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[Find the 1mm!] Kim Yun-seok went from Khan to castle?

2011/10/12 | 447 views | Permalink | Source

French distributor CEO holds a party after falling for "The Yellow Sea".

Actor Kim Yun-seok who played the role of whimsy mentor Dong-joo in the movie "Wandeugi" can be pictured as a former detective, a murderer, a teacher, a thief and other characters but not as someone who has parties.

Kim Yun-seok revealed for the first time how he ended up hosting a party at Khan last May during the Khan Film Festival. He said, "French distributor Wild Side Films said that my movie was amazing and held a party for me in an old castle". Chairman Manuel Chiche had been mesmerized by Kim Yun-seok.

"In France, they didn't see "The Yellow Sea" as violent and realistic but as a black comedy. There was a lot of laughter in the scene where Jo Sung-ha and I got into a fight. The way one was very country-like and the other Seoul-like, the French saw that as a collision of system".

Kim Yun-seok was at Khan for "The Chaser" in 2008 and again this year for "The Yellow Sea".

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