Son created a sensation with his debut feature, < The Man Who Saw Too Much > at the Puchon International Fantastic Film Festival in 2000. He followed up this achievement by writing the screenplay for < Fun Movie > in 2002, which was Korea's very first parody film.
New SF "Skyline" wins No. 1 on Korean box office 2010/11/28, Source,
U.S. film "Skyline" [Korea Screen]
"Skyline", the new Sci-fi flick from the United States, claimed the No.1 spot on Korea's box office chart between November 26 to 28, according to data released by the official Korean Box Office Information System (KOBIS) on Monday.
The story of alien invasion directed by Brother Strause, and starring Eric Balfour, Scottie Thompson and Donald Faison which opened in theaters on November 25, attracted,...More
[PREVIEW] Film "Villain and Widow" 2010/11/24, Source,
Film "Villain and Widow" [Sidus FHN]
There is something fishy about Chang-in (Han Seok-Kyu), a guy who rents a room in a two-story house occupied only by a mother and a daughter. Although he introduced himself as a writer he is definitely up to something given how he snoops around the house whenever he can -- as if looking for something in particular. But mistress of the house Yeon-joo (Kim Hye-soo) who is suffering from depression and insomnia at the same time and her rebellious teenage daughter Seong-ah (Ji Woo) who is going through a stormy period of her life from her obsession over the faults to her looks, will not permit Chang-in to come close by maintaining a hysterical attitude. Even the woman next door (Lee Yong-nyeo) who likes to poke her nose into others' businesses gets in his way. With time running out, Chang-in, increasingly anxious, ends up throwing himself at Yeon-joo to avoid a risky moment,...More
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