An alternative ending will be created for Lee Min-ho's "Gangnam Blues" in China because of the popularity of the Korean actor, according to the movie's distributor, Showbox.
The company said on Friday that a new ending will be made for the Chinese release of "Gangnam Blues" and that the film will be re-edited to add in more parts that include Lee...More
Actor Jo Jae-yoon's wedding invitation is out.
Sports Today obtained the wedding invitation which states the date and location of the wedding...More
Korean Wave star Lee Min-ho plays a lead role for the first time in the film "Gangnam Blues". Provided by Showbox
Gangnam District in southern Seoul was not a symbol of wealth until the 1960s. In fact, it used to be a wild plain before a plan to develop the area was launched in the 1970s.
"Gangnam Blues", directed by Yoo Ha, is an action-noir film set in the latter decade.
It is the story of two ambitious but impoverished youths, Kim Jong-dae (Lee Min-ho) and Baek Yong-ki (Kim Rae-won)...More
"The Admiral: Roaring Currents"
There were no losers in the battle between epic historical blockbusters this summer. "KUNDO : Age of the Rampant", "The Admiral: Roaring Currents" and "Pirates", released one week after another from July 23, were all impressive.
The film industry and Korean fans were all interested to see if these blockbusters would become box office hits. All three of them cost as much as W15 billion (US$1=W1,018) to produce, while Korea's top film distributers -- Showbox, CJ E&M, and Lotte Entertainment -- were all involved in the production. They were set during the Chosun Dynasty and featured star-studded casts that included top stars Choi Min-sik, Ha Jeong-woo, Kang Dong-won, and Son Ye-jin...More