A Wild Fugitive 2011/07/30, Source, By UNA Beck
Whoosh. What can it be? It sure isn't a 4D movie in front of my eyes but as the man appears on screen a thick fog surrounds me. The scent of testosterone and perspiration and the feverish air rising from the mid-summer city asphalt, was not yet discomforting at all. From his first appearance, an Asian man wearing a sweat-soaked shirt with greasy hair that was probably never washed for quite a few days captures our eyes and nose, no!, our entire senses. In the film "Never Forever" (2007) co-starring Vera Farmiga, and Ha Jeong-woo, who plays Ji-ha, an illegal immigrant living in New York, who's willing to sell his sperm for 300 dollars to a white woman named Sophie, a rich woman who wants to give birth to an Asian baby,...More
Actor chases a dream and wins 2011/06/16, Source, 'I didn't want people to see me as the son of Kim Yong-geon and that's why I use a stage name. It was my belief that I had to prove myself on stage'.
Actor Ha Jeong-woo has been invited to the Cannes Film Festival four times including this year. Outside of acting, the 33-year-old loves to draw and write. Most recently, Ha published a book last month that features his paintings and essays. [JoongAng Ilbo] Actor Ha Jeong-woo could have gone the easy route. His father, Kim Yong-geon, is a well-known film and television actor who could have ushered him into the business. But Ha chose to make it on his own. He changed his name, studied theater in school and eventually entered film. Since then, he has become known for playing strong, unconventional characters, including a serial killer in the hit film "The Chaser" (2008), a male prostitute in "The Moonlight of Seoul" (2008) and a ski jumper who is an adoptee in the 2009 film "Take Off",...More
Two young men, Seung-woo and Jae-hyun, serve as ‘hosts’ or male escorts for a discreet private women's club in a post district of Seoul. In the backdrop of Seoul's fast-changing modern lifestyle, these two young try to live the upbeat life of the affluent crowd by raking in money at the club even though their personal lives become ruined by the day. A realistic look into the dark businesses that go on in the rampant city life of today's Seoul metropolitan.
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