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Hwaseong City signed a memorandum of understanding with BTC Production to support film production

(Hwaseong) Reporter Kim Moon-kiInput: 2020-08-21 16:11
Shooting in Hwaseong City from April next year... Starring Sam Worthington, Lee Sun-gyun, Son Ye-jin
 
Hwaseong City has decided to actively support the production of the Korean-American joint film'The Cross,' which is being prepared for filming in the hall.
 


Hwaseong City (mayor Cheolmo Seo) signed a memorandum of understanding at City Hall on the 21st to support the production of BTC Production and the movie'The Cross'.

The Cross is a human story that tries to escape for a human life with a border created according to the social status of the near future.



The production of the film is directed by director Andrew Nicole, and the production cost is about 36 billion wonDirector Andrew Nicole has directed Anon (2018), The Road of War (2005), and The Truman Show (1998). From April next year, we will be filming in Hwaseong for about 20 weeks.

Sam Worthington, Lee Seong-gyun, and Son Ye-jin, who appeared in Avatar and The Wrath of the Titan as the main cast, were confirmed, and are scheduled to be released in 2022.

Mayor Seo Cheol-mo said, "Through this film, we will be able to increase the brand awareness of Hwaseong City. We will actively support the film so that it can be successfully produced."

 

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@ElectricHearts Yeah, I got more insight into Korean Ent only after watching everything YJ-related after CLOY.  

 

@Helena Have you come across any subtitled versions for the above video pls? 

 

While we wait for Cross, here is an awesome fan-made movie trailer starring YJ. Hollywood-style. 

 

 

 

 

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Hi everyone. Came here after watching CLOY and being blown away by SYJ's amazing acting!  She was so great at both the comedy (loved all the scenes with the North Koreans, the ajummas and the boys, as well as Capt Ri of course) and the pathos.  Wow, did she hit the mark with all the crying scenes.  She just has a wonderful expressiveness in her acting, especially with her eyes, and a very charismatic screen presence that draws you in.  This was my first Kdrama so I have no benchmark to measure against but SYJ impressed me as a wonderful actor by any measure. She really breathed life into Yoon Seri and had amazing chemistry with every co-actor.  I look forward to more amazing work from her. 

 

Currently digging into her filmography and old you tube interviews with Eng subs... hope there are other fans around here to answer some of my SYJ questions. :) 

 

Just started to watch Something In The Rain.  Wow, tonally so different from CLOY but SYJ is really bringing that very realistic character to life as well.  i think she's very good at slice of life acting.  And again the romantic chemistry with her costar blows me away. 

 

I think SYJ was very intelligent in choosing dramas like SITR followed by CLOY.  Very different genres, very different characters but very strong stories and memorable characters in different ways.  I am interested to learn more about how SYJ chooses her roles as it seems she's quite intelligent about it and that is a key to the longevity in her career. She likes being versatile and challenging herself with new kinds of roles, while also understanding her super strengths and what audiences like in her. I think. 

 

Also just watched The Truth Beneath. I didn't realise Park Chan Wook co-wrote this film but it's great that SYJ was part of a film he worked on.  He and the Parasite director Bong Joon Ho are probably 2 of the most acclaimed directors in Korean cinema today so I would love to see them work with SYJ in the future. And also to see her work with more female directors like TTB director.  I think SITR director would also be great at a feature length romance film.  He definitely has a deft touch in directing romantic scenes.

 

I thought SYJ gave a raw, powerful and a new kind of performance in TTB in a very challenging role.  I love that she took on a challenging and darker role that wasn't necessarily easy to love.

 

I hope it won't be too long before we see her next work though I think she needs a well deserved long break after CLOY.  Maybe a few films before another drama.  I have hopes for The Cross as I thought Gattaca and The Truman Show were very good films.  No doubt acting in a Hollywood production and in English will be a new challenge for SYJ to embrace. 

 

What are your favourite SYJ works and what kind of work do you want to see her in next?

 

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11 hours ago, Seriya said:

What are your favourite SYJ works and what kind of work do you want to see her in next?

 

Welcome! It's great to hear lots of people from different parts of the world, including me of course are loving Son Ye Jin and keeping this thread updated as there are many contributors here as well. She has lots of CFs pic nowadays so we are getting fed with her charms almost everyday. For her movies, aside from The Classic, which will always be classic for me,  her "A Moment To Remember " - she had me cried buckets here (and I'm sure others), but what made me admire her more were her performances in White Night and The Truth Beneath, her movie "My Wife Got Married" - this made me research more about the story and have read some analysis because I wanted to explore her depth when it comes to acting choices. Almost all her filmographies brought out the best in her. 

 

Like what you said and based from her past interviews (there are links few pages back), the way she chooses her roles depends on  the story, the importance of the character she's playing and someone that challenges her acting versatility then the director/pd (if I remember it correctly), price/money doesn't bother her much because she gives importance to her craft. Am I correct @Helena?  and maybe other members can add or correct me?

 

This forum helped me discover her as person, you can also check twitter fan accounts, they also have very good sources of her old interviews, CFs, and the like. :foryou:

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What Will Be Son Ye Jin’s Next Project?

 

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After Crash Landing On You became a global hit, attention is focusing on Son Ye Jin’s next move.


Earlier on August 25, a media outlet reported that Son Ye Jin is coordinating the details after getting an offer from the drama Cut from the Heart (literal translation). However, according to Son Ye Jin’s agency MSTeam Entertainment stated, “It’s one of the scripts she received, and nothing has been decided.”


Meanwhile, Cut from the Heart is known to be a story of Pyung Kang, who used On Dal’s heart with a dream of becoming the King, and the mournful love of On Dal, who sacrificed everything. If Son Ye Jin confirms her appearance, then it will be her first historical drama on the small screen since 2002 drama The Great Ambition.


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https://www.soompi.com/article/1421434wpp/son-ye-jin-and-kang-ha-neul-in-talks-to-lead-new-historical-drama
Son Ye Jin And Kang Ha Neul In Talks To Lead New Historical Drama


by S. Nam | Aug 25, 2020

 

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Son Ye Jin and Kang Ha Neul may be returning with a historical drama!


On August 25, Sports Seoul reported that Son Ye Jin is currently in talks to star in the drama “Cut by the Heart” (literal title). The upcoming historical drama will be about the tragic love story between Princess Pyeonggang, who uses On Dal’s feelings to her advantage, and On Dal, who makes foolish sacrifices. Son Ye Jin is in talks to star as Princess Pyeonggang.


Following reports, a source from Son Ye Jin’s agency MS Team Entertainment shared, “It’s one of the projects she has received offers for, and nothing is decided yet.” They continued, “Currently, Son Ye Jin is fine-tuning the details for her next project, the Hollywood film ‘Cross.’”


Directed by Andrew Niccol, “Cross” will be set in the future in a multiracial country divided into two nations, one of which is wealthy and one of which is impoverished. Son Ye Jin will be playing the role of Vera, a tough single mother who lives near the border in the impoverished nation. She will be starring opposite to Sam Worthington, who is well known for his role in “Avatar.”


If Son Ye Jin accepts the offer to star in “Cut by the Heart,” it will be her first historical drama since SBS’s “The Great Ambition” in 2002. Previously, Son Ye Jin also starred in the historical films “The Pirates” in 2014 and “The Last Princess” in 2016. With her performance in “The Last Princess,” Son Ye Jin swept many awards through the Grand Bell Awards, Blue Dragon Film Awards, Korean Film Producers Association Awards, Korean Association of Film Critics Awards, Film Award of the Year, and the Baeksang Arts Awards.


The same day, it was also reported that Kang Ha Neul was cast as On Dal the main character of ‘Cut by the Heart.’ Following the report, a source from TH Company stated, “Kang Ha Neul has received an offer to star in the new drama ‘Cut by the Heart’ and is reviewing it.”


On Dal is a character who lives in a hut in the woods with his mother. He has always been curious about the outside world, and even though he knows his mother will be angry, he makes his way to the market in the village. There he meets Princess Pyeonggang for the first time. One day, Princess Pyeonggang comes to his hut, stating that she will live with him, and she teaches him martial arts as well as how to read and write.


“Cut by the Heart” will be produced by Victory Contents, and it is reportedly helmed by producing director (PD) Yoon Sang Ho, who worked on SBS’s “Saimdang, Light’s Diary,” MBC’s “Different Dreams,” and TV Chosun’s “King Maker: The Change of Destiny.”

 

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@Seriya The kind of raw and powerful acting you saw in TTB, YJ actually did show similar acting in Blood And Ties (BAT). Did you watch that movie? At that time, during many of her interviews regarding BAT,  YJ said that movie was the most difficult for her because there were many highly emotional scenes, far more than a normal dark thriller. YJ said she was completely drained after filming BAT.

 

There are so many memorable YJ shows that it is very difficult to choose. For me, AMTR will always have a special place in my heart since it is the very first YJ movie I watched many years back and I really cried buckets over it. 2nd will be MWGM because it is amazing how she is able to convince the audience not to hate her character in it (Jin Ah) with her brilliant acting. And I think she looks simple yet breathtaking without much makeup in all her scenes. 

 

For dramas, my favourite is CLOY. She simply nails all her scenes and emotions, without overacting and boy, her comedic timing is flawless! Whenever YSR laughed, I laughed. Whenever YSR cried, I cried. Actually YJ's flair for comedy can also be seen in Personal Taste and The Art Of Seduction.

 

For great acting, I will choose Alone In Love (AIL) as my 2nd favourite YJ drama. The thing about YJ’s acting is that she’s fantastic when it comes to emotional scenes. She doesn’t need to shed tears, and we know she’s aching inside. Even when she is smiling, we can somehow feel the pain she is experiencing within. Sometimes the most subtle look or gesture has the power to generate the most emotional response from the audience. No words necessary. This is what differentiates a great actress from a normal actress.

 

 

@Jbelr  Yes, YJ often says that she chooses the scenario (script) first, then the character (whether it calls for YJ to act in the role or the role can be filled with any other actress), then the rest (Director, PD, salary, cast, etc) follows.

 

YJ aims to challenge herself with every role she accepts and I remember she said that if she feels confident that she can play the role 100%, she will not it take up. Because this means that it is not challenging enough for her. Only if she is 60-70% confident, she'll take up the role. The 30-40% difficulty is the challenge YJ gives herself in order to hone her acting skills and to grow as an actress.

 

So by repeatedly pushing herself out of her comfort zone and taking up a variety of roles, YJ strives to present a different appearance to her audience each and every time. YJ's transformation started in 2005 when she took up The Art Of Seduction. Next came AIL. The rest, as they say, is history. 

 

At the tender age of 23, YJ is already striving to break free of her Nation's First Love image, and prove to her antis and critics that she is not just a pretty face. She said before that she is aware that beauty doesn't last, hence she will need to prove herself by improving her acting skills.

 

She has always been thoughtful and mature beyond her years. I am really proud to call myself a YJ stan and will continue to support this amazing woman in her acting journey.

 

PS: sorry for the long post!

 

 

 

 

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Another article confirmed the Cut to the Heart script was sent to SYJ for her review, but "She's receiving a lot of screenplays for movies and dramas. It's just one project she's received an offer for."

She is at the height of popularity as shown by her numerous CFs.

I am a bit reserved on this type of news. Her agency is reacting to press reports coming from the project producers, who are seeking publicity for casting, gathering investors or network commitments. Nothing is final until her agency posts in writing that she will do the project.

For example, Cross movie maybe moving forward with securing a Korean movie location, but her agency did say contract details have not been worked out.

With most new productions put on hold or moved into 2021, there is plenty of time for SYJ to decide what is best for her and her career.

 

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I’m doubtful about her taking on this historical drama because I read somewhere that she doesn’t like doing them, which explains why she hasn’t done any since her first one in 2002.

Since then the only quasi-historical project she has done is The Last Princess which takes place in 1925.  I read that she fasted for 24 hours the day before shooting a particular scene so she would look weak and sickly.  She was awesome throughout the movie and won best actress awards at Baeksang, Blue Dragon and Grand Bell. 

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I think that it's just the production company trying to use YJ and KHN's names to boost the drama. After the global success of CLOY, I don't think YJ will take on another drama. She only did SITR because of her friendship with the director. It was an anomaly that she did another drama right after. She also hates filming during winter, so doing CLOY was really something out of the ordinary. If she does this historical drama, it'll most likely start filming in Sept or Oct and well into the winter. Historical dramas are long, so the filming will probably go on until March next year, giving her little time to prepare for The Cross (if that is confirmed?). Also, she spent the past 20 years not doing period pieces (TLP doesn't count). Doing it now RIGHT AFTER a globally-hit drama is....completely idiotic, to put it simply. And some Twitter folks said the writer isn't that good. If she does do it, I'll be like "Yejin-shi, what's wrong with you??" but I'll still watch it...

I'm praying so hard for a movie with her and Gong Yoo, but he might be starting a drama soon with Bae Doona (which is equally exciting since I also like BDN). If not GY, let her film with Ha Jung Woo or reunite with Cho Seung Woo, or newbies such as Yoo Ah In and Kim Soo Hyun (but KSH hasn't been as successful in film). OR give me a female ensemble with Kim Hye Soo, Ha Ji Won, Jun Ji Hyun, Seo Ye Ji, and Kim So Hyun lol Another dream movie of mine: Kim Hye Soo, Yejin, Seo Ye Ji, and Kim So Hyun in a story about women of different age groups. 
 

I would also love to see Yejin act with talented Chinese actresses like Tang Wei and Zhou Xun, especially Tang Wei! She's my favorite Chinese actress and is probably the most popular C-actress in Korea.

 

Also here:

 

 

 

The Son Ye Jin museum in China LOL 

 

oh how I wish I could be in Asia this year!!!

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Everytime Son Ye Jin is announced to have a potential project, there will be doubters and naysayers saying that she should not do this and that, and something or someone is more suitable for her. I remember when the press released the information about the movie The Cross, some people here said that it isn't the right project for her and the director was having a hard time finding an investor for it. Fast forward, they just released that YeJin is confirmed for the role and the movie will be shot with $30M budget.  

 

Of many scripts/ drama projects YeJin has been offered to, I think there is a good reason why her agency commented on this historical drama. Shooting a movie now is not really advisable because if she shoots a movie now, it will be scheduled for release early next year and by that time, I don't think the pandemic is over. The box office success will still be uncertain. I think a tv drama is a great choice at this time especially if it will be distributed internationally through popular streaming service like Netflix. It will help her global popularity to soar even higher and will help her in her upcoming Hollywood movie debut. I think YeJin is very smart to choose this historical drama because its plot is very popular in Korean literature and even in some Western literature. She has already captured the hearts of international audience who love to watch feel good, rom-com and melodrama tv series in SITR and CLOY through Netflix, and now it's time to capture the hearts of international audience who love to watch historical action drama and literary pieces, history and mythology like the hit series Game of Thrones.

 

All writers have successful and failed or less popular works, even William Shakespeare. 

 

Also, YeJin's two most successful films, in box office and critically acclaim & award winning categories, are period/historical action drama which are Pirates and The Last Princess. 

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12 minutes ago, yejinatic1981 said:

 

Of many scripts/ drama projects YeJin has been offered to, I think there is a good reason why her agency commented on this historical drama. Shooting a movie now is not really advisable because if she shoots a movie now, it will be scheduled for release early next year and by that time, I don't think the pandemic is over. The box office success will still be uncertain. I think a tv drama is a great choice at this time especially if it will be distributed internationally through popular streaming service like Netflix. It will help her global popularity to soar even higher and will help her in her upcoming Hollywood movie debut. I think YeJin is very smart to choose this historical drama because its plot is very popular in Korean literature and even in some Western literature. She has already captured the hearts of international audience who love to watch feel good, rom-com and melodrama tv series in SITR and CLOY through Netflix, and now it's time to capture the hearts of international audience who love to watch historical action drama and literary pieces, history and mythology like the hit series Game of Thrones.

 

All writers have successful and failed or less popular works, even William Shakespeare. 

Thanks @yejinatic1981 I totally agree with you, I'm actually excited about this. And for sure she thought a lot about it too. 

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Oh, I'm sure many people doubted CLOY, and look what a global success CLOY is. Many of us are here because of CLOY. I apologize - maybe "idiotic" wasn't the right word. I'm just concerned this time because historical dramas are a hit or miss, especially since this one will be on SBS. Period movies are different from dramas though. The Pirates is more of adventure or fantasy-like with a huge cast. The Last Princess came out at a year where stories on colonial Korea was popular. This new one seems entirely different. 

 

The point about box office concern in light of Covid is very valid, making doing TV dramas to be much more preferable and attractive. 

 

I don't doubt her ability to choose scripts and screen-partners. Just with The Cross coming early next year, it just seems very physically and mentally demanding to shoot a period piece. And being on Twitter lately, it's a bit interesting that both her Korean and international fans are on the same page about this (coz most times we are not) lol

 

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Today is Chilseok / Qixi (7th day of the 7th month of lunar calendar) - Valentine’s Day
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On 8/24/2020 at 11:19 PM, Seriya said:

What are your favourite SYJ works and what kind of work do you want to see her in next?

Hi Seriya, Like you, at New Year I had never hear of SYJ. She was amazing in CLOY and thanks to the lockdown I'vewatched all her movies and dramas except for Sunhee and Jinhee for which I'm still looking for eng subs.

 

Of her 21 movies, 2 are voice only which leaves 19. My favorites:

  • The Classic
  • A Moment to Remember
  • Be With You
  • The Negotiation
  • The Truth Beneath

I do not watch drama series, but for Yejin I did. My favorites:

  • Crash Landing on You
  • Shark
  • Summer Scent

Some thoughts on what I'd like to see her in next. I prefer movies, so I hope she does not get bogged down in doing CLOY season 2, CLOY season 3, etc. until she retires from acting :huh: However, with theaters closed due to the lockdowns, TV drama might be the only option for now. I'm not sure about that Hollywood move called the Cross. It seems to have had some false starts. The premise seems interesting. One reason I started watching CLOY was because of the culture and restrictions of a cross-border relationship. I think her English is improving so hopefully by the time of filming she'll have it mastered. Let's hope she doesn't get stuck in Hollywood, though.

 

I think she does well in period acting such as Chi Hwa Seon (minor role), Daemang (about 3/4 of the series and dresses as a male trader), The Last Princess and The Pirates. So if she is going to do another period series it will be worth watching.

 

I would like to see Yejin in something other than a pure romantic drama. CLOY was interesting because it had the romance, but there was also culture clash, politics, danger, business, comedy, gangsters, death, family strife and more. She has a large range of acting ability, and I'd like to see films use those abilities.

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We Might Be Able to See Son Ye Jin and Kang Ha Neul on the Same Screen


by krishkim


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Expectations are mounting over whether we will be able to see Son Ye Jin and Kang Ha Neul on the same project.


On August 25, Son Ye Jin’s agency MSTeam Entertainment and Kang Ha Neul’s agency TH Company said that each actor has been offered a role from the new drama Cut by the Heart (literal title) and are considering it. Son Ye Jin and Kang Ha Neul were offered the roles of Princess Pyeong Kang and On Dal.


Cut by the Heart is a work that re-interprets Princess Pyeong Kang, who is born as a princess of a country, becomes a wife of a fool, and later is cheered by the whole nation, as the “Iron Lady” who cannot take the throne herself, but makes her husband the general and ascends her younger brother to the throne. Also, it is a drama about On Dal’s turbulent life of becoming the hero.


Son Ye Jin received global love with her previous work tvN’s Crash Landing on You, while Kang Ha Neul led the syndrome-like popularity with KBS’s When the Camellia Blooms. Expectations are rising over what they will look like when they play Princess Pyeong Kang and On Dal.

 

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[SBS Star] Son Ye-jin & Kang Ha Neul in Talks to Lead a New Drama Together


By Lee Narin | 2020.08.26

 

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Actress Son Ye-jin and actor Kang Ha Neul may be starring in a new drama together.   On August 25, news outlet Sports Chosun reported that Son Ye-jin and Kang Ha Neul confirmed to join an upcoming drama 'Pyeong-gang, My Heart Is Torn' (literal title).   'Pyeong-gang, My Heart Is Torn' will tell the tragic love story between Princess Pyeong-gang and On-dal who makes foolish sacrifices for her.  Son Ye-jin has reportedly been cast as Princess Pyeong-gang, and Kang Ha Neul as On-dal. 


Following the release of this report, fans went wild, wanting to check out the two top stars' chemistry.  However, both Son Ye-jin and Kang Ha Neul's agency shared that the final decision had not been made yet.   They said, "While it is true that they were offered the role in 'Pyeong-gang, My Heart Is Torn', they are still considering whether to join the drama at the moment." 


Meanwhile, the drama is planned to be broadcast next year. 

 

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