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December 16, 2014
Actress, Kim Go-eun of 'Monster - Movie' and 'A Muse' is said to be dating Byeon Yo-han
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People are saying actor, Byeon Yo-han, who is popular with his current role in "Incomplete Life" and actress, Kim Go-eun-I are in love with each other. As the rumor goes on, Kim Go-eun-I is drawing much attention.
Kim Go-eun-I graduated from the acting school at Korea National University of Arts in 1991. She rose as a star with her sensational acting and nude scenes in the movie, 'A Muse' in 2012. With her role in 'A Muse', she swept some prominent awards such as Best New Actress Award from Grand Bell Awards and Best Performance by a New Actress from Blue Dragon Film Awards. She also took on the lead roles in the movies, 'Yeonga' (Short), 'Monster - Movie', 'Coin Locker Girl'. 'A Muse' drew much attention even before the release dates because of her sensational nude scenes.
The agency for Kim Go-eun-I denied the rumor and confirmed they were just friends and alumni from the same acting school, Korea National University of Arts. Byeon Yo-han has been drawing attention by appearing in the movie, 'Cold Eyes' as a supporting role as well as in many independent movies.
Netizens said about the rumors going on, "Byeon Yo-han Kim Go-eun-I, everybody deny relationship in the beginning", "Byeon Yo-han Kim Go-eun-I, they seem to be beautiful people", "Byeon Yo-han Kim Go-eun-I, it's been a while since I heard about celebrity relationship between actors", and "Byeon Yo-han Kim Go-eun-I, it it's true, it's a relationship between actor and actress with good acting performance".

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Many Popular Actresses including Jun Ji Hyun, Park Bo Young, and Kim Hye Soo to Return to Big Screen in 2015
Numerous popular actresses will be returning to the big screen in 2015.
Jun Ji Hyun, who starred in the incredibly popular drama “My Love from the Stars,” will be having her comeback to the big screen with “The Assassination.” Directed by director Choi Dong Hoon, whom she worked with on the 2012 blockbuster hit “The Thieves,” the film will tell the story of an assassination carried out in Shanghai in the 1930′s.
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Son Ye Jin, who made a splash with “The Pirates” in 2014, will be starring in “House Filled with Happiness,” a thriller where she will play the wife of a politician who just became a member of the assembly. Her husband will be portrayed by Kim Joo Hyuk, who worked with Son Ye Jin on the film “My Wife Got Married.”
Im Soo Jung will be having her film comeback in 2015 with thriller mellow “Secret Temptation,” starring alongside Yoo Yeon Suk. She will also be appearing in “Time Escapee,” alongside Lee Jin Wook and Jo Jung Suk. Her last film, “All about My Life,” was in 2012.
Jeon Do Yeon will have an interesting year in 2015, as she will star in “Chivalrous Woman: Memory of the Sword” as a martial arts-wielding warrior, while in “Man and Woman,” she will portray a woman involved in a dangerous romance in Sweden. In “Outlaw,” she will transform into a criminal with a murder charge.
Kim Hye Soo and rising actress Kim Go Eun will star in “Coin Locker Girl,” about a girl who was abandoned in a coin locker as a baby and was raised to be a criminal. Kim Go Eun will also star alongside Jeon Do Yeon in “Chivalrous Woman.”
Park Bo Young, who last appeared in “A Werewolf Boy,” will have two movies come out in 2015: director Lee Hae Young‘s (“26 Years,” “Like a Virgin”) “Girl,” and Jung Ki Hoon‘s “Talking about Passion.”
Miss A‘s Suzy, who rose to fame through her film “Architecture 101” in 2012, will have her big screen comeback with “Dorihwaga,” a period piece where she will star with Ryu Seung Ryong as his protege.
Han Hyo Joo, who took a break in 2014 after 2014 hits “The Masquerade” and “Cold Eyes,” will return with “Ceci Bong” in early 2015, and two romance movies: “Beauty Inside” and “Myohyang Cabin.”
Chun Woo Hee, who received critical acclaim for her acting in 2014 film “Han Gongju,” will be appearing in two more challenging films in 2015, “Wail” and “The Visitor.” She has also been cast in romantic comedy “Beauty Inside.”
It appears that 2015 will be a year full of interesting female movie characters. Which film are you looking forward to the most?
http://www.soompi.com/2014/12/31/many-popular-actresses-including-jun-ji-hyun-park-bo-young-and-kim-hye-soo-to-return-to-big-screen-in-2015/

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December 29, 2014
Genre Diversity from Major 3 in 2015Big Lineups Feature Period, Thriller, Drama, Mystery Fare

by Pierce Conran Korean Cinema Today
With 2014 winding down, another big year for the local industry which cracked 100 million admissions on December 23rd, people are looking to the horizon for a glimpse of what’s in store for the new year from Korea’s major film studios. Continuing a period film trend that kicked off with Masquerade in 2012, each studio will once again present at least one costume drama in their new lineups. Beyond that, local staples such as thrillers and dramas appear prominently, but less common genres also abound along with genre hybrids. New war and mystery films will be programmed alongside romantic thrillers, a genre that has gained traction in Korea since the success of Helpless (2012). Regardless of genre, studios are also demonstrating an affinity for films set in different time periods, with a diverse range of projects taking place at different points of the 20th century. ▶ CJ Entertainment meOZQrutxXIUXjtVenSI.jpg
Following the stunning success of Roaring Currents, which soared well past any previous records to clinch 18 million admissions during the summer, CJ Entertainment is poised for another big year in 2015 with a varied lineup comprised of high profile thrillers, period films and dramas. Following the release on the romcom Love Forecast on January 15th, their first tile of 2015, CJ’s next major title will be C’est si bon, which will be released in time for the Lunar New Year holiday, falling on February 19th. A music biopic of the popular folk duo Twin Folio, the film takes place in the 1960s, largely in the C’est si bon music bar where three young men form the C’est si bon Trio, a group that would later turn into Twin Folio. Directed by Cyrano Agency’s (2011) KIM Hyun-seok, the film stars JUNG Woo (Red Family), KANG Ha-neul (Mourning Grave), JIN Goo (The Target) and HAN Hyo-joo (Cold Eyes), while KIM Yun-Seok (The Thieves, 2012) and KIM Hee-ae (Thread of Lies) appear as some of the same characters in later sequences set in the 1980s. For spring, CJ have five titles scheduled, including the JEON Do-yeon (Secret Sunshine, 2007) thriller The Shameless (working title), the KIM Hye-soo (Tazza: The High Rollers, 2006)/KIM Go-eun (Eungyo, 2012) vehicle Coin Locker Girl (working title), the mature drama Salute d’Amour (working title) from Taegukgi (2004) director KANG Je-gyu, the romantic thriller Perfect Proposal, with LIM Soo-jung (All About My Wife, 2012)) and YOO Yeon-seok (A Werewolf Boy, 2012), and the mystery romance Remember You (working title), with JUNG Woo-sung (Cold Eyes) and KIM Ha-neul (Blind, 2011). The studio will reserve its big guns for the summer, which will see the releases of action thriller Veteran (working title) from RYOO Seung-wan and the period-set action drama Empire of Lust (working title). Teaming up once again with his The Unjust (2010) stars HWANG Jung-min and YU Hae-jin, as well as younger star YOO Ah-in (Punch, 2011), RYOO’s Veteran features a detective who goes up against a big corporation in what promises to be another tightly choreographed action extravaganza from the maker of The Berlin File. Sympathy for Mr. Vengeance (2002) star SHIN Ha-kyun leads the cast of Empire of Lust as an army general who must keep a close eye on a young prince with ambitions to seize the throne. At the same time, he falls in love with a Gisaeng, whom he takes as his concubine, not realizing that she aims to carry out a vendetta against him. The film is being helmed by Blind’s AHN Sang-hoon. ▶ Showbox
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Also primed for a big year is Showbox, the studio behind two of three biggest Korean films of all time (The Host, 2006; The Thieves). Given the recent success of high profile period films in the last two years (including their titles The Face Reader and Kundo: Age of the Rampant), the studio is anchoring its slate with a pair of costume dramas, as well as two star-driven thrillers. First out of the gate this year for Showbox will be their gangster thriller Gangnam Blues, from A Dirty Carnival (2006) mastermind YU Ha, on January 21st. Showbox’s Lunar New Year title will follow in February. The only major Korean sequel of the year, Detective K: Secret of the Lost Island will reteam KIM Myung-min as the Joseon era detective with OH Dal-su as his sidekick. KIM Sok-yun also returns to the director’s chair for the follow-up to the 2011 hit. Later in the year, the company will present Assassination, a 1930s thriller from The Thieves helmer CHOI Dong-hoon shot in Shanghai. Along for the ride in the high octane film will be stars HA Jung-woo (The Berlin File), JEON Ji-hyun (My Sassy Girl, 2001) and LEE Jung-jae (New World). Another thriller in the works is the LEE Byung-hun (A Bittersweet Life, 2005) vehicle Inside Men, in which the global star plays a political fixer. The film, from Man of Vendetta (2010) filmmaker WOO Min-ho, will also star CHO Seung-woo (Marathon, 2005) and BAEK Yoon-shik (Save the Green Planet, 2003). Also scheduled for later in the year will be period drama The Throne, from King and the Clown (2005) director LEE Joon-ik and starring screen icon SONG Kang-ho (Memories of Murder, 2003) as King Yeongjo, who famously ordered his son’s death by suffocation in a large wooden chest filled with rice. Rounding out Showbox’s upcoming slate is The Classified File, a new detective thriller set in 1970s Busan from Friend (2001) director KWAK Kyung-taek. The film stars KIM Yun-seok and YU Hae-jin. ▶ Lotte Entertainment  Following the success of their films The Fatal Encounter and The Pirates this year, Lotte Entertainment will also be entering the fray by presenting a new period blockbuster in 2015, not to mention the first Korean war film since 2011’s The Front Line and major new dramas and thrillers. Featuring major star wattage with the presence of LEE Byung-hun and JEON Do-yeon, in addition to KIM Go-eun and BAE Soo-bin (26 Years, 2012) in supporting roles, Memories of the Sword is an action period epic from PARK Heung-sik, the director of My Mother, the Mermaid (2004). Later in the year, Lotte will present Western Front 1950 (working title), a Korean war film featuring SUL Kyung-gu (Oasis, 2002) and young star YEO Jin-gu (Hwayi: A Monster Boy). A tale of cooperation between South and North Korean soldiers at the tail end of the war, the film marks the directorial debut of The Pirates scribe CHEON Seong-il. Also on the cards for Lotte is So-Nyeo (working title), a female-driven mystery drama from Like a Virgin (2006) co-director LEE Hae-young. The film will feature A Werewolf Boy lead PARK Bo-young as a student at a mysterious boarding school in 1938. So-Nyeo will also feature Hope actress UHM Ji-won.

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Actresses Yoon Yeo Jung & Kim Go-Eun are cast in new movie 'Grandmother Gye-Choon'
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The premise for the film:

Hiigh school student Hye-Ji (Kim Go Eun) is a troubled teen with a scarred mind and a secret. She is dramatically reunited with her grandmother, Gye-Choon (Yoon Yeo Jung), after going missing for 10 years. Gye-Choon lives as a hanyeo (female diver) on Jeju Island.
Filming begins March, 2015.
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January 19, 2015
Yoon Yeo Jeong and Kim Go Eun, casting confirmed for 'Grandmother Gye Choon'
Source: STAR MBN via Hancinema.net
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Actresses, Yoon Yeo-jeong and Kim Go-eun-I have been cast for 'Grandmother Gye-Choon'
On January 19th, the production company, Purple Cats Film announced, "Yoon Yeo-jeong took on the role of tough peppy grandmother, Gye-Choon, who has been living as a woman diver in Jeju island for her entire life. Kim Go-eun-I took on the role of troublesome high school girl, Hye-ji, who has been reserving painful secrets in her heart.
'Grandmother Gye-Choon' depicts tearful and touchy companionship and their beautiful secret between grandmother and granddaughter, who found her grandmother back 10 years after she went missing due to an accident.
'Grandmother Gye-Choon' is the first heartwarming family movie that talks about grandmother and granddaughter. The movie is in the middle of production and will start filming in March with the expected release date sometime this fall, 2015.

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@adrilovekorea, thank you for starting up this thread, and thank you and @rubie for keeping it alive.

I have only seen Kim Go-Eun in "A Muse" but she totally blew my mind in it.
I hope I am lucky to see her in more films.

Upcoming Releases - Post-Production/Completed



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Angry Lawyer성난 변호사Dir: Huh Jong-ho (Countdown, 2011)Cast: Lee Sun-kyun (A Hard Day), Kim Go-eun (Eungyo, 2012)Production: 
Distribution: CJ EntertainmentFilming Dates2014-10-18 ~ 2015-01-20
Genre: Thriller
Plot: A lawyer teams up with a young prosecutor to tackle a murder case with multiple suspects but no body or evidence.


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Coin Locker Girl (working title)
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Dir: Han Jun-hee (1st Film)
Cast: Kim Hye-soo (The Thieves, 2012), Kim Go-eun (Eungyo, 2012)
Production: Pollox Pictures
Distribution: CJ Entertainment
Filming Dates: 2014-08-05 ~ 2014-10-16
Genre: Noir-Drama
Plot: Abandoned in a train station coin locker when she was a baby, Il-young was raised by thieves and debt collectors. Now 18, she is exposed to the world that everyone calls normal.



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January 27, 2015
YOUN Yuh-jung and KIM Go-eun Play FamilyA Granddaughter Once Lost is Found
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iZwKJftlLYJsoWohyqsT.jpg Production Company Purple Cats Film announced on January 19th that actresses YOUN Yuh-jung and KIM Go-eun have confirmed their participation in Gye-choon-hal-mang (working title), which translates to Grandma Gye-choon. YOUN, a stellar actress who has roamed both the big and small screens for many years, will be playing the role of the grandmother. Gye-choon lives in Jeju Island and makes a living as a diver by collecting shellfish. Due to an unfortunate incident, Gye-choon loses her young granddaughter Hye-ji (played by KIM Go-eun), who grows up with hurtful memories. Ten years after the incident, the two women are miraculously reunited, soaked in tears of happiness. Both actresses had a busy year last year, and have new releases coming up. Actress KIM Go-eun, who was praised for Eungyo (2012), has three titles on her slate including Memories of the Sword, Coin Locker Girl and Angry Lawyer (working title). On the other hand, YOUN will star in romantic melodrama Salute d’Amore (working title) as the female protagonist, partnering up with PARK Keun-hyong. The film is scheduled to start shooting in March and will be released this fall.

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'China Town' Kim Hye-soo and Kim Go-eun show off dramatic transformation in creating unprecedented female characters

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While movie "China Town" has confirmed its release date as sometime in April, the dramatic transformation of the two actresses, Kim Hye-soo and Kim Go-eun has raised much curiosity about the movie.

"China Town" is a film depicting the survivorship rules by two women, who have been living in their own ways in China Town, where only useful individuals would survive. The movie has been garnering much attention since the two actresses joined in the movie.

Kim Hye-soo took on the role as godmother in China Town, who is also called 'Mom', and Kim Go-eun took on the role, Il-yeong, who was abandoned in the number 10 locker in a subway station.

The focal point of the movie is the dramatic changes of images by Kim Hye-soo and Kim Go-eun. Unlike Kim Hye-soo's usual healthy and sexy image, she put on a peculiar hair style and special makeup. She gave up on her ageless look without hesitation and transformed herself to deliver effective acting performance.

Kim Go-eun, who is one of the sought after actresses on Chungmu-ro and famous for her unique vibe and fresh and mysterious face, now sports short hair showing off her androgynous charm. It is expected she will reveal her own hidden merits as an actress through her swift action acting performance to perfection and the stable energy to carry on the acting performance to match Kim Hye-soo's strong acting ability.

The creation of the unprecedented female characters as well as the dramatic transformation of the two actresses will deliver the unexpected fresh surprise to moviegoers through the movie, "China Town".

Source: Hancinema

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March 15, 2015

FilMart: Korea’s Lotte Lines Up Slate of Period Movies

Sonia Kil l Variety.com
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SEOUL — Four period titles head the sales slate of Lotte Entertainment, South Korea’s second largest vertically integrated film conglomerate, going in to next week’s Hong Kong FilMart.

Nostalgic trips down memory lane were big hits in Korea last year, with “Ode to My Father,” “Roaring Currents” and Lotte’s “The Pirates” all doing huge box office business.

Seoul during the Japanese imperial period is the setting for “The Silenced,” a thriller set in a mysterious sanatorium. Directed by Lee Hae-young (“Like a Virgin”), the picture stars Park Bo-young (“A Werewolf Boy”) and Uhm Ji-won (“Hope”). It is set for release in Korea in June.

The reign of tyrannical king Yeonsan-gun is the backdrop for erotic political drama “The Treacherous.” The film is directed by Min Kyu-dong (“All About My Wife”) and stars Ju Ji-hoon, who previously worked with the director on “Antique.” Lotte has all rights except Europe, whose territories are handled by Finecut.

Lee Byung-hun (“Terminator: Genisys”), Cannes-winning actress Jeon Do-yeon (“Way Back Home”) and Kim Go-eun (“Eun-gyo”) star in “The Memories of the Sword,” a period action drama with a $10 million budget. Direction, under Park Heung-sik (“My Mother the Mermaid”), began in February 2014.

“The Long Way Home,” a big-budget film set during the Korean War in 1953, is the feature directorial debut of screenwriter Chun Sung-il (“The Pirates”). The picture stars veteran actor Sol Kyung-gu (“Cold Eyes”) and rising star Yeo Jin-goo (“Hwayi: A Monster Boy”).

Lotte skipped the European Film market in Berlin, and will instead open up sales on the new titles at FilMart.

Among its completed titles are 2014 Locarno-winning indie “A Fresh Start,” which will be released in Korea this year, and 2015 Berlinale’s Forum title “End of Winter,” which will also screen at this month’s Hong Kong International Film Festival.
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I have only seen young and talented Miss Kim Go-eun in her debut movie "Eun-gyo - A Muse", but she did leave me with a huge impression that made me feel that she is and will become an excellent actress in many K-movies and K-dramas to come. There is something in her eyes. I hope she will choose and get the right roles - preferable in drama movies and TV-series.

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March 23, 2015
[starN ZoomIn] Kim Hye Soo & Kim Go Eun attend press conference for movie 'China Town' together
Source: STARN News
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Press conference for movie 'China Town' was held at CGV Apgujeong branch in Shinsadong, Seoul.
Actresses Kim Hye Soo and Kim Go Eun attended the conference in black and white dresses, and captured everyone's attention with fabulous looks.
Kim Hye Soo appeared in a black dress, looking chic and sexy as usual, and Kim Go Eun appeared in a white dress, showing sexy and classy look.
Meanwhile, 'China Town' is going to show a story of two women's struggle to survive in China Town, and it will be officially released in April.
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/Reporting by Kim Dong-Joo en@starnnews.com

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