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Daniel Henney Gives Interview to AP, ABC TV

2007/09/19 | 208 views | Permalink | Source

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Actor Daniel Henney, who stars in the movie "My Father", has given interviews to the Associated Press and ABC TV.

"My Father" drew the attention of many overseas broadcasters and media companies for its subject of a Korean man who was adopted overseas as a child.

ABC interviewed Henney about Korean stars' popularity abroad and the peculiarities of Korean culture. The actor also spoke about his show business career as an actor of mixed heritage and his plans to advance to Hollywood.

The world-renowned film magazine Screen International also interviewed Henney about his acting career, while the AP interviewed the director of "My Father", Hwang Dong-hyuk, over the phone about the subject of adoption.

The International Herald Tribune published an article about Eron Bates, the real man behind the movie's story, when he visited Korea early this month.

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