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  1. Sul Gyung Gu 설경구

    Source: Jason Bechervaise @Jasebechervaise I saw PEPPERMINT CANDY in 4K yesterday. Absolutely stunning, a true masterpiece that needs to be seen on the big screen. Part of me wants to go back to the early 2000s & rediscover New Korean Cinema. #박하사탕
  2. 4/22 Finally some good photos to share ~ our MJBH having funtime with their buddy and his daughter. A glimpse of JH with his Appa & Omma would be awesome, right! Photos: Hyunseok Choi @hyunseokch
  3. 4/22 Finally some good photos to share ~ BHMJ having funtime with their buddy and his daughter. A glimpse of JH with his Appa & Omma would be awesome, right! Photos: Hyunseok Choi @hyunseokch
  4. April 20, 2018 "The Fortress" Starring Lee Byung-hun Releases on Amazon, Google Play And iTunes May 1, 2018 Credit: CJ Entertainment via HanCinema.net "The Fortress" Starring Lee Byung-hun Releases on Amazon, Google Play And iTunes May 1, 2018 From "Miss Granny" Director, Hwang Dong-hyuk CJ Entertainment is releasing "The Fortress", a period drama featuring popular South Korean actor, Lee Byung-hun, best known for "Magnificent Seven" and "Terminator Genisys" on Amazon, Google Play, and iTunes on May 1, 2018. This title played in 18 cities across the U.S. and Canada last Fall. It was the main feature of Korean Film Days at the Asian World Film Festival in Los Angeles, and also opened at the London East Asia Film Festival (LEAFF) in London last year. The cost is $14.99 to purchase High Definition (HD), $9.99 to purchase Standard Definition (SD), $4.99 to rent High Definition (HD), and $3.99 to rent Standard Definition (SD). "The Fortress" is set in 1636, when the Chinese Qing Dynasty has invaded Korea with 150,000 troops. The Korean court flees the capital to take shelter in the Namhan Fortress, located in treacherous mountains outside the city. The Qing army, led by General Yong Gol Dae, quickly surrounds the fortress, leaving the king and the court stranded in a prolonged standoff. For a truce, the Qing general makes a humiliating proposal that they send the Crown Prince out as hostage. Unable to move forward or fight the enemy they are outnumbered by, the people of the fortress start dying from cold and hunger. The king now faces an impossible choice between protecting his people and standing up to those looking to destroy them. This film is directed by esteemed director Hwang Dong-hyuk ("Miss Granny", "Silenced", "My Father"). His 2014 hit Korean comedy, "Miss Granny" (Chinese version) reached $55M in the box office and has been remade for Japan, Vietnam, and several other countries. It was remade in English with Tyler Perry's 34th Street Films and in Spanish with Eugenio Derbez's 3pas Studios. Hwang's new period drama also stars Kim Yun-seok ("Will You Be There", "The Priests", "Haemoo"), Park Hae-il ("The Last Princess", "A Muse", "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon") and Go Soo ("The Royal Tailor", "Way Back Home", "The Front Line"). Source: CJ Entertainment USA @CJENT_USA THE FORTRESS will be available on Amazon, iTunes and Google Play soon! Are you excited to watch this epic movie at home? Check out the link below to learn more about THE FORTRESS!
  5. April 20, 2018 "The Fortress" Starring Lee Byung-hun Releases on Amazon, Google Play And iTunes May 1, 2018 Credit: CJ Entertainment via HanCinema.net "The Fortress" Starring Lee Byung-hun Releases on Amazon, Google Play And iTunes May 1, 2018 From "Miss Granny" Director, Hwang Dong-hyuk CJ Entertainment is releasing "The Fortress", a period drama featuring popular South Korean actor, Lee Byung-hun, best known for "Magnificent Seven" and "Terminator Genisys" on Amazon, Google Play, and iTunes on May 1, 2018. This title played in 18 cities across the U.S. and Canada last Fall. It was the main feature of Korean Film Days at the Asian World Film Festival in Los Angeles, and also opened at the London East Asia Film Festival (LEAFF) in London last year. The cost is $14.99 to purchase High Definition (HD), $9.99 to purchase Standard Definition (SD), $4.99 to rent High Definition (HD), and $3.99 to rent Standard Definition (SD). "The Fortress" is set in 1636, when the Chinese Qing Dynasty has invaded Korea with 150,000 troops. The Korean court flees the capital to take shelter in the Namhan Fortress, located in treacherous mountains outside the city. The Qing army, led by General Yong Gol Dae, quickly surrounds the fortress, leaving the king and the court stranded in a prolonged standoff. For a truce, the Qing general makes a humiliating proposal that they send the Crown Prince out as hostage. Unable to move forward or fight the enemy they are outnumbered by, the people of the fortress start dying from cold and hunger. The king now faces an impossible choice between protecting his people and standing up to those looking to destroy them. This film is directed by esteemed director Hwang Dong-hyuk ("Miss Granny", "Silenced", "My Father"). His 2014 hit Korean comedy, "Miss Granny" (Chinese version) reached $55M in the box office and has been remade for Japan, Vietnam, and several other countries. It was remade in English with Tyler Perry's 34th Street Films and in Spanish with Eugenio Derbez's 3pas Studios. Hwang's new period drama also stars Kim Yun-seok ("Will You Be There", "The Priests", "Haemoo"), Park Hae-il ("The Last Princess", "A Muse", "Arrow, The Ultimate Weapon") and Go Soo ("The Royal Tailor", "Way Back Home", "The Front Line").
  6. Source: The Magnificent Seven
  7. Production Company: Studio Dragon // Wikipedia Unofficial FB? @tvNmrsunshine MR.SUNSHINE stills by @odastill // GRAPHYODA
  8. Source: CJ Entertainment USA @CJENT_USA THE FORTRESS will be available on Amazon, iTunes and Google Play soon! Are you excited to watch this epic movie at home? Check out the link below to learn more about THE FORTRESS! https://t.co/KvYeiLBYVC
  9. Clear images of MR.SUNSHINE stills by @odastill // GRAPHYODA
  10. Clip: tvN @tvn_joy 'You were really courageous, well done'
  11. English subs for episode 1 has been uploaded on Subscene! Hope the subs for ep2 will be available this weekend ~ April 20, 2018 Park Shin Hye And So Ji Sub Talk About The Things That Make Them Happy Source: Soompi by K. Lew On the April 20 episode of tvN’s “Little House in the Forest,” Park Shin Hye and So Ji Sub talked about the joys in life. Park Shin Hye was asked to pick something in her daily life that makes her truly happy, to which she answered, “I’m happy when my family and I divide into teams and go bowling, or when I go fishing with my family.” The actress explained, “I endure difficult times with my family. The second [thing that makes me happy] are my friends.” She then added, “Sometimes when I can’t be comforted by people, my pets comfort me. I’m happy when I feel the soft fur of my cat on my fingertips.” Park Shin Hye also emphasized the importance of feeling happy, as she commented, “There are times when my confidence is low, but through the things that make me happy, I feel like I’m living a healthy life. But sometimes when I’m busy, I forget about the small joys in life and complain.” So Ji Sub was also asked what makes him happy, and he responded that his bed really makes him happy. After being lost in thought for a while, he added, “I always try to be happy and enjoy life, but I question whether this kind of happiness is okay for me to have. I find the answer to that question difficult.” He then explained, “That doesn’t mean I’m someone who feels unhappy. I don’t know if I’m being too serious about this, but I think this is something that I need to figure out in the future. I’ll continue to think about it.” So Ji Sub also commented, “I drink with others sometimes, but I enjoy drinking alone. When I’m with others, I end up concentrating on them. But when I drink alone, I can focus solely on myself.” Source (1) (2)
  12. THE FORTRESS promotions in Japan has started ~ Source: 映画会社 ツイン @movietwin2
  13. So Ji Sub 소지섭 - Best Korean Actor & Rapper -

    April 20, 2018 April Movie Actor Brand Reputation Rankings Revealed Source: Soompi by C. Hong On April 21, the Korean Business Research Institute published the April results for brand reputation rankings among movie actors. The Institute analyzed 168,451,438 sources of data from 50 film actors during the period between March 19 to April 20. The amount of data was a 9.92 percent decrease from last month’s rankings. Just like last month, Son Ye Jin ranked first with a score of 13,803,906. This is a 23.35 percent increase from last month’s score, and the boost is likely from the success of her JTBC drama “Pretty Noona Who Buys Me Food.” April was a strong month for actresses, as Lee El and Song Ji Hyo rounded out the Top 3 with scores of 10,065,225 and 9,883,375 respectively. The two actresses starred in the recently released film “What A Man Wants” together. The top 30 rankings are as follows: 1. Son Ye Jin 2. Lee El 3. Song Ji Hyo 4. Gong Yoo 5. So Ji Sub 6. Lee Sun Gyun 7. Jang Dong Gun 8. Yoo Ah In 9. Kim Myung Min 10. Lee Sung Min 11. Lee Byung Hun 12. Ryu Jun Yeol 13. Lee Seung Gi 14. Lee Jong Suk 15. Park Seo Joon 16. Kwak Do Won 17. Kim Ok Bin 18. Oh Yeon Seo 19. Shin Ha Kyun 20. Lee Soon Jae 21. Im Soo Jung 22. Kim Tae Ri 23. Kim Soo Hyun 24. Jung Woo Sung 25. Ma Dong Seok 26. Kim Tae Hoon 27. Lee Jung Jae 28. Lee Joon Hyuk 29. Go Chang Suk 30. Park Sun Young Source (1) (2)
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