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Sky and Sea
Sky and Sea
(Movie, 2009)
하늘과 바다

• Director • Scriptwriter • Adaptation/Dramatization

Heart is...
Heart is...
(Movie, 2006)

• Director

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  • [Review] Heart Is…

    2012/05/18, Source
    One of the many versions of the cover If you saw this film with friends you probably noticed something. Anybody who was present didn't leave with dry eyes. Heart is... is a melancholy tale about a wonderfully innocent pair of children, neglected by their mother, forced to live with relatives, who eventually move and are unable to support them any longer. Directed by Oh Dal-gyoon, "Heart is..." is a tragic masterpiece which comments on the brutality of society, particularly on the dimension of human trafficking,...More
  • [ChanMi's movie news] Jang Nara is 41kg!

    2009/10/08, Source
    For a character in the film, Jang Nara has been only 38kg only! However, she has gained a bit more weight of 41kg! At the press conference for the upcoming movie, "Sky and Sea" she told the press her weight. Usually she had been 45 kg which is still a very low weight. However, while filming she was 38kg! Her characer, Ha-neul meaning Sky is a weak girl who has always been inside her home. She had to be a character who was very frail and fragile. Ha-neul has a disability, a syndrome which her b,...More

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