into the musical realm, having taken part in the Korean production of "Rent" in 2011,...More
Asian Film Market and PPP Results 2007/10/16, Source, The Asian Film Market was again bustling in its second year although buyers tended to window-shop and take notes for later. A number of Korean films were picked up mainly for TV/DVD rights. Korean sales agent Cineclick Asia sealed a number of deals, selling all rights to,...More
Korean Films Shine at PIFF 2007/10/16, Source, The twelfth annual Pusan International Film Festival was a bountiful showcase for Korean films. Joining the international competition were many types of Korean films, including: big budget, independent, experimental, documentary, short, and re-mastered classics. The struggling Korean film industry s,...More
"Assembly" is the latest film from Feng, who gained nation-wide fame in China after making such films as "The Banquet", "A World Without Thieves", and,...More
2007 PIFF goes 'Beyond Frame' 2007/10/03, Source, The 12th Pusan International Film Festival will kick off tomorrow in the southeastern port city, featuring 274 films from 64 countries with its focus placed on rediscovering and promoting Asian cinema.
"PIFF is widely regarded as Asia's most important film festival, and I personally feel the impa,...More
This year's PIFF to feature record 274 films 2007/09/13, Source, The 12th Busan International Film Festival will kick off on Oct. 4, featuring a record 274 films from 64 countries, along with gala events in the southeastern port city that is now solidifying its position as the hub of Asian cinema.
"This year, PIFF will focus on helping Asian films play a bigge,...More
PIFF's Promising Line-up Sets Records 2007/09/04, Source, The Pusan International Film Festival (PIFF) will continue its progress with 275 films and a record number of 193 premieres and the inauguration of new programs. PIFF's flagship New Currents competition boasts a complete selection of eleven world and international premieres. The 12th edition of Asia,...More
Korean American news anchor Lee Ann Kim may be used to doing stories about crime and politics in San Diego, Calif., but in Seoul, she is the story.
The local media in Korea are always interested in "success stories" about Koreans that have made it big in,...More
Korean Stars in Hollywood 2007/01/16, Source, As Hollywood remakes of Korean films gained attention in 2006, the year 2007 is gearing up to showcase the growing visibility of Korean acting talent in American productions. Most notably, actor Park Joong-hoon (",...More
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