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Choi Woo Shik successfully finishes his first Japan fan meeting

Choi Woo Shik successfully finished his first Japan fan meeting.
Choi Woo Shik headed to Japan on July 13th for his first Japan fan meeting, and he had a special meet-up with his Japanese fans at a venue that is located in Shinuku area of Tokyo.
Approximately 300 fans attended the fan meeting, and Choi Woo Shik spent a memorable time while talking about his career. He also surprised his fans by singing a famous song of Kim Dong Ryul, and acted a part from SBS drama 'Rooftop Prince.'
During the fan meeting, Choi Woo Shik also listened to troubles that a number of fans had, and gave various suggestions about how they should react.
Choi Woo Shik passionately participated in preparing the entire fan meeting, and all of the fans were deeply impressed by his great care for them. Prior to his departure to Japan, Choi Woo Shik prepared special gifts for the fans, and handed them out to the fans during the fan meeting.
A representative said, "We never expected that he would prepare so much things. We were also very impressed by his great care. We could see his sincerity for the fans."
Meanwhile, Choi Woo Shik is recently casting in MBC drama 'Fated To Love You' as a guy named Lee Yong.
http://en.starnnews.com/news/index.html?no=315252 ecs707a said:More pics from that day:source
I don't know either.  We'll find out in a couple of years, I guess?  But before then, I wonder if they'll start showing up at each others' movie premieres and such.  CWS has 2 movies coming sometime this year, right?

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#Choiwooshik 's web-drama 'Strange Day' is now available in Japan! You can watch the episodes via the biggest video portal 'GyaO' starting today :)via JYP Actors
I never know about this web-drama. No info on the wiki sites. Trying to figure out the Japan website but fail.

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I posted these and some others in the show's thread a couple of days ago, but I guess these should go here too :)
Beating Hearts photos, from their time in Gwangjin (episodes 17-20):
source: 1 2
I don't know who the other guy is in the first photo, and I have no idea what led to the situation depicted in the second haha.  Poor boy, what did you do to deserve that? ;)

And then I saw these...
At the Sea Fog VIP premiere:
source: 1 2
He wears the bird shirt well :D

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CWS at drama set FTLY.
Caption : #운명처럼널사랑해
Here is the original source. Apparently the one that took this picture is a reporter and maybe she coming to the set to cover for this drama. Hope there will be an article soon.

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#Choiwooshik [MBC Fated to Love You] Witty shooting-site photos in bigger size.10568962_924839150866280_11907719297249310584011_924839104199618_42984657631488310329195_924839124199616_58290384906252210616060_924839137532948_630837422788985*Source: ㈜넘버쓰리픽쳐스/페이지원필름㈜ via JYP Actors

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Choice Woo Shik is getting better with every project he makes. I like him a lot in Rooftop Prince and continues to impress me in FTLY. Hope he gets more projects in the future. He's so cute. :x

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Picture from movie Tears funding party. Well, since this is independent project so they need more budget. It was held sometime on last year.BW2XIH3CUAAEW0d.jpg

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I don't know about this movie because it was not listed anywhere. I wonder if it's the same movie as Tears and they changed the title because the director is the same. Or this is another independent movie by the same director and crews. Anyway this is a great news for him and movie crews.

#Choiwooshik's movie 'Set Me Free' got officially invited to the 19th B.I.F.F for 'Korean Cinema Today-Vision'! http://t.co/hlDsDXdXQm


September 2, 2014
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Choi Woo Shik to star in Singapore's first erotic film

In The Room, a drama anthology directed by celebrated Singapore film-maker Eric Khoo, will explore themes of love and sensuality, say its makers.
Photography starts this week at the soundstages of Infinite Studios at Mediapolis.
The film consists of six stories, each directed by Khoo, that are set in the same hotel room over several decades, spanning the Pacific War to the present and the future. It is expected to shoot for two weeks and to be completed in January.

Co-writer Jonathan Lim, who also runs the popular comedy sketch show Chestnuts, says that "all the stories are to do with lust and obsession and desire in one way or another".
But not all the stories are explicit, he says. Some characters deal with their passion in a "hidden and repressed way", he adds.
The title of the film comes from how all its stories play out in the same room in a hotel, the fictional Singapura Hotel, over the decades, starting from the 1940s.
Lim and Singapore-based screenwriter and advertising executive Andrew Hook turned out the screenplay based on story ideas worked out with Khoo.
The project's executive producer is regional film veteran Shi Nansun, who worked on classics such as the Tsui Hark-helmed drama Shanghai Blues (1984), the Aces Go Places series (1982-1986) and the cop drama Infernal Affairs (2002).
This is Hong Kong-based Shi's first Singapore- based project.
She says that she had admired Khoo's films. They got to know each other on the festival circuit and over the years, had talked about working on a film together.
She tells Life!: "I have always wanted to work on an erotic film. I thought Eric had that sensibility to make a film like that."
She says In The Room should reside in the same aesthetic zone as erotic dramas such as Jean-Jacques Annaud's The Lover (1992) or Adrian Lyne's 9½ Weeks (1986).
The film will work with a budget of about $1 million, part of which the team hopes will come from the Media Development Authority's production assistance grant.
She is confident of receiving the grant, adding that Singapore is these days far more accepting of serious, boundary-pushing works compared with 30 years ago, when she first visited.
Mr Jeffrey Chan, chief executive of film distributor Distribution Workshop (which he co-founded with Ms Shi), is an investor in the project and thinks that it remains to be seen how the film will be edited for release in countries with stricter censorship, such as Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore.
"There shouldn't be problems releasing it in Hong Kong, Taiwan, South Korea or Japan," he says.
Pioneering film-maker Khoo built his resume on award-winning works such as Mee Pok Man (1995), 12 Storeys (1997) and Be With Me (2005).
All were shot on location around Singapore. In The Room will be his first shot entirely on a soundstage, which he says he relishes because "it's air-conditioned and there are no mosquitoes," he says with a laugh.
The stories in his new movie are set in one room in a hotel, a premise which stems from his fascination with the famed The New 7th Storey Hotel in Rochor Road. It was evacuated in 2008 and later demolished to make way for the Downtown Line.
He says: "It was such a landmark over the years, even though it gradually lost its sheen. It was so iconic."
The film partly expresses nostalgia for decades of the hotel's heyday.
For example, the 1950s story in the film revolves around a stripper character named Orchid, who is an homage to real stripper Rose Chan, the subject of a biopic still being developed by Khoo.
In Room 27, Orchid, played by Hong Kong actress Josie Ho, demonstrates how, in a repressed time, a woman's sexuality can be parlayed into real power.
In another story set in the 1980s, a lonely Japanese housewife, played by Japanese adult-film actress Shou Nishino, has trysts with a lover in Room 27.
The rest of the cast includes Singapore-based actors Koh Boon Pin, George Young and Daniel Jenkins. Local singer Vernon Cornelius has a guest role. Other cast members include Korea's Choi Woo Shik (television romance Rooftop Prince) and Kim Kkobbi, and Thailand's Aeaw.
Cr: The Straits Times
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Choi Woo Sik thanks viewers of 'Fated to Love You' with his own drawing

Choi Woo Sik thanked everyone who made 'Fated to Love You' possible!
The actor shared through his agency JYP Entertainment, "I entered the production as Jang Hyuk sunbaenim's rival and eventually became the bridge that brought Jang Hyuk and Jang Na Ra sunbaenim together. I had a lot of fun and was happy to show various sides... More than anything else, it was a real pleasure doing a CG battle with Jang Hyuk sunbaenim, which brought big laughs to viewers. I think it was really an unforgettable scene."
"I think 'Fated to Love You' will be a production that lasts in my memory for a long time. I thank the director, writer, actor sunbaenims, and the viewers who always give a lot of love. Although the drama is over, please don't forget the cute Lee Dragon."
Choi Woo Sik also thanked viewers with his drawing which reads, "I love you~! Thank you for always looking over me fondly~! Be careful of catching a cold during the change of seasons~ Woo Sik aka Dragon."

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