[HanCinema's Film Review] "Like for Likes" 2016/02/27,
If you're looking for a cute, feel-good film then look no further than "Like for Likes", a film directed by Park Hyeon-jin ("Lovers of 6 Years") and starring an incredibly gifted cast. It focuses on dating in the internet age where activity on social media can make and break relationships. The film released in South Korea February 17 and will open in New York February 25. In Korea, its first week resulted in fourth place at 12.2% on box office charts with 320,000 moviegoers. Afterwards, the film will screen in 17 major locations in North America,...More
Korean romantic comedies crash 2011/11/20, Source,
The results of recent Korean romantic comedy movies are not that good.
After the craze for "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon" and "The Crucible" passed by this summer, there was a spill of romantic comedies, showing the sweet affection between lovers. Despite the fact that October and November is off-season for theaters, these films threw their hat into the ring with the excuse that the cold weather would give a reason for lovers to spend their time watching movies,...More
Yoon Kye-sang holds birthday party fan meeting 2010/12/23, Source,
Korean singer and actor Yoon Kye-sang at his birthday party fan meeting on December 21. [MyNameIs Entertainment]
Korean singer and actor Yoon Kye-sang celebrated his birthday on Tuesday, holding a fan meeting for the event with over 200 fans in attendance.
His agency MyNameIs Entertainment announced in a press release today that Yoon met with fans from Korea and Japan for his fan meeting titled "2010 Closer to you____n" on December 19,...More
[INTERVIEW] Actress Kim Ha-neul - Part 2 2010/08/06, Source, Kim Ha-neul [Chae Ki-won/10Asia]
10: Is it the first time you've immersed yourself in the character this much?Kim Ha-neul: Extremely speaking, I could say it's the first time. 10: Then did you try to stay your character even when the camera wasn't rolling?Kim Ha-neul: I definitely wanted to stay immersed rather than come out of it but the breaks in between were longer than I had expected them to be. I repeated the cycle of shooting for a few days then resting for a few so it was hard for me, whereas the guys kept shooting without any breaks. And even when I did feel like I needed to rest, I couldn't let go of Soo-yeon completely because then I would have a hard time trying to become her again when I go back into shoot. Even the male actors had a hard time going back to being their characters when they finally got the time to take about three days of break,...More
Kim Ha-neul says "first time receiving such a moving script" 2010/05/13, Source,
Cast members of MBC's "Road No. 1" left to right: Yoon Kye-sang, Kim Ha-neul and So Ji-sub [MBC]
'The promise of friendship and love that is fulfilled 60 years later' is the main copy for upcoming MBC series "Road No. 1" which is set to air on June 23. The drama shows the the turbulent times of the Korean War, but its story revolves around the three main characters Jang-woo (played by So Ji-sub), Soo-yeon (played by Kim Ha-neul) and Tae-ho (played by Yoon Kye-sang) who experience love and friendship during the chaos of the war. The audience is probably expecting more from the three actors since the star-studded cast is already bringing enough attention to the drama. Will the stars be able to pull off the roles of ordinary characters Jang-woo, So-yeon and Tae-ho who are faced with the war? Below are the excerpts from the press conference attended by actors So Ji-sub, Kim Ha-neul and Yoon Kye-sang. 10: The faces of the male actors have gotten very tanned -- it shows that you were faced with many hardships. Both of you look rugged as well. So Ji-sub (So): I have gotten very tanned and also have heavy makeup on. I lost three kilograms and some of my muscles too because unlike in other productions, I can't have the image of being in shape. Yoon Kye-sang (Yoon): I play the role of an elite military officer, who among his troops, gets hit by the most grenades because he has to fail in order for Jang-woo to rise in the ranks. There are many scenes where I fall and I think a lot of them will turn out well from seeing how rough my hands have gotten,...More
Large multiplex movie theaters have become the norm, with wide screens and killer sound systems. But for those looking for something slightly different, there are alternatives to spice things up. Spend some time at an artsy, retro theater, combine a five-star hotel,...More
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