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Now that it's already confirmedly announced, hopefully we will see Dir. Kim and his NomNomNom together at the Director's CUT award presentation next week. :blush: And who knows.. SKH, JWS & Byunghun-ssi might attend the event if they're free (and invited). :rolleyes: If I remember correctly from previous photos.. the event is a lot less formal, more of a casual gathering among directors and actors in the industry. Sure hope to see them all, as they're really close friends too. *pleasepleaseplease*

In the meantime, some more pics of Dir. Kim at the A-Awards on the 9th. :D There are still lots to check out.

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This photo.. if I'm not mistaken was during the 2005 (?) Director's Cut Award event. Dir. Kim attending the function with actor LBH. And if I'm right, this is the award that Lee Young Ae and Jeon Do Yeon (hope memory serves me right :sweatingbullets: ) won Best Actress together. Would appreciate any clarification on this.. rubie is very blurr obviously..

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December 11, 2008

2008 packed surprises - Top 5 Most Successful Films

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Data released by the Korean Film Council (KOFIC) on December 2, revealed a number of modest budgeted films in the top five of most successful films in 2008. However, the list is lead by the big budget blockbuster The Good, the Bad, and the Weird by KIM Jee-woon. The kimchi western attracted 7.03 million viewers, undoubtedly, partly due to the presence of the stars SONG Kang-ho, LEE Byung-hun, and JUNG Woo-sung.

Number two was 2008's biggest surprise, the sleeper hit The Chaser. NA Hong-jin’s low budget thriller mobilised 5 million Koreans. The Chaser, its director NA, and its leading actors KIM Yoon-suk and HA Jung-woo also received much critical acclaim along with major awards.

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KANG Woo-suk’s Public Enemy Returns accumulated 4.2 million spectators. SUL Kyung-gu reprised his role in the third instalment, this time pursuing a criminal played by JUNG Jae-young. JANG Jin delivered the screenplay of the third most popular film.

Forever the Moment, became one of the rare blockbuster Korean sports films. The handball film is directed by YIM Soon-rye and her line-up includes MOON So-ri, KIM Jung-eun, and EUM Tae-woong. The veteran women’s team with Olympic ambitions scored 4 million tickets.

Historically themed films perform on average well in the Korean market. KIM Yoo-jin’s The Divine Weapon reached 2008’s fifth place by recording an attendance number of 3.75 million. The Divine Weapon is JUNG Jae-young’s second film in the top five. His and HAN Eun-jung’s characters are crucial in the defence of the Joseon dynasty against invaders.

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More small budget films performed impressively, in particular, CHANG’s horror film Death Bell, and JANG Hoon’s action drama Rough Cut.

Credits: Yi Ch’ang-ho (KOFIC), captures from empas.com

http://www.koreanfilm.or.kr/KOFIC/Channel/

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October 15, 2006

11th Pusan International Film Festival - Premiere Rising Star Awards

Dir. Kim presenting the award to actress Im Soo Jung. They had 'Tale of 2 Sisters' together. :blush:

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Still trying to find some more pics from this event, hope others can share.. too. :blush: I love ISJ, would love to see her in another KJW movie with LBH perhaps. :wub: Maybe Dir. Kim could try his hands on something really romantic instead.. a feel-good rom-com.. huh.. huh.. I'd be the happiest if this hoopless, wishful thinking becomes a reality. FAINTS.

With Dir. KJW.. well.. you'd never know. :rolleyes: :blush:

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hula_hula_girl.gif Our Dir. Kim Jee Woon has had the honour to be invited to the Hawaii International Film Festival for the screening of his two movies, 'A Bittersweet Life' in 2005 and especially for 'The Good, The Bad, The Weird' recently in October, 2008 that he was presented with the Maverick Award.

However.. here are some pics from the trip he made in 2005 with actor, Lee Byung Hun.

October 22, 2005 - 25th Louis Vuitton Hawaii International Film Festival

"A Bittersweet Life" Press Conference

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cute ALOHA caps copied from wireimage.com ^^

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October 24, 2005 - "A Bittersweet Life" HIFF Premiere

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Would always, always.. always anticipating & hoping for someone to share a better gist :blush:

December 13, 2008

[2008 무비 어워드] 올 한해 가장 사랑받았던 영화는?

일간스포츠 기사전송 2008-12-13 08:34 | 최종수정 2008-12-13 09:05

[2008 Movie Awards] This year's most loved movies?

[JES] Year 2008 is leaving with about two weeks left. What are our members this year patjji Have you seen the most fun? This year, the research movie in the patjji was flat. Total to week held a total of 1012 participants.

So the results into a go-go ~

[JES] 2008년이 어느덧 보름정도 남았네요. 올 한해 우리 팟찌 회원들은 어떤 영화를 가장 재미있게 보셨나요? 올해도 어김없이 팟찌에서 무비리서치를 진행했습니다. 총 일주일간 진행된 리서치에 총 1012분께서 응모해주셨네요.

그럼 결과 속으로 고고~

1. 올해 내가 본 최고의 국내영화는?

1. The best I've ever seen in the movie?

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1위는 역시 올 한해 국내 영화제를 싹쓸이했던 [추격자]가 40%의 득표로 차지했습니다. 하정우와 김윤석이라는 멋진 영화배우들을 재발견하게 해 주었으며, 신인감독의 작품이라는 데 또 한번 놀라게 했던 영화지요.

2위는 우리 눈을 즐겁게 해주었던 [좋은놈 나쁜놈 이상한놈]이 18%로 차지했습니다. 나이가 들수록 더욱 '간지'나는 정우성, 한류스타일 수 밖에 없는 이병헌, 그리고 연기의 '신'이라고 감히 말하고 싶은 송강호가 돋보였습니다. 또한 이 영화의 김지운 감독은 감독들이 뽑은 올해 최고의 감독으로 선정되는 영광까지 누렸죠.

3위는 우리를 감동으로 눈물짓게 한, 실화를 바탕으로 만들어진 [우리 생애 최고의 순간]이 차지했습니다. 얼마 전 대한민국 영화대상에서 여우조연상을 받은 김지영씨 대리수상을 한 남편 남성진의 수상소감이 기억나네요. 김지영씨의 체력을 엄청나게 강화시켜준 임순례 감독에게 가장 감사하다는.. ^^

2. This year's best foreign film? [X]

3. With the original of the film, the original movie, best adaptation? [X]

4. The best couple in the movie? [X]

5. The rookie to look out for the next year, a movie actor? [X]

Source: news.empas.com

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Downright blurr and very slow rubes :sweatingbullets: .. just saw the Blue Dragon clip for the Best Director Award announcement. It's so cool to see my other fave.. Lee Jung Jae-ssi presenting with Jung Woo Sung. And when the Good Nom opened the envelope for the winner's name, he had this delightful chuckle.. obviously. :lol: And just before that Lee Byung Hun was presenting the Maximum Audience award for GBW as well. ^^

As Dir. Kim wasn't around to receive the award, it was Song Kang Ho-ssi who went up instead (he probably realized that he had to be on standby since he was seated very near to the stage.. as well as getting ready to go backstage to present the Best Actor award). It's heartwarmingly cool to see the 3 Noms being featured in this clip for this particular award.. JWS announcing the Best Director Award recipient, SKH accepting it on behalf and LBH-ssi, sitting in the audience, watching so intently.

GBW has had it's successful run in Korea in 2008.. all the way into the Top 10 Korean Movies' Hall of Fame.. the cool director and his fabulous NOMs had shared such awesome experience filming & showcasing the movie.. especially in Cannes. Even when he didn't make it to the Blue Dragon.. the 3 muskateers.. whoops.. I mean.. NOMs.. were all there for him. :blush:

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Source: news.empas.com

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November 25, 2008 - Excerpt from Lee Byunghun's interview on CNN.com

The movie hits on a trifecta: It stars three of South Korea's leading actors (Lee is joined on screen by Song Kang-ho and Jung Woo-sung), has a massive $17 million budget and is helmed by the award-winning Kim.

With stunning wide shots of endless horizons filmed in China's Gobi Desert and edge-of-your-seat action from start to finish, Kim's homage to Sergio Leone's 1966 classic "The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly," with more than a hint of "Indiana Jones" delivers a steady stream of adrenaline.

Lee says his character was perfected through several conversations, discussions and arguments with Kim, a close friend who also directed him in 2005's "A Bittersweet Life."

Everybody has bad characters in their mind, even if it may be small or in their subconscious, Lee explains, referring to his preparation for the role. "Of course, I have that kind of character inside of me, I think. So, I amplified my bad side. But the main thing is the mind, I think, which comes from the inside," he told CNN.

This role is the screen idol's latest step in a slow break out from "type," since his turn as an enforcer for an underworld boss in the film noir "A Bittersweet Life."

November 16, 2008

Dir. Kim Ji Woon & Byunghun-ssi in London during the 3rd London-UK Film Festival recently.

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Photo courtesy AboutLBH

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16 Dec 2008, last movie award event of the year, 11th Director's CUT Awards

◇제11회 디렉터스 컷 어워드(Director’s CUT Awards) 부문별 수상자(작) 명단. Winners' List

▲감독상=김지운(좋은 놈 나쁜 놈 이상한 놈, 이하 놈놈놈)

Best Director = Kim Ji Woon (GBW)

▲제작자상=김기덕(영화는 영화다) 박찬욱(미쓰 홍당무)

Best Producer = Kim Ki Duk (Rough Cut) Park Chan Wook (Miss Carrot/Crush & Blush)

▲연기자상=하정우(추격자, 멋진하루) 공효진(미쓰 홍당무)

Best Actor/Actress = Ha Jung Woo (The Chaser, One Fine Day) Gong Hyo Jin (Miss Carrot/Crush & Blush)

▲신인감독상=나홍진(추격자)

Best New Director = Na Hong Jin (The Chaser)

▲신인연기자상=유아인(서양골동양과자점 앤티크) 서우(미쓰 홍당무)

Best New Actor/Actress = Yoo Ah In (Antique Bakery) Suh Woo (Miss Carrot/Crush & Blush)

▲독립영화감독상=정병길(우린 액션배우다)

Best Independent Film Director = Jung Byung Gil (Action Boys)

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The 11th Director’s Cut Awards

December 16th, 2008 // by javabeans

Yet more awards, as we get deeper into December: this time it’s the 11th Director’s Cut Awards, which were presented on December 16.

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Awards were determined based on a vote cast by approximately 200 film directors. Actors Ha Jung-woo and Gong Hyo-jin won nods for their roles in The Chaser and Crush and Blush, respectively. The Chaser and The Good, The Bad, The Weird also continued their winning streaks with more trophies. One new name to crop up in this list: Antique Bakery’s (and Strongest Chil Woo’s) baby-faced Yoo Ah-in.

Being mainly a director’s night, this ceremony has the distinction of being substantially less glamorous than the others we’ve seen and will be seeing. Personally, I can dig when the dress code of the night constitutes sneakers, jazzing up that hoodie with a jacket, and maybe trimming that goatee a bit.

Both Best Actor winners have been successful on the award market this year; Gong Hyo-jin won at the recent Korean Film Awards (which she attended with Ha Jung-woo), while Ha was named a “rising star” by Premiere for his role.

The Best Director award went to Kim Ji-woon for The Good, The Bad, The Weird, and his trio of lead actors were in attendance to congratulate him — Song Kang-ho, Lee Byung-heon, and Jung Woo-sung. rbhcool.gif

Meanwhile, The Chaser’s Na Hong-jin pulled in the award for Best New Director. It’s been a fabulous year for Na, who at the Korean Film Awards won not only Best New Director but also Best Director. He’s probably not done collecting awards yet, either.

WINNERS LIST

Best Director: Kim Ji-woon (The Good, The Bad, The Weird)

Best Producer: Park Chan-wook (Crush and Blush), Kim Ki-duk (A Movie Is a Movie)

Best Actor/Actress: Ha Jung-woo (The Chaser), Gong Hyo-jin (Crush and Blush)

Best New Director: Na Hong-jin (The Chaser)

Best New Actor/Actress: Yoo Ah-in (Antique Bakery), Seo Woo (Crush and Blush)

Indie Film Director: Jung Byung-gil (We’re Action Stars)

Kim Ji-woon won top honor for The Good, The Bad, The Weird

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Via My Daily with thanks to dramabeans.com, photos from various media-portals

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Previously at the London-Korean Film Festival (November 2008)

The big, the small, and the predictable

Is it a reflection on the current state of the Korean film industry that the films to be shown at the 52nd BFI London Film Festival don’t really surprise me? In previous years the organisers have managed to select films which are out of the ordinary, maybe one or two that I hadn’t heard of. This year? Well, I’m not complaining because we have the biggest Korean film of the year, an art-house stalwart and a mainstream horror flick. But let’s hope the Korean Film Festival at the Barbican in November fills in a few gaps.

The big one? The Good the Bad and the Weird, of course. Packed with stars (Song Kang-Ho, Lee Byung-Hun, Jung Woo-Sung), directed by one of Korea’s most stylish directors (Kim Ji-woon), it’s been Korea’s film of the year. With such a pedigree it’s tempting to go in to the film with unrealistically high expectations, in which case you might be disappointed. (Q at koreanfilm.org thought it “hobbled a bit” in his review in ohmynews). But as with all Kim Ji-woon’s films, you’ll be fine in expecting top-notch cinematography.

THE REST OF THE ARTICLE AT londonkoreanlinks.net

Kim Ji-woon in London: bigger, faster

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Friday night’s screening of The Good the Bad and the Weird (좋은 놈, 나쁜 놈, 이상한 놈, hereafter Nom Nom Nom) was followed by a screen talk with director Kim Ji-woon and actor Lee Byung-hun, chaired by Tony Rayns. Lee Byung-hun was late for the chat, either tied up with promotional activities for his upcoming films or maybe just lost in the Barbican labyrinth.

Rayns is the UK’s longest established expert on Korean film, and organised a Korean film festival at London’s Institute of Contemporary Arts almost 10 years before Jonathan Ross ever heard of Park Chan-wook. He knows many of the big names in Chungmuro personally, and has even conducted an interview with maverick director Jang Sun-woo half naked in a Korean sauna. So twenty minutes with critic and director, before the heartthrob actor arrived, was quality time.

Kim started by describing some of his influences in making the film. Clearly the film is a nod to Sergio Leone, but Lee Man-hee’s 1971 Manchurian western Break the Chain (쇠사슬을 끊어라) was of equal or greater importance. This is a film not widely known in the west and not currently available on DVD. According to Scott Foundas over at the LA Weekly, Break the Chain is a roaring comic Western, set during the Japanese occupation of Korea, in which a spy (whose wardrobe consists of a zebra-striped fur coat and battered fedora), a “trustworthy” hired assassin, an acrobatic escaped convict and a no-nonsense barmaid traverse a desert expanse in search of the coveted Buddha statue that bears the names of anti-Japanese resistance fighters. Packed with exuberant barroom brawls, allegiances that turn on a dime and a rogues’ gallery of wily self-preservationists, the picture suggests Hawks by way of Leone. And if that doesn’t sound to you like something close to movie heaven, may God have mercy on your soul.

Not a million miles away from Kim’s own film, then. Kim recalled how he handed out videos of Lee’s film, plus Mad Max, Road Warrior and Ben Hur, and told his production team he wanted Nom Nom Nom to be “bigger and faster” than all of them.

How did he feel about filming in North East China in temperatures of 40ºC, with the cast wearing winter clothes? Kim said that the main lesson learned was not to work with loads of horses and three big stars.

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Kim Ji-woon sported a poppy for armistice day

The 3 stars were carefully selected for their roles. The Good (Jung Woo-sung) apparently had to have long legs. The Bad (Lee Byung-hun) had to be able to sustain a more emotional, moodier persona, while the Weird (Song Kang-ho) would have to be a strong lead who could control the flow of the film. Kim said he tried to use different editing styles and camera angles for each character: Jung Woo-sung in general having longer shots and faster edits, Lee Byung-hun generally having slower edits, and Song Kang-ho benefiting from a mixture of techniques.

Each one of Kim’s films has been in a different genre. Kim modestly said that he’s trying to find out which genre he’s best at. On his to-do list are a spy movie, a Blade Runner style sci-fi movie, a dark thriller and a Coen Brothers style comedy.

The quality of questions from the floor reflected the growth of Film Studies as a discipline and the wider and deeper interest in Korean film in this country. When Park Chan-wook introduced Lady Vengeance to a London audience at the Curzon Soho a couple of years ago, questions from the floor – and indeed the chair – were embarrassingly shallow, showing little knowledge of Park’s back catalogue or the rest of Korean film more generally. This time around there were some diligent students who seemed to have selected Kim Ji-woon as a topic for an undergraduate project. At least one of them was digitally recording the session for his subsequent researches.

Rayns gave us the benefit of his long experience of the Asian film industry, for example recounting a story of chairing a discussion with Miike Takashi (“I make five films a year”) and Kim Ji-woon (“I make a film every five years”) about Miike’s remake of Kim’s Quiet Family.

In fact it was noted that four out of Kim’s five films have been, or are being, remade [1]. Kim was diplomatic about his attitude to remakes. Not having seen The Uninvited (the remake of Tale of Two Sisters) Kim wouldn’t comment specifically, but he suspected that the mood would be different from the original. Todd Brown at Twitch is less restrained.

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Tony Rayns, Lee Byung-hun, Kim Ji-woon and translator

Other students asked about the importance of the family in Kim’s films and why Korean film directors seemed particularly attracted to classical themes such as fairy tales and stories of revenge. Kim didn’t really answer these questions, though he said something non-committal about the importance of the family in Korean society. Maybe he didn’t agree with the premise of either question (he wouldn’t have been alone), and Rayns suggested the latter one would be better directed to a Korean film critic. Indeed, some people thought we were straying too far into the realm of next week’s essay topic for the film studies class, and were relieved when a fan asked Lee Byung-hun to sing us a song. (He declined).

The Q & A in fact offered something for everyone. Rayns helpfully provided background for the novice and asked some good mainstream questions of both actor and director, while fans and students alike were given the opportunity to pursue their own line of interest. And bloggers and roving photographers were able to record it for posterity. Thanks to the Korean Cultural Centre and the Barbican for making the evening possible.

And thanks to Jo Seong-hee for the photos.

Source: londonkoreanlinks.net

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2008 BEST COPY (character?)

The best copy means the best tagline.

BTW, it's rather off topic but do you know Kim Ji-Woon's older sister Kim Ji-sook is on Star's Lover? She plays Yu Ji-Tae's mother.

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The best copy means the best tagline.

BTW, it's rather off topic but do you know Kim Ji-Woon's older sister Kim Ji-sook is on Star's Lover? She plays Yu Ji-Tae's mother.

Hi lisante, welcome to the thread. So good to see you here.. and thanks so much for the clarification of the title, really appreciate that. :blush:

Wow.. that is great info to share about KJW's sister.. I read that she's a stage/musical actress, that is a cool highlight indeed. Now I have to check out the drama myself.. want to see her, of course.

Btw.. do you by any chance.. have any idea if Dir. Kim is married or still single? I've read two conflicting accounts about his marital status.. like to clear that in the profile section.. if possible. :)

Hope you'll keep on posting at the thread.

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Hi lisante, welcome to the thread. So good to see you here.. and thanks so much for the clarification of the title, really appreciate that. :blush:

Wow.. that is great info to share about KJW's sister.. I read that she's a stage/musical actress, that is a cool highlight indeed. Now I have to check out the drama myself.. want to see her, of course.

Btw.. do you by any chance.. have any idea if Dir. Kim is married or still single? I've read two conflicting accounts about his marital status.. like to clear that in the profile section.. if possible. :)

Hope you'll keep on posting at the thread.

I think he is still single.

Kim Ji-sook is on the episode 1. Check the first pic. Haven't seen her on other esisodes. But her name is mentioned.

http://djuna.cine21.com/bbs/view.php?id=ma...c&no=143792

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^ That is awesome sharing lisante, thanks for the image of actress Kim Ji Sook.. it really helps, appreciate it very much!

I have a feeling that Dir. Kim is still single as well.. there must be some misunderstanding (on my behalf) before .. thinking that he's already married and was about to start a family.. after A Bittersweet Life in 2005 :blush:

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December 19, 2008

Directors select KONG Hyo-jin and HA Jung-woo

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Korean directors favoured the performances of KONG Hyo-jin and HA Jung-woo as 2008’s best. The 11th Director’s Cut Awards for Best actress went to KONG for her acting in Crush and Blush. HA earned the Best actor award in recognition of his role in The Chaser.

Both films are directed by first-time feature film directors, illustrating the prominence of new talented directors in 2008. LEE Kyoung-mi guided KONG Hyo-jin in Crush and Blush and HA landed a leading role in NA Hong-jin’s The Chaser. HA also acted this year in My Dear Enemy.

Best director became an established director, KIM Jee-woon won the Best director nod for The Good, the Bad, and the Weird, this year’s box office champion.

Best new actor and actress became YOO Ah-in (Antique) and SEO Woo (Crush and Blush). JUNG Byung-gil received the Independent Movie Director Award. JUNG filmed young stuntmen for his documentary Action Boys. Their passion and dreams make the stuntmen committed to the underpaid and dangerous occupation.

Credits: Yi Ch'ang-ho (KOFIC)

December 20, 2008

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Article at news.empas.com

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Source: blog.cine21.com, thanks to the highlight at Everyday Lee Byunghun

[씨네리의 2008결산 2] <씨네21> 인기 검색어 영화인 부문 TOP 100 | 씨네리 이야기 조회수 1431 | 스크랩 0

2008-12-17 13:30:41

2008년 한 해동안 씨네21 회원들에게 가장 인기있었던 영화인은 누구일까요?

<씨네21> 인기 검색어 TOP 100으로 알아 보세요.

(분석기간: 2007년 12월 1일 ~ 2008년 11월 30일)

2008 [Cine 21] TOP 100 Top Search

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5. cine21-5.jpg Director Hong Sang Soo

6. cine21-6.jpg Director Bong Joon Ho

7. cine21-7.jpg Actor Kang Dong Won

8. cine21-8.jpg Actress Son Ye Jin

9. cine21-9.jpg Director Park Chan Wook

10. cine21-10.jpg Actress Choi Jin Sil

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This is one awesome thread rubie. Ive been a fan since his movie debut, THE QUIET FAMILY, movie that inspired a Japanese remake from one of Japan's maverick directors, Takashi Miike ( Happiness of the Katakuris).

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Here's a short clip on the Director's CUT Awards via Section TV:

[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=naM8vz2r_u4] [MegaUpload] [SendSpace] [MediaFire]

Love how everyone's so laidback. Kim JiWoon seemed especially witty, people were cracking up during his speech (I wonder if the sweat drop CGI on Na HongJin meant he was good-naturedly ribbing The Chaser's director? lol).

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Copied from JWS thread, thanks to valley girl

Dir. Kim and Jung Woo Sung & Song Kang Ho.. GBW-Cannes, May 2008

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