The festival opened yesterday and continues through Sunday in Hua Hin, a favorite holiday destination of the Thai royal family.
So's agency 51K announced yesterday that the two will hold press conferences and participate in interviews for the film, which will be shown at 40 theaters in Thailand starting Feb. 2. The film is one of 50 at the festival.
Other celebrities scheduled to attend the event include Chinese director John Woo, French director Luc Besson, movie producer and director Terence Chang and Malaysian actress Michelle Yeoh.
"Always" is a tragic love story about a former down-on-his-luck boxer who falls for a woman who is losing her sight yet still sees the joy in life.
The movie opened in Korea in October of last year.
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