"C'est Si Bon" drops trailer and stills Upcoming film "C'est Si Bon" has confirmed its date of premiere and revealed its trailer and still cuts.
The film is based on C'est Si Bon, a music hall in Moogyo-dong of Seoul that has produced famous folk musicians. The film is about how the legendary duo 'Two Folio' formed and the love stories surrounding the musicians' muses. The trailer, which was released through Naver Film Service, shows Yoon Hyung-joo (Kang Ha-neul), Song Chang-sik (Jo Bok-rae), and Oh Geun-tae (Jung Woo) meeting each other for the first time to start their music as a trio and falling in love with C'est Si Bon's muse, Min Ja-young (Han Hyo-joo).
"C'est Si Bon" will be directed by Kim Hyun-suk, who has worked on 'Cyrano: Dating Agency'. The movie will premiere in February next year. email@example.com cr: asiatoday
@yubarimelon.. i'm sorry for late reply.. HJ look beautiful, classic, and elegant as always and hope someone will upload part video of HJ in that even @adeleyam.. thank you so much for translate that letter for us adele.. Hope she always felt that many people still support and love her and waiting every project whether drama or movie.. Although 2014 is tough year, hope 2015 become one of many successful year for HJ and us and bring a lot of happiness.. Truly felt her sincerity in that letter.. :x
class="entry-title"Han Hyo Joo Making Comeback in New Movie “Hae Uh Hwa” Posted by Erika Han Hyo Joo will return to the big screen with the new movie, “Hae Uh Hwa”. The filming will begin as soon as the final casting has been revealed. The name of the movie, “Hae Uh Hwa”, is a metaphor for beauty. In other words, it’s a geisha of exceptional knowledge, along with talent in both singing and dancing. In the movie, we can expect Han Hyo Joo to express elaborate and deep emotions of the lead character. The movie itself focuses on a woman, broken in despair and compassion. The actress has starred in various movies, affirming her role as a top actress. For 2015, her movies “C’est Si Bon” and “Beauty Inside” are expected to be released. Lotte Entertainment and director Park Hong Sik have come together to present the film. The final casting hasn’t been confirmed, but filming begins promptly after cast finalization. cr: ohyaseoul via tinahyojoo.tumblr
HAN Hyo-joo Takes on Gisaeng Role for Next Project by Pierce Conran
Next Film from MY MOTHER, THE MERMAID Director PARK Heung-sik
Rising star HAN Hyo-joo has chosen Hae-eo-hwa as her next project. The busy actress already has two projects lined up for release next year but that hasn’t stopped her from signing on for the next film by director PARK Heung-sik. Set in the 1930s, when Korea was a Japanese colony, Hae-eo-hwa will feature HAN as a gisaeng (the Korean term for courtesan) who quickly makes a name for herself with her beauty and artistic talent. The film’s Korean title is a term that refers to both a gisaeng and a beautiful woman. Following her 2003 discovery in a beauty pageant, HAN worked both on the big and small screen but since 2011 she has focused exclusively on films, forging an impressive filmography with credits such as Masquerade (2012) and Cold Eyes. This year she made her Japanese film debut in Miracle: Devil Claus' Love and Magic while she recently wrapped the music biopic C’est Si Bon and is currently filming the high concept romcom Beauty Inside, both of which will hit screens next year. Meanwhile, director PARK, who is known for the films I Wish I Had a Wife (2001) and My Mother, the Mermaid (2004), recently completed the period epic Memories of the Sword, starring JEON Do-yeon and LEE Byung-hun. The film will be released next year. Hae-wo-hwa will be financed and distributed by Lotte Entertainment, who also worked with PARK on Memories of the Sword. Following the completion of casting, filming is expected to begin in April of next year. cr: kobiz
The 35th Blue Dragon Film Awards will be held at Sejong Center for the Performing Arts in Seoul on December 17th Live broadcast: SBS 17.40 - 20.00 KST will HJ appear at Red Carpet and presenting Best Actress Award?
The Letter From HJ, chinese translate by BaiduHHJ http://tieba.baidu.com/p/3471063219 Hope someone kindly will translate into english..
@kaz11.. i agree with you.. hope HJ acting will more recognize @yubarimelon.. i don't know, because we only know HJ will play as top gisaeng.. it's depend to the story. Hwang Jin Ni is one of famous gisaeng in Joseon Period and HJ will play gisaeng in Japan occupation at 1930, the background is different.. I'm really sorry my early post about Haeeohwa and i will delete them, but still possible that gisaeng became activies or give more contribute. Stage act about gisaeng at 1930 is "Gyeongseong 1930", but i don't know that Haeeowha story will based on Gyeongseong 1930 or not.
class="single__title entry-title"Actress Han Hyo Joo to comeback through new movie “Hae Uh Hwa” Actress, Han Hyo Joo, is set to comeback to the big screen through Hae Uh Hwa. According to a personnel, Han Hyo Joo has confirmed to star in the upcoming film, on December 15th. The name of the film Hae Uh Hwa is a metaphor for beauty, in other words, an exceptional geisha knowledgable and talented in singing and dancing. It is a historical play about a women broken in despair and compassion and Han Hyo Joo is to express elaborate and deep emotions of the lead female role through the film. Recently, Han Hyo Joo has established herself as one of the top actress through numerous films, including, Masquerade, Love 911, and Cold Eyes. She is also awaiting for releases next year, including, C’est Si Bon and Beauty Inside. Meanwhile, Lotte Entertainment and director Park Hong Sik, the creator of films My Mother is a Mermaid, Swords Women, and drama My Sweet Seoul, have come together to present the film. The filming will promptly begin after the final casting has been confirmed. Source: Osen cr: koreaboo
@bashful_harmony.. i'm sorry if i'm wrong.. just rely google translate Haeeohwa tell about frustation, sadness, and sympathy aspiring gisaeng (HJ will sing and dance) dealing with the hard times of the 1930s. Gisaeng, sometimes referred as Haeeohwa, "a flower that understans word/language".