Korean actress Lee Da-hae attends a Warner Brothers party [DBM Entertainment]
Korean actress Lee Da-hae is scheduled to attend a party hosted by major Hollywood studio Warner Brothers, according to her agency DBM Entertainment on Wednesday.
DBM announced that "The Slave Hunters" actress -- the only Asian actor to be invited to the event -- will be leaving for Los Angeles today to attend a character launching party hosted by Warner Brothers.
The agency further explained that officials at Warner seemed "very interested in Lee Da-hae" during their visit to Korea early this year, saying they were impressed with "not only her acting skills but also her fluency in English and Chinese".
The Hollywood studio was said to have asked Lee for a meeting but she was unable to make time due to her busy shooting schedule for hit KBS2 TV series "The Slave Hunters".
The Warner Brothers' party in reference will be attended by many industry heavyweights including high-ranking executives at the studio and famous Hollywood actresses -- namely Jessica Szohr (of "Gossip Girl"), Julia Stiles (of "Bourne Identity" series) and all-around entertainer Jennifer Lopez.
The U.S. studio and the Korean actress will reportedly set up a meeting to "discuss future projects" after the party.
Lee, 25, has appeared in more than a dozen television dramas and commercials since her debut in 2001. Her most notable works include "Lotus Flower Fairy"(MBC, 2004), which placed her onto stardom, and "My Girl" the following year which gained her popularity throughout Asia.
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