Jan 19 2017

Main trailer for movie “Yes, Family”

Main trailer for movie “Yes, Family” (literal title) starring Lee Yo-Won, Jeong Man-Sik, Esom & Jung Joon-Won. The film is setup as a family-drama-comedy revolving around three adult siblings. Lee Yo-Won plays the middle sibling. She views her older brother (Jeong Man-Sik) and younger sister (Esom) as burdens. A young boy (Jung Joon-Won) then appears who turns out to be their youngest sibling.

“Yes, Family” is the first Korean film distributed by Walt Disney Company Korea and will be released February 15, 2017 in South Korea.

Jan 19 2017

Filming for movie “Daerib Forces” finishes

Filming for movie “Daerib Forces,” starring Lee Jung-Jae & Yeo Jin-Goo, finished January 10, 2017. Movie took about 5 months to complete. Filming locations took place all across South Korea. Story for the film takes place during the Joseon Dynasty era, with Japanese forces invading the country. King Seonjo flees the country, leaving behind Prince Gwanghae (Yeo Jin-Goo). Meanwhile, To-Woo (Lee Jung-Jae) leads the Daerib Forces to combat the invading forces.

Still images above are the first publicly released stills from “Daerib Forces.”

Jan 17 2017

Rain and Kim Tae-Hee announce their marriage

Singer/actor Rain and actress Kim Tae-Hee have announced that they will marry on January 19, 2017 at a Catholic Church in Seoul, South Korea. The couple first met while shooting a commercial in autumn, 2012 and began to date. They announced to the press they were officially a couple in January, 2013.

Jan 17 2017

Teaser poster and release date for movie “Bluebeard”

Teaser poster and release date added for upcoming movie “Bluebeard” starring Cho Jin-Woong. Movie “Bluebeard” is set in the thriller genre and involves around a doctor (Cho Jin-Woong) and a series of murder cases connected by a severed body found in the Han River. “Bluebeard” is now set for release sometime this March in South Korea.

Jan 6 2017

Park Bo-Gum offered lead role in movie “Seo Bok”

Park Bo-Gum has been offered the lead role in new movie “Seo Bok.” The film will be directed by Lee Yong-Joo (“Architecture 101“). Currently, Park Bo-Gum is considering the offer. If he does accept the role, he will play cloned human Seo Bok who possesses healing power. The story is based on the life Chinese historical figure Xu Fu (which is pronounced Seo Bok in Korea), but told from a modern viewpoint. Xu Fu was tasked twice by the First Emperor of Qin to find the elixir of life to gain immortality.