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Peppermint Candy, Silmido, Public Enemy, Lost in Love, Fight
I checked the Official List at least 3x and cannot believe that todate no thread has been started for this fine Korean actor. He has been really underrated ! The reason may be because he has been acting mainly in movies and not drama, the latter being the one with broader outreach to the masses.


Birthdate : 1st May 1968

Height : 178 cm

Weight : 72 kg

University : Hanyang University

Debut work : 연극 '심바새매'(1993)

Websites : http://www.sulkyounggu.com/



I WISH I HAD A WIFE 나도 아내가 있었으면 좋겠다 (2001)

PUBLIC ENEMY 공공의 적 (2001)

OASIS 오아시스 (2002)

JAIL BREAKERS 광복절 특사 (2002)

SILMIDO 실미도 (2003)

RIKIDOZAN 역도산 (2004)


LOST IN LOVE 사랑을 놓치다 (2006)


VOICE OF A MURDERER 그 놈 목소리 (2006)

FIGHT 싸움 (2007)

PUBLIC ENEMY 3 공공의 적 3 '강철중' (2008)

HAEUNDAE 해운대 (2009)

My Love By My Side (2009)

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Synopsis : credit http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr

Yong-ho is a crazy forty year-old man who shows up unexpectedly at the twentieth reunion of former factory workers. The film goes on a time travel as seven past episodes of Young-ho's personal life reveal a link to twenty years of social and economic changes in Korea.

Official site : http://www.peppermintcandy.co.kr/

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The Legend of Gingko 단적비연수 (2000)

Related movie site : http://movie.daum.net/movieInfo?mkey=2268

Link to trailer : http://movie.daum.net/movieInfo?mkey=2268&mode=5

Link to photos : http://movie.daum.net/movieInfo?mkey=2268&mode=4

Synopsis :

Two rival tribes, Hawk and Volcano, battle against each other until Hawk, cursed by the Mountain God, is cast away to the wastelands. Several generations pass and two lovers from each tribe, Han and Soo fall in love and give birth to a daughter, Bee. However the family is parted through Soo’s attempt to conquer the world by killing Bee, who is bestowed with the secret of the Mountain God. Han takes Bee away to his own tribe the Volcanoes, which he once deserted for love, to save his daughter. Now a Volcano, Bee makes friends with warriors Dan, Jok and Yon. As an eclipse which will awake God’s sword draws near, the Mountain God summons Bee. In order to put a stop to all the death and destruction wreaked upon her beloved family, friends and tribe, Bee decides to leave.







PUBLIC ENEMY 공공의적 (2001)


Synopsis (credit http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr) :

(1) KANG Chul-joong is a detective who is more vicious than a gangster. His unorthodox methods and work habits single him out for criticism from his superiors. While investigating a murder, he comes across a killer named Gyu-hwan. Gyu-hwan looks like a gentleman, working as a fund manager at a respected company, but in fact he is a heartless murderer who never leaves any traces behind. As Detective Kang gets on Gyu-hwan’s tail, it becomes a fight to the final showdown.

(2) KANG Cheol-joong, a most promising and righteous prosecutor, prefers to be at the scene of a crime rather than sitting for a desk job. He naturally takes part in most of the stakeouts. When given the case of HAN Sang-woo, the future chairman of Myung-sun foundation, he feels that something very dangerous is about to happen. What’s more, the one involved in this case is none other than his high school classmate Sang-woo who was always one step ahead him…

I WISH I HAD A WIFE 나도 아내가 있었으면 좋겠다 (2001)

Related movie site : http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr/KOFIC/Channel?...&pageSize=5

Link to trailer : http://movie.daum.net/movieInfo?mkey=2442&mode=5

Link to photos : http://movie.daum.net/movieInfo?mkey=2442&mode=4

Synopsis from http://www.koreanfilm.org/kfilm01.html#wife

Long before this film hit the theaters, I Wish I Had a Wife drew interest for its pairing of two of Korea's most respected stars: Sol Kyung-gu (Peppermint Candy) and Jeon Do-yeon (Happy End). In their first crack at romantic comedy, Sol and Jeon take on parts which, although lacking the emotional extremes of their previous roles, form the very heart of this charming film.

Sol plays a lovesick bank teller who can't get marriage off his mind. He records videos for his future wife, telling her how curious he is to find out who she will turn out to be. When he meets a former classmate (played by Jin Hee-kyung), he thinks he's finally found his match. Jeon, meanwhile, plays a teacher who works across the street from his bank. After a few accidental meetings, she works up the courage to ask him out, but is rudely rebuffed.

This is the debut work of director Park Heung-shik, who worked as assistant director to Hur Jin-ho for Christmas in August (1998). The influence of the latter film can be seen in I Wish I Had a Wife: in its visual style, its grounding in everyday life, and also in a subtle reworking of Christmas's famous umbrella scene.

At times the film's music recalls a Sleepless in Seattle or When Harry Met Sally, but I Wish I Had a Wife is a much different kind of movie. Content to revel in the ordinary, it lingers on unimportant details and its heroes' various quirks. Although at times this comes at the expense of plot, it imparts to the film a sense of honesty, as well as an unhurried pleasure. By the latter half of the film we begin to feel quite intimate with the characters.

Ultimately this movie feels like a comfortable old pair of jeans. While it makes little effort to leap out and grab one's attention, viewers will be pulled in by its light humor and the way it makes its characters' lives feel so familiar. (Darcy Paquet)

From http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr:

KIM Bong-soo is a manager at a small bank in an apartment complex. During his three years there- no, for 23 years if you count his school days, he has never once been late. However, he purposely decides to skip work one day. There is only one reason. Inside a subway train that has suddenly stopped on his way to work, everyone else around him reaches for their cell phones to call someone. At that moment, he realizes that he does not have a single person to call. However, he does not know that in the educational center across the street from his bank, there is a 27-year-old woman named Won-ju who is nurturing a small love for him. Bong-soo and Won-ju run into each other every day, at the ramen restaurant, at the bank, at the bus station... All kinds of trivial incidents occur but Bong-soo still does not truly recognize Won-ju's presence. One day, while looking over the bank's CCTV tapes, Bong-soo discovers someone pitifully calling out his name to the small, closed-circuit camera that does not even record sound…




JAIL BREAKERS 광복절특사 (2002)


OASIS (2002)

Official site : www.cjent.co.kr/oasis/main.htm

Related movie site : http://movie.daum.net/movieInfo?mkey=3711

Link to trailer : http://movie.daum.net/movieInfo?mkey=3711&mode=5

Link to photo gallery : http://movie.daum.net/movieInfo?mkey=3711&mode=4





SILMIDO (2003)

Official site : www.silmido2003.co.kr

Related movie site : http://movie.daum.net/movieInfo?mkey=34452&mode=4









RIKIDOZAN 역도산 (2004) - Rikidozan: A Hero Extraordinary

Related movie site : http://movie.daum.net/movieInfo?mkey=36671

Link to trailers : http://movie.daum.net/movieInfo?mkey=36671&mode=5

Link to photo gallery : http://movie.daum.net/movieInfo?mkey=36671&mode=4

Link to New York Times page - http://movies.nytimes.com/movie/325659/Rikidozan/overview



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Guest Soy

gahh i can't wait for his new movie with tae hee, he is indeed a well respected and a great actor, so many great movies from him

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I don't know if he is married. And I think I would be the only want to think SGG and KTH is a good match (all of KTH's fans fan her with KRW) But some of this pics is just so sweet. I guess no deeper meaning




He usually made her laugh a lot, every time they goes together

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June 19, 2008

Sul 'Returns' as Kang Cheol-jung

By Lee Hyo-won

Staff Reporter


Actor Sul Kyoung-gu, front, resumes his role as hardball detective

in "Public Enemy Returns." / Courtesy of CJ Entertainment

This year has so far marked the return of many screen heroes, such as Indiana Jones and Rambo ― and the antihero Kang Cheol-jung. In "Public Enemy Returns," Sul Kyoung-gu ("Public Enemy," 2002; "Another Public Enemy," 2005) brazenly exhibits his sixth sense for acting as the diehard detective. Cheol-jung does not let his boss ― or the audience ― down in this funny, street-smart sequel, which also raises some critical social issues.

With disheveled hair, an unwashed windbreaker and a scar here and there, Cheol-jung is always diving headfirst into crime scenes. After 15 years of close calls with death, he's seen and done it all. The most notorious criminals sheepishly surrender to this thug of a man, who recklessly beats men twice his size, referees duels between schoolboys and openly accepts small bribes.

And of course, when a situation calls for good cop, bad cop tactics, we can guess the role Cheol-jung takes. But it's hard not to develop an affinity for this flawed man, who's seen getting seriously offended by a third grader's joke and submitting to his little daughter.

In "Return," Cheol-jung is the same disheartened man. He decides to quit once and for all when he is unable to get a proper bank loan for his house. His boss, detective Um (Kang Sin-il), files away the resignation form with a dozen more such "whines" from Cheol-jung. But he's serious this time.

However, a high school murder case draws Cheol-jung back into the task force ― or more precisely, the promise of a retirement grant does. A 17-year-old boy, the head of a gang of troublemakers, is found dead in his classroom. What appears to have been a skirmish among juvenile delinquents, however, takes an unexpected twist when the dead boy's fingerprints match those found in an unsolved homicide.

While investigating the dead boy's friends, Cheol-jung senses that their new boss, Geoseong Group CEO Lee Won-sul (Jung Jae-young), may be involved. Cheol-jung learns that the convict-turned-businessman brainwashes schoolboys and molds them into little devilish tools of murder. Their underage status prevents their fingerprints in crime scenes from being detected, and when they do get caught, their zeal for Geoseong keeps them quiet.

But Cheol-jung does not back down, and is determined to annihilate the public enemy. Continuing the tradition of the "Public Enemy" franchise, "Returns" eschews the cat-and-mouse game typical to the detective genre, and the battle between Cheol-jung and Won-sul is more like one between two dogs.

The film is well crafted, with complex layers of narrative unfolding in an organic form, interjected with just the right amount of comic relief. Compared to its rather grave prequels, "Returns" is much more determined to make you laugh, particularly by downright making fun of the police.

Yet some might find this movie more disturbing than previous ones as it involves teenage crime. Angst-ridden troublemakers, Cheol-jung says, will become either thugs or cops. Cheol-jung does manage to dissuade a few kids from becoming felons. But what will happen to them for sure, nobody knows. It is a bittersweet reminder of the soaring number of underage offenses in Korea.

The beauty of the movie lies in the unforgettable glances, grimaces and gestures of the actors. The magical casting does not end with Sul and Jung, but includes other eccentrically talented actors such as Lee Mun-sik, Kang Sin-il, and Yoo Hye-jin, and charismatic veteran Moon Sung-keun also makes a brief appearance. Fresh young actors also dazzle the silver screen with their uninhibited acting.

Great expectations for the film are reflected by the crowded press screening and overbooked public previews, where at one Seoul theater, people were willing to sit on the aisle steps to catch the flick before its box office release. High anticipation is of course displayed by the palpable PPL (product placement) ― advertisements ranging from drinks and restaurants to cell phones.

"Returns" currently tops the online reservation ranking ― the first Korean movie in 11 weeks to do so since "The Guard Post" ("GP506"), according to major portal site Maxmovie and the Korean Film Council. Big Hollywood movies trail behind, including Dreamworks animation "Kung Fu Panda" and "The Incredible Hulk." This may be an auspicious sign for the struggling Korean film industry, which marked a record low in May.

Now showing in theaters. 15 and over. 125 minutes. No English subtitles. CJ Entertainment.

Credits: hyowlee@koreatimes.co.kr


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Two thumbs for him, he is another song Kang Ho ,, great i like Public enemy the sEries it's so Cool

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Haeundae 해운대 (2009)

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Source : http://www.hancinema.net/-kang-cheol-jung-...ndae-14126.html

'Kang Cheol-jung' Seol Kyeong-gu, next work is 10 billion won project "Haeundae"

2008/06/12 | Source | Permalink | Share this news

Seol Kyeong-gu has returned in seven years as detective Kang Chul-joong in "Public Enemy Returns" which premieres on the 19th. His next work will be the blockbuster "Haeundae".

The movie "Haeundae" will start test filming in August.

A representative of "Haeundae" said, "Seol Kyeong-gu's role has been confirmed. We will start filming in Haeundae in August, when people start gathering there".

"Haeundae" is a blockbuster prepared by Director Yoon Je-kyoon, who directed "Sex Is Zero" and "Miracle on 1st Street". It is about a tsunami that covers Pusan Haeundae. Ten billion won has been invested, and Ha Ji-won will be in it.

Seol Kyeong-gu plays a father with two children, and will act as a father once again following "Voice of Murderer" and "Public Enemy Returns".

Hans Uhlig, the computer graphic supervisor for "The Perfect Storm" and "The Day After Tomorrow", will help in "Haeundae". There is anticipation for a realistic portrayal.

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Thursday, 21 August 2008

CJ blows up a storm with "Haeundae"

Written by Han Sunhee



SEOUL -- CJ Entertainment will bankroll and co-produce "Haeundae," a disaster movie with one of the largest ever budgets for a Korean movie.

The company announced on Wednesday that it will provide the entire financing for the movie and act as co-producer.

Helmed by Yoon Je-kyun ("Sex Is Zero"), pic began lensing on August 18 at a beach in the southern city of Busan, familiar to visitors of the Pusan festival. Story follows events after the tourist resort is struck by a giant tsunami.

Pic is also getting attention for its star casting. Talent line-up is headed by Ha Ji-won ("Duelist"), Sul Kyung-goo ("Public Enemy Returns"), Park Joong-hoon ("Radio Star") and Uhm Jung-hwa ("Seducing Mr. Perfect".)

Polygon Entertainment ("The Perfect Storm" "Tomorrow") is set to work on CGI. After conventional lensing in Busan is wrapped, crew will head to the U.S. in November for special effects photography. Pic will be wrapped in December and released in the summer of 2009.

Source: Variety Asia


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Now koreran internet in this pics is popular hot issue. :lol:

29th Blue Dragon Film Awards Redcarpet Funny pics.

Seol Kyung-Ku is watch to our Han Ye Seul.har har B):D

after he running to Redcarpet photo press state. :D

pics is so so fuuny.kiki :P








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Credits Melusine.

JUN Ji-hyun and SUL Kyung-gu portrayed greatest characters

--Yi Ch'ang-ho (KOFIC)

Major Korean film magazine Movieweek polled to find out who Koreans regard as the ten greatest screen personas. JUN Ji-hyun's role in My Sassy Girl claimed the top spot for greatest female character with 21% of the votes. 25% votes for SUL Kyung-gu's character in the Public Enemy trilogy secured SUL the greatest male character title.

In close pursuit of SUL is CHOI Min-sik's Old Boy character (20%). SONG Kang-ho's Memories of Murder character came in third (11%).

The top three for women is completed by second placed LIM Soo-jung (19%) for her role in I'm a Cyborg, but That's Ok, and third seed LEE Young-ae. LEE's performance in Sympathy for Lady Vengeance earned her 13% of the votes.

Movieweek compiled another Korea's greatest characters list by itself. This unranked list consists of: SHIN Ha-kyun (Save the Green Planet), LIM Won-hee (Dachimawa Lee), KIM Jung-eun (Marrying the Mafia), KONG Hyo-jin (Crush and Blush), MOON So-ri (A Good Lawyer's Wife), LEE Jun-ki (King and the Clown), JANG Jin-young (Singles), and YEA Ji-won (Old Miss Diary).







1. Kang Cheol-Jung 25%

<Public Enemy series> Seol Kyung-Gu

2. Oh Dae-Soo 20%

<Old Boy> Choi Min-Shik


3. Park Du-Man 11%

<Memories of Murder> Song Kang-Ho

4. Yun Tae-Gu 10%

<The Good, The Bad, The Weird> Song Kang-Ho


5. Jo Pil-Jung 8%

<No. 3> Song Kang-Ho

6. Cho-Won 6.5%

<Marathon> Jo Seung-woo


7. Mr. Kim 6%

<My Teacher Mr. Kim> Cha Seung-Won

8. Seok-Joong 5.5%

<You Are My Sunshine> Hwang Jung-Min


9. Pyung Gyung-Jang 5%

<Tazza> Baek Yoon-Shik

10. Dong Chi-Sung 3%

<Someone Special> Jung Jae-Young


1. Her 21%

<My Sassy Girl> Jeon Ji-Hyun

2. Young-Gun 19%

<I'm a Cyborg, But That's Okay> Im Soo-Jung


3. Geum-Ja 13%

<Sympathy for Lady Vengeance> Lee Young-Ae

4. Madam Jung 11%

<Tazza> Kim Hye-Soo


5. Eun-Ha 7%

<You Are My Sunshine> Jeon Do-Yeon

6. Han Yi-Yeon 6.5%

<Someone Special> Lee Na-Young


7. Hanna 6.2%

<200 Pound Beauty> Kim Ah-Joong

8. Cha Eun-Jin 6%

<My Wife is a Gangster> Shin Eun-Kyung


9. Mina 5.8%

<My Scary Girl> Choi Kang-Hee

10. Yeo-Il 4.5%

<Welcome to Dongmakgol> Kang Hye-Jung



Byung-Gu <Save the Green Planet!> | Shin Ha-Kyun

Dachimawa Lee <Dachimawa Lee> | Im Won-Hee

Jin-Kyung <Marrying the Mafia> | Kim Jung-Eun

Yang Mi-Sook <Crush & Blush> | Gong Hyo-Jin



Ho-Jung <A Good Lawyer's Wife> | Moon So-Ri

Gong-Gil <The King and the Clown> | Lee Jun-Ki

Na-Nan <Singles> | Jang Jin-Young

Mi-Ja <Old Miss Diary> | Yeh Ji-Won



Oh Dong-Gu <Like a Virgin> | Ryu Deok-Hwan

Yoo Tae-Hee <Take Care of My Cat> | Bae Doo-Na

Park Joong-Pil <Conduct Zero> | Ryu Seung-Beom

Jang Eun-Shik <Sex is Zero> | Im Chang-Jung








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Credits : kdramafanusa

Seol Kyung-Gu ( 설경구 / 薛景求 )

Date of Birth : 01-MAY-1968

Field : Actor

Related Links: Cine21


[KoreanFilm.org] Sol Kyung-gu (b. May 1, 1968) studied at Hanyang University Department of Film and Theater, and upon graduation appeared in numerous theatrical productions. In the mid-1990s he began taking on minor roles in feature films, but it was not until 1999 that he made his breakthrough with major roles in The Bird That Stops in the Air, Rainbow Trout, and above all else, Peppermint Candy. The critical acclaim and larger-than-expected popular appeal of this film instantly transformed Sol into one of the most respected young actors in Korea.

After the rather heavy-themed work of his early career, Sol then appeared in a mix of genre movies and more serious work. He starring in the romantic comedy I Wish I Had a Wife with Jeon Do-yeon in 2001, and then acted in a Japanese TV drama produced by NHK.

The year 2002 was huge for Sol, starring in three major films which effectively made him into one of the most popular actors in Korea. As a violent police detective in Public Enemy he won both local acting awards and many new fans as the film drew close to 3 million viewers. In August, he starred in Lee Chang-dong's highly acclaimed third film Oasis, which won the Best Director Award at the Venice Film Festival, and which won him yet more acting awards in Korea. Finally in November, he acted together with Cha Seung-won in the smash hit Jail Breakers by popular director Kim Sang-jin.

Sol continued his hot streak in 2003 when he starred in Silmido directed by Cinema Service founder Kang Woo-suk, which became the first Korean film in history to gross 10 million admissions. His next role was as the title character in Rikidozan, about the legendary ethnic Korean pro wrestler who became a national hero in Japan in the 1950s. Sol gained 20kg for the role and also delivered 95% of his lines in Japanese. Despite winning great praise for his performance, however, the film vastly underperformed on its local release.

In 2005, Sol starred in the sequel to Public Enemy, which ended up outgrossing the original, and also signed on to star in a melodramatic love story together with Song Yoon-ah.....

Filmography [KMDb/KOFIC]

Haeundae (2009)

Public Enemy Returns / Pubic Enemy 1-1 ( Kangchuljung ) (2008)

Venus and Mars ( Ssaum ) (2007)

Voice of a Murderer ( Gue-nom Mok-so-ri ) (2006)

Cruel Winter blues (Yeol-hyeol-nam-ah) (2006)

Lost in Love ( Sarang-eul Nochida ) (2005)

Another Public Enemy (Gonggong ui jeok 2) (2004)

Rikidozan: A Hero Extraordinary (Yeokdosan) (2004)

Silmido ( Silmido ) (2003)

No. 815 / Jail Breakers (Gwangbokjeol Teuksa) (2002)

Oasis ( Oasiseu ) (2002)

Public Enemy (2001)

I Wish I Had a Wife (Nado Anaega Isseoseumyeon Joketta) (2000)

The Legend of Gingko (Dan-Jeok-Bi-Yeon-Su) (2000)

The Bird Who Stops in the Air (Se nun Pyegokseoneul Geurinda) (1999)

Phantom, the Submarine (Yulyeong) (1999)

A Peppermint Candy (Baghasatang) (1999)

Rainbow Trout (Song-eo) (1999)

Girls' Night Out (Cheonyeodeul-ui jeonyeogsigsa) (1998)

A Petal (Kkoch-ip) (1996)

Love Story (Leobeuseutoli(Love story)) (1996)



International Film Festivals [KOFIC]

2008 Fribourg International Film Festival (Oasis) (Tribute to Lee Chang-dong)

2008 Fribourg International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) (Tribute to Lee Chang-dong)

2008 NatFilm Festival (Cruel Winter blues) (Asian Tiger)

2008 New York Asian Film Festival (Public Enemy Returns) (International Premieres)

2008 San Diego Asian Film Festival (Public Enemy Returns) ()

2007 Ankara International Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2007 Shanghai International Film Festival (Lost in Love ) (Non-Competition)

2007 Udine Far East Film Festival (Cruel Winter blues) ()

2006 Fukuoka Asian Film Festival (Lost in Love ) (Competition )

2006 Arsenals International Film Forum (Oasis) (KIM & Chi. The South Side )

2006 BLACK MOVIE festival de films des autres mondes (Oasis) (Bodies : a Chronicle )

2006 Bogota Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2006 Castellinaria International Festival of Films for Youth (Oasis) ()

2006 Newport Beach Film Festival (Rikidozan: A Hero Extraordinary) (Feature Film )

2006 Paris Cinema (Peppermint Candy) (New Korean Cinemas )

2006 the Tiger Eye Firecracker Showcase (Peppermint Candy) ()

2005 Fukuoka Asian Film Festival (Another Public Enemy) ()

2005 Deauville Asian Film Festival (Rikidozan: A Hero Extraordinary) (Panorama )

2005 Fantasia Film Festival (Another Public Enemy) (Korean Cinema )

2005 Fantasia Film Festival (Silmido) (Korean Cinema )

2005 Filmasia Film Festival (Another Public Enemy) (Focus on Korea )

2005 International Istanbul Film Festival (Oasis) (Korean Cinema )

2005 International Istanbul Film Festival (Silmido) (Korean Cinema )

2005 Tokyo International Film Festival (Rikidozan: A Hero Extraordinary) (Closing Screening)

2005 Transilvania International Film Festival (Silmido) (Supernova )

2005 Tribeca Film Festival (Rikidozan: A Hero Extraordinary) (Wide Angle )

2005 Udine Far East Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2005 Vesoul International Film Festival of Asian Cinema (Oasis) (Section thématique: Naitre et étre différent)

2005 Yubari International Fantastic Film Festival (Public Enemy) (Korean Cinema Special)

2004 Bergen International Film Festival (Silmido) ()

2004 Fantasia Film Festival (Jail Breakers) (Korean Cinema)

2004 Filmfest Hamburg (Silmido) ()

2004 Jakarta International Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2004 Jakarta International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2004 Las Palmas de Gran Canaria International Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2004 Louis Vuitton Hawaii International Film Festival (Silmido) (Eastern Showcase)

2004 Melbourne International Film Festival (Silmido) (Regional Focus)

2004 Palm Springs International Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2004 Portland International Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2004 Stockhom International Film Festival (Silmido) (아시아 이미지)

2004 Transilvania International Film Festival (Oasis) (Focus Korea)

2003 Auckland International Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2003 Barcelona Asian Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2003 Black Nights Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2003 Brisbane International Film Festival (Oasis) (Asia Pacific section)

2003 Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2003 Cairo International Film Festival (I Wish I Had a Wife ) ()

2003 Cairo International Film Festival (Jail Breakers) ()

2003 Cairo International Film Festival (Public Enemy) ()

2003 Cannes International Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2003 Chicago International Film Festival (Oasis) (World Cinema)

2003 Cinema Novo Festival (Oasis) ()

2003 Fantasia Film Festival (Public Enemy) (Faces of Korea)

2003 Fantasia Film Festival (The Legend of Gingko) (Faces of Korea)

2003 Focus on Asia Fukuoka International Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2003 Göteborg International Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2003 International Film Festival Rotterdam (Oasis) ()

2003 Jameson Dublin International Film Festival (Public Enemy) ()

2003 Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (Oasis) (Horizons-Awarded Films)

2003 Leeds International Film Festival (Oasis) (Wide World)

2003 Melbourne International Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2003 Munich International Film Festival(Filmfest Muenchen) (Oasis) ()

2003 NatFilm Festival (Oasis) ()

2003 Palm Springs International Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2003 Prague International Film Festival Febiofest (Peppermint Candy) ()

2003 San Francisco International Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2003 Seattle International Film Festival (Jail Breakers) ()

2003 Seattle International Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2003 Seattle International Film Festival (Public Enemy) ()

2003 Sofia International Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2003 Udine Far East Film Festival (Jail Breakers) ()

2002 Fukuoka Asian Film Festival (Public Enemy) ()

2002 Amsterdam Fantastic Film Festival (The Legend of Gingko) ()

2002 Brussels International Fantastic Film Festival (The Legend of Gingko) ()

2002 Fantasporto Oporto International Film Festival (I Wish I Had a Wife ) ()

2002 Shanghai International Film Festival (Public Enemy) ()

2002 The Times BFI London Film Festival (Oasis) (World Cinema)

2002 Tokyo FilmEx (Oasis) (Special Screening)

2002 Toronto International Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2002 Vancouver International Film Festival (Oasis) (Dragons and Tigers)

2002 Venice International Film Festival (Oasis) (Venezia 59)

2001 Barcelona Asian Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) (Guest Country Korea)

2001 Brisbane International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2001 Buenos Aires International Independent Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2001 Cleveland International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) (Asian Adventure)

2001 Moscow International Film Festival (The Legend of Gingko) ()

2001 NatFilm Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2001 New Directors/New Films Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2001 Portland International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2001 San Francisco International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2001 Shanghai International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2001 Shanghai International Film Festival (The Legend of Gingko) ()

2001 Udine Far East Film Festival (I Wish I Had a Wife ) ()

2000 Black Nights Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2000 Bratislava International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2000 Cannes International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2000 Chicago International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2000 Focus on Asia Fukuoka International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2000 Karlovy Vary International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2000 Montreal World Film estival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2000 The Times BFI London Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2000 Titanic Budapest International Filmfestival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2000 Tokyo International Film Festival (The Legend of Gingko) ()

2000 Toronto International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2000 Umea International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2000 Vancouver International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2000 Warsaw International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

2003 Seattle International Film Festival (Oasis) ()

2000 Bratislava International Film Festival (Peppermint Candy) ()

'Peppermint Candy', 'Oasis'


'Public Enemy', 'Silmido'


'Jail Breakers', 'Voice Of A Murderer'


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okay this is totally news

Sul Gyung Gu (41 ) getting married with Song Yoon ah (36) on 28th May

there will be a press confernce on 9th

설경구-송윤아, 5월28일 결혼

톱스타 설경구와 송윤아가 오는 28일 전격 결혼식을 올린다.

8일 측근에 따르면 송윤아와 설경구는 오는 28일 웨딩마치를 울릴 예정이다. 그간 남몰래 사랑을 키워온 두 사람은 최근 양가의 허락을 받아 결혼식 날짜를 잡았다.

이들은 결혼식을 앞두고 오는 9일 서울 리츠칼튼 호텔에서 결혼 관련 기자회견을 열 계획이다.


2002년 영화 '광복절 특사'의 남녀 주인공으로 처음 인연을 맺은 두 사람은 2006년 멜로영화 '사랑을 놓치다'에서 다시 남녀 주연을 맡은 바 있다.

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