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Ha Ji-won back at BIFF in 4 years

2013/10/01 | Permalink | Source

Ha Ji-won who is in the middle of the new MBC drama "Empress Qi" will be on the Red Carpet of the 18th Busan International Film Festival.

Ha Ji-won shows special attachment to the event according to her agency.

Ha Ji-won is a good supporter of Korean movies and she's even a part of a campaign called Good Downloader with Ahn Sung-ki, Jung Woo-sung, Lee Jung-jae, Ryu Seung-ryong and more. She's disappointed that the BIFF is shorter this time but she's still excited about seeing her fans.

Previously, Ha Ji-won signed a contract with famous American agency UTA. UTA is management to Johnnie Depp, Harrison Ford, Anthony Hopkins, Ewan McGregor, Gweneth Peltrow and other famous Hollywood stars. It's unusual for this agency to contract an Asian artist.

The meeting of Ha Ji-won and other famous international artists is something to look forward to this BIFF according to a spokesperson.

Meanwhile, Ha Ji-won will be coming out with "Empress Qi" on the 21st of October.

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