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Song Hye-kyo Teams Up with Michelle Yeoh

2008/07/03 | Permalink | Source

Hallyu star Song Hye-kyo teams up with Michelle Yeoh from "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon" and "Memories of a Geisha" fame to target the Asian public.

According to the film magazine "Variety", Song recently signed a contract with Stella Entertainment, located near Taiwan, for her work overseas.

Stella Entertainment was established by Yeoh, Terrance Chang (who produced "Mission: Impossible 2" and "Face-Off") and entertainment agent David Tang.

Variety magazine wrote that "Song Hye-kyo became extremely popular [with the Asian public] after co-starring with Rain in the TV drama, 'Full House'. She also starred in 'My Girl and I', as well as 'Hwangjinyi'. She was also cast in the director Son Soo-peom's independent film which was also his U.S.A. debut, 'Fetish'."

Song also signed a new contract with Eden Nine, the Korean agency representing Won Bin. Won Bin and Song both plan on more active participation in the Asian entertainment industry.

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