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Kim Hye Soo and Yum Jung Ah in Talks to Take the Lead in Director Ryoo Seung Wan’s New Film

Smuggling is scheduled to start filming in June next year after wrapping up pre-production.

Filming will start in June 2021.

Cast: Kim Hye-soo, Yum Jung-ah, Jo In-sung (Mogadishu), Park Jung-min (Deliver Us from Evil)

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Ryu Seung Wan’s New Film ‘Smugglers’ Completed Its Cast Lineup: Kim Hye Soo, Yum Jung Ah, Jo In Sung & Park Jung Min

 

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Kim Hye Soo, Yum Jung Ah, Jo In Sung, and Park Jung Min will come together for director Ryu Seung Wan’s new film Smugglers (literal title).

 

According to Starnews, Jo In Sung and Park Jung Min have newly joined the Smugglers team and are coordinating details. Jo In Sung worked with director Ryu in his latest film Mogadishu, while this is Park Jung Min’s first collaboration with Ryu.

 

Smugglers depicts a dark battle surrounding smuggling. Kim Hye Soo and Yun Jung Ah have preciously confirmed their appearances as two-top female leads. Jo and Park will spice up the story with these two impressive ladies as two major figures.

 

Earlier last year, Ryu finished filming his film Mogadishu in Morocco with Kim Yoon Seok, Jo In Sung, and Heo Joon Ho before the COVID-19 pandemic swept the globe. Originally, Mogadishu was scheduled to be screened last summer as Lotte Entertainment’s tentpole film, but it was indefinitely delayed in the aftermath of the pandemic.

 

And instead of waiting for his film to be introduced in theaters, Ryu chose to begin in his new project, Smugglers. After completing his scenario, he added some of the best names in the industry to his production.

 

Smugglers has drawn attention from both inside and outside the film industry in that it is the first female two-top film to be released in 20 years following the 2002 action film No Blood No Tears, starring Jeon Do Yeon and Lee Hye Young. Amid the slew of films starring actors in their 20s-50s, Smugglers is the first Korean commercial film to feature two top actresses in their 50s.

 

After completing pre-production work, Smugglers will begin filming in June.

 

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[PICK] Here’s the Lineup of ‘NEW’ & Upcoming Movies, From ‘The Witch: Part 2’ to ‘The Owl’

 

by willow | 2021-04-05

 

The Movie Business division of media conglomerate NEW revealed a lineup for upcoming works. Eleven total works are presented, including works that are past their production stage, ready to premiere. The lineup also introduces pieces that recently caught the public’s attention with its cast members.

 

NEW’s movie business department newly arranged its organization into Content Strategy Planning HQ and Distribution Strategy Planning HQ. The company sought changes according to the climates of new media through planning, investment, production, and distribution. It also signed a long-term equity investment agreement with Library Pictures International, a Hollywood investment company. Amid the changing times after COVID-19, we look forward to whether the upcoming works of popular actors and production crew will bring life back to the theatre industry.

 

1. Hostage

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This movie depicts the unprecedented incident where a famous actor is abducted at the center of Korea. Blurring the boundary between fiction and reality, Hwang Jung Min plays the kidnapped actor Hwang Jung Min. In the reality-thriller, he gets kidnapped in the early morning with no evidence left behind nor witnesses. Director Pil Gam Sung stated, “I hope this movie comes as a rollercoaster that is surprising, enjoyable, and thrilling. It will be fun for viewers to both empathize with and watch the protagonist. Especially in a situation where the distinction between fiction and non-fiction is unclear.”

 

2. Special Cargo

A crime action film that unfolds as Eun Ha gets embroiled in an unforeseen event. The character is a driver who fast-delivers anything with a success rate of 100%. Park So Dam will demonstrate action scenes as she acts as the driver with exceptional driving skills. “You will be able to see how awesome Park So Dam’s stunts are,” states director Park Dae Min as he adds, “please look forward to the action scenes and the close bonds between characters as they run towards a goal.”

 

3. Not the Lips (literal title)

Illustrated by this film is a story of those whose lives and works are complicated as they get entangled in bizarre romances. It is the first full-length movie to be directed by actress Jo Eun Ji. Earlier, she won the Jury’s Special Award from the 2017 Mise-en-scene Short Film Festival for her short film, 2 Nights 3 Days. Director Jo Eun Ji explained, “It’s a comedy that captures the process of various characters experiencing growth from different relationships. Hopefully, the interaction between characters who are full of personalities will create laughter.” The work stars Ryu Seung Ryong, Oh Na Ra, Kim Hee Won, Lee Yoo Young, Sung Yoo Bin, Moo Jin Sung, and more.

 

4. Hello, My Soulmate

It is a story about the soulmate we all once had back then, with whom we shared our friendship, breakup, and love. Kim Da Mi, Jeon So Nee, and Byeon Woo Seok become the radiant youths in the film as they capture Jeju Island’s beautiful scenery and their sincerity that overcomes generations. “It’s about finally realizing who they are through each other, after going in circles for a long time. Please look forward to the special friendship between the women who are subtle yet strong,” director Min Yong Geun urged.

 

5. Handsome Guys

Lee Sung Min and Lee Hee Joon play the two lead characters of this scary yet funny comedy work. The plot unfolds as the village and cabin’s myth comes to life when the two move to the mountain cabin. With unforgettable first appearances, these men call themselves ‘Handsome Guys.’ Director Nam Dong Hyub stated, “Though shamelessly funny, the movie reveals how genuine and serious the two men are. You will be able to enjoy a different kind of fun in the message that points out the prejudices and misunderstandings related to outward appearances.”

 

6. The Witch: Part 2

It is a sequel to The Witch: Part 1, The Subversion. The movie deals with a girl who awakes from the huge secret lab and those who chase after her. An audition-winning Rookie actress Shin Si Ah will play the film’s main character. Along with existing cast members Jo Min Su and Kim Da Mi, expectations are rising as Lee Jong Suk, Park Eun Bin, Seo Eun Joo, Jin Goo, and Sung Yoo Bin will be newly joining. Director Park Hoon Jung detailed, “It is a work that allows people to face human nature through a transcendence being. I hope it will be a pleasant gift to fans who anticipated the sequel, as they will be able to take a step further into the universe.”

 

 

* New Films Going into Production

 

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Credit: Warner Bros Pictures, Showbox, Lotte Entertainment, JINJIN Pictures

 

7. Smugglers

It is a work that became the talk of the town only with the news of its cast members, including Kim Hye Soo, Yum Jung Ah, Jo In Sung, and Park Jung Min. With a small, peaceful seaside village of the 70s as its background, the film depicts the story of two women who get involved in smuggling. Director Ryu Seung Wan plans to fiercely portray the risky smuggling operation that happens upon the vast sea.

 

8. High Five (literal title)

Director Kang Hyeong Cheol, the master of storytelling, will come back to the world of supernatural powers. High Five (working title) draws the story of five novice heroes who coincidentally happened to get superpowers as they meet those who yearn after their abilities. Lee Jae In, Yoo Ah In, Ahn Jae Hong, Ra Mi Ran, Kim Hee Won, and Oh Jung Se will make their appearances in the film.

 

9. Honest Candidate 2

As a follow-up for Honest Candidate, previous cast members, including Ra Mi Ran, Kim Mu Yeol, Yoon Kyung Ho, and director Jang Yoo Jung, will return. The sequel will focus on Joo Sang Sook’s story, the owner of the mouth of truth, as she hopes to return to politics.

 

10. The Land of Happiness (literal title)

The story of a lawyer who tries their best to save a figure caught up in an incident that shook modern history to its core. It is a new movie by Choo Chang Min, the film director that recorded 10 million viewers, Masquerade. As Jo Jung Suk plays the role of the lawyer Jung In Hoo, he will be making a bold impression than he did before.

 

11. The Owl

It is a thriller film that lays out the overnight incident that happened inside the palace. It depicts Kyung Soo’s story, a blind acupuncturist with a gifted talent, as he finds out about the forbidden secret of the king. Choi Min Sik will play the king, and Ryu Jun Ryeol will become Kyung Soo, the acupuncturist. Ahn Tae Jin, who previously was the assistant director of The King & The Clown, will grab the megaphone.

 

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The 57th BaekSang Arts Awards 제57회 백상예술대상

 

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Location: KINTEX (Korea International Exhibition Center) at Ilsan, Goyang City, Gyeonggi Province

Date & Time: May 13, 2021 (Thursday) at 9pm (Korean time)

Broadcast: JTBC | JTBC2 | JTBC4

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For works released between May 1, 2020 and April 11, 2021.

For television category, TV shows, streaming service platforms' original series, and web series were considered; series must have at least 4 episodes and should have released more than 1/3 of its complete run.

 

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TV Section 

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Grand Prize 대상

 

 

Best Drama 작품상 (드라마)

‘Beyond Evil/Monster 괴물’ (JTBC)

‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’ (tvN)

‘Flower of Evil 악의 꽃’ (tvN)

‘Extracurricular 인간수업’ (Netflix)

‘My Unfamiliar Family 가족입니다’ (tvN)

 

Best Entertainment/Variety Program 작품상 (예능)

‘개미는 오늘도 뚠뚠’ (카카오TV)

‘놀면 뭐하니?’ (MBC)

‘싱어게인’ (JTBC)

‘유퀴즈 온더 블럭’ (tvN)

‘전설의 무대 아카이브K’ (SBS)

 

Best Educational/Cultural Show 작품상  (교양)

‘건축탐구 - 집3’ (EBS)

‘꼬리에 꼬리를 무는 그날 이야기’ (SBS)

‘아카이브 프로젝트-모던코리아2’ (KBS 1TV)

‘차이나는 클라스 - 질문 있습니다’ (JTBC)

‘SBS 신년특집 세기의 대결 AI vs 인간’ (SBS)

 

Best PD/Director 연출상

Kwon Young-il 권영일 (‘My Unfamiliar Family 가족입니다’)

Kim Chul-gyu 김철규 (‘Flower of Evil 악의 꽃’)

Kim Hee-won 김희원 (‘Vincenzo 빈센조’)

Park Shin-woo 박신우 (‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’)

Shim Na-yeon 심나연 (‘Beyond Evil/Monster 괴물’)

 

Best Script 극본

Kim Su-jin 김수진 (‘Beyond Evil/Monster 괴물’)

Kim Eun-jung 김은정 (‘My Unfamiliar Family 가족입니다’)

Yoo Jung-hee 유정희 (‘Flower of Evil 악의 꽃’)

Jo Yong 조용 (‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’)

Ha Myung-hee 하명희 (‘Record of Youth 청춘기록’)

 

Technical Award 예술상

Lee Byung-joo 이병주 (‘Sweet Home 스위트홈’ / VFX)

Jang Jong-kyung 장종경 (‘Beyond Evil/Monster 괴물’ / Cinematography 촬영)

Jo Sang-gyung 조상경 (‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’ / Costume 의상)

Choi Jung-yoon 최정윤 (‘The Stage Of Legends Archive K’ / Music 음악)

MBC Design Center VFX Team MBC 디자인센터 VFX팀 (‘VR Human Documentary Meeting You Season 2 VR 휴먼다큐멘터리 너를 만났다 시즌2’ / VR)

 

Best Leading Actor 최우수연기상 (남)

Kim Soo-hyun 김수현 (‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’)

Song Joong-ki 송중기 (‘Vincenzo 빈센조’)

Shin Ha-kyun 신하균 (‘Beyond Evil/Monster 괴물’)

Uhm Ki-joon 엄기준 (‘Penthouse 펜트하우스’)

Lee Joon-ki 이준기 (‘Flower of Evil 악의 꽃’)

 

Best Leading Actress 최우수연기상 (여)

Kim So-yeon 김소연 (‘Penthouse 펜트하우스’)

Kim So-hyun 김소현 (‘River Where the Moon Rises 달이 뜨는 강’)

Seo Yea-ji 서예지 (‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’)

Shin Hye-sun 신혜선 (‘Mr. Queen 철인왕후’)

Uhm Ji-won 엄지원 (‘Birthcare Center 산후조리원’)

 

Best Supporting Actor 조연상 (남)

Kim Seon-ho 김선호 ('Start-Up 스타트업')

Kim Ji-hoon 김지훈 (‘Flower of Evil 악의 꽃’)

Oh Jung-se 오정세 (‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’)

Lee Hee-joon 이희준 (‘Mouse 마우스')

Choi Dae-hoon 최대훈 (‘Beyond Evil/Monster 괴물’)

 

Best Supporting Actress 조연상 (여)

Park Ha-sun 박하선 (‘Birthcare Center 산후조리원’)

Shin Eun-kyung 신은경 (‘Penthouse 펜트하우스’)

Yeom Hye-ran 염혜란 ('The Uncanny Counter 경이로운 소문')

Jang Young-nam 장영남 (‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’)

Cha Chung-hwa 차청화 (‘Mr. Queen 철인왕후’)

 

Best New Actor  신인연기상 (남)

Kim Young-dae 김영대 (‘Penthouse 펜트하우스’)

Na In-woo 나인우 (‘River Where the Moon Rises 달이 뜨는 강’)

Nam Yoon-su 남윤수 (‘Extracurricular 인간수업’)

Song Kang 송강 ('Sweet Home 스위트홈')

Lee Do-hyun 이도현 ('18 Again 18어게인')

 

Best New Actress 신인연기상 (여)

Kim Hyun-soo 김현수 (‘Penthouse 펜트하우스’)

Park Gyu-young 박규영 ('Sweet Home 스위트홈')

Park Ju-hyun 박주현 (‘Extracurricular 인간수업’)

Lee Joo-young 이주영 ('Times 타임즈')

Choi Sung-eun 최성은 (‘Beyond Evil/Monster 괴물’)

 

Best Male Variety Performer  예능상 (남)

Moon Se-yoon 문세윤

Shin Dong-yeop 신동엽

Yoo Jae-suk 유재석

Lee Seung-gi 이승기

Jo Se-ho 조세호

 

Best Female Variety Performer  예능상 (여)

Kim Sook 김숙

Song Eun-i 송은이

Jang Do-yeon 장도연

Jaejae 재재

Hong Hyun-hee 홍현희

 

 

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FILM Section

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Grand Prize 대상

 

 

Best Film 작품상

'Moving On 남매의 여름밤'

'Deliver Us from Evil 다만 악에서 구하소서'

‘Samjin Company English Class 삼진그룹 영어토익반’

'Voice of Silence 소리도 없이'

'The Book of Fish 자산어보'

 

Best Director 감독상

Yoon Dan-bi 윤단비 ('Moving On 남매의 여름밤')

Lee Jong-pil 이종필 (‘Samjin Company English Class 삼진그룹 영어토익반’)

Lee Joon-ik 이준익 ('The Book of Fish 자산어보')

Hong Won-chan 홍원찬 ('Deliver Us from Evil 다만 악에서 구하소서')

Hong Eui-jung 홍의정 ('Voice of Silence 소리도 없이')

 

Best New Director 신인 감독상

Park Ji-wan 박지완 (‘The Day I Died 내가 죽던 날)

Yoon Dan-bi 윤단비 ('Moving On 남매의 여름밤')

Lee Chung-hyun 이충현 (‘Call 콜’)

Lim Seon-ae 임선애 (‘An Old Lady 69세’)

Hong Eui-jung 홍의정 ('Voice of Silence 소리도 없이')

 

Best Leading Actor 최우수연기상 (남)

Byun Yo-han 변요한 (‘The Book of Fish 자산어보’)

Seol Kyung-gu 설경구 (‘The Book of Fish 자산어보’)

Yoo Ah-in 유아인 (‘Voice of Silence 소리도 없이’)

Lee Jung-jae 이정재 (‘Deliver Us from Evil 다만 악에서 구하소서’)

Cho Jin-woong 조진웅 (‘Me and Me 사라진 시간’)

 

Best Leading Actress 최우수연기상 (여)

Go Ah-sung 고아성 (‘Samjin Company English Class 삼진그룹 영어토익반’)

Kim Hye-soo 김혜수 (‘The Day I Died 내가 죽던 날’)

Moon So-ri 문소리 (‘Three Sisters 세자매’)

Ye Soo-jung 예수정 (‘An Old Lady 69세’)

Jeon Jong-seo 전종서 (‘Call 콜’)

 

Best Supporting Actor 조연상 (남)

Koo Kyo-hwan 구교환 ('Peninsula 반도')

Park Jung-min 박정민 (‘Deliver Us from Evil 다만 악에서 구하소서’)

Shin Jung-geun 신정근 (‘Steel Rain 2: Summit 강철비2: 정상회담’)

Yoo Jae-myung 유재명 ('Voice of Silence 소리도 없이')

Heo Joon-ho 허준호 ('Innocence 결백')

 

Best Supporting Actress 조연상 (여)

Kim Sun-young 김선영 ('Three Sisters 세자매')

Bae Jong-ok 배종옥 ('Innocence 결백')

Lee Re 이레 ('Peninsula 반도')

Esom 이솜 ('Samjin Company English Class 삼진그룹 영어토익반')

Lee Jung-eun 이정은 (‘The Day I Died 내가 죽던 날’)

 

Best New Actor  신인연기상 (남)

Kim Do-yoon 김도윤 ('Peninsula 반도')

Ryu Soo-young 류수영 (‘Steel Rain 2: Summit 강철비2: 정상회담’)

Park Seung-jun 박승준 ('Moving On 남매의 여름밤')

Lee Bong-keun 이봉근 ('The Singer 소리꾼')

Hong Gyung 홍경 ('Innocence 결백')

 

Best New Actress 신인연기상 (여)

Park So-yi 박소이 (‘Deliver Us from Evil 다만 악에서 구하소서’)

Shin Hye-sun 신혜선 ('Innocence 결백')

Jang Yoon-ju 장윤주 ('Three Sisters 세자매')

Jung Soo-jung 정수정 ('More Than Family 애비규환')

Choi Jungun 최정운 ('Moving On 남매의 여름밤')

 

Best Screenplay 시나리오상

Kim Se-gyum 김세겸 ('The Book of Fish 자산어보')

Park Ji-wan 박지완 (‘The Day I Died 내가 죽던 날)

Yoon Dan-bi 윤단비 ('Moving On 남매의 여름밤')

Hong Soo-young 홍수영 · Son Mi 손미 ('Samjin Company English Class 삼진그룹 영어토익반')

Hong Eui-jung 홍의정 ('Voice of Silence 소리도 없이')

 

Technical Award 예술상

Lee Eui-tae 이의태 ('The Book of Fish 자산어보' / Cinematography 촬영)

Lee Jeon-hyung 이전형 · Choi Jae-chun 최재천 · Jung Hwang-soo 정황수 (“Peninsula 반도’ / VFX)

Jang Geun-young 장근영 (‘Space Sweepers 승리호’ / Production Design 미술)

Jung Sung-jin 정성진 · Jung Cheol-min 정철민 (‘Space Sweepers 승리호’ / VFX)

Hong Gyung-pyo 홍경표 ('Deliver Us from Evil 다만 악에서 구하소서' / Cinematography 촬영)

 

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Final Nominees for The 57th Baeksang Arts Awards Revealed

 

by willow

 

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Credit: Baeksang Arts Awards, NEWSIS

 

The 57th Baeksang Arts Awards unveiled its nominees for the categories of Television, Movies, and Plays.

 

The executive office of Baeksang Arts Awards announced the final list of actors and works for each category on the morning of the 12th through their official website. The nominees are chosen from those who were active in the past year in the fields of TV, movies, and plays.

 

Listed for Television series are Beyond Evil (JTBC), It’s Okay to Not Be Okay, Flower of Evil, My Unfamiliar Family (tvN), and Extracurricular (Netflix). Nominees for Best Entertainment Program were spread among various channels, including March of the Ants (KakaoTV), Hangout with Yoo (MBC), Sing Again (JTBC), You Quiz on the Block (tvN), and Legendary Stage – Archive K (SBS).

 

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Furthermore, Architectural Exploration – Home season 3 (literal translation) (EBS), The Story of the Day Biting the Tail (SBS), Archive Project – Modern Korea 2 (KBS 1TV), Differential Class (JTBC), and Battle of the Century AI vs Human (SBS) were nominated for the Best Educational Show Award.

 

The competition for the best actor awards is fierce, as always. Nominated for Best Actor are Kim Soo Hyun (for tvN’s It’s Okay to Not Be Okay), Song Joong Ki (for tvN’s Vincenzo), Shin Ha Kyun (for JTBC’s Beyond Evil), Uhm Ki Joon (for SBS’ The Penthouse), and Lee Joon Ki (for tvN’s Flower of Evil). The nominees for the Best Actress Award is as following: Kim So Yeon (for SBS’ The Penthouse), Kim So Hyun (for KBS 2TV’s River Where the Moon Rises), Seo Ye Ji (for tvN’s It’s Okay to Not Be Okay), Shin Hye Sun (for tvN’s Mr. Queen), and Uhm Ji Won (for tvN’s Birthcare Center). 

 

Candidates for supporting actors are also jaw-dropping. Kim Sun Ho (for tvN’s Start Up), Kim Ji Hoon (for tvN’s Flower of Evil), Oh Jung Se (for tvN’s It’s Okay to Not Be Okay), Lee Hee Jun (for tvN’s Mouse), and Choi Dae Hoon (for JTBC’s Beyond Evil) are up for the Best Supporting Actor Award. Meanwhile, Park Ha Sun (for tvN’s Birthcare Center), Shin Eun Kyung (for SBS’ The Penthouse), Yeom Hye Ran (for OCN’s The Uncanny Counter), Jang Yeong Nam (for tvN’s It’s Okay to Not Be Okay), and Chan Jung Hwa (for tvN’s Mr. Queen) are listed as the nominees of the Best Supporting Actress Award.

 

Who will take the honor of the Best New Actor, the award that can only be won once in a lifetime? Kim Young Dae (The Penthouse), Na In Woo (River Where the Moon Rises), Nam Yoon Soo, (Extracurricular), Song Kang (Netflix’s Sweet Home), and Lee Do Hyun (JTBC’s 18 Again) are competing for the award. For Best New Actress are Kim Hyun Soo (The Penthouse), Park Gyu Young (Sweet Home), Park Joo Hyun (Extracurricular), Lee Joo Young (OCN’s Times), and Choi Sung Eun (Beyond Evil).

 

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The Male and Female candidates for Best Variety Performer are also noteworthy. Moon Se Yoon on 2 Days & 1 Night (2D1N) and Tasty Guys, Shin Dong Yup who leads Immortal Songs and My Little Old Boy, Yoo Jae Suk on Hang Out with Yoo and Sixth Sense, All the Butlers and Busted! 3’s Lee Seung Gi and Jo Se Ho from You Quiz on the Block were nominated. For female nominees, there are Where is My Home and Love Naggers’ Kim Sook, Problem Child in House’s Song Eun I, I Live Alone’s Jang Do Yeon, Girls High School Mystery Class’ Jae Jae, Omniscient Interfering View’s Hong Hyun Hee.

 

Up for the Film Category are Moving On, Deliver Us from Evil, Samjin Company English Class, Voice of Silence, and The Book of Fish. The directors of these works are also nominated for Best Director Award.

 

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Nominated for Best Film Actor include Byun Yo Han (The Book of Fish), Sol Kyung Gu (The Book of Fish), Yoo Ah In (Voice of Silence), Lee Jeong Jae (Deliver Us from Evil), Cho Jin Woong (Me and Me). For Best Actress are Go Ah Sung (Samjin Company English Class), Kim Hye Soo (The Day I Died: Unclosed Case), Ye Soo Jung (An Old Lady), and Jeon Jong Seo (Call).

 

This year’s supporting actor nominees have also made their presence as solid as leading actors. This includes Koo Kyo Hwan (Peninsula), Park Jung Min (Deliver Us from Evil), Shin Jung Geun (Steel Rain 2: Summit), Yoo Jae Myung (Voice of Silence), and Heo Joon Ho (Innocence). Candidates for Best Supporting Actress consist of Kim Sun Young (Three Sisters), Baek Jong Ok (Innocence), Lee Re (Peninsula), Esom (Samjin Company English Class), and Lee Jung Eun (The Day I Died: Unclosed Case).

 

The lineup for Best New Actor in the Film section includes all generations. Kim Do Yoon (Peninsula), Ryu Soo Young (Steel Rain 2: Summit), Park Seung Joon (Moving On), Lee Bong Geun (The Singer), Hong Kyung (Innocence) are up for the Best New Actor Award. Meanwhile, Park So Yi (Deliver Us from Evil), Shin Hye Sun (Innocence), Jang Yoon Ju (Three Sisters), Jung Soo Jung (More Than Family) are heading towards the Best New Actress Award.

 

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This year’s Baeksang Arts Awards will take into consideration contents released between May 1st of 2020 to April 11th of 2021. This includes all Korean media from terrestrial, cable, OTT, and web channels. 40 total members of the professional judging committee within the industry conducted a preliminary survey to select final candidates. 

 

The Baeksang Arts Awards will be held live on JTBC from 9 PM KST on May 13th. It will be hosted without audiences, due to the COVID-19 situation.

 

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'Parasite' star Lee Jeong-eun to star in Netflix's new series


By Lee Gyu-lee | 2021-05-11


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Actress Lee Jeong-eun has taken a role in Netflix's upcoming series, "Juvenile Judgement" (direct translation). Courtesy of Will Entertainment


Actress Lee Jeong-eun, who garnered international fame through her role as a housekeeper in the award-winning film "Parasite," will star in Netflix's upcoming series, "Juvenile Judgement" (direct translation).


The actress's agency, Will Entertainment, announced Tuesday that Lee has agreed to play the role of a judge named Na Geun-hee in the drama series.


Directed by Hong Jong-chan, who is responsible for hit TV series such as "Master's Sun" and "Live Up to Your Name," the series will follow the lives of characters at a district juvenile court as well as cases involving young offenders. The court gets a refreshing perspective when an elite judge, Shim Eun-seok (Kim Hye-soo), who has a strong aversion towards juvenile criminals, is newly appointed there. 


Lee will play one of the judges at the court who constantly finds herself clashing with Eun-seok, due to their different approaches to the cases.


This series will be the second time the two actresses will co-star in a project, since co-leading the mystery film, "The Day I Died: Unclosed Case," last year. 

 

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Actors Lee Sung-min and Kim Mu-yeol will also star in the series as judges.


Lee Jeong-eun debuted with a play in 1991, but it wasn't until recently that she came to the public's attention with a minor role in the mega-hit series, "Mr. Sunshine." Her breakout role came in director Bong Joon-ho's 2019 film, "Parasite." Since then, she has starred in various TV series and films, including the KBS dramas, "When the Camellia Blooms" and "Once Again," which won her the network's year-end awards.

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The 57th BaekSang Arts Awards 제57회 백상예술대상
 
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The 57th BaekSang Arts Awards 제57회 백상예술대상 [WINNERS]

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Location: KINTEX (Korea International Exhibition Center) at Ilsan, Goyang City, Gyeonggi Province
Date & Time: May 13, 2021 (Thursday) at 9pm (Korean time)
Broadcast: JTBC | JTBC2 | JTBC4
MCs: Shin Dong-yup, Suzy

 

For works released between May 1, 2020 and April 11, 2021.
For television category, TV shows, streaming service platforms' original series, and web series were considered; series must have at least 4 episodes and should have released more than 1/3 of its complete run.

 

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TV Section 
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Grand Prize 대상
 Yoo Jae-suk 유재석
 
Best Drama 작품상 (드라마)
‘Beyond Evil/Monster 괴물’ (JTBC)
‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’ (tvN)
‘Flower of Evil 악의 꽃’ (tvN)
‘Extracurricular 인간수업’ (Netflix)
‘My Unfamiliar Family 가족입니다’ (tvN)
 
Best Entertainment/Variety Program 작품상 (예능)
‘The Three Ants | 개미는 오늘도 뚠뚠’ (KakaoTV)
‘Hangout with Yoo | 놀면 뭐하니?’ (MBC)
‘Sing Again | 싱어게인’ (JTBC)
‘You Quiz on the Block | 유퀴즈 온더 블럭’ (tvN)
‘The Stage of Legends - Archive K | 전설의 무대 아카이브K’ (SBS)
 
Best Educational/Cultural Show 작품상  (교양)
‘Architectural Exploration - House 3 | 건축탐구 - 집3’ (EBS)
‘A Tied Tail’s Story | 꼬리에 꼬리를 무는 그날 이야기’ (SBS)
‘Archive Project - Modern Korea 2 | 아카이브 프로젝트-모던코리아2’ (KBS 1TV)
‘Curious Class | 차이나는 클라스 - 질문 있습니다’ (JTBC)
‘SBS Battle of the Century AI vs Human | SBS 신년특집 세기의 대결 AI vs 인간’ (SBS)
 
Best PD/Director 연출상
Kwon Young-il 권영일 (‘My Unfamiliar Family 가족입니다’)
Kim Chul-gyu 김철규 (‘Flower of Evil 악의 꽃’)
Kim Hee-won 김희원 (‘Vincenzo 빈센조’)
Park Shin-woo 박신우 (‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’)
Shim Na-yeon 심나연 (‘Beyond Evil/Monster 괴물’)
 
Best Script 극본
Kim Su-jin 김수진 (‘Beyond Evil/Monster 괴물’)
Kim Eun-jung 김은정 (‘My Unfamiliar Family 가족입니다’)
Yoo Jung-hee 유정희 (‘Flower of Evil 악의 꽃’)
Jo Yong 조용 (‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’)
Ha Myung-hee 하명희 (‘Record of Youth 청춘기록’)
 
Technical Award 예술상
Lee Byung-joo 이병주 (‘Sweet Home 스위트홈’ / VFX)
Jang Jong-kyung 장종경 (‘Beyond Evil/Monster 괴물’ / Cinematography 촬영)
Jo Sang-gyung 조상경 (‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’ / Costume 의상)
Choi Jung-yoon 최정윤 (‘The Stage Of Legends Archive K’ / Music 음악)
MBC Design Center VFX Team MBC 디자인센터 VFX팀 (‘VR Human Documentary Meeting You Season 2 VR 휴먼다큐멘터리 너를 만났다 시즌2’ / VR)
 
Best Leading Actor 최우수연기상 (남)
Kim Soo-hyun 김수현 (‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’)
Song Joong-ki 송중기 (‘Vincenzo 빈센조’)
Shin Ha-kyun 신하균 (‘Beyond Evil/Monster 괴물’)
Uhm Ki-joon 엄기준 (‘Penthouse 펜트하우스’)
Lee Joon-gi 이준기 (‘Flower of Evil 악의 꽃’)
 
Best Leading Actress 최우수연기상 (여)
Kim So-yeon 김소연 (‘Penthouse 펜트하우스’)
Kim So-hyun 김소현 (‘River Where the Moon Rises 달이 뜨는 강’)
Seo Yea-ji 서예지 (‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’)
Shin Hye-sun 신혜선 (‘Mr. Queen 철인왕후’)
Uhm Ji-won 엄지원 (‘Birthcare Center 산후조리원’)
 
Best Supporting Actor 조연상 (남)
Kim Seon-ho 김선호 ('Start-Up 스타트업')
Kim Ji-hoon 김지훈 (‘Flower of Evil 악의 꽃’)
Oh Jung-se 오정세 (‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’)
Lee Hee-joon 이희준 (‘Mouse 마우스')
Choi Dae-hoon 최대훈 (‘Beyond Evil/Monster 괴물’)
 
Best Supporting Actress 조연상 (여)
Park Ha-sun 박하선 (‘Birthcare Center 산후조리원’)
Shin Eun-kyung 신은경 (‘Penthouse 펜트하우스’)
Yeom Hye-ran 염혜란 ('The Uncanny Counter 경이로운 소문')
Jang Young-nam 장영남 (‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’)
Cha Chung-hwa 차청화 (‘Mr. Queen 철인왕후’)
 
Best New Actor  신인연기상 (남)
Kim Young-dae 김영대 (‘Penthouse 펜트하우스’)
Na In-woo 나인우 (‘River Where the Moon Rises 달이 뜨는 강’)
Nam Yoon-su 남윤수 (‘Extracurricular 인간수업’)
Song Kang 송강 ('Sweet Home 스위트홈')
Lee Do-hyun 이도현 ('18 Again 18어게인')
 
Best New Actress 신인연기상 (여)
Kim Hyun-soo 김현수 (‘Penthouse 펜트하우스’)
Park Gyu-young 박규영 ('Sweet Home 스위트홈')
Park Ju-hyun 박주현 (‘Extracurricular 인간수업’)
Lee Joo-young 이주영 ('Times 타임즈')
Choi Sung-eun 최성은 (‘Beyond Evil/Monster 괴물’)
 
Best Male Variety Performer  예능상 (남)
Moon Se-yoon 문세윤
Shin Dong-yeop 신동엽
Yoo Jae-suk 유재석
Lee Seung-gi 이승기
Jo Se-ho 조세호
 
Best Female Variety Performer  예능상 (여)
Kim Sook 김숙
Song Eun-i 송은이
Jang Do-yeon 장도연
Jaejae 재재
Hong Hyun-hee 홍현희

 

TikTok Popularity Award 틱톡 인기상
Kim Seon-ho 김선호 ('Start-Up 스타트업')
Seo Yea-ji 서예지 (‘It's Okay to Not Be Okay 사이코지만 괜찮아’)

 

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Grand Prize 대상
 Director Lee Joon-ik 이준익 감독 ('The Book of Fish 자산어보')
 
Best Film 작품상
'Moving On 남매의 여름밤'
'Deliver Us from Evil 다만 악에서 구하소서'
‘Samjin Company English Class 삼진그룹 영어토익반’
'Voice of Silence 소리도 없이'
'The Book of Fish 자산어보'
 
Best Director 감독상
Yoon Dan-bi 윤단비 ('Moving On 남매의 여름밤')
Lee Jong-pil 이종필 (‘Samjin Company English Class 삼진그룹 영어토익반’)
Lee Joon-ik 이준익 ('The Book of Fish 자산어보')
Hong Won-chan 홍원찬 ('Deliver Us from Evil 다만 악에서 구하소서')
Hong Eui-jung 홍의정 ('Voice of Silence 소리도 없이')
 
Best New Director 신인 감독상
Park Ji-wan 박지완 (‘The Day I Died 내가 죽던 날)
Yoon Dan-bi 윤단비 ('Moving On 남매의 여름밤')
Lee Chung-hyun 이충현 (‘Call 콜’)
Lim Seon-ae 임선애 (‘An Old Lady 69세’)
Hong Eui-jung 홍의정 ('Voice of Silence 소리도 없이')
 
Best Leading Actor 최우수연기상 (남)
Byun Yo-han 변요한 (‘The Book of Fish 자산어보’)
Seol Kyung-gu 설경구 (‘The Book of Fish 자산어보’)
Yoo Ah-in 유아인 (‘Voice of Silence 소리도 없이’)
Lee Jung-jae 이정재 (‘Deliver Us from Evil 다만 악에서 구하소서’)
Cho Jin-woong 조진웅 (‘Me and Me 사라진 시간’)
 
Best Leading Actress 최우수연기상 (여)
Go Ah-sung 고아성 (‘Samjin Company English Class 삼진그룹 영어토익반’)
Kim Hye-soo 김혜수 (‘The Day I Died 내가 죽던 날’)
Moon So-ri 문소리 (‘Three Sisters 세자매’)
Ye Soo-jung 예수정 (‘An Old Lady 69세’)
Jeon Jong-seo 전종서 (‘Call 콜’)
 
Best Supporting Actor 조연상 (남)
Koo Kyo-hwan 구교환 ('Peninsula 반도')
Park Jung-min 박정민 (‘Deliver Us from Evil 다만 악에서 구하소서’)
Shin Jung-geun 신정근 (‘Steel Rain 2: Summit 강철비2: 정상회담’)
Yoo Jae-myung 유재명 ('Voice of Silence 소리도 없이')
Heo Joon-ho 허준호 ('Innocence 결백')
 
Best Supporting Actress 조연상 (여)
Kim Sun-young 김선영 ('Three Sisters 세자매')
Bae Jong-ok 배종옥 ('Innocence 결백')
Lee Re 이레 ('Peninsula 반도')
Esom 이솜 ('Samjin Company English Class 삼진그룹 영어토익반')
Lee Jung-eun 이정은 (‘The Day I Died 내가 죽던 날’)
 
Best New Actor  신인연기상 (남)
Kim Do-yoon 김도윤 ('Peninsula 반도')
Ryu Soo-young 류수영 (‘Steel Rain 2: Summit 강철비2: 정상회담’)
Park Seung-jun 박승준 ('Moving On 남매의 여름밤')
Lee Bong-keun 이봉근 ('The Singer 소리꾼')
Hong Gyung 홍경 ('Innocence 결백')
 
Best New Actress 신인연기상 (여)
Park So-yi 박소이 (‘Deliver Us from Evil 다만 악에서 구하소서’)
Shin Hye-sun 신혜선 ('Innocence 결백')
Jang Yoon-ju 장윤주 ('Three Sisters 세자매')
Jung Soo-jung 정수정 ('More Than Family 애비규환')
Choi Jungun 최정운 ('Moving On 남매의 여름밤')
 
Best Screenplay 시나리오상
Kim Se-gyum 김세겸 ('The Book of Fish 자산어보')
Park Ji-wan 박지완 (‘The Day I Died 내가 죽던 날)
Yoon Dan-bi 윤단비 ('Moving On 남매의 여름밤')
Hong Soo-young 홍수영 · Son Mi 손미 ('Samjin Company English Class 삼진그룹 영어토익반')
Hong Eui-jung 홍의정 ('Voice of Silence 소리도 없이')
 
Technical Award 예술상
Lee Eui-tae 이의태 ('The Book of Fish 자산어보' / Cinematography 촬영)
Lee Jeon-hyung 이전형 · Choi Jae-chun 최재천 · Jung Hwang-soo 정황수 (“Peninsula 반도’ / VFX)
Jang Geun-young 장근영 (‘Space Sweepers 승리호’ / Production Design 미술)
Jung Sung-jin 정성진 · Jung Cheol-min 정철민 (‘Space Sweepers 승리호’ / VFX)
Hong Gyung-pyo 홍경표 ('Deliver Us from Evil 다만 악에서 구하소서' / Cinematography 촬영)
 
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백상 연극상
젊은 연극상
남자 최우수 연기상
여자 최우수 연기상

 

 

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Lee Joon-ik, Yoo Jae-suk honored at 57th Baeksang Arts Awards


By Kwak Yeon-soo | 2021-05-14


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Lee Joon-ik, director of period film "Book of Fish," gives an acceptance speech after winning the grand prize at the 57th Baeksang Arts Awards. Yonhap


Director Lee Joon-ik of the period film "Book of Fish" and comedian Yoo Jae-suk were the big winners at this year's Baeksang Arts Awards.


At the ceremony that took place on Thursday evening at KINTEX exhibition hall in Goyang, Gyeonggi Province, Lee became a three-time grand prize winner after taking home the same award in 2006 for "King and the Clown" and in 2016 for "The Throne" and "Dongju: The Portrait of a Poet."


"A period film costs so much to make. The cast and crew made sacrifices in order to bring this film to the big screen. The film wasn't a big success although it received good reviews from critics and movie fans. Thank you for the award," Lee said during his acceptance speech.


The acclaimed director also paid tribute to the late veteran film producer Lee Choon-yun, who passed away on May 11. He was the head of Cine 2000 and producer of hit films including "Art Museum By the Zoo" (1988) and "The Terror Live" (2013).


Director Bong Joon-ho attended this year's event as presenter, after he didn't show up at last year's event even though he won the grand prize for his black comedy thriller "Parasite." It has been reported that his next project will be an animated film about deep-sea creatures. He is now writing the script for a currently unnamed English-language film.


The female-driven mystery comedy "Samjin Company English Class" won the Best Film award, while director Hong Eui-jeong of the crime thriller "Voice of Silence" received the Best Director award. Filmmaker Park Ji-wan won the Best Screenplay award for his crime drama "The Day I Died: Unclosed Case."


Yoo Ah-in won the Best Actor award for his role as a mute crime scene cleaner in "Voice of Silence," while Jun Jong-seo took home the Best Actress award for her role as a psychopath in the thriller "The Call."


The Best Supporting Actor and Actress awards in the film category went to Park Jung-min, who played a transgender character in "Deliver Us from Evil," and Kim Sun-young, who played an ailing single mom in "Three Sisters."


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Comedian Yoo Jae-suk gives an acceptance speech after winning the grand prize at the 57th Baeksang Arts Awards. Yonhap


Comedian Yoo won the grand prize for hosting hit variety shows such as tvN's "You Quiz of the Block" and MBC's "Hangout with Yoo." With the latest recognition, Yoo became a two-time grand prize winner following 2013 for SBS's "Running Man"


"I don't know what to say. It's such a pleasure and honor to accept this award. People call me a presenter or TV show host, but I'm a comedian. I'll try to arouse more laughter in the future," Yoo said in his acceptance speech.


JTBC's drama series "Beyond Evil" grabbed three awards ― Best Drama, Best Screenplay and Best Actor for Shin Ha-kyun. Kim So-yeon won the Best Actress award for her performance in "The Penthouse: War in Life."


The Best Director award in the TV category went to Kim Cheol-kyu of tvN's drama series, "Flower of Evil." The Best Supporting Actor and Actress awards in TV went to Oh Jung-se, who played a patient with autism in tvN's "It's Okay to Not Be Okay," and Yeom Hye-ran who played the leader of the counters in OCN's "Uncanny Counter."


For variety shows, singer-actor Lee Seung-gi won Best Variety Performer awards for JTBC's "Sing Again" and Jang Do-yeon won for MBC's "I Live Alone."


The TikTok Popularity Awards, voted by video app TikTok users around the world, went to Kim Sun-ho of tvN's drama series, "Start-Up," and Seo Yea-ji of, "It's Okay to Not Be Okay." 


The organizing committee shrugged off a dispute surrounding Seo despite growing calls to remove her from the list of nominees as she has been embroiled in controversy over manipulating and controlling her then-boyfriend Kim Jung-hyun in 2018.

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Baeksang Arts Awards

 

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TV Section
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Grand Prize
4 times

  • Kim Hye-ja (1979 ‘I Sell Happiness’, 1989 ‘Sand Castle’ ‘Winter Mist’, 2009 ‘Mom’s Dead Upset’, 2019 ‘The Light in Your Eyes’)

2 times

  • Kim Hee-ae (1993 ‘Son and Daughter’, 2004 ‘Perfect Love’)
  • Yoo Jae-suk (2013, 2021)

 

Best Leading Actor/Actress
4 times

  • Jung Hye-sun (1975 ‘Reeds’, 1979 ‘I Sell Happiness’, 1984 ‘간난이’, 1994 ‘Mother’s Sea’)
  • Kim Hee-ae (1993 ‘Son and Daughter’, 2003 ‘Wife’, 2013 ‘A Wife’s Credentials’, 2020 ‘World of the Married’)
  • Kim Hye-ja (1976 ‘Bride Diary’, 1978 ‘You’, 1979 ‘I Sell Happiness’, 1989 ‘Sand Castle’ ‘Winter Mist’)
  • Lee Byung-hun (1996 ‘Son of Wind’, 2003 ‘All In’, ‘2010 ‘IRIS’, 2019 ‘Mr Sunshine’)
  • Shin Goo (1976 ‘Another Home’, 1980 ‘Spring Blessing’, 1981 ‘Back in the Day’, 1994 ‘Wild Chrysanthemum’)

3 times

  • Kim Young-ae (1982 ‘Nocturne’, 1997 ‘Brothers’ River’, 2000 ‘Waves’)
  • Yoo Dong-geun (1997 ‘Lovers’, 1998 ‘Tears of the Dragon’, 2002 ‘Empress Myeongseong’)

2 times

  • Choi Bool-am (1974, 1978)
  • Choi Min-soo (1993 ‘Walking Up to Heaven’, 1995 ‘Sandglass’)
  • Go Doo-shim (1990 ‘The Confines of Love’, 1993 ‘My Husband’s Woman’)
  • Kim Hye-soo (1996 ‘A Boiled Beef Soup’, 2016 ‘Signal’)
  • Kim Myung-min (2007 ‘White Tower’, 2009 ‘Beethoven Virus’)
  • Kim Nam-joo (2010 ‘Queen of Housewives’, 2018 ‘Misty’)
  • Kim Yeong-cheol (1987 ‘Two Sunsets’, 2001 ‘Taejo Wang Geon’)
  • Kim Yun-kyeong (1977, 1995)
  • Lee Jung-gil (1979, 1982)
  • Lee Young-hoo (1983, 1988)
  • Yu In-chon (1987, 1991)

 

 

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Film Section
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Grand Prize
2 times

  • Kang Woo-suk (2004 “Silmido’, 2009 ‘Public Enemy Returns’)
  • Lee Joon-ik (2016 ‘The Throne’ ‘Dongju’, 2021 ‘The Book of Fish’)

 

Best Leading Actor/Actress
8 times

  • Ahn Sung-ki (1982 ‘Mandala’, 1983 ‘Village in the Mist’, 1984 ‘Flower on the Equator’, 1985 ‘The Deep Blue Night’, 1989 ‘The Age of Success’, 1991 ‘Who Saw the Dragon’s Claws?’, 1994 ‘Two Cops’, 2012 ‘Unbowed’)

4 times

  • Jeon Do-yeon (1999 ‘A Promise’, 2001 ‘I Wish I Had a Wife’, 2016 ‘The Shameless’, 2020 ‘Birthday’)

3 times

  • Ha Jung-woo (2010 ‘Take Off’, 2011 ‘Yellow Sea’, 2013 ‘The Berlin File’)
  • Kim Ji-mee (1969, 1974, 1987)
  • Kim Jin-kyu (1965, 1967, 1975)
  • Lee Byung-hun (2006 ‘A Bittersweet Life’, 2016 ‘Inside Men’, 2020 ‘The Man Standing Next’)
  • Park Joong-hoon (1990 ‘The Lovers of Woomook-baemi’, 1998 ‘Hallelujah’, 2000 ‘Nowhere to Hide’)
  • Yoon Jeong-hee (1970, 1971, 1973)

2 times

  • Choi Min-sik (1999 ‘Shiri’, 2004 ‘Old Boy’)
  • Hwang Hae (1970, 1978)
  • Jeong Yun-hui (1981, 1982)
  • Kang Soo-yeon (1992 ‘Road to the Racetrack’, 2000 ‘Rainbow Trout’)
  • Kim Min-hee (2008 ‘Hellcats’, 2013 ‘Very Ordinary Couple’)
  • Lee Bo-hee (1986, 1988)
  • Lee Geung-young (1993, 1996)
  • Moon Jeong-suk (1966, 1967)
  • Shim Hye-jin (1996 ‘Go Alone like a Musso’s Horn’, 1997 ‘Green Fish’)
  • Shin Seong-il (1978, 1987)
  • Shin Young-kyun (1966, 1969)
  • Son Ye-jin (2009 ‘My Wife Got Married’, 2017 ‘The Last Princess’)
  • Uhm Jung-hwa (2003 ‘Marriage is a Crazy Thing’, 2012 ‘Dancing Queen’)
  • Yum Jung-ah (2007 ‘The Old Garden’, 2015 ‘Cart’)
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Film Stars Who Won All 3 Major Awards (Grand Slam) in Korea

 

 

16 times

 

Ahn Sung-ki

  • BlueDragon: (1990 ‘Nambugun’, 2006 ‘Radio Star’)
  • Baeksang: Grand Prize (1994 ‘Two Cops’) + Best Leading Actor (1982 ‘Mandala’, 1983 ‘Village in the Mist’, 1984 ‘Flower on the Equator’, 1985 ‘The Deep Blue Night’, 1989 ‘The Age of Success’, 1991 ‘Who Saw the Dragon’s Claws?’, 1994 ‘Two Cops’, 2012 ‘Unbowed’)
  • GrandBell: (1982 ‘Man of Iron’, 1983 ‘Village in the Mist’, 1985 ‘The Deep Blue Night’, 1994 ‘Two Cops’, 2007 ‘Radio Star’)

 

9 times

 

Choi Min-sik

  • BlueDragon: (2001 ‘Failan’, 2003 ‘Old Boy’, 2012 ‘Nameless Gangster’)
  • Baeksang: Grand Prize (2015 ‘Roaring Currents’) + Best Leading Actor (1999 ‘Shiri’, 2004 ‘Old Boy’)
  • GrandBell: (1999 ‘Shiri’, 2004 ‘Old Boy’, 2014 ‘Roaring Currents’)

 

Yoon Jeong-hee

  • BlueDragon: (1972, 1973, 2010 ‘Poetry’)
  • Baeksang: (1970, 1971, 1973)
  • GrandBell: (1971, 1994, 2010 ‘Poetry’)

 

8 times

 

Jeon Do-yeon

  • BlueDragon: (1999 ‘The Harmonium in My Memory’, 2007 ‘Secret Sunshine’)
  • Baeksang: (1999 ‘A Promise’, 2001 ‘I Wish I Had a Wife’, 2016 ‘The Shameless’, 2020 ‘Birthday’)
  • GrandBell: (2000 ‘The Harmonium in My Memory’, 2006 ‘You are My Sunshine’)

 

Kim Jin-kyu

  • BlueDragon: (1964)
  • Baeksang: Grand Prize (1965) + Best Leading Actor (1965, 1967, 1975)
  • GrandBell: (1966, 1977)

 

Lee Byung-hun

  • BlueDragon: (2016 ‘Inside Men’)
  • Baeksang: Grand Prize (2011 ‘I Saw the Devil’) + Best Leading Actor (2006 ‘A Bittersweet Life’, 2016 ‘Inside Men’, 2020 ‘The Man Standing Next’)
  • GrandBell: (2012 ‘Masquerade’, 2016 ‘Inside Men’, 2019 ‘The Man Standing Next’)

 

Shin Young-kyun

  • BlueDragon: (1966, 1969, 1973)
  • Baeksang: (1966, 1969)
  • GrandBell: (1962, 1963, 1965)

 

Song Kang-ho

  • BlueDragon: (2007 ‘The Show Must Go on’, 2014 ‘The Attorney’, 2017 ‘A Taxi Driver’)
  • Baeksang: Grand Prize (2014 ‘The Attorney’) + Best Leading Actor (2017 ‘The Age of Shadows’)
  • GrandBell: (2001 ‘JSA’, 2003 ‘Memories of Murder’, 2013 ‘The Face Reader’)

 

7 times

 

Kim Ji-mee

  • BlueDragon: (1970)
  • Baeksang: (1969, 1974, 1987)
  • GrandBell: (1974, 1975, 1985)

 

6 times

 

Kang Soo-yeon

  • BlueDragon: (1992 ‘Road to the Racetrack’)
  • Baeksang: (1992 ‘Road to the Racetrack’, 2000 ‘Rainbow Trout’)
  • GrandBell: (1987 ‘Now, We are Going to Geneva’, 1989 ‘Come Come Come Upward’, 1990 ‘All that Falls has Wings’)

 

Park Joong-hoon

  • BlueDragon: (1994 ‘The Rules of the Game’, 2006 ‘Radio Star’)
  • Baeksang: (1990 ‘The Lovers of Woomook-baemi’, 1998 ‘Hallelujah’, 2000 ‘Nowhere to Hide’)
  • GrandBell: (1994 ‘Two Cops’)

 

Seol Kyung-gu

  • BlueDragon: (2000 ‘Peppermint Candy’, 2002 ‘Public Enemy’)
  • Baeksang: Grand Prize (2002 ‘Public Enemy’) + Best Leading Actor (2014 ‘Hope’)
  • GrandBell: (2002 ‘Public Enemy’, 2017 ‘The Merciless’)

 

Shim Hye-jin

  • BlueDragon: (1996 ‘The Adventures of Mrs Park’)
  • Baeksang: (1996 ‘Go Alone like a Musso’s Horn’, 1997 ‘Green Fish’)
  • GrandBell: (1993 ‘The Marriage Life’, 1996 ‘Gingko Bed’, 1997 ‘Green Fish’)

 

5 times

 

Kim Hye-soo

  • BlueDragon: (1993 ‘First Love’, 1995 ‘Dr. Bong’, 2006 ‘Tazza’)
  • Baeksang: (2005 ‘Hypnotized’)
  • GrandBell: (2005 ‘Hypnotized’)

 

Moon Jeong-suk

  • BlueDragon: (1964, 1966)
  • Baeksang: (1966, 1967)
  • GrandBell: (1967)

 

Son Ye-jin

  • BlueDragon: (2008 ‘My Wife Got Married’)
  • Baeksang: (2009 ‘My Wife Got Married’, 2017 ‘The Last Princess’)
  • GrandBell: (2014 ‘The Pirates’, 2016 ‘The Last Princess’)

 

4 times

 

Chang Mi-hee

  • BlueDragon: (1991)
  • Baeksang: (1990)
  • GrandBell: (1983, 1992)

 

Choi Min-soo

  • BlueDragon: (1995 ‘The Terrorist’)
  • Baeksang: (2001 ‘Libera Me’)
  • GrandBell: (1996 ‘The Terrorist’, 2000 ‘Phantom: The Submarine’)

 

Kim Yoon-seok

  • BlueDragon: (2008 ‘The Chaser’, 2018 ‘1987: When the Day Comes’)
  • Baeksang: (2018 ‘1987: When the Day Comes’)
  • GrandBell: (2008 ‘The Chaser’)

 

3 times


Choi Myung-gil

  • BlueDragon: (1994 ‘Rosy Life’)
  • Baeksang: (1994 ‘Rosy Life’)
  • GrandBell: (1986 ‘Pillar of Mist’)

 

Han Suk-kyu

  • BlueDragon: (1997 ‘Green Fish’)
  • Baeksang: (1997 ‘Green Fish’)
  • GrandBell: (1997 ‘Green Fish’)

 

Kim Ha-neul

  • BlueDragon: (2011 ‘Blind’)
  • Baeksang: (2004 ‘Too Beautiful to Lie’)
  • GrandBell: (2011 ‘Blind’)

 

Na Moon-hee

  • BlueDragon: (2017 ‘I Can Speak’)
  • Baeksang: (2018 ‘I Can Speak’)
  • GrandBell: (2018 ‘I Can Speak’)

 

Shim Eun-ha

  • BlueDragon: (1998 ‘Christmas in August’)
  • Baeksang: (1998 ‘Christmas in August’)
  • GrandBell: (1999 ‘Art Museum by the Zoo’)

 

Won Mi-kyung

  • BlueDragon: (1990 ‘Because You are a Woman’)
  • Baeksang: (1984 ‘Mulleya Mulleya’)
  • GrandBell: (1991 ‘Because You are a Woman’)
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GO Min-si Joins RYOO Seung-wan’s SMUGGLING


by Pierce Conran | May 12, 2021


Rising Star Joins KIM Hye-soo, YUM Jung-ah, ZO In-sung and PARK Jung-min


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Kim Hye-soo, Yum Jung-ah, Zo In-sung, Park Jung-min, Go Min-si, and Kim Jong-soo in director Ryoo Seung-wan's new work 'Smuggling'

 

GO Min-si, a rising star whose face has become known to global viewers through several successful Netflix projects, has joined the cast of Director RYOO Seung-wan’s upcoming film Smuggling (translate title).


She joins a star-studded cast that already includes KIM Hye-soo, YUM Jung-ah, ZO In-sung and PARK Jung-min.


Set against the backdrop of a peaceful seaside village, the film will follow two women, to be played by KIM and YUM, who become involved in smuggling in the 1970s.


GO Min-si has seen her popularity rise after appearing in Netflix Original shows such as the monster drama Sweet Home and both seasons of the youth romance Love Alarm. GO, whose film credits include The Witch: Part 1. The Subversion (2018) and The Battle: Roar to Victory (2019), is currently on screens in the Gwangju Uprising-themed K-drama Youth of May.


Though fans will have to wait for Smugglers to go through all stages of production, RYOO Seung-wan will be back very soon with the action-drama Mogadishu, which completed production early last year and is currently in the final stages of post-production. Shot in Morocco and based on a diplomatic incident in the 1990s, the film also stars ZO In-sung, as well as KIM Yun-seok.


Smuggling will enter production this coming June.

 

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‘Smugglers’ Complete an A-list Cast Lineup: Kim Hye Soo, Yum Jung Ah, Jo In Sung, Park Jung Min & More


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Ryu Seung Wan’s new movie Smugglers (literal title) completed an A-list cast lineup.


On June 11th, NEW announced the fancy cast lineup of its new tentpole movie Smugglers: Kim Hye Soo, Yum Jung Ah, Jo In Sung, Park Jung Min, Go Min Si, Kim Jong Soo, and more. According to their press release, the filming began on the 5th and will continue for the next five months.


Smugglers is an action crime film set in the 1970s in a small, peaceful village by the sea. It centers around the two women who get unexpectedly caught up in a high-stakes smuggling scheme.


Along with the news, NEW also unveiled the photo of the first table read. Not only does a group of A-list stars catches the eye, but the fact that Kim Hye Soo, Yum Jung Ah, and Jo In Sung have gathered for the first time raises the expectations.


On top of that, Time to Hunt actor Park Jung Min, Youth of May actress Go Min Si, and Samjin Company English Class actor Kim Jong Soo have completed flawless chemistry.


Meanwhile, director Ryu will meet the audience this summer with Escape from Mogadishu, starring Kim Yoon Seok and Jo In Sung.

 


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‘Smuggling’ crank-in, Kim Hye-soo X Yum Jung-ah X Jo In-sung X Park Jung-min X Go Min-si X Kim Jong-soo casting

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Movie <Smuggling 밀수>, which depicts a dangerous smuggling operation in open sea, confirmed the casting of actors with various charms such as Kim Hye-soo, Yum Jung-ah, Jo In-sung, Park Jung-min, Go Min-si, and Kim Jong-soo, and cranked in on the 5th.  [Distributed by: NEW | Manufactured by: Filmmaker R&K | Director: Ryoo Seung-wan | Starring: Kim Hye-soo, Yum Jung-ah, Jo In-sung, Park Jung-min, Go Min-si, Kim Jong-soo, etc.]


Kim Hye-soo, Yum Jung-ah, Jo In-sung, Park Jung-min, Go Min-si, Kim Jong-soo, and other actors, caused a sensation just with news of their casting.  <Smuggling 밀수>, announced the crank-in on the 5th and released the reading site.


<Smuggling 밀수> is a crime drama about two women who get caught up in smuggling in a peaceful small seaside village in the 1970s.


Kim Hye-soo, who radiates a unique presence in each of her works such as <Default / 국가부도의 날>, <Familyhood / 굿바이 싱글>, 'Hyena / 하이에나', and 'Signal / 시그널'.  Yum Jung-ah, who captured the hearts of the public with her irreplaceable acting skills in films and dramas such as <Startup / 시동>, <Intimate Strangers / 완벽한 타인>, and 'Sky Castle / 스카이 캐슬'.  Jo In-sung, who has been involved in everything from movies to entertainment, such as <The Great Battle / 안시성>, <The King / 더 킹>, and ‘Unexpected Business/ 어쩌다 사장', and showing a variety of acting as well as overflowing charms. Expectations are high as they plan to meet for the first time through <Smuggling 밀수>.
 

In addition, Park Jung-min, who became a trustworthy actor by perfectly digesting various characters such as <Deliver Us from Evil / 다만 악에서 구하소서>, <Startup / 시동>, and <Svaha / 사바하>.  Go Min-si is overflowing with various works such as <The Witch / 마녀>, 'Youth of May / 오월의 청춘', and 'Sweet Home / 스위트홈'. A fresh casting lineup that has never been seen before has been completed with the addition of Kim Jong-soo, who has shown soft charisma through various works such as <Samjin Company English Class / 삼진그룹 영어토익반>, <Startup / 시동>, and <Extreme Job / 극한직업>.

 
Director Ryoo Seung-wan, who directs <Smuggling>, plans to bring new joy to the audience through cool action that will unfold in the background of the vast sea.


Kim Hye-soo, Yum Jung-ah, Jo In-sung, Park Jung-min, Go Min-si, Kim Jong-soo, etc. and director Ryu Seung-wan met with a fresh casting combination for the movie <Smuggling>, which started shooting for five months across the country.

 


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Kim Hye Soo Confirmed to Star in New Period Drama ‘Shuroop’


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Kim Hye Soo is making her drama comeback with a new period drama.


According to multiple industry insiders, Kim has confirmed her appearances in tvN’s Shuroop. The series follows the queen of Joseon, who must make her troublesome child into a dignified crown prince. “Shuroop” is an ancient term for “an umbrella.” The series deals with the gifted and talented education received by loyal princes of the Joseon Dynasty.

 

Kim Hye Soo plays Im Hwa Ryeong, the mother of a troublemaking prince and the wife of a great king. Rather grumpy and feisty than elegant and graceful, she is a picky and sensitive queen. She used to be calm like a peaceful lake, but she has turned into a raging storm with people who constantly get on her nerves. She is the mother of the dynasty who doesn’t hesitate to curse or abandon her pride if necessary. Her life is already full of troubles, but her kids are the only ones who keep her going.


Kim Hye Soo chose Shuroop as her next step after starring in Hyena last year. It will be her first historical drama in 20 years since Jang Hee Bin in 2002. Secret Door, Second 20s producer Kim Hyung Shik and screenwriter Park Ba Ra will helm the project. Plus, HowPictures will present the series.


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Actress Kim Hye-soo Always a Head-Turner with Fashion Choices


June 14, 2021


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Actress Kim Hye-soo, who is marking her 35th year in showbiz this year, never fails to turn heads with her daring fashion choices, radiating both sensuality and elegance.


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Kim puts her style on full display at red carpet events. At the annual Blue Dragon Film Awards in February, she wore a white off-the-shoulder dress with black hemlines, giving off a "goddess" vibe. At the same event last year, she drew fans’ attention with a pink off-the-shoulder dress.  At a red carpet event for cable channel tvN's awards in 2016, she got creative in a yellow mermaid long dress and a trench coat.


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Her short hairstyle creates a chic flair when combined with all-black outfits, such as the black mermaid midi dress she wore to a press event for her film "The Day I Died: Unclosed Case" in October last year. In 2017, she created a similar feel in a black bell sleeve dress at a press junket for her film "A Special Lady."


Kim also looks striking in flamboyant clothes, such as the all-purple pantsuit she wore at a promotional event for cosmetics brand AHC, demonstrating her originality.

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Blue Dragon Film Awards over the years

 

from left: MC Kim Hye-soo at 14th BD (1993), 20th BD (1999), and 21st BD (2000)
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23rd BD (2002), 20th BD (1999), 21st BD (2000)
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from left: 24th BD (2003), 25th BD (2004), 26th BD (2005)
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24th BD (2003), 25th BD (2004)
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27th BD (2006)

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28th BD (2007)
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29th BD (2008), selected as Kim Hye-soo's best dress

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from left: 30th BD (2009), 32nd BD (2011), 34th BD (2013), 35th BD (2014)
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30th BD (2009)

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31st BD (2010)

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32nd BD (2011)

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33rd BD (2012)

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Actress Kim Hye-soo cheering for Director Ryoo Seung-wan’s new movie ‘Escape from Mogadishu’ on her Instagram account hs_kim_95.

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#두번다시없을 #Extraordinarymovie #Mogadishu #OMG!! 
#RyooSeungwan #KimYunseok #ZoInsung
#방역지침준수 #반드시 #IMAX

Opening July 28th‼️

 

 

‘Smuggling’ Cast & Staff


[ kofic ] RYOO Seung-wan / Executive Producer, Director, Screenwriter

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Born in 1973, Ryoo Seungwan has been a fan of the no-holds-barred action of Hong Kong action cinema ever since his young age. He was such a fan of the Shaw Brothers and Jack Chan that not only did he take up taekwondo, but he also bought an 8mm camera after saving up for years. After the untimely loss of both his parents when he was still in middle school, Ryoo had to drop out of school to making a living as the young head of his family, doing all kinds of odd jobs. He eventually decided to enter a film workshop and met in 1993 a young Park Chanwook, who would quickly become a close friend. Through his contacts, he managed to work as the director of lighting on one of Bong Joonho’s earlier shorts, <Incoherence>. In 1996, Ryoo made his debut with the short <Transmutated Head> and then took part, as an assistant director and actor, in the film <Trio> (1997), from his friend Park. After his shorts <Rumble> and <Modern Man> respectively won Best Picture at the Busan International Short Film Festival and the Seoul Independent Film Festival, he was offered the opportunity to release an anthology movie made of the two winning films along with two other that he would make for the occasion. Ultimately produced with less than USD 100,000, it was released in 2000 under the title <Die Bad> and was immediately lauded by the critics, who saw in this work all the buoyant energy of amateur films but with the skills of a professional filmmaker to sustain it. Since taking the Korean film scene by storm, Ryoo has been making noteworthy films in the action and thriller genre such as <No Blood No Tears> (2001), <Arahan> (2004), <Crying Fist> (2004), <City of Violence> (2006) and <Dachimawa Lee> (2007), earning the nickname of “Action Kid of the Korean Film Industry”. Ryoo’s pulpy crime thrillers can be characterized by his hard-edged, innovative style with an emphasis on lavishing action sequences. His 2010 film, <The Unjust>, a crime drama that took a sharp observation into corruption in privileged classes of the modern Korean society was met with both critical and commercial success garnering 2.8 million admissions. Three years later, Ryoo was back with <The Berlin File> (2012), a story of four operatives from divided Korea leading clandestine and dangerous lives under covert identities in the German capital. In 2014, Ryoo took part in the 3D horror omnibus <MAD SAD BAD>, which opened the Jeonju International Film Festival in 2014, and filmed his noirish detective thriller <Veteran>, re-teaming with HWANG Jung-min. The latter achieved the biggest commercial success to date for Ryoo, with more than 13 million admissions upon its release in 2015. Next for him was a more ambitious project in terms of scale, with the historical drama <The Battleship Island> (2017) which tells the story of a group of Koreans in their attempt to escape the infamous island of Hashima where the Japanese forced submitted them to forced labor. He then took a back seat to focus on his role as a producer at Filmmaker R & K and worked in such capacities on the occult thriller <SVAHA: THE SIXTH FINGER> (2018) and the disaster comedy <EXIT> (2019). In 2021, Ryoo was back in the director’s chair for <Escape from Mogadishu>, which represented a new challenge for the director as it was entirely shot outside of Korea, in Morocco.

 

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Cast: KIM Hye-soo, YUM Jung-ah, ZO In-sung, PARK Jung-min, GO Min-si

 

[ kofic ] YUM Jung-ah / Actress

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YUM Jung-Ah, born in 1972, was first noticed when she won the title of Miss Korea in 1991. Having always dreamed of becoming an actress, she made her first step in the high school drama series <Our Heaven> (1991). She had her first film role the next year in the melodrama <Jazz Bar Hiroshima> (1992). Although she remained extremely active on the smaller screen for most of the 1990s, she made an unexpected sensation with her starring role as an unsettling mother-in-law in <A Tale of Two Sisters> (2003). A turning point in her career, this allowed her to be known as an actress in her own right and to receive more role offers for the big screen, most notable among them in <The Big Swindle> (2004), <Lovely Rivals> (2004) and IM Sang-soo’s <The Old Garden> (2006). Her performance in the latter was highly praised and resulted in her coming back home from the Baeksang Arts Awards with the Best Actress in Film Award. Following her marriage at the end of 2006, she all but disappeared from the public eye, with the exception of a cameo appearance in CHOI Dong-hoon’s blockbuster time traveling period film <Woochi> (2009). She managed to come back on the big screen a few years later, appearing alongside KIM Myung-min as a North Korean spy in <The Spies> (2011), but it was for a role on TV that she made the strongest impression, portraying a notoriously complex character in TV series <Royal Family> (2011). In 2014, she took on a weightier role as one of the leaders of a strike at a supermarket in BOO Ji-young’s acclaimed indie drama <Cart>, therefore subverting her glamorous image. The film bowed at the Toronto International Film Festival in 2014 and earned her the Best Actress in Film Award at the Baeksang Arts Awards, eight years after <The Old Garden>. Although she didn’t have many acting credits in 2018, that year proved to be a highlight in her career, as she starred in the sleeper comedy hit <Intimate Strangers> (2018) and headlined TV drama series <Sky Castle> (2018-2019), a satire of the wealthy that transcended all expectations to become a cultural phenomenon and the biggest success for a Korean series on a cable channel, with a rating of 23.8%. YUM was last seen starring in KIM Yun-seok’s directing debut <Another Child> (2018).


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AWARDS
<Cart> Paeksang Arts Awards (2015) - Film Awards - Best Actress 
<Cart> Women in Film Korea Festival (2014) - Woman in Film of the Year 
<The Old Garden> Paeksang Arts Awards (2007) - Film Awards - Best Actress 
<The Big Swindle> The Blue Dragon Awards (2004) - Best Supporting Actress 
<The Big Swindle> The Korean Association of Film Critics Awards (2004) - Best Actress 
<A Tale Of Two Sisters> Director's Cut Awards (2003)

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[ kofic ] ZO In-sung / Actor

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Born in 1981, ZO Insung debuted in the show business at an early age, with a first job as a fashion model in 1998. It only took him a year to make his on-screen debut, in the TV series <Jump> (1999), which he followed it up with <School 3> and <Nonstop>. After he was noticed in <Piano> (2001), he scored his first leading role when he was cast in <Shoot for the Stars> (2002). It was however outside of Korea that he moved to film, when he joined <Public Toilet> from Hong Kong director Fruit Chan. Back in Korea, he appeared in Kwak Jaeyoung’s <The Classic> (2003) and the 2004 smash hit drama series <What Happened in Bali>, in which he co-starred Ha Jiwon and So Jisub, with the latter giving him his first accolades. ZO got a major breakout in his acting career playing a fragile, but fearless gangster in the cult classic thriller <A Dirty Carnival> (2006). He later reunited with <A Dirty Carnival> director Yoo Ha for the Goryeo Dynasty-set historical film <Frozen Flower> (2008), about a bitter romance between the king and his bodyguard. After his two years of mandatory military service, Zo decided to serve an additional two year period in the Air Force. His comeback eventually came in 2013, when he starred alongside Song Hyekyo in the drama series <That Winter, the Wind Blows>, but fans had to wait until 2017 to finally be able to see him again on the big screen, in the political thriller <The King> (2017). After starring in the war epic <The Great Battle> (2018), set during the war between the Korean Kingdom of Goguryeo and the Chinese Tang, Zo was cast as a secret agent in Ryoo Seungwan’s blockbuster action <Escape from Mogadishu> (2021).

 

[ kofic ] PARK Jung-min / Actor

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From Chungju in North Chungcheong Province, PARK Jung-min was born in 1987 and attended Korea University and later the Korea National University of Arts. His credits stretch back all the way to 2007, but PARK’s unique brand of intensity and subtle characterization was properly recognised when he appeared as one of the leads in the breakout indie <Bleak Night> (2011), a feature production of the Korean Academy of Film Arts and recipient of the New Currents Award from the Busan International Film Festival. The role led to many other big parts in low-budget productions, such as the firebrand antagonist in <Tinker Ticker> (2013), another KAFA production. Around the same time he was noticed by the mainstream film industry, and scored small roles in major productions such as LEE Seok-hoon’s romantic comedy <Dancing Queen> (2012), KANG Woo-suk’s MMA drama <Fists of Legend> (2012) and KIM Sung-su’s disaster drama <The Flu> (2013).


After roles in youth title <Hot Young Bloods> and the 3D anthology <Mad Sad Bad>, which opened the Jeonju International Film Festival in 2014, PARK put in a turn as a slippery young salary worker in horror-thriller <Office>, which was a midnight screening at the Cannes Film Festival in 2015. PARK saw his star rise significantly in early 2016, when he wowed critics and viewers as a scene-stealing co-star in LEE Joon-ik’s low-budget Colonial Era drama <Dongju: Portrait of a Poet>, which became a surprise low-budget sensation. In 2016 he appeared in the romantic drama <Unforgettable>, the horror anthology <Horror Stories III> and the star-driven crime-thriller <The King>.


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[ kofic ] GO Min-si / Actress

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GO Min-si appeared in a web drama '72 SECONDS-SEASON 3' and attracted the attention with energetic charm and lively image. In 2016, She also won the grand prize at SNS 3 minutes Film Festival for <Paralle novel> that was directed and acted by herself. Through the film, she showed outstanding talents in directing as well as acting. She is a rookie who is distinguished in many different fields because she has many talents in dance, photography, workout and so on.

 

 

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