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Writer Kim Su-hyun "Poongsan ache" why?

2011/06/30 | 587 views |  | Permalink | Source

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"Kim Ki-duk's movie is a must see"

Writer Kim Su-hyun from a popular drama has expressed her high expectations for the movie "Poongsan".

Kim Su-hyun uploaded on her Twitter recently saying, "I have to watch Kim Ki-duk's "Poongsan" but the weather is bad tomorrow. I feel his films are a must-see and I want to see". She then said how she was overwhelmed with shock at his movie "Address Unknown" and became a complete fan.

At the mention that the movie wasn't directed by Kim Ki-duk but Juhn Jai-hong, Kim Su-hyun said, "I know the scenario and production was done by Kim Ki-duk and directed by his student Juhn Jai-hong. I don't think it's an overstatement to say it was created by Kim Ki-duk". This shows how much interest she has in the work he does.

Kim Su-hyun has written not only drama's but also "Youth Trap", "The Man I Dumped" and more including scenarios too. The fact that someone like her is showing so much affection for Kim Ki-duk's work is worth something.

Source : news.nate.com/view/20...

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