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  • oinkoink Posts: 742Member
    edited November 2008
    My Sweet City Fanmade MVs

    Although this is not my favorite drama but I love the OSTs and these are the MVs I made for this drama. Enjoy!

    1)MV My Sweet City - Come To My World (Eun Soo and Young Soo Theme)

    Song : The OST “Dal Kom Han Na Eh Do Shi By 8Eight”
    Clips : Eun Soo and Young Soo’s scenes from K-Drama “My Sweet City” (SBS-2008)

    2)MV My Sweet City - Come To My World Ver. 2 (Young Soo Theme)

    Song : The OST “Dal Kom Han Na Eh Do Shi By Lee Sun Gyun”
    Clips : Eun Soo and Young Soo’s scenes from K-Drama “My Sweet City” (SBS-2008)
  • huangsyhuangsy Posts: 5,758Member

    IDOL

    edited November 2008
    Press Conference today 24 Nov 2008 for Romantic Island
    director, Kang Chul Woo
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  • huangsyhuangsy Posts: 5,758Member

    IDOL

    edited December 2008
    He starred in MV to be released on 5 Dec 2008
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    video clip taken at press conference of "apology"
    http://kr.news.yahoo.com/service/news/shel...mp;newssetid=83
  • melusinemelusine Ankh MorporkPosts: 2,910Friend of Soompi

    IDOL

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  • kdramafanusakdramafanusa Posts: 10,040Friend of Soompi

    SUPERSTAR

    edited December 2008
    Source: Javabeans

    Lee Seon-kyun sings “Boy”
    December 1st, 2008 // by javabeans

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    Although actor Lee Seon-kyun is often referred to as The Voice (by us fans, I mean), I didn’t really expect to see him take up singing — not in an official capacity, at least — but here he is, lending his vocals to a track on Yoon Sang’s upcoming special album, “Songbook.”

    Yes, Lee Seon-kyun has contributed his lovely baritone to songs on two of his previous dramas’ soundtracks: “Ocean Travel” [바다여행] from the Coffee Prince OST and “My Sweet City” [달콤한 나의 도시] from the drama My Sweet Seoul (listen below). But nice as his voice is, it’s not really much of a singing voice.

    But I suppose that’s not the big draw. Veteran kpop musician Yoon Sang’s special album will feature big-name stars, including the likes of musician and songwriter Yoo Hee-yeol (aka Toy), vocal group Sweet Sorrow, rock band My Aunt Mary, rock-electronic artist W & Whale, girl group Girls Generation, and pop diva Uhm Jung-hwa. Lee Seon-kyun is the sole actor featured.

    Lee is also appearing in the music video for the song he sings on the album, “Boy” [소년], which had originally been released in 1993 on Yoon Sang’s second album (listen below). The MV was recently filmed in Seoul and features a “touching love story.” Lee explains that his decision to participate on the album was because he had been a huge fan when “Boy” was first released in 1993, and that recording a song that held good memories for him was particularly meaningful.

    “Songbook” goes on sale December 5.

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    Via Now News

  • melusinemelusine Ankh MorporkPosts: 2,910Friend of Soompi

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  • huangsyhuangsy Posts: 5,758Member

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    Another press conference today 17 Dec 2008. Lee Min Ki apologises for not being able to join.
    Director Kang Chul Woo
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  • huangsyhuangsy Posts: 5,758Member

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    edited December 2008
    Today, Salvation Arrmy event
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  • E20MNTE20MNT Posts: 10Member
  • huangsyhuangsy Posts: 5,758Member

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    edited January 2009
    Today 13 jan 2009 at press conference for 2009 Jeonju Digital Project
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  • melusinemelusine Ankh MorporkPosts: 2,910Friend of Soompi

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    Download @ http://eipeituc.wordpress.com/2009/02/11/2...-showbiz-extra/

    HONG Sangsoo directs short for Jeonju fest
    Source: KOFIC
    Nov 27 2008

    Internationally acclaimed director HONG Sangsoo will partake in Jeonju International Film Festival's (JIFF) annual program Digital short films by three filmmakers. HONG finished filming his digital short film on November 12 and he is in the post-production stage, according to JIFF.

    HONG's short film is titled Cheobcheobsanjoong (English translation: deep in the mountains) and stars LEE Sun-kyun (Educating Kidnappers), MOON Seung-keun (A Petal), and JUNG Yu-mi (The Room Nearby). HONG worked with MOON on Virgin Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors and Woman on the Beach; collaborated with LEE on Night and Day; and JUNG is part of HONG's upcoming Jal Aljido Mothamyeonseo (English translation: when you don't know).

    JIFF's Digital short films by three filmmakers selects every year three renowned directors who each receive US$ 50,000 for directing their short film. JIFF expressed their joy over HONG's participation in JIFF's omnibus project, and they hope it will increase the exposure of Korean cinema worldwide.

    The 10th Jeonju International Film Festival will commence in 2009 on April 30 and wrap up on May 8.

    Yi Ch'ang-ho




    HONG Sang-soo confirmed to participate in Jeonju Digital Project 2009
    Source: Seen in Jeonju

    Jeonju International Film Festival (JIFF) Organizing Committee (Festival Director MIN, Byung-lock) announced that HONG Sang-soo's <Disappointment> is one of digital omnibus film, "Jeonju Digital Project 2009".

    Celebrating 10th anniversary, JIFF selected a Korean representative director, HONG Sang-soo, as one of the directors of "Jeonju Digital Project 2009". The program Launched in 2000, JIFF will be made total 30 films for "Jeonju Digital Project" so far. For great record, "Jeonju Digital Project 2007: Memories" awarded Special Jury Prize at Locarno IFF and "Jeonju Digital Project 2008: Return" was invited to Competition section at Dubai IFF.

    HONG Sang-soo has completed the shooting, <Disappointment> Nov. 12th, 2008, and now he is working on post production. The background of this film is set to Jeonju city in South Korea. Especially, this film is coming into the spotlight due to top actor, MOON Sung-geun, well-matched partner with the director through < Virgin Stripped Bare by Her Bachelors>, < Woman on the Beach>, also LEE Sun-gyun, starred in < Night and Day >, and JUNG Yu-mi of <Family Ties>, who has worked together in HONG Sang-soo's newest feature film, <You Don't Even Know>.

    <Disappointment>, one of <Jeonju Digital Project 2009> which will be world premiered at the 10th JIFF (30th Apr. ~ 8th May. 2008), is the story of 4 men and women.

    The director, HONG Sang-soo is a Korean representative director with no doubt following the fact that his 8th film, <Night and Day> has introduced 2008Berlin IFF.

    What is "Jeonju Digital Project"?

    In each year, JIFF shows "Jeonju Digital Project". It is the project which was first created and planned by JIFF to release film fest itself and distribute films to not only in South Korea but also in the world. 3 films are produced every year, there have been 27 digital short films since the 1st project. "Jeonju Digital Project" is the main program at JIFF and is to take a part in world famous filmmakers from all over the world. Three filmmakers chosen by special guidance from JIFF receive KRW50,000,000(approximately 5,000 USD) and are offered to use digital cameras and other technical equipments for making approximately 30 mins-long short films which get to be screened at JIFF as world premiere. "Jeonju Digital Project 2007 : Memories" directed by Harun FAROKI, Pedro COSTA and Eugene GREEN won Special Jury Prize at the 60th Locarno IFF and when released in South Korea, it successfully fetched South Korean audience.

    JIFF Festival Director, MIN Byung-lock says "I am very pleased to Dir. HONG Sang-soo's participation as a part of <Jeonju Digital Project 2009>. JIFF has discovered brilliant films as the purpose of itself through screening films and introduced Korean films to world wide by production. Hopefully, Korean film will be introduced to more unknown regions through <Jeonju Digital Project 2009>."”

    For further information regarding <Jeonju Digital Project 2009>, press conference will be held on 13th Jan. 2008 in Seoul.

    Jeonju International Film Festival
    Publicity Team Manager
    Jinna LEE




    Hong Sang-soo to take part in Jeonju Digital Project
    Source: Screen Daily

    Jean Noh in Seoul
    05 Dec 2008 06:41

    Korean auteur director Hong Sang-soo is participating in Jeonju Digital Project 2009, the trifecta omnibus produced by Jeonju International Film Festival (JIFF).

    In an early announcement on the project, JIFF announced Hong's short film Disappointment completed production last month and is now in post-production.

    The film is set in Jeonju (a city south of Seoul known for its cuisine and traditional houses), and tells the story of four men and women.

    Disappointment brings together veteran actor Moon Sung-geun, who worked with Hong on Virgin Stripped Bare By Her Bachelors and Woman On The Beach; Lee Sun-gyun, who starred in Hong's Night And Day, and Jung Yu-mi, who was in Family Ties and is working with Hong on his upcoming feature You Don't Even Know (working title).

    Jeonju Digital Project 2009 will make its world premiere at the JIFF's tenth anniversary edition, April 30 – May 8, 2009.

    Launched in 2000, JIFF's yearly omnibus project picks three international directors, giving them each KW50m (about $5,000) and use of digital cameras and other technical equipment to make short films of about 30 minutes each in length. The festival world premieres the films and holds distribution rights as well.

    Previous Jeonju Digital Projects saw a retrospective at the 2007 Locarno International Film Festival which also gave the special jury prize to that year's omnibus, directed by Harun Faroki, Pedro Costa and Eugene Green.

    Jeonju Digital Project 2008 (a.k.a. The Return) is also invited to the upcoming Dubai International Film Festival.

    The other two directors for Jeonju Digital Project 2009 will be announced at a press conference Jan 13.

    The festival is still taking submissions. (For more details, see http://eng.jiff.or.kr/02_program/02_entry.aspx.)




    Jeonju unveils festival slate
    South Korean event to open with 'Short! Short!'

    By HAN SUNHEE
    Source: Variety

    SEOUL -- South Korea's Jeonju Film Festival will open on April 30 with "Short! Short! Short! 2009," an omnibus film about money with segments directed by 10 young Korean filmmakers.

    The fest will wrap May 8 with "Machan," helmed by Sri Lankan Uberto Pasolini, who produced U.K. hit "The Full Monty" in 1997.

    The event's 10th anniversary program comprises 147 features and 53 shorts from 40 countries.

    Thirteen films are in competition, including Bradley Rust Gray's "The Exploding Girl" from the U.S.

    Films by internationally renowned directors appear in the Cinemascape section, including Manoel de Oliveira's "Eccentricities of a Blonde-Haired Girl" and Lucrecia Martel's "The Headless Woman."

    Jeonju traditionally offers a three-part digital project by leading international directors; Korea's Hong Sang-soo ("Lost in the Mountains"), Japan's Kawase Naomi ("Koma") and the Philippines' Lav Diaz ("Butterflies Have No Memories") have contributed to this year's work.

    The fest will also spotlight films from Southeast Asia and present special screening programs devoted to new directors discovered by the fest, fest winners and audience choice pics.

    These are the film in competition at the ninth Jeonju Film Festival:

    "Agrarian Utopia," Uruphong Raksasad (Thailand)
    "The Bastards," Amat Escalante (Mexico, France, U.S.)
    "City of the World," Christian Klandt (Germany)
    "The Exploding Girl," Bradley Rust Gray (U.S.)
    "The Happiest Girl in the World," Radu Jude (Romania, Netherlands)
    "Imburnal," Sherad Anthony Sanchez (Philippines)
    "Inland," Tariq Teguia (Algeria, France)
    "Mid-August Lunch," Gianni Di Gregorio (Italy)
    "North," Rune Denstad Langlo (Norway)
    "A North Chinese Girl," Zou Peng (China)
    "The One Man Village," Simon El Habre (Lebanon)
    "Rain," Paula Hernandez (Argentina)
    "Tokyo Rendezvous," Ikeda Chihiro (Japan).




    Indie flicks and digital dramas for Jeonju fest
    Source: JoongAng Daily
    April 03, 2009

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    The work of, from left to right, South Korea's Hong Sang-soo, Japan's Naomi Kawase and the Philippines' Lav Diaz will feature heavily in the Jeonju Digital Project, a key part of this year's festival.

    There is something for everyone at this year's Jeonju International Film Festival, which is celebrating its 10th birthday this year.

    JIFF, as the festival is commonly known, will be featuring around 200 films from 42 countries from April 30 to May 8, and the final program was announced this week.

    The opening title will be "Short! Short! Short! 2009," a omnibus feature created by 10 promising young Korean filmmakers.

    The closing show will be the comedy "Machan" by Italian director Uberto Pasolini about a Sri Lankan handball team.

    "The omnibus feature Short! Short! Short! 2009 started out as a project in 2007 to support short films in Korea and help them reach the overseas market," said Min Byung-lock, the festival director. "There are ten directors involved to symbolize the JIFF's 10th anniversary."”

    The festival organizers are justly proud of their decade-long festival.

    "JIFF has been growing successfully over the past ten years, maintaining a focus on original, high-quality independent and art films," said Song Ha-jin, the JIFF committee president, at a press conference in Myeong-dong, central Seoul, on Tuesday.

    So what can you expect if you make it down to this North Jeolla city?

    Specifically to mark the 10th anniversary, the program "New Directors Discovered by JIFF" section will feature eight films by directors who debuted at the festival and later gained international recognition.

    Films include "Hazy Life" by Nobuhiro Yama$hita, "Barking Dogs Never Bite" by Bong Joon-ho and "Die Bad" by Ryoo Seung-wan.

    The "JIFF Audiences' Choice" section will screen five films audiences voted as favorites from previous festivals.

    They include "Veer Zarra" by Indian director Yash Chopra, who won the JIFF Audience Award in 2006, and "Action Boys" by Jung Byoung-gil, winner of JIFF Audience Award 2008.

    Meanwhile, this year's "Jeonju Digital Project," the festival's core annual program to produce and support digital films for international screenings, will feature three noted filmmakers from Asia: Korea's Hong Sang-soo, Japan's Naomi Kawase and the Philippines' Lav Diaz.

    The project enables three directors each year to produce a 30-minute digital film on a budget of 50 million won ($36,845). Their work is then premiered at the festival.


    Perhaps one of the highlights of this year's event, and a real treat for film connoisseurs, will be a retrospective of the work of Polish auteur Jerzy Skolimowski.

    After a 17-year hiatus, Skolimowski recently shot the disturbing "Four Nights with Anna," a story about a loner obsessed with a nurse that had critics salivating.

    Nine of his films will be screened during the retrospective, and to cap it all, Skolimowski is expected to visit the festival. He also celebrates his 71st birthday on May 5, event organizers said.

    Broadening the scope of the festival, there will be screenings of three Sri Lankan films as part of the festival's commitment to bringing the work of directors who are not so well known in this part of the world.

    Of course, local filmmakers will have their best shot at promoting their work during the Korean Shorts Competition and the Korean Retrospective, which will screen Korean classics. This latter section has been revived following its cancelation in 2003, among others.

    Meanwhile, South Korean actor Lee Jee-hoon and actress Joan were appointed to JIFF 2009 as publicity ambassadors on Tuesday. They will meet fans and appear at some of the events.

    You can make online reservations (www.jiff.or.kr) from 2 p.m. onwards on April 14 for the opening and closing ceremonies, and from 11 a.m. onwards on April 16 for general screenings.

    Tickets for the opening or closing ceremonies cost 10,000 won ($7.32) and 5,000 won for general screenings.

    You can also buy tickets during the festival from May 1 onwards at JIFF Space and JIFF Service Center on Cinema Street, an arcade in downtown Jeonju set up for the festival.




    Jeonju festival marks 10th anniversary
    Source: Korea Herald
    By Yang Sung-jin

    The 10th Jeonju International Film Festival (JIFF) will feature an expanded lineup of 200 movies from 42 countries.
    JIFF, which will run from April 30 through May 8, has solidified its position as a major event for independent and artistic filmmakers in Asia, carving out a niche in the crowded film festival markets in Korea.

    "Jeonju film festival has achieved a steady growth in the past decade by maintaining its focus on independent and art house movies," said JIFF chief organizer Song Ha-jin at a press conference in Seoul. "The city of Jeonju invites both young filmmakers and audiences to enjoy a wide range of films and related events."

    The organizers received 510 foreign submissions from 62 countries, up 32 percent from last year, but the number of submitted Korean short films went down slightly to 668 due to stricter standards, organizers said.

    The festival, based in the city of Jeonju, North Jeolla Province, will open with "Short! Short! Short! 2009," a digital omnibus film created by 10 up-and-coming Korean directors including Kim Young-nam ("Don't Look Back"), Choi Ik-hwan ("Life is Cool"), and "Yoon Seong-ho ("Milky Way Liberation Front"). Produced by Indiestory Inc., the omnibus film attempts to shed light on today's Korean society obsessed with money, interspersing humor and satire. Each episode runs about 10 minutes.

    The closer is "Machan," directed by Uberto Pasolini, one of the producers of "The Full Monty" (1997). This neo-realistic comedy involves 23 people in a slum town of Sri Lanka, who set out to become "A National Handball Team" as a ploy to get visas to Europe.

    Korea's Hong Sang-soo, Japan's Naomi Kawase and the Philippines' Lav Diaz have each contributed a 30-minute short film to this year's Jeonju Three Digital Shorts Project, extending the festival's 10-year tradition of giving special attention to emerging directors.

    The digital shorts project is deemed JIFF's key program, offering 50 million won ($36,820) to each of the three directors selected to produce short digital pieces for the festival.


    As part of retrospective programs, the New Directors section will screen eight films by directors who made their debut through the festival, including "Die Bad" by Ryoo Seung-wan and "Hazy Life" by Nobuhiro Yamamini coopera.

    The Korean Retrospective section, which has been revived since its 2003 shutdown, will offer a rare glimpse to four Korean classical movies - Yang Ju-nam's "Sweet Dream" (1936), Kim Ki-young's "The Housemaid" (1960), Shin Sang-ok's "The Arch of Chastity" (1962) and Lee Doo-yong's "The Last Witness" (1980). Notably, the fully restored version of Kim's "The Housemaid" will be shown to audiences for the first time.

    Another retrospective is devoted to acclaimed Polish auteur Jerzy Skolimowski, who recently released "Four Nights with Anna," earning praise from critics after a 17-year absence. Considered one of the most authentic filmmakers in the history of European cinema, Skolimowski remains widely unknown to Korean film buffs. Nine of his 22 films will be screened during the event.

    In the Audiences' Choice section, five films chosen by JIFF attendees will provide a gauge on the current trend. "Yoshino's Barber Shop" by Japan's Naoko Ogigami and "Veer Zarra" by Bollywood director Yash Chopra, winner of the JIFF Audience Award in 2006, are included in the lineup.

    This year, the Discovery section will focus on Sri Lankan cinema, introducing six features by master filmmaker Dharmasena Pathiraja, and two each by Prasanna Vithanage and Asoka Handagama, influential contemporary Sri Lankan filmmakers. The three are also scheduled to attend the screening to meet with Korean audiences and participate in seminars.

    For further information about the film festival schedule, visit its homepage at jiff.or.kr




    Mysterious visitors change lives in 3 films at Jeonju Fest
    Source: JoongAng Daily
    May 04, 2009

    ‘The three of us were working with the concept of the visitor without realizing it. I think it was fate.’

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    From left, directors Hong Sang-soo, Naomi Kawase and Lav Diaz from left, during a hand-printing ceremony after a press conference held Saturday on Cinema Street in Jeonju.

    By Park Sun-young

    JEONJU - A bunch of mysterious guests have invaded the Jeonju Digital Project, the centerpiece of the international film festival’s award-winning program.

    This year, three internationally-known Asian filmmakers - Korea’s Hong Sang-soo, Japan’s Naomi Kawase and the Philippines’ Lav Diaz - have contributed a trio of films whose main plot revolves around the arrival of an unexpected visitor that gets the action going.

    “For the past ten years, the Jeonju Digital Project has become like a kind of trademark and is recognized by various film festivals around the world,” JIFF Director Min Byung-lock said after a press preview on Saturday.

    The Jeonju Digital Project won the Jury Award at the Locarno International Film Festival in 2007, the first time in the history of the film festival that a project of this kind had won the prize.

    Every year, three directors from around the world are invited to contribute a 30-minute short and awarded 50 million won ($38,760) to get the job done. Their work is then premiered at the festival.

    “We have invited three well-known directors who are already recognized internationally to participate in the project, so we are expecting the project to win awards at international film festivals again this year,” he added.

    “Visitors,” the title of this year’s project, features films: “Lost in the Mountains” by Hong, “Koma” by Kawase and “Butterflies Have No Memories” by Diaz.

    “After I finished the film, I was surprised to realize that the three of us were working with the concept of the visitor, without realizing it in advance. I think it was fate,” Kawase said.

    As the Japanese director noted, the dramatic tension in all three films is built around the sudden arrival of an unexpected visitor.

    In the film “Koma,” Kawase explores the relationship between fragile and often tense history between Korea and Japan through the relationship that develops between a third generation Korean-Japanese man, who unexpectedly visits the small and quiet village of Koma, and a Japanese woman, a somewhat mysterious inhabitant of the village.

    Korean director Hong’s “Lost in the Mountains” tells the story of a woman’s love-hate relationship with the people closest to her, including a friend, a teacher with whom she had an affair and her ex-boyfriend. It starts when she makes an impromptu visit to see her friend, who lives in Jeonju.

    “Butterflies Have No Memories,” the film by the director Diaz, depicts the lives of the inhabitants of a remote island far from the Philippines who suffer economic difficulties after a gold mining company withdraws from the town. One day, a sudden visit by a Canadian woman born and raised on the island makes their already troubled lives even more complicated.

    “The film is about the prosperity development brings and the environmental destruction it causes,” Diaz said.

    “The idea to film in black and white was my sort of strategic decision to bring into relief the dark side of the Philippines’ history, hidden behind its beautiful natural scenes,” he added.

    Don’t worry if you missed the chance to see this award-winning film over the weekend.

    It will be screened one last time at 2 p.m. on Wednesday at CGV, a theater affiliated with the festival.

    Those who haven’t been to the festival in a while needed feel left out either.

    A special DVD set featuring all 27 films produced as part of the project over the last nine years is being released in celebration of the festival’s 10th anniversary under the title Jeonju Digital Project 2000-2008.

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    More pics @ 10asia
  • pritaprita tergila-gila korea jogjaPosts: 597Member
    Oops....today's Lee Seon-gyun b'day? Saeng il chuka hamnida oppa !
    I miss him....look forward to seeing his next drama Triple...
    Waiting for Triple 트리플
    Loving Thank You My Sweet Seoul Star's Lover Tokyo Showers
    Yoo Ji-tae ♥ Hwang Jung-min ♥ Jang Hyuk ♥ Lee Seon-gyun ♥ Kang Ji-hwan ♥ Kim Tae-woo
  • melusinemelusine Ankh MorporkPosts: 2,910Friend of Soompi

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    edited April 2010
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    Source: Moon Seok. "Return of the Masters". Korean Film Observatory No.28, pp. 16. Korean Film Council, 2008.

    Paju - Lee Sun Kyun & Seo Woo
    Source: KPculture
    2009 February 18

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    Lee Sun Kyun (Romantic Island) and Seo Woo (Crush and Blush) are the leads in Paju, being directed by Park Chan Ok (Jealousy is My Middle Name). Park been preparing for this film since (s)he thought of the storyline seven years ago. Paju is the name of a city in Korea. The movie will show the city as being mysterious and full of fog.

    According to TPS Company, Paju is about Choi Eun Mo (Seo Woo) who had a lonely childhood growing up without her parents. When Eun Mo falls in love with her brother-in-law, Kim Joong Sik (Lee), she decides to go away to avoid seeing him. However, they meet again after her sister dies. Eun Mo struggles between her feelings for Joong Sik and her suspicions that he's somehow involved in her sister's death. Joong Sik hides the truth along with his feelings.

    This role will show a different side of Lee Sun Kyun from the gentle image viewers are accustomed to, as the character is very complex and mysterious. Seo Woo is relatively new to the industry; she debuted in 2007 and won three Best New Actress awards in 2008 for Crush and Blush. Film creators said that Seo Woo's youthful appearance yet mature expression made her perfect for the part, which shows Eun Mo go from a 15-year-old girl to a woman in her early twenties.

    Filming for Paju began on February 16 and will continue for about three months. The movie will premiere in the latter half of 2009.

    Also starring Shim Yi Young as Choi Eun Soo, the sister/wife.
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    Minimix 5
    Source: KPculture
    2009 March 3

    Seo Woo threw a surprise party for Paju co-star Lee Sun Kyun on March 2 for his 34th birthday. When Lee came on set for filming after lunch, Seo Woo approached him carrying a cake, and the cast and crew joined in as she sang "Happy Birthday". When the embarrassed actor asked, "How did you know it's my birthday?", she smiled and responded by saying that she's been a fan of his since youth and knows everything [about him]. (aww~ image )

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  • pritaprita tergila-gila korea jogjaPosts: 597Member
    edited March 2009
    Wow....LSG in another movie and it will be showing a different side of him....sounds interesting ! That co-star of him was really sweet...threw him a surprise b'day party and even admitted she's been his fans for quite a long time....such a wonderful gift everybody could ask for...
    Waiting for Triple 트리플
    Loving Thank You My Sweet Seoul Star's Lover Tokyo Showers
    Yoo Ji-tae ♥ Hwang Jung-min ♥ Jang Hyuk ♥ Lee Seon-gyun ♥ Kang Ji-hwan ♥ Kim Tae-woo
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