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     Stalker 스토커
Synopsis:A man who stalks a housewife with a daughter one day witnesses the daughter being kidnapped from in front of her house. Based on the web-toon of the same name at Naver.com.(Source: HanCinema.net)

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Seo Young Hee as Eun Sun          Jo Han Sun as Min Woo

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Oh Seung Yun as Kim Oh Eon        Park Byung Eun as Jae Young

Ahn Hye Kyeong as Detective Lee

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          Oh Seung-yoon joins "Stalker"

Actor Oh Seung-yoon is joining the movie "Stalker".

Oh Seung-yoon takes on the role of Kim Oh-eon in the movie "Stalker". He kidnaps a girl and asks for ransom but gets involved with a bigger case because of a stalker.

This movie is based on an original web-toon and Seo Yeong-hee and Jo Han-seon have already been cast.

Oh Seung-yoon said, "I am an actor this time and I will pay you back for your support".

"Stalker" stats with a man stalking a regular housewife witnessing her daughter be taken in front of her home.

Meanwhile, Oh Seung-yoon has landed in the younger role of Park Geon-hyeong's Lee Yook-do in the MBC drama "Goddess Of Fire Jeongi".

Source: HanCinema.net    http://www.hancinema.net/oh-seung-yoon-joins-stalker-57285.html

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AsianWiki has the following data:


  • Movie: Stalker
  • Revised romanization: Seutokeo
  • Hangul: 스토커
  • Director: Hong Soo-Hyun
  • Writer:
  • Producer:
  • Cinematographer:
  • Release Date: 2013
  • Runtime:
  • Language: Korean
  • Country: South Korea


    An ordinary housewife named Eun-Sun (Seo Young-Hee) has been stalked by a mysterious man for years. One day, the mysterious man witnesses Eun-Sun's daughter getting kidnapped.


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Korea Times 2013-06-05

Webtoon give inspiration to films

By Chung Ah-young
Digital comics or so-called “webtoons” have been making a jump to the big screen or stage since a digital comic strip, “Apartment” by Kang Full, the most popular web cartoonist, was adapted into a film version in 2006. 

Bringing the web cartoons to the big screen offers more opportunities to filmmakers by taking advantage of the original ideas along with their solid fan base and familiar storylines. 
The Korean movie industry recently suffering from dwindling popularity overshadowed by Hollywood blockbusters is now seeing the digital comics as crucial sources of ideas in their cinematic productions. 

A slew of Korean movies based on web comics are to be released or to be made, thus boosting the sagging local film industry. The industry expects a series of movies inspired by popular web cartoons would attract large audiences. 

“Secretly Greatly” is one of this year’s most anticipated films starring heartthrob Kim Soo-hyun. The film is based on the popular eponymous web cartoon created by Hun in 2010 with 250 million of accumulative page views. It is garnering the attention as Kim who was selected to play the lead role in a virtual casting by the cartoon fans has been actually cast in the movie. Kim plays Won Ryu-hwan who disguises as a fool, one of three North Korean spies, including Rhee Hae-rang (Park Ki-woong), and Rhee Hae-jin (Lee Hyun-woo) from the elite special corps 5446. While waiting for missions from the North, they gradually adapt themselves into life in the South. 
The film saw the highest advanced tickets sales in Korean movie history, representing more than 80 percent in the box office share, according to the Korea Film Council. Hollywood blockbuster “Iron Man 3” surpassed 80 percent in the ticket reservations share while “Berlin File,” a Korean action flick, recorded 46 percent.

“Misaeng” by Yoon Tae-ho portrays interpersonal relations between employees of Korean corporations, focusing on everyday life’s struggles and survival in the corporate culture. It draws an analogy between life in modern society and the game of baduk. 

With more than 400 million accumulative page views since its release in January 2012, the sensational web cartoon has created a solid fandom which consists of mostly corporate workers. Responding to the enormous popularity, it has been made into a short mobile flick which is released every Friday on Daum. Yim Si-wan, a member of K-pop group ZE:A, takes the leading role of Jang Geu-rae, the protagonist in an omnibus format. 

“The Five” starring actress Kim Sun-ah is based on the web cartoon of the same title by Jeong Yeon-sik who has also directed the film version. The movie portrays a woman who loses her family to a psychopath and takes revenge along with four others including a North Korean defector, gangster and others who are alienated from society. The film will be released late this year. 

Also, “The Web Toon,” a horror film, deals with the serial crimes described in the web cartoons which actually happen in real life. Starring actress Lee Si-young and actor Um Ki-joon, the movie will be released on June 27. 

The recent popularity of the films based on the digital comics is derived from the success of previous works such as “Apartment,” “Hello Schoolgirl,” “Pained,” “Neighbor” and “26 Years” based on the works created by Kang.

Also, Yoon’s “Moss” was adapted into a film in 2010 which drew more than 3.4 million moviegoers, becoming the top grossing film among the web comics-based works.

Source: Korea Times  http://www.koreatimes.co.kr/www/news/culture/2013/06/386_136962.html
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Ahn Hye-kyeong stars in movie "Stalker"

Actress Ahn Hye-kyeong is attempting at a tough detective role this time in the movie "Stalker".

"Stalker" is about a man who stalks a housewife and her young daughter then witnesses her daughter get kidnapped one day. It is based on an original web-toon.

Han Hye-kyeong takes on the role of detective Lee who is in charge of this case. She appears differently from the tough image she's portrayed all this time.

Ahn Hye-kyeong's agency claims, "She's going into thorough preparation for this role as she is someone who is completely opposite from her intelligent image".

Meanwhile, "Stalker" also stars Seo Yeong-hee and Jo Han-seon. To be released this end of the year.

Source: HanCinema.net 


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Korean actor Jo Han-sun has been cast in a thriller pic alongside actor Park Byung-eun.

An official with Jo’s agency told TenAsia over the phone on Friday that the actor recently ended filming his new movie “Stalker” (translated title) that is scheduled to be released early next year.

His new film is based on a web cartoon of the same title that centers on a character named Minwoo (Jo) who stalks his high school crush. She is married to Jae-young (Park) who bullied Minwoo in high school. The story faces a turning point when Minwoo witnesses Jae-young’s daughter being abducted.

Jo, who debuted in 2001, has been in numerous films including “A Better Tomorrow” (2010), “Romance of Their Own” (2004) and “Cruel Winter Blues” (2006).

Park recently caught the public’s eyes through his small yet impressive role in Lee Min-ki’s film “Very Ordinary Couple.”

Other notable cast members include actress Ahn Hye-kyung of Lee Jong-suk’s drama “School 2013″ (2012-2013) and actress Seo Yeong-hee of thriller film “The Chaser” (2008).

Source: TenAsia.com


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