The movie, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to critical acclaim, revolves around Yeong-hye (Chae Min-seo), a woman who decides to become a vegetarian. Her new lifestyle ignites the fury o... More
Actress Chae Min-seo busted for drunk-driving 2012/01/31, Source,
Actress Chae Min-seo has been caught driving under the influence and lost her license. According to Gangnam Police, the entertainer was driving her Mercedes Benz in the residential area of Cheongdam-dong in southern Seoul, when she rammed into a parked vehicle around 10 in the morning on Jan. 30.
When the police arrived on the scene, the star's alcohol level was reported to be at 0.081 percent, which is enough for a cancellation of a driver's license. As well as losing her license to use a motor vehicle, the actress is being booked for DUI and causing an accident,...More
Actress Chae Min-seo booked for drunk driving 2012/01/30, Source,
Actress Chae Min-seo (31) caused a car accident in Kangnam, Seoul.
The Kangnam Police announced that Chae's Mercedez Benz ran into a car that was parking in a residential district in Cheongdam-dong at 10:25 AM in the morning on January 30th. She turned out to be intoxicated, with a blood-alcohol level of 0.081%, and it seems like she won't be able to avoid getting her license suspended,...More
Interview with director Lim Woo-seong 2011/09/23, Source,
Up-and-coming Korean director Lim Woo-seong, whose "Scars" is screening in the San Sebastian International Film Festival Zabaltegi-New Directors Section, speaks to Cine21's SHIN Dooyoung about his work. This is an excerpt from the full story which will be published in the October issue of Korean Cinema Today.
Director Lim Woo-seong, who adapted "Vegetarian" from HAN Gang's novel of the same title, has once has once again made a film from a novel by Han. His second film "Scars" is based on from Han Gang's short story collection "Fruit of My Woman". The film talks of the complicated married relationship between Sang-hyeop, a perfectionist newscaster and Sun-hee, a children's book illustrator. Like "Vegetarian", "Scars" is true to the images from the novel, describing the characters' psychology in detail,...More
"Amen", KIM Ki-duk's Latest Film, is Off to Competition at San Sebastian 2011/08/22, Source, by KOFIC Staff
Kim Ki-duk is returning with a new narrative film in three years. Two Korean films have been officially invited to the 59th San Sebastian International Film Festival, the largest film festival in Spanish-language regions. KIM's "Amen" (2011), his first narrative feature production in three years. has been invited to the festival's Competitive Official Selection, while Lim Woo-seong's "Scars" (2011) is competing at festival's Zabaltegi-New Directors Section,...More
The movie, which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival to critical acclaim, revolves around Yeong-hye (Chae Min-seo), a woman who decides to become a vegetarian. Her new lifestyle ignites the fury of her father. Meanwhile, her brother-in-law, a painter going through a slump, finds inspiration in a surprising place.
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