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(Movie 2012) Over My Dead Body 시체가 돌아왔다 (Si-che-ga Dol-a-wass-da)

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Over my deadbody VIP Premiere 19/03

No Hong Cheol

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Gong Hyo Jin

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Lee Yoon Jin (Bum's wife) and Jeong Da Eun

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Seo Ji Hye

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Lee Jong Soo, Yoo Nam Seok, Kim Min Soo

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Ina

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Jung Ryeo Won

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Kim Joon Ho

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@LittLeTigerFan

Thanks soo much :wub:

LOve the OTP styling especially GHJ(dare to go unique) and JRW (yC style head to toe).

p/s : sorry i can't upload the Video WVM got some probs fury.gif hopefully others can upload it!

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March 20, 2012

Lee Bum Soo To Appear as Top Secret Researcher in ′Comeback′

Source: Nate l CJ E&M enewsWorld Oh, MiJung Translation Credit : Ju Ahn Lee

Lee Bum Soo, who showcased his delightful charisma in his role as Yoo Bang in the recently ended SBS drama History of Salaryman, will return as a top secret researcher in the movie Comeback.

Lee was at the premiere of Comeback at a CGV in Wangsimni on March 19 and showed a different type of appeal from the one he showed as Yoo Bang in his new role as Baek Hyun Chul in the upcoming movie.

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Although Lee was able to show off his slapstick comedy routine through his role as Yoo Bang, he won’t be able to continue the slapstick humor. Instead the comedy will be carried by the humor arising from the different scenarios in the movie scenes. Moreover, the comic releif, An Jin Oh, will be played by Ryu Seung Bum.

Lee explained why he took the role of Baek Hyun Chul at the press meeting that was held right after the premiere, saying, “Although the An Jin Oh character is overflowing with charm, if you take a look at my filmography, I have played a similar role [as An Jin Oh] at least twice in the past. And while Hyun Chul may seem like a typical character when compared to Jin Oh, his role could change drastically depending on how I decide to play the role.”

Lee added, “When I saw the script, I decided to join the cast because I thought it could be an interesting, entertaining movie if all went according to plan. Furthermore, I also saw the movie today and it was quite entertaining.”

Lee’s Baek Hyun Chul character is a top secret researcher who is trying to find a corpse that holds a deeper secret with the help of Han Dong Hwa (played by Kim Ok Bin), the daughter of a fellow researcher.

The stubborn character, An Jin Oh (played by Ryu Seung Bum), will provide comic relief and bring out the laughter from the audience.

Director Woo Sun Ho is making his feature film debut with Comeback. In 2005, Woo showed his directing talents when he received the Best Picture Award for King of Comedy at the Mise-en-Scene Short Film Festival.

Comeback will be released in theaters on March 29, and is recommended for viewers 15 years and older.

Photo credit: Hea Jung Min

Reach reporter Oh MiJung on Twitter @isyutar!

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March 20, 2012

Ryu Seung Bum′s Dorky Side Shines Through in ′Comeback′

Source: Nate l CJ E&M enewsWorld Oh, MiJung Translation Credit : Ju Ahn Lee

Actor Ryu Seung Bum showed off his dorky side in Comeback.

Ryu, who plays the role of An Jin Oh, a character who fakes his own death to get his own insurance money, joined his co-stars for the press premiere of Comeback at a CGV in Wangsimni on March 19, to discuss his role.

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Ryu said, “I was able to properly show my dorky side through this film. There were even times when I thought to myself ‘Is it okay to act like this?′"

But Ryu’s clumsy acting will be sure to provide the main comic relief throughout the movie.

Ryu added, “Making my debut at such a [late] age, it wasn’t easy for me to outwardly express my image. However, I was able to show everything that I had this time.”

When asked why he chose the role of An Jin Oh, Ryu replied, “When the president of CINE2000, Lee Choon Yun, showed me the movie script, he said ‘Instead of saying ‘No’, choose the role you want.’ That’s how I ended up in the movie. As much as it is an entertainment movie, I hope the audience will find it amusing.”

In Comeback, two top secret researchers are trying to find a missing corpse. The cast includes Ryu Seung Bum, Lee Bum Soo and Kim Ok Bin.

Comeback will be released in theaters on March 29, and is recommended for viewers 15 years and older.

Photo credit: Hea Jung Min

Reach reporter Oh MiJung on Twitter @isyutar!

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March 20, 2012

[Photo] Kim Ok Bin Throws Away Punkrock and Goes Classy

Source: Nate l CJ E&M enewsWorld Esther Oh | Hea Jung Min

Has Kim Ok Bin decided to be more feminine?

On March 19, badass actress Kim Ok Bin was spotted alongside Lee Bum Soo and Ryu Seung Bum to promote their new movie, Comeback.

Though she kept her signture bob, Kim cast aside her punkrock image and donned a cute marine-look inspired dress, complete with sunflower buttons and all.

We love the badass, motorcycle riding Kim Ok Bin, but we′re digging this look just as much!

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Comeback portrays the crime and fraud that takes place among the characters as they try to take a body for ulterior motives. The film will be released on March 29.

To see more photos from the press conference, click here.

Photo credit: Hea Jung Min

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Today is D' Day ahh hopefully everything is gonna be smooth! :wub:

I hope so wub.gifwub.gifwub.gif I heard that tickets were sold out in a very short time.unsure.gif<br class="Apple-interchange-newline">

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March 29, 2012

"Over My Dead Body" makes top 3 in box office

Source: Daum via hancinema.net

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Movie "Over my Dead Body" rose to top 3 in the box office at the same time it was released.

According to the Korean Films Commission on the 30th, "Over my Dead Body" rated top three in the box office with a total of 55,130 spectators in 402 theaters.

"Over my Dead Body" is a criminal movie about the things that happen between the characters over a 'dead body'.

The movie's fresh subject material and witty lines with crazy characters like Ryoo Seung-beom, Lee Beom-soo and Kim Ok-bin seem to blend in well with each other. Other characters include Ko Chang-seok, Oh Jeong-se, Bae Jeong-nam, Yoo Da-in and more.

The first place of the box office went to "Architecture 101" which drew in 75, 262 audiences in 463 theaters. The accumulated number is 1,038,032 and "Wrath of the Titans" came in second with 71,558 and "The Intouchables" came in fourth with 40,239.

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March 31, 2012

[interview]

Kim Ok Bin Didn't Want to be Locked Up Like a Celebrity

Source: CJ E&M enewsWorld Oh, MiJung Translation Credit : Erika Kim

Kim Ok Bin was very outspoken. She didn’t say much, but her actions showed that she wasn’t hesitant in voicing her opinion.

When she previously revealed her relationship with Heo Jae Hoon, member of rock band Schizo, she openly kissed him on the stage of a rock festival.

During her meeting with enews to hold an interview for her film Comeback, she appeared with a bare face despite the fact that she would be posing for pictures. She said she “doesn’t like putting on makeup.”

Kim Ok Bin said that she just keeps her face bare everywhere she goes. “At first people used to tell my manager that they had seen me, but now they don’t,” she laughed.

Comeback is a comedy film about people who try to nab a body that has a chip embedded in it containing industry secrets. Kim Ok Bin took on the role of Dong Hwa, who jumps up to act even before she says anything to anyone. Lee Bum Soo will be appearing as the elite researcher Hyun Chul, while Ryu Seung Bum will be playing the role of the crazy Ahn Jin Oh.

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How do you think ‘Comeback’ turned out?

“I love it. I’m satisfied. I love comedy, and I feel great that I’m in a genre I like.”

The pink hair you don in the film is very impressive. I don’t think it would’ve been easy to take care of.

“I went to dye my hair as soon as we wrapped up the shoot, but [the hairdressers] said that because I had bleached my hair so much, my hair wasn’t in a very good condition. It wouldn’t recover, so whenever it grew out I had to snip the ends. That’s why I have this short cut hairstyle now.”

You must’ve gotten a lot of pink-hair-related nicknames.

“Pink lady, Lady Gaga, Milla Jovovich and Oktilda because it was like Matilda’s hair in Leon.”

The director for this film, Woo Sun Ho, is new to the scene. You starred in director Park Chan Wook’s film ‘Thirst’ before; how was your teamwork with director Woo?

“It was great. Usually directors observe actors a lot, but I observed the director a lot. I want to tell those working with director Woo not to be too sad that he rarely eats. The director said he rarely eats because he always dozes off after. I also want to tell them that they shouldn’t expect to have everything be put into words. He can’t say everything he wants in speech.”

Was there anything director Woo specifically asked for?

“I was really determined to be funny. I wanted to be funny and I wanted to do slapstick comedy, but he didn’t let me do it. He said my Dong Hwa role is supposed to be chic. Lee Bum Soo sunbae (senior) also had a lot of funny scenes, but it was all cut out. I think it was because Hyun Chul and Jin Oh had to contrast.”

Did any of your ad-libs make it into the film?

“I don’t remember. I don’t think so. Ryu Seung Bum sunbae had a lot.”

Do you like comedy films?

“I collect DVDs of comedy films. I love them.”

How do you think this film will do?

“It would be great if it does good, but I don’t care. I’m just happy to think that I appeared in this film.”

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You’re much younger than your partner Lee Bum Soo. You’re 17 years apart. In the film ‘Thirst’ you acted with Song Gang Ho, who is 20 years older than you, and Shin Ha Kyun, who is 13 years older.

“Surprisingly, that’s true. I didn’t feel the age gap with Lee Bum Soo sunbaenim (senior). We joked and played around on set.”

You acted with great actors such as Lee Bum Soo and Ryu Seung Bum. How was it?

“I don’t have much hands-on experience, so I learned a lot. I learned over their shoulders their concentration and reactions. I imitated them well. (Laugh)”

Perhaps it’s because you’re smart?

“That was just a joke. A 141 IQ? That doesn’t make sense. I just hoped it would be that high.”

You come out with a rock style in the film, too. Don’t you think you’re showing you like rock a little too much? Your boyfriend is the member of a rock band also.

“The director likes rock. Actually, when I decided to appear in the film, I had no ties with rock. I appeared in the rock program after finishing this film, and the fact that I have a boyfriend became known while I was shooting this film. Head CEO Lee Choon Yeon of the film company Cine 2000 recommended me for the film. I said I really wanted to be in it after reading the scenario, too.”

Dong Hwa, Kim Ok Bin’s role, acts before she thinks. Did you understand her a lot?

“She was cute. She had a personality similar to mine. It’s like she’s asking everyone to notice her. I’m cute too. It’s just that I can’t show you. I hear that people can’t approach me easily a lot, but that’s not so.”

What did your boyfriend say after watching the film?

“He wasn’t surprised because he had read the scenario and had seen me practice.”

Kim Ok Bin appears in difficult films. Is there a reason for that?

“I didn’t pick them out specifically. It just happened when I chose the ones with the appealing scenarios. I want to appear in the serious and humane films later when I’m older, in my 30s. I still like outgoing and unique things now.”

Have you ever wanted to become a hallyu star?

“No. I’ve never thought of it.”

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Your charm is that you don’t act like a celebrity.

“That’s right. I go around with no makeup on. I don’t really care when other people recognize me. I don’t like being locked up.”

You called yourself an uneven actress. Why is that?

“I want to be more stable when I act. I envied those actors who are able to lead the piece with strength, and I wondered where they got that strength from.”

You’re also famous as a star that has never had plastic surgery. What do you think about plastic surgery?

“I don’t have any negative feelings toward it. If it comes to me, I’ll do it. I don’t know why I’m not doing it.”

What film did you watch recently?

“I watched Train. Kim Min Hee unni (big sister) was great. I cried after watching the film.”

Have you made any promises related to the film’s success?

“I promised to kiss CEO Lee Choon Yeon in public if the film passes the 4 million mark. I think I’m at a disadvantage.”

What kind of actress do you want to be?

“I want to be a healthy actress, an actress that is still energetic and takes care of her own affairs even when she’s old. I also want to be loyal to my family.”

What kind of piece is ‘Comeback’ to Kim Ok Bin?

“It’s a film that let me find my own age. I enjoyed shooting it. It’s a film in which I can see myself as I see other people.”

Photo credit: Hea Jung Min

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April 2, 2012

[interview]

Lee Beom-soo who is alert for act ups

Source: Nate via hancinema.net

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What does a fun and lively shooting site mean for Lee Beom-soo?

In an interview with OSEN along with the release of the movie "Over my Dead Body", when Lee Beom-soo was asked who he thought was a good atmosphere maker during the movie shoot, he thought about it for a while and started talking carefully about his ideas of a fun person on set.

He said, "There needs to be a right mind of thought here. Someone who doesn't do what he or she has to do but just goes around having fun is just thoughtless".

He continued, "You must be able to concentrate and put in effort and passion in his or her work. If you don't, you just become an act up and no one likes that".

"When the crew and staff are all tired and worn out, this 'maker needs to have the ability to gather up an energetic atmosphere and be able to get dinner or something for these people one day. It is also most important for them to be able to listen to an hear out any troubles or worries our juniors have as well".

"The important thing is, this is work so I am alert at the fact that the set is lively and fun. I keep a strict watch for anything fun. I think it's good to have a serious attitude on set".

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He then said that a fun shooting should be made and only made through acting.

"Of course the set has to be fun. Publicly. When a group of neighborhood friends want to have fun, they mean getting sweaty and pushing each other around. However, dumb people think about coming out with their slippers and cell phones and just jogging here and there to kick the ball around a little bit. Making the set fun is when everyone gets together to make ideas, good scenes and feeling excitement through the process. I call that a fun shooting site. Act ups only know how to laugh about something that happened yesterday. That is not work, that is not a joke and it's just rubbish".

About the "Over my Dead Body" site, he said, "There was intensity, joy and happiness. That's why I want to work with them again and again. That is a truly fun movie site".

"Over my Dead Body" is a comic fraud movie about people who want a body for different purposes. Lee Beom-soo is an elite researcher who puts down the weight in the movie and acts with Ryoo Seung-beom and Kim Ok-bin.

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Movie Review

Over My Dead Body (시체가 돌아왔다) – 6/10

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April 11, 2012

Ryu Seung-beom and Lee Beom-soo’s new comedy

by girlfriday dramabeans.com

You know, I wondered why I kept seeing pictures of Ryu Seung-beom running around shoeless wearing nothing but a yellow pajama onesie like a crazy person. I’m pretty sure I don’t even need to know what this movie’s about, because you had me at Ryu Seung-beom in a onesie. Here’s a sneak peek at his latest film with Lee Beom-soo (History of the Salaryman) and Kim Ok-bin (The Front Line, Thirst) called Over My Dead Body, or the more literal title, The Corpse is Back.

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It’s a comedy heist film produced by Cine 2000 and directed by Woo Sun-ho, about three thieves who are all after the same corpse, presumably because Dead Guy kept a lot of expensive secrets, or perhaps a treasure map on his person at all times. Ryu Seung-beom plays a con man whose penchant for lying and cheating is innate. Lee Beom-soo is the brains of the operation, a rational and meticulous researcher. Kim Ok-bin’s character is described as acting before speaking, so maybe she’s the badass. The three have nothing in common, except for the fact that they each want this dead body, so they plan a heist, and well, things just go horribly awry. Thus begins the wild goose chase.

I’m definitely in the mood for an all-out comedy with wacky characters and ridiculous situations, and it’s nice to be able to see Lee Beom-soo so soon after Salaryman in another hilarious role. Keep ‘em coming, I say. CJ Entertainment’s distributing the film, and the trailer’s already got subs, so there’s a good chance it’ll hit stateside. Over My Dead Body is in theaters in Korea now.

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