Dec 1 2016

Main trailer and posters for movie “Because I Love You”

Main trailer and posters added for upcoming movie “Because I Love You” starring Cha Tae-Hyun, Kim You-Jung & Seo Hyun-Jin. The film offers a mixture of romance, comedy and fantasy (something Cha Tae-Hyun previously found success with in “Hello Ghost“). In the film, Cha Tae-Hyun plays a man who wakes up from a car accident in another person’s body. Soon, he realizes he is able to take over the consciousness of other people and in doing so he helps them solve their personal problems.

“Because I Love You” will be released January, 2017 in South Korea.

Nov 30 2016

Teaser trailer and poster for movie “The King”

Teaser trailer and character posters added for upcoming movie “The King” starring Zo In-Sung & Jung Woo-Sung. Movie is written and directed by Han Jae-Rim. The character posters are of Zo In-Sung, Jung Woo-Sung, Bae Sung-Woo and Ryoo Joon-Yeol. Story for “The King,” follows Zo In-Sung as Park Tae-Soo. After going through a difficult upbringing Park Tae-Soo becomes a prosecutor, but he wants to amass more power.

“The King” will be released sometime January, 2017 in South Korea.

Nov 29 2016

First still images from movie “Young Cop”

First still images from movie “Young Cop” (literal title) starring Park Seo-Joon, Kang Ha-Neul & Park Ha-Sun. The still images are from the first day of filming for the movie which took place November 21, 2016 at the former campus of the Korean National Police University in Yongin, Gyeonggi Province, South Korea.

Setup for this scene has Ki-Joon (Park Seo-Joon) and Hee-Yeol  (Kang Ha-Neul) meeting for the first time during orientation for new students at the Korean National Police University. About 300 extras took part in filming this scene. Park Seo-Joon and Kang Ha-Neul also had their hair cut during a scene on the first day of filming.

“Young Cop” will be released sometime during 2017 in South Korea.

Nov 25 2016

See list of winners at the 37th Blue Dragon Film Awards

The 37th Blue Dragon Film Awards just concluded in South Korea. Big winners at the award ceremony include movies “Inside Men,” “The Wailing” and “The Handmaiden.”

“Inside Men” won “Best Film” award and “Best Actor” award for Lee Byung-Hun. “The Wailing” picked up “Best Director” award for Na Hong-Jin and “Best Supporting Actor” award for Jun Kunimura. Meanwhile, Park Chan-Wook‘s “The Handmaiden” picked up the “Best Actress” award for Kim Min-Hee & “Best New Actress” award for Kim Tae-Ri.

Nov 22 2016

Teaser poster and teaser trailer for movie “Misbehavior”

Teaser poster and teaser trailer added for movie “Misbehavior” starring Kim Ha-Neul, Yu In-Young & Lee Won-Geun. Movie is written and directed by Kim Tae-Young (“Set Me Free“). Story for “Misbehavior” revolves around untenured high school teacher Hyo-Joo played by Kim Ha-Neul. She’s passed over for a permanent teaching position by Hye-Young played by Yu In-Young. Hye-Young is the daughter of the school board chairman. Hyo-Joo then sees Hye-Young in a romantic embrace at school with a student played by Lee Won-Geun. Revenge soon comes into play.

“Misbehavior” sometime during January, 2017 in South Korea.

Nov 18 2016

First script reading for movie “Namhansanseong”

First script reading for movie “Namhansanseong,” starring Lee Byung-Hun, Kim Yun-Seok & Park Hae-Il, took place November 11, 2016 in South Korea. Filming for the period film will begin November 21, 2016.

Story for “Namhansanseong” takes place over 47 days in the mountain fortress city Namhansanseong during the year 1636. At that time, the country of Joseon is under attack by Qing and King Injo (Park Hae-Il), along with retainers  Choi Myung-Kil (Lee Byung-Hun) and Kim Sang-Hun (Kim Yun-Seok), retreat to Namhansanseong. Movie is directed by Hwang Dong-Hyuk (“Silenced“/”Miss Granny“).

“Namhansanseong” will be released sometime next year in South Korea.

Nov 16 2016

Main trailer and poster for disaster film “Pandora”

Main trailer and poster added for upcoming disaster film “Pandora” starring Kim Nam-Gil. Premise for the film revolves around a nuclear disaster which causes nuclear power plant employee Jae-Hyeok (Kim Nam-Gil) to try to save his family and nation.

“Pandora” will open sometime this December in South Korea.