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Yeonghwaneun Yeonghwada with SO Ji-sub pre-sold to Japan

2008/05/30 | 693 views | Permalink | Source

Director JANG hoon's upcoming Yeonghwaneun Yeonghwada (English translation: film is film) has been pre-sold to Japan's Phonicanon at the Festival de Cannes market. The film stars So Ji-sub who enjoys great popularity in Japan because of the hit television dramas "Something Happened in Bali" (Balieseo Saengin Il) and "Sorry, I Love You" (Mianhada, Saranghanda).

The Kim Ki-duk produced film's cast also includes Kang Ji-hwan. KANG's acting career consists of various television dramas and the acclaimed feature film debut of director Sin Dong-il "Host and Guest" (Bangmoonja) which was selected by various film festivals including Pusan International Film Festival and Berlin International Film Festival.

Like SO and KANG, director JANG's track record also lies mostly in television. In addition, he was Kim Ki-duk's assistant director on The Bow.

SO plays a gangster who meets KANG's character, a star actor who is tackling a gangster role. Filming is currently taking place and should end at the end of June. The film will be in Korean cinemas this fall.

Yi Ch'ang-ho (KOFIC)

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